Kayaking on mountain’s lake
Ke village in Hien Luong commune, Da Bac district, Hoa Binh province is one of those new tourist destinations.
Located about 10km from Da Bac town, Ke village, inhabited by Muong ethnic people, it is a combination of mountains, the jade lake and the beauty of wild flowers beneath the green forests.
In Ke hamlet, there are three community-based homestays with good service to welcome guests in their traditional houses of the Hoa Binh mountainous culture.
Visitors to Ke hamlet can enjoy a lot of interesting things. Right next to the lake, a large yard has been flatten and decorated with lights to facilitate local troops with their traditional performances to serves visitors each night.
Stilt houses in Ke hamlet is close to Trach stream, making them more elegant with the murmur of water and the rays of sunlight rise in the mist in the early morning.
The most popular activity in Ke village is kayaking on the Da River’s Lake, which is formed during the construction of the Hoa Binh Hydropower Plant.
It’s hard to see in the hustle and bustle in the inner city such slanting rays on the lake in the early morning, covered with green grass and slight fog on the quiet lake surface, combined with the sound of paddling and laughter of cheerful tourists kayaking.
Tourists kayaking on the lake