North Vietnam in the picture


We’re continuing our “…in the picture” series focussing this month on the verdant and mountainous north of Vietnam, bringing forth the unique character and landscapes of this region…

Women from the Hani hill tribe, who live higher up in the mountains, selling their fresh produce at a local market in Y Ty

Aerial view of a valley in Cao Bang, right before our Marketing Manager crashed our drone 🙂

Ethnic women planting rice in the Mu Cang Chai valley.

Pottery at Yangtao

H’mong women manually separating the rice from its husks in Tu Le

Local Red Dao women in Sapa, pointing the way to our Lead Travel Designer Hoa Ly (not in the picture).

Local farmers market, northeast from Sapa

A group of hikers on a multi-day trekking, exploring the karst mountains of Cao Bang province.

A H’mong  seller in colorful traditional attire.

Ending a multi-day trek in comfort and style at the Topas Eco Lodge.

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For more special insight into
north Vietnam and our active offerings in Southeast Asia, contact us directly at [email protected]!

Matteo Galeazzi

Easia Active Manager

Matteo not only has extensive academic background in tourism, but has also gained valuable insight while living and working in multiple destinations around the world. His energy and enthusiasm for active as well as sustainable travel are what make him a strong driving force within the Easia Active team.


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