Phu Yen Son LaSon La, Vietnam
Phu Yen Son La offers some of best Vietnam off the beaten track holidays and soft adventure journeys in Vietnam. Phu Yen is a mountainous district of Son La province in the northwest Vietnam. The district covers an area of 1,227 square kilometres. Phu Yen district contains 1 township and 26 communes including Phu Yen, Bac […]
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Phu Yen Son La offers some of best Vietnam off the beaten track holidays and soft adventure journeys in Vietnam. Phu Yen is a mountainous district of Son La province in the northwest Vietnam. The district covers an area of 1,227 square kilometres.
Phu Yen district contains 1 township and 26 communes including Phu Yen, Bac Phong, Da Do, Gia Phu, Huy Bac, Huy Ha, Huy Tan, Huy Thuong, Huy Tuong, Kim Bon, Muong Bang, Muong Coi, Muong Do, Muong Lang, Muong Thai, Nam Phong, Quang Huy, Sap Sa, Suoi Bau, Suoi To, Tan Lang, Tan Phong, Tuong Ha, Tuong Phong, Tuong Phu, Tuong Thuong, and Tuong Tien.
Getting to Phu Yen
The best way to get to Phu Yen district is to take the short internal flight from Hanoi to Na San airport, Son La province. From there, you can either hire a car or take a motor-taxi to be brought to Phu Yen.
If you travel in a small group, hiring a car from Hanoi may be a better choice. The car journey takes about 4 hours on road. It offers you the chance to discover the northwest region of Vietnam.
There are public buses from Hanoi to Phu Yen Son La. Both day buses and night buses are available at My Dinh bus station. Buses are usually full at weekend.
When to go
Phu Yen features a tropical monsoon climate, which is characterized by torrential rains in the summer (from May to September) and cold and dry in winter (from November to January). Like many other travel places in the northern Vietnam, Phu Yen also suffers from the influence of the dry and hot wind from Laos in summer which makes the weather intolerable sometimes.
Phu Yen’s climate is divided into two distinct seasons. Winter lasts from October to March of the next year, and summer from April to September. The annual average temperature is 21.4oC.
What to do
Trekking is the best way to discover the mountainous district of Phu Yen Vietnam. Hiking offers the chance to explore Phu Yen tropical forest, luxuriant mountains, remote hill tribe villages, terraced paddy fields. Whether it is a single day hike or multi day treks we have something to suit everybody. Maybe you just want to trek through remote hill tribe villages around Phu Yen or maybe you really want to get away from the crowds we can customize an trekking itinerary for you.
Cycling is another great way to discover Phu Yen and its surrounding areas. The less-traveled district of Phu Yen has sealed, paved cycle routes, single dirt tracks, mountain trails offering fantastic bike rides for enthusiastic road cyclists and mountain bikers. We have a range of road cycling tours and mountain bike tours around Phu Yen Son La and the north west region of Vietnam, providing options for both those who want some mountain challenges and those who prefer long flat rides.