Hanoi, Da Nang & Ho Chi Minh City Tour Package 8 Days

Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 8 Days Tour
  • 4 Star Hotel
  • Activities
  • Meals
  • Transfer
  • Visa
Why you’ll fall in love with this tour?

Hanoi city tour and Halong Bay cruise tour are two of the most popular tourist attractions in Vietnam. They offer visitors a chance to experience the rich culture and natural beauty of the country in a unique and unforgettable way. Ninh Binh is a province in northern Vietnam known for its scenic natural landscapes and cultural heritage.

 Da Nang and Hoi An are two popular tourist destinations located in central Vietnam. Da Nang is known for its beautiful beaches, while Hoi An is famous for its well-preserved ancient town and cultural heritage.

 Ho Chi Minh City is a bustling metropolis in southern Vietnam with many historical landmarks and vibrant nightlife. The Cu Chi Tunnels are a network of underground tunnels used during the Vietnam War. The Mekong Delta is a beautiful region known for its floating markets and scenic boat tours.

Tour Inclusion

✔︎ 3 Night Accommodation in Bonne Nuit Hotel & Spa Hanoi or Similar. 

✔︎ 2 Night Accommodation in Alani Hotel & Spa Danang or Similar. 

✔︎ 2 Night Accommodation in Palace Hotel Sai Gon or Similar.

✔︎ Meals : 7 Breakfast, 4 Lunch, 1 Dinner. 

✔︎ Afternoon Half Day Hanoi City Tour.

✔︎ Full Day Halong Bay Cruise Tour. 

✔︎ Full Day Ninh Binh (Mua Cave – Hoa Lu – Trang An) Tour.

✔︎ Full Day Linh Ung Pagoda, Marble Mountain & Hoi An Tour. 

✔︎ Full Day Bana Hills Tour.

✔︎ Half Day Ho Chi Minh City Tour. 

✔︎ Full Day Cu Chi Tunnels + Mekong Delta Tour. 

✔︎ All Tour & Activities in Group with English Speaking Guide.

✔︎ All Transfer By Private Vehicle. 

✔︎  Visa 

Tour Exclusion

Travel insurance.

Any Airfare / Train fare.

Tips, laundry & phone call.

All personal expenses.


Upon your arrival in Noi Bai International Airport you will be transferred to your hotel in Hanoi, which is a 1 hours drive from Hanoi Airport. Check in 14:00pm to the hotel .Then time to Afternoon Half Day Hanoi City Tour : Visiting the Temple of Literature (or you might choose one of the museums in Hanoi – Hilton Hanoi, Military museum, Museum of History, Ethnology museum..), then move to the West Lake and pay a visit to the oldest pagoda Tran Quoc. Continue drive to Hoan Kiem Lake and the French Quarter (Old Quarter Hanoi), visit Ngoc Son Temple, The Huc Bridge and Ma May ancient house. A Green Car (or cyclo ride) tour around the Old Quarter to experience the exciting local daily life of Hanoians. Tour ends after a cup of coffee or tea at an authentic Hanoi corner cafe where you can have talks with local people, exchange cultural way of life. End the tour at your hotel. Overnight stay remains at your hotel in Hanoi.

After breakfast, 08h45-09h15: Picking up from hotel and depart for Tuan Chau Island (Halong), stop over for a rest on the way. 11h30-12h00: Arrive Ha Long Harbour, welcome aboard, and safety briefing. The cruise will take you on a 5 hour journey via 2 day-sleeper boat cruise route which renowned for its striking, passages uninhabited islets and outcrops have been given imaginative names by the locals, due to their perceived shapes, including Cock Fighting and Thumb, while enjoy Vietnamese mouth-watering lunch on boat. 13h45-14h00: Arrive Bo Hon archipelago, you will visit Surprising Cave to see a lot of stalagmites and stalagtiles with different shapes of sea lives, then go kayaking or bamboo boat in Luon Cave to discover the beautiful lagoon. Visit Titov Island with sandy beach adjacent to the towering limestone mountain with excellent backdrop of the Bay and climb up Titov Peak for a panoramic view of the bay like paradise. 16h30: Cruising back to Tuan Chau harbor. There are a lot of time for enjoying sunset party with tea, cakes, sunbathing on upper deck with music and enjoying great fun of group touring fellows among world iconic natural scenery. 17h30 – 18h00: Disembark for a bus ride back Hanoi, short break on the way. 20h30 –21h00: Drop off at your hotel trip ends. Overnight stay remains at your hotel in Hanoi. IMPORTANT NOTE: The time to visit Ha Long Bay may be changed depending on the weather in Ha Long or the coordination of the Management Board. Ha Long Bay. Wish you sympathise!

