Located in the north of Central Highlands, Kon Tum province is on the junction of Indochina, sharing the border with Laos and Cambodia. With unique location and geographical characteristics (most of the province is high mountains of Truong Son range), the province has emerged as a new attraction for travelers seeking for less known paths.
Eight kilometres from the centre of Kon Tum city lies the Kon K’Tu eco-tourist village, which often amazes visitors with its unique and primitive natural beauty. To the east lies the imposing Kong Muk Mountain and a stunning sand bank stretches along the Dak Bla River. Along the path to the ecological forest, tourists have a chance to take in fresh air and the beautiful scenery of H’Lay and Map (Fat) Falls. Paddling along the peaceful Dak Bla River in rubber boats or dug-out canoes is another enjoyable activity.
This tour includes one day trekking and one night staying in the village, which suits well with travelers who has limited time in the central highlands.
- Pick-up/ drop-off transportation as in program
- Overnight stay in traditional house-on-stilts
- Breakfasts, lunches, dinner as indicated in the itinerary
- English-speaking guide
- Activities as indicated in each program
- Get to know the culture of Bahnar people, one of Vietnam’s 54 ethnic groups
- Emerge yourself in the beautiful landscape of a mountainous village
- Enjoy delicious local dishes
- Experience trekking in the forest and/or paddling along the river in dug-out canoes