+ All activities on the itinerary
+ 24/7 hotline support guaranteed;
+ Meals (not drink) as stated in the itinerary (B: Breakfast; L: Lunch; D: Dinner);
+ Experienced English-speaking guide;
+ Entrance fees for all visits as mentioned in the itinerary;
+ Transfers: Airport Pick up and drop as per your flight timings + Internal Transfers on SIC basis in a comfortable and hygienic vehicle.
+ Bottle of water on the coach (1bottle/1 person/1 day)
+ Accommodation as mentioned above. Check in: 2 pm. Check out: 11.am
+ Early check in & late check out room (available upon request and depend on room availability)
+ Travel insurance (we highly recommend that you purchase adequate insurance).
+ International or Domestic flight tickets
+ Vietnam Visa
+ Tipping for guides, drivers, hotel staff, restaurant staff, boat rider, etc.
+ Personal expenses, such as laundry, telephone, drinks, etc.
+ Meals, if not specified in the itinerary
+ All other services not specified in the itinerary Surcharge for Peak season, Tet Lunar New year holidays, and compulsory dinner at some hotel & resort on Xmas and New Year’s Eve.
Upon reaching Hanoi, complete the immigration and visa on arrival process at the airport. Meet our driver at the airport and board your transfers to reach the pre-booked hotel.
Complete the check-in procedure at the hotel and get ready to explore this capital city of Vietnam.
Free time for leisure to enjoy Old Quarter to enjoy the bustling local life. This bustling area of narrow streets and alleys is home to literally thousands of small businesses and shopkeepers.
It's a great place to explore with plenty of photo opportunities all around you. Return back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Hanoi, located on the banks of the Red River, is one of the most ancient capitals in the world, where travelers can find well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas, temples and unique museums within the city center.
Get picked up by our friendly guide and start to explore Hanoi City
Arrive at Tran Quoc Pagoda located on Golden Fish Island in West Lake. It is the oldest pagoda in Hanoi built in the 6th century
Then visit Ho Chi Minh complex, you have a chance to see the embalmed body of Ho Chi Minh then walk around the garden to see 2 houses where he lived & worked from 1954 to 1969. Then visit One Pillar Pagoda where worships the Goddess of Mercy – It is the most unique pagoda in the world
Should dress modestly by covering from shoulders to knees when visiting Ho Chi Minh mausoleum, temples, pagodas…
Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is closed on Mondays and Fridays.
Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is closed for at least 2 months (15th June -15th August) for the annual maintenance but still can take pictures Mausoleum and visit that area.
Visit Vietnam Ethnology Museum to learn about the culture of 54 ethnic groups living in the whole country of Vietnam
Special Note: we will visit Women's Museum instead of the Ethnology Museum closed on Mondays
Have lunch at our restaurant. You have an opportunity to enjoy Vietnamese cuisine with 8 delicious dishes.
Continue to visit the Temple of Literature – the first university of Vietnam, established in the 11th century.
ENJOY HANOI STREET FOOD TOUR
Our guide picks up for food tour. On a 3 hours walking tour you’ll explore the culture, history of Hanoi, step into a world full of street food vendors. Unlike big cities all around the world, street food in Hanoi are not just hot dog carts and pretzel stands, we offer an opportunity to try out 10 different dishes at local food stand, family restaurants… A rotating menu from day-to-day to represent the variety of delicious options, but tastings might include – but are subject to change: rice noodle soup with beef, rice noodle with chicken, rice noodle with grilled pork, snail, or dry noodle, sticky rice, along with various kinds of donut, steamed pancake or Vietnamese sandwiches.
Get picked up by our friendly guide then depart for Ninh Binh province
Then have a short break for 15 – 20 minutes to relax
Visit Hoa Lư, ancient capital of Vietnam between 968 and 1010. You have a chance to learn about Vietnamese history in the feudal system under Dinh, Le, and Ly Dynasty
Have lunch in the restaurant with a lot of local foods such as goat meat, fish, chicken, fried rice…. Vegetarian foods are always available in the buffet lunch.
