Established as a hill station by the French in 1922, Sapa today is the tourism centre of the northwest. Travel to Sapa, spend the days hiking through verdant landscapes to colourful villages, be surrounded of spectacular scenery while driving over mountains and past terraced rice paddies, experience hill tribe customs while staying in local houses.
Misty mountains, covered in rice terraces and the green of forests, Sapa is home to different ethnic tribal groups that seem a world apart. Take an overnight train journey from Hanoi into the highlands. Spend the days walking to villages tucked on the mountainside, encountering a diverse mix of ethnic groups and learning about their rich traditions.
Hochiminh city was named Saigon before the country reunification in 1975 but it is still referred to the locals as Saigon. This is a city of so many contrasts with its fabulous new international hotels, exclusive restaurants vying for space and local markets teeming with local produce and tradition. From lush parks, to bustling markets, get a taste of all the city in this one-day tour.
The mystical scenery of Halong Bay where thousands of limestone islands jut out of the emerald sea, sculpted into bizarre shapes and surrounded by colorful floating villages is a truly wonderful destination. And for those who have limited time in Vietnam but want to have a glint of breathtaking Halong Bay, this one day tour would be the best choice.
The ancient village of Duong Lam on the outskirts of Hanoi is also known as a museum of laterite, home to the houses built 300-400 years ago with lateritic bricks. It has also been described as the last stronghold of wet rice farming culture in northern Vietnam. This day trip will help you trace back to the origin of Vietnam’s culture, to explore the unique architecture of ancient houses.
The Northwest of Vietnam is still relatively untouched by the outside world. Beautiful scenery and idyllic villages make this area well worth a visit. Have lunch in a traditional stilt-house, travel through fertile valleys and along roads snaking through mountain passes. The area is inhabited mainly by the Thai people who number about one million in Vietnam.
This one-day trip let's you discover the ancient capital of Vietnam during the Dinh - Le dynasties: Hoa Lu and the so called 'Halong on Land' Tam Coc. Famed for its beautiful landscapes and incredible scenery, this is one of the top destinations in Vietnam. From ancient temples to hidden caves and verdant rice paddies, this province has a bit of everything.
Hanoi is a city of wide tree lined boulevards, tranquil lakes and colonial villa's with a more sedate pace than other Asian cities. The city has many cultural-historic sites including the Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum, Temple of literature, One Pillar Pagoda. This is a city that will leave you wishing that you need longer time to explore this charming and enthralling capital.
What makes Vietnam one of the most prized destinations in Southeast Asia is the sheer wealth of different landscapes and unique cultural attractions. Securing the balance between recreational sightseeing and relaxation, this Vietnam tour offers a compelling blend of countryside life styles, historical sightseeing and tropical indulgence.
Explore Ho Chi Minh City’s historic monuments then glide across the waters of the Mekong Delta. Amazing waterways hidden amongst vibrant tropical fruit gardens, bustling floating markets that offer a cornucopia of items and acres of emerald rice fields are what make the Mekong Delta so unforgettable. Lose track of time during a relaxing break on Phu Quoc Island.
Hue and Hoi An are both UNESCO World Heritage listed sites and boast some of the strongest cultural relics in Vietnam. Through this tour, you will touch all the heritages in Vietnam, through Vietnam history which has a lot to tell, and this is why we would like to take you on this wonderful journey to learn about the cultural and historical past of this interesting destination.
Explore Vietnam’s southern wonders on this journey into one of the most fascinating region. The uniquely southern charm with its welcoming introduction to life along the river is the real draw, visitors can explore quaint riverside towns, sample fruits bartered in the colourful floating markets. Other highlights include visits to local orchards, flower markets and fish farms.