Vietnam is the country of World Heritage sites and eternal beauty. Discover Vietnam tour is a perfect opportunity to explore the depths of architectural beauty, natural diversity and the fascinating culture and history of this country.

Explore the vibrant mix of culture and friendly people of the Vietnamese.  The intriguing country has stunning landscapes and mystical eastern coastline. From the chaos of the Ho Chi Minh City to the old world nature of Hanoi, the tumultuous history and modern culture of this unique country are an attraction to many. The colonial charm, inspiring scenery and delicious food and cuisine of this country are another added attraction that makes this tour an exceptional opportunity to sway away from a regular life into the wondrous views of the world. Come explore the labyrinth of streets and towns in the beautiful country, and you are surely set to come back looking for more. Explore the rich culture and traditions of the naturally blessed country.

  1. Day Arrival in Hanoi

    Depart from your respective country and arrive in Hanoi. Hanoi is the capital of the beautiful country Vietnam home to the Temple of Literature, Hoa La Prison, 36 streets and the Presidential Palace which are areas worth exploring. Once you are in the NoiBai Airport of the city, you will be transferred to the hotel whereby you can attend the Puppet Show and welcome dinner.

  2. Day Drive to Hanoi to Halong Bay

    Drive to Halong Bay, a World Heritage Site of outstanding oceanic beauty, private boat cruises, islets, grottos, caves and perfect seafood lunch. It is a stunning place with roughly 3000 limestone peaks rising from the sea and amazing karst scenery. Optional excursion to ThienCung cave or Dau Go Cave. Approximately 4 hours of drive.

  3. Day Halong Bay to Hanoi

    Today, we continue cruising and explore the oceanic beauty in its entire valor. We will end the tour in the mid-morning, before returning back to Hanoi by a vehicle. Afternoon free for exploration in the capital which is full of sightseeing delights worth exploring.

  4. Day Fly from Hanoi to Hue

    We will fly to Hue City today. Hue is the cultural and historical center of Vietnam with plenty to see. We will explore Vietnam’s feudal capital by visiting several citadels, palaces, and royal tombs. Explore the Tomb of TuDuc, its sprawling lush pine forest as well as the Old Imperial situated on the northern bank of the Perfume River. Other added attractions worth visiting are the Thien Mu Pagoda, Imperial Citadel, the mausoleum of TuDuc etc. Also, embark on a boat cruise on the Perfume River and listen to the Vietnamese traditional folk song during the cruise.

  5. Day Hue to Hoi An

    We will start off the day with a boat ride on the Perfume River and visit locations like Thien Mu Pagoda and Emperor Minh Mang. Drive to the Hai Van Pass, Lag Co beach, and finally to Hoi An. On the way, we visit the Danang’s Cham Museum. Visit the Cham museum and visit the tiny town of Hoi An, Chinese Assembly Hall and Japanese covered bridge and relax on the banks of the Thu Bon River.

  6. Day Sightseeing around Hoi An

    An ancient trading spot for merchants, the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site home to the Chinese Assembly Hall of Fujien Chinese community, the worship place of ThienHau, and the beautiful pottery village of Thanh Ha among other locations. The day starts with the walk to the Culture and History Musem, followed by walking to the main street of the Chinese Assembly Hall of FujienChinse Community. Continue walking along the riverbank to through narrow streets to the beautifully decorated shops and colorful lanterns, finally bringing the day to an end.

  7. Day Fly from Hoi An to Saigon

    After breakfast, we will be transferred to the Danang Airport so that we fly to the Saigon airport and embark on the tour of the beautiful city. Saigon indicates the courageous past of Vietnam and is home to historic locations like War Museum, Chu Chi Tunnels, and intricate network of the underground village. Witness the ingenuity of the local people and end the day with views of the historic city embedded on your mind

  8. Day Saigon to Mekong Delta & return to Saigon

    Today, we start the day with the river cruise to Mekong Delta. Reach Mekong Delta through the Cai Be, where the beautiful boat cruise through small canals can be explored. There are a huge number of wholesalers who sell exceptional goods at cheap prices. Observe the floating market and return to Vinh Long and drive back to Saigon Minh.

  9. Day Depart transfer

    After witnessing the beauty and the ingenuity of Vietnam, it is finally time to bid goodbye to the nation, after some sightseeing in the morning. Explore the Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), a bustling hotspot for people. Explore the Central Post Office, City Hall, Reunification Palace and Opera House. After this, it is time to be transferred to the airport to return back home. Depart with heavy hearts from this luxurious tour of Vietnam, only with a promise to come back for more.

  • Day Arrival in Hanoi

    The incredible tour of Vietnam starts with an arrival to the capital of this mysterious country. Hanoi is home to several sightseeing locations including the Temple of Literature. Temple of Literature is the oldest University in Vietnam and has over 2000 graduates. Other locations include the Hoa Lo Prison, and the quarter of the country with 36 streets, each selling a particular type of shop.

