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Tour code

AAV15

Duration

15 Days 14 Nights

Start

Finish

Age Range

Activity

Motorbike, Hiking, Kayaking, Swimming, Cycling,

Destination

Ho Chi Minh City, Mekong Delta, Hoi An, Phong Nha, Ha Noi, Ha Giang, Ha Long Bay.

Amazing Adventure Vietnam 15 Days

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Join Amazing Adventure Vietnam 15 days and get the ball rolling on this thrilling endeavor. 15 days to see all of the country's World Heritage Sites. In one trip, you can live like a local!

 

Start this exciting and Amazing Adventure Vietnam 15 days to see all of the country's World Heritage Sites. Find out about Hanoi's most famous sights and tastes. Take an overnight junk boat trip through Halong Bay to see how beautiful it is. Ha Giang loop will surprise you with a beautiful landscape. Ninh Binh is where you can find a lot of underground streams. Explore the amazing Phong Nha and Paradise Caves, which are two of Vietnam's most beautiful limestone caves. Walk through Hoi An Ancient Town's beautiful lantern-lit streets. See the important places in Ho Chi Minh City. Crawl through the famous tunnels of Cu Chi. Go on a day of exploring Ben Tre, which is in the Mekong Delta and is full of lush greenery and coconut trees. Yes, all best of Vietnam was included in Amazing Adventure Vietnam 15 days 14 nights.

 

What's Included

 

 Accommodations

Hotels (12 nights), sleeper train (1 night), junk boat (1 night).

 

 Meals

14 breakfasts, 11 lunches, 3 dinners, 2 street food

This tour offers Jain, Vegetarian, Vegan, Halal, and Kosher food options on request. Simply let our Customer Support team know the food option that you prefer.

 

 Transportation

Plane (Day 13: Hoi An – Ho Chi Minh), Train, air-conditioned bus, plane, motorbike, walking, boat.

 

 Entrance fees

Entrance and sightseeing tickets.

 

 Staff & experts

CEO (Chief Experience Officer) throughout, local guides.

 

What’s Not Included?

 

Your international flights from and to Vietnam, the entry visa to Vietnam, personal expenses, tips to guide and driver.




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Day 1: Arriver Hanoi

Guest's own tickets for arrival flight

At Hanoi's Noi Bai International Airport, your private guide and driver will meet you OUTSIDE the arrivals lounge and take you to your hotel downtown in about 45 minutes.

Please look for your tour guide, who will be holding up a sign with your names on it.

(Even though every effort is made to have your room ready when you arrive, check-in isn't until 2:00 pm to follow the hotel policy, and your room might not be ready before then. Your tour guide will give you more information about your stay, and you can ask any questions you have.)

In the late afternoon, you go on a culinary adventure to the Old Quarter to try some street food. It's a great chance to try all those strange and interesting foods you've seen but didn't know what they were. A good thing about this short trip is the local beer. Find an empty seat and do what the locals do: pull up a stool and have a drink while watching the world go by at Bia Hoi Corner.

As you walk through the narrow streets of the old quarter, your guide will point out a variety of tasty noodles, bread, and snacks. Don't forget to bring a camera so you can take some beautiful pictures of the nightlife in the area. Downtown Vietnam is a great place to not only walk but also eat street food. End the night with dessert from Hanoi’s best-known ice cream parlor before heading back to your hotel.

 

Overnight in Hanoi

Meal: street food tour

Day 2: Hanoi – Halong Bay

Breakfast is the best way to start the day, so make it enjoyable and nutritious. Your tour guide will then pick you up from your accommodation in the Hanoi Old Quarter at 8:00 am to take you to Quang Ninh province and Halong Bay. Take 15 to 20 minutes to relax before getting ready for one of your life's greatest adventures.

At 12:30, we will arrive at the harbor, where you can board the boat and begin your voyage with our amiable, knowledgeable, and skilled crew.

