Hear why our passengers love Vietnam's diversity, food and fascinating sites. From Hue's ancient citadel to Hoi An's well-preserved old town, discover the best of what Vietnam has to offer. Get to know thriving Saigon's restaurant scene, markets and cultural sites, and explore the Mekong Delta's lush waterways.
Discover the beautiful lakes, architecture, cuisine and winding, narrow streets of Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. Explore the vibrant Old Quarter, where traders ply their wares as they have done for hundreds of years. Soak up the city's exciting blend of the old-world and the new, and hear some impressions of the city from our past passengers.
Experience the heritage town of Hoi An, with its mix of influences from the French colonial-era to Japanese and Chinese traders. Wander on foot and soak up Hoi An's architecture, relaxed atmosphere and beautiful river setting. Discover the range of cuisines on offer in the town, and why Hoi An is renowned for its tailor shops.
Get to know Vietnam's biggest city, dynamic Saigon. Visit the city's major sites, including Reunification Palace and Ben Thanh Market, and explore the city on foot. Venture outside Saigon to the famed Cu Chi Tunnels and the fertile Mekong Delta, and learn more about the war-era and the local people's way of life.
Learn about Vietnam's fascinating ethnic minority groups, many of which reside in and around mountainous Sapa. Journey to this picturesque region via train, and head out on a trek to meet some Black H'mong or Red Dzao people. Find out what makes our past passengers so enamored with this colorful, scenic region.
Uncover the beauty of Halong Bay on an unforgettable boat journey traversing rocky limestone outcrops. Enjoy a seafood lunch on board as the scenery unfolds around you. Explore some of the bay's hidden spots, from dramatic caves to tranquil inlets accessible only through cave-like tunnels, and soak up the relaxing atmosphere on your well-appointed boat.
Getting Around Vietnam
Discover the wide array of transportation options you may encounter in Vietnam, from boat journeys on Halong Bay, to cyclo rides through Hanoi's fascinating Old Quarter. Air-conditioned mini-buses are a comfortable way to travel between towns, and flights are a convenient option to cover longer distances.
The People of Vietnam
Hear from some of our past passengers on their impressions of the local people, from the Black H'mong villagers around Sapa to local tour guides. Learn about the opportunities you may have for cultural exchange, and how these encounters will enrich your journey throughout Vietnam.
The Cuisine of Vietnam
Find out what makes Vietnam's cuisine a highlight for most visitors. From humble street food to high-end restaurant fare, Vietnam offers endless opportunities to sample delicious local cuisine. Learn what aspects of the country's food scene our travelers have enjoyed the most, and the role food plays in helping to understand the culture.