Hanoi - Ba Be Lake - Ban Gioc Waterfall

3 Days 2 Nights

From 95$

Overview

Hanoi - Ba Be Lake - Ban Gioc Waterfall (Every Friday)

Not only will you explore the diverse and dramatic scenery of Ba Be National Park but you will also take a trip to the stunning Ban Gioc Waterfalls which sit on the border of Vietnam and China. As well as some incredible scenery you will also have the chance to meet the local Tay community who live and farm on the banks of Ba Be Lake.

Trip Highlights

Trip Highlights
This tour takes you from Hanoi to the natural wonderland of Northwestern Vietnam with Ba Be Lake and Ban Gioc Waterfall. Ba Be Lake is well-known for an over 50-hectare freshwater lake in the altitude of 145m above the sea level created by the confluence of three river tributaries after earthquakes tens of millions of years ago. In contrast, Ban Gioc - the world’s fourth biggest border-crossing waterfalls is attractive for its picturesque painting of blue sky, great limestone mountains and stunning rice fields together with the daily life 

Itinerary

Hanoi - Ba Be Lake - Ban Gioc Waterfall

3 Days 2 Nights

Tour guide picks you up at suggested places around Hanoi Old Quater. Depart from Hanoi and transfer to Ba Be Lake,  Along the way you will pause to visit a Tay minority community, the second largest ethnic group in Vietnam after the Viet, mostly living off the cultivation of rice.

Take a boat go along Nang River to visit Puong Cave and visit Pac Ngoi village, Visitors coming to Pac Ngoi are not only entitled to witness with their naked eyes the most wonderful scenery of Northern Vietnam: a plethora of austere yet interesting stilt houses blending themselves with the glimmering mist and the shinning Ba Be Lakes, but also to stay in the rhythm of the Tay culture

Overnight at Pac Ngoi village

After having breakfast, depart for Ban Gioc Waterfall, one of Vietnam’s most impressive natural sights. Located in the northeastern province of Cao Bang, the falls are 30 metres high and 300 metres across, making Ban Gioc the widest (but not the highest) waterfall in the country. The falls occur on the Quay Son River, a beautiful jade-blue body of water flowing from China through a pastoral landscape of rice fields and bamboo groves surrounded by limestone pinnacles.

Back to Cao Bang, overnight at Cao Bang

Enjoy the breakfast then visiting Le Nin Stream, Pac Bo Cave

Having lunch then going back to Hanoi, on the way transferring back to Hanoi, you will enjoy the charming sceneries deeply reflecting the Northwest color: stunning limestone peaks, long-lasting lush paddy fields and untouched peaceful villages

Tour ends.

Important information

Include in price:

Private transfer by coach/van with English speaking guide

3-star hotels or Homestay and Meals as mentioned in programme

Exclude:

Drinks during meals, and meals not mentioned in programme.

Personnal expenses and other expenses not mentionned in the programme

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