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3-Day Ba Be Lake and Ban Gioc Waterfall Tour from Hanoi

Highlights
  • Escape the tourist trail and get back to nature in Ba Be National Park
  • Cruise the Nang River, see Ban Gioc Falls, explore Nguom Ngao Cave, and more
  • Experience local life on village visits and stays with Nung and Tay people
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3-Day Ba Be Lake and Ban Gioc Waterfall Tour from Hanoi
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3-Day Ba Be Lake and Ban Gioc Waterfall Tour from Hanoi
US$279.00
Overview

It’s difficult to experience Ba Be National Park without private transportation and a guide to connect you to the ethnic groups who live here. On this small-group tour—the perfect choice for adventurous travelers—immerse in local culture, landscapes, and lifestyles, and mingle with Nung and Tay people. Along the way, see the Nang River, Ban Gioc Falls, Nguom Ngao Cave, and more.

What to Expect

After pickup from your hotel, learn about local cultures at the Museum of Cultures of Vietnam’s Ethnic Groups in Thai Nguyen city. Enjoy lunch and then travel north. You might stop at a tobacco-producing village before you reach your homestay, with a Nung family in Quang Uyen, in time for dinner.

After breakfast at your homestay, visit Phuc Sen village, known producing farming tools. Travel through spectacular rice paddy scenery to Ban Gioc Falls. Soak up the spectacular views before journeying to Nguom Ngao Cave, Cao Bang town, and Ba Be Lake, with lunch en route. Enjoy dinner with your Tay family hosts for the night.

After breakfast, experience Ba Be Lake: Swim, look for wildlife, and soak up the karst scenery. Board a boat to cruise Nang River, Ba Be Lake, and Puong Cave. Finally, head back to Hanoi, enjoying lunch and a stop at a tea plantation on the way.

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1 - 5 of 21 reviews

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Best tour operator in Vietnam

Our guide is Mr. Loi, and the driver is Mr. Trang (if i'm not mistake spelling his name). The driver drove very good not rude. They also pick up me on time. There are only 4 people in the trip which make the trip fell...More

1  Thank Shinta A
Reviewed April 8, 2018
Stop looking and book Mr. Linh's

Don’t hesitate to book an excursion with Mr. Linh’s Adventures. Our reservation and plans were handled professionally by Trang who was patient and extremely helpful with all of my questions. Trang explained how everything would work and even helped arrange our pickup at a location...More

3  Thank Angelo G
Reviewed April 6, 2018
An unforgettable experience,

From our initial inquiry to the end of our trip Mr Linh adventures could not have done more for us! They were able to accommodate all our needs and provide us with the very best of service. Hien (Kevin) was our email point of contact...More

2  Thank timb0wden
Reviewed April 2, 2018
There are no words to describe Mr. Linh’s Adventure Tours

We did not book with Mr. Linh but somehow ended up on his tour to Ban Gioc Waterfall and Ba Be Lake and we are so happy it happened that way. It would have to be the best tour I have ever done. The scenery...More

Thank LynnePP
Reviewed March 15, 2018 via mobile
Wow! Just WOW!!!

I booked two tours on this trip to SE Asia with Mr. Linh's Adventures - Bai Tu Long Bay and Ban Gioc Falls. Both were excellently planned and conducted. I absolutely loved both - especially the past three days in remote parts of northern Vietnam....More

Thank rticboy1
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Danish K
May 23, 2018|
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Response from LynnePP | Reviewed this property |
No idea I am sorry. I am not a travel agent or anything to do with the tours. Like you, we were just tourists.
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JRJNZ
April 26, 2018|
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Response from LynnePP | Reviewed this property |
Very little actually. I don’t trek because of health issues so I stayed behind. Most was 1 hour I waited and that was when the others did the caves. Maybe 45 minutes through the National Park and I could do the short trek to... More
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