WELCOME TO VIETNAM
Join me on my exploration of Vietnam. My articles, travel guides and photography will take you on a journey starting in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon).
Travel north with me through Hoi An, Hanoi, Halong Bay and vist the Black H'mong Tribe in Sapa.
Vietnam is an amazing experience in variety, culture and beauty. If you are planning a trip to Vietnam, my blog will help to provide some ideas of what you cannot miss.
If you are just curious, take a look and then start packing your bags. You will not want to miss this beautiful country!
In this section you can find everything you need for you adventure in Vietnam.
Enjoy the journey and Safe Travels!
HOW TO EXPERIENCE VIETNAM
Thinking about a dream trip to Vietnam? My Vietnam 2 week itinerary covers it all - it is a very detailed day by day breakdown including top places to visit, how to visit it, best option for transportation, costs to travel on a budget and more.
WHY GO TO VIETNAM
Vietnam offers very diverse landscape and a great option of things to do all over the country. The food is just phenomenal, people are super friendly and it all makes Vietnam a great destination. Get inspired with these 25 photos!
VIETNAM TRAVEL TIPS
VIETNAM ATTRACTIONS & EXPERIENCES
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VIETNAM ETHICAL TRAVEL
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Sapa is located in the mountains in the North of Vietnam, and tourism in this part of the country has increased in the past few years due to the beautiful trek and also the opportunities to live like a local at a homestay with one of the hill tribes.
The itineraries will vary, depending on the length of time you choose, the guide and the weather conditions, but each experience is remarkable and unique.
Find out if homestay in Sapa experience is for you While trek and homestay with the Black H’mong in Sapa …
Sapa is located beyond the clouds in a mountain town in Lao Cai Province which also includes Vietnam’s highest peak, Fan Si Pan.
It is in a remote place in Vietnam located about 350 km northwest of Hanoi, close to the Chinese border. We were so close to China that while my phone didn’t have service in much of Vietnam, in Sapa I could get on service from China.
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