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Vietnam Holidays

Beaches, mountains, culture: Vietnam has it all

Vietnam holidays reveal both the beauty and energy of this vibrant country. Its colourful past is filled with Imperial dynasties, French colonists and tumultuous years of war, intermingling to form a dynamic culture that is ever-present.

The Vietnamese welcome visitors with open arms, eager to flaunt their country’s natural beauty, its sparkling bays and rolling hills, modern metropolises and ancient cities. And in every corner the culture thrives, in the diverse landscapes, the friendly people and the delicious cuisine.

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vietnam highlights

  • Cruise Halong Bay

    Sharp limestone karsts jut dramatically out of the waters of Halong Bay, best viewed in the soft light of dawn from the deck of a traditional junk boat on a cruise around these iconic rock formations.

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  • Learn a craft in Hue

    Take a break from exploring the former imperial capital’s historic treasures by sitting quietly at the Healing the Wounded Heart factory, where deaf and mute workers will share the secrets of their crafts.

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  • Hoi An on foot

    Discover Hoi An’s lesser known gems with a walk around its historic streets. From trendy wine bars to artisan tailors, this old port town is full of surprises.

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  • Nha Trang private cruise

    The South China Sea provides the perfect backdrop to an indulgent banquet of Thailand’s finest fresh seafood on the deck of your very own private boat.

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  • Try Pho in Saigon

    Savour the flavours of authentic Vietnamese noodle soup as you sit back with a steaming bowl of Pho and watch the world go by in one of Saigon’s superb restaurants.

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  • Meet the hilltribes in Sapa

    The friendly faces of local hilltribe women greet you as you walk across picturesque rice terraces, feeling the cool mountain breeze against your skin.

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  • Visit a monastery in Dalat

    A hundred monks and nuns live in the peaceful monastery in Dalat, a charming colonial hill station in a cooler area that more closely resembles the French Alps than southeast Asia.

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  • Floating market in the Mekong Delta

    Colourful merchant boats characterise Cai Rang, the biggest floating market on the Mekong Delta, where you can mingle with the locals, who make an early start to stock up on the market’s array of food.

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  • Hanoi’s Old Quarter

    Sample Vietnamese snacks on a walk through the historic streets of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, where clues to the area’s past lie in the street names, which tell of the shop types that dominated in days gone by.

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  • Sampan Journey in Ninh Binh

    Discover hidden valleys and fertile rice paddies by hopping aboard a sampan - a small wooden rowing boat - for a river journey around the area’s distinctive limestone karsts, known as “Dry Halong Bay”.

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Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 172 reviews
Reviews and scores from the last 12 months.
10 out of 10


Food was delicious.
Mekong River cruise & visit to local village home.
Halong Bay cruise.
Dalat markets.
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Confirmed traveller: 08 October 2016
Published on: 17 October 2016
8 out of 10


loved the food
Confirmed traveller: 03 October 2016
Published on: 14 October 2016
10 out of 10


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My husband and I are fussy eaters so weren't over excited by the food but our Tour Leader went out of his way to ensure there was always something to suit us. Everyone else raved about the food.
Confirmed traveller: 27 September 2016
Published on: 12 October 2016