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Grand Voyage From North To South Of Vietnam – 18 Days

Tour Destinations:

What To Expect:

  • Discover Mai Chau: Begin your adventure in Mai Chau, home to vibrant hill tribe villages. Experience the rich cultural heritage, traditional lifestyles, and colorful textile crafts of the local tribes.

  • Overnight Cruise in Halong Bay: Board a cruise and spend a night amidst the surreal beauty of Halong Bay. Explore its calm emerald waters, towering limestone islands, and hidden caves.

  • Explore Hoi An and Its Surroundings: Step back in time in the ancient town of Hoi An. Learn about its rich history, admire its well-preserved architecture, and explore its lush surroundings.

  • Journey Through the Mekong Delta: Navigate the waterways of the Mekong Delta and visit its luscious fruit orchards. Experience the region’s agricultural heartland and sample fresh produce.

  • Visit Vietnam’s Top Attractions: The itinerary includes visits to the vibrant Old Quarter of Hanoi, the pristine beaches of Nha Trang, the scenic ex-French hill station of Dalat, and the bustling China Town markets in Saigon.

Price Included:

Accommodation (3 star in average).

Breakfast & meals per mentioned in the itinerary.

Transportation by private car with A/C.

English-speaking guides.

03 domestic flights (Hanoi – Hue, Da Nang – Nha Trang, Da Lat – Saigon).

All entrance fees, performances, boat trips & excursions.

Price Excluded:

International flight.

Travel insurance.

Vietnam Visa.

Gratuities for tour guides/drivers.

Beverages & other personal expenses.

Detailed Itinerary:

Our itinerary is designed to be fully customizable to your unique preferences and interests, serving as a creative canvas to inspire your personalized journey. This is simply a glimpse of what your adventure could look like, a starting point from which we can craft a trip that truly resonates with you.

Day 01:Hanoi Arrival

Welcome to Hanoi, the thriving colonial capital of Vietnam. Your driver and tour guide will meet you at the Noi Bai Airport’s baggage claim and drive you to your hotel in the heart of the city. Enjoy an orientation walk in the late afternoon, stopping at some of Hanoi’s top sights like the Opera House, Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem Lake, and Ngoc Son Temple. Enjoy a welcome dinner of traditional Vietnamese cuisine in the evening at one of Hanoi’s best eateries.

Meals: Dinner.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi.

Day 02:Hanoi City Tour

You have the entire day today to discover the charming capital of Vietnam. Hanoi is an eclectic mix that has something to offer everyone with its broad, tree-lined boulevards, French colonial architecture, serene lakes, and historic oriental pagodas. Your city tour will take you to some of Hanoi’s most important landmarks, including the Presidential Palace, the Ho Chi Minh Complex, which includes the stilt house and mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh, the nearby One Pillar Pagoda, the Temple of Literature, West Lake, the solemn Tran Quoc Pagoda, Quan Thanh Temple, and one of the city’s museums (a choice between the History Museum and the Ethnology Museum). Enjoy a traditional water puppet show in the evening, a form of Vietnamese art that originated in Southeast Asia’s wet-rice culture.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi.

Day 03:Hanoi – Mai Chau – Homestay

In the midst of some of northern Vietnam’s most breathtaking scenery, this trip to the northwest highlands of Mai Chau provides a balance of cultural interest and physical activity.
Your driver and tour guide will pick you up at your hotel and drive you along Highway 6 to Mai Chau, a small town hidden in a lush valley surrounded by emerald-green rice fields. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the rural villages and pagodas that dot the landscape. Visit the Muong tribe en route, and then stop at Thung Khe Pass for a breathtaking view of Mai Chau Valley. Have lunch in Mai Chau and then spend the afternoon hiking along the Song Ma River away from the beaten path. Explore the valley’s natural beauty on a trek through terraced rice paddies and small villages, where you’ll also come into contact with the local White Thai culture. Spend the night in a Thai village where you can have dinner with a local family and stay with them in their long house.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

Accommodation: At long house in Mai Chau.

Day 04:Mai Chau Trekking – Hanoi

Start the day with a straightforward breakfast with your hosts, then go for a short drive through the countryside before beginning a trek to the “Cum” and “Xam Khoe” villages that will take you through rice paddies and along winding roads. Experience the vibrant local culture firsthand while eating a delicious lunch in one of the villages. Drive back to busy Hanoi in the afternoon.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi.

