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Vietnam is a country filled with captivating natural beauty and tranquil village life. Its highlands and rainforest regions continue to yield new species that team with exotic wildlife. With fabulous islands and beaches, among the finest in all of Southeast Asia, and a delicious cuisine, Vietnam will surpass your expectations. It is advised to make hotel reservations in Da Nang, Ha Noi, & Ho Chi Minh City in advance, since they are the most visited cities. Get ready for the trip of a lifetime to Vietnam with Luxury Travel™!
05D/04N - HANOI AND HALONG BAY
05D/04N - HANOI AND HALONG BAY
This five nights program explores Vietnam's capital city, Hanoi, and includes a journey to Halong Bay, the picturesque UNESCO world heritage site famous for it's natural beauty and the thousands of limestone karst mountains, caves, and grottoes that dot the bay. The journey begins in Hanoi, where you will visit famous sites such as the Temple of Literature, One Pillar Pagoda, and the Ho Chi Minh Memorial Complex. The French colonial architecture is evident in many of the buildings, villas, and mansions, as well as in the wide leafy boulevards around the city. Hanoi is also a city of beautiful lakes, and a fun highlight will be a ride through the streets of the Old Quarter aboard a cyclo. For the palate, there are many excellent restaurants in the city serving the very best in Vietnamese cuisine. Another side of Vietnam's north comes alive when you visit Halong, which translates as "Descending Dragon Bay." The best way to explore Halong Bay and it's scenic karsts is aboard a luxurious four-star wooden junk. See the scenic attractions by day and then unwind in the evening over cocktails at sunset and a delicious dinner. The program concludes back in Hanoi for a final night.
15D/14N - VIETNAM LUXURY BEACH VACATION
15D/14N - VIETNAM LUXURY BEACH VACATION
Relax in the most beautiful and primium beaches in Vietnam, enjoying the sun and the wind in beaches from the north to the center of Vietnam: Mui ne - Phan Thiet, Quy Nhon - Binh Dinh and Hoi an.
09D/08N - BEST OF VIETNAM
09D/08N - BEST OF VIETNAM
This program journeys North to South, covering many highlights of Vietnam. Hanoi is the modern-day capital of Vietnam that still retains the mystery and charm of past centuries. Narrow lanes and traditional shophouses invite exploration by cyclo, while it's many beautiful public spaces - lakes, parks, tree-lined boulevards and monuments - give it an air of elegance and harmony with nature unique among Asian capitals. Scenic Halong Bay, located on the South China Sea, is home to beautiful limestone islands and floating fishing villages, best explored aboard a traditional wooden boat. In Hue, history comes alive in it's many ancient temples, imperial buildings, and French-style edifices. From Hue traverse the spectacular Hai Van Pass to visit Danang, a coastal city of ancient origins which served as major U.S. air base during the war. The ancient town of Hoi An is a highlight of any visit to Vietnam. It's colorful shophouses and temples reflect a diverse heritage, dating back to the 16th and 17th century, when it was a major port for Western, Chinese, and Japanese traders. In the south we arrive in Saigon, a vibrant metropolis teeming with energy, activity and motion. Outside on the streets, young professionals zip by on their motorcycles, chatting on cellphones; inside the quiet temple courtyards worshippers pray amidst clouds of incense. The French influence is readily seen in the old colonial buildings, such as the Opera House and City Hall, which serve as a contrast to the luxury hotels, shopping malls, and gourmet restaurants springing up across the city.
07D/06N - HILL TRIBES OF NORTHERN VIETNAM
07D/06N - HILL TRIBES OF NORTHERN VIETNAM
This trip explores Sa Pa and it's environs, located in northwest Vietnam near the Chinese border. Situated in the highlands, Sa Pa was originally built as a hill station during the French colonial days, and with a cooler climate than Hanoi, served as an escape from the hot city summers. It is an area of terraced rice fields and verdant valleys, and is rich in it's variety of flower and fauna. The region is also home to many ethnic minorities, most prominently the Red Dzao and H'mong. The area is reached by overnight train from Hanoi. Also included in the program is Hanoi, the modern-day capital of Vietnam that still retains the mystery and charm of past centuries. Narrow lanes and traditional shophouse invite exploration by cyclo, while it's many beautiful public spaces - lakes, parks, tree-lined boulevards and monuments - give it an air of elegance and harmony with nature unique among Asian capitals.
03D/02N - SAIGON STOPOVER
03D/02N - SAIGON STOPOVER
Saigon, officially renamed Ho Chi Minh City in 1976, is the largest city in Vietnam. Still commonly referred to as Saigon, however, it is a city moving forward in leaps and bounds. The French influence is readily seen in the old colonial buildings, such as the Opera House and City Hall, which serve as a contrast to the luxury hotels, shopping malls, restaurants and modern office buildings that are rapidly growing in number. There are many ubiquitous scenes that play out everyday, such as the throngs of motorbikes zipping about the city, and the hustle and bustle of the busy marketplaces selling goods of all kinds. Outside on the streets, young professionals chat on their cellphones, while inside the quiet temple courtyards worshippers pray amdist clouds of incense. Saigon is also a gourmet's delight, with a wide range of restaurants serving delicious Vietnamese and international cuisines, the French influence still being seen in various dishes as well as in the hot, fresh baguettes expertly prepared at the bakeries.
