New Adventure Tours 2016

New Adventure Tours 2016

Selection of newest adventure tours from our own inspection and experiences. New places, new routs, new activities are combined in best programs. We expect to give more adventurous experiences in this new year of 2016.
New Adventure Tours 2016
17 Days | From US$ 1,090
Route: Hanoi - Bac Quang - Sapa - Than Uyen - Mai Chau - Pu Luong – Tan Ky – Phong Nha – Hue – Hoi an – Phuoc Son - Kon Tum - Buon Ma Thuot - Dalat - Mui Ne - Ho Chi Minh city
  •  Motorcycling on various terrains
  • Awesome views of North West Vietnam
  • Beautiful terraces at Sapa, Mai chau
  • Tackling the complete Ho Chi Minh trail
  • Days off at fantastic beaches Hoi an, Mui Ne
  • Perfect combination of nature, history and culture heritages.
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Activities: Motorcycling
Country: Vietnam
3 Days | From US$ 505
Hoi An Explorer & Beyond
Route: Hoi an - walking tour ancient town - Kayaking Thu Bon river - Trek & Homestay Co Tu Village - Hoi an
  • New and different way to discover famous Hoi an while still getting its most charming aspects
  • Active tours with most of days having physical activities but at introductory grade to suit everyone
  • Awesome kayaking on Thu Bon River to wait for the sunset 
  • Trek and homestay at Co Tu village - the truly untouched area with their unique tradition
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Activities: Multi Activities
Country: Vietnam
8 Days | From US$ 530
Route: Hanoi - Ha Giang - Tha Village - Meo Vac - Dong Van - Lung Cu - Yen Minh - Hoang Su Phi - Pan Hou Ecologde - Hanoi
  • The best alternative for Sapa trekking: now trek Ha Giang
  • Driving path Hanoi - Ha Giang is uncomparably stunning
  • Superb scenery of mountain, terrace fields
  • Foot on the furthest point of the North Vietnam - Lung Cu 
  • Meeting ethnic minorities such as: Hmong, Tay, Nung, Red Dzao etc
  • Immerse in beautiful Pan Hou ecolodge and surroundings
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Activities: Trek-Walk
Country: Vietnam
5 Days | From US$ 320
Route: Hue – Phuoc Tich – Thanh Toan - Aluoi – Prao - Hoi an – My Son - Hoi an
  • Featuring Heritage Lines: Hue & surroundings, Hoi an and My son
  • Hue ancient houses - Phuoc Tich and Thanh Toan for typical 
  • Motorcycling to A Luoi and Prao - to meet unique ethnic people.
  • Drive to My Son - a sacred land hidden deeply inside jungle.
  • Lovely relaxing at forever charming Hoi an town.
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Activities: Motorcycling
Country: Vietnam
4 Days | From US$ 485
Route: Saigon - Cat Tien National Park - biking up to Dalat - Biking to Nha Trang
  • Easy hiking and fantastic jeep ride at Nam Cat Tien National Park
  • Awesome biking on various terrains 
  • Biking in the most beautiful city in Highland Central, Dalat
  • Best trails from Dalat down to Nha trang
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Activities: Biking
Country: Vietnam
5 Days | From US$ 395
Route: Luang Prabang - Cycling – Homestay - Trekking to Hmong & Khamu Village - kayaking Nam Khan River - Luang Prabang – Pak Ou Cave
  • Awesome scenery while trekking through remote and beautiful bamboo forest
  • Enjoy a relaxing lunch under a natural waterfall after hiking via dense forest
  • Fantastic kayaking on the Nam Khan River at introductory, leisure grading
  • Stop for visiting to stunning Pak Ou Cave whilst enjoying the ancient capital of Laos, Luang Prabang
  • Authentic homestay at local villager's house
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Activities: Multi Activities
Country: Laos
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3. What activities do you like? eg: Trek, Bike Kayak etc
4. Physical grade: Introductory / Moderate / Challenging
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