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    Those seeking a little extra thrill in Vietnam can readily satiate the need.


  • Walks among

    Walks among

    Cuc Phuong National Park boasts a number of conservation activities and treks through lush jungle.


  • Joy through adversity

    Joy through adversity

    The hardship of a trip to Tu Lan cave more than equals that of its more storied nearby counterparts.


  • Struggle & strain

    Struggle & strain

    It’s up hill and down dale on the trek to conquer Pu Si Lung, the highest peak near Vietnam’s northern border.


  • Cao Bang in Top 10 Southeast Asian treks

    With stunning landscapes of mountains, caves, lakes, and the impressive Ban Gioc Waterfall, Cao Bang province in Vietnam’s north has been ranked fifth in the Top 10 ideal destinations for trekking tourists, by SkyScanner. Cao Bang was one of the first places to be inhabited by Vietnamese people, possibly for its abundant farming land. Nowadays, people visit the watery wonderland to hike through mountains and paddle through springs, rivers, and the famous Ban Gioc Waterfall. Trekkers can reach Cao Bang by taking a five-hour bus trip from Hanoi.

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