Day 05:Hanoi – Halong Bay – Overnight on cruise

Arrive in Hanoi early in the morning. Before beginning the three to four hour drive to the UNESCO World Heritage Site: Halong Bay, your driver and guide will meet you at the train station and take you to a nearby restaurant for breakfast. Spend a full day on a classic junk cruise in this breathtaking bay, a veritable wonderland of jutting limestone islands and glistening turquoise waters.

Alight your junk at the dock around noon. As we set sail for the enchanted bay, indulge in a gourmet lunch of fresh seafood. Spend the afternoon taking a cruise around some of Halong Bay’s numerous islands, such as Ga Choi and Dinh Huong. Explore one of the three largest caves in the bay en route (Thien Cung, Dau Go or Sung Sot). Take a break at a protected white-sand beach on an island cove and cool off in the Tonkin Gulf’s warm waters (weather permitting). Spend the night on your junk, drifting off to sleep to the sound of the waves gently rocking.

For those who choose to take an overnight cruise leaving from Tuan Chau Harbour, Travel Vietnam advises taking the 25-minute scenic flight on the seaplane. When you first lay eyes on Halong Bay’s breathtaking beauty from above, it will be “love at first sight.” For sightseeing above more than 1,900 magnificent islands and limestone pillars, flights are scheduled at the most ideal and beautiful time of the day. a new level of excitement (not included in the tour package; speak to your travel advisor to make the best deal on a reservation.)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

Accommodation: on cruise.

Day 06:Halong Bay – Hanoi – Fly to Hue

Get up early and practice Tai Chi on the top deck, or just unwind and take in the sunrise over the imposing islands of the bay. Before setting out on a rowboat tour of nearby islands, enjoy a cup of coffee or tea in the morning.

After breakfast, head back to the junk and take advantage of the sundeck to take in Bai Tu Long Bay’s amazing rock formations as we make our way back to Halong City. Before sailing back to Halong pier, enjoy brunch on board. In order to get you to Noi Bai Airport in Hanoi for your domestic flight to Hue, your driver will meet you at the dock. When you arrive, your driver and guide will be waiting to take you to your hotel.

Optional (please get in touch with our travel advisors to make a reservation in advance):

The largest aerial tramway in the world across Halong Bay has been completed by Swiss and Austrian engineers Doppelmayr and Garaventa. Two concrete towers, the larger of which is 188.88m high, support the 2,222m ropeway. The 230 passengers that each of the six sets of double-decker doors and cabins can accommodate makes them the largest ever constructed. Visitors can take the tramway from a terminal in Halong City’s Bai Chay District up to the amusement park on top of Ba Deo Hill (Hon Gai Ward, Halong City).

The Nu Hoang Cable Car, which translates to “Queen” in English, has only been in operation since late June of this year, and a round-trip entrance ticket costs 15 USD per person (excluded). After the cruise, our driver can take you to the station of the Nu Hoang Cable Car, where you can spend a few hours if you’re interested in taking the gondola lift.

You will then be driven directly to Noi Bai Airport in Hanoi to catch a domestic flight to Hue to continue your vacation.

Meals: Brunch.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hue.

Day 07:Hue City Tour

Take a day to explore the former, antiquated capital of Vietnam. Visit the Imperial Citadel, where the Imperial City and Forbidden Purple City—once the Emperor’s private residence—are located, first thing in the morning. The Forbidden City in Beijing served as the inspiration for the 19th-century construction of the Imperial City. Within its walls, the Imperial Enclosure is home to numerous palaces and temples. Continue your tour in the afternoon, making stops at the Imperial Museum, Tu Hieu Pagoda, and the bustling Dong Ba riverside market.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hue.

Day 08:Hue – Da Nang – Hoi An

Spend the morning touring the Lady Pagoda (Thien Mu Pagoda) and the elaborate Minh Mang’s tomb on a private boat cruise down the romantic Perfume River. Before beginning your drive to Hoi An, have lunch at a restaurant along the river. Stop in Lang Co Bay along the way for a great view of a tranquil fishing village with boats sailing in Lap An lagoon and flocks of storks flying back to their nests at dusk. Lang Co Bay is a long, white-sand beach with blue water. Pass through the magnificent Hai Van pass, also known as the Pass of the Cloud, which connects Hue and Hoi An and features views of the East Vietnam Sea on one side and a lush mountainous landscape on the other. Before arriving in Hoi An, the sleepy riverside town, in the late afternoon, visit the Cham Museum and the handicraft villages at the base of Marble Mountain in Da Nang. After checking in at the hotel, you can spend the rest of the evening however you like.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Hotel in Hoi An.

