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Elegant Travel Located at 216 De Tham, Pham Ngu Lao, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, VN.Reviewed by 2048 Khách hàng. Rated: 9.5/ 10 (Excellent)



 Vietnam package tour 17 days will brings you through this world. You will take chance to visit the most beautiful landscape of Vietnam as Sapa, Halong, Hanoi, Hue, Hoi An, Nha Trang, Mekong and Ho Chi Minh city.


       Day 1 : Welcome to Hanoi Vietnam

      Arrive at Noi Bai Airport. Meeting with guide and transfer to the hotel. The rest of this day will take time to explore Hanoi charm city by you.

      Hotel overnight, Ha Noi City

      Day 2 Ha Noi-Sapa (B, L)

      AM: Getting started from your hotel at 8.30 AM, driving to visit Ho Chi Minh complex, including Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum – the final resting place of the Vietnamese great father or uncle Ho, President Ho Chi Minh’s stilt House – where he lived on and off from 1958 to 1969, the next place to move to is One Pillar Pagoda – a group of structures consisting of a pagoda and a tower built in the middle of a square lake. Leave One Pillar Pagoda and transfer to West Lake, visit Tran Quoc pagoda then having lunch.

      PM: After lunch, you will be transferred to visit the Temple of literature. Continue to visit Museum of Ethnology – the most interesting museum in Hanoi with many different things relating the 54 Vietnamese ethnic groups. After that, you will visit Hoan Kiem lake (Restore Sword Lake). The last place of the tour is taking a walk for few minutes to visit The old quarter of Hanoi, finally enjoy Vietnam traditional water puppet show within one hour, having dinner then night train to Sapa.

      Overnight on train,

      Day 3: Sapa arrival and easy trekking to Ta Van village ( B/L/D)

      AM: The train arrives in Lao Cai at 6.30 a.m, We will welcome you by your name sign. We drive up to Sapa about 50 minutes on Car / Van, you will be taken to a small guesthouse for a morning showers then your breakfast at a local restaurant here. After breakfast & short morning beak, we start trekking from Sapa town. Our trekking route is from here to through the villages of Hmong and Zay people, chances to meet the locals working on the mountainsides or the rice terraces, kids ride on back of buffalo, to take photograph of  picturesque valleys & awesome scenery. We have picnic lunch on trekking route.

      PM:  After lunch keep on trekking to Ta Van village of Zay people, where you will be warmly welcomed by the host, share the dinner with them, and stay at their traditional wooden house.

      Homestay in Ta Van village,  Sapa 

       Day 4: Ta Van village, trek to Giang Ta Chai and Sapa town (B, L)

      AM: After breakfast; we are on the beaten track to GiangTaChai village of the Red Dzao minority via the paths between terraces and through bamboo forests. Visit silver waterfall and suspension Rattan Bridge, visit the people in the village and then cross Muong Hoa River up to the mountain to visit the last village of the trek - Supan village of the H'mong then having picnic lunch.

      PM: Get back to Sapa by Car / Van. On the way back, enjoy visiting the ancient stone circle where stones are decorated with ancient carvings. Check in hotel. and your free time to explore  Sapa town.

      Hotel overnight, Sapa town

      Day 5: Sapa town to Cat Cat village and night train to be back Hanoi (B)

      AM: Breakfast, visit village of the black H'mong (Cat Cat village), walk around visiting people in the village and the hydroelectric power station built by the French in the old days.  Back town have lunch

      PM: Check out hotel, free to explore the town. At about 5 PM. drive to Lao Cai station for a night train back to Hanoi

      Train overnight, Train is from Sapa to Hanoi,

       Day 6: Hanoi - Halong bay (B, L, D)

      AM: After breakfast at hotel, private van / car  We will pick you up and we start our 4-hours drive to Halong City stopping on the way for some refreshments and local hospitality. Upon arrival at Halong City, we transfer to our boat for a cruise in the stunning Halong Bay. Sea food lunch will be served on board.