Visit Trang An which was recognized by UNESCO as A World Heritage Site in 2014. Trang An has a wonderful tunnel cave system so Kong’s Movie Group chose this place for the New Version of Kong in 2016 – “Skull Island”. With 2 hours for the boat trip, you will be persuaded by the beauty here.
Visit Tam Coc by 1.5-hour bamboo boat. You will be surprised by the charming beauty her with paddy fields, river, water, cloud, sky, and a stunning cave system during the boat trip. All make a masterpiece that the Vietnamese people called “Ha Long Bay on land”.
Continue the tour for 45 mins - cycling around the village to discover the life of the local people.
Get back to the bus then leave for Mua Cave (Dancing Cave). Walk up almost 500 steps, you can reach the top of Lying Dragon Mountain & have an amazing panoramic view of Tam Coc from here.
Get on the bus to return to Hanoi and drop you off at hotel at Hanoi Old Quarter.
You'll have a sumptuous breakfast at your hotel before gearing up for an exciting excursion to Halong Bay. Then you will travel through the Red River Delta and see the day-to-day life of the Vietnamese villagers. Upon arrival at Halong Bay, you can hop on board a luxurious cruise ship and enjoy a warm welcome from the friendly crew members. In the afternoon, you'll explore some of the hidden gems scattered across the Bay of the Descending Dragon. Get enchanted by the fascinating caves, pristine beaches, picturesque floating villages, and incredible rock formations.
You can enjoy a delicious lunch on board the cruise, or you can take a break and enjoy the beautiful views. The chef is going to give you a wonderful cooking class to learn how to make Vietnamese spring rolls, or you can just relax and enjoy yourself.
As the sun sets, you'll be able to see beautiful colors painting the sky. Later, you can enjoy a delicious dinner with a wide selection of wines and beverages (an additional cost for drinks). You can also relax by watching a movie, going squid fishing, or spending the night on a luxurious cruise in Halong Bay.
Get up early to do a restorative Tai Chi lesson on the Sundeck while taking in the magnificent dawn over the water. Light breakfast will provide you energy for the day, and later on the cruise, a colorful brunch will be savored.
Continue your exploration of Halong Bay by cruising amongst its more than 2000 islets and stopping at some of its top attractions, including its breathtaking beaches, amazing caverns, and attractive floating towns. You'll have plenty of time to take in the splendor of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, capture it on camera, and lose yourself in the peace of the natural world.
Following the excursion, you'll head back to Hanoi's shoreline where you'll spend the night in the convenience of your hotel in the busy city. Spend some time unwinding and thinking back on the fantastic experiences you had while exploring Halong Bay.
Take the ovẻ night Train or Fly to Hue , Stay over night in Hue
Hue City is a historic city located in central Vietnam, on the banks of the Perfume River. It was the capital of Vietnam during the Nguyen Dynasty from 1802 to 1945. The city is known for its well-preserved Imperial City, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was the political and cultural center of the Nguyen Dynasty. Hue City is also known for its traditional Vietnamese architecture, delicious cuisine, and beautiful natural scenery. Some popular tourist attractions in Hue City include the Tomb of Emperor Minh Mang, Thien Mu Pagoda, and the Hue Museum of Royal Fine Arts.
In addition to its historic landmarks, Hue is also known for its culinary traditions, which include royal cuisine, vegetarian dishes, and street food specialties such as banh khoai (fried pancakes) and bun bo Hue (spicy beef noodle soup).
Visitors to Hue can also enjoy outdoor activities such as cycling along the Perfume River, exploring local markets and shops, and visiting nearby beaches and natural attractions.
Hue to Hoi An by Private car or motorbike.
Vietnam offers many scenic drives that showcase the country's natural beauty, diverse landscapes, and cultural heritage. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to experience it when you are in Hue and want to visit Da Nang, Hoi An. One of the most brilliant pass is Hai Van Pass. This iconic mountain pass connects the cities of Hue and Da Nang and offers stunning views of the coastline and surrounding mountains. The road winds through lush forests and past abandoned French colonial forts, providing a glimpse into Vietnam's history and natural beauty.
