Start/Finish
Ho Chi Minh City / Siem Reap
Duration
17 days / 16 nights
Deal price
US$1,850
Typically
US$1,950

Full Itinerary

- This itinerary is designed for your kind reference, and it can totally be personalized to match your time, budget and interests. Feel free to let us know your expectations for the trip and we take care of them for you.

- Trips are personally tailor-made, with basic standards of daily JOIN-GROUP TOURS where-ever possible, while accommodations and your time of leisure are at your own choice. If your budget allows, we recommend you upgrade to PRIVATE TOURS, when you are personally taken care of and be able to enjoy more private time on your own. Certainly, your trip can be a good mix of PRIVATE DAY TOURS and JOIN-GROUP DAY TOURS as you wish, just simply let us know!

Day 1: Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Arrival

Upon arrival at the Airport, you will be greeted and transferred in a private vehicle to the hotel. Dinner is on your own account (with the recommendation from your Travel Specialists if you wish).

Meals included: No

Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC)



Day 2: HCMC – Cu Chi Tunnels – HCMC Tour

After breakfast at the hotel, at around 8.30am we depart from Ho Chi Minh City to Cu Chi Tunnels, that’s about 80km from Ho Chi Minh city. The tunnel system was built by the Viet Cong in the war battles in the South of Vietnam. The tunnels are a sobering insight into the dedication of the Viet Cong who lived almost entirely underground in the narrow and claustrophobic tunnels, for up to 10 years! Upon arrival, you will have a chance to watch a brief video that will introduce you to the Cu Chi tunnels, followed by a walk through the reserve. In this walk, you can see the Secret Entrance to the tunnels, workshops for the handmade weapons, the clinic bunker, the commander bunker, the meeting bunker and the kitchen bunkers, which are all open and above ground. Nearby is a chilling exhibition of the traps and weapons used against the American GIs. If you are brave, you can experience the Cu Chi tunnels by crawling inside to see how difficult life must have been, and discover the 3 levels underground.

For those who do not like the claustrophobic atmosphere, you do not have to crawl into these tunnels! The small replica displayed outside will give you a perfect example of what the interior looked like.

We return HCMC around noon for Lunch at local restaurant (at your own expense).

In the afternoon, our guide will show you the most interesting sights that Ho Chi Minh City has to offer. Depart from your hotel to the Reunification Palace; this beautifully preserved palace was the residence of the President of the Republic of Vietnam. On April 30th, 1975 the American War officially came to an end here. Enjoy a visiting the War Remnants Museum where you can see countless artifacts, photographs, and pictures documenting the second Indochina war.

After this, we visit The Notre Dame Cathedral, which was built in 1880, and the Old Post Office, which was built sometime between 1886 and 1891. It is one of the best examples of classical French colonial architecture. Next is Jade Emperor Pagoda. This is an ancient temple, as the Chinese temple style with bright decorative motifs.

Our last stop will be at a local Market where you can practice your bargaining skills while shopping for souvenirs. Discover local life and culture. You’ll find some of the friendliest, liveliest, most convivial people in the city in here. Return your hotel around 18:00. The evening and dinner are on your own.

Meals included: Breakfast
Overnight in HCMC



Day 3: HCMC – Mekong Delta (Cai Be – Vinh Long) – HCMC

After Breakfast at your hotel, around 7:30 AM we depart for Cai Be. During the 2 hours ride, you will pass through the picturesque rice fields and enjoy the peaceful scenery.

Cai Be offers many exciting attractions, activities, and excursions. Nature lovers will enjoy the lush natural landscape and those interested in local culture will love meeting the very hospitable local people and discovering the way of life in this region.

9:30 AM. Arrive Cai Be, take a boat trip to cruise along the Mekong river, pass through a small floating market, where the vendors and purchasers floating in their small boats selling and buying their agricultural products. Disembark to visit the craft village where you can witness how the local products are made.

10:30 AM. Continue cruising on the boat. Get off at the fruit orchards comprising many kinds of fruits such as jack-fruit, durian, guava, rambutan, longan etc… drink hot tea, eat fresh fruits and enjoy a live local music performance.

11:30 AM.  Head to the local restaurant by boat, attend a cooking class with the local chef, then enjoy your Lunch.

