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Experience The Real Vietnam

Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days

Price from
990 USD
Duration
11 Days
Distance
Difficulty
Light
Tour Code
Trip Start
Hanoi
Trip Finish
Ho Chi Minh
Group Size
Private: 02 -10
Duration
11 Days

OVERVIEW

Experiencing the best Vietnam package Trip starting from Hanoi Old capital to Halong Bay with overnight on a junk boat, then toward to the central coast of Vietnam with visiting Hoian ancient town and Hue imperial city both were recognized as the world heritage. Your vacation continues to the south with the final visit to Ho Chi Minh’s dynamic city and cruising on the Mighty Mekong river with a day trip to  Mekong Delta.

HIGHLIGHTS

Experience Vietnam’s rich culture.

Watching traditional Water Puppet Performance.

Discover the daily life of the locals from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh city.

See UNESCO Heritage Sites such as Halong Bay, Hoi An’s Ancient Town, and Hue Imperial City.

Catching a glimpse of Vietnam modern cities from the Old Hanoi capital to Ho Chi Minh western Influenced city.

Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days
Highlights of Vietnam: 11 Days

High light of Vietnam

Day 1: Hanoi Arrival
Welcomed by Countryside Adventures Team at Noi Bai international airport, then transfer to your hotel downtown. The rest of the day is at your leisure. Overnight in Hanoi.


Day 2: Hanoi Full-Day Guided Trip
Today, we will take a guided tour to experience both the history and daily of the locals in Hanoi Capital. Driving past the historical Ba Dinh Square where Ho Chi Minh proclaimed the independence of Vietnam in 1945. Our Driver then drops us off at Lenin Garden – a communal space of local for taking an easy walk through before strolling through areas where sewing shops have been in family hands for generations, and people still practice the old ways or admire the daily life of local people in the alley of Hanoi.
The next visit is the Temple of Literature and explores its role in the country’s past, as both a university and a temple.
If interested, make a stop at the last courtyard where Vietnamese traditional instruments contribute to the oriental feel. For travelers who are musicians, opportunities to play some notes will present themselves, all under the guidance of the artists. Afterward, visit the fascinating Ethnology Museum (closed Mondays), which is both a research center and a public museum exhibiting the ethnic groups of Vietnam.
Lunch is at a local restaurant. Towards the end of the tour, embark on a walk through Hanoi’s Old Quarter. Witness the ancient commercial street names, mirroring the crafts and businesses dating back over a thousand years. Make a stop at Thuong Tra tea house nestled in an old apartment building, just to escape from Hanoi’s bustling life and learn about the importance of drinking tea in Vietnamese society while sipping on a cup of tea.
Then take a stroll around the charming Hoan Kiem Lake to enjoy local daily life passing by. Finish the day with a Water Puppet show. This is a uniquely northern Vietnamese art form depicting scenes from rural life and episodes of national history. Overnight in Hanoi.


Day 3: Hanoi – Ninh Binh – Hanoi

Depart the hotel this morning at 07:30 for a 2.5-hour drive through rural northern Vietnam to Ninh Binh Province — one of the most beautiful parts of Vietnam with its dramatic scenery and historical temples. The rice fields here are beautiful and the area has earned the nickname of ‘Dry Halong Bay’, a moniker borne out by the limestone karsts which dominate the landscape.
Upon arrival, begin a leisure 5 to 15 km (according to preference) biking trip around Tho Ha village passing by peaceful villages and enjoying the rustic countryside landscapes.
Lunch is served at a local restaurant.
Afternoon activities:
Continue to Dong Tam Hamlet to join in some engaging agricultural activities such as catching crabs, fishing and transplanting, watering vegetables, and more. Enjoy lunch before boarding the sampan for a 1.5-hour boat trip cruising over a small canal among the paddy fields for 1km, then stroll along the winding rocky path of the foot for 200m and go up 20 steps to reach the Galaxy Cave gate. Get inside the cave and admire the spectacular stalactites above the cave ceiling. Continue to discover But Hien cave and be attracted by many natural sparkling stalactites with shapes and figures before returning on the same route. Overnight in Hanoi.


