30.08.2021, 08:54

The resorts in the North hidden in the woods

Isolated resorts in Sa Pa, Ba Vi, Mai Chau, and Pu Luong are suitable for days of “escape” from the city’s smoke and dust, returning to nature.

Topas Riverside Ecolodge is located deep in the valley in Nam Cang (Sa Pa, Lao Cai), where is surrounded by thousands of thousands. The first resorts here were built by one of the 4-generation Red Dao ethnic minority families in Nam Cang and since 2019 owned by Topas Explorer Group. Therefore, the design of the hotel has Scandinavian characteristics combined with the traditional folk beauty of the Northwest.

Staying in the resort nestled by the winding river in the village of the Red Dao, visitors have the opportunity to discover the simplicity and peace of their lifestyle and also the cultural identities that have been preserved over the years. generations.

The resort has all 14 self-contained rooms, of which 4 are facing the river and 2 are family rooms with connecting doors. The resort also has a natural swimming pool on the stream, a traditional herbal bath of the Red Dao people.

Melia Ba Vi Mountain Retreat is hidden in the primeval forest of Ba Vi National Park (Hanoi). Located at an altitude of more than 600 m above sea level, the resort is surrounded by a pleasant climate, fresh air, and the scenery of the Northern Delta in the distance.

The resort brings the beauty of fusion between contemporary elegance and traditional Vietnamese architectural style, on the old background of the French mansion. The resort consists of 8 room types and 3-5 bedroom villas, with views of Ba Vi mountains or green gardens.

Here, visitors have the option of hiking through the forest in Ba Vi National Park, cycling, camping in the mountains and discovering the culture of the Muong and Dao ethnic groups.

Avana Retreat is located separately in Phang hamlet, Mai Chau (Hoa Binh). In the heart of the resort are hills, valleys, terraces, waterfalls and murmuring streams.

Before the resort was formed, more than 10 hectares were covered with thousands of trees. Forty-one villas sprang up, based on the architectural beauty of Vietnam’s ethnic minorities with earthen walls, palm leaves and roofs. Seen from above, the resort looks like a small village, hidden in the green mountains. There are 6 types of rooms and villas with location on the hill, mountainside, with views of the valley, terraced fields… for visitors to choose from.

Staying at the resort, visitors have an authentic experience of the Northwest mountains and forests, not only by the landscape but also by visits to the museum of stilts, the brocade weaving village, the cinema in the forest, etc. In addition, visitors can enjoy the fresh air, admire the beauty of mountains, rivers, streams, rice fields through trekking, cycling… or simply meditate, yoga by the murmuring stream.

Pu Luong Retreat belongs to Ban Don, in the territory of Pu Luong Nature Reserve (Thanh Hoa), which is likened to a miniature North with misty clouds like in Sa Pa, terraced fields in Mu Cang Chai. and a system of streams and waterfalls as pristine as in Cao Bang.

Two large wooden stilts were built in the first phase, with views of the valley. The current state of the construction site is kept as original as possible such as not cutting down the old trees, the fish pond has been converted into an infinity pool…

The bungalows are gradually completed with a combination of local ethnic design and decoration. Visitors can feel through the lights from fish cages, wooden tables and chairs, bamboo and rattan decorations…

Currently, the resort has 3 types of dormitory rooms, deluxe bungalows and bungalow suites for visitors to choose from.

Coming to the resort and Pu Luong, do not forget to experience hiking through terraced fields, cycling, bamboo rafting on the river… or simply relaxing, reading and breathing. clean Air. Follow vnexpress

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