Travel to Vietnam with On The Go Tours
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With its soaring northern mountains, sunny southern regions and gorgeous coastline, Vietnam is filled with natural beauty. Visiting all the main highlights from Hanoi and Halong Bay to Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong Delta, on our tours of Vietnam you'll get to enjoy delicious Vietnamese cuisine, discover tradition and history in charming rural villages, and see the dynamic new face of Asia in the hustle and bustle of Vietnam's thriving cities.
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Check out our newly updated city guides, packed with loads of information to help you plan your visit to Vietnam from the top attractions and excursions to our choice of recommended places to eat and shop. Whether you're looking to cruise around Halong Bay, trek with the hill tribes in Sapa, delve into the history of Saigon, explore the chaotic streets of Hanoi or wind down in picturesque Hoi An - we've got it covered.
Vietnam Group Tours
Our popular Vietnam group tours are an excellent way to explore the best of what the country has to offer, from north to south. For your comfort we use 3-4* hotels with great facilities as well as a traditional junk boat for cruising around Halong Bay. Our Vietnam tours also include an overnight sleeper train on the Reunification Express from Hanoi to Hue so you can experience train travel in Vietnam and perhaps even sample some on-board karaoke - the train attendants take it very seriously!
As if that wasn't enough we also include an overnight journey on the Reunification Express between Hanoi and Hue, sleeping in comfortable 4-berth cabins. We now also offer the option to upgrade to a flight with the night spent in a hotel. What really makes our passengers happy is the free days we include in Hoi An where you can explore the ancient town, relax by the pool or head to the beach for a mini holiday within a holiday!
Want to explore more of South East Asia? Consider one of our longer Vietnam tours that cover the best of neighbouring Cambodia, Thailand and Laos for incredible temples, colourful hill tribes and stunning natural scenery. From 9 days to 25 days, our multi-country group tours are a comfortable way to see the region's highlights from the temples of Angkor to bustling Bangkok and charming Luang Prabang.
Vietnam Private Tours
If you prefer not to travel as part of a group to Vietnam, our private journeys allow you to get off the beaten track and travel at your own pace on a holiday tailored exclusively to the needs of yourself and your family or friends. Our experienced English-speaking guides will be there to guide you around each of Vietnam's key sites and our local representatives will also be on hand to give any further assistance you require.
Vietnam Day Tours
Only got a day to explore? Spend the morning visiting Saigon's fascinating museums or Hanoi's old quarter, browse colourful floating markets on the Mekong Delta, discover the historic Cu Chi Tunnels and don’t miss the spectacular scenery of Halong Bay and the Red River Delta.
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Recommended places to visit in Vietnam
Vietnam has a wealth of attractions from the highlands of the north to the sprawling waterways of the south whether its bustling cities with bundles of history, gorgeous beaches fronting the South China Sea or incredible natural wonders. Here's some of our favourite.
No visit to Vietnam would be complete without a visit to picturesque Halong Bay, considered one of the natural wonders of the world and a UNESCO World Heritage listed region. A cruise on a traditional Junk boat is the perfect way to explore the many caves and hidden coves with great views of the surrounding dramatic limestone peaks.
With a refreshing old world charm and it’s French colonial history very much evident, Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital, is dotted with scenic lakes and leafy boulevards The charming Old Quarter is not be missed and best explored by cyclo where you can sit back and take in all the sights and sounds, stopping off to sample the local street food or try your hand at bargaining in one of the many shops.
Another of Vietnam’s UNESCO listed gems, picturesque Hoi An in central Vietnam has beautifully preserved architecture, ancient cobbled streets, art stalls & street markets aplenty and fabulous restaurants. It’s also THE place to have literally anything made from suits & handbags to shoes & glasses. A top day trip is a bicycle ride to the quaint farming village of Tra Que on the outskirts of Hoi An.
Officially known as Ho chi Minh City, Saigon is very much a city in transition with a true blend of old-meets-new; with French colonial architecture, impressive sky scrapers, traditional lively markets and boutique designer shops. You’ll also get a fascinating insight into the Vietnam War at Reunification Palace, the Revolutionary & War Remnants Museums.
Rapidly becoming one of northern Vietnam’s most popular destinations, Sapa is a former French hill station and home to local ethnic minority groups such as H’mong and Dzao who maintain a very traditional way of life. It’s a great spot for trekking amongst the cascading paddy fields and there’s plenty of picturesque routes to nearby local villages such as Cat Cat, Red Dhoa and Ta Phin.
With lush rice paddy fields, colourful fruit orchards, enchanting villages and bustling floating markets, the Mekong Delta in south-east Vietnam is one of the world’s greatest river regions. A great way to get around and immerse yourself in the traditional local way of life in the Mekong is aboard a sampan, when you can try your hand at bartering at the floating market in Can Thou.
Vietnam Travel Guide
Being properly prepared for a trip can make your time away far more enjoyable and we're here to help with a short guide to travelling in Vietnam.
Our guide to travelling Vietnam from food to festivals
Where best to visit and a guide to the different ethnic groups
Info on Vietnam's diverse climate
From Halong bay to Hanoi and the best of the rest
Great places to combine on a visit to Vietnam
What you need to do to get your Vietnam travel visa
Don't take our word for it! Read what our travellers say
Combine Vietnam with other Southeast Asian countries
Browse our favourite Vietnam travel videos
- Vietnam: Rising Dragon
by Bill Hayton
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by Andrew Pham
- Sorrow of War
by Bao Ninh
Facts about Vietnam
- The most common mode of transportation in Vietnam is the motorbike with an estimated ten million bikes used every day.
- Completely unique and unrelated to any other language, Vietnamese features six different tones and 29 alphabets.
- A bit of an all-in-one, Vietnam's Tet festival sees the nation celebrate New Year, Christmas and birthdays all together!
Vietnam Travel Advice:
We keep up-to-date with the latest travel advisories to Vietnam and follow advice as set out by the British Foreign Office. Safety of our travellers is paramount and we recommend that you check the latest travel updates from the relevant advisory body in your country.
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