Day 09:Hoi An Cooking Class – Walking Tour

Attend a cooking class at the Red Bridge Cooking School this morning. In Hoi An’s Old Town, congregate at the Hai Scout Cafe. We will then proceed to the vibrant market in Hoi An from there. Visit the local market and talk to the vendors to pick up some fresh ingredients for the cooking class today. After that, board the Red Bridge boat for a leisurely 25-minute trip to the Red Bridge Cooking School along the Hoi An River. Explore the school’s vegetable and herb garden. Learn to cook and participate in the lunch preparation of five traditional dishes. In addition to being amused, you will learn some unique techniques at the fruit and vegetable carving demonstration.

Enjoy a stroll through the ancient quarter’s winding, crowded streets in the afternoon, stopping at the Chua Ong Pagoda, the Chinese Assembly Hall, the 200-year-old Tan Ky ancestral home, and the well-known Japanese Bridge. Take a relaxing boat ride at sunset to cap off the day.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hoi An.

Day 10:Hoi An – Free At Leisure

Today you are at leisure on beach or go shopping on your own interest.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hoi An.

Day 11:Hoi An – Da Nang – Fly to Nha Trang

Your driver will pick you up after breakfast and take you to the airport in Da Nang so you can take a quick flight to Nha Trang, where a 10-kilometer stretch of white sand beach awaits. You have the remainder of the day at your disposal (please contact us for optional excursions that can be arranged such as boat trips, village excursions or cyclo rides etc.).

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Nha Trang.

Day 12:Nha Trang – Da Lat

Drive up hills to Da Lat this morning, stopping in rural Nha Trang en route to get a glimpse of what life is like in the Vietnamese countryside. After four hours of driving, you will arrive in the mountain town of Da Lat, also referred to as the “City of Eternal Spring”. The art deco former summer home of Bao Dai, the final Emperor of Vietnam, the Central Market, and the renowned XQ embroidery factory are among the sights to be seen during an afternoon of sightseeing. In the evening, there will be the opportunity to take a brief stroll around Xuan Huong Lake to get a sense of this lovely city.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Da Lat.

Day 13:Da Lat – Fly to Saigon

Visit Thien Vien Truc Lam, Vietnam’s largest Zen monastery, after breakfast. Then descend the steps toward Tuyen Lam Lake and enjoy a boat tour of Da Lat’s most beautiful, expansive lake. Visit Lat village on the way back to the city for lunch. It is home to several distinct ethnic minority groups, each with their own customs and beliefs. You have the opportunity to purchase local handicrafts and learn something special here.

Transfer to Lien Khuong Airport in preparation for a subsequent flight to Ho Chi Minh City Take the remainder of the day as you please or go exploring on your own.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Saigon.

Day 14:Saigon City Tour

Spend the entire day exploring Saigon’s many attractions. Visit Saigon’s Chinatown first, then the FITO Museum to learn about traditional Vietnamese medicine, and Ben Thanh Market to peruse the incredible selection of goods. After stopping for lunch, continue your city tour by touring the former Presidential Palace and the War Remnants Museum. Spend the afternoon taking in the French colonial architecture of the city, making stops at Notre Dame Cathedral and the City Post Office.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Saigon.

Day 15:Saigon – Cao Dai Temple – Cu Chi Tunnels

You depart Saigon today to visit the stunning Cao Dai Temple in Tay Ninh and take part in the midday prayer service. The 1920s saw the creation of the hybrid religion known as Caodaism, which seeks to spread peace by fusing aspects of Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Christianity, and Islam. Explore the renowned historic Cu Chi Tunnels on the way back to the city after lunch at a nearby restaurant. The Viet Cong used the tunnels, an underground maze of corridors, as cover from American air raids during the Vietnam War (or “American War,” as it is referred to here). To gain a better understanding of what life was like for the Vietnamese soldiers during the war, those who are inclined are invited to crawl through some of the tunnels.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Saigon.

Day 16:Saigon – Cai Be – Vinh Long – Can Tho

You depart Saigon today and journey to the Mekong River Delta. Take advantage of the hotel’s early breakfast before traveling to Cai Be, a town along a river. Visit an orchard garden and candy factory along the way for the chance to hear traditional music. Enjoy a leisurely lunch at a restaurant along the river before crossing the Mekong by motorboat to visit some fluvial islands and cycling through the countryside. At Vinh Long Jetty, your driver will meet you and drive you to Can Tho City for the night.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.