Take a ride from Hoi An to Da Nang. In the center of Vietnam, close to Danang, are the Ba Na Hills, a highland resort. It is renowned for its breathtaking mountain scenery, French colonial architecture, and an array of sights and entertainment choices. Panorama views of the surrounding hills and shoreline are available from Ba Na Hills, which is located at an elevation of more than 1,400 meters above sea level.
One of the main attractions at Ba Na Hills is the Golden Bridge, a pedestrian bridge that spans across two mountain peaks and is held up by giant stone hands. The bridge is a popular spot for photos and offers stunning views of the surrounding scenery. Visitors can also take a cable car ride to the top of the mountain, which is one of the longest and highest cable car rides in the world.
At the top of the mountain, there are several other attractions to explore, including a French village with European-style buildings, a flower garden, an amusement park, and a wax museum. There are also several restaurants and cafes serving a variety of Vietnamese and international cuisine.
Ba Na Hills is a popular day trip destination from Danang or Hoi An, and visitors can spend several hours exploring the attractions and enjoying the scenic views. It is also possible to stay overnight at one of the resorts or hotels located on the mountain.
Take a boat ride to Cam Thanh village to see the lovely Vietnamese landscape and the enticing water-coconut forests. You will be in awe of the breathtaking surroundings as you go toward the village. Enjoy a welcome drink at our restaurant while you unwind from the rush and bustle of city life.
You will be accompanied to the market by our local guide so that you may take in the lively ambiance of Vietnamese street markets and select the most recent ingredients for your cooking class. Get swept up in the activity as you speak with the merchants and discover the regional ingredients that will be used in your lesson.
After gathering your ingredients, come back to our restaurant to begin your culinary instruction. You will be led carefully through the production of many classic Vietnamese meals by our talented chef. You will learn to prepare a range of regional specialties, from flavorful pho to delicious banh mi.
Sit down with your peers and savour your delectable concoctions after the course. Enjoy the flavors of your freshly prepared lunch while exchanging jokes and stories.
As the day draws to a conclusion, say goodbye to Cam Thanh village and head back to your hotel with a newfound love for Vietnamese food and a belly full of food.
The most lovely site to stop in central Vietnam is undoubtedly Hoi An Ancient Town. Wide-eyed tourists are still drawn to the old town by the preservation of the architecture from the 18th century and the way of life there. You'll wish you had planned to stay longer once you get to Hoi An. It's a place that makes you feel uneasy. Explore in safety and with ease. Hoi An Ancient Town was formally recognized as a World Heritage Site in December 1999.
After having a hearty breakfast, check out from the hotel and board your transfer to the airport.
After you take your flight to Phu Quoc City, get ready for an incredible trip. You can look forward to comfortable and easy trip, you will reach this quaint coastal town, which features pristine beaches, blue waters, and a kind and welcoming attitude.
When you arrive, a helpful local driver will welcome you at the airport and take you directly to your hotel. Once you get to the hotel, take some time to get ready and settle in.
Phu Quoc is a popular tourist attraction in Vietnam for its magnificent beaches, crystal-clear waters, and natural beauty.Visitors to Phu Quoc can engage in a variety of activities, such as swimming, tanning, snorkeling, scuba diving, and fishing. The island's numerous waterfalls, hiking routes, and national parks are also open to visitors' exploration.
Besides, Phu Quoc is famous for its seafood and authentic fish sauce in addition to its stunning natural surroundings. In addition to visiting fish sauce facilities to learn about the ancient processes used to make this well-known Vietnamese condiment, tourists may enjoy fresh seafood at nearby restaurants.
There are many different accommodation options in Phu Quoc, ranging from luxurious resorts to guesthouses that are affordable.
Phu Quoc is not a city but an island located off the southwestern coast of Vietnam. It is the largest island in Vietnam and is known for its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and lush tropical forests.
