Sunkissed Hollow Hike

Immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty of Tam Coc's nature, where a kaleidoscope of fauna and flora awaits exploration. This hike is a collage of unforgettable moments, etching memories that linger for a lifetime.


  • Dive deep into a wild, remote area of Tam Coc
  • Travel with a local guide who will let you in on little-known facts and share stories of the forest and its inhabitants
  • Explore the vast and wonderfully diverse flora and fauna around the region
  • Enjoy a boat ride along the river and bask in the stunning sceneries of Sunny Valley
  • Savor a light snack in nature



Location: Sunny Valley
Altitude: + 85m; - 120m
Boat trip: 2,6km; 45 minutes

Duration: 3 - 4 hours

Best time for service: Morning: 9:00 - 12:30 or Afternoon: 14:00 - 17:30

Group size: Minimum: 2 persons; Maximum: 10 persons

Reservations: All reservations should be made at least 24 hours in advance.


  • Up to 24 hours before the scheduled service time: Free of charge
  • Between 24 and 12 hours before the scheduled service time: 20%.
  • Within 12 hours before the scheduled service time: 50%



  • Round trip transfer from Tam Coc Garden to Sunny Valley
  • 01 English or French-speaking guide
  • 01 local guide
  • 01 local guide assistant (for groups of 7 guests)
  • Snack Menu
  • Personal belongings: hat; plastic shoes/boots; raincoat
  • Mineral water (Lavie 500ml)
  • Boat trip in Sunny Valley
  • Entrance and sightseeing fees
  • Basic first-aid kits
  • Service charges



  • VAT (10%)
  • Bank charges
  • Tips, telephones, or other personal expenses not mentioned in the "Inclusions" section


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