Hanoi Hoan Kiem LakeFind out more on tourist attractions for adventure tourism and ecotourism in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand. You and your family may like to spend some time on your holidays amid pristine nature, in a national park, or with a local community with untouched culture and bucolic nature. You may like to go trekking or cycling… to explore a tourist attraction. AdventureGreen team hope to provide you with the essential information before you take on your journey.

  • Ba Be National Park is located in Bac Kan Province, over one hundred kilometers from Hanoi. The park is comprised of Ba Be Lake, the Nang River and the system of forests on limestone mountains surrounding Ba Be Lake and the Nang River.

  • Ba Vi National Park is located in Ha Tay Province (integrated into Hanoi now). The park is 60km from Hanoi City Center.

  • Ban Gioc Waterfall is 100 km north-east of Cao Bang Town. The road from Cao Ban to Ban Gioc offers scenic landscapes with opportunities to visit villages of the Tay and the Nung ethnic minorities. While it is fairly easy to travel most of the way, there are the passes of Ma Phuc and Khau Liem that may need extra care on a wet day.

  • The But Thap Pagoda is in But Thap Village, Dinh To Commune, Thuan Thanh District, Bac Ninh Province. The name of the pagoda was given by King Tu Duc on a visit to the pagoda in 1876. The king found the tower at the pagoda had the shape of a pen, But Thap in Vietnamese means the Pen Tower.

  • Cape Ca Mau National Park (Vuon Quoc Gia Mui Ca Mau, Mui Ca Mau National Park) is located to the southern tip of Vietnam's inland area. Cape Ca Mau is 110km or 2 hours by speed boat from Ca Mau City.

  • The Citadel of the Ho Dynasty (Ho Family) was built from 1397-1401 by Ho Quy Ly when he became the King of Vietnam usurping the throne from the Tran Dynasty (Tran Family). Due to threat of invasion from China (the Ming Dynasty) and hostility within Vietnam, Ho Quy Ly moved the capital city to Vinh Loc Thanh Hoa Province, and the citadel was built at the new royal capital.

  • Consecrated a national park in 1962, Cuc Phuong was the earliest national park  in Vietnam.

  • Da River (Black River) is a big tributary of the Red River in Northern Vietnam. The river starts its course of over 900km in Yunnan China.

  • Dau Go Cave is located on Dau Go Island on Halong Bay, 7km from the shore of Halong City. The cave is over 300m in length and divided into 3 main chambers. The cave is mossy in the outer section due to winds and moisture, but glittering the further you go inside.

  • Mau Son Mountain is in Loc Binh and Cao Loc Districts of Lang Son Province, northern Vietnam. The mountain is 30km east of Lang Son City and 180km north-east of Hanoi.

  • My Son Cham Ruins was once the Holyland of the Champa Kingdom, which was thriving in the Central Region and South of the Central Region of Vietnam from the 2nd to the 15th century A.D.

  • Nguom Ngao Cave is located in Trung Khanh District, Cao Bang Province, in the North East of Vietnam. The cave is 3km from Ban Gioc Waterfall and 90km from Cao Bang Town. The total length of Nguom Ngao Cave is over 2km, most of which is underground or underwater. The chamber open to tourists is about 300-500m with walkways.

  • Nha Trang is the provincial capital of Khanh Hoa Province, in the South-Central Coast of Vietnam. For long, Nha Trang has been popular to Vietnamese tourists as well as foreign visitors thanks to the famed sandy beaches. Nha Trang Bay is claimed among the 29 most beautiful sea bays in the world with turquoise sea water, colorful coral reefs, offshore islands ringed with fine sand beaches.

  • Nhi Thanh Cave is in Lang Son City, 3km from the city center. The cave runs through a rock mountain with a little river flowing inside the cave. There are different large chambers inside Nhi Thanh Cave and they are separated from one another by narrow walkways.

  • Pac Bo is in Ha Quang District, Cao Bang Province. Pac Bo was where Ho Chi Minh returned to Vietnam on 28-Jan-1941, after 30 years traveling overseas seeking to liberate Vietnam from France.

  • The Phat Tich Pagoda is in Phat Tich Commune, Tien Du District, Bac Ninh Province in northern Vietnam. There is no definitive confirmation as to when the pagoda was built.

  • Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park is located to the west of Quang Binh Province, along the Truong Son Mountain Range. The park's headquarters is 40 km from Dong Hoi City, the capital of Quang Binh Province. Phong Nha is the name of the cave system and Ke Bang is the name of a mountain peak in the park .

  • Tam Coc is a flooded paddy field sprinkled with encircling karst mountains in Ninh Binh Province, northern Vietnam. The huge area of countryside around Tam Coc is also of similar landscape that makes your holiday here a really relaxing experience.

  • Tam Dao National Park with 36,883 hectares in area is in Vinh Phuc Province, 80 km from Hanoi. Tam Dao is adjacent to Thai Nguyen and Tuyen Quang Provinces. 

  • Tam Thanh Cave is2km from Lang Son City, Vietnam. The cave runs through the mountain: One opening home to a Buddhist Pagoda - Tam Thanh Pagoda; and the other opening with a sweeping view of a scenic valley. Tam Thanh Cave can be combined with a trip to the To Thi Mountain and Nhi Thanh Cave. The whole tour takes about 3-4 hours.