Tam Nong Phu ThoTam Nong, Phu Tho Province, Vietnam
Tam Nong Phu Tho, a mountainous district of Phu Tho Province is located the northwest Vietnam, about 3 hour drive from Hanoi. Tam Nong district covers an area of 156 square kilometres, offering off the beaten path hiking tours, trekking, homestay, road cycling, mountain biking, motorbike, and motorcycle tours from Hanoi. The districts contains 1 […]
Tam Nong Phu Tho, a mountainous district of Phu Tho Province is located the northwest Vietnam, about 3 hour drive from Hanoi. Tam Nong district covers an area of 156 square kilometres, offering off the beaten path hiking tours, trekking, homestay, road cycling, mountain biking, motorbike, and motorcycle tours from Hanoi.
The districts contains 1 township and 19 communes including Hung Hoa, Hung Do, Quang Huc, Hien Quan, Thanh Uyen, Tam Cuong, Van Luong, Co Tiet, Huong Non, Tho Van, Di Nau, Dau Duong, Thuong Nong, Hong Da, Phuong Thinh, Te Le, Tu My, Xuan Quang, Huong Nha, and Vuc Truong.
Vietnamese ethnic groups the Kinh, Muong, Dao and San Chay are the dominant ethnic groups which live in the area. The Dao build their houses in the traditional style, built either on stilts, level with the ground or half on stilts and the other half beaten with earth. Du village, located within the Xuan Son National Park is a tourist attraction.
Getting to Tam Nong Phu Tho
The best way to get to Tam Nong from Hanoi is to rent a car with driver. You will be picked up in Hanoi and directly brought to Tam Nong Vietnam. Those who are on budget can take local public bus. There are few direct buses from My Dinh bus station to Tam Nong. Otherwise Hanoi Viet Tri bus takes about 4 hours on road. Upon your arrival in Viet Tri, you can either take Phu Tho local bus or motor-taxi to get to Tam Nong. Booking a guided tour (with a tour guide) is highly recommended. An English-speaking guide is really helpful in an such off the beaten path destination like Tam Nong Vietnam.
Tam Nong Phu Tho weather
Tam Nong is located in the subtropical monsoon region Vietnam weather. The township has recorded average temperature of 23.5 °C (74.3 °F); the highest temperature and the lowest temperatures recorded have been 29 °C (84 °F) (July) and 15 °C (59 °F) (February), respectively. The average rainfall varies between 1,600 millimetres (63 in) and 1,800 millimetres (71 in). Humidity is high during the monsoon season from May to October with the annual average figure of 85%; in the dry season it goes below 80%. Precipitation is in the form of rainfall, most of it falling during the monsoon period. Most of the rain usually falls between April and September.
Phu Tho Tam Nong Hiking
Trekking is the best way to explore Tam Nong Vietnam. Discover Tam Nong tropical forest, karst mountains and Tay, Nung, Dzao hill tribes on a jungle trek. Whether it is a single day hike or multi day trek we have something to suit everybody. Maybe you just want to trek through the primitive forest or maybe you really want to get away from the crowds we have something to suit.
We can combine most treks with other activities such as road cycling, mountain bike tours, charity projects, educational, student travel, community, volunteer works. If you need any further information or you can’t see what you are looking for please contact us we will be happy to help.
Phu Tho Tam Nong Cycling
Cycling in Tam Nong Vietnam to discover another Vietnam’s hidden place. Tam Nong district has sealed, paved roads, and mountain trails offering fantastic bike rides for enthusiastic mountain bikers. We have a range of road cycling and mountain bike tours around Tam Nong and the Phu Tho region, providing options for both those who want some mountainous challenges and those who prefer long flat rides.
Phu Tho tours
Check out our best Phu Tho packages including Phu Tho trekking, hiking tours, Phu Tho road trips, bike ride, motorbike, motorcycle tours are customized for small group tours, and family holidays in Vietnam. Traveling these all-inclusive packages you will discover the province of Phu Tho as well as other non-touristy places in the northern region of Vietnam.