Tiếng việt | English

Lam Binh promotes horseback riding services

TQO - Homestay owners in Lam Binhdistrict, TuyenQuang province have constantly learned and adapted to providing unique servicesin order to diversify experience services for tourists. In addition to mountain bikes rental and kayaking, horseback ridingservice for sightseeing is available now.

Tourists enjoy horseback riding and taking photos while wearing the costume of theMong ethnic minority people.

ChauThanh Phuong, the owner of a homestay in Na Kem village, Khuon Ha commune is the first local to provide horseback riding services.He saw that many tourists wish to ride horses to leisurely admire the nature there. He bought and raised two beautiful tame horses. Phuong also bought traditional costumes of the Tay and Mong ethnic minority groups to provide for tourists when riding horses. The price for riding a horse to take photos is VND50,000 per hour while horseback riding to visit the landscapes accompanied by the horse owner is charged from VND100,000- VND250,000, depending on the distance of the route.

Understanding the high demand of tourists, Nong Van Nghinh from Pa Han village, PhuLuu commune, Ham Yen district brought his horses to Lam Binhdistrict to serve tourists. He often works with homestay owners to offer horseback riding services.

The Ban Cai landscape in Na Tong hamlet, Thuong Lam commune is a magnetic destination that many tourists choose to ride horses and take photos.

Homestay tourism has changed the way of thinking and actions of Lam Binh people. This way of tourism has helped local households to develop their economy while preserving the cultural identity, diversifying services and attracting more tourists to the locality.

Song Gam

News same category