Homestays watching the lotus season in Ninh Binh

Visitors can mingle with nature, watch lotus in its most beautiful season and eat lotus dishes in Ninh Binh.

Hang Mua Ecolodge is a homestay located in the Hang Mua tourist area, about 40 meters from lotus lake. This is a convenient place for visitors to choose Mua Cave as the main attraction. Homestay tenants do not have to pay for tickets to visit the resort. Photo: Booking

There is a wide lotus pond here, which is in full bloom this season. This is a Japanese lotus variety, with fewer petals and a lighter color than the Vietnamese lotus, gradually darkening towards the edge of the wings. Visitors to the resort can watch the lotus bloom all year round, the most brilliant time is from June to July. In addition to the main lake, here also grow many kinds of lotus such as thousand-petaled lotus, Quan Am lotus… Photo: Bui Quang Thuy

The rooms have views of the limestone mountains and rice fields, helping guests to relax and change the wind after a tiring day of work. There are 6 types of rooms: villa, bungalow with swimming pool, family room with private pool, family room with balcony, tree house, double room. The price for a night here in the high season is from 1.3 million VND. Photo: Booking

Hali Home is a simple homestay, located near many famous tourist attractions in Ninh Binh. The resort is 2 km from Mua Cave, 7 km from Trang An, Tam Coc, 15 km from Bai Dinh, and Thung Nham bird garden. Homestay has a back against limestone mountains, facing the lotus pond and guns. Photo: Resort

A special feature is that in addition to the lotus pond right next to the homestay, visitors can check in with the landscape that is refreshed and constantly changed by the resort owner. The comments of visitors when staying here are that everything is beautiful, quiet, and neatly decorated. Photo: Resort

There are many room options here, including dorm rooms for guests who travel in large numbers or want to save money. The rooms are wooden, with light tones, creating a cool feeling in the summer. The price for a double and single room here is 750,000 VND on weekdays and Sundays, and 1 million VND on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Dorm rooms cost from 280,000 to 380,000 VND per guest. Photo: Booking

Chez Beo is a homestay that has been open for 7 years, with its own character, wild and idyllic. The resort is located next to a pond of lotus flowers and guns, 1 km from Mua Cave, 4 km from Trang An, motorbike rental for 150,000 VND a day including gasoline, for tourists to visit. Photo: Resort

Homestay is located in the heart of Thung Che valley with two high limestone mountains on both sides, if you row to the top, you can see one side is Tam Coc and the other is Hang Mua (note you must go with homestay staff). In addition to two high mountains, the resort is also favored when there is a small river flowing along the foot of the two mountain ranges. Most of the homestay’s rooms have this river flowing through. The resort also offers relaxing boating and fishing services on site. Photo: Resort

As idyllic as coming home is what you can describe when coming here. The surroundings are very close to nature. You can hear the birds singing in the morning when you wake up, hear the frogs call at night. Currently, the homestay has two types of single and double rooms, priced from 400,000 VND to 800,000 VND. Photo: Resort

In addition to enjoying the view of the lotus lake, visitors to the above resorts can enjoy specialties made from lotus. For example, at Hali Home, guests can enjoy lotus root, dried lotus seeds, lotus root salad, lotus hot pot, lotus sticky rice and experience making lotus tea. At Chez Beo, you can enjoy dishes marinated with lotus leaves such as grilled fish with lotus leaves, and steamed chicken with lotus leaves. And at the Ecolodge Dance Cave, it’s pork ear lotus salad, lotus root stewed pork leg, lotus leaf grilled chicken… Photo: Ecolodge Dance Cave

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