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    15 Days Best far North Cycle tours

    Best Bicycle route of Vietnam North West and North East Bicycle trip: Hanoi – Yen Bai – Nghia Lo – Tu Le – Mu Cang Chai – Than Uyen – Sapa – Bac Ha – Hoang Su phi – Thong Nguyen – Ha Giang – QuanBa – Yen Minh – Dong Van – Meo Vac -  Bao Lac – Ba Be – Thai Nguyen – Hanoi.
     
    The 15 day  bike tours in the far North West of the country offer some of the best cycling activities in the North vietnam.  Our cycle route sees virtually no tourists and avoids Vietnam's notorious highways. The Vietnamese landscape is stunning, featuring amazing karstic rock formations, stilted houses with thatched roofs, and mountains nestled between limestone outcrops. This region is home to the highest concentration of hill-tribe people in Vietnam.
     We cycle through villages of H'mong, Tay, Dao and Xa Pho. Vietnam has the richest and most complex ethnic make-up in the whole of South-East Asia; their markets and festivals add colour and character to the areas we bicycle through. The French colonial rulers dubbed these minorities the "montagnards" meaning high-landers or mountain people. Despite decades of isolation from "outsiders" these traditional hill tribes show a warm, respectful curiosity to strangers.
     Now is the perfect time to visit Vietnam; some areas opened to tourism in the late 1980's but it was only in the late 1990's that a lot of the red tape and travel restrictions were removed from Vietnam. The 17 Day Best mountain cycling Tous offers some challenging mountain biking and a wonderful opportunity to experience the traditional and varied lifestyles of the people of Vietnam.

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    Best Bicycle route of Vietnam North West and North East Bicycle trip: Hanoi – Yen Bai – Nghia Lo – Tu Le – Mu Cang Chai – Than Uyen – Sapa – Bac Ha – Hoang Su phi – Thong Nguyen – Ha Giang – QuanBa – Yen Minh – Dong Van – Meo Vac -  Bao Lac – Ba Be – Thai Nguyen – Hanoi.
     
    The 15 day  bike tours in the far North West of the country offer some of the best cycling activities in the North vietnam.  Our cycle route sees virtually no tourists and avoids Vietnam's notorious highways. The Vietnamese landscape is stunning, featuring amazing karstic rock formations, stilted houses with thatched roofs, and mountains nestled between limestone outcrops. This region is home to the highest concentration of hill-tribe people in Vietnam.
     We cycle through villages of H'mong, Tay, Dao and Xa Pho. Vietnam has the richest and most complex ethnic make-up in the whole of South-East Asia; their markets and festivals add colour and character to the areas we bicycle through. The French colonial rulers dubbed these minorities the "montagnards" meaning high-landers or mountain people. Despite decades of isolation from "outsiders" these traditional hill tribes show a warm, respectful curiosity to strangers.
     Now is the perfect time to visit Vietnam; some areas opened to tourism in the late 1980's but it was only in the late 1990's that a lot of the red tape and travel restrictions were removed from Vietnam. The 17 Day Best mountain cycling Tous offers some challenging mountain biking and a wonderful opportunity to experience the traditional and varied lifestyles of the people of Vietnam.

     

    Day 1: Hanoi Arrival

    Welcome to Vietnam. Arriving at Noi Bai International Airport,Snail adventure tour guide and driver will greet and pick you up to the hotel at the heart of Hanoi capital. Hanoi, the antique and dynamic city of Vietnam, reserves a unique old world charm and several of the most striking colonial architecture of Asia. After the checking-in,Take relax by your own and do briefing itinerary with our guide for coming days. enjoy a cyclo ride through the bustling streets in the Old Quarter to discover the ancient and modern beauty of Hanoi. After the tour, you will be warmly welcome with a special welcoming dinner in a typical Vietnamese food restaurant. Stay overnight in Hanoi :
    Summary:
    Activities:Picking up and Tramsferring to Hotel
    Accommodation: The Light Hotel****
    Meals:l/D
    Transferring distance: 45 km
     

