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Drawing yourself away from the busy cities and towns and participating in many of the outdoor sport on offer can be the highlight of ta visit to Vietnam. With a mix of challenging golf course, winding country roads perfect for biking, remote mountain trails waiting for trekkers, spectacular National Parks, and ethnic minority villages complete with home – stay, Vietnam’s outdoor has something to suit everyone.

From ancient valley and craggy peaks to gentle undulating hills and rice fields, Vietnam’s diverse landscape offers some of the best walking in the world. Take on multi – day guided trek in the rugged North, stopping at the minority villages along the way, or alternatively take a shorter hike around of the many National Parks.

If speed is more your thing , exploring the country on two wheel – whether it be bicycle or motorbike, can be a fun way to get off the beaten track and see a side of Vietnam beyond the standard tourist trail. Classic road trips include following the Ho Chi Minh trail or the Dong Van to Meo Vac Road in the North.

At a more leisurely pace, why not spend some time on one of Vietnam’s golf courses? With over 31 courses to choose from – of which many are world class, superb weather, and breathtaking scenery, Vietnam is the perfect destination for an unforgettable golfing holiday.

Finally, any trip to Vietnam is not complete without spending a night or two in a traditional village home-stay. With over fifty distinct group each with its own language, lifestyle, and cultural heritage, spending some time in a village is the perfect way to see Vietnam up close.



  • Conquering Mt fansipang. At 3,143 meters Mt Fansipan is Vietnam’s highest Mountain. Although only 9km from Sapa town, the trek takes a least tree days to get to the peak and back
  • Motor biking Dong Van – Meo Vac Road. One of the most spectacular roads anywhere in south East Asia. The road passes jaw – dropping valleys, incredible limestone pinnacles, and dusty remote villages.
  • Visiting Cat Tien national Park. One of important sites in Vietnam for the conservation of large mammals, and home to golden – cheeked gibbon, two bear species, elephants and gaur, as well as many important bird species.
  • Hitting a round of golf in the Central Coast region. With two of South East Asia’s top golf courses and a third soon to be opened, the area is a true golfing paradise.
  • Spending a night in a homestay. Get to know the real Vietnam and its people by staying with a local family in a homestay in the Northern Highlands and immerse yourself in village life.