Accommodation: Hotel in Can Tho.

Day 17:Can Tho – Cai Rang Floating Market – Saigon

Get up early and leave the hotel to travel by motorboat to the well-known Cai Rang floating market. Continue your boat ride to the renowned orchards of the Mekong Delta and sample the delectable, fresh fruit. Then, as you observe the locals at work, travel further into the countryside, passing by traditional houses made of wood and palm leaves. Drive back to Can Tho for lunch before returning to Saigon, where you will arrive in the late afternoon.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Saigon.

Day 18:Saigon Departure

You have the rest of the day free to do any last-minute shopping or sightseeing before heading to the airport to catch your flight home.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: N/A.

Day 01:Hanoi Arrival

Welcome to Hanoi, the thriving colonial capital of Vietnam. Your driver and tour guide will meet you at the Noi Bai Airport’s baggage claim and drive you to your hotel in the heart of the city. Enjoy an orientation walk in the late afternoon, stopping at some of Hanoi’s top sights like the Opera House, Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem Lake, and Ngoc Son Temple. Enjoy a welcome dinner of traditional Vietnamese cuisine in the evening at one of Hanoi’s best eateries.

Meals: Dinner.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi.

Day 02:Hanoi City Tour

You have the entire day today to discover the charming capital of Vietnam. Hanoi is an eclectic mix that has something to offer everyone with its broad, tree-lined boulevards, French colonial architecture, serene lakes, and historic oriental pagodas. Your city tour will take you to some of Hanoi’s most important landmarks, including the Presidential Palace, the Ho Chi Minh Complex, which includes the stilt house and mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh, the nearby One Pillar Pagoda, the Temple of Literature, West Lake, the solemn Tran Quoc Pagoda, Quan Thanh Temple, and one of the city’s museums (a choice between the History Museum and the Ethnology Museum). Enjoy a traditional water puppet show in the evening, a form of Vietnamese art that originated in Southeast Asia’s wet-rice culture.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi.

Day 03:Hanoi – Mai Chau – Homestay

In the midst of some of northern Vietnam’s most breathtaking scenery, this trip to the northwest highlands of Mai Chau provides a balance of cultural interest and physical activity.
Your driver and tour guide will pick you up at your hotel and drive you along Highway 6 to Mai Chau, a small town hidden in a lush valley surrounded by emerald-green rice fields. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the rural villages and pagodas that dot the landscape. Visit the Muong tribe en route, and then stop at Thung Khe Pass for a breathtaking view of Mai Chau Valley. Have lunch in Mai Chau and then spend the afternoon hiking along the Song Ma River away from the beaten path. Explore the valley’s natural beauty on a trek through terraced rice paddies and small villages, where you’ll also come into contact with the local White Thai culture. Spend the night in a Thai village where you can have dinner with a local family and stay with them in their long house.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

Accommodation: At long house in Mai Chau.

Day 04:Mai Chau Trekking – Hanoi

Start the day with a straightforward breakfast with your hosts, then go for a short drive through the countryside before beginning a trek to the “Cum” and “Xam Khoe” villages that will take you through rice paddies and along winding roads. Experience the vibrant local culture firsthand while eating a delicious lunch in one of the villages. Drive back to busy Hanoi in the afternoon.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi.

Day 05:Hanoi – Halong Bay – Overnight on cruise

Arrive in Hanoi early in the morning. Before beginning the three to four hour drive to the UNESCO World Heritage Site: Halong Bay, your driver and guide will meet you at the train station and take you to a nearby restaurant for breakfast. Spend a full day on a classic junk cruise in this breathtaking bay, a veritable wonderland of jutting limestone islands and glistening turquoise waters.

Alight your junk at the dock around noon. As we set sail for the enchanted bay, indulge in a gourmet lunch of fresh seafood. Spend the afternoon taking a cruise around some of Halong Bay’s numerous islands, such as Ga Choi and Dinh Huong. Explore one of the three largest caves in the bay en route (Thien Cung, Dau Go or Sung Sot). Take a break at a protected white-sand beach on an island cove and cool off in the Tonkin Gulf’s warm waters (weather permitting). Spend the night on your junk, drifting off to sleep to the sound of the waves gently rocking.

