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North Vietnam highlights

North Vietnam highlights

Tour length:8 days
Tour style:Group tours
Tour themes:Explore
Physical rating:*****
Start / End cities:Hanoi / Hanoi
Price from:USD $639
Place(s) visited:Hanoi - Ninh Binh - Sapa - Ha Long Bay

Discover intriguing North Vietnam on an 8-day tour with the vast array of contrasts from the vibrant capital city to breathtaking mountains, mesmerizing bay, authentic country life, and spectacular karst landscapes. This tour design focuses on the must-sees of the land, allowing you to delve deep into beautif...
Explore the real Vietnam

Explore the real Vietnam

Tour length:15 days
Tour style:Group tours
Tour themes:Explore
Physical rating:*****
Start / End cities:Hanoi / Ho Chi Minh City
Price from:USD $1259
Place(s) visited:Hanoi - Sapa - Ha Long Bay - Hue - Hoi An - Nha Trang - Ho Chi Minh City - Ben Tre

This tour offers you a great opportunity to discover Vietnam’s best highlights from mountains & bay of the North through amazing heritages in the Centre to hustle city and mesmerizing delta in the South. The tour is an unforgettable adventure of most contrasting cultures and scenes of Vietnam.  Star...
Vietnam Discovery

Vietnam Discovery

Tour length:14 days
Tour style:Group tours
Tour themes:Explore
Physical rating:*****
Start / End cities:Hanoi / Ho Chi Minh City
Price from:USD $1199
Place(s) visited:Hanoi - Ha Long Bay - Hue - Hoi An - Nha Trang - Ho Chi Minh City - Ben Tre

Take this tour to discover the beauties of Vietnam along its length, from North to South, while experiencing the country's best highlights. This 14-day tour is an excellent choice for those seeking an overview of this fascinating land, including its culture, history, people, and stunning natural beauty. Cover...

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FAQs for Vietnam tours
+How long is the average tour in Vietnam?

It is hard to exactly estimate how long is enough for a Vietnam tour. Since Vietnam is endowed with thousands of natural beauties, the country can mesmerize any tourists visiting here. So, adjust the tour length based on your preference. However, below are some advices for you to arrange your very best Vietnam tour:

- Less than one week: for people who only can spend time for a short holiday, you can still customize a few days trip visiting the main tourist city in Vietnam such as Hanoi the capital, Ho Chi Minh city, North or South Vietnam soft active tours…
- From 7 to 14 days: you can visit 2 to 3 parts of Vietnam, along from Northern to Southern, with a step closer to local culture exploration.
- From 15 to 20 days: it is perfect for an adventure tour of authentic experiences.
- Over 20 days is suitable for those who are seeking for a true Vietnam experiences, you will have enough time to visit Vietnam’s top highlight tourist attractions along to the country.

+How much cost for Vietnam tour?

The cost of Vietnam tour is depended on many elements. First of all, you need to determine how many people participating the tour, then how long will you stay, rate of accommodations, places to visit and activities during the tour…

Traveling as a group will help the members save their money since people can share the cost of transportation, tour guide and so on…

+Is tipping customary in Vietnam?

Tipping is not customary in Vietnam, but a small amount of gratuity would be appreciated by servers, drivers, tour guides since they would know that their customers has been satisfied with their works

Since tipping is not mandatory in Vietnam, there is also no specific amount of gratuity that you should tip. You could tip to the staffs based on your satisfaction to the services.

Also, tipping is more common in the main cities of Vietnam, such as Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh city and Da Nang than in the rural area of Vietnam.

+What to pack for Vietnam tour?
- Visa and required documents
- A backpack for outdoor activities
- Suitable clothes for season and activities
- Personal medical kit (with recommended items)
- Electronic devices and chargers
- Comfortable sneakers

And some optional things to pack to Vietnam…

+Do I need a visa for Vietnam tour?

“Do I need a visa for Vietnam?”

The answer of Yes or No depends on your nationality, how long you will stay, what you come to Vietnam for and some requirements for exemption…

+Is Vietnam safe to visit?

The answer is “Yes”. Vietnam is considered as one of the safest countries to travel to in the world, based on many reasons

- Vietnam’s politic condition is stable, with a one-party system, no violence, protests and worry-free from terrorism
- Muggings, robberies, pickpockets, sexual assaults are rarely happen in public. The police always try their best to guarantee safety condition in public and residential areas.
- Scams toward tourists might happen in some tourist attractions, especially the main ones, but nowadays are well controlled by Government and become better and better
- The locals are really friendly and hospitable. You will feel safe while visiting Vietnam and everyone around is always willing to help.

+Is Vietnam friendly to foreigners?

Vietnamese people are very kind and welcoming to foreigners. The country was also listed in top 10 countries worth living with foreigners. Hospitality is like a signature of Vietnamese people, since the parents always teach their young children that they should have the sympathy, and help others whenever they are able to.

+Is Vietnam LGBTQ+ friendly destination?

The LGBTQ+ community is now gaining more and more recognition and support in Vietnam, with gay pride parade becoming annually celebrated. Homosexuality has never been criminalized in Vietnam, and recently, in 2015, the National Assembly passed a bill that would make it legal for transgender individuals to change their gender on legal documents to reflect their true gender identity.

However, the Pride is still a “new” in Vietnam and the country is somewhat still conservative. But not only with gay couples. It is generally recommended that both gay and straight couples resist showing public displays of affection.