As one of the major tourist attractions in northern Vietnam, Cat Ba enthralls visitors with its wild beauty, culture and cuisine. Cat Ba is like a gem surrounded by majestic rocky mountains. Kayaking in Cat Ba is one of the most exhilarating outdoor activities you can experience. Why is kayaking in Cat Ba so attractive? […]
Cat Ba archipelago sits alongside the Hai Phong region and consists of 367 small islands, in which Cat Ba island (also known as Ngoc island) is the most popular with tourists. Although it has been known about for some time Cat Ba still retains much natural beauty thanks to its isolated location. Temperatures remain at […]
In recent years, deep water solo has become one of the visitor’s favorite activities when visiting Cat Ba. So why is it so attractive to visitors? What is Deep Water Solo? Standard of locations qualified to perform Deep water solo? Why is Deep Water Solo so attractive to visitors? What Do You Need to Prepare […]
Cat Ba Island is about 140km ² and 50 kilometres away from the port of Haiphong, located in the southern part of Ha Long Bay. Cat Ba island attracts visitors from its pristine natural areas and its sense of mystery. Coming to Cat Ba Island is to come to green virginal forests and majestic mountainous landscapes. You […]
Hello fellow travellers! Thank you for taking the time to contact us! It is a pleasure to have the opportunity to work with you! My name is Viet, but you can call me Tony. Currently, I am the manager of Nam Travel Company, headquartered at 261 Nui Ngoc Street – Cat Ba town – Hai […]
Bargaining, is a culture in itself in Vietnam. It is an indispensable part of trade exchange here. In western countries people go to the store or supermarket, in which the items are sourced from other foreign countries, depending on the item. Where as in Vietnam most of the business comes from small business families, especially in local markets. 100% of household businesses are household traders.
With such a broad market of opportunity, there is inconsistency in prices among households. Depending on how you look at it, its either a hinder or an opportunity for those traveling in Vietnam.