1:30 PM. After lunch, take a rest, then go kayaking. Don’t worry if you are a first-time paddler, it is not difficult. This is a unique experience in the Mekong Delta.

2:00 PM. Biking along the countryside road to get to know the locals going about their day.

2:40 PM. Say goodbye and depart for HCMC.

5:00 PM. Arrive in HCMC.

The rest of the day is on your own.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch
Overnight in HCMC



Day 4: HCMC – Flight to Danang – Hoi An City Tour

After breakfast at the hotel, time is on your own till check out hotel, and you will be picked up & transferred to HCMC airport for a noon flight to Danang. Welcomed by our tour guide in Danang then you will be transferred to Hoi An ancient town. On the way, we stop visit Marble Mountain. The Marble Mountains are a cluster of five hills made from limestone and marble in Da Nang. It’s also a well-known pilgrimage site with peaks, caves, tunnels, and temples all just waiting to be discovered. Reaching the summit, where you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views.

From the 16th to the 18th century, Hoi An was a thriving international commercial port. Today it is a quaint riverside town popular with tourists for its eclectic architecture, tailor shops, and cafes.

After check-in hotel, take a walking tour winding through the narrow streets of the Ancient Quarter, visits Chua Ong Pagoda, The Assembly Hall, The 200-year-old Tam Ky house, The Japanese Covered Bridge, attend the traditional music show and explore the Lantern making factories, a typical traditional hand-made product of Hoi An. Dinner is on your own arrangement. Overnight in Hoi An.

Meals included: Breakfast
Overnight in Hoi An


Day 5: Hoi An Free Day

A charming town, Hoi An is perfect for you to spend a day wandering around, exploring things by yourself. You can have clothes tailor-made and completed within 24hrs at reasonable prices, or have a relaxing bike ride through beautiful local villages, or relax on the Cua Dai beach or An Bang beach. You can also join one of the optional tours below (additional charge).

Meals included: Breakfast
Overnight in Hoi An

Optional tour 1: Hoi An Eco-tour Fishing Village & Water Ways

Time: 0830hr (8:30 am) & 1330hr (1:30 pm)

You will enjoy a wide range of experiences – from learning traditional fishing techniques to paddling the strange and unique Vietnamese bamboo basket boats while exploring the now tranquil coconut-palm flanked waterways of a past war. On this tour, we provide an authentic social and cultural insight into the local Vietnamese way of life. As well you will take part in some hands-on activities that are fun, safe and interesting to people of all ages. You will be picked up at your hotel and driven to a local fishing village. Learn about the daily life of Vietnamese fishermen, their families, and their community. Board a local boat and commence cruising on the Cua Dai River. Join local fisherman on the river and enjoy a hands-on experience of round net and cast net fishing

Enjoy THUNG CHAI BASKET BOAT DANCING with GANGNAM STYLE performed by crews
on the river, and learn to paddle the unique Vietnamese bamboo basket boats and join in a basket boat race. Explore the now tranquil coconut-palm flanked waterways of a past war and hear of the extreme conditions endured by soldiers of both sides. Back to the boat, enjoy lunch and a cold beer or soft drink. Return to hotel in the early afternoon

Price: Upon request
Inclusions: English speaking guide, life jackets, the transfer from/back hotel, lunch on the boat.

Optional tour 2: Hoi An Biking to rural villages full day (private tour)

After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel to visit a local fishing village by cycling on level ground to the Thu Bon River. For safety purposes, you will be given a short bicycle competency test. For those uncomfortable with riding a bicycle, a private car can be arranged.

Ride along country lanes at a peaceful pace viewing local life and pause to see farmers toiling in their rice paddies using centuries of farming practices. Peddle your way through palm forests, across bridges, fields of water buffalo….

Take a short break with a local family at Cam Thanh Village before enjoying 1.5 hours ride on Traditional Basket Boat (round boat) in the Water Coconut Palm Forest. Learn how to sail the basket boat and catch fish and “purple crabs” in the Canal.

Continue to ride our bikes to Tra Que Organic Vegetable Village where a large variety of vegetable is produced for the local community. At the village, you will be shown the environmentally sustainable practices which the local villagers have used for centuries and is still being used extensively today.

After some farming practices, we head a local family to enjoy a foot massage and the traditional herbal foot dip. You will then ride back to the hotel to rest during the day.

