Location
  • Vietnam
    • Hanoi
Project Types
Agriculture

Program Details

Language
English

Pricing

Starting Price
500
Price Details
Price : $85/person

Included
- Pick up and drop off at hotel
- Car
- English speaking tour guide
- Farming uniforms: Clothes, conical hat, boost, gloves 1 unit of soft drink
- A local rice meal with a local farmer family

Excluded
- Drinks
- Tips and Gratuities
- Personal expenses
Sep 07, 2016
Jan 16, 2013
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About Program

Rice is the staple diet in many Asian countries, especially inVietnam. Perhaps, you have seen rice growing in most of Asian rice paddy fields. However, you do not know the sequence of rice cultivation inVietnam. It is still secret know how for the western tourists. We would like to organize the wet rice growing tour for you. Through this tour, we instruct you how to cultivate rice in the fields and also help you experience the hardships of Vietnamese farmers. We are sure this tour will make your trip an extremely memorable experience.

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Melinda
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

An amazing day with Vina Volunteer Service

Dear David and Trong

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to learn about the real Vietnam. Of all the tours we went on this was the best. We really liked the personal nature of our guides and how all the experiences were hands-on. Please thank the host family for their generosity; it was fantastic to share a day in their life. They were extremely friendly and patient while we learned and practiced farming, travelling and cooking techniques. We especially enjoyed the bicycle ride, working in the rice fields, preparing a Vietnamese meal and laughing with our hosts. We hope your tours continue to be successful. We will definitely recommend this tour to our friends.

Best wishes,

Melinda and Julie

Wagga Wagga, Australia

7th January 2013

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