HIGH TONKIN
HIGH TONKIN
Beyond hills and rivers
HIGH TONKIN
Like all trekking tours, you will have access to places inaccessible to mass tourism offering you privileged moments with nature and the people who live there. Alternation between short treks, long treks, visits and relaxation. Visit the most beautiful sites of Hanoi: the house and the mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh, the single pillar pagoda etc ... Perfume Pagoda the next day. Visit of typical and authentic villages throughout the trip. Meeting with local ethnic groups. Stop at Dien Bien Phu. Visit the remains of the old battlefield, hills, museum and General De Castrie's PC. Tam Duong Market, one of the most spectacular in North Vietnam. Discover the magical landscapes of Halong bays land and sea with an unforgettable day and night on a traditional junk.
STEPS IN YOUR JOURNEY
Hanoi - Hoa Binh - Mai Chau - Son La - Dien Bien - Lai Chau - Sin Ho - Tam Duong - Sa Pa - Bac Ha - Ha Long - Cat Ba
CIRCUIT MAP
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DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM
DEVELOP EVERY DAYS
  • Day 1
    Arrival at Hanoi.
    Hanoi, or its historical name entitled "Thang Long" which means "dragon in flight", was the main feudal capital of the country for hundreds of years, from the Ly Dynasty (in the 11th century) to the Dynasty of Le posterior (at the end of the 17th century). That is why until now the city of Hanoi still keeps the historical monuments, traditional and typical of the Vietnamese culture and the immortal values of the Hanoi’s people mind.
    Arrival at Noi Bai / Hanoi airport. Transfer to the hotel. Visit of Hanoi "The city located on the Red River". Walk in the residential area where are the former Palace of the Governor General of Indochina, the house and the mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh, the single pillar pagoda. Then the temple of Mount Jade, ride rickshaw in the old district guilds. In the evening: puppet show on the water. Night at the hotel.
    Option : If you do not want to visit the city right away because of the long flight, we will offer you a traditional massage of one hour with a supplement of 15 USD / person.
    Meals included: lunch and dinner
     
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  • Day 2
    Hanoi – Perfum pagoda – Hoa Binh
    (70km / 1h30 drive)
    Departure for the perfume pagoda, one of the most beautiful sites of Vietnam. On the side of a limestone mountain are perched pagodas and temples whose architecture blends perfectly with a very lush nature. Depending on the itinerary, from the pier, a paddling sampan takes you to the Yen River in 1 hour at the foot of the Perfume Mountain, but according to the rules of the pilgrimage, you have to make a stop at temple of the Presentations to ask the genius-guardian of the places permission to continue the journey. Then it will take you 3 hours to climb up the stairs and reach the pagoda of the Scented Footprint, a huge cave where stalactites and stalagmites form candelabra and altars. Back in sampan at the pier, then drive to Hoa Binh. Night at the hotel.
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 3
    Hoa Binh – Mai Chau
    (80km / 2h drive)
    Departure for Hoa Binh, a road that crosses beautiful landscapes of mountains planted with tea trees. Continue to Mai Chau. We leave definitely the flat country delta for the mountainous region. The first rice terraces appear, lined with banana groves. The habitat is also changing radically. The countryside is dotted with thatched cottages, among which the Muongs house, which is recognizable by its sloping roof and low stilts. Continuation of road and arrival to the valley of Mai Chau towards noon, serene and splendid, below the road: it is a beautiful puzzle that looms the rice fields cultivated by white Thais, whose hamlets are scattered around the borough. Visit of the two villages Van and Lac. The expert fingers of white Thai women perform all kinds of weavings. Those in their group are based on combinations of lozenges or variations on wild bristles. Overnight at the inhabitant (summary comfort). In the evening: show with dances to Khene sound, and plenty of rice alcohol.
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 4
    Mai Chau – Son La – Dien Bien
    (360km / 10h drive)
    Departure for Dien Bien through the small town of Son La. Stop for lunch. After, continue the road towards the west. Discovery of beautiful mountain scenery, verdant valleys of rice fields and villages of black Thai minorities. Indeed, the women and the black Thai girls who make rice or school, still wear their suit consisting of a long black skirt, straight and tight and a very tight bodice, bright color, closed on the front by a tight line of silver buttons. Under the bodice, from the base of the breasts to the waist, the women curl the torso of a long strip of fabric with a corset effect. Arrival at Bien Bien. Installation at the hotel. Overnight at Dien Bien.
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 5
    Dien Bien – Lai Chau
    (200km / 7h drive)
    Dien Bien Phu, symbol of the French defeat in Indochina, is also a very beautiful valley. Visit the remains of the old battlefield, hills, museum and General De Castrie's PC. Afternoon: Road to Lai Chau. Stop in H'mong and Meos villages. Overnight at the hotel
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner

    OPTION 2: For those who do not wish to visit Dien Bien Phu, it is possible to reach Lai Chau directly from Tuan Giao.