Day 4: Hanoi – Halong Bay
Morning, Check out and drive toward Haiphong city to Halong Bay. It would take around 3hr30mins including a 30 – minutes stop on the way.
The scenery of Halong Bay where thousands of limestone islands jut out of the emerald sea, sculpted into bizarre shapes is truly an iconic image for Vietnam.
An overnight boat trip is the best way to enjoy this Vietnamese must-see.
Arrive at the jetty in Halong City towards noon and proceed with check-in formalities. After a  welcome onboard, lunch will be served while cruising towards the bay itself.
In the afternoon, enjoy some visits and/or activities (depending on each boat’s itinerary) or just spend some time relaxing on board.
Towards the end of the day the boat sets anchor for the night among the karst formations. Dinner is served on board.
Overnight on Halong Bay.


Day 5: Halong Bay – Noi Bai Airport – Danang – Hoian
Enjoy the sunrise and Taichi practicing and breakfast is served (also brunch on some boats) while the vessels cruises slowly back towards port. Disembark and transfer back to Hanoi or Haiphong airport
Take a short flight to Danang, on arrival in Danang transfer 40-minutes to Hoi An, a major Asian trading port in the 17th and 18th centuries whose architecture and relaxed lifestyle has changed little over the years.
Overnight in Hoi An.


Day 6: Hoi An Discovery
This morning, go on a walking tour in Hoi An, a charming destination with two faces – the old-world trading port of narrow streets and traditional houses, and the beach with its new resorts and long stretches of clean white sand. In keeping with Hoi An’s heritage as a trading port, the town’s tiny shop houses now host a range of craft shops and artisans including some of Asia’s best tailors. Despite the passing of 200 years and the ravages of weather and war, the center of Hoi An remains much the same as it was in its heyday. Take a walking tour of the ancient town center to visit former merchants’ houses, the 400-year-old Japanese Bridge, a Chinese communal hall, and the colorful market.
This afternoon, Get on a boat and go upstream the ‘Mother River’ from Thu Bon to Duy Vinh Village.  These villages are well-known for traditional weaving sedge mat. This land was created by three Alluvium Rivers such as Thu Bon, Truong Giang, and Ly Ly which provides the perfect land to plant the materials for the sedge mat. Pass by a shrimp and duck farm to get a glimpse of agricultural river life.
Depending on the season (from Feb to Apr and from Jul to Sep), see golden paddy fields during harvest season or green groves of jute along the banks of the Thu Bon River. Upon arrival at Ban Thach Mat Village, where abundant sources of raw rush used to weave mats have allowed the villagers to develop their own handicrafts and improve their lives for 400 years and start cycling to explore the beauty of a typical village in the Central of Vietnam. Learn the full process of sedge mat weaving from cutting sedge on the field to a finished mat following the traditional method. See the way locals manage to keep their traditional occupation in a modern and constantly evolving time. Display personal creativity with unique patterns! End the trip sharing a simple yet friendly home-hosted brunch and return to Hoi An by bike across Cam Kim Bridge.
Overnight in Hoi An.


Day 7: Hoi An – Hue Imperial City.
Enjoy this morning at leisure before leaving Hoi An for Hue, the former imperial capital of Vietnam. Its mesmerizing tombs and mausoleums of the last emperors of Vietnam reveal fascinating insights into the lives of the imperial families and their subjects. The ancient Citadel reflects the pomp and ceremony of the dynastic rulers as well as the scars of many years of turmoil, both ancient and modern. The Royal Citadel was badly damaged in the latter stages of the war but retains a sense of grace and majesty even today. Overnight in Hue.


Day 8: Hue Discovery
At 08:30 this morning, depart from the hotel in Hue for a city tour of the ancient town. Start at the Imperial Citadel where the Nguyen Dynasty ruled between 1802 and 1945. From here take a cyclo through Dai noi ‘Old City. Stop for a visit to Tran Dinh Son private museum with a collection of everyday items that past Kings have used. Learn how royal descendants are keeping the family’s traditions alive today.
Continue to visit Thien Mu (Celestial Lady) Pagoda overlooking the Perfume River; constructed in 1601, the 21-meter tall tower is the centerpiece of the pagoda and represents seven reincarnations of Buddha. In the grounds of the pagoda is the Austin car made famous when in 1963, a resident monk drove the vehicle to what was then Saigon to protest against the southern regime, the photo of his self immortalization was captured and was one of the most well-known images of the war.
Lunch at a local restaurant for an authentic Hue style cuisine.
Continue to former emperor Minh Mang’s tomb located in a tranquil setting of gardens and ponds, inspired by the Chinese Confucianism, a harmonious design of balance and symmetry for the emperor’s resting place.
Journey on to Khai Dinh’s Tomb designed in traditional Vietnamese style with a European touch making it unique from the other tombs in Hue. Overnight in Hue.