After breakfast, 07h30 – 8h00: Our tour guide and driver will pick you up from the hotel for the bus transfer to Ninh Binh. 09h15: The bus stops on the way for a 15 – 20 minutes short break for you to stretch your legs, use the facilities, or have a quick snack. 10h30: The bus arrives in Hoa Lu, the ancient capital of Vietnam from years 968 to 1010. Then you will visit the Temple of King Dinh and King Le and learn more about Vietnamese history under the Dinh, Le, and Ly Dynasties. Continue the tour for cycling around the village to discover the life of the local people. 12h00: It is time for a buffet lunch to enjoy local specialties in the private area of our Ninh Binh Heritage restaurant. The vegetarian option is also available. 13h00: Continue your trip to Trang An, a World Heritage Site recognized by UNESCO in 2014. While you’re there you can spend 2 hours on the boat ride to enjoy the beauty of this place, which owns a wonderful tunnel cave system and appears in the New Version of Kong in 2016 – “Skull Island”. 15h45: Your next destination is Mua Cave, also known as the “Great Wall of China” in Vietnam. From the foot of the mountain, you can climb 500 steps to reach the mountain’s peak from where you can enjoy the fantastic view of the city and Tam Coc below. 17h00: Get on bus and go back to Ha Noi. 19h30: We arrival in Hanoi and finish the tour. Overnight stay remains at your hotel in Hanoi. IMPORTANT NOTE: Attractions can be visit before or after. However, still ensure to fully visit the locations as scheduled.

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport to board your flight to Da Nang. Our driver will be waiting for you at Da Nang Airport and drive you to your hotel in Da Nang.  14:30-14:45 Driver and guide pick you up from your hotel, visit Linh Ung pagoda - the most important pagoda in Danang for the Buddhist people to come and pray. On the way to Hoi An, we will visit Ngu Hanh Son (Marble Mountain) Marble Mountain is a complex consisting of Kim (Iron Mountain), Mộc (Wood Mountain), Thủy (Water Mountain), Hỏa (Fire Mountain), Thổ (Earth Mountain) symbolizing for 5 main elements of the universe in Asia Culture. You will discover the mysterious beauty of caves combining the sacred atmosphere of Buddhism. Visiting Tam Thai Pagoda, Linh Ung Pagoda. You will admire the masterpieces of exquisite stone sculptures created by the skilful hands of artisans in Non Nuoc village at the foot of the mountain. 18:00 Depart to Hoi An Ancient Town. You will have dinner with a lot of unique local dishes like Cao Lau, Hoanh Thanh, Banh Bao, Banh Vac ... 
Visit Hoi An Acient town, with: Japanese Bridge: This only remain of Japanses culture is now considered as a symbol of Hoi An. Taking a walk on the street along the Hoai River, enjoy the night life of Hoi An Town. Colorful lanterns are hung on in front of the houses, across the streets and paths all around the town, which is going to make you feel peaceful, serene and want to last this walk forever. 21:00 Drop off at your hotel. End of services. Goodbye & see you again! End the tour at your hotel. Overnight stay remains at your hotel in Da Nang.

After breakfast, 07:30-08:30 Our guide and driver will pick you up from your hotel, depart for Ba Na Hill through one of the most beautiful seaside streets of Central Vietnam.
09:00 Arrive in Ba Na, you will have a chance to experience the two – UNESCO - record cable system up to the top of the hill and enjoy the beautiful sight of Mo stream, Toc Tien waterfall with the impressive dazzling white spume. SIGHTSEEING ON BA NA HILL : Hand of the gods hold Vietnam’s Golden Bridge - L’Jardin Zone with French Architecture Building: Tinh Tâm Garden, French Stable, one hundred year-old pomelo tree, Old Villas - Linh Ung Pagoda, 27 meters Buddha Statue, Loc Uyen Garden. 11:30 From Debay station, you will get on the second cable system to move to Nui Chua Peak – the rooftop of Da nang City. Enjoy lunch. Continue the tour with Fantasy Park – one of the most modern indoor game centers of the Asia - Visit Linh Chua Linh Tu temple, enjoy a panoramic view of the whole Da Nang city and Da Nang bay through the mist in a romantic afternoon on Ba Na peak.
Go down by the cable system. Get on coach and return the city centre. 16:30 -17:00 Drop off at your hotel. End tour. Overnight stay remains at your hotel in Da Nang.

