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Image credit: Sam Whitney, 2015

We’ve got plenty of excuses to treat yourself to the Northern Horizons Tour, but who better to hear them from than the visitors who have experienced it firsthand. Here are our clients’ top five reasons to come on this spectacular trip.

Image credit: Bill Vaughn, 2015 
Get Invaluable Photography Guidance
“I was very much a beginner photographer and still have much to learn, but Colm and the team launched me into the world of f-stops, shutter speed and ISO. And to my surprise, I got some pretty amazing pictures. My husband got some National Geographic quality pictures--I truly mean it--his expertise improved immensely and I think he could sell his work.” – Jo Anna (USA)

Discover Breathtaking Hidden Scenery

“Mã Pì Lèng Gorge in Hà Giang is one of those few spots in Northern Vietnam where you stop and wonder, ‘how is this place not teeming with tourists?’ The views are astounding as you weave through the jagged mountainous terrain. The ViF crew does an amazing job uncovering this hidden corner of the country, and I recommend their tours to all friends who travel to Vietnam.” – Sam W (USA)

Image credit: Fokion Zissiadis, 2016

Meet The Local Ethnic Minorities

“The people are incredibly friendly and outside of the towns, are most often in traditional dress. These people are also some of the most friendly and welcoming people in Asia. The Vietnam in Focus team speaking the local language was essential. Highly recommended!” – Bruce (South Africa)​

Image credit: Fokion Zissiadis, 2016

Stay In Tranquil Accommodation

“Auberge de Meo Vac was amazing. The simple, yet luxurious accommodation hidden in the backroads of the small village provided resort-like amenities and the most delicious fusion Vietnamese food. A must-visit for any city dweller seeking a place of solitude and tranquil beauty.” – Michele L (Malaysia)

Image credit: Auberge de Meo Vac, 2017

Enjoy A Hands-On Experience

“Trudging through paddy fields to get to a photo op, and helping the field hands... now that is hands-on. The farmers were pretty surprised when we turned up and started mucking in...especially as I did it correctly. Give me a pick, axe, shovel any day...beats being stuck in a kitchen!” – Karen W (Australia)

Image credit: Colm Pierce, 2016

Join us

Colm’s Photography Tip

I always find that using people seems to bring out the best in a landscape. People add scale to the picture, it also draws the viewer into the picture, making the picture stronger, giving the photo a sort of personal touch the viewer can relate to. Karen Willshaw’s wonderful shot of women fishing in a river outside Mù Cang Chải is a very good example of this.

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Image credit: Karen Willshaw, 2016

Alex's Travel Tip

Look out for the 'chợ phiên', or small country markets in Hà Giang, which are always packed with local tribes people, trading, bargaining or simply catching up with old friends. Perfect for portraits, but also to get a real sense of daily life for the H'mong, Dzao and other ethnic minorities. You can even pick up some homemade mountain honey or a buffalo to take home!

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Image credit: Bill Vaughn, 2015

Northern Horizons Tour

Vietnam in Focus will be heading north in October 2017 on a scenic and inspiring photography tour - join us for an unforgettable journey through Vietnam's spectacular northern regions.

19th to 28th of October 2017
10 Days / 10 Nights
Hà Giang – Cao Bằng – Ba Bể Lake
Optional trip to Hạ Long Bay from 29th to 30th of October 

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