Family Fun in Vietnam

Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hue, Hoi An, Nha Trang & Saigon

From £4900 per person in low season
From £5700 per person in high season

based on 15 nights & selected experiences

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* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.

Price includes:

  • International economy flights and taxes subject to availability

  • Internal flights

  • Accommodation

  • Private transfers

  • Selected experiences

  • Daily Breakfast

Price based on a family of four sharing two rooms.

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  • We’ve carefully selected these excellent hotels with families firmly in mind. Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is especially great for older children, with a huge array of water sports to try in the bay

  • Experience the hidden gems of Vietnamese cities and countryside in an exciting way for everyone as you’re escorted through the labyrinthine streets and jaw-dropping landscapes by bicycle

  • Kayak through towering limestone caves and across peaceful lagoons in Ha Long Bay

  • Get hands on with preparing traditional, mouth-watering Vietnamese dishes and learn recipes to last a lifetime

  • Enjoy a perfectly paced holiday, with strategically placed free days to ensure enough rest and maximum enjoyment for everyone

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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.

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For adventurous families looking to spend quality time together and enjoy the perfect blend of adventure, culture and chill-out time, look no further than wonderful Vietnam. Glide across emerald waters, whizz through rural villages by bike and soak up the wonderfully rich and varied culture of this fascinating country.

  1. Days 1-4: Hanoi

    Welcome to Hanoi! After a friendly representative meets you off of the plane, your adventure begins with three nights at the stylish Sofitel Metropole, giving your family plenty of time to adjust to the time zone and ensure everyone is feeling fresh and ready to go from the off. The hotel is enviably located in the heart of the city, footsteps from Hoan Kiem Lake and with the Old Quarter at your fingertips. We’ve handpicked our favourite experiences to ensure family fun at every corner whilst in this magical city. Take an off the beaten track bike ride through rural villages and rice fields on the banks of the Red River, before enjoying tea with a local family. On another day, conquer the cities bustling alleys with your expert foodie guide, and take in some of the best street food and specialities that Vietnam has to offer.

    Accommodation: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi (3 nights)

  2. Days 4-6: Halong Bay

    Next to one of the most iconic destinations in the world and a must on any trip to Vietnam, the majestic Halong Bay. After making your way to the coast from Hanoi by car, you’ll board your delightful and intimate cruise ship, the Bhaya Classic, for a two-night stay on board. With a maximum of just seven cabins, your family will be receiving the most attentive service as you meander this mind-bending landscape. Adventure will never be far from reach with the opportunity to kayak around towering limestone karsts, through caves and across tranquil lagoons, snorkel amongst the abundance of tropical marine life and bioluminescent phytoplankton or cycle through lush, green islands far from civilisation. In the evenings, steal up to the top deck after a delicious supper and enjoy a spot of star gazing as you absorb the beauty and tranquillity that surrounds you. Between adventures, cooking demonstrations and spa treatments are available ensuring satisfaction for all.

    Accommodation: Bhaya Classic Premium (2 nights)

  3. Days 6-8: Hue

    After a final sunrise in Halong Bay, you’ll make your way back to Hanoi Airport and then a short hop down to the imperial city of Hue, Vietnam’s ancient capital, for an afternoon arrival at the impressive Azerai Hue. After settling into your rooms, you may want to refresh yourselves with a dip in the large saltwater pool or enjoy the views over the Perfume River. In the evening, you can head out together to one of the many fabulous restaurants showcasing Hue’s delicious cuisine, for which it is famed. On your full day, embark on a explorative countryside bike ride, catching a glimpse of rural life as you journey through farms and villages, including Tan My, with its untypically grand architecture and impressive colourful tombs.

    Accommodation: AZERAI - La Residence Hue (2 nights)

  4. Days 8-11: Hoi An

    Today after your breakfast, you’ll be collected for your journey south towards Hoi An. Be amazed by the snaking, winding roads of the famous Hai Van Pass as glorious vistas are laid out before you – photo opportunities aplenty! Your home for the next three nights is the wonderful Anantara Hoi An, blending a contemporary style with a colonial building. The hotel is perfectly located on the bank of the Thu Bon River and on the doorstep of the ancient and colourful UNESCO protected town. Dive into the food and history of Hoi An’s old town as you explore the narrow alleys, family homes, merchant houses and street vendors on an epic street food tour by bike, with an expert foodie guide, meeting locals and sampling the delicious traditional dishes. On your other day, you’ll take this a step further by taking in a cooking class for the famous Red Bridge Cooking School with a local chef. In the morning you’ll head to the colourful and bustling markets to learn about the ingredients you’re purchasing and interacting with the sellers, before cruising along the Thu Bon River to the cooking school to begin your culinary creations.

    Accommodation: Anantara Hoi An Resort (3 nights)

  5. Days 11-14: Central Vietnam and Beaches

    This morning you will be collected and taken to the airport for your short flight to Nha Trang, before being whisked away to your spectacular beach resort Six Senses Ninh Van Bay. This rustic, yet stunning resort, located on a calm peninsula reached only by boat, is the perfect base for the whole family to spend some much-deserved down time in the middle of your epic adventure. If you have some extra days and love the idea of some more chill out time, why not extend here and soak up the tranquillity further? With top class service, luxury private pool villas, fantastic cuisine and a gorgeous spa, this resort really does have everything. For older kids, there are plenty of activities to keep busy, including water sports, boat trips and cycling opportunities, ensuring the whole family is happy.

    Accommodation: Six Senses Ninh Van Bay (3 nights)

  6. Days 14-16: Saigon

    Feeling refreshed and revitalised, it is one final short flight to the cultural melting pot of Ho Chi Minh City for the final few days of your adventure. Your final home will be the Park Hyatt Saigon, a luxury colonial property in the heart of the city and walking distance to the city’s main attractions. An expert local guide will be on hand to aid your exploration and unravel the secrets of the city. On one day, you will board a private speedboat with a guide and whizz along the river for a visit to the infamous Cu Chi Tunnels. Be transported into history as you learn about the extensive tunnel systems and brutal tactics used by the Viet Cong during the war. For those brave enough, you can venture into one of the tunnels yourselves – make sure to get a photo to prove your courage! With a final night in Saigon your adventure comes to an end, yet with memories to last a lifetime.

    Accommodation: Park Hyatt Saigon (2 nights)


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