North Vietnam

Overview

For those who are getting ready to plan a perfect journey of discovering the freshest cityscapes, value culture, the quietness of villages in mountainous areas or a quintessential islands getaway filled with interestingly numerous experiences.

For anyone who necessarily needs to be served up with the best itineraries, recommendations, trustworthy services, doubtless provided assistance with honesty, enthusiasm, and knowledge of the tourist industry by AzLocal team And lastly for you, who can’t wait any longer to immerse yourself in Vietnam from lowland to highland from modern city to the sea and remote areas, from ordinaries to peculiar tastes…

Then WE are here in the NORTHERN VIETNAM. You’ll totally get full of new inspiration and necessary travel information if you follow up with our this detailed guide to Northern Vietnam. And don’t miss the detailed itinerary at the bottom! If you have 4-5 days at least that is enough to make your dream holiday come true. Let’s streaming on each little thing infatuating you.

North Vietnam

Top Destination North Vietnam

Hanoi Vietnam
Ninh Binh Vietnam
Halong Bay Vietnam
Sapa Vietnam
Ha Giang Vietnam

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Hanoi Vietnam

Hello Hanoi! Landing at Noi Bai international airport now you need to find your way to Hanoi city, there are a lot of taxis and grab available as well you should pay 250.000 – 350.000 VND to get to the Old Quarter.

If you make a reservation with your hotel or travel agency it’s much better. Since it is very crowded at the Airport, be careful to keep away from many people trying to convince you to get in their car and charge you money. The real driver who will know exactly your flight number, landing time, and the hotel you stay in. Do not follow anyone who does not have this information.

Sapa Vietnam

Move on to Sapa on our guide to Northern Vietnam to watching the most magnificent terraced fields in the world

Located 1.500 meters above sea level, Sapa is a former French hill station nestled in the rugged Tonkinese Alps and surrounded by lush valleys and verdant rice paddy fields.

Here farmers in conical hats plow the fields with water buffalo and local ethnic minority groups (such as H’mong and Dzao) maintains their age-old traditions and way of life, including their own language and wearing intricately embroidered traditional clothing.

Halong Bay Vietnam

Halong Bay is no doubt one of the best place of your choice in northern Vietnam. Visiting Vietnam without Halong bay seems like going to Paris for the first time but not seeing the Eiffel tower.

Halong Bay is widely considered to be one of the natural wonders of the world, this UNESCO World Heritage-listed region is described just simply breathtaking. Thousands of karst limestones and isles rise dramatically out of the turquoise water of the bay.

Ninh Binh Vietnam

From Hanoi to Ninh Binh province it’s just 90 kilometers and 2 hours to get there. Ninh Binh was a place where the first capital existed instead of Hanoi nowadays.

Being an exceptional destination in the north Ninh Binh not only bring various cultural experiences in the temples but also there are actually spectacular landscapes found in Tam Coc and Trang An areas with beautiful karst limestones, the rivers, villages and rice fields.

Cycling around is a great way to explore Tam Coc, you can ride a bike to Bich Dong pagoda or Mua Cave for your visits. Within 1 day if you want to take a boat ride in Trang An you will then see the largest temple at Bai Dinh pagoda. In contrast, if you reach in Tam Coc and go for a boat ride then Hoa Lu ancient capital is mostly of your choice.

Ha Giang Vietnam

Ha Giang is located 300 kilometers from the capital of Hanoi, is a rocky highland area and famous for the most majestic and magnificent scenery in the North.

In Ha Giang, there is a road attracting every tourist passes by, the Happiness Road – opened along the route from Ha Giang, through Dong Van stone plateau, over the legendary Ma Pi Leng peak and then over Meo Vac is where the wind is blowing through and also blowing up the youthful dreams of discovering and conquering the first highland of the country.

Ban Gioc Waterfall – One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Vietnam

Cao Bang is close to Vietnam’s northern border with China. You will be introduced to the Nung people in the village of Phuoc Sen, a small village famous for the production of farming tools.

Like the Tays, the Nungs largely live by farming the terraced rice paddies that you will see all around as you transfer to Ban Gioc Waterfall, the majestic falls that demarcate the border between Vietnam and China.

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