      PM: After lunch we will have opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful caves of Halong, Surprise Cave. From here we take our boats to the Ti Top Beach, where we can have a swim or climb up to the top of the island for outstanding panoramic view of the Bay. Stay overnight on board

      Overnight on board, Halong bay

      Day 7: Halong - Hanoi for flying to Hue (B, L)

      AM: Following breakfast this morning, we kayak around Luon Cave before returning to Halong Bay harbor for lunch,

      PM: After lunch, we meet with our vehicle for the 3 hour drive back to Hanoi.

      Hotel overnight, Hanoi city

        Day 8: Hanoi free and flight to Hue city (B)

      Transfer from your hotel in Hanoi to the airport. Pick up then transfer to your hotel in Hue.

      Hotel overnight, Hue city

      Day 9: Hue city tour (B/L)


      AM: Pick you up at 8.00am from the hotel in Hue central, then transfer to the pier for a motor dragon boat ride along Perfume river, the first impression is a green and peaceful on both side of the river. First stop at Thien Mu pagoda, the magnificent architecture was found in 17th century. Transfer back to Hue city centre to visit the Imperial Citadel, Flag Tower, Noon Gate, Nine Dynasty Urns, Nine Holy Cannons, Thai Hoa Palace. Enjoy lunch at Vietnamese restaurant for special dishes in Hue Vietnam.

      PM: After lunch, visit King’s Tombs of Tu Duc, and handicraft villages such as conical hat making, bronze-casting, incense-making village and last visit at Ming Mang Tomb. Return to hotel at 5pm

      Hotel overnight, Hue city

       Day 10: Hue – Lang Co beach – My Son – Hoi An ( B, L)

      AM: Depart to Hoian. Relax at Lang Co Beach. Stop on Hai Van Mountain Pass of 30 km length, and then having a lunch in Danang.

      PM:  Drive to visit My Son, a ancient religion center of the Cham people in the past, 40 km to the South West of Hoi An town, another World's Cultural Heritage.P.M: Transfer to Hoian. Dinner and overnight at hotel in Hoian.

      Hotel overnight, Hoi An

      Day 11: Hoi An city and cooking class (B/D)


      AM: Breakfast at hotel then we leave your hotel at 8.30, you will walk with your tour guide to visit around Hoi An: the old Tan Ky House, Covered Bridge, Phuc Kien Assembly Hall… you will also get a chance to enjoy the musical show at 10.00 a.m, and a visit to some of the handicrafts workshop. Shop for tailored made silk products or spend your time at the wonderful beach (4km away).

      PM: At 5.00 p.m. we will join in the cooking class, where our Vietnamese chef, will teach you some of our great Vietnamese cuisines. After your lesion, you will have dinner right there of what you have done at your class.

      Hotel overnight, Hoi An town

      Day 12: Hoi An – Nha Trang ( B)

      Breakfast at the hotel then transfer to the airport in Da Nang for your noon flight to Nha Trang. A Van / Car takes you to your hotel, it is free to chill out on the beautiful white sand beach.

      Hotel overnight, Nha Trang city

      Day 13: Nha Trang boat trip ( B, L)

      AM: Getting started from hotel, transfer to the boat station (45 minutes). Hop on the boat and begin a day on the water. The first stop will be at Mum island.

      This is one of the best places for snorkeling in Nha Trang. Hold your breath for as long as you can and dive deep into this colorful world of fish and coral. Next stop, Tam Island, for sun bathing and relaxing on the off shore beach.

      PM: Lunch will be served at a nearby fishing village with a selection of fresh seafood. After the lunch we will visit Tri Nguyen Aquarium then take the boat back to hotel in Nha Trang city.

      Hotel overnight, Nha Trang city

      Day 14: Nha Trang-Sai Gon ( B/L)


      AM: We take an early flight this morning at 7:45 am, arriving to Saigon at 8:40 am, transfer downtown and check-in at our hotel before our city tour of bustling Saigon started.

