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Vietnam Tours

Vietnam Tours

Vietnam is a country of natural beauty and charming cultures in Southeast Asia. It offers a unique  blend of the East and West with plenty of sights, sounds and smells. From the exciting pace of the cities to breathtaking rural landscapes and villages, Vietnam’s diversity is astounding. The two largest cities reflect thereby the different faces of the bustling country: Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon) is the economic, commercial centre and the country's greatest metropolitan area consisting of a vibrant, modern and high energy lifestyle during Hanoi has been always preserving the reputation as the center of culture and tradition. Nature has blessed Vietnam with bountiful attractions. From the numerous stunning islands and islets rising from the azure waters of Halong Bay, the soaring mountains of the far north with the terraced rice fields around the villages of ethnic minorities to the carpet of emerald-green rice paddies in the south and the narrow canals of the Mekong Delta. The beaches in Central Vietnam are beckoning with 3,300 km of coast line dotted by numerous magnificent beaches in Nha Trang and Mui Ne where you can enjoy beach vacation and some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in all Asia. In Hue and the harbor city of Hoi An you will find history, culture, cuisine, and many centuries-old trading houses. 

Vietnam is calling out to you with a diverse range of travel experiences that will enthrall the first-time visitors and continually rewards those that return.

Starting from 1,108 USD
Top Seller:
Goes Well With:
Cambodia, Laos, Thailand
Capital City:
Main Gateways:
Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City & Danang
Entry Visa:
Yes, most nationalities
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This tour showcases Vietnam’s highlights from North to South. Begin with Hanoi’s illustrious history before cruising Halong Bay on a traditional wooden Junk and then head to Central Vietnam and Saigon in the South.
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Travel the length of Vietnam in this 12 day tour and discover the real Vietnam from the North to the South of Vietnam.
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Vietnam 11-day tour with nice beach extension
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Cat Tien National Park is part of the wet tropical forest complex and one of the specious natural forests remaining in Vietnam.

Hanoi is the second largest city of Vietnam and is referred as the cradle of culture. The capital of Vietnam is a city of lakes, shaded boulevards and public parks. The Old Quarter is a maze of narrow streets evolved from an archaic craftsmen village where workshops were organized by trades or guilds. Hanoi still retains the charms of the past mixed up with the buzzing urban lifestyle. However, you will be surprised not only because of it’s art and history but also deeply impressed by the everyday life, which often takes place on the street.

Listed by UNESCO as a World’s Heritage Site, Ha Long Bay is a natural wonder with exceptional beauty of submerged limestone mountains and karst pillars. A bay cruise in Halong offers an opportunity to see magnificent scenery and splendid caverns. The magnificent Halong Bay will surely leave a deep impression on you.Cruise on traditional wooden junks past the hundreds of islands would be unforgettable memories.

Being situated a mere 50 km east of Hai Phong city in the north of Vietnam, Cat Ba Island is part of a chain of 366 islands that lie within the larger area of Halong Bay and is the largest island in Halong Bay with almost 300km². If Halong Bay is famous for one of the World Heritages, Cat Ba Island is a national park of Vietnam. The island was honorably recognized by UNESCO in 2005 as a Biosphere reserve of the world and is easily accessible and matches neighbouring Halong Bay and Bai Tu Long Bay for stunning natural beauty. Cat Ba is known for its rugged limestone mountains, hot and cold springs, moist tropical forests, mangrove forest, coral reefs as well as its deserted beaches, and casual island lifestyle. It also offers visitors the added options of relaxation, adventure and cultural exchange.

In the northwest mountains, Sapa is situated in an idyllic location between the Hoang Lien Son mountains and paddy fields on endlessly stepped rice terraces. Sapa had long been the market place for the surrounding montagnard villages before the French built a town around and made it a station for holidays and expeditions. Today, Sapa offers greatest treks of a lifetime, authentic interaction with local cultures and fascinating visit to colorful tribal markets.

Located on the Southern end of the Red River Delta, Ninh Binh is blessed with diverse topography of both mountainous and coastal areas. Ninh Binh represents typical rural villages of Northern region with vast green paddy field, expanding mountains and poetic river that flows to the horizon. Not only that, Ninh Binh's history is also worth mentioning: as the ancient capital of Vietnam in the 10th century, Ninh Binh is a venue of relics that reflect its 1000 years of history and development. 