The lunch will be served to you as the boat travels on to our destination, passing by an almost unlimited number of islands and islets. Unquestionably a genuinely wonderful encounter.

You can head to the upper deck after your excellent meal to take in Halong Bay's grandeur in all of its natural, pure, magical, and beautiful manifestations.

Are you all set to join the activity? Let's kayak for an hour around the region of the floating community. If you don't like kayaking, don't worry, you can also swim.

When the time is up, you'll head back to the boat for a fun sundown party on the sundeck. Here, you may mingle with other tourists while listening to relaxing music and taking in the breathtaking splendor of Halong Bay.

Yes, this day has been great. There is no better way to cap it off than by indulging in a sumptuous dinner prepared by our chef. After that, you are free to do whatever you wish with your time, such as sing or just unwind.

 

Overnight on Halong Bay

Meal: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 3: Halong Bay – Hanoi

With a light breakfast of crisp toast, flavorful eggs, and a cup of enticing coffee or tea, you can start your day off right. When you're finished, you'll be prepared to embark on the day's main adventure: exploring the Cave.

Because it is the most stunning and alluring cave in Halong Bay, it is a remarkable destination. Your knowledgeable tour guide will talk you everything there is to know about it.

After then, the boat will continue crashing into numerous islands and islets, giving you a good perspective of Halong Bay's breathtaking splendor. Vietnam is the only country in the world where such a site exists!

Do you want to attend a cooking class? One of the regional specialties, delectable deep-fried spring rolls, will be one of the recipes you learn to make from our chef. You must do it to really appreciate it!

Later, as you have a delicious lunch, we'll cruise back to the pier. After that, it will be time to disembark and bid the boat crew farewell.

We'll bus you to Hanoi. The bus will drop you off at your hotel.

 

Overnight in Hanoi

Meal: Breakfast, lunch

Day 4: Hanoi – Ha Giang

After you have breakfast, let's check out your hotel and leave your bags there.

Today, on the back of a Russian Minsk motorcycle, you will experience Hanoi with a great router. This extraordinary journey will take you inside Hanoi's real-life museums, providing you with a deep understanding of the city's culture and people. Explore Hanoi's many districts, major sights, local markets, and stunning urban farmland on an island with the help of your knowledgeable guides (who will also serve as your drivers). Your guides will take you to some of Hanoi's best-kept secrets and to the best street food vendors in the city. Motorbike trip? It may sound dangerous, but rest assured that your drivers are polite, kind, and well-trained professionals who will keep you safe at all times.

Note: If you and your family aren't into riding motorcycles, you may always go for an open-air Jeep from the period of war instead.

In the morning, you will be picked up from the hotel lobby by your guides (who will also be driving), and following a short safety lecture, they will ride as pillion passengers on Russian-made 150cc bikes from 1952. While you ride through the city, your guides will point out interesting landmarks and tell you all about their hometown.

You'll need to navigate a maze of narrow, winding streets to reach the black market, your first stop. Learn about the welcoming culture of the area's inhabitants.

Keep whizzing through the alleys and side streets. You're going to a local resident's residence to meet an elderly lady and listen to her life tales.

Walk to a squished section of houses, where the train track serves as a divider between the two sides of the road. Your tour guides have arranged for you to be here at precisely the right time to view a Reunification Express train. This is a picture-perfect opportunity.

On the way back to the city, your driver will take you by the beautiful colonial buildings of the French Quarter. The French-style villas, the Vietnam History Museum, the Metropole Legend Hotel, and the Opera House will all pass before your eyes.

Explore the narrow lanes and winding alleys of Hanoi's Old Quarter (opposite the French Quarter). You get to safely see the city's layout as you are guided around the thousands of scooters in the streets. The best of Hanoi's cuisine, from family heirlooms and secret recipe dishes to local specialties and specialties, may be tasted in a variety of authentic restaurants and street food vendors.

Leave the city behind and head toward the beautiful Long Bien Bridge, which was built over a century ago by the French to span the Red River.

