The journey shall take you through the prominent destinations in North of Vietnam.
Hanoi, the capital of Viet Nam, is a pleasant and charming city, pervaded by picturesque lakes, tree-shaded boulevards and verdant public parks. The city center is an architectural museum piece-of-art, blocks of ancient buildings reminding the century-long history of the town, contrary to the dynamic and bustling air of Saigon.
Halong Bay is one of the most magnificent scenic spots in Vietnam and was honored by UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage in 1994. It is a picturesque bay with some 1969 islets rising from the clear emerald waters within the Gulf of Tonkin. Washed by water and lapped by waves for hundreds of thousands of years, the limestone basin has been carved into stalactite caves, crescent beaches and odd-shaped formations.
At height over 1,500-meters, Sapa is Vietnam’s most picturesque mountainous area and is well off the beaten tourist track. The French founded the village on the slope of the Hoang Lien Son Mountain in 1922 and used it as a wonderful getaway. Visitors can see cloud-covered peaks, crystal clear streams and steep terraced vegetable gardens. On certain market days, people from colorful ethnic tribes (Black H’mong, Red Zao, Flower H’mong, etc.) gather in the market to sell their produce, find love partners and share local news.