Tour overview

1. Diverse Landscapes: Vietnam boasts a wide range of landscapes, from lush rice terraces and dense jungles to stunning coastlines and limestone karsts. This diversity attracts travelers with various interests, including nature enthusiasts, adventure seekers, and beach lovers.

2. Rich Culture and History: Vietnam has a rich cultural heritage influenced by a long history of Chinese, Khmer, and French rule. The country is home to historic temples, pagodas, and ancient towns, such as Hoi An and Hue. The capital city, Hanoi, and Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) offer a blend of old-world charm and modern urban life.

3. Cuisine: Vietnamese cuisine is renowned globally for its fresh ingredients and unique flavors. Pho (noodle soup), banh mi (baguette sandwich), spring rolls, and various seafood dishes are just a few highlights. Culinary experiences, including street food tours and cooking classes, are popular among tourists.

4. Halong Bay: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Halong Bay is known for its emerald waters and thousands of towering limestone islands topped with rainforests. Cruises in the bay are a highlight of many visitors’ trips.

5. Hoi An: This charming ancient town is famous for its well-preserved architecture, lantern-lit streets, and vibrant markets. It’s a popular destination for those interested in history, culture, and shopping.

6. Mekong Delta: The fertile Mekong Delta is a maze of waterways, islands, and floating markets. Visitors can take boat trips to explore the delta’s unique way of life.

7. War History: Vietnam’s history, including the Vietnam War, is a significant aspect of its tourism. Sites like the Cu Chi Tunnels near Ho Chi Minh City and the War Remnants Museum provide insights into the war’s impact on the country.

8. Beaches: Vietnam’s coastline offers numerous beautiful beaches, including those in Da Nang, Nha Trang, and Phu Quoc Island. These destinations are popular for water sports, relaxation, and beachfront resorts.

9. Adventure Activities: Vietnam offers opportunities for adventure activities such as trekking in Sapa, motorbike trips through the scenic countryside, and exploring caves in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park.

10. Ethnically Diverse Regions: In places like Sapa and Ha Giang, travelers can interact with ethnic minority communities and learn about their traditional lifestyles.

11. Responsible Tourism: There’s an increasing focus on responsible and sustainable tourism in Vietnam, with efforts to preserve cultural heritage, protect the environment, and support local communities.


  • Accommodation based on a twin-shared / double basis with daily breakfast at mentioned
  • AIRFARE ROUND TRIP and INTERNAL FLIGHTS (Trichy to Hanoi, Hanoi to Danang, Danang to Saigon, Saigon to Trichy)
  • Hotels or similar ones upon availability
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary each day
  • Boat trips as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Private air-conditioned vehicle transfers during the tour
  • Bottled water on the vehicle
  • Return cable car ticket to Bana Hills (Golden Bridge)
  • Ticket for water puppet show in Hanoi
  • Electric green car in Hanoi
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • BANK Fee and GST 5% included
  • All entrance fee and permission

Not Included

  • Travel Insurance
  • Drinks and other meals
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Any international flights
  • Personal expenses and others are not mentioned clearly in the inclusion part


Welcome to Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam.
Upon arrival, greeted by the local tour guide and transfer to the hotel in downtown
forecheck in and leisure. Take the rest and be free at your leisure. Overnight in Hanoi.


