Bathing in a hot spring
Bathing in hot mineral springs is widely considered to be a popular remedy for some skin, joint, and heart diseases, thereby providing better health for those who experience it. The famous Yoko Onsen Quang Hanh and Alba Wellness Resort serves as an ideal destination for travelers looking to enjoy health benefits whilst spending time with their families.
Trekking and cloud hunting
Backpacking has long been an important part of the Vietnamese tourism industry, with trekking activities to conquer mountains drawing plenty of interest from young adventure lovers. Cloud hunting and a range of camping activities in the country’s forests are among the exciting experiences on offer for those who want to explore mountainous provinces such as Ha Giang.
Trekking may tire visitors, but the effort is well worth it to enjoy the captivating landscapes, including green and brown meadows which stretch over the horizon, endless lush forests, and a chilly wind that cools the skin and fills the lungs with fresh air.
Visiting Da Lat, “the city of thousands of flowers”
Da Lat is renowned for being “the city of thousands of flowers”, with a wide variety of flowers blooming throughout the year.
From the city’s immense gardens to local farms, visitors flock to enjoy the beauty of this “Kingdom of flowers”. The best time to witness the charm of this “specialty” is in the winter months, especially in December and January when the Flower Festival is held.
Camping on the beach
Visitors can experience camping on the coast, on the windswept highlands, or in forest areas.
Situated in a pristine beach of Lagi village in the central province of Binh Thuan, Coco Beach Camp is one of the best places to go camping with family. VOV