Vietnam in Style

Vietnam in Style

12 Days / 11 Nights Hanoi to Saigon or Vice Versa

Price from$5,646

• Hanoi • Halong Bay cruise • Hoa Lu Tam Coc Caves • Hoi An • Hue • Ho Chi Minh City • Mekong Delta

Stay in some of the finest accommodations in the country as you discover the exoticness of this vast country in our Vietnam In Style package. Drive through rural northern Vietnam to the site of Vietnam's first capital, Hoa Lu. After visiting the two remaining sanctuaries of the ancient citadel, take a sampan on a river through the rice paddies to the grottoes of the sacred Tam Coc Caves. Enormous limestone karsts jut out from the green rice fields giving rise to this place's other name, 'Halong on Land'. In Hanoi, you will see French influences all over the streets and admire the beautiful scene of Halong Bay on a boat ride. In Central Vietnam, venture in the forbidden city of Hue. Enjoy an overnight cruise on the Mekong Delta where you can sample the culinary delights of the floating market.

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Day 1: Hanoi Arrival On arrival into Hanoi you will be met by your English speaking guide and transferred to your hotel. (The regular check-in time for all hotels is 2.00 pm. Early check-in is not included).

Overnight at: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel - Premium Room

Day 2: Hanoi Full Day City Tour with Old Quarter Cyclo Ride (B,L) Explore the charming city of Hanoi, often referred to as the 'Paris of the East', with its yellow ochre colonial buildings, tree-lined boulevards and scenic lakes. Visit the historic Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, an imposing monument of marble and granite built to house the preserved body of beloved Vietnam leader Ho Chi Minh, affectionately known to the Vietnamese as "Uncle Ho". Visit the One Pillar Pagoda, a Buddhist temple built in 1049 of wood in the shape of a lotus blossom and set on a single stone pillar. Continue on to Ho Chi Minh's House nearby, a simple wooden house in a tranquil setting where Ho Chi Minh lived and worked. Some of his belongings are on display and visitors can walk up the steps to see his bedroom. Next, visit the Temple of Literature, Vietnam's first national university built in the late 11th century. The picturesque temple is an example of well-preserved traditional Vietnamese architecture and is featured on the back of the 100,000 Vietnamese banknote.

Lunch at local restaurant

In the afternoon, visit the fascinating Museum of Ethnology (closed on Mondays) which houses an extensive collection of traditional costumes and artefacts from Vietnam's 54 ethnic minority groups. Drive back to central Hanoi for a 1hr cyclo tour through the famed Old Quarter known for its '36 streets of 36 wares' named after the original 36 artisan guilds that date as far back as the 13th century. Explore the fascinating maze of back streets, fronted by narrow houses known as "tunnel" or "tube houses", built to avoid taxes based on the width of their frontage onto the street, a wonderfully eclectic glimpse into Hanoi street life. Conclude the day by watching an entertaining water puppet performance, a uniquely northern Vietnamese art form said to have originated in the flooded rice fields of the Red River Delta. The show uses colourful wooden puppets to depict scenes of rural life and episodes of national history set to music.

Overnight at: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel - Premium Room

Day 3: Hanoi (B,D) Travel to the photogenic Red River Delta village of Tho Ha via a 45 minute drive from Hanoi and a short ferry across the Cau River. The Red River Delta is an agriculturally rich area producing 20% of Vietnam's rice crop. Despite the increasing industrialization of the area, the village of Tho Ha has remained mostly unaffected by modern development. A visit here presents an authentic portrait of a typical Vietnamese village with some of the homes dating back more than a century. Visit the 17th century Tho Ha Pagoda with its triple gate, belfry, and forecourt carved with dragons, clouds, and flowers. Enjoy a conversation with one of the local residents to gain insights into life in the village before returning to Hanoi.

Eating on the street is a very typical activity for Hanoians and makes up an important part of the city's unique culture. This evening take a leisurely walk with your tour guide to the Old Quarter. Chit-chat with your guide to get an insight of street food in Hanoi & the typical culinary habits. Make a first stop at a local coffee shop to try the local brew. Spend the evening trying all sorts of traditional and popular dishes throughout your tour. Later head to Dong Xuan night market which is well known for all types of goods including souvenirs. Try your hand at bargaining for a good deal before heading off to Beer Corner in the old corner to try a cold glass of Bia Hoi (fresh draft beer) like a local.

