Chengdu - Hanoi
We are adding a tour bewteen Hanoi and Chengu; It's am amazing route with some of the most spectacular scenery in China and at the end of the road we get to pandas in their natural environment.
Slow Eco Tour
We are creating a set of small tours of 3 to 5 days that can be linked together to see the whole country or combined with other travels. We are making partnerships with some new vegan restaurants to bring culinary workshops to learn vietnamese cuisine.
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When to go
The climate in Vietnam differs greatly between north and south, though both regions experience monsoons. Vietnam is located in both a tropical and a temperate zone. It is characterized by a strong monsoon influence, also a considerable amount of sunny days and a high rate of rainfall and humidity. From November to April, the north is cool and dry, while May to October is hot and rainy. The rainy season lasts from May to November. The temperature in Hanoi can range from 17 degrees Celsius (63° Fahrenheit) in January, to 29 degrees Celsius (84° Fahrenheit) in June.
Wildlife At Risk (WAR) is dedicated to the long-term conservation of Vietnam’s threatened biodiversity. It aims to combat the illegal wildlife trade and promote the conservation of endangered species and their habitats.
Spread over an area of 11 hectares, the sanctuary has been built to accommodate up to 200 bears, with almost 30,000 square metres of semi-natural outdoor enclosure space designed to stimulate the bears’ natural behaviours. There are five double bear houses, each containing two rows of conjoined dens. Each row of dens opens out onto a large outdoor enclosure with pools, trees and various structures and furniture designed to aid rehabilitation.