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Conquering Fansipan Vietnam to be the champion

Fansipan is the highest peak of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, so it is called the “Roof of Indochina” while the local people call it Huasipan, which means large tottering rock.

Motorbiking Ho Chi Minh Trail, Vietnam - an unforgettable travel adventure

Riding a motorbike from the North to the South of Vietnam was an amazing experience. Now, while I didn’t ride the motorcycle on myself (Anthony did an amazing job!) it is still something that will remain with me for the rest of my life.

Discover Vietnam by cycling

People who had traveled to Vietnam agreed that it was an interesting experience in general, but the bicycle tours definitely brought more adventurous excitements.

A Look into Beautiful Halong Bay, Vietnam

Halong Bay has been declared a UNESCO World heritage site and it really deserves the designation. It is one of the most exciting unusual places I have been to in my life.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Vietnam is a land full of adventurous riches

Vietnam is a place full of adventure - from cultural experiences or mountain treks, there's always some destination waiting to be explored.

According to Lonely Planet, the Southeast Asian nation is a prime location for some adrenaline-inducing thrills.


"Whether you prefer to scale the heights of jagged peaks or plumb the depths of coral reefs, Vietnam will deliver something special... just being here is one long adventure, but these experiences will take it to a whole new level," states the travel experts.

In Halong Bay, travelers can go kayaking into hidden lagoons and caves inaccessible by regular boats. If paddling sounds like too much work, they can float along the water's surface while kite surfing. In addition, the reefs off Nha Trang and Con Dao are perfect for scuba diving.

The famous Mekong Delta is one of the best places to ride a bicycle, as the area is fairly remote, but still has established paths. The views are spectacular and there's always the option of taking a boat trip down the river as a break from all that peddling. In north side of the country, motorbikingis a great way to trek through the mountains.

Vietnam is best explored with a small group of adventure travelers.  

Source: gadventures
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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Mekong Delta region rated among top ten destinations in 2012

The Mekong Delta region, famous fruits gardens and romantic waterways, may be host to more visitors this year.

Lonely Planet , the largest travel guide book, has rated the Mekong Delta region among the “Best-Value Destinations for 2012 (destinations where your dollar gets you even further!)”.

The rating is expected to help promote the region's image to international visitors around the world.  

Here is what Lonely Planet got to write about the destination: "Vietnam is always good value, but you can now skip the package trips arranged in Ho Chi Minh City that tread the same worn-out routes. It’s become easier, more rewarding and just as cheap to go on DIY multiday adventures to destinations like Ben Tre, Chau Doc and the floating markets of Vinh Long, and some less-seen ones like Ha Tien or Tra Vinh. Go by air-conditioned bus or hire moto-taxis as you go; the latter know ferry crossings on roads not on any map. Boat trips go for US$5 to US$10, while most guesthouses run US$10 to US$25."
 

 
Waterway

 
Wooden bridges

 
Urban get a taste of a different life



Beauty in the simple and natural


Interested in coconut candy called Dong Thap

 
Folk songs

 
A good time


 
Women in traditional pajamas
 
 
Satisfied smiles



  New hope for Vietnam's tourism in 2012

Source: dtinews 
Recommended tour by Activetravel Asia
Mekong Explorer 
The Mighty Mekong

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