Overnight at: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel - Premium Room

Day 4: Hanoi > Halong Bay (B,L,D) Embark on a 3.5 hour drive to Halong Bay with a quick rest stop at Hong Ngoc Center - the best place to stop and stretch your legs en route. On arrival in Halong Bay, board your deluxe junk, settle into your cabin and prepare your appetite for an enjoyable lunch on deck. Mid-afternoon you will visit the mysterious atmosphere of Tien Ong cave, adorned with stalactites and stalagmites, then continue to the Cua Van fishing village, the largest community on the bay. This will allow a closer look into the lives of local fishermen before you transfer to a bamboo boat and are rowed slowly through the village with a museum and a school among floating houses. Back to the boat, a cooking class is offered with the chef if you are interested. Or enjoy sunset cocktails and canapes on up top deck before being served a wonderful dinner on board tonight.

Overnight on board Boat Violet Junk - Suite

Day 5: Halong Bay > Hanoi > Danang > Hoi An (B) Wake up early and partake in a Tai Chi class which is held on the upper deck. Visit Soi Sim Island, here you can relax in azure water of Halong Bay or enjoy over 200 steps to the up top for panoramic view of the whole bay. Back to the boat for boarding before cruising towards the shore while brunch is served. Prepare your luggage and hand your key to the reception for check out.

Arrive at the jetty late morning and transfer back to Hanoi. En route visit Thanh Chuong Palace, the home and studio of Thanh Chuong who is one of the most celebrated painters in Vietnam today is an architectural gem showcasing Vietnamese traditional cultural objects and structures. A living space rather than a museum which showcases Vietnamese archaeology, art, history and other culture values. Have lunch here before exploring the monuments at this fascinating museum. Transfer to Hanoi Airport for your flight to Danang.

On arrival, you will be met at the airport by your English speaking guide and transferred to your hotel in Hoi An.

Overnight at: Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa - Deluxe Ocean View Room

Day 6: Hoi An Walking Tour (B,L) Between the 17th and 19th centuries, Hoi An was a prosperous trading port. Today, this World Heritage-listed ancient town boasts well-preserved buildings, pedestrianised streets and unique cuisine, allowing visitors a glimpse of its illustrious past. The narrow lanes are ideal for a guided walking tour. There is plenty to visit including the old merchant's houses with influences from Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese architecture; the 400-year-old Japanese Covered Bridge; the Assembly Hall of the Chaozhou Chinese Congregation with outstanding wood carvings; and the colourful market with stalls brimming with local specialties including silk, which can be turned into fashionable garments within a day or two.

Enjoy lunch at local restaurant.

Lanterns, the simple yet colourful item is now an essential part of Hoi An culture. The lantern is inspired and hand-made by local artisans and is meant to bring good fortune. It has really made a comeback by an experienced artisan - Mr. Huynh Van Ba who is now in his 80's. Engage in a casual talk to him for a brief introduction to the history, shape, and colour of the lanterns as well as the stages of production. Try creating your own lantern and take it home as a souvenir.

Overnight at: Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa - Deluxe Ocean View Room

Day 7: Hoi An (B) Full day at leisure to relax on the beach or have clothes tailored in Hoi An Town.

Overnight at: Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa - Deluxe Ocean View Room

Day 8: Hoi An > Danang > Hue (B) Depart for a 3.5 hour drive over the Hai Van Pass and enjoy a spectacular panorama of the central coastline from its summit. Upon arrival in Danang, transfer to the ancient town of Hoi An with a stopover at the Cham Museum, which is home to the best collection of the Cham ruins dating back to the 2nd to 15th century. The objects on display represent the architecture and sculptures of the Hindu-influenced ancient civilization of Champa. A researcher on Cham sculptures and architecture will accompany you. Continue to Hue.

Overnight at: La Residence Hue Hotel & Spa - Deluxe River View Room

Day 9: Hue (B, L,D) Hue served as an imperial capital to the Nguyen Lords, a feudal dynasty which reigned from the 17th to the 19th century. With splendid emperors' tombs, ancient pagodas and the remains of the Citadel, the city retains its royal charm. Start from your hotel with a 10 minute cyclo ride from your hotel to the Imperial Citadel, a UNESCO listed site. Enter through the towering main gate and you will appreciate the magnificent architecture and gardens while your guide explains about the events and the intrigue of the former royal court. Despite being bombed heavily, there are some incredibly well preserved sections still intact and others which are being lovingly restored. From there, vehicle will take you to visit Thien Mu pagoda, Hue's best-preserved religious monument. Standing on the riverbank with its seven-storey tower, the pagoda is a sight to behold.

