Green Vietnam Visa Agency Reveals Fascinating And Divine Landscapes In Vietnam Offering Travelers An Unforgettable Experience

Being one of the most beautiful countries in South East Asia, Vietnam offers its natural beauty to the eager visitors. Apart from a rich history and culture, the country possesses fascinating and divine landscapes offering an ideal destination for many tourists including the Irish citizens.

August 31, 2017 / / —

As a result, in order to assist foreign travelers in saving time and effort for researching and deciding where to visit in Vietnam, Green Vietnam Visa Agency has managed to compile a list of wonderful places to see in the country.

If visitors are nature enthusiasts, they can choose to travel to Cuc Phuong National Park situated between Hoa Binh and Ninh Binh. Once coming to this oldest nature reserve in Vietnam, tourists can easily come across remarkable sights of green mountains as well as forests and will observe a vast array of rare and endangered species. For those who would like to take part in outdoor activities, this place is a great place to trek and discover popular trails of the park.

Another great area for people loving to trek is also a national park which is called Cat Tien. This large park holds a critical part in protecting one of the biggest areas of lowland lush rainforests in Vietnam. This stunning place has several different landscapes and provides travelers across the globe with an amazing view of a subtle buffet of flora and fauna.

In case Irish citizens want to engross themselves in the pure beauty of nature, then the province of Cao Bang is the place to be. When tourists pay a visit to this unbelievably stunning area, they will have a chance to capture the phenomenal beauty of the site. The picture of rice paddies, lakes, waterfalls, as well as mountain ranges, makes a fascinating visual subtlety for travelers that will stimulate their soul.

With a valid Vietnam visa Ireland, Irish visitors can have the permission to get around the country with ease. They can easily go to Ba Be Lake which is one of the largest natural lakes in Vietnam. This area is home to a wide range of flora and fauna, some of them even appear on the IUCN Red List. Visitors can get on a boat in the calm waters of the lake and experience the breathtaking scenery of the area.

If tourists are more interested in beaches, Phu Quoc is an option that is highly recommended for them. This island situated in the Gulf of Thailand comprises of green mountains, crystal-clear water, and white sand. In recent years, it has become one of the main tourist attractions of the country. While visiting this beautiful island, holidaymakers can take part in a lot of outdoor activities such as cycling, kayaking, scuba diving or simply take a sunbath and enjoy the fresh seafood.

However, to be able to come to these places, Irish tourists need to hold a legit passport along with Vietnam visa. Please keep in mind that a valid visa for Vietnam can be obtained directly at the Vietnam Embassy in their living country. For those living far away from the embassy, there is another method allowing them to get visa to Vietnam in a simple way. This approach is known as visa on arrival and travelers can apply for this visa type at anywhere they want.

For more information relating to this new way of acquiring Vietnam visa in Ireland, concerned readers can visit www.greenvisa.io

Contact Info:
Name: William S. Looney
Email: support@greenvisa.io
Organization: Green Travel Universal CO., LTD.
Phone: +18882381966

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