After breakfast at your hotel,In the morning, visit Ba Dinh Square – the biggest square in
Hanoi where all the biggest cultural, and political events of the cities, especially
demonstrations, take place.Start our visit at the Complex of Ho Chi Minh including Ho
Chi Minh Mausoleum (close on Monday and Friday and in all afternoons), Ho Chi Minh’s
house-on-stilts, his fish pond and the One-Pillar Pagoda.Then, the Temple of Literature
which is considered as the first university of Vietnam.Visit the West Lake and Tran Quoc
Pagoda - the most ancient pagoda in Hanoi.Afternoon, have an overall view of the capital
by a “green car” visit, which will go through the fascinating network of narrow alleys and
shop houses also known as ‘The 36 Streets’ – each street being named after the
merchandise traditionally sold there, ranging from fabrics to craftsand from medicines to tombstones Drop by Hoan Kiem Lake. Visit The Huc Red Bridge and walking around
the Old Quarter streets to visit St Joseph’s Cathedral from outside as well as the Hanoi
Opera House Transfer back to your hotel.Overnight in Hanoi. Lunch at an Indian
restaurant. With guide Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Depart from your hotel in Hanoi at 8.00 AM to Ha Long City. The road journey is through
the rich farmlands of the Red River Delta. Around noon, you arrive at Halong pier and
board your day wooden junk for the cruise on the emerald green water of Halong Bay.
The boat is heading to the main part of the bay and gently cruising among the hundreds
of the limestone islands. A fresh seafood lunch will be served on board. The cruise
includes a short hike-up to an island for a visit to a limestone cave with many beautiful
stalactites and stalagmites such as Sung Sot (Surprise Cave), Chicken Island, Lu Huong
Island.... The open deck on the top of the boat with chairs is a great place for you to enjoy
this spectacular landscape.Your boat will start cruising back to Halong City where your
vehicle will be waiting for you to take you back to Hanoi. Arrival time will be in the
evening. Have dinner at local restaurant and back to hotel in Hanoi for overnight.
With guide Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Breakfast at hotel then check out.Transfer to the airport with driver only (no guide) to
board a flight to Danang.Upon arrival, welcomed by the local tour guide and transfer to
check in hotel in Danang beach (The normal check in time is 14:00-15:00).Afternoon,
transfer to Hoian Town.You take interesting walk over the tile-roofed Japanese Bridge,
visit taciturn Chinese Assembly Halls, enjoy the attractiveness of ancient houses.
Later we can stop at shrines or stroll into the market located by Thu Bon river, where you
may find the same feelings of the artists, who see the rooftops of Hoian a magical old
world of Oriental feel and source of inspiration. Visit Hoi An market. This is also a
wonderful town to shop for lanterns, soft silk, raw silk, or get your clothes tailored
within a day.Transfer back to hotel in Da Nang.Overnight in Hoi An. Lunch and dinner at
Indian restaurant.With guide Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Breakfast at hotel.Morning transfer to Ba Na Hill, one of the most spectacular landscape
of Danang City.You will take a cable car to the summit of mountain (at 1487m of sea level).
Start visiting Ba Na Hill with many different attractions: Funicular, Debay ancient wine
cellar & Le Jardin D’Amour, Linh Ung pagoda, Thich Ca Buddist statue, etc.
This afternoon you continue to join activities and games in Fantasy Park. Later walk to
the summit of the mountain at the height of 1487m – the highest one of Ba Na Mountain,
visit Bell Tower, Nghinh Phong Tower, and Golden Bridge, to take beautiful photos of
the mountain and Da Nang City.Late afternoon, taking the cable car back to foothill.
Transfer back to your hotel. Time at leisure.Overnight in Da Nang. Lunch at International restaurant on top of Ba Na hills and dinner at Indian restaurant.
Please note: Wax Museum, cotton animal game and carnival skill at Fantasy Park is not
included in my quotation, joining them will be at your own account.
With guide Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Breakfast at hotel then check out.Transfer to the airport with driver only (no guide) to
take a flight to Ho Chi Minh City, also called as Saigon, the most dynamic city in
Vietnam.Upon arrival, welcomed by the local tour guide and transfer to the down town.
Check in your hotel (normal check in time is 2pm). Start city tour at the War Remnants
Museum, one of the most famous historical attractions in Saigon. Coming to the War
Remnants Museum, you can learn a part of how Vietnamese had struggled and fought for
their independence, freedom, and peace of the nation and the locals' perspective of the
Vietnam War. The exhibits, such as weapons, documents, and photographs,display in the
museum are firm evidence of war crimes in Vietnam and speak for the heroic actions of the former Vietnamese generation. We then visit the Reunification Palace, the witness of
the fierce Vietnam War ended in 1975. The grand building today is a Museum and Hall of
official receptions. Nearby the Palace are the Notre Dame Cathedral (view from outside
only), built between 1877 and 1883 and the colonial-styled Central Post Office, one of the
city’s major landmarks. Late afternoon, visit Ben Thanh market, a symbol of Saigon. Have
shopping time there. Overnight in Saigon. Lunch at an Indian restaurant.
With guide Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Meet your tour guide at 8:00 a.m. Drive out of the bustling city for Cu Chi District
Locates approximately 70 km northwest of Saigon. This is a beautiful green land with
fruit gardens, rice paddies and plantations. Cu Chi Tunnels are like a spider web in the
soil of Cu Chi District. It consists of more than 200 km of narrow underground tunnels
that connect half or total covered hideouts, shelters, fighting bunkers, hospitals, schools,
living rooms and so on... All was built and used by Viet Cong for resistance against their
enemy during the French and American war. After touring Cu Chi, make your way for
approximately 1hr to Tay Ninh, to the Cao Dai Temple. Upon arrival around noon, you will
watch part of a Cao Dai service, with an explanation of this interesting religion.In the
afternoon, have lunch in a local restaurant before your drive back to Saigon (Approx.
3hrs.)overnight in Saigon.
With guideMeals: Breakfast, Lunch


Breakfast at the hotel. Time at leisure until check-out time and transfer to the airport
with driver only (no guide) for the departure flight back to your sweet home. End of our
With guide Meals: Breakfast