With its soaring northern mountains, sunny southern regions and gorgeous coastline, Vietnam is filled with natural beauty. On our Vietnam tours you'll get to enjoy Vietnam’s delicious cuisine, visit all the highlights, discover tradition and history in Vietnam’s charming rural villages, and see the dynamic new face of Asia in the hubbub of its thriving cities. We offer a variety of travel styles to Vietnam - from guided group tours and tailor-made holidays to colorful festival tours and family adventures for young adults too. We include a complimentary Vietnam tourist visa as well as airport transfers any time of day or night on all our tours of Vietnam
Travelling beyond the sites, on our group tours to Vietnam you'll get to experience the local way of life - ride a bike through the Vietnamese countryside, sample locally made delicacies in the Mekong Delta, sow and plough the fields of Tra Que, take a class of Tai Chi at Halong Bay and learn to make traditional Vietnamese Rice paper rolls and pancakes.
In Vietnam, sail through the lofty limestone peaks of Halong Bay, discover the cascading rice paddies of Sapa, soak in the age-old charm of Hoi An, cruise along the narrow canals of the Mekong Delta and explore the buzzing metropolis of Saigon. A lot of our tour to Vietnam also combine the highlights of neighbouring Cambodia where you'll discover the legendary temples of Angkor, take a boat ride to the floating villages of Tonle Sap Lake and visit the beautiful Royal Palace Complex in Phnom Penh.
Experience the exotic charm of ancient cultures and thriving modern cities of Vietnam on group tour. Sail through the lofty limestone peaks of Halong Bay, discover the cascading rice paddies of Sapa, admire the age-old charm of Hoi An, cruise along the narrow canals of the Mekong Delta and revel in the buzzing metropolis of Saigon. And on some of tours of Vietnam we also visit neighbouring Cambodia with it's legendary temples of Angkor, Laos with its calm pace of life in laidback Vientiane, and Thailand where the undoubted highlights are Bangkok, Chiang Mai and the hill tribes of Chiang Rai.
Whether you would like to sail through the limestone peaks of Halong Bay, relax in laidback Hoi An, trek off the beaten track in Sapa or get your cultural fix in Hue, our team of tailormade consultants are on hand to help you create that perfect holiday to Vietnam. Simply let us know the places you would like to visit, the sorts of things you would like to do, your preferred style of accommodation and we’ll put together an itinerary to suit your needs ensuring that your trip to Vietnam is truly unforgettable.
If you prefer not to travel as part of a group to Vietnam, our private tours 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 the key sites and our local representatives will also be on hand to give any further assistance you require. And if one of our group tour itineraries fits the bill, this can be arranged on a private basis, too.
Join us for a day tour of some of Vietman’s most famous sites. Picked up from the doorstep of your hotel and guided by a qualified English-speaking tour guide you’ll explore city sites and beyond. Spend the morning exploring Saigon or Vietnam's quaint capital city of Hanoi, browse colourful floating markets on the Mekong Delta, explore the historic Cu Chi Tunnels and don’t miss the spectacular scenery of Halong Bay and the Red River Delta.
Why not add a little more to your time in Vietnam after your group tour? If your tour ends in Saigon, head across to the fascinating Cu Chi tunnels just outside the city. If you've got some time spare in Hanoi, perhaps visit the intriguing Hill Tribes of Sapa. Or for a bit of beach side relaxation then we’ve got the perfect break for you in Mui Ne. And if you would like to spend a few days of your holiday discovering the highlights of Hue and Hoi An on two wheels, try our Cycle Hue & Hoi An - 4 day bolt-on for size.
The Full Moon Festival in Vietnam originated as an autumn harvest festival and today is the second most important celebration in the country. Lanterns are released into the night sky or onto a river and moon cakes are eaten with family and friends. Join us to celebrate the Full Moon Festival in charming Hoi An, where the festivities are at their best.Discover the delights of Vietnam while paying tribute to the soldiers who gave their lives in the Vietnam War with visits to the desolate Demilitarized Zone, Long Tan battle field and the extraordinary Cu Chi Tunnels.
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Places on our must-see list of any visit to Vietnam
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