Travel is all about the street food these days, and why not? It's fresh, fast, cheap and a great way to crack into the local scene. Join this Hanoi tour to source the best street eats from markets, food carts, street cafes and other hard-to-find-but-totally-worth-the-effort secret spots
Be enchanted by the tranquility and natural beauty of Halong Bay.
Escape the hustle and bustle of busy Hanoi for the relaxing pace of Halong Bay.
Cruise around on a private boat, navigating the iconic lime karsts that tower above the water.
Explore a cave and share a seafood feast.
There's a reason Halong Bay is one of the most photographed places in Vietnam - it's ridiculously beautiful. Hop on a traditional junk, glide through the azure waters with a drink in one hand, and a spot of seafood in the other. There's no better way to travel Halong Bay!
Ever wonder how all the people of Vietnam get fed? Journey to the Mekong Delta area to see the agricultural heartland of Vietnam on this tour. Boat down the Mekong, visit a bee farm, row a sampan down a canal, snack on tropical fruit, and see how the people live outside of Ho Chi Minh City.
Good Morning Vietnam! Start the day the right way - with an up close and personal history lesson on guerilla warfare. Climb into the underground tunnel system that played a crucial part in the war and imagine what it would have been like to eat, sleep, work, cook... even go to school underground as a conflict raged above.
This 2 day trip to Ninh Binh will cover the most highlights of Ninh Binh: visit to Hoa Lu – the ancient Royal Capital of Vietnam and Tam Coc with Halong type views of majestic limestone cliffs and mysterious yet inviting caves; Bai Dinh complex is the biggest Buddhism center of South east Asia with hundreds of statues of different sizes and Van Long Nature Reserve of wetlands
Discover the beauty and exotic cultures of Vietnam's hill tribes with an overnight tour to Mai Chau - a small town nestled in the midst of a lush valley and surrounded by emerald-green rice fields, located in Hoa Binh province, 130km far from Hanoi in the west. Spend a night with a hill tribe family and trek through the rolling countryside, immersing yourself in the wonders of Mai Chau valley. Step off the beaten path and experience Mai Chau's relaxed hill tribe life and breathtaking scenery.
As a small commune beside Da River, of Cao Phong district, Hoa Binh province, Thung Nai is about 25 km far from Hoa Binh city and about 110 km from Hanoi. Once upon a time, Thung Nai was a great valley covered by the vast forest, which is home to numerous deer. Hence, the local people call it “Thung Nai” means “the Valley of Deer.”
Thung Nai has become a huge lake containing the water served for the operation of the hydropower plant on Da River since the 1980s when this hydropower plant was constructed. All initial surrounding high mountains become floating green islands and create poetic and magnificent scenery which can enchant any tourist in Vietnam travel. Thung Nai is also considered the inland Ha Long Bay in the North of Vietnam (the first position was taken by Tam Coc- Bich Dong in Ninh Binh province.)
Trekking to Cat Cat and Sin Chai villages of Black H’Mong tribe. Enjoy the waterfall in Cat Cat and beautiful scenery along the way.
Trekking down to Lao Chai village to visit the Tay and Dzay tribes then keep going along the bottom of the Sapa valley to get to Ta Van village, which supposed to be the most beautiful one in the area...
Mui Ne beaches is 200km from Sài Gòn city (4 hours of driving).Mui Ne has long been considered the “Hawaii” of Viet Nam. Mui Ne has immense sand dunes meandering through kilometers of red, yellow and white; shady roads under coconut trees; beautiful rows of palm trees and cliffs battered by the waves of the sea. The beach is shallow and gentle sloped, the water is clean and blue and the sun rarely hides behind clouds. The typical scenery of Mui Ne lies in the moving lines of golden sand caused by the wind and when they are seen from afar they look like moving waves. Mui Ne is an ideal place for rest and relaxation. Tourists can swim in the blue water of the sea, slip on the sand dunes, relax in swimming pool of resorts or kite board and windsurf
Pick up at your hotel, transfer to Can Gio district to visit Vam Sat tourist area. Discover Tang Bong tower to have the overview of the nature reserve. Wandering throughout the forest with the hanging bridge, see the deer, crocodile lagoon. Join in the program of “crocodile catching on the boat”. See the monkey of Can Gio with long tail, the program of producing salt. Lunch in Vam Sat restaurant.
Those wanting to find out about Vietnam's flora and fauna will find a trip to Nam Cat Tien National Park to be a rewarding experience. Located 160 km from Ho Chi Minh City, Nam Cat Tien is reported to have 600 varieties of plants, 240 types of birds and 50 species of mammals, including the one-horn Javan rhinoceros, one of several endangered mammals from Vietnam listed in the World Red Book.
A trip to northern Vietnam is incomplete without a sojourn to breathtaking Ha Long Bay. Often called the eighth natural wonder of the world, this archipelago, located in the Golf of Tonkin, is characterized by thousands of unique limestone and dolomite islands that rise jaggedly from the water
Mai Chau Village is the heart of a beautiful valley that is a world away from the hustle and bustle of Hanoi. The modern village is an unappealing sprawl, but as you emerge on the rice fields and rural living it is transformed into a real paradise.
It’s a stunning area, and most people here are ethnic White Thai, distantly related to tribes in Thailand, Laos and China. Cuc Phuong National Park is Vietnam’s largest national park and one of the most important sites for biodiversity in the country. It is homes to hundreds of species of flora and fauna. The park can be visited from Hanoi as a day trip or visitors can stay at the park’s lodging for a longer stay. Visiting the park is a terrific opportunity to get a close look at Vietnam’s nature and fees generated from tourism help protect the parks wildlife and improve the local economy
Explore Cuc Phuong National Park and the Red River delta by bicycle and at a pace and in a manner that brings us close to the people and the way they live. Experience the beauty and complexity of the park that interlace the scenic landscape and the human activities of the delta.
Ba Be National Park is the largest natural freshwater lake in Vietnam with exceptional fish diversity, a population of langurs, over 200 bird and 350 butterfly species, geological treasures and mature primary limestone forest. In places like this, careless tourism can bring human disturbances and endanger this heritage, while thoughtful Ba Be with a controlled impact provide excellent support to conservation projects in the area and help the economies of local people. We share your desire for the latter option and promise that nature knows how to return your kindness. Surrounded by the lush green of the forest we hope you enjoy and learn from the time spent with all of our friends there and raise a glass of corn wine with your hosts, toasting to the health of our shared environment