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Conquer top Vietnamese mountains (Part 2)

Once spending time in the wilderness, you will not be able to resist going back there. Do you love exploring the mysterious mountains? Are you interested in Vietnam? We suggest for you the top 10 highest mountains in Vietnam, and perhaps one of those could be your next adventure.

Conquer top Vietnamese mountains (Part 1)

Vietnam is home to many amazing mountains with stunning views. Those places are ideal ones for you to discover. If you get the opportunity to travel to Vietnam, don't miss these mountains below.

Cycling and trekking – Two interesting activities in Halong that you should not miss

With thousands of limestone islands and caves, Halong Bay is perfect for adventures. Trekking and cycling are the best ways to explore the wild nature of the area around.

Rice cooking festival in Thi Cam Village

Thi Cam village worships Phan Tay Nhac, described in legends as a military commander of the 18th Hung King. When his troops were stationed in Thi Cam area, he organized a rice cooking contest. After his death, Phan Tay Nhac was made the Spirit Protector of Thi Cam village. In his honour, the village organizes every year, on the 8th day of the first lunar month, a rice cooking festival.

Trekking in Sapa – A must-do activity

Being famous as the tropical heaven in the North of Vietnam, Sapa is not only well-known for summer resorts, but also easy trekking routes. If you get a chance to travel there, don't miss this interesting activity.

Nuoc Man ( salt water) Festival

The Nuoc Man (salt water) festival is one of the traditional festivals with a large scale that was given early birth more than four centuries ago in Binh Dinh. It is organized at Chua Ba (Lady Temple), An Hoa hamlet, Phuoc Quang commune, Tuy Phuoc district.

Fishing in Maui

Kona on the neighboring Big Island is much better known for sport fishing, but unsuspecting offshore anglers will find Maui to be a pleasant surprise.

Dead Sea Swimming

The Dead Sea lies at the lowest point of dry land on earth, more than 1,300 feet below sea level. Completely landlocked, it is actually a saltwater lake, and its only major source of water replenishment comes from the River Jordan.

Kayaking and Canoeing in Scotland

Scotland is a paradise for paddlers, with many different types of kayaking and canoeing pursuits available. All you have to do is choose a vessel, grab a paddle and decide where you would like to go. Our rivers, lochs and coastlines are waiting.
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