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Accompany us on a 9 days tour through Vietnam where you explore and experience two spectra of Vietnamese hospitality – both in the North and in the South. Vietnam has opened its heart and hearth to tourists who are keen to try the authentic – food, culture, nature or people. Take part in daily life of a typical North Vietnamese village; discover the amazing complexity of the underground tunnels in Cu Chi which were used during the war; travel through Vietnam by bus, boat, train, cyclo, bicycle and explore it on foot. This is the best of Vietnam on a plate (or in a bowl of pho perhaps)!
A local version of a rickshaw, cyclo ride is a fun way to discover Hanoi, the culturally and politically vital city of Vietnam. Take a short walk around the Hoan Kiem Lake and Hanoi’s Old Quarter and enjoy a freshly brewed “Bia Hoi” local beer in the afternoon.
Live a day in a local's life as you indulge your culinary curiosity in a cooking class to rustle up some typical Vietnamese delicacies. Catch some fresh air as you cycle through the nearby villages and experience the real taste of the rural countryside.
Imagine gigantic rocks breaking out from the turquoise water and reaching out towards the sky! Sign up for a day at the sea as you cruise the bay and its 1600 little islands in a sailing junk boat.
Take a tour of the Imperial Citadel and Tu Duc’s tomb. The elaborate tomb contains a lakeside pavilion, gardens and pine forests. Also, explore the craft making of this region as you visit the incense-makers and conical hat (locally called Non-La) makers.
Soak in some romance and charm of Hoi An Old Town during your afternoon walking tour. The Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century and is a unique heritage site now.
Begin your tour by touching all the panoramic spots like the Notre Dame Cathedral and Central Post Office. Take a walking tour of the city centre. Sample some southern Vietnamese hospitality as a local Vietnamese family plays host to your dinner.
Famous for its labyrinthine spread of 200 km of tunnel system, Cu Chi tunnels played a significant role in America’s war with Vietnam. Claustrophobic tunnels and innumerable battle stories which played out there can send a shiver down your spine. Need a breather? Drop by a local house to check out rice-paper making.