Enjoy lunch at Ancient Hue restaurant.

This afternoon, drive out 30 minutes to the elaborate Khai Dinh Royal Tomb. Its architecture and atmosphere showcase elements of eastern art and western designs. Continue to the serene Tu Duc Royal Tomb, designed to blend in with its natural surroundings and built on principles of feng-shui. Transfer back to your hotel with an optional stop en route at an incense stick making house.

Princess Ngoc Son was a daughter of Emperor Dong Khanh - when she married, her father granted her the land to build a home. Today, it is one of the best garden houses and has been maintained largely in its original form. The house is a classic structure with three bays and two wings. The highlight is a small artificial rock garden. The present owner also has a fascinating collection of artifacts and mementos from the days of the former Royal Empire. Enjoy a traditional Hue specialties prepared by the family at their historical home while you unearth Hue's fascinating past.

Overnight at: La Residence Hue Hotel & Spa - Deluxe River View Room

Day 10: Hue > Saigon (B) Transfer to the airport for your flight to Saigon. On arrival in Saigon you will be met by your English speaking guide and transferred to your hotel.(The regular check-in time for all hotels is 2.00 pm. Early check-in is not included).

Despite all the hustle and bustle, Saigon retains its connections with the past. Today, discover the real Saigon like a local on the back of an old style vintage Vespa. Enjoy a ride behind your driver passing by the city's historic landmarks including the Opera House, Notre Dame Cathedral and Central Post Office. Cruising further, head to China town to visit Francis Xavier Church and the Thien Hau pagoda.

*Note: Clients ride as passenger behind an experienced driver.

Overnight at: Park Hyatt Hotel - Park Room City View

Day 11: Saigon > Ben Tre > My Tho > Cho Lach (B,L,D) At 8.00 am, depart for a 1.5 hour drive from Saigon to Ben Tre, situated in the Delta of the Mekong River. Upon arrival at Ham Luong river, board your private charming Mango Cruise. Your luggage will be brought to your cabin, while you enjoy a refreshing welcome drink on the deck and meet the crew members. The cruise will take you to Phong Nam village in Giong Trom, where you will take a rowing sampan boat through the small canals, which are covered green by the water coconut plants. Stop at a local house to taste the tropical fruits and chat with the farmer. Visit the rice noodle factory before starting your bike trip around the village. Then return to your boat to enjoy lunch before continuing to Thoi Loc village, Cho Lach District. On the way we will stop for a visit at the floating fish farm and experience the local river culture. In the evening, relax and enjoy your cruise then prepare for your cooking demonstration and enjoy your dinner. Overnight on board on the Upper River at Thoi Loc village.

Overnight on board Mango Cruise

Day 12: Thoi Loc > Cai Be > Saigon Departure (B) Get up early in the morning to visit Tra On floating market before heading to Can Tho. Stop at the spectacular Cai Rang floating market, where you will transfer to a smaller boat and mingle amongst the thousands of trading vessels. Feel free to buy yourself fruit or drinks from the local boats. After the market visit, return to your Mango Cruise, and soak in your surroundings, before being dropped off at Ninh Kieu quay in Can Tho, and preparing for your onward trip back to Saigon. Transfer to Saigon Airport for your onward flight.

Reverse Itinerary

Day 1: Saigon Arrival (D) On arrival into Saigon you will be met by your English speaking guide and transferred to your hotel. (The regular check-in time for all hotels is 2.00 pm. Early check-in is not included).

Despite all the hustle and bustle, Saigon retains its connections with the past. Today, discover the real Saigon like a local on the back of an old style vintage Vespa. Enjoy a ride behind your driver passing by the city's historic landmarks including the Opera House, Notre Dame Cathedral and Central Post Office. Cruising further, head to China town to visit Francis Xavier Church and the Thien Hau pagoda.