03D/02N - HANOI STOPOVER
03D/02N - HANOI STOPOVER
Even a short visit to Vietnam's capital city is well worth the time. Hanoi celebrated it's one thousand year anniversary in October 2010, and is known for it's many scenic lakes, and the lovely French colonial architecture is still widely seen today in many of the buildings, mansions, and villas. A fun ride on a cyclo through the streets of the Old Quarter is a unique way to experience most of Hanoi's original streets. Pass by silk shops, markets, restaurants, clubs and bars, and scenic Hoan Kiem Lake. Important sights to be explored are the Temple of Literature, which served as Vietnam's first university dating back to 1076, One Pillar Pagoda, a Buddhist temple considered one of Vietnam's famous, and Ho Chi Minh Memorial Complex, site of the mausoleum where the body of the famous president lies in state. Also included during your stay is a Water Puppet Show, a long-standing tradition where lacquered wooden puppets appear to "dance on water." In the evening there are many excellent restaurants to choose from, and no visit would be complete without sampling some of Vietnam's tasty cuisine.
14D/13N - THE VIETNAM EXPLORER
14D/13N - THE VIETNAM EXPLORER
This program provides an in-depth look at Vietnam. Begin in Hanoi, the modern-day capital of Vietnam that still retains the mystery and charm of past centuries. Narrow lanes and traditional shophouses invite exploration by cyclo, while it's many beautiful public spaces - lakes, parks, tree-lined boulevards and monuments - give it an air of elegance and harmony with nature unique among Asian capitals. Scenic Halong Bay, located on the South China Sea, is home to beautiful limestone islands and floating fishing villages, best explored aboard a traditional wooden boat. In Hue, history comes alive in it's many ancient temples, imperial buildings, and French-style edifices. From Hue traverse the spectacular Hai Van Pass to visit Danang, a coastal city of ancient origins which served as major U.S. air base during the war. The ancient town of Hoi An is a highlight of any visit to Vietnam. It's colorful shophouses and temples reflect a diverse heritage, dating back to the 16th and 17th century, when it was a major port for Western, Chinese, and Japanese traders. A different side of Vietnam can be seen with a visit to Nha Trang, the country's most beautiful resort town featuring miles of beautiful beach. Beyond seeing the sights, it is a wonderful place to soak in the atmosphere over cocktails in a beachfront bar or cafe. Nestled in the mountains is Dalat, a former colonial hill station with an abundance of colorful parks, lakes, gardens, and waterfalls. It's ever temperate climate has earned it the name of "City of Eternal Spring." We complete the journey in Saigon, Vietnam's largest city and a vibrant metropolis teeming with energy, activity and motion.
02D/01N - HALONG BAY AND BAI TU LONG BAY CRUISE BY INDOCHINA JUNK
02D/01N - HALONG BAY AND BAI TU LONG BAY CRUISE BY INDOCHINA JUNK
Two day one night cruise to untouched Bai Tu Long Bay is ideal for you to discover natural beauty and local life in a limited time schedule, you will get to visit cave, go kayaking and visit a floating village. This trip takes you deep into natural wonder and experience a memorable night in the majestic bay. The route is off the beaten track and our staffs are keen on taking care of customer’s request, it is quite potential to be your highlight trip in Vietnam.
07D/06N - EXPLORE SON DOONG IN QUANG BINH, THE WORLD'S BIGGEST CAVE
07D/06N - EXPLORE SON DOONG IN QUANG BINH, THE WORLD'S BIGGEST CAVE
This is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure that’s not for the faint of heart. You’ll get deep into the mouth of what is known as the Cave of Teeth (for once upon a time, teeth-like stalagmite structures stood at the cave’s entrance). Son Doong Cave is the world’s largest cave, and what makes it particularly exciting is its obscurity: the cave was only discovered in 2009. This thrilling 7-day mini-expedition includes two nights at a local hotel in the village of Phong Nha, two nights camping in the lush grounds of Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, and an incredible three nights camping within Hang Son Doong as well. You’ll be accompanied by a team of 16 - from porters, to safety experts, to guides, who will ensure your utmost safety and fun. All camping gear is provided. Finish the trip off with two nights of adrenaline-fueled celebrations! This trip is offered as a private excursion; however, for travellers wishing to explore the cave with fellow enthusiasts, set group departures are also available. Please enquire for more details. NOTE: Visitor numbers to the cave are strictly limited to a maximum of 224 per year. This unfortunately means that tours of the cave are already sold out for 2014, so we can currently only consider bookings for 2015 onwards.
05D/04N - BA BE AND HA GIANG DISCOVERY
05D/04N -  BA BE AND  HA GIANG DISCOVERY
A memorable journey around the highlights of Vietnam’s highlands, this tour will enchant and beguile even those who have previously visited Vietnam’s north. Prepare to be whisked away from the buzz and bustle of colonial Hanoi - from speeding along the new highway to gliding serenely on the lake at Ba Be national park. Explore tiny traditional villages nestled in the hills and enjoy the rare chance to meet the unique ethnic groups that live there; share their distinct culture and food and soak up the action in the market place. Take winding road trips and pleasant hikes right into the northern heartland to truly experience the unrivalled scenery before heading completing the journey back in charming Hanoi
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