    Day 2: Hanoi  -Yen Bai

    Having hearty breakfast in hotel, the shuttle bus take us  out of busttling city along Red river  to Song Thao.  on the way , you are rewarded by breathking scenery, delightful sightseeing. Upon arriving cycling point, we have lunch in local restaurant. Following lunch, we commence to ride along Red river bank to Yen Bai. We also enjoy leisurely space on gradual tarmac road, passing dozens of coin and rice paddy fields. Admire peaceful villages as we cycle through villages and villages. Arriving in Yen Bai city late afternoon. Do check in and have dinner in hotel.
    Summary:
    Activities:Transferring and Warming up  cycling
    Accommodation: Hong Nhung Hotel***
    Meals:B/L/D
    Cycling distance: 65 Km
     

    Day 3: Yen Bai – Nghia Lo

    Start early from hotel, we ride on back road and cross the bridge again and turn off  to route 37 in Nghia lo. gum tree, cinamon tree, green tea farm and rice terrace paddy are highlight in our cycling trip today. We cycle along the River bank gradually ascending in midway and  down hill to Tran Phu for lunch. After lunch we continue to ride descending to Muong Lo rice terrace paddy. You will admire  vast verdant rice and stunning sightseeing on the way. Arriving in Nghia Lo late afternoon. Do check in and enjoy cold beer for refreshment. Hanve dinner and stay overnight in Nghia lo Hotel.
    Summary:
    Activities: Cycling from hotel - Hotel
    Accommodation: Muong Lo Hotel***
    Meals:B/L/D
    Cycling distance: 85 Km
     

    Day 4: Nghia Lo – Tu Le – Mu Cang Chai

    We spend morning to participate and explore colourful hilltribal market nearby your hotel.You have good a chance to explore and shop for local handicrafts.market is meeting point of ethnic minorities in the North Vietnam, visiting and taking pictures is great impressive experiences, then we start riding from hotel to Tu Le, today is leisure day with 45 km cycling  on undulating road, through picturesque valley, fascinating rice paddies, stop for lunch en route before riding ascending 8 km to slope to take view magnificient Tu Le town and breathtaking scenery,Rolling down to Town,. Having lunch in Tu Le town, following to lunch meals, we kick off our pedal to conquer incredible pass.
    (Khau Pa pass 25 km long), then  through three villages with extraordinary stunning rice terraces which are listed as National Rice Terraces Heritages of Vietnam, and undulating road along river lead to Mu Cang Chai.
    One of fifth longest and challenging pass in the North Vietnam, along the pass , we are rewarded by the outstanding features of the landscape, fresh air in the morning, we reach on summit, coffee,tea, snack are available for you before descending to Mu Cang Chai, Mu Cang Chai is a poor district of Yen Bai Province  with 85% population, is H’Mong people who are the  Host of National Rice Terrace Beauty.
    Summary:
    Activities: Cycling from Hotel - Hotel
    Accommodation: Mu Cang Chai Ecolodge***
    Meals:B/L/D
    Cycling distance:78 km

     

    Day 5: Mu Cang Chai – Than Uyen

    Today is fantastic day with all highlights in our trip,  we commence cycling  from Ecolodge through three villages with extraordinary stunning rice terraces which are listed as National Rice Terraces Heritages of Vietnam, and undulating road along river lead to Thanh Uyen.
    The outstanding features of the landscape,pristine scenenic beauty of  rice terrace paddy and quaint hill tribe village are highlight in our trip
    Start from Ecolodge, we are setting off our way through stunning rice terrace scenery to Mu Cang Chai Town. Cycling on undulating route, alongthe river from the town, passing amazing picturesque scenery and hillside to Kim Section. Having enroute. Following to lunch times, we kick off our pedal again to ride ascendingly Than Uyen.
    Summary:
    Activities:Cycling from Hotel - hotel
    Accommodation:Hoang Quan Hotel
    Meals:B/l/D
    Cycling distance:75 Km

