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Add: 15 An Dương Vương street, Dalat, Vietnam
Phone: +84983457740

Friday, September 26, 2014

What to do and see when you come to Vietnam in September? Below are our recommendations from Wolfpack Hostel Dalat:

1. Rice terraced fields at the Northern Highland:
Rice is an important part in Vietnamese' life, Vietnam is a agricultural country with about seven out of ten people live in the rural area making there living by growing rice. Due to the the different weather, rice crops are different from the areas in Vietnam;  there are three crops a year in the South, two in the North and only one crop of rice in Vietnam Northern Highland. There are no better time than later September for any body want to visit and take photos rice terraced fields in Vietnam. Here are some highlights; we recommend if you could travel by motorbikes:

* Tu Le, Yen Bai: located at the foot of Khau Pha pass - one of the most imposing pass in Vietnam.

* Mu Cang Chai, Yen Bai: it's about 40 km from Tu Le on the way to Sapa.

 * Hoang Su Phi, Ha Giang: is a rural district of Ha Giang province in the northernest region of Vietnam. The district capital lies at Vinh Quang. Hoang Su Phi is famous for its rice fields terraces, especially on the road between Hoang Su Phi and Xin Man, where those terraces are classified as a National Heritage by the Vietnamese Government.

2. Ninh Binh: is about 100 km south of Hanoi, to be a new tourist destination with such beautiful attractions: Tam Coc Bich Dong, Trang An, Hoa Lu ancient citadel, Hang Mua pagoda.

3. Dalat: located in the central highland, is about 300 km from Sai Gon. Although it's still the rainy season in this city but this is not a matter for those loving adventure, there many experience companies offer you outdoor activities such as Canyoning, mountain biking, or trekking.

4. Mui Ne: famous for beautiful beach, enormous sand dunes and peaceful resorts, Mui Ne offers a relaxed and welcome change of pace. Surfing is also a reason attracts many travellers to come.

5. Mekong Delta: the area well-know as "rice basket" in Vietnam with the production could feed the entire country. The flow in the Mekong river begins to rise around the end of May and reaches its highest point in September. The highlight thing to do in the areas is taking a boat trip to floating market or through small canals to see the locals; we recommend taking the small boat to get to the insights.

Hope you enjoy your trip.

Wolfpack Hostel Dalat team.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Must-things-to-do in Da Lat

We also offer you the best thing to do in Dalat such as Canyoning, Trekking, Mountain biking or Easy Rider Tours.


What is Canyoning?

Canyoning is navigating your way through a canyon. In this case, the canyon runs through a series of spectacular water falls and in some sections the topography requires ropes to navigate our way successfully. Other sections can be hiked or swam through.
At the practice slope you’ll learn the basics of knot tying, harness wearing, hardware, and proper rappelling technique. After the guides are satisfied that you’ve got it down, you’ll head down your first rappel! It is an exciting 15 meter descent into the river below. There is a beautiful waterfall right next to the area we descend into, and from here we head further down the canyon to a natural water slide. We take our time having a couple of goes at it before continuing downriver.
The trail meanders over some gently rolling, jungle fringed hills along the side of the river, and at points we have to get down into the river itself to continue forward.

Abseiling down at the waterfall

Easy Rider Tours

For many travellers, the highlight of their trip to the central highlands is an off-the-beaten-track motorcycle tours with an Easy Rider. Besides the romance of cruising down endless highways, the Easy Riders' stock-in-trade is good company and insider knowleadge, providing a brief but intimate window into highland life.

Looking for a little adventure? want to get off the beaten track and see the real Vietnam? then we can help.

About us

Our friendly Hostel is run by the friends who are knowledgeable and passionate about our country. We love travelling and have traveled extensively through Vietnam as tour guides and for personal recreation.  This travel has given us a good understanding of the needs and expectations of travelers.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014


Wolfpack hostel is located in the centre of Da lat. it's about 10 minutes walk to the central market where you can try the local food, go shopping for a momento's or just wander around and marvel at the array of products for sale. a good opportunity to work on these bartering skills.
Sleeping quarters are three dorms available with its own bathroom. Our Hostel would suit those on a tight budget, who are looking for a relaxed, friendly atmosphere and the opportunity to meet new people. We will ensure you have a warm and comfortable stay, in a friendly and relaxed environment.  We can provide information or offer advice to ensure you get the most out of your stay in Vietnam.
Free wifi is available and breakfast is included with each night stayed.  There are a social room to meet friends; and a common kitchen for anybody want to cook dinner with us, we are more than happy to oblige. We also provide  secured motorbikes parking if it's required.