    After arriving at the airport, you will be driven to the hotel to spend the night. The afternoon is free for exploration of the capital city. Explore the bustling nightlife and taste the unique cuisine that Vietnam is famous for. You can also attend the Puppet Show and welcome dinner.

    • No meals included
    • Overnight at hotel in Hanoi
  • Day Drive to Hanoi to Halong Bay

    We start the day early, to embark on a 4-hour journey to Halong Bay. Halong Bay is an interesting creation of nature. This can be considered to be one of the most stunning sights in Sub Asia. There are roughly 3000 limestone peaks rising directly from the emerald blue sea in the Gulf of Tonkin.

    We will start the cruise through the amazing karst scenery. Enjoy exceptional seafood on board. We will spend the night in the luxurious cruise boat with twin share cabins and en suite facilities. We can also embark on an optional excursion to ThienCung cave or Dau Go Cave. Spend the night in the tranquility of the waters of the Halong Bay. Approximately 4 hours of drive.

    • Breakfast, lunch & dinner included
    • Overnight at hotel in Halong bay
  • Day Halong Bay to Hanoi

    We will continue our exceptionally satisfying cruise today. After this, we return to port and drive back to Hanoi. Upon arrival in Hanoi, we are free to embark on sightseeing in some locations strewn through the city. Explore the Temple of Literature, to the Hoa Lo Prison. We can also do some shopping in 36 Streets. Each street is home to shops selling particular products. Another stop worth exploring is the Presidential Palace.

    • Breakfast & lunch included
    • Overnight at hotel in Hanoi
  • Day Fly from Hanoi to Hue

    It is time, to fly to Hue today. After breakfast, we will be transported to the airport whereby we will embark on a beautiful flight to Hue.

    The city of Hue holds historical significance as it was the feudal capital of the country from 1802 to 1945 when ruled by the Nguyen dynasty. Its magnificence is reflected in the number of pagodas, temples, palaces and citadels which are strewn all across the city. All the architectural delights were laid in accordance with the Geomancy or FengShui. It is also home to the green beaches of the incredible Perfume River.

    The most important destination to visit in Hue is the Tomb of TuDuc, considered to be one of the most beautiful works of royal architecture of the Nguyen Dynasty. The tomb lives up to its reputation as it is a set in a sprawling pine forest and the construction of the tomb, which started on 1864, was completed bu 1867. It is the final resting place of the Emperor TuDuc, who is known to have enjoyed the longest reign of the Nguyen dynasty.

    Another outstanding sight is the Imperial Citadel which has walls which are six miles in length and has palaces and halls. It is also home to the remains of the Forbidden Purple City where concubines and eunuchs were only allowed. The gaping holes left by bombs indicate the idea of the destruction wreaked upon the country during the Vietnam War. There are more than 100 buildings in the Imperial Citadel and with its abundance of palaces, temples, and fortresses; it also stands out as an interesting place to visit. Other added attractions worth visiting are the Thien Mu Pagoda, Imperial Citadel, the mausoleum of TuDuc etc. Also, embark on a boat cruise on the Perfume River and listen to the Vietnamese traditional folk song during the cruise.

    • Breakfast included
    • Overnight at hotel in Hue
  • Day Hue to Hoi An

    The day starts early today. We will embark on a relaxing boat ride on the Perfume River to reach the Thien Mu Pagoda which was created on 1601 and is the most famous architectural structures situated in Vietnam. Its striking 21 m high octagonal tower and the 7 storiedPhuocDuyen Tower offers an incredible, picturesque sight. The sight is the unofficial symbol of Hue.

    We will continue from the Thien Mu to the Tomb of Emperor Minh Mang. This tomb is the most majestic of all Royal Tombs for sure as its magnificence cannot be put into words. The tomb was created for Minh Mang, who ruled from 1820-1840.

    Our 130 m journey drives through Lang Co between the South China Sea as we leave Hue behind. The drive also takes s past the spectacular Hai Van Pass, also known as the Pass of the Ocean Clouds. Stunning views of mountain peaks from atop the pass please the eye and with the views in mind, we reach Danang. In Danang, we explore the Cham Museum, home to statutes and decorative pieces of architecture. All the delights, more than 300 in numbers, have been collected from Hindu and Buddhist temples from the Kingdom of Champa.

    Also climb the Marble Mountain, from where we can explore the views of the large caves used by Viet Cong as a hospital base during the long and fearsome Vietnam War. The peak offers exceptional vies of the China beach and the surrounding countryside. We finally reach Hoi An and spend the night there.

    • Breakfast included
    • Overnight in hotel in Hoi An
  • Day Sightseeing around Hoi An

    Today, we will spend the entire day on sightseeing around d the spectacles offered by Hoi An. Hoi An is the ancient European trading port in Vietnam, which dates back to the sixteenth century.

    Hoi An can surely be called a living museum as it is filled with attractive wooden merchant’s houses and pagoda styled temples. The picturesque town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site on 1999. The tour of this wonderful town starts off with the Culture and History Museum. This endeavor will be followed by walking around the authentic market. Also, walk along the ChineseAssemblyHall of the Fujian Chinese Community.

