Mai Chau Tours - Best Mai Chau Daily Travel Packages 2023/2024

Interesting Tours for First-time Travelers to Mai Chau

Hanoi - Duration: 2 Days/ 1 Night
Hanoi - Duration: 1 Day
Hanoi - Duration: 2 Days/ 1 Night
Hanoi - Duration: 3 Days/ 2 Nights
Hanoi - Mai Chau - Pu Luong 3 Days/ 2 Nights
Hanoi - Duration: 15 Days/ 14 Nights
Hanoi > Mai Chau 2 Days/ 1 Night

Highlights

  • Visit ethnic villages, emerald rice paddles, breathtaking rivers, and lovely stilt houses.
  • Enjoy delectable specialities like sticky rice cooked in bamboo cylinders and bitter bamboo shoots.
  • Hiking, cycling, rock climbing, and trekking are all options.

 

Tips

  • To organize a high-quality Mai Chau tour, please work with an experienced travel agency.
  • Don’t forget to bring sun protection such as an umbrella, hat, sunscreen and sunglasses. Bring some reusable bags to collect any trash. Remember “take only pictures, leave only traces”.
  • Take your camera with you as you travel through many breathtaking scenes or breathtaking landscapes.

 

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ALL THE BEST OF MAI CHAU

Best time to visit Mai Chau

Because of the mountainous terrain, the climate in Mai Chau is mild and pleasant all year. You can visit Mai Chau at any time of year, but the best time to go is at the end of winter and early spring. Mai Chau has many different beauties during the summer months, but it is exhausting to travel in the heat of the sun.

Weather in Mai Chau, Hoa Binh

Weather in Mai Chau, Hoa Binh

The best months to visit Mai Chau Valley are March to May and September to November. October is possibly the best month because harvesting occurs and the rice puts on a glorious golden hue. If you visit between June and August, be aware that monsoons can cause local roads to flood.

Best places to visit in Mai Chau

Lac Village and Pom Coong Village

Lac Village

Lac Village

Ethnic villages are a must-see on any trip to Mai Chau. You can not only relax and cycle around the emerald green rice paddies, but you can also observe how people work in the fields and talk with local White Thai people.

 Mo Luong Cave and Chieu Cave

Mo Luong Cave

Mo Luong Cave

If you enjoy hiking and trekking, Mo Luong Cave and Chieu Cave are must-sees. Discovering the colourful caves in Mai Chau is an exciting activity that attracts many adventurous tourists.

Pa Co Market

Dancing in Pa Co market

Dancing in Pa Co market

Pa Co Market in Mai Chau is a bustling ethnic market. Every week, it takes place on Sunday. There are many local raw materials and traditional tapestries. Pa Co Market is a cultural space where ethnic minorities can not only exchange goods but also meet new friends and chat.

Pu Luong Nature Reserve

Pu Luong Nature Reserve

Pu Luong Nature Reserve

If travellers have three days or more, consider staying in Pu Luong to continue your cycling tour to our picturesque ethnic villages. It is well-known for its golden rice fields and magnificent waterwheels,

Best food in Mai Chau

Aside from its natural beauty, Mai Chau is famous for its delectable local cuisine. Some of the best dishes in Mai Chau are com lam, lon mang, ga doi, oc nui, etc.

Steamed sticky rice in bamboo tubes (Cơm lam)

Com lam

Com lam

In Mai Chau, they produce the most delicious and high-quality rice with a sweet, mild taste and aromatic aroma. Try Com Lam when you visit these beautiful villages.

 Mán pork (lợn mán)

Lon man

Lon man

It seems that pork is a common food that we eat every day. However, the White Thai of Mai Chau have a special type of pig that can be used to make an addictive food called ‘Man’ pork. Pigs in Mai Chau are raised in the wild, so their meat is juicier and lower in fat than regular pork. Eating grilled food in Mai Chau’s cool weather is the best thing in the world.

Hill chicken (gà đồi)

Boiled chicken

Boiled chicken

The chickens here are known as ‘hill chickens’ because they are raised in the wild. They are free to roam the hills and are not confined to the farm. As a result, the meat of the hill chicken is firmer and the fragrance is more daring.

Mountain snail (ốc núi)

Oc nui

Oc nui

This type of snail lives in streams and only appears in the summer. Mai Chau has many small streams, which mountain snails with very crispy meat inhabit.

 

There are still lots of things in Mai Chau waiting for you to explore. If, you are interested in Mai Chau tours, feel free to can contact us for more information.

 

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