     

     Day 6: Than Uyen - Sapa

    The most challenging today is the longest pass with 46 km , separated between Lai Chau and Lao Cai province,on the Tram Ton Summit 2200 m compare sea level, we will be captivated by picturesque limestone Mountain  and Indochina Roof Fansipang( 3143m).before descending to Sapa town for staying.We start riding from Hotel  through stunning scenic beauty, picturesque limestone mountain of Fansipang,Is home of H’mong, Dao, Day,Tay,Nung.. Dao Pho ethnic tribe living together for hundred years.we aslo admire the verdant rice terraces in bothsite.We reach to Binh Lu T junction stop for lunch. After lunch, we start conquering the Pass, arriving Tram Ton Summit, regoup for photo moment, before riding down to Sapa town.Upon arriving in Sapa, we take relax by doing herbal medicinal massage. Having dinner at Grill Nature Bar restaurant, stay over night in Sapa.
    Summary:
    Activities: Cycling from hotel - Hotel
    Accommodation: Bamboo Hotel****
    Meals:B/L/D
    Cycling distance: 99 Km

     

    Day 7: Sapa – Coc ly – Bac Ha

    Depart from hotel , we ride 48 km down hill to  Lao Cai Town  then turn off the way to Phong Hai and Coc Ly Market ( Coc Ly Market open every Tuesday) . this market is very colourful ethnic minorities. Upon arrival in Coc Ly. we spend the time for exploring the way local tribes exchange their productions with each others as well as tasting their unique culinary. Our trip continue to Bac Ha on the single track paths, along Chay river. crossing bridge to climb  the hill before descenting to Bac Ha Town. Bac Ha is one of the remote area town of Lao Cai province, is popular destinations for most travellers who want to explore the Northwest Vietnam, Bac Ha market, open every Sunday, is highlight in our trip. Upon arrival in Bac Ha, we check in and  explore the town by our own.Stay overnight in Ngan Nga Hotel.
    Summary:
    Activities: Cycling and Transferring to hotel
    Accommodation:Ngan Nga Hotel***
    Meals:B./L/D
    Cycling distance:85 km
     

    Day 8:  Bac Ha – Coc Pai – Hoang Su Phi

    Start early in the morning from hotel, we ride to  Lung Phing then turn off the beaten path and single   track  to Sin Man, stop for picnic lunch en route, after lunch, we ride down hill to Coc Phai Town, then conquer the “Heaven Gate Pass2” prior to ride down hill in Hoang Su Phi Town.today is really awsome and spectacular scenery dotted with  Flowers H’Mong, Tay,Nung, Dao Phu La..villages.Have dinner and  stay in Thong Nguyen Village.
    Summary:
    Activities: Cycling from Hotel - Hotel
    Accommodation: Pan Hou Village***
    Meals: B/L/D
    Cycling distance: 87 km

     

    Day 9: Hoang Su Phi – Ha Giang

    Located in Vietnam’s farnorth, Ha Giang is the northernmost province which shares 270km long border to Yunnan province of China and bounded by Lao Cai, Yen Bai, Tuyen Quang and Cao Bang provinces. Covering an area of 7945.8 square kilometres, mainly comprising of limestone peaks and outcrops which help to create amazingly beautiful landscapes, while its population of 705,100 people belongs to 23 ethnic groups has formed a colourful culture and tradition. Cycling on the road between Hoang Su Phi and Hagiang offer for travellers one of the most prestine  beautiful limestone mountains and marvelous rice terrace scenery, along with National Rice Terrace  Heritage in Mu Cang Chai, Rice Terrace beauty in Hoang Su Phi is listed as National Heritage of Northeast Vietnam, and take short visit tribal villages  in side road,we also conquer some big hills before going down to Viet Quang then transfer to Hotel in Ha Giang.
    Summary:
    Activities: Cycling from Hotel - Hotel
    Accommodation: Phoenix Hotel****
    Meals: B/l/D
    Cycling distance: 88 km