*Note: Clients ride as passenger behind an experienced driver. (Minimum 2 people required for tour to operate)

Overnight at: Park Hyatt Hotel - Park Room City View

Day 2: Saigon > Ben Tre > My Tho > an Hoa > Cho Lach (B,L,D) At 8.00 am, depart for a 1.5 hour drive from Saigon to Ben Tre, situated in the Delta of the Mekong River. Upon arrival, you will board your Mango cruise boat at Mango Pier (You will be transferred from Hung Vuong Pier to Mango Pier if you cruise with the Lily May) and head to An Hoa canals. Upon boarding your private sampan, your luggage will be brought to your cabin, while you enjoy a refreshing welcome cocktail on the deck while meeting your crew members and enjoying the scenery and fresh air from the water.

The cruise will take you to Phong Nam village in Giong Trom, where you will take a rowing sampan boat through the small canals, which are covered green by the water coconut plants. Stop at a local house to taste the tropical fruits and chat with the farmer. Visit the rice noodle factory before starting your bike trip around the village. Then return to your boat to enjoy the lunch before continuing to cruise to Thoi Loc village, Cho Lach District. On the way we will stop for a visit at the floating fish farm and experience the local river culture. In the evening, relax and enjoy your cruise then prepare for your cooking demonstration while enjoying your dinner.

Overnight on board Mango Cruise

Day 3: Thoi Loc > Cai Be > Saigon > Danang > Hoi An (B) Get up early in the morning to visit Tra On floating market before heading to Can Tho. Stop at the spectacular Cai Rang floating market, where you will transfer to a smaller boat and mingle amongst the thousands of trading vessels. Feel free to buy yourself fruit or drinks from the local boats. After the market visit, return to your Mango Cruise, and soak in your surroundings, before being dropped off at Ninh Kieu quay in Can Tho, and preparing for your onward trip back to Saigon. Transfer to Saigon Airport for your flight to Danang.

On arrival, you will be met at the airport by your English speaking guide and transferred to your hotel in Hoi An.

Overnight at: Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa - Deluxe Ocean View Room

Day 4: Hoi An Walking Tour (B,L) Between the 17th and 19th centuries, Hoi An was a prosperous trading port. Today, this World Heritage-listed ancient town boasts well-preserved buildings, pedestrianised streets and unique cuisine, allowing visitors a glimpse of its illustrious past. The narrow lanes are ideal for a guided walking tour. There is plenty to visit including the old merchant's houses with influences from Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese architecture; the 400-year-old Japanese Covered Bridge; the Assembly Hall of the Chaozhou Chinese Congregation with outstanding wood carvings; and the colourful market with stalls brimming with local specialties including silk, which can be turned into fashionable garments within a day or two.

Enjoy lunch at local restaurant.

Lanterns, the simple yet colourful item is now an essential part of Hoi An culture. The lantern is inspired and hand-made by local artisans and is meant to bring good fortune. It is really made a comeback by an experienced artisan - Mr. Huynh Van Ba who is now in his 80's. Engage in a casual talk to him for a brief introduction to the history, shape, and colour of the lanterns as well as the stages of production. Try creating your own lantern and take it home as a souvenir.

Overnight at: Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa - Deluxe Ocean View Room

Day 5: Hoi An (B) Full day at leisure to relax on the beach or have clothes tailored in Hoi An Town.

Overnight at: Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa - Deluxe Ocean View Room

Day 6: Hoi An > Danang > Hue (B) Depart for a 3.5 hour drive over the Hai Van Pass and enjoy a spectacular panorama of the central coastline from its summit. Upon arrival in Danang, transfer to the ancient town of Hoi An with a stopover at the Cham Museum, which is home to the best collection of the Cham ruins dating back to the 2nd to 15th century. The objects on display represent the architecture and sculptures of the Hindu-influenced ancient civilization of Champa. A researcher on Cham sculptures and architecture will accompany you. Continue to Hue.

Overnight at: La Residence Hue Hotel & Spa - Deluxe River View Room

Day 7: Hue (B, L,D) Hue served as an imperial capital to the Nguyen Lords, a feudal dynasty which reigned from the 17th to the 19th century. With splendid emperors' tombs, ancient pagodas and the remains of the Citadel, the city retains its royal charm. Start from your hotel with a 10 minute cyclo ride from your hotel to the Imperial Citadel, a UNESCO listed site. Enter through the towering main gate and you will appreciate the magnificent architecture and gardens while your guide explains about the events and the intrigue of the former royal court. Despite being bombed heavily, there are some incredibly well preserved sections still intact and others which are being lovingly restored. From there, vehicle will take you to visit Thien Mu pagoda, Hue's best-preserved religious monument. Standing on the riverbank with its seven-storey tower, the pagoda is a sight to behold.

