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.
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 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 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 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.
Con Dao islands are the hidden gem located off Vietnam’s southern coast. The islands contain soft white sand, lush jungle, clear blue water and extensive coral reefs. Beside beach relax, this 3 days Con Dao escape tour will offer you an option to explore the area with a visit to a historical sites including former Con Dao prison with its infamous “tiger cage”.
Discover the scenic landscapes of Ninh Binh province on a 2-day tour to explore Halong Bay on land from Hanoi. Discover the Van Long natural reserve, the ancient capital of Vietnam during the Dinh and Le dynasties called Hoalu, the vibrant green rice fields dotted with limestone out crops which will impress any visitor to the area. You will live in the authentic Vietnam.
Hoian is not only well known for its cozy town but is also famous for its outstanding beach. The town features narrow streets, traditional old houses while the beach is marked by palm-fringed white sands and crystal water. Whether being a stop during Vietnam tour or an escape from busy cities, Hoian beach is a good choice to enjoy your time with family or friends.
Hue is a destination that offers a nice balance of history and leisure for travelers. Hue city still retains many historical monuments while Thuan An beach is known for its beautiful golden sand, blue water with pristine views. Explore Hue ancient capital and enjoy relaxing time in the untouched Thuan An beach is a good option to experience both historical and leisure side.
This three-day mountain adventure explores picturesque Mai Chau valley and surroundings. It features exciting rides ride on single tracks and open road through green valleys dotted by rice paddy and ethnic Thai villages of stilt homes. You will enjoy home-stays with Thai minority and learn about the local culture, catching a rare glimpse of this serene mountain world.
Mui Ne Beach is a popular tropical beach. Strong sea breezes make it very popular for kitesurfing and windsurfing. Take a scenic drive from Ho Chi Minh City, passing rubber plantations and desert-like terrain to the coast. Spend three days relaxing on Mui Ne’s long and sandy beach; standing on top of the hills, you can easily feel the cool winds from the sea.
Nha Trang, also known as the Riviera of the South China Sea, offers a beautiful coastline with verdant mountain ranges, white sandy beaches, untouched islets and crystal waters with an abundance of marine life and thriving reefs. With many must-see places, endless to-do’s, and great restaurants to dine at, Nha Trang is surely one of the best beach destinations in Vietnam.