Day 9: Hue – Ho Chi Minh City.
Transfer to Hue Airport after breakfast for the short flight to dynamic Ho Chi Minh City, still called Saigon by the locals.
Meet with a local guide and set off on a half-day tour in Ho Chi Minh City. Start with a visit to the city’s most iconic building: Reunification Hall. Formerly called the Presidential Palace, images of the building were seen around the world on 30 April 1975 when tanks stormed the gates as Saigon fell to the North Vietnamese. Hear the echoes of time while walking through this historic downtown site.
Then take a stroll to Ho Chi Minh City’s colonial quarter, walking past scenes of everyday life on the way. Admire the beautiful architecture of the Opera House, City Hall, the old Saigon Post Office, Hear about the glory days of French Indochina and how that era continues to influence aspects of modern Vietnamese culture.
Step inside the War Remnants Museum for an insightful, yet somber, look into Vietnam’s military history. See exhibitions displaying imagery from the French and American wars, learning more about the country’s struggle for independence, and hearing tales of the resilience of the Vietnamese people.
Then step off the tourist trail for one last visit on this Ho Chi Minh City tour at a Vietnamese coffee shop, sit down, and taste the coffee like locals. After this insightful visit, return to the hotel.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.


Day 10: Ho Chi Minh – Mekong Floating market
This tour begins at 07:30. Leave the busy streets and modern buildings of Ho Chi Minh City behind on the Mekong Delta day trip.
On arrival in Cai Be Township,, take a boat to sightsee activities along the riverside such as fishing and water transferring. Stopping at the local Floating market to experience how the locals buy and sell seasonal fruits in Mekong Delta.
Stopping at one of the local boats to taste fruits and get to know about their local life.
Keep cruising along the canals to a coconut candy workshop. Get a chance to learn all about the coconut candy making process. Taste honey harvested by the residents and the different kinds of tropical fruits. Cruise along local creeks through the villages to enjoy the tranquility of the countryside. Lunch is served at a local riverside restaurant.
Afternoon, take a local sampan trip through the island to see local river life. At the end of the tour, drive back to Saigon.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.


Day 11: Ho Chi Minh City Departure.
Today is free at leisure until time to transfer to Tan Son Nhat airport for your home onward flight.
Goodbye and see you the next time.


 

Experienced Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Domestic FLight
03 stars Accommodation
Boat in Halong Bay
Entrance fees
Experienced local Guide
Ground Transportation
03 stared Hotel
Domestic Flight
Boat in Halong
Entrance fees
Experienced local guide
Ground Transportation
Boat in Halong, Hoi An & Mekong
Domestic FLight
Entrance fees
03 stared Hotel
Experienced Local Guide
Ground Transportation
03 stared hotel
Boat trip
Entrance fees
Experienced local Guide
Ground Transportation
03 stared hotel
Boat trip
Entrance fees
Experienced Local guide
Ground Transportation
03 Stared Hotel
Boat trip
Entrance fees
Meals: B.L.D
Experienced Local guide
Ground Transportation
03 straed hottel
Boat trip
Entrance fees
Meals: B.L.D
Experienced local guide
Ground Transportation
03 stared hotel
Boat trip
Entrance fees
Meals:B.L.D
Experienced local guide
Ground Transportation
Boat trip
Entrance fees
03 stared hotel
Meals:B.L.D
Experience local guide
Ground Transportation
Entrance Fee
Drinks: Water
Meals: B.L.D
Experienced local guide
Ground Transportation
Domestic Flight
Entrance fees
Meals: B.L.D
Experienced local guide
Ground Transportation
Entrance fees
Snack/Drinks
Meals: B.L
Experienced local guide
Ground Transportation
Boat trip in Mekong
Entrance fees
Meals:B.L
Snack/Drinnk

High light of Vietnam

Day 1: Hanoi Arrival
Welcomed by Countryside Adventures Team at Noi Bai international airport, then transfer to your hotel downtown. The rest of the day is at your leisure. Overnight in Hanoi.


