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Northern Vietnam Feedback

I would love feedback on the first three days of my Vietnam itinerary. I land in Hanoi very late.

1st day: Drive to Cao Bang. Lunch. Finish drive and relax.
2nd day: Drive to Trung Khach District. Phuc Sen Village of the Nung people. Ban Gioc waterfall. Short walk to Quay Son River and bamboo raft to the waterfall. Lunch. On to Nguom Ngao limestone cave. Overnight in Cao Bang.
3rd day: Drive to Bac Son Valley in Lang Son province. Quynh Son village of the Tay people. Lunch at stilt house. Visit village. Hike to scenic views of valley. Homestay
4th day: Back to Hanoi.

Most of these place names are infrequent in trip reports and other people's comments. I am interested in getting off the beaten path, if I can. Very open to feedback.


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