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Halong Bay: Overnight Huong Hai Junk Cruise; Hanoi city tour; Northern Vietnam tribal encounter; Hue: Perfume River sampan trip; Charming, historic Hoi An; Saigon & Cu Chi tunnel complex; Mekong Delta boat trip
Dates & PricesTo book this tour, please refer to the sidebar ►
Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Tue 11 Nov 2014||Tue 25 Nov 2014||$2470|
|Sat 20 Dec 2014||Sat 03 Jan 2015||$2470|
|Tue 13 Jan 2015||Tue 27 Jan 2015||$2470|
|Tue 03 Feb 2015||Tue 17 Feb 2015||$2470|
|Tue 10 Mar 2015||Tue 24 Mar 2015||$2470|
|Tue 10 Nov 2015||Tue 24 Nov 2015||$2470|
|Sun 20 Dec 2015||Sun 03 Jan 2016||$2470|
Optional Single Supplement: $520 (number of singles limited).
This 15-day tour begins in the beautiful Hanoi with its sprawling lakes, beaches and parks. You will be quick to examine the magnificence of this country under a closer eye as you embark on a cruise that takes you through the Halong Bay in the Gulf of Tonkin. Watch as local fishermen go about their daily work as you drift through the many limestone peaks and sandy-edged islands and enjoy a priceless insight into the lives of rural Vietnamese citizens. Halong means "where the dragon descends into the sea" and after witnessing your surroundings, this reference might make the legend seem all too real. Before leaving Hanoi, you will have the opportunity to enter one of the many museums and temples. This country's turbulent past is revealed at the underground tunnels of Chu Chi near Ho Chi Minh City, where 10, 000 people lived during the Vietnam War might prove interesting. Travelling from one village to the next, you will encounter the busy artisans working at the foot of Marble Mountain or the World Heritage Site of My Son, a complex containing many Hindu relics.
Joan M. (Toronto, ON, CA)
I enjoyed all the excursions; all were interesting, informative and worth doing. All local guides were good. Transportation was excellent. We generally had the use of a large bus which gave room to spread out. Yes the meal plan met my expectations. I especially liked the selection of local restaurants and local cuisine for lunches and dinners (this contrasts very favourably with a previous tour - with another company - which generally used hotel buffets for dinners). A couple of special meals in private homes were especially interesting. The tour leader did an excellent job of managing the many food restrictions amongst the group, including my shellfish allergy. She also selected "western" options from time to time to provide a welcome break from local cuisine. Our tour leader did an excellent job throughout. Excellent tour.
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