TUN Travel is one of the leading tour operators, an expert in tailor made and private tour in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia. It’s no surprise that Vietnam is one of the best places for homestay and easily to apply Vietnam visa online. The evidence is homestays in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam have been named 1st in the top eight best Christmas trips for solo travellers by Wanderlust, a prestigious magazine from the UK. If you are looking for the best places for homestay in Vietnam, dulichso.com would like to share some best places below:
Sapa is a mountainous area and is one of the best destinations of any Vietnam tour packages. That is a wonderful mountains with mixes minorities culture as Hmong, Dzay, Red Dao, Tay, Kinh... Home-stay is outside Sapa with beautiful valley. It is a cozy home for those who like to experience and see a mix of minority household products, fabrics, self-designed and locally made furniture. Ta Van and Ta Phin villages are two best places for homestay in Sapa. The price is not expensive, about 10 dollars per person.
Home-stay in Ba Be Lake
Ba Be is located in the northeast of Vietnam. Accommodation at Ba Be Lake is in a local village home-stay. The houses are built in traditional fashion, from wood and bamboo, raised on stilts above the ground and with a central kitchen hearth. The accommodation is simple but comfortable, and facilities modest but clean. You’re sure to be smitten by the warmth and hospitality of your hosts.
Home-stay in Mai Chau
Far about 135 km from Hanoi, Mai Chau is also one of the most beautiful destinations in Vietnam holidays. Mai Chau is also famous for homestays - beautiful traditional homes of Thai minority. Spend one or two nights with home-stay in Mai Chau, you will have chance to visit the beautiful villages, walk or trek or ride the cycle around Mai Chau to enjoy the fresh air and take a lot of beautiful photos.
Home-stay in Mekong Delta
As mentioned above, Mekong Delta is also the best place for homestay and was listed as the first in the top eight best Christmas trips for solo travellers by Wanderlust, a prestigious magazine from the UK. "You'll float on the Mekong Delta on a private boat, then dock at a water-side village to meet a local family – your friendly hosts for the night," the magazine wrote. "You'll feast on home-cooked Vietnamese food (bring your appetite!) and bed down in their home, ready to continue your adventure in HCM City the following day. Pagodas, fishing villages and gorgeous beaches await."
The combination of hotels and homestays in Vietnam holidays will make your trip more interesting and beautiful Vietnam is still out-of-the-way and tourism to Vietnam of any sort is relatively new to the country, making it ideal for adventure travel to Vietnam. You can trek through jungle, staying at tribal villages on the way. You can advance to the island of Phu Quoc and explore wilderness on motorbike, dive and kayak.