When was the last time that you planned an exotic vacation with your most favourites in a distant glamorous country?! Is your 9-5 job sucking the life out of? If yes, then you do need a “staycation” right now! Also, what are your views about Vietnam? Ever gave this place a thought?
Vietnam Tour Packages
|Vietnam Tours||Duration||Price(in INR)|
|6 Days, 5 Nights||42,999|
|8 Days, 7 Nights||61,900|
|7 Days, 6 Nights||41,500|
|8 Days, 7 Nights||28,499|
|6 Days, 5 Nights||36,500|
One can say that the best time to visit Vietnam is during December through February when temperature is low and it drizzles rather beautifully. Vietnam’s three primary regions- north, central, and south experience different types of seasons and climactic events throughout the year. Can’t you see that this Asian country is trying its level best to entice you into visit it this winter!
Vietnam is a 4-hour 50 minutes flight from India. It’s a Southeast Asian country situated on the South China Sea. Best time for vacation in Vietnam ranges from March to May and September to November. Places worth one’s time and interest include Buddhist pagodas, historically renowned cities and beaches. Hanoi, the capital, houses a huge Marble Mausoleum, that rightly prostrates before the nation’s iconic Communist leader, Ho Chi Minh. The city also has French colonial landmarks, along with Vietnamese War history museums and tunnels used by war soldiers.
Here’s a paradise for you!
- Halong Bay
With one of the most stupendously amazing sea views, the karst seascape of Halong Bay is also UNESCO World Heritage Site. Several limestone islands are much amalgamated within this bay in the Gulf of Tonkin and is rather eroded to emerge as pinnacles because of air and water action. Cruising amid the karsts and rowing past the caves is truly psychedelic.
- Ho Chi Minh City
The city is crazy as it exhibits its city life in a rather bohemian fashion. Eating, shopping and stall hoping is something you’d absolutely love to do. Here, Dong Khoi, a well-connected central district showcases most of the city’s sights. Furthermore, the HCMC Museum flaunts its collection of artifacts, telling tales otherwise; along with the grand Notre Dame Cathedral, standing upright, ever since the 19th Century.
A historic town, a storehouse of artifacts dating back to the 19th-century Nguyen emperors. Meanwhile Perfume River flamboyantly spreads its fragrances into the air of the town, walls of the Imperial Enclosure that stretches for 2.5 kilometers is truly the center of attraction. Seemingly, Ngo Mon Gate, the Thai Hoa Palace with breath-taking interior detailing, the Dien Tho Residence, and the Halls of Mandarins with its striking ceiling murals are other astonishing sites that lie outside the Imperial Enclosure Walls.
- Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park
Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is an aesthetically pleasing karst mountain-shaped honeycomb with huge caverns, flaunting superbly amazing stalactite and stalagmite aesthetics. Your go-to destination within the park is the Paradise Cave, extending 31 kilometers below ground.
- My son
My Son is a battered Cham era temple city from the 4th century. This old Hindu religious center is a dense, forested and mountainous region.
Things to do in Vietnam
- Lighting a Lantern in Hoi An
Tet, that is, Vietnamese New Year, is much celebrated as the Lantern Festival. The celebration lasts for seven days, with the road from Hoi An Bridge to the Hoai River Square filled with sights of stupendously lit lanterns.
- Hiking Across Cat Ba Island
It’s a spectacular bay that supports walking along gardens of lush green and beauty worth cherishing- especially for the supreme Nature-lovers!
- Cruise in the Mekong Delta
With islands, rice paddies, stilted villages and a traditional way of living, Mekong delta is surely a view worth looking forward to!
Hitch a ride with a cargo boat and watch yourself being weighed down by fruits and rice paddies!
- Drink Coffee at Buon Ma Thuot
Welcome to the regional capital of the central highlands of Vietnam, an ethereal area with all the waterfalls and the traditional villages. Not to mention Buon Ma Thuot is also the main reason for Vietnam’s thriving coffee industry.
- Have Best Pho of Vietnam in Hanoi
Pho is a staple meal of Vietnam which is a quick, tasty meal made from four simple ingredients: clear stock, boiled beef, rice noodles and herbs or green onions. Well, Well, Hanoi has gained a reputation as the pho capital of Vietnam. Wouldn’t you want to try this exceptional cuisine after all?!
- Cycling Around Hue
Be ready to paddle across the most historical sites ever seen or heard of as you cycle past Hue!
The historically rich and appeasing country is highly underrated in terms of vacation choices. The nation’s history is emphatically representative of its struggle, achievements, and treasures.
Lastly, to the aesthetic in you, Vietnam is your true redemption!