Friday, June 20, 2014

Northwest Beauty through Dutch Photographer’s Lens

Travelling throughout the Northwest region, Dutch photographer Mick Palarczyk took photographs of the land and the people.

Beautiful scenery in Tam Duong, Lai Chau.
Black Dao women in Tam Duong with complex hairstyles. Children's hats decorated with coins, believed to have the ability to dispel evil spirits.
Two H’mong girls at the Bac Ha Fair, Lao Cai.
This giant "butterfly", dress of a Hmong woman, airs out on a fence in a village on the Chay riverbank.
Hmong Hoa women in Bac Ha.
Lac Village in Mai Chau (Hoa Binh), surrounded by rice fields in a romantic valley.
A stilt house of the White Thai people in Lac Village.
The road in the village of White Thai people in Mai Chau.
Black Thai women bathe their children near Nam La River, Son La.
The "water wheel" in the Nam La River.
 Source: VNB

ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA would like to recommend Different Sapa - Different Trek tour.This trip gives you the best Sapa has to offer but not in the normal way. The traditional treks start in Sapa and finish back in Sapa. This special trek starts in Ben Den and finishes in Sapa. The trek is tougher but not less enjoyable since you trek through the hills and valleys of the Sapa region, discovering several different minorities along the way. You will experience overnight accommodation in the hospitable villages of Dzay, Tay and Dzao ethnic minorities. The apparent hardships are worth it though as we walk through some of the most spectacular scenery that Vietnam has to offer and experience unique villages culture.
  • Awesome scenery
  • Tough trails
  • Colorful minority groups


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