Camping at a waterfall near Hanoi is a good way to chill summer

Imagine camping in this natural park

About 80 km from Hanoi, the area of Ao waterfall – Thai Nguyen is one of the new camping spots that attract tourists. Vietnamese love nature and camping is a unique adventure to get away from the noise and pollution of big cities. This Sunday Morning, explore with us The Mo&Jen Camp Retreat. Must See In VIetnam Editor

The Mo&Jen Camp Retreat, ensconced in a setting of unspoiled nature and cool streams in Thai Nguyen Province, is an ideal camping destination during a hot summer.

Chill out in summer, camp at a waterfall near Hanoi

At the foot of Tam Dao mountain range, the Ngao waterfall in Dai Tu District has become a popular weekend retreat, easily accessed with a two-hour drive from Hanoi.

The road leading to the waterfall cuts through dense forests offering cool shelter from hot summer days.

Chill out in summer, camp at a waterfall near Hanoi

Promoted by travel bloggers as an ideal summer escape, the waterfall has drawn increasing numbers of people from the capital city. Of these, many choose to camp overnight in the area. 

Chill out in summer, camp at a waterfall near Hanoi

As tourist numbers increase, some families living near the waterfall have opened homestay facilities with camping and catering services. 

Around two kilometers from the Ngao Waterfall is the Mo&Jen Camp Retreat. It offers luxury camping services with amenities like bathrooms, toilets, mattresses, fans and food.

Chill out in summer, camp at a waterfall near Hanoi

The campsite has 11 tents that can accommodate four people each, all set up in a grove on the edge of a small stream. Each tent is equipped with mattresses, blankets and pillow. Apart from the 11 tents, there are several areas for families and groups of friends who want to camp with their own tents.

Chill out in summer, camp at a waterfall near Hanoi

The tents are always kept clean to prevent mosquitoes and other insects from disturbing the guests. A sit-out area outside the tents make it very convenient for guests to enjoy chill evenings around the warmth of a campfire.

Chill out in summer, camp at a waterfall near Hanoi

At night, guests are served grilled meat and saugages with bread, green vegetables and fruit. 

The price for overnight camping at the resort is VND1 million per person on weekdays and VND1.2 million on weekends, including meals.

Chill out in summer, camp at a waterfall near Hanoi

While camping near the Ngao Waterfall, visitors can trek through the surrounding forest alongside the stream and even swim where the flowing water forms a pond.

Chill out in summer, camp at a waterfall near Hanoi

Another attraction near the Ngao Waterfall is the Thien Tay Truc Pagoda built during the reign of the Mac Dynasty. 

The area is mainly inhabited by Dao ethnic minority community who mainly farm staple crops and grow tea.

E.VnExpress.net article by Tuan Dao with a touch of Must See In Vietnam Editor ❤️

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