Travel  |  Street  |  Landscape


Travel  |  Street  |  Landscape


Travel  |  Street  |  Landscape


Travel  |  Street  |  Landscape

Dates: Coming Soon

5 Days / 6 Nights

Proficiency: Intermediate to Advanced

Spots: 10


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A rich history, verdant landscapes and exotic cuisine are what make Vietnam one of the most travelled to destinations in South East Asia. But the buck doesn’t stop there. A look beyond its bustling cities and urban landscapes will show you the country for what it really is.

Majestic mountains, Sleepy hamlets, Sandy beaches and Rolling paddy fields for as far as you can see. Bordered by China, Laos and Thailand – Vietnam is a melting pot of cultures.

The people are friendly, the culture is rich and the food is fantastic. Despite rapid urbanisation, Vietnam still holds on to its traditions and don’t be surprised when you find ancient pagodas and temples standing neck to neck with towering skyscrapers.

Immerse yourself in the rich culture and time honoured traditions of Vietnam with this exclusive marquee tour with GoodShotz.


GoodShotz brings to you a unique and first of its kind marquee tour to Vietnam with an itinerary tailored to suit photography enthusiasts.

In signature GoodShotz fashion, you get to photograph stunning locales in the heart of this beautiful country. Learn to compose rolling expanses and cityscapes alike under the tutelage of ace photographer and chief mentor Bobby Joshi.

Spread over six days and five nights, this photo tour will take you through all the picturesque places of Vietnam finally culminating the tour in the capital city of Hanoi.

Rest assured as everything, including hotels and travel, will be taken care of. You just need to bring your shooting equipment and your enthusiasm.


Day 1

  • Pick up at Hanoi airport around 2:00 PM and travel all the way up to mountain northern road reaching Tu Le district
  • Shoot around Tu Le villages until evening
  • Staying overnight in Tu Le district

Day 2

  • Tu Le to Mu Cang Chai area: beautiful rice field in Tu Le and amazing Lim Mong Valley. You can take photos of this valley—both in the valley and from the high view point on KhauPha Pass with amazing rice fields.
  • The drive over KhauPha – one of the four amazing passes in the North of Vietnam. Enjoy the great scenery of terrace rice field at Mu Cang Chai
  • Afternoon: hiking Uphill Mountain for the best view over rice terraces, and some other village La Pan Tan rice terraces.
  • Overnight in Mu Cang Chai

Day 3

  • Mu Cang Chai morning shoot
  • Afternoon: travel to Sapa
  • Reach Sapa: the best valley mountain range of Fansifan, take a long way down Lao Chai – Ta Van – Nam Cang village
  • Overnight in Sapa

Day 4

  • Morning shooting in Sapa area: Shoot more villages nearby
  • In the afternoon, travel to Bac Ha market — the biggest local market in Northern part of Vietnam
  • Overnight in Bac Ha

Day 5

  • BAC Ha to Hoang su phi
  • Hoang Su Phi is still not frequently visited by foreign travellers to Vietnam. The area was quite hidden from the outside world due to bad roads. Nowadays, the roads are fairly good and the stunning rice terraces here started being rumoured about among the adventure travellers.
  • Hoang Su Phi is home to jaw-dropping mountains, valleys, and a profusion of ethnic minorities. Of the over 3,000 hectares of rice terraces in Hoang Su Phi, 760 hectares have been listed as Vietnam’s National Heritage
  • Overnight in Hoang su phi

Day 6

  • Hoang su phi village rice terrace shooting
  • Morning: Shoot in Ban Peo, Ban Nhung & Ban Luoc
  • Picnic lunch
  • Afternoon: Shoot in the areas of Nam Ty & Thong Nguyen

Day 7

  • Travel back to Hanoi and leave for respective destinations



What payment modes do you accept?

We accept online all credit and debit cards. Additionally, you can also make bank transfers. We don’t accept cash.

What kind of clothing is recommended?

Hampi requires light cotton clothing for day and warm jacket for early morning and evening shoots. Shoes that allow you to climb stairs and stone hills. Hat/cap and sun protection lotion is also recommended.

What gear do I need to take?

Must have:

  • DSLR camera body (two are recommended for backup, as you don’t go frequently on a trip like this), Wide angle / kit lens (18mm and beyond). If you can rent or carry super wide angle or fish-eye (8mm and beyond) lens, it would greatly play to your advantage.

  • Laptop for post processing.

Nice to have:

  • Filters, hard disk to back up images & tripod.

If you have any questions on what gear you should take, talk to us and we will be happy to help you out.


  • Intermediary to advance level photography tour and workshop with basic knowledge of camera and Adobe Photoshop/Light Room is a pre-requisite.

  • Anyone who’s over 18 can attend. Under 18 year should be accompanied by adult guardian or parents.



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