For those who choose to take an overnight cruise leaving from Tuan Chau Harbour, Travel Vietnam advises taking the 25-minute scenic flight on the seaplane. When you first lay eyes on Halong Bay’s breathtaking beauty from above, it will be “love at first sight.” For sightseeing above more than 1,900 magnificent islands and limestone pillars, flights are scheduled at the most ideal and beautiful time of the day. a new level of excitement (not included in the tour package; speak to your travel advisor to make the best deal on a reservation.)

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

Accommodation: on cruise.

Day 06:Halong Bay – Hanoi – Fly to Hue

Get up early and practice Tai Chi on the top deck, or just unwind and take in the sunrise over the imposing islands of the bay. Before setting out on a rowboat tour of nearby islands, enjoy a cup of coffee or tea in the morning.

After breakfast, head back to the junk and take advantage of the sundeck to take in Bai Tu Long Bay’s amazing rock formations as we make our way back to Halong City. Before sailing back to Halong pier, enjoy brunch on board. In order to get you to Noi Bai Airport in Hanoi for your domestic flight to Hue, your driver will meet you at the dock. When you arrive, your driver and guide will be waiting to take you to your hotel.

Optional (please get in touch with our travel advisors to make a reservation in advance):

The largest aerial tramway in the world across Halong Bay has been completed by Swiss and Austrian engineers Doppelmayr and Garaventa. Two concrete towers, the larger of which is 188.88m high, support the 2,222m ropeway. The 230 passengers that each of the six sets of double-decker doors and cabins can accommodate makes them the largest ever constructed. Visitors can take the tramway from a terminal in Halong City’s Bai Chay District up to the amusement park on top of Ba Deo Hill (Hon Gai Ward, Halong City).

The Nu Hoang Cable Car, which translates to “Queen” in English, has only been in operation since late June of this year, and a round-trip entrance ticket costs 15 USD per person (excluded). After the cruise, our driver can take you to the station of the Nu Hoang Cable Car, where you can spend a few hours if you’re interested in taking the gondola lift.

You will then be driven directly to Noi Bai Airport in Hanoi to catch a domestic flight to Hue to continue your vacation.

Meals: Brunch.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hue.

Day 07:Hue City Tour

Take a day to explore the former, antiquated capital of Vietnam. Visit the Imperial Citadel, where the Imperial City and Forbidden Purple City—once the Emperor’s private residence—are located, first thing in the morning. The Forbidden City in Beijing served as the inspiration for the 19th-century construction of the Imperial City. Within its walls, the Imperial Enclosure is home to numerous palaces and temples. Continue your tour in the afternoon, making stops at the Imperial Museum, Tu Hieu Pagoda, and the bustling Dong Ba riverside market.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hue.

Day 08:Hue – Da Nang – Hoi An

Spend the morning touring the Lady Pagoda (Thien Mu Pagoda) and the elaborate Minh Mang’s tomb on a private boat cruise down the romantic Perfume River. Before beginning your drive to Hoi An, have lunch at a restaurant along the river. Stop in Lang Co Bay along the way for a great view of a tranquil fishing village with boats sailing in Lap An lagoon and flocks of storks flying back to their nests at dusk. Lang Co Bay is a long, white-sand beach with blue water. Pass through the magnificent Hai Van pass, also known as the Pass of the Cloud, which connects Hue and Hoi An and features views of the East Vietnam Sea on one side and a lush mountainous landscape on the other. Before arriving in Hoi An, the sleepy riverside town, in the late afternoon, visit the Cham Museum and the handicraft villages at the base of Marble Mountain in Da Nang. After checking in at the hotel, you can spend the rest of the evening however you like.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Hotel in Hoi An.

Day 09:Hoi An Cooking Class – Walking Tour

Attend a cooking class at the Red Bridge Cooking School this morning. In Hoi An’s Old Town, congregate at the Hai Scout Cafe. We will then proceed to the vibrant market in Hoi An from there. Visit the local market and talk to the vendors to pick up some fresh ingredients for the cooking class today. After that, board the Red Bridge boat for a leisurely 25-minute trip to the Red Bridge Cooking School along the Hoi An River. Explore the school’s vegetable and herb garden. Learn to cook and participate in the lunch preparation of five traditional dishes. In addition to being amused, you will learn some unique techniques at the fruit and vegetable carving demonstration.