Banana Island, or Bai Giua, is a 24-hectare island in the middle of the Red River that may be reached by a bridge. A steel stairway descends from the middle of the bridge to an island where a lush forest of banana, papaya, and guava trees is punctuated by the cloudy white flowers of wild reeds. Many fishermen have found safe haven on the island that was produced by warp because of the river's plentiful water. There are no highways in the area, only dirt tracks that wind around the various gardens and trees. It's a far cry from the bustling city life you left behind.

The trip will end with a visit to a secret cafe for a cup of egg coffee you won't want to miss.

At about noon, your guides will return you to your hotel, where you can say your goodbyes. The short city tour has come to a close.

Afternoon

You have a transfer from Hanoi to Ha Giang at 16:00. So, you are free to do whatever you like for the rest of the time. Take another stroll through the Old Quarter's quaint side streets or shop for something. Don't forget to come back to the hotel before 15:30 to prepare to get the limousine van to Ha Giang.

Arriver Ha Giang about 22:00 - 22:30. Overnight at your homestay.

 

Overnight in Ha Giang

Meal: Breakfast

Day 5: Ha Giang – Yen Minh – Dong Van

After breakfast at your homestay, we'll load the bikes and head out for the next leg of our journey. Before heading to the Dong Van district, we'll give you some information. Then it's time to fetch your motorcycle and ride about for the rest of the day.

The road takes you to Bac Sum Pass and up to Heaven Gate, where you can admire the stunning scenery of the twin mountains and Tam Son town. We'll stop for lunch before continuing up the mountain road. The route you follow will take you through a beautiful valley, jungle, and distant communities. We'll be stopping regularly for photos and rest stops on our approach to our homestay in Thong Nguyen, a Dzao minority settlement.

After a day of breathtaking landscape, arrive at Dong Van late in the afternoon and have a typical Vietnamese supper. Evenings are free and relaxed before a new day of excursions.

The following are the highlights of the day: Bac Sun pass, Quan Ba Heaven gate, Quan Ba Twin Mountains, Can Ty pass, Tham Ma pass, and The Hmong King's palace.

 

Overnight in Dong Van

Meal: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 6: Dong Van – Ma Pi Leng pass – Du Gia Village

Our journey to the "King" of Vietnam's mountain passes, the Ma Pi Leng Pass, begins with our departure from Dong Van Town in the morning. Its peak at a height of 2,000 meters is renowned for its sheer cliffs and breathtaking views. The Sky Path provides a 360-degree view of Ma Pi Leng Pass, and it can be reached by driving through the pass and occasionally stopping to photograph the best views. While most individuals never approach the Nho Que beyond the mountain pass,! You will never forget the experience of boating along turquoise waterways while being awed by the mountains above. We will continue driving through Meo Vac, Mau Due, and Lung Ho, where we will stop for lunch. We depart in the late afternoon and travel through the majestic mountains to our remote homestay in Du Gia, which is surrounded by beautiful rice paddies. In the evening, you dine at a local homestay and make new acquaintances.

 

Overnight in Du Gia Village

Meal: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 7: Du Gia Village – Ha Giang – Hanoi

You can purchase a cloth bag or other souvenir accessories. After going past Quan Ba, the mountain Nui Doi will be visible. On our way back to Ha Giang city, we pass over the Sky Gate and Bac Sum Pass in the early afternoon. We will return to Ha Giang around 4 p.m. to 4:30 PM, you’ll get a Comfort mini Van back to Hanoi, arriving in the Hanoi Old Quarter around 10:30 PM.

 

Overnight in Hanoi

Meal: Breakfast, lunch

Day 8: Hanoi – Ninh Binh

Morning

After breakfast and check-out, you are picked up by your guide and driver and driven to Ninh Binh's breathtaking mountain beauty. Ninh Binh, located just 2 hours from Hanoi, has remained relatively unspoiled, boasting breathtaking limestone karst landscapes and Vietnamese abundance of underground streams and grottos.

