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Walk This Way: Trekking to Vietnam’s Hill Tribe Villages

December 14, 2017 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , ,

Enter the world of friendly hill tribe people, who will welcome your clients into their homes on this soft adventure trek through the mountains and villages of North Vietnam; an unforgettable journey that takes you to another place, lost in time.

Khiri Travel Vietnam recommends this 4D/3N soft adventure trek in the north of Vietnam, which will immerse your clients in the heart of rural mountain communities with stunning scenery and insight into the lives of local hill tribe people. Much of the trip takes place in the Pu Luong Nature Reserve on the way from Laos to Mai Chau and Hanoi, which can easily be reached from either starting point. It’s a great escape to experience life in the hills.

There is a range of activities available such as hiking, cycling, motorcycle tours and boat trips. The hiking and cycling activities can be done at different levels to meet your clients’ wishes. One of the experiences that we can organize is a 4D/3N trek through the villages during which clients overnight in local hill tribe homes.

The 4-day Pu Luong Nature Reserve trek takes your clients to Mai Chau and villages of the Thai and Muong ethnic hill tribe minorities. Your clients will spend nearly three days trekking from village to village among the local Thai community, sleep in their charmingly basic stilt houses, and eat their traditional food.

 

The hiking trail is relatively easy with the best time to do this trek is in the dry season, or while the farmers are harvesting their rice. The hike does not require much preparation and can be offered to all ages with a moderate level of fitness. The trip typically finishes with a vehicle transfer back to Hanoi.

This trekking tour is only a sample of what we can offer in the nature reserve, and all our trips are adaptable and subject to weather conditions and other circumstances.

For more information and bookings, please contact to [email protected]

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