7 most beautiful eco-resorts in Vietnam

06, August, 2020

7 most beautiful eco-resorts in Vietnam

You travel in Vietnam and you can make your trip to Vietnam more special by staying at eco-resorts instead of staying at hotels. Located in a beautiful natural setting, mingling with nature, protecting the environment is a good choice for travel. Let's explore the most beautiful eco-tourism in Vietnam to have more options for your trip in Vietnam

1. Topas Ecolodge
Located atop a magnificent hill in the heart of the mountains of Hoang Lien National Park, only 45 minutes from Sapa, in northern Vietnam, Topas Ecolodge offer the perfect setting to enjoy modern comfort while still staying harmony with the environment and local culture.

About thirty bungalows designed with local white granite in the style of a minimalist bungalow bring you all the amenities while you can admire the magnificent natural beauty of terraced terraced fields down from the mountains. Hailed by National Geographic for its commitment to the environment, Topas Ecolodge is a benchmark in Vietnam for eco-tourism.

2. Pan Hou Ecolodge
Located in the remote north of Vietnam, in the mountainous province of Ha Giang and more precisely in the great Song Chay massif, the Pan Hou eco-tourism area is a stop for travelers who want to explore the Hoang Su area. Africa is home to some of the most spectacular terraces in the country.

The Pan Hou Village is the perfect choice for hikers who want to explore for one or more days at Hoang Su Phi. You will be staying in bungalows overlooking a beautiful tropical garden and will be welcomed by the kindness of the staff from the Tay and Dao ethnic groups.

The Pan Hou Ecolodge is highly regarded for its local cuisine inspired by traditional vegetable gardens and herbal baths. After a long day of walking, you can relax while taking a dip in the herbal bath, or experience the massage here.

3. Mu Cang Chai Ecolodge
Located atop a small hill surrounded by beautiful rice fields, Mu Cang Chai Ecolodge is built in the traditional architectural style of the area with local materials and with the least negative impact can come to the natural environment.

The Mu Cang Chai Ecolodge is made up of traditional wooden houses with stilt houses with stunning views of Mu Cang Chai rice fields, one of the most beautiful houses in northern Vietnam. You will not be overwhelmed when walking around the surrounding area to admire the gentle terraced fields, nestled on the mountainside.

Mu Cang Chai is also a paradise for those who love photography. This is a place not to be missed if you take a photo tour in Vietnam.

4. Whale Island
Located about 90 km north of Nha Trang, in the beautiful Van Phong Bay and at the end of Dam Mon Peninsula, Whale Island is a worthy choice for you during your trip in Vietnam.

Thirty wooden houses, bamboo and thatched roofs perfectly fit the well-preserved natural setting. From your bungalow you will only need a few meters to jump into the clear water with corals.

Going on small hiking trails, you can come across some wildlife or simply to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the coastal reserve in Vietnam.

whale island resort

5. Les Bains de Hieu Ecolodge
Nestled in the heart of Pu Luong Nature Reserve, just over three hours drive from Hanoi, the Bains de Hieu eco-tourism area is an address that you cannot ignore when coming to Vietnam.

You are welcomed by a lovely Thai ethnic family, who will pamper you during your stay. The cozy wooden house, luxuriously decorated and in harmony with nature, will bring you comfort and relaxing moments with family and friends.

After a day of walking through rice fields and traditional ethnic villages, you'll love to swim in the waterfalls, get a massage and enjoy the good-crafted country food.

6. The Island Lodge
In the heart of the Mekong Delta, near the riverside town of My Tho, The Island Lodge welcomes you on a small island on the Mekong River. Twelve warm and spacious rooms with designer furniture and views of the Mekong River

Swimming pool, hot tub and sauna overlooking the Mekong River bring you comfort and comfort. You will be more surprised with the culinary flavors that skillfully combine Vietnamese flavors with the timeless elements of the French culinary tradition.

7. Mango Bay Resort
On Phu Quoc Island, Mango Bay Resort is a standard in responsible and theoretical tourism practice. Elegant wooden or stone houses, with minimalist but balanced decor and harmony with nature. Two wood-paneled restaurants serve Vietnamese and international dishes. The Beach Restaurant is one of the sexiest places on Phu Quoc Island to watch the sunset while sipping a signature cocktail.

By Hoai - Vivutravel Consultant