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Vietnamese foods is very diversity. Pho Bo, Bun Cha, Nem, Banh Tom are the famous food which almost people love. When you come to Vietnam, You’ll actually be attracted by them. Let’s try to learn a little Vietnamese language before come here to discover all the culture and history.
We spent four days in Hanoi and this was the best thing we did. Starting with the most obvious reason for taking a Hanoi tour, the food is terrific. Moving on to the next most obvious benefit of doing something like this, our guide (Cherry) was great – informative and friendly and spoke good English. However, I think the most important reason to take this tour is actually that it’s a perfect way to see Hanoi’s old quarter, and a perfect way to adjust to the hectic nature of the place. You find yourself eating in little local cafés and restaurants which, without the benefit of a guide, you might never have ventured into, still less known what to order. Plus, we found that following a guide around the streets took the stress out of walking round Hanoi – all of a sudden you’re no longer concerned about getting lost and you’re significantly less worried about being mown down by one of the 10,000 motor bikes on every street! After the tour we felt more comfortable and relaxed for the remainder of our time in Hanoi. I would recommend that anyone going to Hanoi for a number of days do this tour on their first or second night – it’s the perfect way to see what a great city Hanoi is!
Best trip ever! Son Doong is the 8th Wonder of the World. Oxalis is a brilliant bunch of people to do it with. Adam, Dave, Bamboo, Jamie and others – all awesome. Trip was hard (50km of hiking and caving) but worth every penny. 99% of people will never get to experience something like this in their lifetime. The most haunting, alien landscape I’ve ever seen. Raw natural beauty. And Rice Wine. Visited travel Vietnam April 2015
Son Doong went over and above my expectations and so did the trek to get there went over and above my physical/mental limitations. I’m glad the price is as is cause that makes it an exclusive trip for only the serious ones. Hope they keep it that way to preserve this natural wonder of wonders. Travel Vietnam is doing fantastic work at honouring the flora and fauna respecting mother nature and maintaining the cave’s pure state. They dont touch or move anything and the group is fully well briefed before and during the expedition. They are extremely professional and know what they are doing. The porters, local and the English tour guides all work in harmony and hard to give the group a great experience in a safe manner. Note: the terrain will challenge to its utmost one’s fear of heights/drops, balance, sure footedness, physical stamina. The Oxalis team provides the encouragement, support and assistance to see you through. I believe because Oxalis looks after that land so genuinely somehow each one in the group makes it unscathed with Son Doong’s blessings! That’s how i made it:)
Visited April 2015