Price: Upon request
Inclusions: English speaking guide, bikes, the transfer from/back hotel, entrance fee, lunch.

Day 6: Hoi An – Hue City Tour

After breakfast, you will drive to Hue. Today you will enjoy one of the most scenic drives over Hai Van Pass, where you can stop to enjoy the spectacle of the coastline, Lang Co Beach.

Arrive in Hue by noontime, check in hotel and take a short rest before embarking on an afternoon of exploring Hue’s famous royal tombs, illustrious examples of the Grand Dynasty’s past, and garden houses.
First, we will visit Minh Mang’s tomb that is located in a tranquil setting of gardens and ponds. Next point is the Emperor Khai Dinh Mausoleum, considered one of the most beautiful and picturesque works of architecture of the Nguyen Dynasty. On the way back to town, you will visit a local workshop where you can see how incense sticks and traditional conical hats are made.
Time is on your own in the evening.

Meals included: Breakfast
Overnight in Hue



Day 7: Hue City Tour – Night Train to Hanoi

After breakfast, we continue exploring Hue. Your day starts with a short visit to Thanh Toan Village where we can see the lively morning market. This is where the locals come to by their daily food. The nearby area is the 300-year-old Thanh Toan bridge and a Cultural Museum where you can visit and talk to the locals.

Take a traditional dragon boat trip on poetic Perfume River, stop visit Thien Mu (Celestial Lady) Pagoda. This iconic seven-story pagoda is regarded as the unofficial symbol of the city, overlooking the River. You will also see the Austin car which took Monk Thich Quang Duc to HCMC where he famously set himself on fire in 1963 as a dramatic protest against the unfair treatment of Buddhists by the Diem regime. The photo of his self-immolation is one of the most well-known images of the war.

Continue on to the Hue Royal Complex, former home to the Nguyen Dynasty, the last the last Monarchy of Vietnam from 1802 – 1945. You will explore the ancient and atmospheric walled Citadel which contains the former Imperial Palace and the Forbidden Purple City. Wind your way to visit Cat Tuong Quan Zen House. It’s a perfect combination of architecture, culture, and people. Here we had a chance to learn about Hue culture, experience Qigong and do meditation.

For lunch, it is open for your choice of one of below options:

Option 1: Taste Hue local food, special cake such as Banh Beo, Nam, Loc… (water fern cake, steamed rice pancake with shrimp and rice dumpling cake) that made by rice flour.  And try Bun Bo Hue (Hue beef noodle soup) in Dong Ba Market, where you can see a lot of ingredients for food, and explore the local life.

Option 2: Feast on a vegetarian meal prepared by nuns at Dong Thuyen Pagoda, a temple located on the top of a hill with a fantastic view. Visit the kitchen to see how your meal is prepared in a wood burning stove, then dig into your food in the company of the nuns who made it. Take the opportunity to learn about Buddhism or just get to know your friendly hosts.

You will time for rest till transfer to train station to take the night train to Hanoi. The train ride is about 14hrs passing the beautiful landscape of Vietnam countryside and beaches. You will get the soft sleeper cabin with air-conditioner.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch
Overnight on train (soft sleeper cabin with AC, 4 persons in a cabin)


Day 8: Hanoi Arrival – Hanoi City Tour

Arrive in Hanoi in the early morning, picked up by a driver and transfer to hotel for check in and relax.

After breakfast, at around 08.00am, dive into the sights sounds and aromas of Hanoi. Start with Ho Chi Minh Complex including his Mausoleum (Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is closed all afternoon, every Monday & Friday, and from late September until December), the Presidential Palace, the historic Stilt house, and the One Pillar Pagoda.

Continuing on our journey through Hanoi we drive to Tran Quoc Pagoda (which means “Stabilizing the Nation”), the oldest pagoda constructed in the sixth century in the Westlake and also a famous attraction for pilgrims.

From there we head to the Temple of Literature. Originally built in honor of Confucius by Emperor Ly Thanh Tong in 1070, a university was added to the grounds six years later. The university provided education to the royal family and children of the aristocracy or “mandarins”.

