In recent years, homestay services have flourished in many localities, offering tourists new experiences and also bringing more income to locals. Yet the rapid development of the service has also challenged authorities, especially since many buildings have been built in protected forest zones.
The three tourism hubs in central Việt Nam will be expanding the cross exchanges and introduction of ‘green’ tourism services among travel agencies as well as launch promotions on environmental protection and conservation.
Just a short drive away from Hà Nội you’ll a beautiful grape farm that has become a popular destination for tourists. The enthusiastic owner is delighted to serve visitors, allowing them to experience picking grapes and enjoy the fresh air. This is totally a perfect place to unwind and get away from the hustle and bustle of the capital city.
The national park is located right next to the Hin Namno nature reserve in Khammouan province, Laos. Besides camping and exploring the primaeval ecosystem, many tourists also choose Phong Nha – Kẻ Bàng as a trekking route.
Chu Bluk cave complex located in Krông Nô District, Đăk Nông Province, about 40km south of Buôn Ma Thuột City, is the longest volcanic cave in Southeast Asia. It is known as an iconic destination of the Central Highlands.