I love travel and traveling, I have been traveling to most places in Vietnam, and many places in Indochina, and I also have traveled to more than 20 other countries across the globe.
Travel is to learn more about the life of the locals, not just a holiday and more important is about to keep the destinations better for our future generation to come back, that's why we set up Footprint Travel to show people around the World about Vietnam and Indochina while making it sustainable.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"We specialise in Vietnam, and with Laos and Cambodia.
We love to take you off the beaten path on a soft adventure, such as walking, trekking or cycling trips, however, we are 100% tailor-made to your expectation."
How did you get involved in travel?
"When I was a small child, my father told me many interesting stories about the places he had been to and how amazing the culture difference from place to place, that was the inspiration for me to apply to the tourism university.
In 1995, I did a 5 years study in tourism management and my dream came true when I first guided an American group around the North of Vietnam for 8 days, I started enjoying my job and it's been a part of my life since then.
In 1999, we did have some dream to set up a company and it came true for us in 2001 - Footprint Travel, to help travelers worldwide to know more about Vietnam.
Then I've been traveling since then to many parts of Indochina and the world and happy to say more than 20 countries I have been to and more counting."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I was once leading a trip to Ha Long Bay, we did a kayak through a limestone water cave and we were almost trapped inside the cave by the sudden change of the tide, after an hour managing and having many cuts on our feet and hands, we finally got out of the cave or we would have been starving for a day inside the dark cave."
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See all the classic highlights on this nine-day trip to magical Vietnam. Roam around the bustling streets of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, cruise on the azure waters of Ha Long Bay, and hike to villages and terraced rice paddies in the countryside. This tour is ideal for first-time visitors or travelers with limited time who want a well-rounded showcase of Vietnam's history, charm, and natural beauty.
This tour takes you around the major highlights of Vietnam, but along the lesser-traveled paths. Visit the coastal regions of Northern Vietnam that still remain unknown to many visitors. Get immersed in Vietnamese history in Hue, and experience a different side to popular Hoi An by being a local for one day. And of course, visit bustling Hanoi - the capital of Vietnam - which seamlessly blends the old and new.
Vietnam is a culturally and geographically diverse country, which you'll see first-hand on this tour covering the highlights of the north, central, and south. From the incredible karst formations of Halong Bay to the totally flat Mekong River Delta, the beautiful merchant houses of Hoi An to Ho Chi Minh City, you'll fall in love with Vietnam's wide array of sights and activities.
This two-week tour starts in Ho Chi Minh City and ends in Hanoi. Cycle around traditional farming villages, hike through national parks, explore grand architecture in Hoi An and Hue, and cruise around mesmerizing Halong Bay. Hitting all of Vietnam's highlights, you'll take in the very best this spectacular country has to offer.
Vietnam is a long, skinny country bookended by extremes: the northern areas bordering China are mountainous, while the Mekong Delta in the south is tropical. In between are vibrant cities, temperate highlands, and a huge range of natural attractions. While you can visit at any time of year, it's important to plan where you go around the country's climatic differences—you won't want to hit the beaches in summer, for example, or the northern mountains in winter. Read on for more tips on when to visit Vietnam.
On this 11-day tour of Vietnam, enjoy a mix of cultural and active tours. Begin in Ho Chi Minh City with sightseeing, then take a 21-bike ride from the Mekong Delta to Long An, passing orchards and villages along the way. Next, take a boat along the famed floating markets in Cai Be and Can Tho, before winding down with some free time to relax by the beach and visit the temples and markets of Phu Quoc.
Recent trip reviews for Sunny
VIETNAM CENTRAL HIGHLAND 3 DAYS · Vietnam - Dec 30 - Jan 1, 2018
Had a good trip . Good driver and guide . V interesting tours.
Food was also V good.
Only disappoint was the second nights accommodation, described as a homestay, l have stayed in many homestays across vietnam while they are all different this one could not be described as a homestay as there was nobody living there!
Because of this although I enjoyed the tour l would not use you again or recommend you as the homestay sold was not genuine. I appreciate the original homestay was not available but the one provide was not acceptable.