    Day 4: Mai Chau – Son La
    (360km / 10h drive)
    Road to Son La. Visit en route of beautiful mountain scenery, green valleys of rice fields and villages of black Thai minorities. Overnight at the hotel.
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner

    Day 5: Son La – Lai Chau
    (200km / 7h drive)
    Tuan Giao is a small chief district chief, at the foot of the pass, at the junction of the tracks for Dien Bien Phu, to the southwest, and Lai Chau, to the north - west. Leaving Tuan Giao the track crosses a small pass engages in a pleasant suite of valleys and gorges where alternate rice fields, banana plantations and vegetable crops. This route, however, allows to visit several Hmong Red villages, quite numerous around and on the plateau of Sin Chai that must be crossed, as well as some Kho Mu villages that are among the few of this ethnic group to have been established along the road. From a strictly aesthetic and ethnological point of view, this journey to reach Lai Chau is both shorter and more interesting than that of Dien Bien. Overnight at the hotel.
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 6
    Lai Chau – Sin Ho – Tam Duong
    (156km / 5h30 boat)
    Excursion to the plateau of Ta Phinh whose district headquarters is Sin Ho. Thirty kilometers north of Lai Chau, shortly after the large village of Chieng Chan, a track sinks to the right in a narrow gorge. The climb is fast, then the road, drivable (4x4) but not always in good condition, follows a long ridge line from which the views over the north-east of the province, to the borders of China, are superb. The final part of the climb, before reaching the plateau, is made of cornice, quite panoramic, at more than 1,500m of altitude whereas the majority of the surrounding hills hardly exceed 1,000 to 1,200 m. The arrival at Sin Ho is a delight for the eye. In the middle of a circus of limestone hills that rise towards the sky as if to make him columns of support, the rice fields are arranged in steps, in the manner of a Greek theater. Continue to Tam Duong. Overnight at the hotel.
     
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 7
    Tam Duong – Sa Pa
    (100km / 2h30 drive)
    The first interest of this place is the holding of the Sunday market district, 6 km on road of Lao Cai. This market is one of the most beautiful in Northern Vietnam today. Sellers and buyers come from all around, the most distant villages being more than a day's walk away. The beauty of the landscapes and the numerous surrounding villages can also encourage visitors to visit the Tam Duong area outside of the Sunday. Nothing is easier than taking one of the paths that go through the hills, either from Tam Duong itself or from the district market. Usually a path has ramifications en route, leading to hamlets Hmong and Dao for the most part. It is however necessary to inquire at the beginning on the length of the journeys, because if the nearest villages are less than an hour of walk, some are more than one day. This Tam Duong- Sapa course follows the Nam Na River Gorge after crossing the Black River. It is a journey in the wilderness, the villages are quite rare. The road, sometimes runway, is rather good, that is to say simply bumpy in acceptable proportions. Encounter en route of the Dao women who wear tunics and black or blue trousers covered with embroidery and big black turbans on a skull whose front part is shaved as soon as they are married; they also carry a great deal of wood, from the mountains down steep and sloping paths to the new points of sale along the road, run by Thai or Viet. Around the new houses some terraces have been developed for the cultivation of rice, maize and vegetables. Arriving at Sapa, the French settlers, attracted by the climate and the beauty of the landscape, had made Sapa a mountain resort. The city is located at 1650m, at the foot of Mount Fanxipan highest point of Vietnam at 3142m. Overnight at the hotel.
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 8
    Sa Pa – Bac Ha – Sa Pa
    (110km / 3h drive)
    Quaint, authentic and colorful: the weekly Bac Ha fair held on Sunday morning. Between 7 am and 9 am, roads and mountain tracks are very lively. There, a peasant pulls his donkey who does not want to move forward. Here, another holds a piglet at the end of a leash by pushing it with a bamboo whip. Others, wiser, prefer to carry the little pigs on the platform to avoid losing weight on the way to the fair. Some go by couple, the woman carrying on the back the stack of hoods that she braided, the man the jerry can of alcohol that he distilled. They put on their best clothes. Turbans of all shapes, red, blue or black, cross simpler chests planted with fresh tea leaves or embellished with silver coins. The colorful H'mong women and girls have donned their most beautiful skirts, all folded, that oscillate right and left with each step, making the grandmothers look like children. The tunics are finely embroidered and the aprons shimmering. The sellers offer basic necessities (groceries, books and school supplies, toiletries, haberdashery), relayed, according to rotations which differ, by the peasants who came to sell their production (vegetables, breeding, handicrafts). Finally women calculate the benefit of the day or compare the products, the girls are beautiful, the men clink at the rice alcohol while discussing horses and land. Walk to visit hamlets around Bac Ha: Ban Pho 1 and Ban Pho 2, inhabited by ethnic H'mong variegated. Visit the abandoned house of Huang A Tuong, a former H'mong chief. Back to Sapa. Overnight at the hotel.
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
    Note : Bac Ha market opens every Sunday, so if your stay does not fall on a Sunday, we suggest you either change the route a bit, or we'll take you to other authentic ethnic markets as, the market Coc Ly on Tuesday morning, the market Lung Khau Nhin Thursday morning or Can Cau market on Saturday morning.
     
