The top outdoor adventure activities in Vietnam are voted for you | Cruise Mekong River

The top outdoor adventure activities in Vietnam are voted for you

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Vietnam has a lot of potential when it is a perfect place for adventure travelers to get involved in. Beyond the ability to go mountain trekking in the northern region of the country, travellers can also experience kite surfing, sea kayaking, rock climbing, outstanding trekking and other fun activities. Taking part in an adventure tour will give you an opportunity to visit and stay at hill tribe villages whilst also including some of the must-see attractions throughout the country. So be excited, I gonna give you a tour into our life. Let’s go with: mekong river cruise Vietnam

Kayaking around the islands of Halong Bay

Ha Long Bay is so impressive that it was recognized as a vestige and beauty spot of national significances by Ministry of Culture and Information of Viet Nam and was also listed as a world natural heritage site twice by UNESCO

Often included in a cruise tour in Halong Bay, kayking means paddling between the islands taking in the views and exploring the hidden caves as you go. The Kayak Tour is extremely popular for being the perfect balance of time on the water and is definitely one of the top activities that everyone should do when visiting. If you have more than 1 day in Halong, you should take the Sunset Kayak Tour. The Sunset Kayak Tour is extremely well-liked for being the perfect balance of time on the water and is definitely one of the most attractive activities that everyone should try when visiting here. This is truly as special time of a day to be on the water and there is no better way to experience it that from the water. Although Kayaking is definitely not hard and is ensured to be very safe in these calm waters of Halong Bay, to enjoy it completely and have an integral vacation, you need follow some travel guides.

Greet time with Kayaking in Halong Bay

Greet time with Kayaking in Halong Bay- source: internet

Most tour and boat companies operating in Halong Bay have available kayaking equipment for everybody who wants to experience the World Wonder. For more information, just only need leaving us a message  via indochinavoyage.com. Seeing the formations, going through the caves, paddling through the calm waters, and embracing the landscape itself are just some of the amazing things you could do in the area.

Trek to the top of Mount Fansipan 

Trekking up to the top of the highest mount to hug that triangle metal piece saying “Fansipan 3,143m” has become a long time tradition among young Vietnamese people. And obviously, Fansipan is known as “the roof of Indochina”, also a kind of tourist attraction, a famous destination for tourists in the North of Vietnam.

Moreover, another popular destination for the trekking adventure to discover is Sapa and mountainous region in the North of the country. The travelers love to combine their Sapa trip with this Fansipan Mount trekking. It gives a perfect base for the experienced hikers wishing to climb Fan Si Pan which is the country’s highest peak and quite challenging. Other destinations for a hike include the national parks like Yok Don, Cat Tien, Bach Ma, Cuc Phuong and Cat Ba, as well as regions of the central highlands like Da Lat and Kon Tum.

For the longer or more adventurous treks and especially those that include staying overnight in the villages, it helps to plan ahead and make arrangements before setting off. This is easily organized if you contact a local tour agent in Vietnam, which can provide a completely bespoke package. In addition, there is the option to organize a trek even with a guide on arrival at your destination. For some of the treks into remote regions, it may be a requirement to travel with a guide because they know thoroughly  about the terrace in order to ensure safety for you and sometimes the locals can still be quite sensitive to foreigners.

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Conquer the roof of Indochina

Conquer the roof of Indochina- source: internet

Conquer the roof of Indochina- source: internet

Mountain biking


Mountain biking is an activity that continues to increase in popularity in Vietnam. People are drawn to this for many different reasons but everyone will experience the sense of freedom, discovering and exploring new places, keeping fit and meeting great new people whilst cycling.In Vietnam, The North is a great area to visit with a lot of tour operators organizing the excursion to match the particular level of fitness and experience. The biking tour can range from a simple half-day excursion to an outing that lasts multiple days, and includes staying in a homestay for the night. Other great areas for a bike trip include the Mekong Delta, Da Lat, Ninh Binh, Bac Ha and Mai Chau. Originally, the cross country biking tour travelled along Highway 1, but with the heavy traffic of buses and trucks, this has been switched to the Ho Chi Minh Highway for the most comfortable travel experience. Plus, this route passes the western Truong Son mountain chain for a very scenic journey.

Mountain biking can be enjoyed anywhere from forest tracks, coastal paths, open moorlands to hills and mountainous terrain. How hard, long or severe your ride is up to you!

Mountain biking in Mai Chau

Mountain biking in Mai Chau- source: internet

Watersport – New experience in Vietnam

Though Vietnam was quite slow to develop its huge potential as an outdoor adventure destination, things have really changed in the last few years.Take adventage of having a coastline that stretches over 2,000 miles, Vietnam offer a great destination for the water sports enthusiast.

While Nha Trang and Con Dao  are well-known as popular destination for a diving trip and best explored with a properly registered and qualified operator. Besides, a visit to Mũi Né on the Vietnam tour packages is perfect for the traveller interested in the hugely popular kitesurfing and windsurfing. A paradise island in the Gulf of Thailand is Phu Quoc Island, which is just off Vietnam’s southern coast, and a top destination for scuba diving and snorkelling. Other adrenaline-fuelled activities like rock climbing and canyoning are best experienced inland around the rivers and waterfalls in Da Lat.

The challenge with the waves

The challenge with the waves -source: internet

If you are having a plane to visit Vietnam and thinking of looking for an outdoor adventure destination, look no further. Vietnam is really a heaven for you to explore new lands and challenges.

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