Day 2: Hanoi Full-Day Guided Trip
Today, we will take a guided tour to experience both the history and daily of the locals in Hanoi Capital. Driving past the historical Ba Dinh Square where Ho Chi Minh proclaimed the independence of Vietnam in 1945. Our Driver then drops us off at Lenin Garden – a communal space of local for taking an easy walk through before strolling through areas where sewing shops have been in family hands for generations, and people still practice the old ways or admire the daily life of local people in the alley of Hanoi.
The next visit is the Temple of Literature and explores its role in the country’s past, as both a university and a temple.
If interested, make a stop at the last courtyard where Vietnamese traditional instruments contribute to the oriental feel. For travelers who are musicians, opportunities to play some notes will present themselves, all under the guidance of the artists. Afterward, visit the fascinating Ethnology Museum (closed Mondays), which is both a research center and a public museum exhibiting the ethnic groups of Vietnam.
Lunch is at a local restaurant. Towards the end of the tour, embark on a walk through Hanoi’s Old Quarter. Witness the ancient commercial street names, mirroring the crafts and businesses dating back over a thousand years. Make a stop at Thuong Tra tea house nestled in an old apartment building, just to escape from Hanoi’s bustling life and learn about the importance of drinking tea in Vietnamese society while sipping on a cup of tea.
Then take a stroll around the charming Hoan Kiem Lake to enjoy local daily life passing by. Finish the day with a Water Puppet show. This is a uniquely northern Vietnamese art form depicting scenes from rural life and episodes of national history. Overnight in Hanoi.


Day 3: Hanoi – Ninh Binh – Hanoi

Depart the hotel this morning at 07:30 for a 2.5-hour drive through rural northern Vietnam to Ninh Binh Province — one of the most beautiful parts of Vietnam with its dramatic scenery and historical temples. The rice fields here are beautiful and the area has earned the nickname of ‘Dry Halong Bay’, a moniker borne out by the limestone karsts which dominate the landscape.
Upon arrival, begin a leisure 5 to 15 km (according to preference) biking trip around Tho Ha village passing by peaceful villages and enjoying the rustic countryside landscapes.
Lunch is served at a local restaurant.
Afternoon activities:
Continue to Dong Tam Hamlet to join in some engaging agricultural activities such as catching crabs, fishing and transplanting, watering vegetables, and more. Enjoy lunch before boarding the sampan for a 1.5-hour boat trip cruising over a small canal among the paddy fields for 1km, then stroll along the winding rocky path of the foot for 200m and go up 20 steps to reach the Galaxy Cave gate. Get inside the cave and admire the spectacular stalactites above the cave ceiling. Continue to discover But Hien cave and be attracted by many natural sparkling stalactites with shapes and figures before returning on the same route. Overnight in Hanoi.


Day 4: Hanoi – Halong Bay
Morning, Check out and drive toward Haiphong city to Halong Bay. It would take around 3hr30mins including a 30 – minutes stop on the way.
The scenery of Halong Bay where thousands of limestone islands jut out of the emerald sea, sculpted into bizarre shapes is truly an iconic image for Vietnam.
An overnight boat trip is the best way to enjoy this Vietnamese must-see.
Arrive at the jetty in Halong City towards noon and proceed with check-in formalities. After a  welcome onboard, lunch will be served while cruising towards the bay itself.
In the afternoon, enjoy some visits and/or activities (depending on each boat’s itinerary) or just spend some time relaxing on board.
Towards the end of the day the boat sets anchor for the night among the karst formations. Dinner is served on board.
Overnight on Halong Bay.


Day 5: Halong Bay – Noi Bai Airport – Danang – Hoian
Enjoy the sunrise and Taichi practicing and breakfast is served (also brunch on some boats) while the vessels cruises slowly back towards port. Disembark and transfer back to Hanoi or Haiphong airport
Take a short flight to Danang, on arrival in Danang transfer 40-minutes to Hoi An, a major Asian trading port in the 17th and 18th centuries whose architecture and relaxed lifestyle has changed little over the years.
Overnight in Hoi An.