You will experience the Trang An eco-tourism complex (the third Unesco World Heritage site on your itinerary) and its breathtaking karst landscapes, complete with hidden grottoes, towering peaks, and peaceful streams, upon arrival. Take a sampan through Trang An's amazing network of caves, arches, and grottos, including Sang Cave, Toi Cave, Ba Giot Cave, and Sinh Cave.

Afternoon

After lunch, you will continue your tour of Hoa Lu, the location of 11th-century Vietnam's Ancient Capital. As a result of millennia of erosion, the crumbling remains have been practically absorbed by the stunning surroundings, producing a magical aura that is certain to captivate your imagination.

Explore the history of the last two temples of the Dinh and Le Emperors upon arrival. The temples were restored in the 17th century, but it is thought that they were constructed on the ancient foundations of the 11th and 12th-century palaces.

Take a leisurely bike ride in the area, passing by limestone karsts and gorgeous landscapes as you ride down backroads. Arrive at Mua Cave Mountain, where a short climb leads to a breathtaking overlook with a breathtaking view of the Ngo Dong River below, which winds around the high mountains.

End of the tour, the driver drops you off at your boutique resort at Tam Coc. This is a sanctuary that allows you to escape the bustle of the city in the midst of some of the world's most breathtaking surroundings.

 

Overnight in Ninh Binh

Meal: Breakfast, lunch

Day 9: Ninh Binh – Quang Binh

Morning

After breakfast and check-out, you will be transferred to Ninh Binh Railway station in order to board the day train to Dong Hoi. The nine-hour train journey will be spent in a soft sleeper cabin with air conditioning and four beds.

 

Evening

Upon arriving in Dong Hoi, your private guide and driver will meet you at the railway station exit and bring you to your bungalow, where you will spend two enchanting nights.

 

Overnight in Quang Binh

Meal: Breakfast,

Day 10: Phong Nha National Park

Along the trek, you can see untouched jungles and caves and learn about the wildlife and the area. You'll walk along the original trails used by Ho Chi Minh. In the deepest part of Tra Ang cave, you can see nothing but darkness. You will go swimming in one of Phong Nha's most beautiful river caves. Enjoy kayaking on the Tra Ang river while our porters serve you a delicious BBQ lunch. The hike to Tra Ang valley is easy enough for anyone to do. The day begins with a trip to the amazing Paradise Cave, which is a must-see in the National Park. Take in the beauty of the cave while our tour guide tells you about the interesting rock formations.

The tour continues with a stop at the War Martyr Memorial and 8 Ladies Cave. Eight people were stuck in this cave when it was bombed. Let our guides tell you the whole story and you can find out about some of Vietnam's history and customs. For this visit, please wear clothes that cover your knees and shoulders.

Tra Ang Cave is the best part of the trip. After a short walk through the jungle, our porters will make you a BBQ lunch in an unspoiled area. After lunch, you can swim in the clear water of Hang Tra Ang for fun and relaxation. After a short climb up some limestone rocks, you'll reach the cool water of Tra Ang Cave, where you can start the 600-meter swim into the cave's deepest parts.

After you swim through Tra Ang Cave, our guides will lead you to the road. Here, your driver will be waiting for you with a cold beer or soda and a ride home.

 

Overnight in Quang Binh

Meal: Breakfast, lunch

Day 11: Quang Binh – Hoi An

You will have the whole morning at your leisure. Breakfast will be served at the bungalow. Check out of the room at about 9:00 and get a private car to move to Hoi An Old Town. The rest of the evening will be yours at leisure. 

 

Overnight in Hoi An

Meal: Breakfast

Day 12: Hoi An – Local Village and Foot Tour

Morning

You'll be picked up from your hotel in the morning and taken on an easy bike ride to a nearby fishing village along the Thu Bon River. There is a short cycling skills exam that will be administered to ensure your safety. Anyone who feels uncomfortable riding a bicycle can instead take a private car.

