Take an unforgettable journey through Vietnam with our range of award-winning group tours and tailor-made holidays.
From Hanoi and Halong Bay, to Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong Delta, our tours of Vietnam departing in 2019 and 2020 visit this captivating country's main highlights. You'll discover rural tradition in charming villages and see the dynamic new face of Asia in the hustle and bustle of Vietnam's thriving cities.
Upcoming Vietnam Trips 2019 and 2020
|Trip Name||Starts||Departing||From USD||Deal||Map|
|Very Vietnam - 10 days||Hanoi, Vietnam||06 Apr 2019||USD $998||was $1,995 2-for-1|||
|Best of Vietnam For Teenagers - 9 days||Hanoi , Vietnam||18 May 2019||USD $998||was $1,995 2-for-1|||
|Vietnam Express for Teenagers - 8 days||Hanoi , Vietnam||18 May 2019||USD $573||was $1,145 2-for-1|||
|Journey to Angkor Wat - 15 days||Hanoi, Vietnam||01 Jun 2019||USD $1,398||was $2,795 2-for-1|||
|Full Moon Festival, Hoi An - 10 days||Hanoi, Vietnam||07 Sep 2019||USD $1,098||was $2,195 2-for-1|||
Our Vietnam Tours
Our Vietnam Trip Types
Vietnam Group ToursView 20 Group Tours
Our popular Vietnam group tours offer a fun and hassle-free way to explore the best of Vietnam, from Hanoi in the North to Ho Chi Minh City in the South.Read More
You will stay at fabulous 3-4* hotels with great facilities like a swimming pool, as well as a traditional junk boat for cruising around Halong Bay. Average group size is around 18 travellers, with a maximum of 24, and our trips include plenty of fun local experiences like cycling around Tra Que village, learning to cook traditional Vietnamese food and discovering the Cu Chi tunnels to name a few.
Vietnam Tailor-made HolidaysPlan Your Dream Holiday
Discover the best of Vietnam on a bespoke tailor-made holiday with us. Sail through the limestone peaks of Halong Bay, relax in laid-back Hoi An, trek with hill tribes in Sapa and visit the floating markets of the Mekong delta.Read More
Our team of tailor-made consultants are on hand to help you create that perfect holiday ensuring that your trip to Vietnam is like no other. Let us know where you want to go, what sort of hotels you prefer and what unique experiences you want to add and we'll do the rest.
Vietnam Family HolidaysView 2 Family Holidays
Take your clan on an unforgettable adventure through Vietnam with our offering of family tours. Open to teenagers from 12 years and up, our itineraries cover the best of Vietnam with plenty of guided sightseeing while providing free time to relax as a family.
Vietnam Trekking HolidaysView 1 Trekking Holiday
Get off the beaten track on one of our trekking holidays in North Vietnam and Laos. Hike through spectacular scenery and remote hill tribe villages, enjoy delicious food and stay in simple yet characterful accommodation, with plenty of cultural interaction along the way.Read More
Escorted by a local guide and travelling in a small group, our Vietnam trekking holidays are perfect for fit and active individuals, who have a great sense of adventure and are happy to sacrifice creature comforts for unique local experiences and trek for up to 6 hours a day.
Vietnam Private ToursView 7 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.Read More
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 Short StaysView 4 Short Stays
Discover Vietnam's greatest cities and their nearby attractions with our range of short stays that include accommodation, airport transfers, transportation and guided sightseeing.Read More
Explore charming Hanoi and its colonial remnants, or combine with the natural beauty and incredible vistas of Halong Bay, or head south for the bustling city of Saigon, packed with history and grand architecture, with the option to extend with time spent exploring the scenic Mekong Delta and the local cottage industries.
Vietnam tour reviews
Scoring an average traveller rating of 4.83 out of 5 based on 254 recent reviews — See All Vietnam Reviews
Tour was great, nice mix of things to do and see, but our Guide really went above and beyond to make our tour special.
Hung met us at the hotel and assisted us with recommendations, help out when one of our tour party last their passports, gave us regular updates on the plans and had fantastic knowledge of the country, history and culture. Hung was always professional, he managed the team really well and is an asset to your company.
The tour gets 5 stars out of 5 but the guide deserves 7 stars out of 5.”
Amazing trip. My tour guide and tour group were absolutely amazing. I highly recommend this trip. I took the optional Streets and Eats tour and was so glad I did. The five course meal with Vespar trip between each course was incredibly fun and tasty. ”
Hung was an absolutely fabulous guide - probably the best I've had in 20 years of travel. Extremely knowledgeable, and always willing to go the extra mile to help with non-standard issues e.g. he had to take 2 of our group to hospital on what was a free day for us so he should have had the day off.
The tour was very good, nice blend of cultural, historical and nature. Had a good balance of free time to do our own things as well. Only thing I would change is to have an extra day in the Mekong - its a long drive from Saigon to get there and to only have one night (in what was the best hotel of the whole tour) was a little bit frustrating.”
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Travelling beyond the sites, 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. You can also meet the local hill tribes of Sapa with our choice of trekking adventures in Vietnam's northwest provinces.
Highlights of our Vietnam tours
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 or incredible natural wonders. Here's some of our favourite. Here are some of the top attractions we include in our tours.
Experience the stunning karst seascape of Halong Bay on board a traditional junk boat, sailing between the limestone islands with the chance to swim in the emerald waters & visit caves.
Spend three nights in picturesque Hoi An with a guided walking tour of the historical quarter and a day's cycling excursion to a local rural village with free time to enjoy Hoi An at leisure.
Explore the colourful fruit orchards, enchanting villages and bustling floating markets of the Mekong Delta by sampan with a home-cooked lunch on beautiful Dong Hoa Hiep Island.
Start your tour in the charming capital of Hanoi to soak up the palpable French colonial history and explore the Old Quarter by cyclo with free time to explore further on arrival into Vietnam.
Learn about the 19th-century Nguyen empire capital with a guided visit to the Thien Mu Pagoda, Imperial Purple Palace and Royal Tombs with the option of a sunset cruise on the Perfume River.
Delve into modern history in Saigon, officially known as Ho Chi Minh City, with a walking tour that includes visits to the Notre Dame Cathedral, Old Post Office and War Remnants Museum.