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport to board your flight to Ho Chi Minh City. Our driver will be waiting for you at Tan Son Nhat International Airport you will be transferred to your hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, which is a 1 Hour drive from Ho Chi Minh City Airport. Check in 14:00pm to the hotel. 13:00-13:30 tour guide pick up at your hotel or at our office War Remnants Museum: a war museum contains exhibits relating to the First Indochina War and the Vietnam War. Independence Palace: is a place classified as a special national monument. This place has witnessed many historical events in the country. Especially the event of Liberation of the South to reunify the country on April 30, 1975. Nhà thờ Đức Bà: Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon, officially Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of The Immaculate Conception is a cathedral located in downtown Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Established by French colonists who initially named it the Church of Saigon, the cathedral was constructed between 1863 and 1880. Saigon Central Post Office: The Ho Chi Minh City Post Office, or the Saigon Central Post Office. The building was constructed when Vietnam was part of French Indochina in the late 19th century. Then Overnight stay remains at your hotel in Ho Chi Minh City.

After breakfast, 07:30-0830 tour guide pick up at your hotel. The trip to Cu Chi will take you an approximately one and a half-hour bus drive. Before exploring the tunnels: You will watch an introductory video about how the tunnels were made and how Vietnamese people survived in the harsh conditions of the wartime. Spend your time exploring the remaining areas and tunnel system: Which include special living areas with kitchens and bedrooms side by side with other martial facilities like weapons factories, field hospitals, and command centers helping whoever lives inside the tunnels meet their basic needs. Besides, there are also many hidden trap doors and dangerous traps within the maze-like tunnels for the security purpose during the war. Break time: Special tea and cassava (guerrillas’ food during the war) will be served. Lunch: Have lunch at the local restaurant. Continue to visit My Tho city: With boat trip on Tien River, you will be excited by the light breeze from the river and the natural beauty of four beautiful islands such as Dragon, Unicorn, Phoenix and Tortoise along the riverside. Visit Ben Tre: Cruise through the small canal by sampan, treating yourself to the beauty of the countryside, and taking a short cycling around the village which will certainly be an unforgettable experience when participating in the Mekong Delta tour. Visit the coconut candy workshop, and enjoy seasonal delicious fruits & honey tea. Get a chance to listen to the Southern Vietnamese folk music which is performed by local people. Return to Ho Chi Minh City end tour. Overnight stay remains at your hotel in Ho Chi Minh City.

Last day in Ho Chi Minh City, breakfast at the hotel, pack your luggage, and enjoy your last moment in Ho Chi Minh City. Depend on your flight time, our driver will transfer you to the airport. IMPORTANT NOTE: Hotel check-out time is 12:00 but you still can order a late check-out with a surcharge.


Hanoi is the capital city of Vietnam and is known for its rich history, culture, and architecture. It is a city that has a unique blend of traditional and modern elements. Hanoi is known for its beautiful lakes, parks, and temples. The Old Quarter of Hanoi is a must-visit for tourists as it is a hub of activity with a wide range of shops, restaurants, and street food vendors. The city is also known for its museums, including the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, the Ho Chi Minh Museum, and the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum. Hanoi is famous for its cuisine, with dishes like pho and bun cha being popular worldwide. Overall, Hanoi is a vibrant and bustling city that offers visitors a unique taste of Vietnamese culture.

Halong Bay is one of the most beautiful and popular tourist destinations in Vietnam. With its stunning scenery, it's no surprise that many visitors choose to explore the bay by taking a cruise. Choosing the right cruise can be a challenging task, as there are so many options available. Here are some factors to consider when choosing a Halong Bay cruise: Budget: Halong Bay cruises can vary greatly in price, so it's essential to have a clear idea of your budget before you start looking. Determine how much you are willing to spend and stick to it. Length of the Cruise: Halong Bay cruises can range from a few hours to several days. Decide how much time you want to spend on the cruise and choose a package that suits your itinerary. Type of Cruise: There are different types of Halong Bay cruises available, including luxury cruises, mid-range cruises, and budget cruises. Luxury cruises tend to offer more amenities and activities, but they are also more expensive. Itinerary: Look for a cruise that covers the places you want to visit. Some cruises focus on the most popular destinations, while others offer off-the-beaten-track experiences. Reviews: Read reviews from previous customers to get an idea of the quality of service offered by the cruise. Look for reviews from travelers with similar tastes and interests to yours. By considering these factors, you can find the perfect Halong Bay cruise that meets your needs and budget.

