(HBO) – Hoa Binh province has what it takes to develop agri-tourism. The province is home to more than 88,400 hectares of agricultural land, including 4,700 hectares of citrus fruits, over 6,500 hectares of purple and green sugarcanes and 11,000 hectares of vegetables. It also has more than 4,700 cages of fish, mostly in the Hoa Binh Reservoir.
Hoa Binh lake is a tourist destination.
Binh is nationally renowned for a variety of agricultural specialties, such as
Cao Phong and Lac Thuy oranges, Tan Lac and Yen Thuy pomelos, Da River prawn
and fish, and purple sugarcane. Many orange farms in Cao Phong have strived to
make the most of their potential by combining agriculture and tourism.
naturally blessed with scenic rolling limestone mountains and magnificent
caves, particularly Dau Rong caves and mountains in Cao Phong district, Tien
Pagoda’s caves in Lac Thuy district, Ngoi Hoa and Nam Son caves in Tan Lac district,
and Trung Son cave in Luong Son district; and a number of primitive tropical
forests as well as nature reserves, namely Pu Canh, Ngoc Son – Ngo Luong,
Thuong Tien, and Hang Kia – Pa Co.
popular Hoa Binh Reservoir, which has 47 islets and islands, is dubbed as Ha
Long Bay on land. It holds large potential for the locals to develop eco-tours
and adventure tours, most favoured by young people and foreign travelers.
province, which has a total population of 850,000, is one of the most
ethnically diverse province in Vietnam. It is inhabited by various ethnic
minority groups, such as Muong, Thai, Tay, Dao and Mong, which together account
for 74.31 percent of the population. The ethnic minorities have still preserved
centuries-old rich and distinctive cultures.
tourism services have been developed within small and cozy villages of local
ethnic minorities, attracting an increasing number of visitors, particularly
foreigners. Hoa Binh now has many well-known community-based villages and more
than 150 homestay facilities.
Binh has also worked hard to maintain and restore traditional festivals of
out of 131 communes in Hoa Binh have achieved new-style rural area status after
the new rural development programme was launched in the province 10 years ago.
Seven communes have meet advanced new-style rural area standards while 39
residential zones have been named as model ones.
province has been making all necessary steps for 58 local signature products to
be recognized as 3-star "One Commune, One Product” (OCOP) products, including
two in tourism./.
(HBO) - Despite being a district with many difficulties, Da Bac has its own advantages of wild, beautiful nature with the rich cultural identity, and it is in the development planning of Hoa Binh lake tourism area. It has been identified as a key tourism development of the province. In recent years, the district has had specific solutions to support organizations and individuals to participate in the development of different types of tourism, building the community tourism products, ecological and experiential tourism having positive effects, contributing to economic restructuring and improving the people's lives.
(HBO) - When the cherry and plum blossoms are blooming and swaying in the wind, it is also the time when over 90 households in the community tourism in Ke village, Hien Luong commune (Da Bac) are busy to welcome Tet. With the beautiful natural scenery and traditional culture which is rich in identity, Ke hamlet has become the destination for many tourists who love exploring at home and abroad this Tet.
(HBO) - The Hoa Binh provincial People’s Committee has asked local departments and administrations to take action to improve business climate and develop infrastructure as the province aims to boost tourism growth and turn it into an important sector in 2025 and a key economic industry beyond.
(HBO) – Kim Boi, the dreamy land bestowed with a kaleidoscope of cultures and many hot mineral springs, holds huge potential to develop resort and cultural tourism.
(HBO) – Lac Thuy is a lowland district of Hoa Binh province endowed with beautiful natural landscapes and diverse culture. It is adjacent to key tourism hubs like Ninh Binh, Ha Nam, and Hanoi, giving considerable opportunities to turn tourism into an important economic sector.
(HBO) - In the tourism development plan to 2020, with a vision to 2030, Yen Thuy set a goal of turning the district into a key attractive and safe spiritual and religious tourist destination of the locality.