     

    Day 10: Ha Giang – Quang Ba

    Kick off our pedal this morning we head out of town cycling for the first 25km on relatively flat road through the landscape of terraced rice paddy fields. Passing through minority villages we cycle the next 25km up winding roads into the vast limestone mountain range with its perpendicular walls of rock, climbing 800m towards the mountain road pass “Heaven gate 1”. As we pass through mountain villages sometimes covered by cloud, we will receive a friendly greeting from the local communities. From the pass we can look down at amazing views, including the famous vista of the Tam Son valley with the ‘Twin Hills and can spy Quan Ba town, our destination, in its beautiful location. It’s mainly downhill for the last 15km into Quan Ba.Upon arriving in  Quan Ba, take the room and relax by your own. Have dinner and stay overnight in Quan Ba.
    Summary:
    Activities: Cycling from Hotel - Hotel
    Accommodation: Tam Son Hotel***
    Meals:B/l/D
    Cycling distance: 47 Km

     

    Day 11: Quan Ba – Yen Minh

    We will want to take our time today as our beautiful surroundings offer numerous photo opportunities and the rocky limestone and karst terrain is as diverse as it is beautiful. We cycle uphill for the first few km before a descent of around 10km and then relatively flat terrain for the next 10km. It’s a challenging up and down terrain to an altitude of 1.025m before we make a final descent for the last 15km into Yenh Minh. We will have the chance to see the traditional homes of the local hill tribes. The communities in this area are Chinese.
    Summary:
    Activities: Cycling from Hotel - Hotel
    Accommodation: Hoa Cuong Dong Van Hotel***
    Meals:B/l/D
    Cycling distance: 53 Km

     

    Day 12: Yen Minh – Dong Van – Meo Vac

    Today we cycle on semi-surfaced quiet roads as we undertake a challenging uphill ride out of dense cedar forest onto the rocky Dong Van plateau. A registered UNESCO Global Geopark, 80% of the terrain is covered by rock and it is said to contain fossils from 400-600million years ago. Nestled in a valley in the heart of the Rock Plateau, is the isolated town of Dong Van, very close to the Chinese border and surrounded by mountain forest and multi-coloured orchids. Meaning ‘sharing culture’ Dong Van is occupied by Chinese Hoa, and H'mong, Tay and Kinh People. The houses are built in Chinese style.
     As we cycle on the modest road from Dong Van to Meo Vac alongside a vast gorge, the views are spectacular. This is a winding and undulating road with the sight of the Nho Que River below. From the Ma Phi Leng Pass we look down from an altitude of around 1500m into the valley. We stay tonight in the small town of Meo Vac. Most of the tribes living here have preserved their way of life from outside influence as travelling to Meo Vac was almost impossible until the recent construction of new roads.  
    Summary:
    Activities: Cycling from hotel - Hotel
    Accommodation: Hoa Cuong Meo Vac Hotel***
    Meals:B/L/D
    Cycling distance:65 Km

     

     Day 13: Meo Vac – Bao Lac

    There is a market daily in the town centre of Meo Vac used mainly by the White Hmong, Tay and Lo Lo hill tribes. Women dressed in their brightly coloured traditional clothing walk into the town carrying their bamboo woven baskets laden with corn and vegetables. Today we follow a remote mountain road to Bac Me on desceding road, along the Gam river. After a 5km uphill cycle we make a 30km descent the follow a fairly flat road for the next 10km. The surrounding landscape with predominantly limestone formations is a surreal vista of peaks, troughs, towers and caves. The crops and dwellings seem to perch precariously on the hillsides. There’s a relatively gentle uphill climb of  before we descend for the final 30km along flat terrain. We will pass people from the local minority communities along the way dressed in their vibrant tribal costumes. Stop on sideroad to visit local market or exploring daily life of hill tribal people. Have lunch enroute. Following lunchwe continue to ride along the bank of Gam river, conquere on relatively tough pass before descending to Bao Lac Town.
    Summary:
    Activities: Cycling from Hotel - Hotel
    Accommodation: Duc Tai Hotel***
    Meals: B/L/D
    Cycling distance: 87 Km