The first destination we will visit is Pearl cultural area (Long Beach Pearl Farm) - one of Phu Quoc's must-see attractions. You may learn about the pearl culture process, see how pearls are dissected firsthand, and possess authentic pearl goods that bring good fortune and success.
Moreover, you can buy and enjoy sim wine production facility (the island's own wine) and enjoy shopping for unique Phu Quoc gifts to give to friends and family.
Please don’t forget to visit Pepper Garden - A popular tourist destination, especially among young people, due to its green pepper rows, maze-like lanes, and countless unique experiences. If you missed it on your way to see the beautiful pearl island, you will be sorry.
When you come to Phu Quoc, you will have opportunity to visit traditional Phu Quoc fish sauce barrel house and visit the island's long-standing traditional craft communities.
Ho Quoc Pagoda (Truc Lam Ho Quoc Zen Monastery) which is a new spiritual destination in Phu Quoc is also a place that you can’t miss!
Sao Beach, one of Phu Quoc's most beautiful beaches, with crystal-clear water and fine white sand. When you arrive at Bai Sao, you may relax, play, and swim in the sea (freshwater bath + hammock: self-sufficient). Then you can have lunch at Bai Sao with local cuisine.
The final destination you will visit is Phu Quoc Prison Historical Site. It is known as "Hell on Earth," it has been subjected to two periods of French colonialism and American imperialism.
The Phu Quoc islands hopping adventure will introduce you to the underwater world at various locations through boat fishing, snorkeling, and prone photography. Visitors' appetites for adventure will be sated by contemporary technology games in the Aquatopia park and regional food. The 7.899.9 m long cable that connects An Thoi harbor and Thom island will provide the best views on Phu Quoc island.
You will have chance to visit Buom Islands. Located off the southern coast of Phu Quoc Island, Buom Island (also known as "Island of the Nail") is a small uninhabited island that is famous for its beautiful coral reefs and marine life. It is a popular spot for snorkeling and diving due to its clear waters, and visitors can also enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing on the white sandy beaches.
Another island we will visit is Gam Ghi Island. Gam Ghi Island is a peaceful and picturesque destination that offers a great escape from the hustle and bustle of the main island of Phu Quoc.The island is uninhabited and is known for its pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters, which are ideal for swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing. It is allowing visitors to explore the island's natural beauty and relax on its sandy beaches.
Additionally, you can visit May Rut Island in Phu Quoc. There are a lot of boat tours from Phu Quoc visit May Rut Island as part of their itinerary, allowing visitors to explore the island's natural beauty and enjoy its beaches and water activities. The island is also home to a small fishing village, where visitors can observe the daily life of the local fishermen and sample fresh seafood.
Finally, we will set foot on Thom Island. This island is well-known for its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and coral reefs, making it a popular location for water sports like snorkeling and scuba diving. Along with a number of restaurants and pubs where guests can savor fresh seafood and other regional fare, Thom Island also offers a few small motels and guesthouses for those who want to spend the night.
After having a hearty breakfast, check out from the hotel and board your transfer to the airport for your flight to Ho Chi Minh City.
Welcome to Ho Chi Minh City! This city is also known as Saigon and the largest city in Vietnam and the country's economic and cultural center. Located in southern Vietnam, it has a population of over 9 million people and is known for its bustling streets, vibrant nightlife, and historic landmarks.
Some of the top attractions in Ho Chi Minh City include the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon, the Central Post Office, the Reunification Palace, and the War Remnants Museum. The city is also known for its street food, with many stalls and markets selling a variety of local delicacies such as banh mi sandwiches, pho noodle soup, and fresh seafood.
In addition to its historic and cultural attractions, Ho Chi Minh City is also a popular destination for shopping, with several markets and malls offering a wide range of products from local handicrafts to luxury fashion brands.
Begin your day with a delicious breakfast at the hotel, then say goodbye to the welcoming staff. Check out of the hotel and take a relaxing ride to the airport, where you will catch your flight back home while carrying a heart full of priceless memories and experiences from your incredible Vietnam Tour.
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