      PM: Visit the Binh Tay Market in Cho Lon; stopover at Thien Hau, a 150 year old Chinese Temple; then to a Lacquer wares workshop and the Jade Emperor pagoda. In the afternoon visit the War Remnants Museum, the Notre Dame Cathedral and the historic Central Post Office. We’ll drop you off at your hotel around 5:30 pm.

      Over night in Sai Gon

      Day 15:  Cao Dai temple - Cu Chi tunnel (B, L)

      AM: Getting started at 08 am from your hotel, transferring to Tay Ninh, near the Cambodian border, is home to the unique Cao Dai sect, whose patron saints include Joan of Arc, Victor Hugo and Winston Churchill to name a few. The religion is an odd mix of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and Christianity. The trip to Tay Ninh is combined with a visit to the Cu Chi Tunnels. At its height the tunnel system stretched from Saigon to the Cambodian border and was three levels deep.

      PM: Today the remaining tunnels have become a major tourist attr giving the visitor a unique experience and a feel of what underground life in the war must have been like. Our team will drop you off in  at 5.00 PM.

      Hotel overnight, Saigon city

       Day 16:  Mekong delta (B/L)

      AM: 0800 depart for a fascinating drive through rural Vietnam to Cai Be. As you leave the bustling city of Ho Chi Minh City the scenery changes for the lush rice paddies. This area is referred to locally as the 'rice bowl of Vietnam'. On arrival disembark on your private boat for a trip to Cai Be floating market. See the larger boats in the market, each selling mostly one product, this is truly a different experience and one you will remember.
      Continuing downriver towards Vinh Long, the journey takes one hour and a long the way will stop to visit some of the picturesque islands that lie in the centre of the Mekong River.

      Stop at Binh Hoa Phuoc Island and see the delta's second most famous produce after rice, tropical fruits. Stroll through the orchids on the islands, which grow such fruits as Longan, Sapodilla, and Durian whilst also sampling these exotic fruits.
      Enjoy lunch on Binh Hoa Phuoc Island and sample the local delicacy Elephant Ear Fish.

      PM: Cruise the back waters using the local means of transport, hand paddle boats and on 'Monkey Bridges', small rickety structures that look fairly easy to walk on but are harder than you think.

      Take a look also at the local brick kilns and brick production which is popular in this area where more and more houses are now made of brick.

      Late afternoon departure from Vinh Long for the drive back to Ho Chi Minh City where you will arrive around 1700.

      Day 17: Saigon departure (B)

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      ·         Twin-shared rooms at 2-5 star hotels.

      ·         Domestic flight ticket for whole trip: Sai Gon-Da Nang, Hue-Ha Noi

      ·         Land transfer by private A/C vehicle for whole trip.

      ·         Boat trip in Halong Bay at 2-5 star cruise,Group tour in Sapa.

      ·         English speaking guide. Other languages are available upon request.

      ·         Admission fees for all sightseeing places

      ·         Bottles of mineral water available on the car.

      ·         Meals as mentioned in the program. Special requirements (vegetarian, diet, Muslim food etc.) could be arranged upon prior notice.



      ·         Visa arrangement

      ·         Travel insurances.

      ·         Drinks and personal expenses (laundry, phone calls etc.).

      ·         Services not clearly mentioned above.

      Packing list: Passport, towels, toiletries, flash light, change of clothes, sun block, sun glasses, sun hat, insect repellent, proper hiking shoes and rain coat




    Ha Noi.

    Viet Nam’s most charming city, Ha Noi is home to about 4 million people.Less vibrant and more reserved than its cousin to the south.Ha Noi is a great place to explore on foot.If Ho Chi Minh is defined by hustle and bustle and people on the move.Hanoi’s trademark is green parks and tranquil lakes.

