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Hà Giang 🏍⛰

Day 77. Hà Giang was initially not on my list of things to see. Throughout my trip though, I met several people who told me about that place in the north that’s supposed to have one of the most scenic landscapes they’ve seen in a long time. So I thought I just might give it a shot and decided to make it the last destination to visit in Vietnam before leaving the country. It didn’t disappoint.

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Cat Tien Nationalpark 👨🏻‍🌾

Day 58. When I was in Dalat, a guy I met told me about a national park, located in the middle of the town and Saigon. It was called Cat Tien and I’ve never heard about it. When I returned to Saigon I kept thinking about it and thought I might just give it a try. Read more

Mekong Delta 🚣🏻

Day 56. Mekong Delta. The region west of Saigon, famous for the floating markets and scenic landscapes. There’s plenty of available tours you can book directly in Vietnam’s metropolis. I booked a three-day tour to several places and was more than excited to see what I would experience.

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Sand dunes of Mũi Né ⌛️

Day 48. Mũi Né is probably best known for its sand dunes and as a beach resort place, well suited for all kinds of watersports. I only stayed here for two nights as I was not really interested in a touristy resort place, but first things first.

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Stuck in Đà Lạt ⛰

Day 46. Dalat. The mountainous city in Southern Vietnam, known for canyoning trips, waterfalls, and the French-style architecture. I was more than looking forward to cool down here after sweating my ass of in Saigon.

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Impressions from the Marble Mountains ⛰

Day 37. The Marble Mountains are a cluster of five marble and limestone hills that can be easily reached from Hoi An. The mountains are named after the five elements: Kim (metal), Thuy (water), Moc (wood), Hoa (fire) and Tho (earth).

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One week in Sapa ⛰

Day 18. Sapa was the location I was most excited about visiting in Vietnam. The highest mountains in the country reside here. Ethnic minorities housing a lot of culture. Quiet and peaceful relaxation. Splendid views on the rice terraces. I’ll take that Sapa. Let’s go!

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Cat Ba National Park 🏞

Day 4. The last couple of days were not very relaxing. I felt bad from the food I had eaten in Hanoi and there was a guy in my room who constantly snored like a truck. That’s why I decided to simply book a bus to Cat Ba.

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