Day 6: Hoi An Discovery
This morning, go on a walking tour in Hoi An, a charming destination with two faces – the old-world trading port of narrow streets and traditional houses, and the beach with its new resorts and long stretches of clean white sand. In keeping with Hoi An’s heritage as a trading port, the town’s tiny shop houses now host a range of craft shops and artisans including some of Asia’s best tailors. Despite the passing of 200 years and the ravages of weather and war, the center of Hoi An remains much the same as it was in its heyday. Take a walking tour of the ancient town center to visit former merchants’ houses, the 400-year-old Japanese Bridge, a Chinese communal hall, and the colorful market.
This afternoon, Get on a boat and go upstream the ‘Mother River’ from Thu Bon to Duy Vinh Village.  These villages are well-known for traditional weaving sedge mat. This land was created by three Alluvium Rivers such as Thu Bon, Truong Giang, and Ly Ly which provides the perfect land to plant the materials for the sedge mat. Pass by a shrimp and duck farm to get a glimpse of agricultural river life.
Depending on the season (from Feb to Apr and from Jul to Sep), see golden paddy fields during harvest season or green groves of jute along the banks of the Thu Bon River. Upon arrival at Ban Thach Mat Village, where abundant sources of raw rush used to weave mats have allowed the villagers to develop their own handicrafts and improve their lives for 400 years and start cycling to explore the beauty of a typical village in the Central of Vietnam. Learn the full process of sedge mat weaving from cutting sedge on the field to a finished mat following the traditional method. See the way locals manage to keep their traditional occupation in a modern and constantly evolving time. Display personal creativity with unique patterns! End the trip sharing a simple yet friendly home-hosted brunch and return to Hoi An by bike across Cam Kim Bridge.
Overnight in Hoi An.


Day 7: Hoi An – Hue Imperial City.
Enjoy this morning at leisure before leaving Hoi An for Hue, the former imperial capital of Vietnam. Its mesmerizing tombs and mausoleums of the last emperors of Vietnam reveal fascinating insights into the lives of the imperial families and their subjects. The ancient Citadel reflects the pomp and ceremony of the dynastic rulers as well as the scars of many years of turmoil, both ancient and modern. The Royal Citadel was badly damaged in the latter stages of the war but retains a sense of grace and majesty even today. Overnight in Hue.


Day 8: Hue Discovery
At 08:30 this morning, depart from the hotel in Hue for a city tour of the ancient town. Start at the Imperial Citadel where the Nguyen Dynasty ruled between 1802 and 1945. From here take a cyclo through Dai noi ‘Old City. Stop for a visit to Tran Dinh Son private museum with a collection of everyday items that past Kings have used. Learn how royal descendants are keeping the family’s traditions alive today.
Continue to visit Thien Mu (Celestial Lady) Pagoda overlooking the Perfume River; constructed in 1601, the 21-meter tall tower is the centerpiece of the pagoda and represents seven reincarnations of Buddha. In the grounds of the pagoda is the Austin car made famous when in 1963, a resident monk drove the vehicle to what was then Saigon to protest against the southern regime, the photo of his self immortalization was captured and was one of the most well-known images of the war.
Lunch at a local restaurant for an authentic Hue style cuisine.
Continue to former emperor Minh Mang’s tomb located in a tranquil setting of gardens and ponds, inspired by the Chinese Confucianism, a harmonious design of balance and symmetry for the emperor’s resting place.
Journey on to Khai Dinh’s Tomb designed in traditional Vietnamese style with a European touch making it unique from the other tombs in Hue. Overnight in Hue.


