Ninh Binh – May/Mu Waterfall- Pu Luong 2 days 1 night

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With only 2 days and 1 nights, visitors will be able to discover and experience the pristine and wild beauty of nature, majestic mountains, and forests in the space of dreamy valleys, traditional stilt houses, and traditional houses on stilts. unique experiences: Pu Luong, Thac Hieu, Kho Muong, Mai Chau.

What’s Included

  • Accommodation in Pu Luong
  • All specific activities in the program
  • Local guide
  • Tickets to visit the points in the program
  • Food: 2 lunches, 1 dinner, 1 breakfast (1 natural picnic meal).
  • Welcome drink
  • 2 bottles of mineral water in the room/day (applied to guests staying in bungalows)

Meeting And Pickup

  • Pick up point: Break Time Coffee Tam Coc
  • Drop off Point: Pu Luong center


Lịch khởi hành và giá

Giá từ: 580,000 đ
  • Lịch trình tour
  • Tour bao gồm
  • Chính sách
  • Lưu ý
  • NINH BINH – MAY/MU Waterfall

    2 days 1 night


    Day 1 :

    8:00: Pick up passengers at your Hotels in Tam Coc Ninh Binh.

    10:30: Visit the May/Mu Waterfall

    12:00: Check-in, Have lunch at Bungalows.

    14:00: Visiting the village, bathing in Mu waterfall stream

    18:30: Have dinner, camp, drink wine, dance, and exchange cultures with Muong people

    Day 2:

    7:00 : Have breakfast at Bungalows.

    8:00: Check out, pick you up to the trekking point through the forest to Pu Luong village (Trekking distance is 6km)


    11:00 : Visit Thai ethnic rice terraces, visit Huou waterfall

    12:00 : Have lunch at Pu Luong Deer Village.

    13:00 : Back to Tam Coc Ninh Binh

    17:30: We’ll return you to Hanoi, Sapa, Ha Giang, Hue, Phong Nha, Hoi An

    End the program at the points satisfied by the customers

    Daiichi Travel sincerely thank you for your trust to use our service

    See you again…!

  • Inclusions

    • Accommodation in Pu Luong
    • All specific activities in the program
    • Local guide
    • Tickets to visit the points in the program
    • Food: 2 lunches, 1 dinner, 1 breakfast (1 natural pic-nic meal).
    • Welcome drink
    • 2 bottles of mineral water in the room/day (applied to guests staying in bungalows)


    • Tax
    • Shuttle bus to Puluong and sightseeing in Puluong
    • Drinking water, insurance and personal expenses
    • English/French tour guide in groups
  • Regulations to cancel/change tour booking:
    Cancel tour 07 days before departure: 10%.
    Cancel the tour before 03 – 07 days of departure: Customers will be fined 50% of the tour price.
    Cancellation before 02 days: Customers will be fined 90% of the tour price.

  • What You Should Do?

    1. Store your cash, credit cards, airline tickets, and other valuables in a safe place. Most 4-star hotels have in-room safes, otherwise, ask the receptionist to keep your valuable things in their deposit facility.
    2. Take a hotel business card from the reception desk before venturing out of your hotel. This will make your return to the hotel in a taxi or cyclo much easier.
    3. Carry a roll of toilet paper in your daypack on long excursions from your base hotel. You never know when you might need it!
    4. Dress appropriately. Not only for the prevailing weather but also not to cause offence to the local people. Vietnamese have conservative dress codes, and it is only in larger cities that these codes are a little more relaxed. Do not wear revealing clothing.
    5. Drink plenty of bottled water. During the summer months, you should be drinking a minimum of 2 liters per day. If you drink tea, coffee, and alcohol you should increase your water intake accordingly as these will help to dehydrate you.
    6. If invited into a Vietnamese home, always remove your shoes at the front door when entering.
    7. Ask for permission when taking a photograph of someone. If they indicate that they do not want you to, then abide by their wishes.

    10 Things Not To Do In Vietnam

    1. Offer money or push the issue.
    2. Never carry more money than you need when walking around the streets.
    3. Do not wear large amounts of jewelry. There are two reasons for not doing this (1) It is considered impolite to flaunt wealth in public; (2) It is more likely that you may become a victim of a pickpocket or drive-by bag snatcher.
    4. Don’t be paranoid about your security, just be aware of your surroundings.
    5. Don’t wear singlets, shorts, dresses or skirts, or tops with low-neck lines and bare shoulders to Temples and Pagodas. To do this is considered extremely rude and offensive.
    6. Avoid giving empty water bottles, sweets, and candies, or pens to the local people when trekking through ethnic minority villages. You cannot guarantee that the empty bottles will be disposed of in a correct manner, and the people have no access to dental health. If you want to give pens, ask your guide to introduce you to the local teacher and donate them to the whole community.
    7. Never sleep or sit with the soles of your feet pointing towards the family altar when in someone’s house.
    8. Never lose your temper in public or when bargaining for a purchase. This is considered a serious loss of face for both parties. Always maintain a cool and happy demeanor and you will be reciprocated the same.
    9. Do not try to take photographs of military installations or anything to do with the military. This can be seen as a breach of national security.
    10. Never take video cameras into ethnic minority villages. They are considered to be too intrusive by the local people.

    The above advice is meant to help you have a perfect trip to Vietnam.

    Do not be overly paranoid though. Generally, Vietnamese people are very appreciative if they see you trying to abide by their customs, and very forgiving if you get it wrong or forget. If you make the effort, you will be rewarded.

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