Whether you cycle through rural villages or explore limestone caves, you’ll feel inspired by Vietnam’s natural beauty and thriving communities. But you’ll also love the buzzing energy of its cities, with their chaotic markets and colonial-era cafes, sparkling malls, and hip rooftop lounges. This 11-day classic trip is designed with first-time travellers in mind, and takes you all the way from the capital city of Hanoi to the lantern city of Hoi An and the Mekong Delta.
The highlight of this trip is a stay in the stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site of Tam Coc, which is a natural paradise full of tranquil rice paddies and hundreds of limestone karsts that rise out of calm waters. You can take a boat tour of this beautiful area, or hike up to the Hai Van Pass, which is one of the highest points in the country.
There are so many amazing caves to see in this part of the country, and you can get involved with tours that last anywhere from an hour day trips up to five days or more. These tours will see you crossing rivers, hiking through pristine jungle and visiting ethnic minority villages.
The peak season in Northern Vietnam is from April to May and September to October, when the weather is fine and dry. This is when you’ll be able to take advantage of the excellent hiking and sailing in Ha Long Bay, while prices are lower. 다낭 붐붐 특징 및 추천