Day 1: Hanoi arrival Ha Giang (overnight in Ha Giang town) (L, D)
Day 2: Ha Giang charity activities in Meo Vac, Dong Van (B, L, D)
Day 3: Dong Van charity to most remote villages (B, L, D)
Day 4: Dong Van – Hanoi (B, L)
Day 5: Hanoi city tour and departure (B, L)
Day 1: Hanoi arrival Ha Giang remote town (L, D)
Go Asia Travel guide, driver, and staff in charge of charity pick you up at airport and transfer to Ha Giang. Stop en route for lunch in Tuyen Quang. Arrival Ha Giang in the late afternoon, spending the rest day by strolling around Tay Village to admire the peaceful sunset in great countryside. In addition, the exceptional greeting and local rice from the hosts are surely the highlights of the night enjoy dinner and overnight in local guest house.
Day 2: Ha Giang – Meo Vac – Dong Van (B, L, D)
Have breakfast then start a highlight day by heading to Meo Vac- the most remote commune in Ha Giang, visit the poorest families, giving children clothes, foods, course books and others which are necessary for them. We understand more about their life and you may sponsor them scholarship after meeting with headmaster of schools there. Then drive to Dong Van Plateau, the region is famed for magnificent limestone pinnacles, valleys, green terrace rice fields. Stop in Sung La Village with famous film “Story of Pao”. Leaving to Lung Cu Peak of 1800m above the sea level then continues to Vuong Palace. Arrival Dong Van Town in late afternoon for leisurely wonder the ancient streets lined with H’mong homes of clay bricks and tiles roofs built centuries ago. We have dinner and overnight at hotel in Dong Van.
Day 3: Dong Van charity activity in schools (B, L, D)
After breakfast, our guide contacts to the head of school in Dong Van, you will know which children who meet the most difficulties in their life. We meet them, visit their family and give them foods, clothes, necessary things to study in school. We also offer scholarship to motivate them to keep on studying. This day, we have to walk to the furthest village to do all for poor children. We have dinner and overnight in Dong Van hotel.
Day 4: Dong Van – Hanoi (B, L)
Transfer back Hanoi through Vinh Phuc province, the homeland of Trung Sister to visit the Temple and learning about the first major revolt and is still one of the most celebrated in Vietnamese history. We come back to Hanoi in late afternoon.
Day 5: Relax and visit some main destination before departure (B, L)
In the morning, visit Ho Chi Minh complex including Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Presidential Palace, Stilt-house and One a Pillar pagoda, and then visit the first university in Vietnam – Temple of literature to understand more about our education progress. We come back to hotel for check out, have lunch and transfer you to airport.
In the packages of Vietnam Charity tours
Notes on Charity tour in Vietnam:
Accommodation and foods:
We aim to do charity, so staying in 2 or 3 star hotel in Hanoi is the best solution that makes you feel healthy and comfortable or even safe. You will enjoy the absolute local foods cooked by local people with hygiene and quality.
What to bring:
You had better take sun cream, insect repellent, bottled water, and comfortable but formal clothes. Go Asia Travel will wrap all necessary charity offerings in to a box together with your offerings.
Guide acted as interpreter:
Our guide will help you with Vietnamese/English reverse conversations with our staff’s support to pre-contact to local government and authority under the name of our company.
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Charity Tour included:
- Private transport with all entrance tickets
- Accommodations based on twin share standard room at selected hotel
- English speaking guide acted as interpreter on whole trip
- Meals as mentioned on detail itinerary (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
- Our staff who takes care of charity activities will accompany you the whole trip
- Clothes, course books wrapped by Go Asia Travel with your sponsoring policy
Charity Tour excluded:
- International and domestic flights
- Visas & visa fee, travel insurance, tips & gratuities
- Personal expenditure like shopping, drink, laundry, phone