Enjoy lunch at Ancient Hue restaurant.

This afternoon, drive out 30 minutes to the elaborate Khai Dinh Royal Tomb. Its architecture and atmosphere showcase elements of eastern art and western designs. Continue to the serene Tu Duc Royal Tomb, designed to blend in with its natural surroundings and built on principles of feng-shui. Transfer back to your hotel with an optional stop en route at an incense stick making house.

Princess Ngoc Son was a daughter of Emperor Dong Khanh - when she married, her father granted her the land to build a home. Today, it is one of the best garden houses and has been maintained largely in its original form. The house is a classic structure with three bays and two wings. The highlight is a small artificial rock garden. The present owner also has a fascinating collection of artifacts and mementos from the days of the former Royal Empire. Enjoy a traditional Hue specialties prepared by the family at their historical home while you unearth Hue's fascinating past.

Overnight at: La Residence Hue Hotel & Spa - Deluxe River View Room

Day 8: Hue > Hanoi (B) Transfer to the airport for your flight to Hanoi. On arrival in Saigon you will be met by your English speaking guide and transferred to your hotel.(The regular check-in time for all hotels is 2.00 pm. Early check-in is not included).

Overnight at: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel - Premium Room

Day 9: Hanoi Full Day City Tour with Old Quarter Cyclo Ride (B,L) Explore the charming city of Hanoi, often referred to as the 'Paris of the East', with its yellow ochre colonial buildings, tree-lined boulevards and scenic lakes. Visit the historic Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, an imposing monument of marble and granite built to house the preserved body of beloved Vietnam leader Ho Chi Minh, affectionately known to the Vietnamese as "Uncle Ho". Visit the One Pillar Pagoda, a Buddhist temple built in 1049 of wood in the shape of a lotus blossom and set on a single stone pillar. Continue on to Ho Chi Minh's House nearby, a simple wooden house in a tranquil setting where Ho Chi Minh lived and worked. Some of his belongings are on display and visitors can walk up the steps to see his bedroom. Next, visit the Temple of Literature, Vietnam's first national university built in the late 11th century. The picturesque temple is an example of well-preserved traditional Vietnamese architecture and is featured on the back of the 100,000 Vietnamese banknote.

Lunch at local restaurant

In the afternoon, visit the fascinating Museum of Ethnology (closed on Mondays) which houses an extensive collection of traditional costumes and artefacts from Vietnam's 54 ethnic minority groups. Drive back to central Hanoi for a 1hr cyclo tour through the famed Old Quarter known for its '36 streets of 36 wares' named after the original 36 artisan guilds that date as far back as the 13th century. Explore the fascinating maze of back streets, fronted by narrow houses known as "tunnel" or "tube houses", built to avoid taxes based on the width of their frontage onto the street, a wonderfully eclectic glimpse into Hanoi street life. Conclude the day by watching an entertaining water puppet performance, a uniquely northern Vietnamese art form said to have originated in the flooded rice fields of the Red River Delta. The show uses colourful wooden puppets to depict scenes of rural life and episodes of national history set to music.

Overnight at: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel - Premium Room

Day 10: Hanoi (B,D) Travel to the photogenic Red River Delta village of Tho Ha via a 45min drive from Hanoi and a short ferry across the Cau River. The Red River Delta is an agriculturally rich area producing 20% of Vietnam's rice crop. Despite the increasing industrialization of the area, the village of Tho Ha has remained mostly unaffected by modern development. Walk through the village's narrow terracotta-tiled alleyways, a reminder of its history as one of Vietnam's three oldest ceramic centres. Notice the many bamboo racks filled with drying rice paper, speaking to the current occupation of many of its inhabitants after the pottery industry faded. A visit here presents an authentic portrait of a typical Vietnamese village with some of the homes dating back more than a century. Visit the 17th century Tho Ha Pagoda with its triple gate, belfry, and forecourt carved with dragons, clouds, and flowers. Enjoy a conversation with one of the local residents to gain insights into life in the village before returning to Hanoi.

