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Highland Eco Tours

Kontum, Vietnam
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Paraic Garry wrote a review Mar 2020
Phnom Penh, Cambodia2 contributions2 helpful votes
I did a 2 day/1 night cultural tour where I biked around the beautiful countryside around Kon Tum and visited interesting, friendly and charming minority tribe villages. I stayed in a lovely homestay in one of the villages and got a delicious and plentiful dinner and breakfast there, as well as another lunch on the road. My guide, Nhi was very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. Her English is excellent and she speaks several languages of the local tribes as well as Vietnamese. Even when the tour was finishes, the company was very helpful and kind, inviting me to other events in the town and allowing me to use their motorbike. It was an incredible trip and great value for money! The airport in Pleiku is also very nice and small and easy to go through.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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michael366 wrote a review Dec 2019
London, United Kingdom11 contributions1 helpful vote
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Booked the 4D 3N tour from Hoi An to Boun Ma Thout with driver and guide (Mr. Manh) in Toyota 4WD. Program was very well put together and executed. Be prepared for a couple of long drives (day 1 and 3). Day 2 was the highlight of the tour as we visited the orphanage in Kon Tum, sailed the river in a wooden canoe and stayed in a lovely home stay in a remote village. Suggest to bring some small gifts to the local community (2nd hand clothes, pens, books and sweets will be popular). This trip is highly recommend if you want to get of the beaten tourists track in Vietnam, as you will hardly see any western travellers.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ConradVanMaaren wrote a review Mar 2019
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Hawkeye was the best tour guide a person could have. Very knowledgeable and full of Vietnam War history. Had experienced most of it himself. Went to Dakto and military base located there during the war. Also visited 3 villages and the all wooden church in Kon Tum. He brought us to Bo Ne on Le Hong Phong Street for lunch. We loved it so much, we went back again. It was quickly evident, that our tour was going to be well worth it.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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dashanedho wrote a review Feb 2019
Copenhagen Region, Denmark41 contributions43 helpful votes
Kontum was the destination because of the possibility to visit villages of different ethnic minorities. Actually one can visit them on foot or by bike independently. Only in this way one doesn't learn hardly anything because of the language barrier. Therefore we looked for a guide and found very good reviews of this company. Originally we wanted to go for a three day trek but because it was unusually hot for February (31± degrees), we agreed on one day hike and two days motorcycle tour. Very well worth for the money (all rates are clearly mentioned on the website) because of the conversation we had with both guides: Ní, a Bahnar girl who walked with us through the mostly Bahnar villages, and Mr. Huynh, the owner of the agency, poet, ex literature teacher, polyglot and beer lover. Highly recommended!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Sonia wrote a review Jan 2019
Lausanne, Switzerland6 contributions2 helpful votes
Had an amazing time exploring Kon Tum area and ethnic minority villages with Mr. Manh and Mr. Huynh, from Highland Eco Tours. Both are extremely experimented and knowledgeable guides. Authentic immersion in the heart of the Highlands. Fellow travellers, if you want to get away from the mass and live a memorable experience, go to Kon Tum, and grab a coffee at Highlands Eco Tours. Thank you, I ll definitely come back.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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