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Trek in the Song Chay MountainsTrek in the Song Chay Mountains

 

2 01

Day 1

We leave the village in Pan Hou by vehicle to reach the district of Quang Binh in an hour and 30 minutes. Two-hour walk to the village of Binh Thuong. First meetings of your trek, during the break in this village, with the Pa Then women who wear the patch work tunic long dominated by red and a coated mat wrapped around the head. We will then walk through a pass before ending up in a small valley. This is where is located the Tay village of Na Chi in the middle of rice terraces and where we will spend the night in Homestay.

Walking duration: 5-6 hours. Accommodation: homestay Tay.

2 02Day 2

Our walk continues in the gorge of the valley in Quang Nguyen, in scenery of rice terraces, of palms and houses on stilts. Tonight, your host family could be Tay, Nung or long tunic Yao.

Walking duration:: 5-6, Accommodation: homestay.

Day 3

Through this third day of walking, the landscape is gradually changed: The reliefs will increase and the population will be thinned out. We will get into mountain forest with ferns, its oversized drums where grow orchids. Homestay night in Quang Ha Village.

Walking duration: 5 - 6. Accommodation: homestay Man Ta Pan.

2 03Day 4

We reach Phin ho a Man Ta Pan village famous in the province for the quality of its tea harvested on centenarians trees. This morning only appear the mountains peaks floating on the sea of clouds. Later, the sun will arise and the slopes contour of the rice terraces or the bunds of Tay paddy network at the bottom of the valley. We will be back to Pan Hou village, an Eco-lodge intergrated in this timeless, a true base camp for treks in the region.

Walking duration: 5 - 6. Accommodation: homestay eco-lodge Pan Hou.

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This 4-day trek is an example, we can offer you itinerary from two days to more than 10 days. We can also add loops including the visit of local market, an opportunity to discover other landscapes and meet other representatives of many ethnic minorities from the area.