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Northern Vietnam

Northern Vietnam

North Vietnam is marked by the contrast between the Red River Delta and the mountainous region. The uniformity of the landscape of the delta is also opposed to the variety of the landscape of the Middle and Upper Region, as well as population density. The highest peak is the Fan-si-pan (3.143m). Whereas North of the Red River some summits rise to over 1000m. Apart from Fan-si-pan, the most famous mounts include Tam Dao (1.420m) and Ba-vi (1281).


Central Vietnam

Centre Vietnam is a very narrow corridor, except in areas septentionales of Thanh Hoa and Nghe An. Its average width is only 120 km and is reduced to 50km at Dong Hoi. They draw a curve convex towards the sea and fat belly including Cap Varella is the navel. Central Vietnam is famous for beautiful beaches such as in Da Nang and Nha Trang. Hoi An is a small town that still preserves many of it ancient looks, meanwhile Hue used to be the capital of Vietnam with many pagodas, temples, and empire palaces. Central Highlands, bordered with Laos and Cambodia, is where you can find flower festival, elephant parade, and stunning sceneries.

Central Vietnam

Southern Vietnam

Southern Vietnam

South Vietnam resulting from the filling of a gulf in the Quaternary concomitan to the emergence as a base, Mekong delta. The delta has hundreds of small rivers and criss-cross channel system. Life is very much dependent on water as people travel on boats. There are floating markets scattered everywhere in the region. Ho Chi Minh city is the economic center of Southern as well as the whole country, this city offers you many faces to discover. Another place worth your visit is Phu Quoc island.