$799 per person for an 11-day Vietnam tour for one person (up to $2,476 value)
- Price is per person, based on twin share (two people travelling together)
- Single supplement (one person travelling alone): $299 payable at time of booking
- Read more about purchase options and common Travel Terms here
Included in all options:
- Eight nights in hotels (Signature Saigon Hotel, Ruby River Hotel, Kim An Hotel, and Hanoi Boutique Hotel)
- One night on an air-conditioned sleeper train from Hanoi to Da Nang
- One-night cruise on Halong Bay with guided tour
- First priority domestic flight from Danang to Ho Chin Minh (with 20kg checked luggage and 7kg carry on)
- Guided tour to My Son holy land
- Guided tour to Mekong Delta
- Guided tour to Cu Chi tunnel
- Meals as outlined in the itinerary
- Private car airport transfers in Hanoi, Danang, and Ho Chi Minh City
- Train station transfers
- Tax and service charges
- Entrance costs and fees
- Return airfares from your country to Vietnam
- Beverages, tips, and other expenses
On arrival in Hanoi, travellers are collected from the airport and transferred to their hotel; after a welcome drink, the rest of Day One is spent at leisure. On Day Two the tour group visits Tran Quoc Pagoda and Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum. Travellers head to the One-Pillar Pagoda and the Viet Nam Ethnology Museum, known as one of the most famous museums in Asia. The day continues with a trip to the Temple of Literature and a drive to Hoan Kiem Lake. Day Three is spent experiencing life on Halong Bay, enjoy kayaking, swimming, and exploring the Sung Sot Cave.
Day Four begins with Tai Chi exercises or a photo hunt and a trip to Titov Island before heading back to Hanoi. Day Five sees you exploring Hanoi Old Quarter at your own pace then catching an overnight train to Da Nang. Arriving in Da Nang on the morning of Day Six, travellers are transferred to the ancient city of Hoi An. Day Seven is a busy day, taking in a visit to the 4th Century holy site of My Son, a boat trip on Thu Bon river, and an afternoon visit to Kim Bong Carpentry Village.
Day Eight is more low-key, with guests amusing themselves in Hoi An before flying to Ho Chi Minh. On day Nine tour groups drive to My Tho to visit Vinh Trang pagoda, take a leisurely boat ride along the river and view stilt houses, fruit plantations, and fishing villages along the river bank. The group then heads to Tortoise Islet for lunch in an orchard garden and soon after enjoys a boat ride to An Khanh. Day Ten is spent further exploring Ho Chin Minh City, including the war tunnels of Cu Chi. Guests walk around Ho Chi Minh at their leisure on day eleven and are then transferred to the airport in time for their flight home.
View the detailed itinerary here.
The Area: Vietnam
Vietnam is a vibrant, colourful land of contrasts, with a landscape shaped by a history of seafaring, war and colonialism. Ancient Asian capitals now boast wide Parisian boulevards, where phở and croissants are eaten with equal relish; while in the north, the natural wonder of Halong Bay continues to delight as it has done for thousands of years. Emerald waters lap at the base of towering limestone islands, riddled with eerie caves and shrouded in rainforest and mist – it’s a landscape that myths are made of.