Travel at a leisurely speed via rural backroads and stop to watch farmers tending to their rice fields using techniques that have changed little over the years. To get to the other side of the palm groves, bridges, and water buffalo pastures, you'll need to get on your bike.

Stop with a local family in Cam Thanh Village, then take a walkable 1.5-hour boat trip through the Water Coconut Palm Forest on a traditional basket boat (round boat). Spend your time in the Canal learning to sail a basket boat and fishing for fish and "purple crabs."

Keep pedaling until you reach Tra Que Organic Vegetable Village, where an abundance of veggies is grown for distribution in the surrounding area. Once you get to the hamlet, you will be shown the environment-friendly techniques that the local villagers have widely used for generations and continue to use in the present day.

Visit a local family after a day of farming to relax with a foot massage and herbal foot bath. At the end of the day, you'll take a break from your travels by returning via horseback to your hotel. In the afternoon, we will be going on a walking and eating trip.

 

Afternoon

Tour highlights include the Chua Ong Pagoda, Tan Ky Ancient House, Fujian Assembly Hall, and the Japanese Covered Bridge, all of which may be seen in the Ancient Quarter of Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Visit the Precious Heritage Museum, which houses Réhahn's Precious Heritage Collection, for more of its permanent display. The collection will take you to the most remote regions of Vietnam and reveal the intricate cultural fabric of the country's ethnic minorities.

Visiting the Reaching Out Tea House, owned and maintained by mute and deaf people, is the highlight of the day. The tea house is a peaceful haven in the heart of the Old District, otherwise full of noise and activity. In this establishment, you can expect to be served wonderful Eastern-style tea and tasty sweets.

 

It's time to start exploring Hoi An's delicious street food. You'll get to eat at stalls frequented by locals and savor the region's cuisine alongside them as your guide leads you through the maze of narrow streets. At 4 o'clock every day, the streets of Hoi An are flooded with dozens of merchants hawking anything from fresh fruit to grilled pork. The street food tour is a fantastic way to get a taste of some of the local specialties like Banh Mi, meet the people who prepare them, and see how the natives of Hoi An organize their condiment trays.

 

Overnight in Hoi An

Meal: Breakfast, lunch, street foot

Day 13: Hoi An – Ho Chi Minh

Enjoy your breakfast. Let’s walk the ancient streets of Hoi An, lined with Chinese traders’ homes and wooden houses reincarnated as restaurants, cafés, and outlets for local artists, craftsmen, and tailors.

After check-out, transfer to Da Nang airport for the flight to Ho Chi Minh. The drive will pick you up at the airport and transfer to the hotel.

Afternoon, a short tour will take you to visit Cu Chi tunnels. A legendary place in the Vietnam war. You really can not believe that people can live like this in the damp cellar and this little road during the later years of the Vietnam War. This trip offers a unique insight into the ingenuity behind the fighters, and a glimpse of underground life during the war. Take beautiful photos before returning to ho Chi Minh city.

 

Overnight in Ho Chi Minh

Meal: Breakfast

Day 14: Ho Chi Minh – Mekong Delta

Morning

After breakfast, your guide and driver will transport you to Ben Tre Town in the Mekong Delta, which is renowned for its large rice fields, numerous canals, and magnificent sceneries, along picturesque rural roads. This region, known as the "rice bowl" of Vietnam, provides the majority of the country's fruit, rice, sugar cane, and coconuts.

After a two-hour journey through verdant farmland, you will arrive in Ben Tre, where you will go on a motorized boat tour through the coconut forest's small channels. During the boat voyage, you will stop at local cottage enterprises to observe how bricks and sleeping mats are woven by hand. Discover the craft that has been passed down through centuries.

Take a stroll through the village lanes, stopping at local homes to sample fresh fruits and honey tea while hearing a Tai Tu music performance. Continue to another workshop where coconut candies and a variety of coconut husk and fiber products are manufactured by hand.