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  • Day 9
    Sa Pa – Lao Cai – Night train for Hanoi
    (38km / 1h de route puis 354km / 8h30 de train)
    After breakfast, you will go to the village of Y Linh Ho where you will start your day hiking towards Red Dao, Hmong flower and Tay ethnic villages through the magnificent rice terraces. From above, you will have breathtaking views of the valleys : sources derived nearby hills, roofs balms are hiding in the shade and children laughing in the playgrounds. In the afternoon, you will continue the road to the village of Ta Van. Ta Van, which means "the great arc", is perched on the side of the Hoang Lien mountain. The village is located on the banks of Muong Hoa stream and surrounded by rice fields stepped forming arcs matching the mountain. Beyond the stream, we find the remains of votive steles, place of worship practices in Vietnam in the past. This area of ​​ancient steles has been recognized in 1994 as a historical and cultural relic of the country. It includes nearly 200 stone blocks of different sizes, carved images and ornaments inspired by the ancient mysteries of the culture of Lac Viet. At the end of the day you will have free time to meet the villagers, to ask them questions about their lives. Then transfer to Laocai station for the night train to Hanoi / train KING EXPRESS (or LIVITRANS EXPRESS or CHAPA EXPRESS) - Cabin with 4 berths for STANDARD & SUPERIOR categories; Cabin with 2 berths for DELUXE category / Departure 19h30. Night on board.
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 10
    Arrival at Hanoi – Ha Long
    (170km / 3h30 drive)
    The highlight of the trip is taking people to less touristy areas and cruise more to see the best parts of Ha Long. The place where we anchor is also very peaceful; far away from the place where hundreds of boats anchor at the same place.
     