    The city is divided into districts, many of which take their name from a lake within the district’s boundaries.Each district has its own charms.Perhaps the most interesting district, is that of Hoan Kiem.At its center is Ho Hoan Kiem ( Lake of the Restored Sword). A broad path encircles the lake ,attracting residents to its shores throughout the day.At dawn you will find young and old walking , jogging, practicing TaiChi and playing badminton..After dark, young couples walk hand in hand or seek privacy under the trees and on the numerous park benches at the water’s edge.To the north and west of the lake is Hanoi’s  famed old quarter with its confusing maze of narrow cobblestoned streets.Home to numerous guest houses,mini-hotels,art galleries,restaurants and shops, the old quarter is worth a day of aimless wandering and discovery.Many visitors, particularly backpackers,choose this area as their base in Hanoi.

    South and east of the lake, the wide tree-lined boulevards of the old French quarter offer a stark contrast to the confusion of the old quarter.The French colonial influence, obvious throughout the city,is particularly evident here.Many colonial villas are now home to embassies, upscale hotels and restaurants.




    Ho Chi Minh city.

    Fasten your seatbelts as Ho Chi Minh City is a metropolis on the move – and we’re not just talking about the motorbikes that throng the streets. Saigon, as it’s known to all but city officials, is Viet Nam at its most dizzying: a high-octane city of commerce and culture that has driven the whole country forward with its limitless energy. It is a living organism that breathes life and vitality into all who settle here, and visitors cannot help but be hauled along for the ride.

    Saigon is a name so evocative that it conjures up a thousand jumbled images. Wander through timeless alleys to ancient pagodas or teeming markets, past ramshackle wooden shops selling silk, spices and baskets, before fast-forwarding into the future beneath sleek skyscrapers or at designer malls, gourmet restaurants and minimalist bar

    The ghosts of the past live on in the churches, temples, former GI hotels and government buildings that one generation ago witnessed a city in turmoil, but the real beauty of Saigon’s urban collage is that these two worlds blend so seamlessly into one.

    Whether you want the finest hotels or the cheapest guesthouses, the classiest restaurants or the most humble street stalls, the designer boutiques or the scrum of the markets, Saigon has it all. The Saigon experience is about so many things – memorable conversations, tantalising tastes and moments of frustration – yet it will not evoke apathy. Stick around this conundrum of a city long enough and you may just unravel its mysteries.

    Ha Long Information

    Ha Long Bay is located in the northeastern part of Vietnam and constitutes part of the western bak of Bac Bo Gulf, including the sea area of Ha Long City and Cam Pha Town and part of Van Don island district.It abuts Cat a Island in the southwest.Toward the west is the shore with a 120 kim-long coastline.It is located within east longitude and within north latitude.The site is 1553 sq km with 1969 islands of various sizes of which 989 have been named.

    The islands in Ha Long Bay are mainly limestone and schist islands most lying in the twon main areas: the southeastern part of Bai Tu Long Bay and southwestern part of Ha Long Bay.These islands represent the most ancient images of a geographical site having a tectionic age of from 250 million to 280 million years.They are the result of many times of the karst created the unique Ha Long Bay in the world.In a not very large area,thousands of islands with different forms look like glittering emeralds attached to the blue scarf of a virgin.The area where many stone islands concentrate has spectacular scenes and world famous caves and is the center of Ha Long Bay Natural Heritage , including Ha Long Bay and a part of Bai Tu Long Bay.

    The area is recognized as the World Natural Heritage that is the area of 434 with 775 islands.It looks like a giant triangle with Dau Go Island( in the west).Ba Ham Lake ( In the south) and Cong Tay Island ( in the east ) as tis three angle points.The nearby area is the buffer area and areas classified as national beauty spors in 1962 by the Ministry of Culture and Information.

