Vietnam Travel Guide
From north to south, Vietnam is over 1,650 km long, and one of the most geographically diverse countries in all Southeast Asia. For many travelers, it’s the country’s central region that offers the greatest abundance of divergent experiences within the most convenient travel radius. From trekking the world’s largest caves in Phong Nha, to sunning yourself along some of the longest beaches you’ve ever seen in Da Nang. From devouring everything in sight and then trying to fit into your custom made suit in Hoi An, to embracing the waterfalls of Nha Trang. You’ve reached the ultimate destination whether you’re an avid adventurer, foodie, beach bum, or aspiring travel photographer. With both rapidly developing city centers and blissful rural retreats, the area offers a unique blend of the North and South of Vietnam.
Departful contributor Madeline Burch lived in Vietnam for nearly seven months this past year, and her experiences in Central Vietnam were without a doubt amongst her most memorable. She’s already planning her return visit to the region, and after checking out these articles we’re sure you will be too.