Vietnam Central Highlands holidays
The Central Highlands Region, Tan Nguyen, is often referred to as the backbone of Vietnam. Home to nearly half the ethnic minority groups, it's still relatively sparsely populated, with small villages among the vast landscapes.
With a mountainous topography, the average high altitude means that the climate is much cooler than on the coast, making it perfect trekking territory, through stunning valleys, across farmland and up mountain peaks, stopping overnight in small villages to eat and drink with the locals.
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Vietnam has long been one of our favourite destinations. With beautiful beaches, dramatic landscapes, ancient culture, a fascinating history and mouth-watering cuisine, it's easy to see why travellers from across the world return to its shores time and time again.
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