Pu Luong trekking

Pu Luong trekking

 Day 1: Hanoi-Pu Luong, trek to PuBin  villages. 2.5 hours

Depart from your Hanoi hotel at 7:00 am transferring to Mai Chau ( 160km ). We will then leave Mai Chau for a short ride along the Ma River (22 km) to Nong Luong village. Off the car and off the beaten path, we begin our trek to Pu Bin villages. For 2.5 hours we we will trek (~ 10 km ) through outstanding mountain scenery and picturesque rice paddies, see hand-crafted bamboo water wheels, and talk with the lovely local people. Spend the night in a local Thai family’s traditional home on stilts. They

Home stay .Includes:  (L) (D)

Day 2:Pu Luong,  5 hours

trek to Xom  villages (5 hours ~ 18km).The daily life here starts early, it will be interesting for you to get up at the first sign of day light and take part in the activities in the morning, or take a stroll around Hang village before having breakfast with our new Thai friends. Start trekking at 8:00 am. Today we will be walking for a approximately 5 to 6 hours. The first section is hard with some steep climbs and stream crossings. The second stage is glorious with beautiful views of the valley, rice terraces, rich rain forests, and meandering streams. Picnic lunch on the way . Arrival in Xom village is always special as the setting of the village is perhaps the most beautiful in Vietnam, nestled between steep karst mountains with rice terraces in the afternoon sun. Spend our second night nearby in a typical Thai eco, stilt home in Xom village. Includes: (B), (L), (D).

Day 3:  Pu Luong, trek to Nua village 5 hours~ 20 km).

The sounds of village life will tell you that morning has arrived. Breakfast then trek to Hin village (5-6 hours). On this route we will encounter some steep climbs and more stream crossings. Along the way we will visit an incredible cave, only recently discovered, now protected by the Forest Rangers. The trekking will become more and more remote although one is never that far from a villager tending their fields. Pass steep limestone mountains and curiosity conjuring caves, through the dense rain forests all inside the borders of the Pu Luong Nature Reserve and onto Nua village Overnight home stay in Nua Includes: (B) (L) (D)

Day 5: Mai Chau trek (4 hours~ 15 km ), return to Hanoi

Get up early morning if you would like to observe or take part in daily life of the local people. Then breakfast is served in Mai Chau Villas then take a trekking 4 hours, through forests, villages . Then continuing our trek to  where you meet a car , driving to Pom Cong village for lunch . The car picks us up back to Hanoi, End of service in your hotel in Hanoi. .Includes: (B) (L)

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Price : 380 USD/person for group of 2 people 


  1. ·         Local English speaking guide
  2. ·         accommodations in  home stays  around trip as mention, all of home stay when we do trekking are basic tourist standard  ( private bath room, hot water, clean ). + 1 nights in Mai Chau villas
  3. ·         Meals as noted (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner), and tea break (water, fruit, cookie, cola, tea, coffee, juice, snack …), lunch usually make by local as Vietnamese lunch  ( Vietnamese food as spring roll, noodle soup, fire rice….). Dinner and local restaurant with rice, spring roll, chicken, beef, pork
  4. ·         sightseeing and activities as noted in the itinerary
  5. ·         Water for the whole trekking trip
  6. ·         Sleeping bags and mattresses if stay in camp
  7. ·         Waterproof bluebag for luggage
  8. ·         Tents if needed
  9. ·          Mosquito nets
  10. ·         Ground transportation by private car
  11. ·         additional guides where necessary
  12. ·         entrance fees and permits


  • International airfare;
  • meals not noted on itinerary;
  • insurance other than basic medical ;
  • optional tipping to leader,guides and local staff;
  • excess baggage charges;
  • cost of medical immunizations;
  • items of a personal nature (alcoholic beverages, laundry, etc.).

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