Eating on the street is a very typical activity for Hanoians and makes up an important part of the city's unique culture. Depart from your hotel at 18:00 for a leisurely walk with your tour guide to the Old Quarter. Talk with your guide to get an insight of street food in Hanoi & the typical culinary habits. Make a first stop at a local coffee shop to try the local brew. Then walk a little further to taste some typical Hanoi snacks such as Pillow cake, fried sweet cakes. Next stroll through the streets lined with many food vendors and make your way to a steaming bowl of Pho Ga (Vietnamese noodle soup with chicken). This is practically Vietnam's national dish and is a dish enjoyed morning noon and night. Next move on to try Vietnam's 2nd most popular food "“ the Banh Mi Pate or baguette sandwich with pate at Banh My Lan Ong, one of the most famous shops in Hanoi. Later head to Dong Xuan night market which is well known for all types of goods including souvenirs. Try your hand at bargaining for a good deal before heading off to Beer Corner in the old corner to try a cold glass of Bia Hoi (fresh draft beer) like a local.

Overnight at: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel - Premium Room

Day 11: Hanoi > Halong Bay (B,L,D) Embark on a 3.5 hour drive to Halong Bay with a quick rest stop at Hong Ngoc Center - the best place to stop and stretch your legs en route. On arrival in Halong Bay, board your deluxe junk, settle into your cabin and prepare your appetite for an enjoyable lunch on deck. Mid-afternoon you will visit the mysterious atmosphere of Tien Ong cave, adorned with stalactites and stalagmites, then continue to the Cua Van fishing village, the largest community on the bay. This will allow a closer look into the lives of local fishermen before you transfer to a bamboo boat and are rowed slowly through the village with a museum and a school among floating houses. Back to the boat, a cooking class is offered with the chef if you are interested. Or enjoy sunset cocktails and canapes on up top deck before being served a wonderful dinner on board tonight.

Overnight on board Boat Violet Junk - Suite

Day 12: Halong Bay > Hanoi (B) Wake up early and partake in a Tai Chi class which is held on the upper deck. Visit Soi Sim Island, here you can relax in azure water of Halong Bay or enjoy over 200 steps to the up top for panoramic view of the whole bay. Back to the boat for boarding before cruising towards the shore while brunch is served. Prepare your luggage and hand your key to the reception for check out.

Arrive at the jetty late morning and transfer back to Hanoi. En route visit Thanh Chuong Palace, the home and studio of Thanh Chuong who is one of the most celebrated painters in Vietnam today is an architectural gem showcasing Vietnamese traditional cultural objects and structures. A living space rather than a museum which showcases Vietnamese archaeology, art, history and other culture values. Have lunch here before exploring the monuments at this fascinating museum. Transfer to Hanoi Airport for your return flight.

• Tailor-made journey with local English speaking guides • 9 nights accommodation in deluxe hotels • 1 night aboard a luxury junk boat in Halong Bay • 1 night aboard the Mango Cruise on the Mekong Delta • Transfers & transportation • Sightseeing & entrance fees • Economy class airfares Hanoi > Danang & Hue > Saigon including airport tax • Boat trips as specified • 11 Breakfasts, 6 Lunches, 3 Dinners (Departures from Hanoi) • 11 Breakfasts, 6 Lunches, 4 Dinners (Departures from Saigon)

Pricing (per person) $AUD

Type TWIN SINGLE

2018

5 Star - Departing Hanoi

1 Jan - 30 Apr

1 May - 30 Sep

5 Star - Departing Saigon

1 Jan - 30 Apr

1 May - 30 Sep

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$5,646

$5,672

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$5,646

$5,672

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$12,594

$12,670

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$12,594

$12,670

Departs

2018 Daily

Booking conditions

• Surcharges apply during TET Vietnamese New Year 15 Feb to 21 Feb 2018 • Surcharges apply during public holidays • Compulsory Gala Dinner 24, 31 Dec 2017

TET, the Vietnamese New Year. Travelers who are visiting larger cities like Saigon or Hanoi during the holidays may encounter empty streets and deserted parks as Vietnamese people return to their home town to celebrate the New Year with their families. Most businesses are closed during this period

Please refer to World Journeys terms & conditions.

Not included

Vietnam Visa