Enjoy a stroll through the ancient quarter’s winding, crowded streets in the afternoon, stopping at the Chua Ong Pagoda, the Chinese Assembly Hall, the 200-year-old Tan Ky ancestral home, and the well-known Japanese Bridge. Take a relaxing boat ride at sunset to cap off the day.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hoi An.

Day 10:Hoi An – Free At Leisure

Today you are at leisure on beach or go shopping on your own interest.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Hoi An.

Day 11:Hoi An – Da Nang – Fly to Nha Trang

Your driver will pick you up after breakfast and take you to the airport in Da Nang so you can take a quick flight to Nha Trang, where a 10-kilometer stretch of white sand beach awaits. You have the remainder of the day at your disposal (please contact us for optional excursions that can be arranged such as boat trips, village excursions or cyclo rides etc.).

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Nha Trang.

Day 12:Nha Trang – Da Lat

Drive up hills to Da Lat this morning, stopping in rural Nha Trang en route to get a glimpse of what life is like in the Vietnamese countryside. After four hours of driving, you will arrive in the mountain town of Da Lat, also referred to as the “City of Eternal Spring”. The art deco former summer home of Bao Dai, the final Emperor of Vietnam, the Central Market, and the renowned XQ embroidery factory are among the sights to be seen during an afternoon of sightseeing. In the evening, there will be the opportunity to take a brief stroll around Xuan Huong Lake to get a sense of this lovely city.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Da Lat.

Day 13:Da Lat – Fly to Saigon

Visit Thien Vien Truc Lam, Vietnam’s largest Zen monastery, after breakfast. Then descend the steps toward Tuyen Lam Lake and enjoy a boat tour of Da Lat’s most beautiful, expansive lake. Visit Lat village on the way back to the city for lunch. It is home to several distinct ethnic minority groups, each with their own customs and beliefs. You have the opportunity to purchase local handicrafts and learn something special here.

Transfer to Lien Khuong Airport in preparation for a subsequent flight to Ho Chi Minh City Take the remainder of the day as you please or go exploring on your own.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Saigon.

Day 14:Saigon City Tour

Spend the entire day exploring Saigon’s many attractions. Visit Saigon’s Chinatown first, then the FITO Museum to learn about traditional Vietnamese medicine, and Ben Thanh Market to peruse the incredible selection of goods. After stopping for lunch, continue your city tour by touring the former Presidential Palace and the War Remnants Museum. Spend the afternoon taking in the French colonial architecture of the city, making stops at Notre Dame Cathedral and the City Post Office.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Saigon.

Day 15:Saigon – Cao Dai Temple – Cu Chi Tunnels

You depart Saigon today to visit the stunning Cao Dai Temple in Tay Ninh and take part in the midday prayer service. The 1920s saw the creation of the hybrid religion known as Caodaism, which seeks to spread peace by fusing aspects of Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Christianity, and Islam. Explore the renowned historic Cu Chi Tunnels on the way back to the city after lunch at a nearby restaurant. The Viet Cong used the tunnels, an underground maze of corridors, as cover from American air raids during the Vietnam War (or “American War,” as it is referred to here). To gain a better understanding of what life was like for the Vietnamese soldiers during the war, those who are inclined are invited to crawl through some of the tunnels.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Saigon.

Day 16:Saigon – Cai Be – Vinh Long – Can Tho

You depart Saigon today and journey to the Mekong River Delta. Take advantage of the hotel’s early breakfast before traveling to Cai Be, a town along a river. Visit an orchard garden and candy factory along the way for the chance to hear traditional music. Enjoy a leisurely lunch at a restaurant along the river before crossing the Mekong by motorboat to visit some fluvial islands and cycling through the countryside. At Vinh Long Jetty, your driver will meet you and drive you to Can Tho City for the night.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.

Accommodation: Hotel in Can Tho.

Day 17:Can Tho – Cai Rang Floating Market – Saigon

Get up early and leave the hotel to travel by motorboat to the well-known Cai Rang floating market. Continue your boat ride to the renowned orchards of the Mekong Delta and sample the delectable, fresh fruit. Then, as you observe the locals at work, travel further into the countryside, passing by traditional houses made of wood and palm leaves. Drive back to Can Tho for lunch before returning to Saigon, where you will arrive in the late afternoon.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: Hotel in Saigon.

Day 18:Saigon Departure

You have the rest of the day free to do any last-minute shopping or sightseeing before heading to the airport to catch your flight home.

Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation: N/A.

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