Handspan Travel

Handspan Travel
UPDATED: 30 Dec 2011 130 Views
Add: 80 Ma May St., Hoan Kiem Dist., Hanoi  Phone: +84 4 3926 2828 Hot Line: +84 932 231 489 Fax: +84 4 3926 2792 Website: https://www.handspan.com Email: [email protected]   Add: 80 Ma May St., Hoan Kiem Dist., Hanoi Phone: +84 4 3926 2828 Hot Line: +84 932 231 489 Fax: +84 4 3926 2792 Website: https://www.handspan.com Email: [email protected] Since 1997 Handspan Travel Indochina has been owned and staffed by people for whom travel is not simply an interesting job, but an all-consuming passion of exploring and understanding the world and the diverse cultures that inhabit our planet.

We believe that tourism is fundamentally about connecting people and that the differences that separate us can be bridged with the span of an extended hand.

Since our founding, we have grown into a family of more than 70 members, and have earned our solid reputation by delivering quality hospitality service, by maintaining small group sizes, and by exploring new destinations off the standard tourist path - all while remaining true to the principles of responsible tourism.

We offer a variety of small group tours throughout Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, have multiple office locations throughout the region, and offer a range of travel services including private tours as well as bookings for hotels, airlines, and rail tickets.

We can also design customized tour packages according to your needs and interests. We will arrange private, custom tours for your group of any size, and can focus your tour on nature-based activities, village homestays, educational themes, or volunteer opportunities.

Handspan also offers you the chance to experience Vietnam in ways that ensure that your impacts on local environmental, social, and economic contexts are positive ones. Our expert knowledge about the places we visit and the local challenges they face, enables us to design and operate tours that promote a balance between the need for economic development and ecological preservation. We do this through working closely with local communities, partnerships with NGOs and development organizations, and ensuring our guides are highly trained in ecotourism principles.