     

    Day 14: Bao Lac – Ba Be

    Even in this isolated mountain town there is a busy morning market. We set off for a full day of cycling along challenging terrain but the road is quiet and well surfaced. We cycle through a pretty valley to the tin-mining town Tinh Tuc, heading on to Nguyen Binh. We continue along challenging terrain, but the unparalleled beauty of our surroundings more than compensates for the challenges of the cycling.we have lunch on summit. After lunch time . we  ride descendingly to Ba Be National Park.
    Summary:
    Activities:Cycling and Transferring to Hotel
    Accommodation: Ecohomestay or Sai Gon Ba Be Hotel***
    Meals:B/L/D
    Cycling distance: 90 Km

     

    Day 15: Ba Be – Thai Nguyen - Hanoi

    scenery in the way between Ba Be and Thai Nguyen, we have opportunity in exploring the verdant tea farm, palm Leaves, gum trees and some ethnic  minorities in villages, our cycling trip will finish after lunch, take the van to Hanoi. Arrive in Hanoi, check in room, and have fare well dinner in Local restaurant, Stay in Tirant Hotel
    Summary:
    Activities: Cycling and Transferring
    Accommodation: The Light Hotel****
    Meals:B/L/D
    Cycling distance: 85 Km
     
    Note: Hotels  are subject to change due to availability. In that case we will choose equivalent  accommodation
    Meals: if you have any specific food requirements ( vegetarian, vegan, food allergies) please inform us in advance so that we can provide notice to our restaurant, tour guide, our partners so that they can server you better. If you are a food lover, Snail Adventure tours can be your culinary guide and provide you opportunity to savor tempting local food and world famous – dishes.
     

    Tour included in:

    • English speaking cycling guide ( other languages upon requests)

    • Accommodations are based on double/ twin occupancy

    • Meals details in itineraries ( 14 breakfast, 14 lunches, 14 dinners)

    • A/C transfer/ and transportation

    • Van or bus supported during the cycling times.

    • Boat Trip in Ba Be Lake

    • Truck supported for the group size from 6 and above.

    • Trek mountain bikes – 4300  with disc brake and  helmets

    • Sightseeing  excursions as outlined itineraries

    • Bike tour pump, bike tools, spares tubes, spare bikes

    • First aid kit

    • Cold water box, small fresh towel.

    • Fruit and snack for cycling days

    • Mineral water for drinking

     
    Tour excluded in:

    • International airfare

    • Travel insurance

    • Items of personal nature

    • Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks in meals

    • Mineral water beyond that supplied

    • Optional excursions

    • Additional transport required due to any emergency situation

    • Personal expenses such as telephone, laundry bills.

    • Visa fee

    • Departure  tax

    • Tip for team and guide

     
     

    Tour infor:
    Bikes:we use the new 4300/4500 trek moutain bikes for all most cycling trip with different size from 13.5’’  - 23,5’’. We generally use 2012 /2013/2015/ 2017models of TREK  mountain bikes because they are high quality, durable pieces of equipment. Besides, We like the versatility and durability of the mountain bike as it has been designed to cope with different types of terrain and riding. Our trips can be on asphalt and can often be broken or potholed, and there are usually unsurfaced sections included, so mountain bikes are the most suitable. They also have the range of gears to cope with the hills.
    Each bike comes with a single water bottle cage, if you prefer more you are welcome to bring your own. Bikes also have gel seat cover slips if you prefer a softer ride. If you have your own saddle that you are comfortable with seat, you are welcome to bring it and we'll fit it. On long tours women specific seats are recommended and we have some available, but we cannot guarantee we will available for every tour.These bikes also are available for rent in case you want to go it alone or just need a bike for a day.