    Wiewed from above, Ha Long Bay lookis an extremely vivid huge drawing.This is a wonderful and skilful masterpiece of the Creation and of nature that turns thousands of dumb soulless stone islands into fantastic sculptural and artistic works of various graceful shapes, both familiar and strange to human beings.Thousands of islands emerging uneven in the fanciful waves look strong and magnificent but also mild and vivid.Amidst these according to their shapes and forms.This one looks like somebody heading toward the shore.Hon Dau Nguong ( Human Head Island);that one looks like a dragon hovering above the sea surface:Hon Rong ( Dragon Island) another looks like an old man sitting fishing: Hon La Vong; some look like big sails struggling amidst the wind to each other abover the sea.Hon Trong Mai ( Male and Female Chicken Island) and amid the vast sea stands an  island like a big incense burner like a ritual offering to Heaven.Hon Lu Huong(  Incense Burner Island ).All are so real that  people are taken aback by them.Those stone islands have experienced unpredictable changes over time and they take different shapes from different angles of view.Here, we come to realize that thay are not dumb inanimate things but are vivid and soulful.

    Inside the stone islands are various breath taking caves, such as Thien Cung, Dau Go,Sung Sot, Tring Nua, Tam Cung and others.Thsea are rally magnificent palaces of the Creation on earth.Long ago, Ha Long Bay has been called by the great national poet Nguyen Trai:” a wonder of the earth erected towards the high sky” .Many men of letters from all over the world have been taken aback at the grandiose scenery of Ha Long.They seem to get puzzled and incompetent as their treasure of vocabulary is not rich enough to depict the splendor of this place.

    Ha Long Bay is also attached to glorious papes of Vienames  history with famous sites such as Van Don a bustling trade port in the 12 century , charming Bai Tho Mountain, and not very far away from here is the Bach Dang River which witnessed two famous naval battles of the Viet’s ancestors against invaders.Also Ha Long is one of the cradles of human kind with the glorious Haa Long culture in the late Neolithic age, discorered at such archeological sites as Dong Mng , Xich Tho, Soi Nhu and Thoi Gieng.

    Ha Long is also home to great biodiversity with typical eco-sytems like mangrover forest, coral and tropical forest.It is also home to thousands of plants and animals of numerous species for example shrimp, fish and squid.Some species are particularly rare and can be found no where else.

    With such special values, at the 18 Session of Unesco’s Council of World Heritage held on 17.December 1994 in Thai Lan, Ha Long Bay was officially placed on the list of the World Natural Heritage.In 2000, Unessco recognized it as the World Heritage for the second time for its geographical and geomorphologic values.This confirms the global premier value of Ha Long Bay.

    Hue Information

    Hue is located in Thua Thien prefecture and is in the central part of Vietnam.Located  660 km from Ha Noi and 1080 km from Sai Gon, Hue has always been considered the fulcrum of Vietnam’s most well known ancient capital beause of the local mispronunciation of the word Hoa in Thuan Hoa.

    Since the 16th century, Thuan Hoa due to its strategic location,has been a very prosperous area.The Nguyen Lord chose this area to be their headquarters.Nguyen Anh made it Vietnam’s capital city in 1802 after he defeated the Tay Son and ascended to the throne with the name Gia Long.King Gia Long ( 1762-1819) was credited for bulding and fortifying Hue from the very beginning.Since then, successive king of the Nguyen Dynasty has added to the foundation set by his predecessors.

    Hoi An Information

    A highlight of any trip to Viet Nam, Hoi An is a town oozing charm and history, having largely escaped the destruction of successive wars. Once a sleepy riverside village, it’s now quite definitely a tourist town – with hotels, restaurants, bars, tailors and souvenir shops dominating the old centre. Despite this air of irreality, Hoi An’s charisma pervades.


    The local People’s Committee periodically clamps down on touts, and while this doesn’t mean a completely hassle-free visit, a stroll down the street is usually more relaxed here than in Hue or Nha Trang Hoi An is pedestrian-friendly: the Old Town is closed to cars and the distances from the hotels to the centre are walkable. It’s a great place to hire a bike.