    You will cross the entire North of the Red River Basin to reach Halong Bay.
    At Hon Gai harbor, transfer to our Junk with a welcome cocktail at 12h15. Welcome drink. Cruise through Halong Bay to Lan Ha bay while you are enjoying a seafood lunch. Boat-ride to CA tunnel and discover a hidden lake surrounded by cliffs full of monkeys (endangered species). Finally, the Junk will drop the anchor in a remote area free of tourists, in Ong Cam. Dinner and night aboard.
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 11
    Ha Long – Cat Ba
    (45km / 2h boat)
    From the island of Cat ba, you have the opportunity to make unforgettable cruises (especially on Halong Bay) that will enhance your trip to Vietnam. The island of Cat ba is the largest of all the islands that make up the archipelago of the same name. It has superb sandy beaches and beautiful coral reefs. This is one of the most popular tourist destinations
    After breakfast, you will discover the beauty and charm of Lan Ha Bay with its small wild beaches, tunnels and floating fishing villages. Visit a fish pond at Lan Ha Bay. Stop at Ba Trai Dao beach, very beautiful and wild for swimming. Return of cabins around 10:00. Lunch on board around 11am. We land on Cat Ba Island at 12:00.
    In the afternoon, you will visit Cat Ba National Park, which includes evergreen tree forests on the heights at 331 m altitude, wet forests at the foot of hills and coastal mangroves, not to mention many small freshwater lakes, sandy beaches and coral reefs offshore. It is inhabited by 28 species of mammals, 37 species of birds, 20 species of reptiles and 200 species of fish. 2-hour hike to the top of the park, from where the look embraces the island. You will find a tree of a rare species "trees with chopsticks". It is so named because its wood, responsive to food poisons, was used to make baguettes used in court, eternal field of intrigues. Take motorbike/car to go to Cat Ba National Park, the Worlds Biosphere Reserve with spectacular scenery and a high diversity of landscapes (about 40 mins driving each way). Do trekking through jungle & forest and go up to the view point (it is about 2.5 hours trekking but can be more or less depending on your speed). Installation at the hotel. Overnight at Cat Ba.
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 12
    Cat Ba – Hai Phong - Hanoi
    (35km / 1h boat then 100km / 2h drive)
    In the morning, visit the Cat Ba Fish Market, then board a ferry boat to Hai Phong. Arrive at Hai Phong and drive into the French colonial style city, famous for its flamboyant streets and avenues. Visit Hang Du Pagoda, Hang Kenh Communal House, then continue to Ha Noi. Installation at the hotel.
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 13
    Hanoi – Return flight.
    Continuation of the visit of the Hanoi city by the Ethnography museum, the Grand Genius temple and the pagoda of the Defense of the Motherland located at the edge of the Great West Lake, the Temple of Literature (1st Vietnamese University of the 11th century). You are free until transfer to Noi Bai airport and return flight. End of the trip.
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch
     
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TRAVEL PRICE (Prix par personne en EUR)
ESTIMATED PRICE
(Depending on season, types of accommodation and activities)
  • The estimated budget for this trip is from 929 € / person.
  • Talking about fixed prices when discussing about a tailored trip makes little sense. Indeed, it varies depending on many factors (quality of services, period, turnaround time and many more).
 
PRICE OF THE TRIP
(Price by person in EURO)
Those price are valid till 09/30/2023
 
Category of Hotels Group
of 2
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of 3- 5
Group
of 6- 9
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NOTES
City name/ List of hotels Standard Superior Deluxe
HA NOI

Artisan Lakeview Hotel**

http://the-artisan-lakeview-hotel.hanoihotelsvietnam.net/en/
Solaria Hanoi Hotel***
https://www.solariahotel.com/

Hanoi Pearl Hotel****

https://www.hanoipearlhotel.com/
 
HOA BINH
Sakura Hotel
http://khachsanhoadao.com.vn/
Grand Hotel***
http://grandhoabinhhotel.com/
Grand Hotel***

http://grandhoabinhhotel.com/

MAI CHAU
Homestay
(Basic comfort)
Homestay
(Basic comfort)
Homestay
(Basic comfort)
SON LA
Windsor Hotel**
https://windsorhotelsonla.com/
Muong Thanh Luxury Son La***
http://luxurysonla.muongthanh.com/
Muong Thanh Luxury Son La***
http://luxurysonla.muongthanh.com/
DIEN BIEN
Him Lam Dien Bien**
https://himlamresort.vn/
Muong Thanh Grand Dien Bien***
http://dienbienphu.muongthanh.com
Muong Thanh Grand Dien Bien***
http://dienbienphu.muongthanh.com
LAI CHAU
Muong Thanh Lai Chau
http://laichau.muongthanh.com/
Hoang Nham Hotel***
http://hoangnhamhotel.vn/

 
Hoang Nham Hotel***
http://hoangnhamhotel.vn/

 
SA PA
Saparis Hotel**
https://saparishotel.business.site/
Amazing Sapa***
https://amazinghotel.com.vn/

 
Pistachio****
https://pistachiohotel.com
NIGHT TRAIN
King Express
http://www.kingexpresstrain.vn/fr/
King Express
http://www.kingexpresstrain.vn/fr/
Chapa Express
http://www.chapaexpresstrain.com.vn/
HALONG
Catba Imperial
http://www.catbajonques.com/en/out-boats/cat-ba-imperial/
Catba Imperial
http://www.catbajonques.com/en/out-boats/cat-ba-imperial/
Catba Imperial
http://www.catbajonques.com/en/out-boats/cat-ba-imperial/
CAT BA
Sea Pearl Cat Ba Hotel***
https://seapearlcatbahotel.com.vn/
Cat Ba Paradise Hotel***
https://catbaparadisehotel.com.vn/