Around 12.30: you will have lunch at a restaurant. Afterward, you’ll visit Hoan Kiem Lake, the heart and soul of Hanoi. We then take a short drive to visit the Museum of Ethnology, a museum of the 54 officially recognized Ethnic Groups in Vietnam (Ethnology Museum is closed every Monday). Afterward take a cycle rickshaw ride through the Old Quarter then enjoy a Water Puppet show, a uniquely northern Vietnamese art form depicting scenes from rural life and episodes of national history.

From 17.30 – 18.00, return your hotel, the rest of the day is free.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch
Overnight in Hanoi

Optional tour: Hanoi Street food tour (private tour)

We start our walking tour of Hanoi’s largest covered market, Dong Xuan. Along the perimeter of the market, dozens of street hawkers sell a staggering variety of products, from live seafood to exotic fruits and spices. Your expert English-speaking local guide will give you an insight into the intricacies and traditions of Vietnamese food culture including details on ingredients and the history of popular northern dishes.
Walking through the maze of bustling streets that make up Hanoi’s Old Quarter, we tempt our taste buds with the famed Hanoi dish Banh Cuon at a local eatery. Watch in awe as the skilled chefs demonstrate for you how this tasty dish is put together. Continuing into the atmospheric heart of the Old Quarter, we wander past street stalls and quiet residential lanes where you can observe local life that has changed little since Hanoi was founded over 1000 years ago.
Our next stop is a food stall for you to try our Bread, a little food stall with a few typical tiny Vietnamese chairs on the sidewalk where we enjoy the delicious fresh baguettes while observing the neighborhood.
Next one is another famous dish – Bun Cha. Bun Cha consists of vermicelli, herbs and grilled pork. At this secretly hidden café, we will watch a demonstration and then try some egg coffee, a scrumptious local delicacy.
Continue to other food stalls near Hoan Kiem lake where we try some dishes such as Che “Vietnamese style pudding” and Nom “papaya salad with beef”.
It’s the time for dessert as we venture down a small alley and try the local tradition of fresh fruit served in a cup and smothered with crushed iced – this specialty is one not to be missed!

Price: Upon request
Inclusions: English speaking guide, food.


Day 9: Hanoi – Halong – Overnight on Boat

After breakfast at your hotel, you leave Hanoi for Halong Bay. The journey is through the rich farmlands where you can observe the everyday life of Vietnamese villagers. Arriving in Halong Bay in the late morning and you will board a traditional “junk” boat. You will begin a relaxing and unforgettable cruise around the breathtaking and unique limestone karsts and islets. A delicious fresh seafood lunch will be served as you cruise this spectacular bay, a UNESCO listed site.

Notes: The program may differ slightly based on the junk cruise’s itinerary.

Towards the end of the day, the boat sets anchor for the night. As the sun sets over the bay, dinner is served with fresh seafood, salad, and fruit. You will spend the night in your private cabin aboard the Junk in Halong Bay.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
Overnight on boat, private en-suite cabin



Day 10: Halong Bay – Hanoi

Early risers can enjoy an unforgettable sunrise over the bay. On a clear day, you will have a chance to see the sunrise over the spectacular horizon, reflecting in the pristine waters of the bay.
Enjoy breakfast while the boat cruises slowly back to the jetty. Disembark at around noon time and you will be transferred back Hanoi. Dinner is at your own expense.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch
Overnight in Hanoi

Day 11: Hanoi – Flight to Luang Prabang

Breakfast at hotel, time is on your own till transfer to airport for a noon flight to Luang Prabang.
Welcomed in Luang Prabang and transferred to hotel for check-in. Rest of time is on your own.

Meals included: Breakfast
Overnight in Luang Prabang



Day 12: Luang Prabang City Tour – Pak Ou Cave

The first visit today will be Royal Palace Museum (Haw Kham), which is now the National Museum. It houses many religious and cultural treasures, including the royal throne of the Lane Xang kingdom in its original splendor, and preserves some of daily royal life up to 1975. The museum provides information about its exhibits in English, and your guide will be able to offer additional explanations about the artifacts inside.

We then board a private traditional longtail boat for the Mekong River cruise to the famous Pak Ou Caves. Locally called Tam Ting, the caves are filled with thousands of Buddha statues in a wide range of sizes. During the boat ride, take note of the fishermen and villagers going about their daily life on the river. For many, the Mekong plays an integral role in daily life and represents one of the only means of transportation and commerce.

