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La Ferme Du Colvert Resort : Franco-Vietnamese Hybrid

June 28, 2012 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under:

Hiding away from the frenetic urban pace of Hanoi you’ll find La Ferme du Colvert Resort & Spa, a tasteful blend of Vietnamese natural beauty with a touch of French culture.

This sustainable resort is surrounded by a vast natural park and authentic ethnic villages, allowing for both local and outdoor experiences. The resort features 3 types of huts, which range from luxurious to simple, and are themed in ‘comfort, friendliness or nature’. There are huts to accommodate an intimate two-some, a group of ten, and everything in between – all surrounded by lush gardens, lakes and waterfalls.

Spend your days cycling along the Muong hamlet and Nang Hang, hiking through the local villages, sampling sticky rice and fresh French-style sausages at the market, and fishing on Dap Dom lake.

When the sun goes down, savor a Franco-Vietnamese dinner and enjoy the Muong-Thai Ruou Can Night — performed by La Ferme du Colvert’s dancers & singers — who will invite you on stage to join in!

This jungle resort is the perfect getaway for nature lovers, sustainable travel seekers, and authentic experience enthusiasts alike.

For more information and bookings please contact [email protected].

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