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Viet Hai is a small village in the midst of jungles, covered by high mountains range of the Cat Ba National Park, which belongs to Cat Hai district of Hai Phong city. Vietnamese tourists seldom go to this place, but it has been becoming a...More
Visited his village as a day tour activity with Azalea cruise. It is too beautiful for any village. We visited the school, learnt a thing or two about the Vietnamese language, visited some local homes, learnt about rice wine and so much more.
We rented bikes and cycled from the quay (6km) to this village. I love the river where you can get your feet nibbled by the VIetnamese river fish. We treked upto the bat cave which was an easy hike and worth a look. On the...More
It is very easy for some of us to overlook the fact that not everyone is as fortunate as we are. We took this tour by bicycle as a side trip from our Au Co Halong Bay cruise. Although described as challenging it was quite...More
The opportunity to visit the village was an option on a 2 day cruise with the Au Co cruise line. The options were to either bike or use an electric car to reach the village. Certainly the area was an organic farm with buffalo, ducks...More
Set at the end of a simple paved several kilometer road from the wharf, running through hills and a beautiful valley, the village years back decided to take advantage of its setting and proximity to Ha Long Bay. Rather than continue to survive on subsistence...More
I visited my close friend's family last Feb.
The life there is just so peaceful.
They can gather almost everything from nature:
vegetables from their garden or around the mountain.
Fishes from sea.
Although they live in a tourist spot, they can earn nothing from...More
We went to this village as an afternoon excursion from our 3 day Halong Bay cruise. We were tendered to the Viet Hai Pier, from where we could take a bike or an electric car to the Viet Hai Village. Or we could walk, which...More