So you’ve always wanted to go to Vietnam? Now you have the chance to fulfill your dreams!
Asiatica and tripwolf are currently giving away an incredible tour of Vietnam.
The trip includes international flights & departure taxes, domestic flights, accommodation including breakfast, lunch or dinner (full list below) and a tour guide. With the help of the Asiatica team, you can also fully customize your trip.
Vietnam has a lot to offer and can be quite overwhelming when it comes to planning a tour of the country. Here is a list of the places you will see as you discover Vietnam from north to south on the 12-day trip.
Day 1: Arrival in Hanoi (D)
Get a first impression of Hanoi, one of Asia’s most charming cities with romantic tree-lined boulevards and colonial houses on a short electrical bus tour .
Day 2: City tour of Hanoi (B)
A full day to explore the political and cultural capital of Vietnam on foot, on two wheels and with all of your senses! You can visit some of the city’s major attractions such as the Museum of Ethnology, the Temple of Literature, Hoan Kiem Lake, or take a leisurely stroll through the famous Old Quarter. Taste some of the local food on the way and then wrap up the day with a delightful water puppet show.
Day 3: Off to Mai Chau (B, L)
Head for Mai Chau, a picturesque valley and home of many hill tribes. Take a walk around the rural village, chat with the friendly locals, visit typical stilt houses of Thai people and immerse yourself in the green of rice paddies far away from all the bustle of the big cities.
Day 4: Ninh Binh (B, L)
Drive to Ninh Binh, known as the “Halong Bay on earth” with spectacular sceneries of limestone mountains reflected in emerald water. Enjoy a relaxed trip on a rowing boat through the beautiful waterscape and then discover Hoa Lu – the Ancient Capital of Vietnam during the 10th century.
Day 5: Halong (B, L, D)
Here comes the highlight of the tour – a 2-day/- night cruise through the stunning landscape of the UNESCO World Heritage site Halong Bay – on a traditional wooden boat with a wide range of activities. Discover one of the numerous caves with their sparkling stalactites from thousand of years ago, go swimming, kayaking or visit the family of a local fisherman and take a cooking class. Read More »