    Known as Faifo to Western traders, from the 17th to 19th centuries it was one of Southeast Asia’s major international ports. Vietnamese ships and sailors based here sailed all around Viet Nam, Thai Lan  and Indonesia

    Perhaps more than any other place in Viet­nam, Hoi An retains a sense of history that envelops you as you explore it. This is especially true on ‘Hoi An Legendary Night’. Every month on the full moon, motorbikes are banned from the Old Town, which is transformed into a magical land of silk lanterns, traditional food, song and dance, and games in the streets.

    Every year during the rainy season, particularly in October and November, Hoi An has problems with flooding, especially in areas close to the waterfront. The greatest flood ever recorded in Hoi An took place in 1964, when the water reached all the way up to the roof beams of the houses. In late 2006 the town bore the brunt of the worst typhoon in 50 years.

    There’s plenty to do in Hoi An. Emphatically the most enchanting place along the coast, this is one spot worth lingering in.


    Nha Trang

    Nha Trang beach resort town.A major face- lift in 1995-96 and the opening of two upscale hotels later in 1996 vaulted Nha Trang onto the playing field with places like Phuket, Thai Lan, and Cancun, Mexico.Today, it’s a popular destination for both foreign and domestic tourists.In addition to sun bathing, popular attractins include boat trips to the nearby islands and tours of Nha Trangs’ is on the central coast , about  450 km north of Sai gon and 1,200 km south of Ha noi.The main  strip in Nha Trang is Tran Phu Street, which runs north –south along the sea for about 4 kilometers.It is a wide boulevard, bisected by a grassy median with street lamps.mumerous restaurants and bars line the beach side of Tran Phu, while hotels and more restaurants line the other.A walking path and wide swath of trees separate the beach from the road.Not surprisingly, life in Nha Trang centers on the beach.In the early mornings and late afternoons, especially on weekends, you will find the beach packed with locals.In addition to swimming, football is a popular pastime, and you will find numerous games in progress.During the heat of the day, the locals surrender the beach to mostly foreign sun worshippers.In the evenings the beach is all but deserted.

    When you tire of the beach, visit the nerby islands.Day trips are offered by just about every hotel and café.A typical itinerary includes visiting 2 or 3 islands, snorkeling and lunch, all for about US$8 per person.For serious snorkelers and divers who want to spend more time in the water, two local dive operators offer day trips from January to October.Back on the mainland, there are a few worthwhile attractions in or near town.The towering white Buddha that can be  seen from many parts of Nha Trang is part of the Long Son Pagoda and can be reached by climbing a treep and long set of stairs.North of town, across the Nha Trang River, lies the PoNagar Cham site.The ancient Cham towers sit high atop a hill,the views overlooking the river and town are breathtaking.A little beyong Po Nagar lies Hon Chong, a scenic beach that is reputed to have the best seafood in the area.South of town, check out Emperor Bao Dai’s former holiday retreat, now a hotel .Every road leads to Nha Trang, well actually there’s only one road, National Highway 1, but you can also fly or take the train from just about anywhere in Vietnam.Some promoters boast that there is only one month of bad wether in Nha Trang, which is true if you don’t mind rain and wind.Otherwise, pland to visit between January and August.

    Mekong information

    The Mekong Delta is the bottom half of Vietnam’s two rice baskets ( the other being the Red River Delta in the North).This vast delta is formed by the deposition of the multiple tentacles and tributaries of the might Mekong River which has its origin in the Tibetan highland plateau 2,800 miles away.From its source, the river makes its way through China, Myamar( Burma),Laos, Cambodia and South Vietnam before flowing out into the South China Sea.The Mekong’s Vietnamese name, Cuu Long, means Nine Dragons for the nine mouths that terminate the flow of this great  river as it is absorbed by the sea.The people of south Vietnam are often very pround of the richness and vastness of this land.When referring to the rice fields in this area, they often say “ co bay thang canh” meaning the land is so large that the cranes can stretch their wings as they fly.Today, the region is one of Vietnam’s highest producer of rice crops,vegetables and fruits.


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