Catba Island Resort & Spa****

https://catbaislandresort.com/

These prices include
  • Land transport by private vehicle, air-conditioned
  • Hotel accommodation mentioned in the program or similar, breakfast included
  • Lunch and dinner (at local restaurants and / or at the hotel and on board the boats)
  • The assistance of the English speaker-guide
  • Entrance tickets for the visits mentioned in the program
  • Night train tickets Laocai / Hanoi
  • Rickshaw Tour in Old Hanoi
  • The water puppet show in Hanoi
  • The day aboard a junk in Halong Bay including lunch and dinner with seafood
  • The private boat tour Chua Huong Pagoda
These prices do not include
  • International flights
  • Visa fees
  • Drinks, tips, personal expenses
  • Insurance and assistance
  • Any other service not mentioned above
This trip interests you ? Book your trip
NOS CLIENTS VOUS PARLENT DE CE VOYAGE

Alain CLEMENT

08/11/2021
Bonjour monsieur Tony Duong
 
 Nous sommes bien rentrés en France après le magnifique voyage au Vietnam que nous avons fait grâce à Mandarin Road et Prèt-à-Partir Angers.
 
 Je voulais encore vous remercier, ainsi que toute votre formidable équipe, pour le belle surprise d’anniversaire que vous m’avez faite.
 
 Sincères remerciements et salutations distinguées
 
 Alain CLEMENT
 
CLEMENT (Groupe de 02 personnes)
 
Séjour au Vietnam du 02 au  11 Mars 2018
Email : multivers@orange.fr


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Un grand merci à Mandarin Road ! Très bonne organisation du voyage (liaison de transports, planning des activités). L’équipe (et surtout Tina) était à notre écoute et répondait de manière très réactive à nos besoins éventuels. La nourriture était de bonne qualité tout au long du voyage. Mention spéciale pour notre séjour à Siemp Reap : guide super, bel hôtel, planning bien actif.
Points d’amélioration éventuels :
         Le fait d’aller à Can Tho a représenté beaucoup de routes (4h-5h) pour quelques balades sur place. Pour nous ça ressemblait aux activités déjà faites dans le centre (cours de cuisine, balade sur des rivières/fleuves) .
         L’hôtel à Can tho n’était pas de bonne qualité.
         Super guide au sud qui connaissait vraiment beaucoup de choses.
         Siem Reap : le guide a changé un peu le programme pour nous permettre l’ensemble des monuments à voir. Apparemment tous les beaux monuments à voir n’était pas prévus dans le programme initial.
Les + :
         Siemp reap
         La baie d’Along
         Hanoi : visite de la ville  et des musées avec le guide
          Hué : ville impériale
Nous restons à votre disposition si besoin, 
Bien cordialement,
Athena et Jean-Charles Campisciano
 
 
CAMPISCIANO (Groupe de 02 personnes)
 
Séjour au Vietnam du 27 Décembre 2017 au 13 Janvier 2018.
Email : athenaetjc@gmail.com
 


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Bonjour,
 
Je prends finalement le temps de vous écrire un petit mot pour vous dire comment nous avons tellement aimé notre voyage.  C’était la première fois que nous faisions un voyage avec un guide et un chauffeur juste pour nous.  Nous avons vraiment aimé que la personne en charge de nous chez Mandarin Road nous contacte la première journée de notre voyage pour s’assurer que nous allions bien.
 
Nous avons aimé le fait qu’il y avait de la flexibilité tant lorsque c’était le choix de préparer notre itinéraire que lors du voyage. Siri nous demandait quand nous avions faim et si nous lui disions que nous voulions arrêter pour prendre un café ou aller aux toilettes, il n’y avait jamais de problème.  Nous avons beaucoup aimé arrêter dans des endroits non touristiques pour manger. Siri nous présentait le menu et les spécialités.  Nous n’avions pas peur d’essayer de nouvelles choses.
 
Siri était toujours de bonne humeur et nous comptait pleins d’anecdotes ou de l’histoire. Elle pouvait jaser à la fois avec nous ou avec nos garçons d’histoire, de culture ou même de sa vie de famille.  Pour nous il était très important de voir comment vivent les Thaïlandais et nous avons adoré toutes nos discussions. Elle nous faisait goûter des choses que nous n’aurions pas eu le courage de goûter par nous-même.
 