    Bikes repairs: basic spaires and tools kid are generally carried by guide and on the support vehicle, although we can not guarantee having spares for every conceivable problem. Carring a basic tool kids, a spare tube and a pump while riding is  recommended.
    we can not guarantee having spares for every conceivable problem. Carring a basic tool kids, a spare tube and a pump while riding is  recommended.
    Safety:wearing a helmet is compulsory on all our biking adventures. Your tour guide are trained in first aid and emergency rescure, tour guide often carry first aid  box with their bikes while riding
    Support: we often used mini bus and bus  with air condition for transfer and back up as itineraries
    We use van Support bikes and cyclist
    ( 1 – 4 pax) we use Van to support and carry out bikes)
    ( 5 – 8 pax) we use one Van and one truck to supports
    Accommodation:
    When cycling we stay in friendly hotel, guesthouse or homestays. Some are more basic than others!Bear in mind that some of the places we overnight in are not on the standard tourist trail.In larger cities and towns, our hotels are generally more western style and are three or four hotels or resort. Please do not expect the same standard as you would your home.
    Our guides: the tour will be led by one of English - speaking guides. All our guides have great knowledge of history, local culture,  and religions of the area where you are cycling and introduce that experiences for you . our guides have been  trained  in this field and is fully licensed in tour guiding by Vietnam National Tourism. Our guides are also medically skilled in first Aid by SOS  and they know how to deal  with hard situation
    Grading definition:To assist you visualise how our trip is difficult, we have graded our adventure tours into three categories, easy, moderate, and challenging, we group many factors into consideration into this grading, including distant covered, terrain, altitude, weather conditions and vehicle support
    Easy: suitable for most people in good health. These trips  generally include short days, on good paths and at low attitudes
    Moderate:A reasonable level of fitness is required, as these trips can require sustained endurance levels, hill longer days and altitude.All of our moderate trips have a support vehicle following closely, weary travellers can hitch a ride and take a rest for a while.
    Challenging:these trips are physically demanding and best suite for  fit people with high endurancce level. Day can be longer, often at altitude, in remoted regions and sometimes without supports vehicle nearby.. travellers may be required  to carry a backpacks.
    Terrain:
    Distances on full cycling days average around 50 – 80km. Our route is mainly on tarmac roads of varing quality with are some more like hard – packed dirt, Terrain is generally flat or undulating with a few notable climbs.
    Distance for second days and  third day is around 30- 45 km. Our routes are mainly on single track, dirt road and trail , we cycle around villages and villages, through rice paddy terraces.
    On the following days, we will cycle  on mixes tarmac roads, undulating, single track trail , sometimes we meet some notable climbssuch as Loong luong, Pa din pass, Oquy ho pass...
    Fitness request: This ride is designed to be challenging for those for those of good health and fitness, and  is achievable for Most people provided they trained in advance. We will supply you with a thorough training guide when you have registered. Traing for challenge is all part of preparation and requires commitment. Without it, you will find the ride less enjoyable – and we want you have the time of your life.
    Food:All the meals which, are mentioned in itinerary, are included in the price of this tour. Most of meals are Vietnamese local food in Homestays . while in towns, we will enjoy Vietnamese cuisine in delicious restaurants
    Meals consist of a variety of banlanced dishes and aim for universal appeal, we avoid highly spiced foods.
    Vegetariansare certainly welcome and are always accommodated, please let us know of any dietary concerns at time of booking.
    Beverage  and alcoholic drink are not included  at mealtime or in restaurants
    Snack/ Water:when we transfer , ride by minibus ( no cycling day),  our bottled waters are always available  for you ( two little for one day for person with wet tissue)
    When we have cycling days, we will offer cold water and wet tissue in box plus fresh tropical fruides, soft – drink, energy – drinking, ( five little water for cycling day/ person)
    Beer is freely available everywhere in Vietnam, but not include in our trip
    The homestays:Homestay in the villages is simple interm of  bedding condition and ementies. We will sleep  on beds  or floor with mattress, clean sheet, pillow and mosquito nets. Toilet is usually western style.
