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KEYWORDS: Vietnam Tours, package Tours, Vietnam package Tours, Vietnam Tour, Package Tours to Vietnam, Vietnam Tours Package, Vietnam Tour Booking DESCRIPTION: This trip explores the best sights of Vietnam: First of all, you will go to the Northern party of the country and experience the mingling with garishly-attired people from the Thai, H’mong, Yao, Day tribes at bustling markets and remote villages, then continue towards south and you will see the stunning landscape, fascinating culture, friendly people - plus some exhilarating cities. The main attractions feature the image of both the new and the old city of Hanoi, the fantasy world of Halong Bay, the romance and peacefulness of Hue and Hoi An, the sea paradise of Nha Trang, and the hustle and bustle of Saigon in contrast to the green and revering land of the Mekong Delta. AUTHOR: TITLE: Vietnam Package Tour / ToursVietnam.net / Vietnam Tours, Tours to Vietnam, Vietnam Tour
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See full size image Vietnam Package Tour 21Days/20Nights
This trip explores the best sights of Vietnam: First of all, you will go to the Northern party of the country and experience the mingling with garishly-attired people from the Thai, H’mong, Yao, Day tribes at bustling markets and remote villages, then continue towards south and you will see the stunning landscape, fascinating culture, friendly people - plus some exhilarating cities. The main attractions feature the image of both the new and the old city of Hanoi, the fantasy world of Halong Bay, the romance and peacefulness of Hue and Hoi An, the sea paradise of Nha Trang, and the hustle and bustle of Saigon in contrast to the green and revering land of the Mekong Delta.

 

Vietnam Package Tour 21Days/20Nights
Code: TVN027
 
Day 1: Arival
Fly to Hanoi. Pick up and transfer to hotel. Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital city, boasts tree-lined streets and centuries-old temples.
 
Day 2: Hanoi (B/L/D)
Visit to Ho Chi Minh Former Residence, One-Pillared Pagoda, West Lake, Lake Hoan Kiem, Temple of Literature. Cyclo tour (2 hours) to the old quarters of Hanoi and local markets. Evening enjoy the famous Water Puppet Show (1st class seats).
 
Day 3 Hanoi - Ninh Binh - Hai Phong (B/L/D)
Drive to Ninh Binh, 100km from Hanoi. Visit the Dinh & Le dynasty temples in Hoa Lu, an ancient capital of Vietnam (968-1009). The highlights of the trip is a sampan ride to Tam Coc, known as Vietnam “inland Halong Bay”. Paddle through three enormous caves and view local fisher-folk, village life along the river and, of course, the striking pagodas of 17th century. Transfer to Hai Phong, the most bustling seaport city in northern Vietnam with charming French-style buildings, ancient temples and colourful markets.
 
Day 4: Hai Phong - Cat Ba - Halong (B/L/D)
Take a hydrofoil to Cat Ba Island (1 hour), the biggest island in southern Halong Bay, famous for limestone landscape and bio-diversity. Board a private boat for a cruise (6 hours) to explore Halong Bay’s magic caves and limestone formations. Lunch of fresh seafood is served on board. The cruise ends at sunset, a spectacular view in Halong Bay. Overnight in Halong
 
Day 5: Halong - Hanoi (B/L/WD)
The morning is leisure for personal pursuits: relaxing on the sandy beach of Tuan Chau Island, walking on stone steps to Mt. Bai Tho (200m) which offers a panoramic view of Halong Bay and shopping for souvenirs on Halong Road (coal carvings, embroideries, ceramics...). In the afternoon, take coach back to Hanoi. Western dinner served at hotel.
 
Day 6: Hanoi - Dien Bien (B/L/D)
In the morning, transfer to Noi Bai Airport for a short flight to Dien Bien Phu, a famous valley at an elevation of 550m by the Vietnamese – Laotian border, where the French Army was defeated by Viet Minh in 1954. In the afternoon, explore the former battlefield: the Dien Bien Phu Museum, Eliane Hill (A1 Hill), Nam Rom Bridge, Muong Thanh airfield, De Castries’ bunker and finally the Victory Memorial on a hillock, offering spectacular sunset views. In the evening, take a short walk through Him Lam village and enjoy a folk show performed by Thai girls at a traditional house-on-stilts. Overnight in Dien Bien.
 
Day 7: Dien Bien - Sapa (B/L)
Transfer to Sapa (290km) via a picturesque road through rolling mountains, deep river valleys and the Hoang Lien Son Pass, the highest pass in Vietnam (2,047 metres). Encounter Black Thai and Red H’mong villages en route. Nestling on Mount Fansipan, Sapa offers spectacular scenery and is home to different hill-tribes. The evening entertainment is a tribal folk show. Overnight in Sapa.
 
