Tap into the untouched northwest region of Vietnam and discover a world of green valleys and humble hilltribe folk. This is Mai Chau. Also included on a visit here is a homestay in a Tai hilltribe’s traditional stilt housing. So, head out from the bustling capital and into a world untouched by many during their Vietnamese trips.
Mai Chau is about a three and a half hour drive from Hanoi. The drive itself is scenic, with great views of the northern fields, trees and hills. If you think what you have seen in the car is eye-popping, wait till you reach Mai Chau. Yep, some of the prettiest greenery you’ve ever seen seems to stretch out endlessly across in all directions. Plus, you’ll be staying with a pretty cool and welcoming Tai hilltribe family who’ll be more than happy to enlighten you about their family and culture. You’ll also have time to see some of their culture live with a colorful and lively dance and musical performance. And why not absorb more of their culture at the dinner table? Head back to the host family’s home and enjoy a scrumptious meal.
Ok, so you’ve been thinking about the beautiful Mai Chau valley all night during your sleep. When will I be able to experience this beautiful natural masterpiece? Your wish shall be granted. Wake up to a relaxing Mai Chau morning and bid farewell to your host family and their neighbors. Begin the day with a light trek around the valley. Now this is what we’re talking about! You are actually experiencing the great Northwest Vietnamese outdoors! After lunch, begin the journey back to Hanoi climbing over Mai Chau Valley itself for superb views- have your cameras ready and snap away!
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