Il y a des journées où nous étions fatigués et nous ne voulions pas faire de shopping. Elle n’hésitait pas à modifier l’horaire pour nous permettre de nous reposer d’avantage. Nous avons eu un petit incident dans un salon de massage et elle a pris cela en mains et a contacté la propriétaire pour régler la situation. Nous avons vraiment apprécié.
 
Nous n’hésiterons pas à faire appel à vos services si jamais nous désirons faire un autre voyage où nous pouvons y aller avec un guide.
 
C’est vraiment une excellente façon de voyager.
 
Merci pour tout!
 
Nadine, Serge, Jacob et Alexis Raymond
 
 
RAYMOND (Groupe de 02 personnes)
 
Séjour en Thailande du 22  au 28 Août 2018.
Email : Nadine.Raymond@cra-arc.gc.ca


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Elisabeth FOUCHER

08/11/2021
Elisabeth FOUCHER
La Rochelle
France
 
À Mandarin Road
La Rochelle, le 01/08/2018
 
 
Cette lettre pour vous remercier d’avoir préparé notre voyage à Hanoi et la baie d’Along.
 
Vous avez respectés tous nos désirs.
Grace à vous, notre voyage s’est parfaitement déroulé avec un guide cultivé et compétent et un chauffeur très adroit.
Un grand merci à vous tous et spécialement à Anita.
 
E. Fouchet
 
FOUCHET (Groupe de 02 personnes)
 
Séjour au Vietnam du 19 au  25 Mai 2018
Email : lespionpions@gmail.com


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Patrick CURTIT

14/06/2019

Bonjour Mandarin Road,

Rentrez hier de ce séjour magnifique, je tenais à vous informer que tout c’est très bien passé.

L’agence Thailandaise que vous aviez mandatée est d’un professionnalisme exemplaire.

Je ne manquerai pas de parler de Mandarin Road autour de moi pour votre sérieux dans l’organisation, si vous avez un document a me faire remplir suite à ce séjour n’hésitez pas a me le transmettre.
 

Bien Cordialement,

Patrick CURTIT (Groupe de 2 personnes)

Séjour en Thailande du 01 au 12 février 2015

Email : 10742@levoyageautrement.com

 
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Mr et Mme Pellet

14/06/2019

Bonjour Monsieur Tony DUONG,

Nous venions vous remercier pour ce beau voyage au Vietnam qui s'est bien passé grâce à vous pour l'élaboration du circuit, et grâce à vos guides à nos côtés pour les visites.
Notre guide à Hanoï était trés compétente et trés professionnelle, et nous a accompagné jusqu'à l'aéroport pour Hué.

 

Puis nous avons rencontré notre Guide HUE à Hue qui nous a agréablement surpris par sa maitrise de la langue française, sa compétence professionnelle, son humour, nous l'avons beaucoup appréciée, elle a toujours été à l'écoute de ce que nous souhaitions.

Les chauffeurs aussi ont été parfaits et les véhicules confortables et en bon état.

Nous avons particulièrement aimé les derniers jours à Hoi-An où nous avons découvert des petits villages, fait du vélo ... avec notre guide.

La seule chose que nous regrettons un peu est le côté trop touristique de la baie d'Along, il y avait beaucoup de monde et deux personnes de notre famille ont été malades aprés le premier repas pris sur le bateau (problème alimentaire ???).

Cela a un peu gâché les deux jours. Nous pensons qu'il vaudrait peut-être mieux proposer un circuit sur une partie de la baie moins touristique.

En conclusion, nous avons pu voir beaucoup de choses en peu de temps et cela grâce à votre organisation sans faille, et aux bons guides et chauffeurs.

Merci pour tout. À noter, les hôtels de qualité, toujours bien placés. Les repas étaient toujours dans des endroits superbes, surtout le repas d'accueil le premier soir à Hanoï ...Nous avons bien apprécié la formule demi-pension nous laissant libres le soir. Nous ne manquerons pas de recommander votre agence à des amis ou des proches.

Bien cordialement.

Mr et Mme Pellet (Groupe de 4 personnes)

Séjour au Vietnam du 10 au 17 août 2014

Email : pelletj@orange.fr

 
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