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Community Based Tourism in Hoang Su Phi

Isolated in rough off – road areas, Hoang Su Phi can get overshadowed by more popular nearby destinations such as Quan Ba and Dong Van. However, that's not to say that there aren't amazing things to see and do in this under-the-radar destination. This time, we took a 4-day inspection trip, co-organized by CRED and RTC Vietnam, to Vietnam’s most impressive terraced rice field destination that is home to cultural diversity, truly authentic experiences and the extensive trail networks (from easy to tough adventures). And here are introduction about Hoang Su Phi CBT and our few highlights from our trip. ...READ MORE

Earth hour 2017 – Save Energy Inside And Spend Energy Outside With Footprint

Earth Hour is fast approaching on Saturday, March 25, 2017 from 8:30 PM to 9:30. This is a chance to celebrate our gratitude to our mother planet as well as think about our impact on her. While turning off the electronic appliances, we not only save money on energy bills, but also focus on activities outside. These are advises from Footprinters and their plan to enjoy this year’s Earth Hour, instead of sitting in the dark. ...READ MORE

Hanoi’s Nighttime Flower Market

Not too far outside Hanoi’s old quarter is Hanoi’s fabulous flower market. Many have never had the opportunity to experience the bustling, naturally-perfumed marketplace because it takes place starting at about 3 am. ...READ MORE

How Footprint Travel’s Volunteer Tourism Connect Cultures and Support Community

Volunteer tourism has become a popular growing travel trend for the past few years. Travelers spend their money on the opportunity to do volunteer work in another country. Some say it’s a moral practice contributing to the local community where they travel to, while others say it does more harm than good. With mission rooted in responsible travel, we act as a bridge between you and the host and help you take our mission to the next level. Today, we sat down with Son – Footprint’s co-founder to talk about our activities towards volunteer tourism. ...READ MORE