Set in a quite lush area in South East Asia, the pearl land of Vietnam makes the traveler’s heart pound for its lively cities, unspoiled beaches, pristine nature, timeless history, and unique culture. You can’t find the same place on earth. With a plethora of sites to see and mesmerizing experiences to be enjoyed, Vietnam is an ideal getaway not just for solo travelers, adventure seekers, or history hunters but also for families and newly-wed couples. Grab your backpack and set on the tour.
Arrive at the International airport in Hanoi, you will be greeted and escorted to the hotel. Register yourself at the hotel reception and get over the jet lag. The day is at your disposal today to delight in just the way you want. You can go shopping in the Old Quarter Hanoi or simply explore the surroundings. With so much to see and do in the Vietnamese capital, it can be difficult to know where to start. However, you can find the best in the city when you visit Cat Ba National Park, West Lake, and Huong Tich Cave (the cave is the inner temple of the Perfume Pagoda) as your optional tours in Hanoi Vietnam.
Savor a hearty breakfast and set off to get close to wildlife. You will be taken to Cuc Phuong National Park, which was officially opened as the country’s first nature reserve in 1960. First, you will visit the Endangered Primate Rescue Centre. The Centre is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to rehabilitation, breeding, research, and conservation of endangered species. In addition, it protects its habitat. Now, proceed to the Park Central, according to your Vietnam sightseeing tour. Halt to discover the ancient Cave of Early Man. Savor lunch at house-on-stilted. You can also enjoy a short trek into the National Park while treating yourself to some incredible sights.
Board a luxury cruise for an unparalleled trip ahead. Relish a lovable lunch onboard, followed by a visit to Sung Sot Cave also known as Surprise Cave as included in this Vietnam Halong Bay tour package. Thereafter, your cruise moves towards Titov Island. Here, you can delight in swimming or simply relax at the beach. You can also climb up to the island top to catch a bird’s eye view of Halong Bay.
Your day onboard begins with a Tai Chi exercises or a photo hunt session. Thereafter, satiate your hunger pangs with a lovely breakfast. Go kayaking around the Bo Nau area, followed by sightseeing as your cruise passes through Ba Hang fishing village, Dog Islet, and the like. As you return to the harbor, watch the demonstration of carving fruits and also partake in cooking class, followed by an authentic Vietnamese lunch. Now, it is time to disembark the cruise and proceed to Hanoi.
Begin the day with a delectable breakfast and checkout from the hotel. Now, you will be moving to Sapa. On arrival, you can choose to stay either in a hotel, hostel, or a homestay. No matter, which place you select for an overnight stay, your hunger pangs will be satiated before taking you on a sightseeing trip around. Start your trip with a short trek to Lao Chai. Explore Tavan and Giang Ta Chai Village and life of local ethnic minorities. The spectacular rice fields and natural scenery will bowl you over. As per your Sapa Vietnam tour, you will also visit Sapa’s ancient rock formations with engraved images as well as admire the picturesque bridge to the clouds clear over the Muong Hoa stream. Your journey concludes culminates at Giang Ta Chai Village from where you will return to Sapa.
Today, a host of attractions await you. Visit Cat Cat Village. This cultural village was formed in the 19th century by the gathering of some families belonging to some ethnic groups living in mountainous areas of northern Vietnam, especially Black H’Mong. Here, you will be visiting the Hydropower Station and the waterfall. In addition, you can also go for a short session of getting your hands laid on traditional crafts such as weaving, carved silver, and hand forged agricultural tools. Later, savor a lovely lunch at a local restaurant.
Now, you can go shopping and buy home souvenirs. After a pleasurable day, you will be transferred to Hanoi
Post breakfast, checkout from the hotel. Now, get transferred to international airport tp board your flight back home.
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Vietnamese Dong (VND) is the official currency of Vietnam. This money was formerly known as Ho Chi Minh money, because most of the front of the paper money is printed in Ho Chi Minh City and especially when used to distinguish it from other currencies that have been released before. In Vietnam, the same name is called “dong”. There are lots of places to exchange currencies and you will find them very easy. You can convert currencies in all banks in Vietnam or Online currency exchange services.
Yes, the Indian tourists are required to obtain a visa before their departure to Vietnam. You can apply for a Tourist Visa to Vietnam from India via one of the two possible options: apply for Vietnam E-Visa or visa on arrival with free Vietnam visa letter provided by us.
Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam so there are a lot of activities which you could enjoy: join a free walking tour to explore local life, go around for shopping, discover this city with a cyclo tour, visit local pagodas and temples or taste delicious Street food or Special food that only have in Hanoi like a beer or egg coffee near Hoan Kiem Lake, etc
Vietnam is over 1,000km (600 miles) in length and has 3 main areas from North to South, each region has different weather during the year. So normally, you could travel to Vietnam all year around. While North & Central of Vietnam (Hanoi, Halong Bay, Sapa, Hue, Danang, Hoian) will be cool from Oct to Mar, the other months will be warm. However, our South of Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh, Phan Thiet, Vung Tau, etc) will be warm all year around. Sep to Dec will be rainy season in our Central area, especially Hue. Contact us and our best Travel Consultants will suggest you the best time to see the destinations as you wis
Once you visit Vietnam, you will find out that there are thousands of souvenirs waiting for you to buy. Ao dai, Non la – Conical hat, wooden clogs, Vietnamese embroidery, lacquer ware, and other teas, spices can be easily taken home from Vietnam. However, items such as snake wine, raw meat, or any illegal material can’t be taken out of our country.
Well Yes, You can change the accomodation before the final confirmation of the tour. It can be customised as per your preference. Our team will be there to assist you to get the best.
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