On the way back we stop at Ban Xang Hay, a village specializing in the making rice wine.

We continue to visit the magnificent Wat Xiengthong a superb piece of Lao temple architecture, which presents a sweeping two-tiered roof and ornate mosaics including a beautiful ‘tree of life ‘glass montage on the rear temple wall. This 15th century Wat is the most important in Luang Prabang and one of the most important in the entire country. Until the revolution of 1975, Wat Xieng Thong was a royal temple, supported by the royal family. During the 1960s, Wat Xieng Thong was completely remodeled and redecorated, becoming the splendid temple we see today.

Then we visit Wat Mai (“New Monastery”) built in 1796. It was given its present name following the restoration was undertaken by King Manthathourat in 1821. The most striking feature of the temple is the gilded relief panels covering the front facade. The panels tell the story of Vessentara, the highest incarnation of the Buddha. The gilded doorframes merge into the relief panel, forming what looks like a monolithic wall of gold. Afterward, we will visit the Traditional Art and Ethnology Center (closed on Monday) to learn about Laos’ many ethnic cultures. From there, you will be transferred to Wat Prabath to admire the sunset. Time is on your own in the evening.

Meals included: Breakfast
Overnight in Luang Prabang



Day 13: Luang Prabang – Khoangsi Waterfall – Local Villages

Optional: Monk Arm Giving
Wake up as the sun rises, we will prepare to join the most sacred tradition of Laos, the daily morning almsgiving, which dates to the 14th century. More than 200 Buddhist monks depart from various temple to gather their daily meal from the faithful residents sitting quietly on the streets.

After breakfast at the hotel, we will visit the morning local market near the Royal Palace. Just set on the ground, the local people come here to barter their day’s catch, from rice to vegetable, to fish, or chicken. This is the best chance to experience the flavor of local life. Then we drive through the Luang Prabang countryside to Kuang Si Waterfalls. Upon reaching the Kuang Si Waterfall, enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings or explore the dense jungle on foot. For the adventurous, it is possible to walk to the top of the falls via a steep track where beautiful views await.

These waterfalls cascade down a multilevel limestone formation creating a series of turquoise blue pools perfect for swimming on a hot day (if swimming, please dress modestly). There is also the chance to walk to the nearby village of Ban Thapene and explore the hidden waterfalls, which is rarely visited by other tourists.
If you wish, we will also take a short visit to the Bear Rescue Center, which houses a couple of dozen animals rescued from the hands of poachers and traffickers

On the way back to Luang Prabang, we will stop at Ock Pop Tok, set in a tropical Mekong garden it opens doors to learning about Lao textiles and crafts. Bringing alive our concept of east meets west, the Living Craft Centre (LCC) is a place where you can meet silk weavers, craft artisans and silkworms and learn about textiles. Weavers work on traditional looms practicing the age-old techniques brought here to Laos over 1200 years ago. Intern artisans from the Village Weaver Projects work alongside the Ock Pop Tok weavers learning new skills that they, in turn, take home to their villages. The exchanges taking place at the LCC have proven to keep alive the spirit that was prevalent during the prime of the Silk Road and all that was instrumental then in the emergence of the silk industry and appreciation of silk textiles around the world. Transfer back to your hotel late afternoon. Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Meals included: Breakfast
Overnight in Luang Prabang



Day 14: Luang Prabang – Flight to Siemreap

Time is on your own exploring Luang Prabang by yourself till check out hotel and transfer to airport for flight to Siemreap. You will be welcomed in Siemreap and transfer to hotel for check-in. Time is on your own.

Meals included: Breakfast
Overnight in Siemreap

Day 15: Siemreap – Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom & Ta Promh Temple

Breakfast at the hotel. This morning we visit the ancient city of Angkor Thom, the last capital of the Great Khmer Empire under the reign of Jayavarman VII. This city is surrounded by an 8m high wall, drawing a perfect square. Enter the city through the ancient South Gate, an impressive stone gate carved with Elephants and four giant faces. On each side of the entrance path – a row of 54 gods or demons is holding the sacred Naga snake. Continue on to the incredible Ta Prohm temple, built in the mid-12th to early 13th centuries. Ta Prohm is unique in that it has been left largely as it was found: overgrown by jungle trees and vines, with many parts of the temple crumbling to the ground.

