Dong Cao Bac Giang photographyA collection of travel photography, photo tours, photo workshops in Vietnam by Paradissa' photographers. Following the footsteps of our photography team, you'll discover a Vietnam stripped off of tourism and purely authentic… Joining Paradissa's team on your photographic holidays in Vietnam you are to have an unforgettable experience and unique photos of the country and people.

  • Bac Ninh Images is a photo album of Bac Ninh Province, northern Vietnam. Being the smallest one in Vietnam and without great natural landscapes, Bac Ninh is home to those of the oldest Buddhist pagodas in the country, home to Quan Ho Songs (listed as World Intangible Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO) and home to century-old handicraft villages... Our photo album is to show some samples of these cultural legacies of the province. 

  • Bac Son Valley is in Bac Son District, Lang Son Province, 160km north-east of Hanoi via Route 1B. The best time to visit Bac Son is when the rice fields turn into golden colors: 1-20July or 1-20Oct.

    Destinations: Hanoi, Bac Son Valley
    Tour Theme/Activity: Ethnic villages, Idyllic countryside, Stunning rice terraces, Mountains, Off-the-beaten track
  • Binh Thuan Province is in the South Central Coast of Vietnam, home to the best beaches in the country such as those at Phan Thiet, Mui Ne, Hon Rom, La Gi, Ke Ga,.... Paradissa offers various luxury beach vacations to different premier beaches in Binh Thuan. We also host photography tours through Binh Thuan for our travelers who are on quests for the best images of Vietnam.

  • Cao Bang, located to the North-East of Vietnam, literally means "High Plains" in Vietnamese. In fact, the terrains of Cao Bang include stretches of flat plains alternated by high mountain ranges. The province is home to a number of ethnic groups, of which most are the Kinh, the Tay and the Nung Peoples.

  • Con Dao Island is in fact an archipelago of 16 islands in southern Vietnam. The islands offer deserted sandy beaches and untouched national parks with diverse ecosystem. The travellers to Con Dao can choose a relaxing holiday on the beach, a challenging trekking adventure in the national park, a spectacular scuba-diving trip to explore the colorful coral reefs or to watch the sea turtles at night...

  • Da Lat is perched on the Lang Biang Plateau, 45 minutes flights from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). The city offers temperate climate, green mountains, fresh waterfalls, serene lakes, romantic pine forests and elegant French architecture, which make it the destinations of Vietnamese honeymooners and artists. Paradissa has got several trips with our travellers to Da Lat and still it remains more than a charm. We do keep coming back every year and the below photos were taken on the different occasions of our travels to this City of Love. 

  •  Da Nang is located in the Central Region of Vietnam, known for its forty kilometers of white sand beaches running all the way from Son Tra Peninsula to Hoi An Ancient Town. The city could also be made as  a base for exploring the nearby tourist attractions including the Old Town of Hoi An, the Imperial Citadel of Hue, the Cham Ruins of My Son, Ba Na Hill Station... We can't recall how many times our team have travelled to this city; still for us, each return trip is no less exciting and our cameras are loaded full with photos of the experiences always...

  • Ha Giang is the northernmost province of Vietnam. The capital city is Ha Giang City, 312km from Hanoi. Due to poor roads and tightening security conditions in the past, Ha Giang was not open to foreign tourists until recently. Ha Giang is among the few places in Vietnam that are untouched by mass tourism. In fact, the area is not on the itinerary of most travellers (including the adventure travellers) to Vietnam. And Ha Giang is not visited frequently by Vietnamese tourists either.

  • Ha Tay had been a separate province located to the west, south-west and south of Hanoi. Ha Tay was known for its well-preserved ancient villages, temples and Buddhist pagodas. Since 2008, Ha Tay was integrated into Hanoi and there have been lots of changes in the local lifestyle, cultural monuments in the province. The below photos were taken by Paradissa's team when Ha Tay was an untouched land where century-old traditions prevailed...
  • Halong Bay Pictures are featured photos taken by Paradissa Team on our myriad trips to this natural wonder of Vietnam. The photo gallery includes images of Halong Bay, of the rocks on the bay, of the luxurious junks, of life on the floating villages amid the wild of the bay...

  • For just so many years, the photographer team of Paradissa Travel have been wandering Hanoi: be it the Old Quarters, the sidewalk cafes, the street restaurants, the open markets... We have never thought the city has become less of a charm for us; neither do we think we have got enough of this amazing capital city of Vietnam. The below photos were taken on one of our photographic tours during the traditional lunar new year of the Vietnamese: Tet.

  • Hoa Binh Province is located in the North-West of Vietnam with mountainous terrains and with different ethnic minorities. The province offers chaste natural beauty and untouched culture. To get a full understanding of Hoa Binh, it is necessary that you take an adventure trip through the province either by motorbike, by mountain-bike or by trekking through different villages. The below photos were taken on our various adventures through the land.

  • The Old Port Town of Hoi An for long has always been among the top highlights for many of the travelers to Vietnam. This is something indescribable about the quaint atmosphere, the old architecture, the amazing friendly and genuine locals, and the sensational local cuisine.

  • Hue Photos article contains the featured pictures and travel photos of Hue tourist attractions including Hue City, Hue Imperial Citadel and the Royal Tombs of Hue Vietnam.

  • Khanh Hoa Province is located in the South Central Coast of Vietnam. The province is more known to tourists with the provincial capital - Nha Trang. But, Khanh Hoa has many other destinations that could offer great holiday experiences which are very little known by most travellers to Vietnam. The below images are samples for you to have more ideas of the landscapes of the province.

  • Lang Son Province is located to the North East of Vietnam, the provincial capital is Lang Son City, 160km from Hanoi. Lang Son is always on the travel itinerary of the adventure travelers who take the tour the North East of Vietnam. Apart from the tourist attractions in and around Lang Son City, the province offers wild mountains, fresh countryside and myriads former battlefields.

  • Lao Cai is a mountainous province, in the North West of Vietnam. Lao Cai is home to the Hoang Lien Mountain Range with the highest peak in Vietnam – Fansipan. At the base of the mountain range, there are stunning rice terraces and colorful ethnic groups. The base for exploring the beauties of Lao Cai is Sapa, a famed hill station over 1,500m above sea level..

  • Mekong Delta is the southernmost area of Vietnam, where the Mekong concludes its adventure of 5,000km from Tibetan Plateau discharging its water into the East Vietnam Sea. The Mekong Delta is characterized with endless rice fields, coconut forests, nature reserves and bird parks and exotic lifestyle...

  • Nha Trang is a popular tourist attraction for the beach travellers to Vietnam. Travelling to Nha Trang, you'll have an opportunity to get unwound on the dozen-kilometer sandy beach in the city, to explore the offshore islands with many colorful coral reefs, to visit the many cultural monuments around the city and in the surrounding countryside..., or simply to have relaxing time on the many sea-breezed bars on the waterfront. Our below photos were taken by Paradissa Travel's team when we zoomed through the city on a sunny day. 

  • Ninh Binh Pictures is a collection of photos of Ninh Binh in autumn, the best time in Ninh Binh and northern Vietnam. Traveling to Ninh Binh during this time, you will be charmed by the rugged mountains covered in mists, by the rice fields turning into golden color, by the serene waters of rivers snaking through the karst formations and by the fresh wilderness of the nature reserve and national park,...