With charming landscape of mountain and sea and the coast dotted with blue water, yellow sand beaches that sparkle under forests of green willow trees like Nhat Le and Da Nhay, Quang Binh attracts thousands tourists coming to visit every year. Moreover, located at the north of the majestic Truong Son range in central, Quang Binh province is one of the world's two largest limestone regions of numerous caves inside the limestone mountain created by the river underground with the length nearly 14.000 meter. Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park with its system of some 300 caves and grottoes recognized as the World Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003 and Son Doong cave, a relatively recently discovered cave in the national park which is regarded as the largest cave in the world are the two most outstanding highlights that can not be missed of Quang Binh. 

Famously being one of Vietnam’s seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Imperial City of Hue has long been a must-see attraction for tourists visiting a hidden charm of Vietnam. The city is famous for the magnificent tombs of the Nguyen emperors and the ruins of the Citadel. The Imperial City of Hue, a masterpiece of architecture was actually a walled fortress and palace belonged to the ancient city of Hue which was a capital city of the Nguyen Dynasty for 140 years date back from 1805 until 1945. This peaceful town on the Perfume River offers beside palace and mausoleums a beautiful landscape for strolling around and hiking.

Da Nang has a stunning coastline of over 90 kilometres long, famous for many beautiful seashores stretching from the foot of the Hai Van Pass to the Marble Mountains that are calm seas with green water during four seasons. With 900 meters in length and being listed in the US Forbes Magazine as one of the 6 most beautiful beaches in the world, My Khe beach is the most popular and idyllic beach in Danang with both locals and visitors with smooth sand and a slight slope. Besides that, thanks to the impressive architecture and special significance, the Dragon Bridge has gradually become a symbol and an icon of the prosperous future of the city. Each weekend, after sunset, residents and visitors are treated to a pyrotechnic show in which with a roar, the dragon's head spits fearsome plumes of fire, followed by hissing clouds of water vapor.

The beautiful city remained relatively untouched by the Vietnam War. Hoi An is known worldwide for its colorful lanterns, narrow streets and low wooden buildings with peculiar tiled roofs, dating from the first half of the 19th century. Many buildings have already been recognized as historically significant. The old town was from the 17th to the early 19th century, one of the most important port cities of Southeast Asia.

The place is known for its kilometers beach city. Neither a charmer like Mui Ne nor a historic jewel like Hoi An, Nha Trang has it owns hidden beauty that keeps visitors coming back for more. No one can deny that Nha Trang is one of the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam, which attracts lots of visitors for its blue sea water, outdoor water activities along with its fresh sea food. The water in the environment is very clean and ideal for snorkelling and diving. Nha Trang is a beautiful bay city in Vietnam’s south central coast with green islands, sandy beaches, protected marine park, extravagant resorts and buzzing nightlife. Beautiful place for beach lovers.

About 200 km northward away from the chaos of Ho Chi Minh City is Mui Ne – a coastal resort town in Phan Thiet – the capital of Binh Thuan province. This tiny fishing village is nestled between turquoise beaches that line the Eastern coast of Vietnam. Mui Ne is a tropical beach with wonderfully warm weather, which is ideal for swimming. With strong sea breezes, Mui Ne is most famous for kite and wind surfing. Mui Ne’s long beach is also quiet and serene, great for walks, jogging and spectacular sunsets. The most must-see destination in Mui Ne is the Sand Dunes, where the dunes turn from white to gold and the near-constant oceanic winds sculpting the sands into wonderful formations just like Sahara desert.  

Ho Chi Minh City has grown to be Vietnam's largest metropolitan and the commercial capital. It’s a city of extraordinary energy with busy streets with countless street vendors, cyclos, food stalls, shops and markets. Hotel de Ville, General Post Office and Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica, these landmark buildings are perhaps the most ornate of all colonial structures in the city.