Day 9: Hue – Ho Chi Minh City.
Transfer to Hue Airport after breakfast for the short flight to dynamic Ho Chi Minh City, still called Saigon by the locals.
Meet with a local guide and set off on a half-day tour in Ho Chi Minh City. Start with a visit to the city’s most iconic building: Reunification Hall. Formerly called the Presidential Palace, images of the building were seen around the world on 30 April 1975 when tanks stormed the gates as Saigon fell to the North Vietnamese. Hear the echoes of time while walking through this historic downtown site.
Then take a stroll to Ho Chi Minh City’s colonial quarter, walking past scenes of everyday life on the way. Admire the beautiful architecture of the Opera House, City Hall, the old Saigon Post Office, Hear about the glory days of French Indochina and how that era continues to influence aspects of modern Vietnamese culture.
Step inside the War Remnants Museum for an insightful, yet somber, look into Vietnam’s military history. See exhibitions displaying imagery from the French and American wars, learning more about the country’s struggle for independence, and hearing tales of the resilience of the Vietnamese people.
Then step off the tourist trail for one last visit on this Ho Chi Minh City tour at a Vietnamese coffee shop, sit down, and taste the coffee like locals. After this insightful visit, return to the hotel.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.


Day 10: Ho Chi Minh – Mekong Floating market
This tour begins at 07:30. Leave the busy streets and modern buildings of Ho Chi Minh City behind on the Mekong Delta day trip.
On arrival in Cai Be Township,, take a boat to sightsee activities along the riverside such as fishing and water transferring. Stopping at the local Floating market to experience how the locals buy and sell seasonal fruits in Mekong Delta.
Stopping at one of the local boats to taste fruits and get to know about their local life.
Keep cruising along the canals to a coconut candy workshop. Get a chance to learn all about the coconut candy making process. Taste honey harvested by the residents and the different kinds of tropical fruits. Cruise along local creeks through the villages to enjoy the tranquility of the countryside. Lunch is served at a local riverside restaurant.
Afternoon, take a local sampan trip through the island to see local river life. At the end of the tour, drive back to Saigon.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.


Day 11: Ho Chi Minh City Departure.
Today is free at leisure until time to transfer to Tan Son Nhat airport for your home onward flight.
Goodbye and see you the next time.


 

Experienced Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Domestic FLight
03 stars Accommodation
Boat in Halong Bay
Entrance fees
Experienced local Guide
Ground Transportation
03 stared Hotel
Domestic Flight
Boat in Halong
Entrance fees
Experienced local guide
Ground Transportation
Boat in Halong, Hoi An & Mekong
Domestic FLight
Entrance fees
03 stared Hotel
Experienced Local Guide
Ground Transportation
03 stared hotel
Boat trip
Entrance fees
Experienced local Guide
Ground Transportation
03 stared hotel
Boat trip
Entrance fees
Experienced Local guide
Ground Transportation
03 Stared Hotel
Boat trip
Entrance fees
Meals: B.L.D
Experienced Local guide
Ground Transportation
03 straed hottel
Boat trip
Entrance fees
Meals: B.L.D
Experienced local guide
Ground Transportation
03 stared hotel
Boat trip
Entrance fees
Meals:B.L.D
Experienced local guide
Ground Transportation
Boat trip
Entrance fees
03 stared hotel
Meals:B.L.D
Experience local guide
Ground Transportation
Entrance Fee
Drinks: Water
Meals: B.L.D
Experienced local guide
Ground Transportation
Domestic Flight
Entrance fees
Meals: B.L.D
Experienced local guide
Ground Transportation
Entrance fees
Snack/Drinks
Meals: B.L
Experienced local guide
Ground Transportation
Boat trip in Mekong
Entrance fees
Meals:B.L
Snack/Drinnk

Local leaders at Countryside Adventures all have a strong passion for outdoor activities. Deep knowledge about History, culture, and local cuisine. They know well and love their country are the most important to connect and happy to share with you all about whatever topics you may want to know.

We offer New Ford Transit which is comfortable for transportation and always available at your side in case you need to take a break during a ride.

All entrance fees are included as mentioned in the Itinerary where needed.

All domestic flight from Hanoi to Danang and from Hue to Ho Chi Minh city are included in the program.

Most of our accommodation are chosen as local places and home stay to make sure our guests will stay closely with the locals,thus will provide an inside of local life style and their cultures.

Stay overnight at a junk boat in Halong bay is one of the best ways to experience the bay and all its activities.

We offer Mineral water every day during your activities.

Package cost per person in U.S Dollar:

Group size: 02 -04 person: 1.100 USD

Group size: 05 -08: 990 USD

Group size: 09 -12: 920 USD


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