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based on 10 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.
A comprehensive itinerary, including Vietnam's two main cities - Hanoi and Saigon, the well-preserved ancient town of Hoi An and Vietnam most stunning south coast.
Exclusive visit for Sofitel Legend Metropole's guests to the bomb shelter with a historian.
A stylish and chic beach retreat at the Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, offering a great combination of relaxation and cultural opportunities.
Discover Vietnam's first Aman property, tucked away on a stunning inlet amongst national parkland
Stay in one of Ho Chi Minh's most lavish and luxurious hotels with spoiling interiors and spectacular views.
The best time to visit Northern Vietnam is from February to April and September to November avoiding the heat and the rain. The official peak season in Vietnam is from September to April as these months see the least rain. December to February are the cooler months. May to September is the rainy season with the most rain failing in July and August and typhoons are possible.
Take a journey through some of the most evocative parts of Vietnam and staying at the most spectacular properties in each destination.
Your journey begins in Hanoi, the charming capital of Vietnam. Two nights in the luxurious Sofitel Metropole will give you plenty of time to explore the small city center, or to venture further afield to visit the wonderful museums documenting Hanoi’s turbulent history. We have included a half day jeep tour which is a fun way to explore the major landmarks of the city in a manner completely in keeping with Hanoi’s history. In your own time you can venture on foot into the tangle of narrow wooden buildings and crumbling coffee houses that make up the winding lanes of the Old Quarter, just a few minutes’ walk from your door. Great for unique shopping and exploring, you can really enjoy a day losing yourself in these entirely authentic back streets.
A short flight from Hanoi is the UNESCO protected town of Hoi An, perched on Vietnam’s glorious central coast. Here we invite you to stay at the Four Seasons Nam Hai, ideally located on the beach just a few minutes’ drive from Hoi An. Stay in a luxurious private villa, steps away from the beach and indulge in a day of cooking and exploring local food markets with the Four Season’s cooking academy chefs. Take a morning walk into town with your guide to explore the Old Town where you’ll find charming wooden houses, brightly colored paper lanterns and the famous tailor shops, where you can have new clothes and shoes tailored for you in just a day or two.
Bid farewell to society and strike out to the isolated and private Amanoi, a short flight to the south. The tranquil resort is located on a cliff edge above a sandy beach, and the name Amanoi is derived from the Sanskrit word for ‘peace’ and noi meaning ‘place’, defining the experience that awaits. Enjoy two nights here to unwind and reflect on your adventures through this magical part of the world, and you can also enjoy indulging at the spa, snorkeling, kayaking and fishing.
For a final culture fix spend a couple of nights in the melting pot of Ho Chi Minh City, the Independent Republic of South Vietnam’s capital up until the country was unified in 1975. With our friendly guide you can visit the Old Saigon Post Office, Notre Dame Cathedral and the fascinating War Remnants Museum to fully understand this bustling city’s varied history. Two nights will be plenty of time to bid farewell to Vietnam in the city that never stops moving.
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.
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