Mai Explore Cuc Phuong National Park and the Red River delta by bicycle and at a pace and in a manner that brings us close to the people and the way they live.
Experience the beauty and complexity of the park that interlace the scenic landscape and the human activities of the delta.
Tour cost per person flow the group size below:
Some pictures in this tour
- Cuc Phuong Insects Cuc Phuong Insects
- Thousand year old tree Thousand year old tree
- Trekking to see ancient tree Trekking to see ancient tree
Day 1: Hanoi - Van Long Nature Reserve - Cuc Phuong (L/D)
Cuc Phuong National Park is located in Ninh Binh province and covers over 200 sq km. This is Vietnam’s most famous park. We depart from Hanoi to Ninh Binh. On arrival at Van Long Nature Reserve we enjoy a delightful boat ride past tiny villages and a unique area known for its magnificent limestone peaks. Following that we take a hike in Cuc Phuong National Park, which offers some wildlife viewing. The night is spent at a comfortable guest house in the park’s headquarters surrounded by spectacular mountains and rainforest.
Day 2: Cuc Phuong - Kenh Ga Floating Village - Ninh Xuan (B/L/D)
In the morning we visit the Endangered Primate Rescue Centre in the park to witness the conservation efforts being made to save the endangered Langur, a primate species. If we haven’t exhausted your appetite for nature, check out the park’s Botanic Garden. After this we relax on a leisurely boat ride across the Hoang Long river. In the afternoon we discover the floating village of Kenh Ga, we stroll along the riverfront and cycle through stunning limestone scenery and a network of peaceful waterways. We stay overnight in a local family to experience their way of life. (Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included).
Day 3: Ninh Xuan - Trang An - Hanoi (B/L)
We take a stroll around open rice fields and around the village of Ninh Xuan leaves us time for learning about agriculture and its rice cultivation. This is followed by a scenic boat ride through Trang An. Afternoon finds us cycling through idyllic villages sprinkled along the way. We absorb the daily life and appreciate the warmth and friendliness of the local people. Walking around open rice fields leaves us time for learning about agriculture and its rice cultivation. This is followed by our journey back to Hanoi, arriving there at around 5pm.
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- Well air-conditioned transportation
- Accommodation (double/twin share room)
- Entrance fees
- Meals at local restaurant.
- English speaking guide
- Alcohol and drinks,
- Tip & personal expenses
- Others are not mentioned above