Day 1. Arrive in Hanoi (D)
Day 2. Hanoi City Tour – Lao Cai (B/L)
Day 3. Arrive Lao Cai – Sapa (B/L)
Day 4. Sapa (B/L)
Day 5. Sapa – Lao Cai -Train back to Hanoi (B/L)
Day 6. Lao Cai – Hanoi (B/-/D)
Day 7. Halong Bay Excursion (B/L)
Day 8. Hanoi – Danang – Hoi An (B/L)
Day 9. Hoi An (B)
Day 10. Hoi An (B)
Day 11. Hoi An – Nha Trang (B)
Day 12. Nha Trang (B)
Day 13. Nha Trang (B)
Day 14. Nha Trang – HCMC (B)
Day 15. Optional trip (B/L)
Day 16 Departure (B)
Hanoi – Sapa – Hoi An – Nha Trang – HCMC
- Private tour with English speaking guide
• You choose the date of departure
• Starting from Hanoi & end in HCMC or vice versa
Mountainous northern Vietnam is one of the best places in Asia to visit hill tribe villages and see dramatic mountains covered with terraced rice fields. This tour combines this rural idyll with Vietnam’s best urban and small-town experiences. Start in the charming capital of Hanoi, Vietnam’s artistic and intellectual capital. Explore the fascinating Old Quarter and its hundreds of specialty shops selling silk clothing, lacquerware, embroidered linens, furniture, bamboo, cooking utensils, ceremonial objects, and more. Walk around Hoan Kiem Lake, ride a cyclo to dinner, and watch a performance at the famed Thang Long Water Puppet Theater.
Next, board the luxury Victoria Express train bound for remote Sapa, a mountain village near the Chinese border. Visit local markets where hill tribe minorities (including Hmong, Red Dao, Tay, Xa Pho, and Giay) trade their goods. View spectacular waterfalls and drive through mountain valleys. Explore the hill station town of Sapa, and visit several villages where the tribes live. During your free time, enjoy your mountain chalet hotel, where you can enjoy fondue by the fire, swim, play tennis, and take mountain walks.
Return to Hanoi for two more nights. Tour a food market with a renowned chef, followed by a cooking class. Dine in French colonial villas converted into gourmet restaurants. Enjoy people-watching at stylish cafes. Shop for impressive modern art in the city’s many galleries. Also visit Hanoi’s main cultural attractions, including the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, his House on Stilts, the One Pillar Pagoda, the Fine Arts Museum, and the Temple of Literature.
Next, fly to Danang and stay several days at the luxurious beachfront Furama Resort. Nearby, see the ancient sculptures in the Cham Museum or My Son, and tour Buddhist cave temples on Marble Mountain. Visit atmospheric Hoi An, a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site and riverfront port town crammed with historic homes, tiny museums, cafes, and bustling silk and fish markets.
Fly to the resort town of Nha Trang to spend several days in a secluded private villa overlooking beautiful Ninh Van Bay at the Evason Hideaway Resort at Ana Mandara. Snorkel or dive among the coral reefs in crystal blue waters, hike nature trails, cool off in your private plunge pool, indulge in spa treatments, or just relax on the white sand beach and admire the unspoiled mountain and sea views.
Continue to dynamic Ho Chi Minh City, the country’s commercial center and home to a growing number of upscale restaurants and shops. Visit Chinatown, the Thien Hau Pagoda, the Reunification Palace, the Opera House, and Hotel de Ville. If so desired, also visit the powerful War Remnants Museum. Explore colorful outdoor markets and Dong Khoi Street, the city’s main shopping boulevard with shops selling clothes and accessories by new Vietnamese designers, hill tribe crafts, high-quality linens, and housewares. Try the southerners’ strong Vietnamese iced coffee and a banh mi (baguette sandwich). Take a day trip to the Cu Chi Tunnels and watch an unusual, eclectic religious ceremony at the main temple of Cao Daism, a unique fusion of world religions Alternatively, spend the day cruising the narrow canals of the Mekong Delta.
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