Take a small sampan through palm-fringed back canals, sailing calmly over secluded rivers surrounded by a vast array of tropical vegetation. The tranquil, rural location is a refreshing and therapeutic escape from the frantic bustle of HCM City, which appears to be in the distance.

Enjoy meeting locals while riding at the back of a Motor Cart (xe lôi) around rural hamlets, rice fields, coconut trees, and luscious orchard farms.

 

Afternoon

After completing the sightseeing trip, your guide will take you to a riverbank restaurant for lunch featuring regional specialties, before returning you to the pier and transporting you back to Ho Chi Minh City.

This evening, you are free to visit the night market to sample authentic local cuisine or simply relax at the hotel.

 

Overnight in Ho Chi Minh

Meal: Breakfast, lunch

 

Day 15: Ho Chi Minh vity – Departure

After breakfast, your private transfer will pick you up at the hotel and take you to Ho Chi Minh International Airport, where you may catch a flight back home or on to your next exciting destination (which we will gladly assist you in arranging).

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Visas and Entry Requirements

All countries require a valid passport (with a minimum of 6 months validity). For the most up-to-date visa requirements, call your local embassy or consulate or talk with us. It is up to you to make sure that you have the right travel documents. Whether or not you need a visa for your trip depends on where you come from and where you are going. We try to keep the information below as up-to-date as we can, but rules do change, and sometimes without notice. Even though we give you the following information in good faith, it is very important that you check it for yourself and know that you are in charge of your own visa needs.

 

Let's use our guide to make it easy to get a Vietnam visa. Here

 

VIETNAM: If you need a visa for Vietnam, you need to get one before your trip. You can't get one immediately when you get there because it takes processing time. If you are going to enter Vietnam through a land border, you will need to apply for a regular Vietnam visa. The Vietnam E-Visa is not accepted at many of the land borders we cross.

What to Take

What you need to bring depends on the trip you choose and the countries or regions you plan to visit. Since you have to carry your own bags, we suggest that you pack as little as possible. As a general rule, we try to make sure you don't have to walk with your bags for more than 15 to 20 minutes. This is why we suggest keeping the weight of your bags between 10-15kg/22-30lb. On Amazing trips, you shouldn't bring a suitcase. Most travelers bring a small to medium-sized backpack or rolling bag (please, no XXL ones!) because they need to fit under the beds on sleeper trains. You will also need a day pack or bag to carry water, cameras, and other electronics like iPods and cell phones.

Laundry

Some of our hotels have laundry rooms that cost extra. There will be times when you want to or have to do your own laundry, so we recommend that you bring soap that doesn't harm the environment and doesn't build up in the water.

Money Exchange

Since currency exchange rates in Asia change often, you should check www.xe.com every day for the most up-to-date rates. There are a lot of ATMs that take both Visa and Mastercard, but most of them are only in big cities. Most transactions are done with US dollars, and we recommend that you bring small unmarked notes in USD. Some shops will use credit cards, but there may be a 2-4% fee for the transaction.

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Vietnam Visa

Vietnam Visa, how to get it? This is the first question that most travelers find information on before booking a flight to Vietnam. And this is a detailed guide for getting Vietnam Visa before starting the trip.

 

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Ha Giang Travel Guide

Ha Giang Travel Guide

Ha Giang is a remote province in the far north of the country. It is a border province and an official Frontier Area. When you visit this province, it's like going back in time and seeing some of the most rugged and beautiful parts of Vietnam. It has beautiful karst mountains, steep mountain passes, winding roads, and villages that are often covered in fog. A lot of different ethnic minorities live in the province and still keep their traditional culture and way of life. In remote areas, you can have an experience like no other. The different cultures and beautiful, unique landscapes are still pure and real. The best way to see Ha Giang is on a two-wheeled road trip, where you can take in the beauty of the landscape and the vibe of the small towns and minority villages.

 

 

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