based on 8 nights & selected experiences
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Price based on two people sharing one room with private transfers, domestic flights on economy class, selected tours and daily breakfast. Please note around public holidays and festive seasons, this price will increase.
Most comprehensive itinerary, travelling from the South to the North, enjoying the diverse culture, scenery, architecture and cuisine.
Experience some of the unique and coolest modes of transportation including cyclo ride, the round basket boat and the overnight junk boat cruise along Halong Bay
Sample some of the world's best street food in Saigon and Hanoi
This trip includes 3 UNESCO World Heritage Site; the awe-inspiring Halong Bay, the charming historic town of Hoi An and the complex monument of Hue which was the first Vietnam site inscribed in 1993.
An in-depth understanding of Vietnam Culture through the water puppet show
Vietnam is a long country resulting in varied weather patterns. The best time to visit the country as a whole is from January to May with the least rain in both the cultural areas and on the beach. Outside of these months it is possible to still visit and you will get some rain in the north and south from May to November and on the central coast from September to January. Tet, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year falls in late January or early February and is best avoided as many businesses close.
Vietnam is a charming country where you will see the beautiful landscapes in the mountainous area, the stunning landscape of the limestones pinnacles and the diverse cultures as well as the amazing World Heritage site. This comprehensive itinerary will bring you from metropolitan city of Saigon, the World Heritage Town of Hoi An, the Imperial City of Hue, then to the capital city of Hanoi and the world famous Halong Bay.
Your trip begins in Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon. This vast metropolis is Vietnam's largest and most modern city, full of lively shopping streets and famous for its rooftop bars. During your stay in Saigon, the local guide will take you on a tour around the Saigon’s historical landmarks, catch the spectacular A O show at the historic Saigon opera house, experience the local life on a morning market tour with a food expert and not forgetting a day out to the Cu Chi Tunnel, a legendary network of underground tunnels dug by the Viet Cong during the war.
A short flight up to Da Nang on the central coast. From here it is just a short drive to the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Town of Hoi An, home to twisting streets decorated with colourful paper lanterns and the famous tailor shops. During your stay you can visit the elegant pagodas, Japanese covered bridge and bustling riverfront markets where you can have clothes tailored for you. We have included a walking & boat tour of the town where your guide will show you around the historic old town and a morning tour with the local fisherman to experience a unique Vietnamese way of life.
Drive over the famous Hai Van pass, stopping to take photos and soak up the gorgeous scenery before arriving in the imperial city of Hue. Enjoy a full day tour of the ruined walled city with your knowledgeable guide and pop in at the elaborate Khai Dinh Royal Tomb. Hue is famed for its delicious cuisine, so we recommend popping in at one of the many fabulous restaurants to sample some local fare.
Fly from Hue to the Hanoi, Vietnam’s characterful capital. You can stay right in the heart of the city next to the central Hoan Kiem lake, with the fascinating Old Quarter right at your fingertips. We recommend spending a day fully exploring the winding lanes and intriguing shops of this area, but we have also arranged a guided tour of key historic locations such as Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum and the Temple of Literature where university students flock to pray and make offerings around the time of their exams. With your guide, discover local eateries and unfamiliar delicacies on an exciting food tour and catch a traditional water puppet performance.
No trip to Vietnam is complete without a visit to the world-famous Halong Bay. Rise early to drive or optionally take a thrilling sea plane ride to the coast, and embark on a one-night cruise, heading to the more far-flung areas of the bay less often visited by tour boats. Journey between the looming limestone karsts that erupt from the calm sea and explore local villages and fishing communities by bicycle or kayak. Cooking demonstrations, spa treatments and midnight squid fishing are all available on board, or alternatively just steal up to the top deck after a delicious supper to enjoy a spot of star gazing.
Experience the richness of Vietnamese culture in the A O Show using bamboo cirque, acrobatic acts and theatrical visual drama at the historic Saigon Opera House.
The tunnels of Cu Chi are an immense network of connecting underground tunnels located in the Cu Chi district of Ho Chi Minh City. They once supported the Viet Cong, the communist forces in Vietnam and are well worth exploring today.
Start this fascinating historical tour at Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum, an imposing monument lavishly built using marble and granite, and where the preserved body of 'Uncle Ho' resides. You will then visit Ho Chi Minh's House, where he lived and worked.
Discover local Hanoian street food culture on this evening food tour. Enjoy an evening stroll with a private guide through the streets of Hanoi sampling an array of local dishes.
An experiential walk around the Hoan Kiem District including the iconic Lake, the Ngoc Son Temple and the beautiful boulevards mostly influenced by the French architecture. Conclude the tour with a glimpse of the Hanoi street life at the Old Quarter.
Early this evening, visit the public theatre in Hanoi to enjoy a traditional water puppet performance. This art form is uniquely northern Vietnamese giving a lovely insight into the region's culture.
A walking tour through the Hoi An's narrow lanes for its atmospheric sights and then onto a boat trip on the Thu Bon River for an up close views of the fishing boats and country villages.
Break away from the typical tourist sights and enjoy a morning with the local fisherman in Hoi An for a unique cultural window into the Vietnamese way of life.
Enjoy the bustling markets and mouth-watering streetfood of Saigon with this half-day tour. Accompanied by your English-speaking guide, take a stroll through one of the city's most historic markets, sampling delicious local dishes as you go.
For your first day of your Halong Cruise you'll be able to settle into your floating home for the next night and discover the beauty of the surrounding region.
This morning continue to explore Halong Bay before returning to the harbour and return back to Hanoi city.
A wonderful introductory tour into one of Vietnam's most engaging cities. Start your day with a visit to the Imperial Citadel. You will also visit Thien Mu pagoda on the riverbank, before visiting Khai Dinh Royal Tomb.
Our city tour allows you to marvel at Saigon's historical landmarks including the Notre Dame Cathedral. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Central Post Office, designed by the French architect, Gustav Eiffel.
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