• Tour code: HBBG3
  • Tour type: Group tour
  • Tour Valid: December 31st 2017
  • Duration: 3days 2nights
  • Destination: Hanoi- Ba Be Lake - Ban Gioc Waterfall

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HTS Tour Ba Be Lake – Ban Gioc Waterfall 3 days 2 nights.

Ba Be Lake is actually 3 lakes joined together to form the largest natural freshwater lake in Vietnam. It is surrounded by some very nice scenery, limestone mountains, minority villages, much flora and fauna and some fishing villages. We will also visit the impressive Ban Gioc waterfalls, the largest waterfall in all of Vietnam and the world’s 4th largest border waterfall after Niagara, Iguacu and Victoria falls.

Brief itinerary:

  • Day 1: Hanoi – Ba Be Lake.
  • Day 2: Ba Be – Cao Bang – Ban Gioc.
  • Day 3: Cao Bang – Hanoi.

Price: US $ 210/ per person
– Join group is only arranged on Wednesday
– Group discount is available, please contact our sales staff at

Tour price includes:

  • A/C transfer
  • Entrance fees
  • Boat trip
  • All meals as mentioned
  • English speaking guide ( French on request )
  • Homestay.


  • From July to September, the climate is usually humid and hot.
  • From October to June brings cooler and more pleasant weather.

Tour price excludes:

  • Traditional music.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Drinks.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Tips.
  • kayaking.
  • Any other service not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Kayaking + 5USD.
  • Private room + 5USD/1pax.


  •  Children under 4 years old are FOC, sharing room with parent.
  • – Children from 5 to 11 years old are charged 70%, sharing room with parent.

What to bring:

  • Original passport, swimming suites, sun glasses, insect repellent.
  • Special requests on food (diet or vegetarian) please inform us before departure.
  • The itinerary may be subject to change due to the bad weather condition.

Day 1: Hanoi – Ba Be Lake (L, D)

7:am HTS tour guide will pick you up from your hotel for the journey to Ba Be Lake, a drive of approximately 150 miles. Along the way you will pause to visit a Tay minority community, the second largest ethnic group in Vietnam who mostly live off the cultivation of rice.

You will continue to Ba Be National Park for a boat ride along the Nang River, with time to explore Ba Be Lake, the caves of Puong Grotto, the rapids of the Dau Dang waterfall and a tiny island. You will also visit the stilt houses of the Tay community in Bo Lu Village, where you will spend the night in a homestay situation.

Day 2: Ba Be – Cao Bang – Ban Gioc (B, L, D)

After breakfast, you will depart for Cao Bằng, close to Vietnam’s northern border with China. You will meet the Nung people in the village of Phuoc Sen, a small village producing traditional farming tools.

You will see terraced rice fields all around, as you continue on to Ban Gioc Waterfall, the majestic falls that straddle the border between Vietnam and China. Spend some time at leisure, relaxing and taking photos as you soak up the sublime atmosphere of Vietnam’s most beautiful waterfall.
You will stay overnight in the Quang Uyen hotel.

Day 3: Cao Bang – Hanoi (B, L)

After a night at the hotel in Cao Bang, you will depart for your transfer south to Ha Noi. It is a journey of approximately 185 miles through many rice terraces and passing remote villages.

You will get the chance to stop at an ethnic village known for its tobacco production. This is a less traveled road in Vietnam and offers the chance to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the area.
There will be a stop for lunch along the way, before eventually reaching your hotel in Ha Noi, where the tour ends.

Babe Lake 3days 2nights

Type: Group tour

Duration: 3days 2nighs ( homestay )

1 Reviews

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  1. Jenifer says:

    Ba-Be Lake and the Ban Gioc Waterfall tour was enjoyed by my group of friends in January. We were picked up on time and our trip went well. We understood the English the guide spoke, in fact he had a sense of humour while explaining things, the boat cruise was very good and the waterfall was spectacular. One of the highlights for me was meeting the ethnic minorities and our home-stay.


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