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How Slow Travel helps find your Flow

1. Focus on authentic experiences

When planning your trip, prioritize genuine human and cultural interactions over popular tourist activities. Instead of seeking standardized “cooking classes,” look for home cooking experiences that allow you to connect with host families on a personal level.

Preparing a seasonal lotus steamed rice and fig salad “Vả trộn”

2. Avoid rushed itineraries

Select experiences that suit your interests and preferences rather than trying to cram as many tours as possible into a day. Resist the temptation to pack your days with visits to numerous villages, lagoons, and beaches. Instead, choose one location with unique features and spend quality time there.

Less is More” approach allows for cohesive and immersive storytelling, giving you a deeper understanding of the place without feeling rushed.

Celebrate your birthday with sunset fishing on Tam Giang lagoon and farm-to-table dinner

3. Live the journey

Travel is about more than just seeing the sights—it’s about living and feeling the journey. Whether it’s a workshop, a cultural exchange, or a nature excursion, form emotional connections and derive joy from the stories and experiences shared by your hosts.

Even on a scouting trip, as a travel professional, you might adopt the mindset of “travel for the travelers,” where you immerse yourself in the experience, feel the essence of the place with multi layers, and then share your authentic stories with others.

“Be my guest” and connect with our traditional living with Hue Garden House StayCation

4. Connect with Nature

Allow yourself to connect with nature during your travels. Whether you’re cycling through an ancient village, foraging wild medicinal plants, resting under the shade of a sacred banyan tree, or hiking in Bach Ma National Park, appreciate the natural beauty around you and take in the serenity it offers.

Nature immersion in Bach Ma National Park, between Hue and Hoi An, Da Nang

5. Embrace the Flow with a Slow mindset

Slow travel requires a shift in mindset. “Flow” is the state of being fully absorbed in an activity, savoring the optimal experience even when it challenges you. It might seem impractical with busy lives and tight travel plan but focusing on the “now and here” rather than the “where and what” can make your travel experiences more impactful and transformative.

Support local artisans to preserve traditional “Thanh Tien paper flowers”

6. Empower your community

Support the local community by choosing place-based and people-centered immersions that prioritize sustainable and regenerative tourism. Empower your hosts and partners to create experiences that highlight the wholeness of life, benefiting both the travelers and the local community.

Lend a helping hand during Thanh Toan rural life immersion.

Sustainability, Happiness, Nature

Our mascot is a humanised turtle wearing a heart shaped shell, travelling slowly and happily. The head leans on Sustainability to promote a “tourism that respects both local people and the traveler, cultural heritage and the environment”. Our heart shares Happiness or “Fulfilling in connecting”. Our hands embrace Nature to provide eco-friendly services.

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