Day 8: Sapa - Bac Ha (B/L/WD)
Leave for Bac Ha (105km) via a winding road with breath-taking mountain views. Visit Bac Ha Fair (on Sunday only) or Can Cau Fair (on Saturday only), considered the most lively and crowded in the region. They attract a large number of Flower H’mong and other hill-tribe groups (Nung, Phu La, Tay). In the afternoon, take a leisurely walk to visit the Flower H’mong village of Ban Pho, get an insight into the region and its people through its textiles and embroideries. Transfer to Lao Cai (70km). Overnight in Sapa. Western dinner served at hotel
 
Day 9: Sapa -Hanoi (B/L/D)
Take a morning trek (6km) to visit the hill-tribe villages of Lao Chai & Ta Van in the picturesque Muong Hoa valley. The trekking trail runs across magnificent terraced paddy fields, green valleys, rivers, and over white roof-dotted houses by mountain sides. Get to know more about the daily life of the local people (Black H’mong and Day), their ways of living and simple working tools. In the afternoon, transfer to Ta Phin Village, see Red Yao at work in their distinctive colourful dress. Board the night train to Hanoi (340km). Berths in air-conditioned compartments are provided. Overnight on the train.
 
Day 10: Arrive Hanoi (B/L/D)
Arrive in Hanoi, met and transferred to the hotel. You own arrangement.
 
Day 11: Hanoi - Hue (B)
In the morning, transfer to Noi Bai Airport (60km) for a short flight to Hue, widely known for its magnificent monuments built under the Nguyen Dynasty (1802 – 1945). Pick up and transfer to a hotel in the city. Free to relax. Buffet dinner served at hotel.
 
Day 12: Hue (B/L/D)
The morning is highlighted with a visit to the Dong Ba Market, famous for its best conical hats in Vietnam, and the Imperial Citadel, built in 1804 on a site chosen in accordance with geomancy. A performance of ancient dancing and court music, a world intangible heritage recognised by UNESCO in 2003, is presented in the citadel (optional). In the afternoon, the tour focuses on the tombs of King Tu Duc (ruled 1848 – 1883) and King Khai Dinh (ruled 1916 – 1925). The monuments, designed by the kings themselves, were also used as holiday retreats during their lifetime. Proceed to Thien Mu Pagoda to attend the afternoon service. The evening is highlighted with a Hue folk show on the Perfume River.
 
Day 13: Hue - Danang - Hoi An (B/L/D)
Transfer to Danang (110km). Admire beautiful landscape on the road through the Hai Van Pass. Panoramic views of the clouds, the sea and the mountains around are unfolded at the scenic Lang Co lagoon. After arriving in Danang, visit the Cham Sculpture Museum which boasts the finest collection of Cham sandstone sculptures in the world. In the afternoon, transfer to Hoi An. After hotel check-in, you are free on your own or at leisure on the beach. Evening, enjoy a lively show of traditional dancing & music. Overnight in Hoi An.
 
Day 14: Hoi An - My Son - Hoi An (B/L/D)
Hoi An, so called a ‘living Museum City’ because of its well-kept original historical buildings and ancient backstreets. Visit three of the city’s oldest homes, each built over 200 years ago and still occupied by descendants of the families that originally built them; then tour to traditional Hoi An Church and the unique Japanese Bridge. Afternoon transfer to Ruins of My Son to see Cham Holy See. Lunch and Dinner at local restaurant.
 
Day 15: Hoi An (B/L/D)
Own arrangement to explore more of Hoi An on your own pace, or you could have a good shopping or rest. Dinner served at hotel. Suggestion: You might join the optional Vietnamese Cooking class.
 
Day 16: Hoi An - Danang - Nha Trang (B/L/D)
Before leaving for Danang Airport, stop by the tone-carving village of Non Nuoc where a wide variety of articles is sculptured from marble and sandstone. Take a short flight to Cam Ranh. Pick up and transfer to a hotel in Nha Trang, Vietnam’s most charming coastal town with white sandy beaches, fascinating islands and year-round dry weather.
 
Day17: Nha Trang (B/L/D)
Transfer to Cau Da Jetty for a day cruise to Tam Islet and Mun Islet. The water is clear and the marine life is diverse for snorkelling and sunbathing. Optional activities include scuba diving, jet skiing, wind surfing and parasailing on Tam Islet. Seafood Lunch served on board. Overnight in Nha Trang.
 
Day 18: Nha Trang - Ho Chi Minh City (B/L/D)
Morning tour to the Po Nagar Towers, the Oceanography Institute and Long Son Pagoda. After lunch, take flight to Ho Chi Minh City.
 
Day 19: Ho Chi Minh City (B/L/WD)
A morning tour round Ho Chi Minh City, formerly called Saigon, features the History Museum, the Binh Tay Market in Chinatown, Thien Hau Temple and a lacquer workshop. In the afternoon, take an excursion to Cu Chi, 70km north of Saigon, famous for its 200-kilometre-long tunnels. Western dinner served at hotel.
 
Day 20: Excursion to Mekong Delta (B/L/D)
Enjoy a full-day excursion to My Tho, 75km south of Saigon, a peaceful town on the bank of the Mekong River. The tour comprises a cruise on the Mekong River, a visit to orchards and local homes, a sampan ride on palm-shaded creeks, a taste of seasonal fruit & honey tea and a performance of traditional southern singing. Lunch of Mekong specialties is arranged.
 
Day 21: Ho Chi Minh City / Departure (B)
Own arrangement or explore this city on your own pace before transfer to the airport for your flight bound for Homeland.
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