Both Halong Bay and Ninh Binh are beautiful destinations in Vietnam that offer different experiences to visitors. Halong Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known for its stunning emerald waters, towering limestone cliffs, and thousands of islets. Visitors can take a cruise around the bay, explore hidden caves, and even go kayaking. Halong Bay is a popular destination for tourists, so it can get crowded during peak season. On the other hand, Ninh Binh is a quieter and more peaceful destination that offers a glimpse into rural Vietnam. Here, visitors can explore the stunning Tam Coc caves on a traditional sampan boat, visit the Bai Dinh Pagoda, and take a bike ride through the rice paddies. Ninh Binh is a great option for those who want to escape the crowds and experience a more authentic side of Vietnam. Ultimately, whether Halong Bay or Ninh Binh is better depends on your personal preferences. If you prefer more touristy destinations with lots of activities, Halong Bay may be the better choice. If you prefer a quieter, more rural experience, Ninh Binh may be the better option for you.

Absolutely! Hoi An is a charming ancient town located in central Vietnam, and it is definitely worth a visit. The town is known for its well-preserved architecture, which reflects the various cultures that have influenced it over the centuries. The town's narrow streets are lined with historic buildings, including traditional Chinese temples, wooden shop-houses, and French colonial buildings. In addition to its fascinating architecture, Hoi An is also famous for its vibrant food scene. The town is known for its delicious street food, which includes dishes like cao lau, a noodle dish made with pork and local greens, and banh mi, a Vietnamese-style sandwich. Finally, Hoi An is also a great place to shop for souvenirs and handicrafts. The town is famous for its tailor shops, which can create custom-made clothing in just a few hours, as well as its lanterns, which are sold in shops throughout the town. All in all, Hoi An is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Vietnam. Its unique blend of history, culture, and food make it a fascinating place to explore.

Ba Na Hills is a resort located in the Truong Son Mountains, about 40 km west of Da Nang, Vietnam. The resort is famous for its French village, which was built in the early 20th century, and was once a popular retreat for French colonists. However, during the Vietnam War, the area became a battleground, and the village was destroyed. In the early 1990s, a new company began to develop the area, with the goal of turning it into a tourist destination. The company built a cable car system that transports visitors from the foot of the mountains to the top of Ba Na Hills, where the French village has been rebuilt. Today, Ba Na Hills is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. Visitors can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding mountains, explore the French village, and experience a wide range of activities, including zip-lining, hiking, and visiting the resort's amusement park.

Ho Chi Minh City is definitely worth visiting! It is a vibrant and bustling city with a rich history and culture. One of the top attractions is the War Remnants Museum, which provides a sobering but informative glimpse into the Vietnam War. You can also visit landmarks such as the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon and the Central Post Office, both of which have a unique blend of French colonial and Vietnamese architectural styles. Additionally, Ho Chi Minh City is known for its delicious food, and there are many street food vendors and restaurants to choose from. You can try local specialties such as pho, banh mi, and com tam. For a more modern experience, there are also many trendy cafes and bars throughout the city. Overall, Ho Chi Minh City offers a great mix of history, culture, and cuisine, making it a must-visit destination in Vietnam.

While it is possible to visit both the Cu Chi Tunnels and the Mekong Delta in one day, it would be a very rushed and tiring experience. The Cu Chi Tunnels are located about 70 km from Ho Chi Minh City, and it takes about 2 hours to get there. The site itself is quite large and has a lot to see, with tours usually lasting around 2-3 hours. After visiting the Cu Chi Tunnels, it would take another 2-3 hours to get to the Mekong Delta, which is located about 130 km from Ho Chi Minh City. The Mekong Delta is a vast area with many different towns and attractions, so it is not possible to see everything in just a few hours. In short, while it is technically possible to visit both sites in one day, it would be a rushed and exhausting experience, and you would not be able to fully appreciate everything that both places have to offer. It would be better to split the two destinations into separate days to fully enjoy each experience.

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