Out of the world! That is all what to explain about this 3-day Trekking In Ba Be National Park adventure. Roaming through the jungle, boating around the lake in the middle of the national park, poking around some minority villages of Tay, Hmong and Yao people or living a local life of Tay tribe are what promisingly grant incredible taste for you adventurists. Come to Ba Be National Park and you will see it is worth a life-time experience!
Leave Hanoi for Ba Be National Park at 8 AM. It is a 5-hour escape drive to witness the alluring change of landscape miles after miles.
On arrival at north wharf of Ba Be lake, take a short boating transfer to Dau Dang waterfall where you start a 2.5-hour trek to Na Nghe village. Enjoy the rural peace and hospitability of this Yao village in the middle of Ba Be National Park. Call it a day after a family Yao dinner delighted with their homemade corn wine.
Take a morning exercise after a long sleep to enjoy the freshest air before your served local breakfast. Hit the trekking trails again to go deeper into the national park. Cross some isolated villages where you are mesmerized by the welcoming hands of innocent Hmong children from local schools. Wind through emerald green corn and rice field.
Rest at Wind peak for a prepared picnic lunch before steeping down the valley, along a twisting stream to Ba Be lake. Time to steep yourself in fresh water from Widow island of the lake after a full day of 6-hour adventure.
Nostalgically enjoy last minutes here with a visit to Hua Ma Cave, famous as most amazing limestone cave in Northeast Vietnam. Say goodbye to Ba Be National Park and be back to the bustle of urban Hanoi.
This rate is based on double/twin occupancy. Valid from 01 Jan 2021 - 30 December 2021. If you have any special requests, please contact us to customize your trip.
|1||Ba Be National Park||Hung Yao's Homestay|
|2||Ba Be Lake||Mr Hoai's Homestay|
What an adventure! We were extremely fortunate to be guided by Mr. Hung, a Dao village farmer who was charming, well informed and spoke good English. He led us up a steep hike to his remote village where we stayed overnight in his comfortable homestay. His family joined us for dinner that had good vegetarian and meat dishes. The following day we walked through more minority group villages to a waterfall then travelled by river boat into a large cave, then across Ba Be Lake to our homestay. The scenery and variety of experience was everything we would wish for. This tour was more authentic than one would get around Sapa, and certainly much more peaceful.