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Vietnam hightlight 11 days

For 2 weeks of holiday, you can travel thought from the North to the South of Vietnam. Even you are individual travellers or group travellers.



Day 1      Arrive Hanoi ( D )

Welcome at the airport by our tour guide. Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Hanoi. Dinner in a local restaurant.

Day 2      Hanoi city tour ( B , L )

8h00, pick up at hotel. For the start of the tour journey to Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum and The Army, National Fine Arts.Lunch at local cuisine.Following lunch,visit the Buddhist Tran Quoc Pagoda on West Lake.We will take you past Hoan Kiem Lake.Finish the day with Vietnam's most famous and charming art form, Water Puppetry.

Day 3        Hanoi-Halong Bay-Charming boat cruise ( B , L ,D )

08h30 Departures. Pick up at your hotel. Arrive in Halong City at arround 12h15 and board your traditional junk.Enjoy fresh seafood lunch. Visit Sung Sot Cave.Following cruise to Sail, DinhHuong and Dog Islands. Journey onwards to Titov Beach .Watch the sunset over the bay whilst enjoying your delicious dinner. Overnight on board the boat.

Day 4      Halong Bay-Hanoi –Hue ( B , L )

Morning Halong cruise. Drive back to Hanoi. Afternoon flight to Hue .Transfer to hotel.

Day 5      Hue city ( B , L )

Pick up you at your hotel at around 08:30 and then take a full day to discover Hue, former Imperial capital during Nguyen Dynasty.Take a boat for a cruise on the gentle Perfume River to the seven – storey Thien Mu Pagoda on the riverbank. Continue by car and visit Emperor Minh Mang’s Mausoleum.Lunch at a local restaurant.In the afternoon, vist Emperor Tu Duc. Stop on the way to see how conical hats and incense sticks are made.Then you transfer to hotel.make sure that you will come to the fitday.call me up shut up.Hunt for pick up in the decay in the number of betray.you can be accept to come funny all


Day 6      Hue – Hoi an ( B )

8h00,journeying to Hoi An are all UNESCO World Heritage listed sites and boast some of the strongest cultural relics in Vietnam.Overnight at hotel in Hoian


Day 7      Hoian ancient town ( B, L )

In the morning, our guide and driver will meet you at your hotel. Transfer to Hoi An, a major Asian trading port in the 17th and 18th centuries and its architecture and relaxed lifestyle has changed little over the years. Take a walking tour of the ancient town center to visit former merchants’ houses, the 400 year-old Japanese Covered Bridge and the colorful market. Enjoy lunch at local restaurant.

After lunch, take a boat trip on Thu Bon river of Hoi An to visit the traditional handicraft villages such as Thanh Ha pottery and Kim Bong carpentry. Back to your hotel


Day 8      Hoian – Danang - Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) ( B )

Fly Danang to Ho Chi Minh City.Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City


Day 9      Ho Chi Minh City tour ( B, L )

08.00 Departure. The center of Ho Chi Minh City offers some of the finest Colonial Buildings all within walking distance, The Municipal Theatre; constructed in 1899 the building has offered Ho Chi Minh City

residents entertainment for over 100 years. Gaze across the square to the Continental Hotel, where author Graham Green and the war time press once lived.

Notre Dame Cathedral, the structure makes a great backdrop to the citiesbustlingstreets. Visit The General Post Office, unchanged since its completion in the 1880's.

The Reunification Palace , one of the most fascinating sights in the city and exceptionally well preserved, almost the same as if was left in1975 whenthe North Vietnamese army tanks stormed the gates.

Journey on to Cholon, only a few km from the center but its Chinese influence makes it very distinct from the rest of Ho Chi Minh City. Discover the market and streets, also the many pagodas and temples that are in the area.

One of the most spiritual temples for the locals is the Cantonese built Thien Hau Pagoda, dedicated to the goddess of the sea, it attracts visitors from all over the Asian region. Enjoy lunch in a local restaurant.

In the afternoon visit the BinhTay Market, see the incredible display of fresh produce on offer and simply wander the market seeing and enjoying the variety of goods on sale.


