Homestay in Nam Dinh

1/1/2015 12:00:00 AM

Many foreign travellers don’t know how to spend two nights in Ninh Binh except for visiting some popular destinations such as: Hoa Lu temple, Tam Coc or Bai Dinh Pagoda. These classic points may bring an exhausting feeling for those who hate crowded mass tourism and have a great passion for adventure travel. After three times to seek and design the itinerary, Asia Aventura finally gives the best solution to this problem.

Nam Dinh is a coastal province in the Red River Delta region of Vietnam, with Ninh Binh to the south, Thai Binh to the north, and Ha Nam to the northwest. This province has a pristine 74km long seaside with great potential to develop both its fishing and water tourism economy. It is beautiful province filled with verdant rice fields, lush green bonsai gardens and massive salt fields. 

Located 130km from Hanoi, Hai Phong is one of big communes of Hai Hau,a rural district of Nam Dinh Province. The main occupation is planting two crops water rice, making bonsai garden and raising seafood. It captivates tourists by peaceful space with lush green paddy fieds and ancient Catholic churches. Most of citizens here follow Christianity religion so that they are very friendly and hospitable.

The homestay we would like to invite you to drop by is Mr.Phi’s. He is a French speaking guide for some tour operators so he can be easy to communicate in your language and serve guests with international standard.

This captivating journey will let you get immersed into rustic and tranquil space in the countryside of the Northern Vietnam. You can interact with local people, garden like a real Vietnamese peasant, learn about local medicine trees with Mr Phi’s father in law who consults you to treat some normal diseases such as: cough, fever, headache, diarrhea, etc.

Activities offered:

+ Talking and cooking with the host

+ Fishing in pond

+ Finding out how to make a bonsai garden

+ Learning about local medicine trees

+ Biking around the village to visit an old Catholic church of the region and lush fruit gardens.


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