Tour Option One : Duong Lam Ancient Villages and Ba Vi Mountain National Park
If you only have a short time this 1 days motorbike tour takes in the sites and ancient craft villages around Hanoi.
This is where you will understand the lifestyle of local people,whilst studying the history and culture, and enjoy[ng the local food… All will be in this 1 day tour where we will visit Duong Lam Ancient Village and Ba Vi National Park, which is just 80kms from Hanoi.
Duong Lam Ancient Village is an old village with more than 1000 year of history. This will be a great chance to explore the architecture of ancient houses, temples and pagodas that are over 200 years old.
Destinations: Hanoi – Duong Lam Village – Ba Vi Nation Park – Hanoi
Our routes are flexible depending on the riders experience from smooth paved roads to off road and dirt tracks.
Ba Vi national park is one of Vietnam’s most famous areas of outstanding natural beauty. It has a rich and diverse tropical and subtropical species of flora and fauna, cool fresh mountain air and is spread over by the backdrop of clouds, tropical rain-forest and jungle.
A fast –flowing part of Black River is located nearby the National Park and from a peak within the Park is a great place to enjoy the view.
Lunch included of local cuisine and coffee in the afternoon.
Distance: 160km – 180km
Departure time and finish: from 8 am to 5 pm
Option Two : Cuc Phuong National Park 1 Day Tour
Cuc Phuong National Park Tour : Endangered Primate Rescue Center: Gibbon, Langurs, Loris, Turtle, Flora and Fauna
If you love nature and want to discover or research or are interested in the animals and flora and fauna, then Cuc Phuong National Park will be the best choice for you with a short day tour.
Cuc Phuong National Park is just 90kms from Hanoi, located in Ninh Binh province. It is one of the most important and oldest sites in Vietnam and is famous for its biodiversity.
Departure time and finish: 8am to 5pm
Red river delta villages and the lime stone mountains of Ninh Binh on the way to the National Park.
In 1960 Cuc Phương was made into a forest reserve and in 1962 Cuc Phương National Park was consecrated by President Ho Chi Minh. The park consists of verdant karst mountains and lush valleys. Elevation varies from 150 meters (500 feet) to 656 m (2,152 feet) at the summit of Silver Cloud Mountain. The limestone mountains house numerous caves, many of which are accessible for exploration.
Cuc Phương is home to an amazing diversity of flora and fauna. Inhabitants of the park include 97 species of mammals, most notable endangered langurs; 300 species of birds; 36 reptilian species; 17 species of amphibians; 11 species of fish; 2,000 species of vascular plants, and thousands of species of insects. A number of species in the park are listed on Vietnam Red Book of endangered species.