FARMSTAY & RESORT
Chay Lap Farmstay & Resort is a charming Farmstay retreat in this unblemished region of Vietnam. Our farmstay is the ideal starting point from which to venture further afield and discover the region’s magnificent caves, natural beauty and villages form the Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park
Chay village is surrounded by mountains and rivers and the local people mainly make a living through farming. Take a look around and you can feel tranquility exuding from every corner you pass by. Wake up to the sound of the wind rustling through the leaves and the crowing of roosters.
You can take bike or boat around to see the buffaloes and the cows lazily grazing the grass, while the kids happily play on the field, and a butterfly sits right at your palm, the brightest smile comes from a random passerby, and the amazing food that can always make your day better.
EAT, SIP, CHILL from sunrise to sunset and into the evening hours in our Expedition Restaurant. This hub of the Farmstay is a great place to dine and unwind during your stay and meet up with other guests who are part of our Farmstay family while you are staying with us.
It promises to bring to you a traditionally cozy atmosphere of peaceful wooden sauna houses, surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens plants. Experiencing the sauna in portable boxes will give you the chance of blending yourself into wonderful nature of Chay Lap Farmstay & Resort.
The Chay Lap Water Sports Center conducts fun activities on the amazing Chay River and has something for everyone: regular kayaks, clear kayaks, water bikes, water skippers, round boats, and river cruises!
It’s not a coincidence that summer is the ideal time for the whole family to have a vacation together. The fact that kids don’t have to go to school coupled with the nice sunny weather make it a perfect chance for families to travel and experience lots of new things with each other. “Where are we going this summer?” summer packages are designed to bring the best experiences one can have here in Vietnam’s Kingdom of Caves through various activities such as trekking, stream crossing, cycling to traditional craft villages, or snorkeling in jade blue rivers.