Day 10     Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) – Vinh Long,Cai Be – Can Tho ( B, L )

8.00 pick up you at hotel then transfer to Vinh Long, Cai Be.Start boat on village roads to discover life at country side. Visit ancient traditional house, sightseeing orchards or bonsai gardens. Enjoy traditional music. Continue program is discovery the country side’s life at shipyard, candy, rice paper workshop.Take a boat trip to visit the floating market Cai Be.Lunch at local restaurant.Continue your tour then transfer to hotel.


Day 11      Cantho - Ho Chi Minh City ( B )

Breakfast and relax at hotel.At the afternoon,transfer to Ho Chi Minh and take flight to the next destination



  • Accommodation at superior hotels (3 or 4 stars, charming and comfortable).
  • 2 days 1 night cruise on a comfortable & charming junk in Halong.
  • All meals mentioned in the program at local restaurant
  • Transfers as mentioned by private air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Entrance fees as mentioned in the program.
  • Boat trip in vinh Long, Can tho.
  • English speaking guide other language speaking mentioned ( with surcharge 15 USD/day/group )


  • Visas and international air ticket.
  • Meals or other drink than mentioned.
  • Services other than mentioned.
  • Domestic air ticket on economy class Hanoi-Hue-Hochi MinhLaundry, telephone calls and expenditure of a personal nature
  • Personal insurance
What plans or ideas do you have for your itinerary?


  • icon-quote-l    Nous avons visité essentiellement le nord depuis Hanoi jusqu'à la frontière chinoise, la région de Sapa et de Bac ha, très peu touristique et où l'on a pu rencontrer des populations locales en costumes traditionnels. C'était vraiment génial. Alors, voici les endroits a Visiter : Nord du vietnam : Hanoi - Baie d'halong - Sapa - Babe Lake ou Hoa lu Ensuite Da Nang pour visiter Hue & Hoi An, sans oublier Phong Nha Cave ensuite Nha Trang Beach et Da lat pour le beau paysage. Puis ho Chi Minh ville : Tour voyage Mekong( My Tho, Can Tho), les tunels de Cu Chi Cao Dai temple (voir juste l'architecture) pour les plages au sud tu vas Phan Thiet, Mui Ne. et visite les iles du vietnam : Con Dao est plus petit que Phu Quoc... Con Dao plutot pour culturel et paysage et Phu Quoc pour le paradis. Tout dépend des régions que l'on veut visiter et des activités souhaitées ! Pour le Nord du Vietnam, la période idéale est : Mars, avril mai et octobre, novembre. Si vous voulez voyager au Centre, je vous conseille de voyager dans la période de décembre à mai ou août, septembre. En ce qui concerne le Sud du Vietnam, la période idéale est de novembre à mai. Cela dépend bien entendu des activités que vous voulez réaliser. Par exemple, si vous prévoyez un trekking en janvier dans le Nord du Vietnam en dormant chez l'habitant ce sera plus contraignant qu'un simple séjour à Sapa avec balade et nuit à l'hôtel.   icon-quote-r
  • icon-quote-l    Bonjour. De novembre à mars, ce serai la bonne période pour visiter le Vietnam. L'hiver a été plus rude en janvier. Je pense que c'est une erreur d'éviter Hanoi. c'est la ville la plus intéressante dans ce pays. Pas de tour organisé en partant de France, très onéreux. il suffit de retenir un bon hotel à Hanoi pour 2 à 3 nuits et tout peu s'organiser là avec Colour of Viet. Sans problème. Je conseille de faire le tour de Hanoi, Dien bien Phu, Lai Chau, Sapa, Bac Ha et retour à Hanoi en une semaine. Pour moi c'est ce qui a de mieux. ensuite à Hanoi aller voir les "Pagodes Parfumées" très spectaculaires et moins de touristes, bien plus sympathiques que Hoa Lu, le "Halong" terrestre". puis bien entendu voir la baie d'Halong" tout s'organise à Hanoi dans les mêmes conditions qu'un "tour operator" et pour un prix nettement plus favorable.   icon-quote-r
  • icon-quote-l    Ce pays est magnifique les gens sont très sympathiques. La cuisine est très bonne .Superbe paysages ! A voir absolument pour les gens qui aiment la nature...   icon-quote-r



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