Lunch at local restaurant (on your own expense)

In the afternoon visit the legendary Angkor Wat. Inside the temple, the walls are covered with stone carvings and bas-reliefs depicting Hindu mythology and the wars Suryavarman II fought during his reign. Angkor Wat is well known for the more than 2,000 Apsara dancers decorating the temple.

We end up the day by a beautiful sunset view from the top of Phnom Bakheng hill. Once the sun has set, we’ll head back to town.

Time is on your own in the evening.

Meals included: Breakfast
Overnight in Siemreap



Day 16: Siemreap – Tonle Sap Lake – Local Village Walk & Talk

Breakfast at the hotel.
This morning you will embark on an interesting boat trip on Tonlé Sap Lake (Kampong Phluk area), where you will have the opportunity to learn about life on the lake. Tonle Sap is South East Asia’s largest freshwater lake with its size varying greatly depending on the season, as it swells to about four times its size during the wet season. Board a local boat and visit Kampong Phluck, a village where you will see houses on stilts that are submerged when Tonlé Sap Lake swells. On the way, you will pass floating houses and impressive flooded forests, portraying life on the water.

Return to Siem Reap town for Lunch and to rest a while.
In the afternoon, you will be taken on a drive through the countryside to a local Village, a beautiful small farming village where life revolves around the seasons and family, located approximately 15 minutes outside of Siem Reap. Here you will be taken on an incredible walking tour through the village and local community, learning about their simple way of life, meet local people and you probably want to chat with them or help them with gardening works or help grow vegetables in the gardens, you will be welcomed by kids saying “Hello” to you. The village tour guide will explain you about Cambodian daily lifestyle, customers, cultures, and superstitions. Then we will also stop at a local pagoda for an intimate monk blessing (water blessing), wishing you good health and a safe journey – a very special experience!

This is a wonderful village tour that provides a lot of photo opportunities and local experiences. End of the trip, we enjoy seasonal fruits & fresh coconut juice at a host family’s house before we transfer you back to the hotel. The rest of the day is on your own.

*** Note: Today we recommend you to have proper clothes if you want to join the monk blessing at the local temple.

Meals included: Breakfast
Overnight in Siemreap

Optional Tour: Phare Circus show

https://pharecircus.org/

Set up by refugees of the Khmer Rouge era, Phare promotes performing arts as a way to cope with trauma. Over the years they have not only helped hundreds of Cambodians but also helped to promote traditional Khmer culture.

Price (no guide escort)
Section A: Upon request
Section B: Upon request
Section C: Upon request
*** Remark: You can take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the Phare Circus Compound


Day 17: Siemreap – Departure

Time is on your own. Depending on the time of your departure flight, your private driver will pick you up from the hotel and take you to the airport for your outbound flight Say goodbye and we wish you a safe flight departure.

Meals included: Breakfast

End of tour.

Pricing

  • The price is per person in USD, based on twin-sharing
Hotel TypeGroup TourPrivate Tour
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Special Deal1,8502,160
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What’s Included?

Sightseeing Highlights

  • City tour of Saigon, Hue, Hoi An, Hanoi & Luang Prabang with highlights
  • Spectacular maze of Cu Chi tunnels
  • Mekong Delta discovery
  • Experience a local train ride
  • Halong Bay Cruise 2 days/1 night

  • Pak Ou Cave tour and Khoangsi Waterfall in Luang Prabang
  • Angkor Temple Complex discovery
  • Boat trip on Great Tonle Sap Lake
  • Walk & Talk in the local village, interact with local people

Travel Services

  • Hotel accommodation with daily breakfast
  • All Excursions
  • Transportation in AC vehicles
  • English speaking guide(s)

  • Domestic flights
  • Local boats
  • Local train ride
  • Admission fee
  • Meals as stated in the program

Travel Highlights

  • Complimentary Vietnam Visa Approval Letter
  • An open choice for join-group tour or private tour with maximum flexibility
  • Must-see sightseeing and surprise extras.
  • Transfer in good and high qualified transportation vehicles

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  • Accompanied by Experienced and friendly local guides
  • Optional Experiences and free time
  • Airport transfers on the first and last day of the tour

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