Tam Coc, often described as the inland version of Halong Bay, is best appreciated on a languorous row-boat ride with the soundtrack of the river lapping against the oars. With limestone outcrops amid serene rice paddies, Tam Coc is at its best from late May to late June when the crops turn yellow against the emerald river water. The tour also introduces Hoa Lu, the ancient capital of Vietnam
Majestic and mysterious, inspiring and imperious; words alone cannot do justice to the natural wonder that is Halong Bay. For travelers that are running short of time but still want to have a vision of this World Heritage breathtaking beauty, let’s join us in a full day group tour on Alova cruise to have an overview of Halong Bay with 4-hour cruising on the bay.
Hanoi, a city of more than 1,000 years history, the antique & dynamic capital of Vietnam, the elegance of the old colonial buildings or the mish-mash of the narrow streets in the Old Quarter sit easily with more modern additions. Join us today to explore hidden charm of this beautiful city.
Ho Chi Minh city (formerly named Saigon) is the largest city of Vietnam with fast developing pace & a lively atmosphere. Following our tour guide to explore all the historical landmarks of the city and help yourself bargain at the two busiest markets of Ben Thanh and Cho Lon (Binh Tay market in China Town)
In this journey, we capture the essence of Vietnam exploring the Northern & Southern parts. Visiting charming capital of Hanoi, World Heritage Sites of serene Trang An Complex and scenic Halong Bay, the hustle and bustle of Saigon as well as peaceful Mekong Delta. Vietnam’s best features will be shown little by little each day we travel. You will not only experience the beauties in nature or culture but Vietnamese people’s kindness and friendliness in each place we set foot in. This is a comprehensive trip for travelers who want to discover the best of Vietnam in a limited time.
Stretching over 3,200 kilometers in length with mountains, rivers, forests and long beautiful beaches, Vietnam is one of Asia’s most diverse and fascinating countries. This 11-day Chao Vietnam tour welcome you to the country’s three main regions diversified in culture and nature. Start with the vibrancy of the South to the historic charm of the Central provinces before concluding with the beauty and the natural splendor and majesty of the North. Each place we’ve chosen is a must-try and will worth every of your time and effort. Amazed by the beauty of Halong Bay, Trang An or Hai Van pass, feeling impressed by the richness in culture of Hanoi, Hue and Hoi An and surprising about the effort and hardship of Vietnam people during the world in Cu Chi tunnels are what you will get once joining with us in an adventure.
The North of Vietnam has so many things to offer from more than 1,000 year-old Hanoi to scenic Sapa, not to mention the must-not-miss Halong Bay World Heritage. Well programmed in more than a week, you will have chance to visit historical city icons of Hanoi, meet up with colorful mountainous hill tribes, explore local street food and try your hands on learning to cook Vietnamese traditional dishes. Trip ends with relaxing time on board an amazing Halong cruise.
In this journey, the UNESCO heritage towns of Hoi An and Hue await your discovery. Having served as the old imperial capital city, Hue still remains the cultural heart of the country with its many ancient buildings, museums and buildings. Hoi An was once an important trading port town and the traditional shophouses and small lane-ways offer a glimpse into Vietnam’s storied past. Let’s us take you to enjoy the best that Central Vietnam has to offer.
Tonkin, the northern most part of Vietnam is a charming and elegant land with two World Heritage Sites of Halong Bay and Trang An Landscape Complex. The region is also rich in diversified culture of different ethnic groups, from the dominant Kinh people in the Red River Delta to many mountainous hill tribes in up north Sapa. Follow us and together discover the best parts of this amazing area.