    Weather:Vietnam has a tropical monsoon climate. Broadly speaking, the weather in Vietnam is dictated by two seasons - the southwest monsoon from April to September and the Northeast monsoon  from October to late march  or early April.
    Due to regional climate differences, there are no right or wrong  seasons to visit Vietnam.the north Vietnam is cool, damp in winters between November and December and February with tempreture in Hanoi falling to around 15oC. The summer months from April to October  are hot and dry.the best time visit Vietnam is spring ( February – April) or Autunm( late September – December) when it is not so humid. The weather turns quite cold and wet in January and this continues to  march. The humidity can prove oppresive from May to the early September.
    Money:  the official national currency is the Vietnamese Dong ( VND), but the US dollar is widely accepted in allmost tourist centers. However, small towns and the villages the VND is preferred, ATM are available in all major cities and towns, tourist destinations, Vietcombank, Agriculture banks are the best networks with  a limit a single withdraw limit of 2000,000 d ( 95 USD). Most major currrencies can be exchanged in leading in Vietnam, but th USD is preferred  away from the tourist centers. Changing 100 USD  wil make you to be a millionaire. You can not legally take the dong out of Vietnam but you can reconvert reasonable amounts of it into USD on departure,.
    Clothing:  comfortable lightweight clothing  in natural fabrics such as cotton is most suitable for travelling in Vietnam. The dress code is fairly casual as it is in most parts of the tropics but it is advisable to cover arms and legs in the evening against bitting  insects. A light weight raincoat or rain cape  is a good ideal in the raining season. For on the bike you will need to bring a couple of pairs of cycling shorts and short leeve jerseys, a pairs of cycling glove and if you use them, your clip in cycling shoes/ sandals.. when travel in the North Vietnam during winter months ( late November – March) warm clothe is needed.Visitors to Buddhist countries should not to wear shorts, short skirts  or other skimpy clothing when visiting religious centers and shoes should be removed  before entering private homes.
    Passport and visa:All visitors  are required to have a valid  visa to enter Vietnam. A one month tourist visa is usually sufficients for most visitors, though it is possible to arrange  three months  or six month – multiple entry visa for regular visitors. The Snail Adventure Tours company  is authorised to issue visa on arrival at Noi Bai Airport in Hanoi, Danang International Airport in Danang,  and Tan San Nhat in Ho chi Minh city. The same authorisation proceduce  and a minimum mof 5 days working  notice is required. In emergency case they can arrange a visa o arrival if notice of 2  working days is given.
    Tipping:Tipping for good services is always appreciated in these developing countries. It is customary, though not compulsory, to tip tour guides and drivers at the end of the tour. Hotels and station porters should also be tipped a small amount for . We recommend 5 US Dollar  / person/per day  for cycling tour guides .. 2 USD/ person/ day for driver and 1 USD/ person/ day for door bell when checking in and out.
    Responsible tourism:we strongly believe that Responsible Tourism  can support to local  communities: proving incomes,positive cultural exchanges and an incentive to protect natural invironment. We recognise that  there is always space for improvement. We continually strive to narrow the gap between principle and practice.
    Environment: we have been turning invironmently responsible tourism into practices  to minimize tourist impact upon the local habitat. From biodegradable soaps to re - usable water containers, we provide clients with the best information and mean to help them identify and implement effective ways to positive protect local nature and communities. It is a vital criteria that can be passed on and abided by all, long after the trip ended.
    Community:  Prior to our tours, we contact and work with local community leaders to make sure we are welcome and in a manner that minimizes negative social and cultural impacts. We visit local development and community projects specific to the region, encouraging custommers  to donate and assist such a projects in appropriate and sustainable manner.
    Where make sure that where and whenever possible our tours positively benefit the local community. We stayed at locally owned accommodation and visit  cottage industries  for local handicraft souvenir, generating  income for local business. We often employ, hire support team such as local guide, moto taxi drivers, cook assistants on all trips to ensure that  the local community benefit not only short term but with increased employment opportunities for the future..
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     

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