VIETNAM TRAVEL GUIDE
Top things to do

Top things to do in Vietnam

Kayaking in Halong Bay

Few things beat waking up to the glow of sunlight streaming across hundreds of limestone peaks visible from the window of your traditional junk boat anchored in Gulf of Tonkin. Whether it’s paddling to private beaches, weaving your way through deep caverns under huge limestone karsts or splashing through sunny patches of this UNESCO-listed bay, kayaking in Halong Bay will give you a front-row seat to one of the most beautiful places in Vietnam. 





Trekking and homestay experience in Sapa

Sapa is home to some of Vietnam’s best trekking routes. Often joined by brightly-dressed locals from the Red Dzao or H’mong ethnic minority groups, visitors are treated to incredible panoramas of cascading rice terraces and quaint villages perched against rolling hills that snake their way to the Chinese border. Sapa multi-day packages allow travellers to get a unique feel for rural village life and traditional Vietnamese hospitality with overnight stays at local guest houses and homestays.





Sampling street food in Hanoi

With more food stalls per square kilometer than any other city on earth, Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital, is famous for its bustling street food scene. As the sun sets, Hanoi’s sidewalks become dominated by small pop-up restaurants with locals sitting on small stools amongst a litany of sizzling woks and bubbling pots. Our very own Hanoi street eats walking tour gets you close enough to enjoy some of the very best of Vietnamese street food, including favourites like pho bo (beef with noodles in broth), banh mi (Vietnam’s infamous sandwich) and fried nem (spring roll).




Visiting the Cu Chi tunnels

The Cu Chi Tunnels is one of Vietnam’s most treasured symbols of the Viet Cong’s dedication and ingenuity during the Vietnam War. Our Cu Chi Tunnels tours allow travellers to spend the morning wandering around this vast underground complex that once buzzed with thousands of soldiers. The site also provides a startling contrast to modern-day Vietnam, a rapidly-developing country propelled by grand aspirations and a resilient population looking away from its wartime past to a prosperous future.





Cruising the Mekong Delta

There is nowhere in the world quite like the Mekong Delta, a convergence of mighty rivers and lush farms intertwined and weaving their way across the region. The best way to explore the Mekong is undoubtedly by boat, with our Mekong River tours and cruise packages taking you deep into the heart of this bustling maritime hub. You’ll get to sail down the main artery of the Mekong, explore riverside villages, chat with Buddhist nuns at ancient monasteries and experience life on the river at the Chau Doc Floating Market.


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