    The Community was created on 1967, as a dedication to the Goddess of the Sea or the Holy Mother (ThienHau). It is also a perfect meeting spot for the Fujian Chinese Community. Walk along narrow streets to the riverbank with old houses on both sides.

    The beautifully decorated shops, colorful lanterns, and souvenirs almost create a mystical aura that is evident all through the city. Observe the Japanese Covered Bridge which was created in the 17th century. The bridge is shaped like a pagoda and is the official symbol of Hoi An as of now.

    The day ends by visiting a historic old house. There is also an option to embark on a public boat ride to visit Cam Kim, a small carpentry village. Clay objects are created in the beautiful pottery village of Thanh Ha, another destination worth exploring.

    • Breakfast included
    • Overnight at hotel in Hoi An
  • Day Fly from Hoi An to Saigon

    Today, our destination is the absorbing and exciting city of Saigon. We start off the day with a drive to the Danang Airport. From the airport, we fly to the Saigon airport and proceed to the Cu Chi Tunnels directly.

    The Cu Chi tunnels are an evidence of the courageous past that Vietnam holds. The tunnels were part of an extensive battleground in the Vietnam- American war. The visit to Saigon cannot be complete without the visit to this massive underground village. The village is an intricate network of 200 km long tunnels. It is suited 75 kilometers from the Ho Chi Minh City at Ben Duoc.

    A simple visit to a short segment of this labyrinth of underground residence gives a clear picture of the ingenuity of the local people who created it. If you are claustrophobic, this place is not for you to visit.

    Saigon is a city which consists of temples standing defiantly alongside modern development. The bustling free market city was surely devastated by the Vietnam Wat, but has emerged tall and proud as a bustling free market city. Apart from the Cu Chi tunnels, we also embark on a visit to the Thanh market, Reunification Palace, and the interesting War Remnants Museum. The museum holds photogenic records of the beautiful Vietnam War. Discretion is advised, however, as some images in the museum are extremely graphic.

    • Breakfast included
    • Overnigh night at hotel in Saigon
  • Day Saigon to Mekong Delta & return to Saigon

    We visit the amazing Mekong Delta to experience the lifestyle of people in the Mekong River today. We start off with a drive to Vinh Long. Vinh Long is aptly called as the ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam as it produces most of the country’s coconuts, sugarcane, and fruits, owing to its geographically strategic location.

    After reaching Mekong Delta, we embark on a cruise of the mighty Mekong River and cruise our way to Cai Be. Friendly locals and beautiful orchards bless our path/ en route, we can also stop off to visit small cottage industries making rice paper and coconut candy. Sample local produce and spend the evening on a tranquil dinner experience in the Mekong Delta River. After visiting the beautiful floating market, it is now time to return back to Saigon  and spend the night there.

    • Breakfast included
    • Overnight at hotel in Saigon
  • Day Depart transfer

    Today, we will explore remaining areas of the Saigon City, before finally bidding goodbye yo the beauty and the ingenuity and interesting history of Vietnam.

    Saigon, also known as Ho Chi Minh, is known to be the largest city in Vietnam. It is also a city that never sleeps as people are one the go, 24 hours a day. Buying, selling, studying and working local people delight yours to the core. High rise buildings have surely begun to appear in the premises of the large city, however, its history and culture remain embedded in the souls of every passer-by that ou encounter.

    Places of interests, to visit in the better half of the morning, include the likes of Notre Dame Cathedral. Opera House, Central Post Office, City Hall etc. shop around the Dong Khoi Street and the Ben Thanh Market before making your way to the airport, in order to leave the beauty of this wonderful country behind. Depart with heavy hearts from this luxurious tour of Vietnam, only with a promise to come back for more.

    • Breakfast included

Trip Info

  • Accommodation & meals

    • Pre and post tour accommodation at 4 star hotels in Hanoi & Saigon.
    • 8-night accommodation in the 4 Star hotels on twin sharing basis.
    • 8 Breakfasts included during the trip as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • What's included

    • Round-trip airport/hotel transfers specified in the itinerary
    • All domestic air tickets (HAN-HUI and DAD-SGN / Economy Class)
    • English speaking tour guide
    • Admission fees to sites listed in the itinerary
  • What's not included

    • Round-trip International air ticket
    • Visa fee
    • Travel insurance
    • Meals and drinks (unless specified in the itinerary)
    • Service beyond the itinerary
    • Personal expenses throughout the tour
    • Gratuities (optional, not required)
  • Transportation

    Transports by van, mini-bus, and/or coach

  • Visa & documentation

    All travelers must have at least 6 months valid passport from return schedule date to travel overseas.

    A Visa required traveling to Vietnam

    US and Canada Citizen require valid passport and Visa to enter the country.
    The tourists Visa allow staying up to 30 day from issuing date.

    - Vietnamese Visa application form
    - Original Signed US or Canada passport
    - One Passport picture 2x2 (Color picture only)
    - Proof of status: Legal status evidence as original document such as US Visa,1-20,H1B approval notice and Green card.

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