The Mekong Delta is one of the great natural wonders of Vietnam, covering more than 15,000 square miles of South West Vietnam where the river meets the East Sea. And it’s not just the geography that’s attractive. The Mekong is a way of life and the river is surrounded by fertile soil that supplies a huge proportion of Vietnam’s agricultural production. The Mekong Delta is known as the southern rice bowl of the country. Life in the delta rotates around the waterways and the best way to see that is to visit one of the many colorful floating markets. It’s a great adventure going on a boat tour of the Mekong river.

Phu Quoc Island is famous for unspoiled nature, beautifuland isolated beaches, unspoilt fishing villages, wild jungle and friendly people. For many Visitors this island is one of the most memorable highlights of their trip.The island is connected to Ho Chi Minh City by daily flights.

At a glance

Viet Nam is located in Southeast Asia with a total land area of 329,314 square kilometers and a coast line of approximately 3,200 kilometers. According to the 2016 national census, the total population was estimated at 94 million, with women accounting for 50.60% of the total. more
Climate & Times to visit

Generally, Vietnam is a viable destination at any time of the year and has a remarkably diverse climate from north to south due to the countries length with each area marked by slightly different seasons and climates. Vietnam's climate can be divided into three different zones - North Vietnam, Central Vietnam and South Vietnam. more
Culture & Customs

Vietnam has an age-old and special culture that is closely attached to the history of the formation and development of the nation. The Vietnam you see today is steeped in ancient rites and traditions that have survived throughout the bumps and scrapes of history. Though sharing the same Southeast Asian cultural origin and and has been influenced in different ways by the Chinese,Khmer, French and Americancultures over the years, the most prominent feature of the Vietnamese culture is that it was not assimilated by foreign cultures. more

The people of Vietnam speak Vietnamese as a native language. In its early history, Vietnamese writing used Chinese characters. In the 13th century, the Vietnamese developed their own set of characters called Chữ nôm. more
Food & Drink

Vietnamese culture has a long tradition of colourful festivals and events, with the aim of as simple as entertaining the community or as meaningful as expressing respect to country's builders, heroes, God and saints and as well as commemorating remarkable events. The festivals and events listed below may take place on a nation scale or belong to specific regions. There are two main types of activities conducted in Vietnam's festivals: ceremonial rites and entertaining activities. more
Festivals & Events

Vietnamese culture has a long tradition of colourful festivals and events, with the aim of as simple as entertaining the community or as meaningful as expressing respect to country's builders, heroes, God and saints and as well as commemorating remarkable events. The festivals and events listed below may take place on a nation scale or belong to specific regions. There are two main types of activities conducted in Vietnam's festivals: ceremonial rites and entertaining activities. more
Public Holidays

The official currency is the Vietnamese Dong (VND) more

Travelling to and in Vietnam is quite convenient. There are several means of transport to choose from depending on the budget and time. more

To enter Vietnam, visa is required for most nationalities (excluding some nationalities which are exempt from visa into Vietnam under specific provisions). more

Shopping in Vietnam is a fun and interesting experience, and guarantees good bargains to those who know what to look for. It is true to say that you can find nearly anything in Vietnam. Markets vary from high class shopping malls, supermarkets to bustling open market, galleries, boutiques and street stalls. more

Health issues (and the quality of medical facilities) vary enormously depending on where you are in Vietnam. The major cities are generally not high risk and have good facilities, though rural areas are another matter. Travellers tend to worry about contracting infectious diseases in Vietnam, but serious illnesses are rare. Accidental injury (especially traffic accidents) account for most life-threatening problems. We strongly recommend having a good health insurance and carrying a good first aid kit. more
Safety & Security

Vietnam is a relatively safe country for visitors, including women travelling alone. In fact, given the country’s recent history, petty crime in Vietnam’s major cities has risen along with rising numbers of tourists. That said, petty crime is on the rise – though it’s still relatively small–scale and shouldn’t be a problem if you take common–sense precautions. more

The custom of tipping varies widely between countries, but it is usually the standard of service that determines tips. Foreigners are often confused about the tipping culture in Vietnam. The practice of tipping was not common at all in Vietnam, until the waves of tourism brought with it many western influences, including the concept of tipping. Today, although tips are not expected, they are much appreciated. more