Positive Tours is a company that creates better and alternative travel products in Vietnam. We provide unique, adventurous and cultural experiences to travelers, families, and friends via our expertise in operations.
We at Positive Tours strive to improve the tourism industry in Vietnam by improving the abilities and understanding of the individuals that work within it. We also provide a platform for travelers to deepen their understand of Vietnam in a more authentic way by offering a private and spontaneous journeys.
We believe in the inter-dependency of individuals across cultures, societies, and history, and that acknowledging our inter-dependency—especially for those people who have the opportunity to experience these differences—is a necessary ingredient for building a better world. By focusing privately and intimately on our cultural, social, historical, and other experiences, we believe that we can literally bring out the fun and foster awareness of inter-dependency around the world.
Our team consists of world travelers, Vietnamese returnees, dual-citizens and local university students, expats, traditional & modern, HIV-positive, LGBT, handicapped citizens and entrepreneurs from all different backgrounds. We believe that in order to best understand and anticipate the needs of our guests, our team needs to reflect the diversity of our guests as much as possible.
VIET PRIDE 2014
Positive Tours was contracted to be the only operator of the biggest day for LGBTQ communities in Vietnam.
Together with CNA, our guide explores Hanoi through a few episodes on art, development, and urbanization in the capital city of Vietnam.
They're found on just about any free space on Hanoi's walls, down alleyways, on the outside walls of homes, and all over the face of buildings. It's so prevalent, it's become part of the city-scape: the letters KCBT, followed by a string of numbers.
As Hanoi struggles to house more people coming into the city, some migrants have resorted to building temporary floating houses on the river. Exposed to the elements, they face the threat of flood, storms, and unsanitary living conditions.
The Vietnamese capital is choking in a toxic smog. Has the Vietnamese capital become the new Beijing due to unbridled traffic growth? Are there clear solutions in sight?
Knowing every bit of Ha Giang as we do, we were hired to translate and interpret for the making this documentary.
'Vibrant Highland, Commercial Love' tells stories of exotic love, of tribal kings and opium trade, of kidnappings (trafficking) for the Chinese sex trade; it deals with homosexuality among Vietnam's ethnic minorities, it talks about political reeducation, about spirits and magic. The film was shot in Ha Giang