Spellbinding Vietnam Tour Package 10 Days

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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  • 10 Days Tour
  • 4 Star Hotel
  • Activities
  • Meals
  • Transfer
  • Visa
Why you’ll fall in love with this tour?

Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is a vibrant metropolis in Vietnam, known for its rich history, French colonial architecture, bustling markets, and the iconic Cu Chi tunnels.

Da Nang, a vibrant city in Vietnam, is famous for its sandy beaches, French colonial ports, and the scenic Marble Mountains. It’s a popular tourist destination with a rich cultural heritage.

Hanoi the capital of Vietnam, is known for its centuries-old architecture, vibrant culture, and rich history. This bustling city blends French colonial influences with ancient Vietnamese traditions beautifully.

Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Vietnam, is renowned for its emerald waters and thousands of towering limestone islands topped with rainforests. A must-visit natural wonder.

Tour Inclusion

✔︎ 3 Night Accommodation in Palace Hotel Sai Gon or Similar.

✔︎ 3 Night Accommodation in Alani Hotel & Spa Danang or Similar.

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

✔︎ Meals : 10 Breakfast, 6 Lunch, 1 Dinner. 

✔︎ Afternoon Half Day Ho Chi Minh City Tour.

✔︎ Full Day Cu Chi Tunnels + Mekong Delta Tour. 

✔︎ Full Day Mue Ne Tour. 

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

✔︎ Full Day Bana Hills Tour.

✔︎ Full Day Hue Tour.

✔︎ Afternoon Half Day Hanoi City Tour. 

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

✔︎ Full Day Halong Bay Cruise 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 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.

After breakfast, 07h30-08h30: Tour guide pick up at your hotel. Enjoy a comfortable and leisurely 2.5-3 hour drive to Mui Ne, ensuring a relaxing travel experience. ARRIVEL AND LUNCH: Upon arrival in Mui Ne around 12-12:30 pm, delight in a delectable lunch to energize yourself for the day's escapades. FAIIRY STREAM EXPLORE: Join our skilled driver and tour guide as we venture to the enchanting Fairy Stream (Suoi Tien) and immerse ourselves in the mini-version of the renowned Red Canyon. Let the gentle stream guide us through the captivating red sand dunes. VISIT THE FISHING VILLAGE: Immerse yourself in the vibrant Mui Ne fishing village, where you can witness the daily lives of local fishermen and observe their fishing activities along the picturesque shoreline. WHITE SAND DUNES: Prepare for the pinnacle of the tour as we lead you to the breathtaking White Sand Dunes, widely regarded as the most beautiful place in Mui Ne. Ascend to the summit and witness the awe-inspiring sunset Our specially-equipped jeep will be at your disposal, allowing you to explore the central area of the dunes at no additional cost (if choose option 2). RED SAND DUNES: Embark on a captivating journey to the striking Red Sand Dunes, offering a striking backdrop of vibrant red sands. After go back to Ho Chi Minh City. 18h00: We arrival in Ho Chi Minh City and finish the tour. Overnight stay remains at your hotel in Ho Chi Minh City.

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, 07:30 – 08:30 Driver and guide pick you up from your hotel, depart to Hue crossing Hai Van Tunnel. Which is the longest and the most modern tunnels in the Southeast Asia. 10:30 Arrive in Hue, you will visit Khai Dinh Tomb – the most beautiful royal tombs of Nguyen’s Dynasty Kings. 12:30 Have lunch, take a break in restaurant. 13:30 After that, we will continue to visit: Thien Mu Pagoda, Hue's oldest and most beautiful pagoda, considered as the symbol of religion and spirit of Hue people. Hue Citadel: which was recognized by UNESCO as World Cultural Heritage in 1993. Experienced many vicissitudes of history, Hue Citadel is still long-lasting and remain the cherished values. Learn about the 13 Nguyen dynasty kings ruled for over 140 years. 17:30 Drop off at your hotel trip ends. Overnight stay remains at your hotel in Da Nang.

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, 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, 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!

Last day in Hanoi, breakfast at the hotel, pack your luggage, and enjoy your last moment in Hanoi. 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.


Visiting Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, offers an enchanting blend of East and West, tradition and modernity. This city serves as a testament to Vietnam's rich culture and history, making it a must-visit destination for travelers seeking an immersive cultural experience. One of the primary reasons to visit Hanoi is its vibrant Old Quarter. This area is the heart of Hanoi's local life, where narrow streets are lined with French colonial architecture, traditional Vietnamese homes, and countless shops selling everything from local handicrafts to exquisite silk garments. Walking through the Old Quarter, you'll be captivated by the scent of street food, the sound of bustling markets, and the sight of locals going about their daily lives. It's a living museum where every corner tells a story. Moreover, Hanoi is a city of serene landscapes amidst the urban hustle. The iconic Hoan Kiem Lake, located in the city center, offers a peaceful escape with its tranquil waters and the legendary Turtle Tower sitting in the middle. Just a short drive from Hanoi, you can find the breathtaking beauty of Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its emerald waters and thousands of towering limestone islands topped by rainforests. Whether you're exploring the rich cultural heritage in the city or seeking tranquility in nature, Hanoi promises an unforgettable journey that captivates both your heart and soul.

Yes, Ninh Binh can indeed be a day trip from Hanoi, offering a delightful escape to one of Vietnam's most scenic regions. Situated about 100 kilometers south of Hanoi, it is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, often referred to as "Halong Bay on Land" due to its towering limestone karsts and serene waterways. The journey from Hanoi to Ninh Binh takes approximately 2 to 2.5 hours by car or bus, making it perfectly feasible for a day trip. However, to truly immerse yourself in the natural beauty and historical sites of Ninh Binh, an early start is advisable. Once in Ninh Binh, there are several must-visit attractions. The Tam Coc boat tours offer a serene experience, gliding along the Ngo Dong River with stunning views of the karsts and rice fields. For those interested in history and architecture, the ancient capital of Hoa Lu provides insights into Vietnam's past with its preserved temples. The Mua Cave offers panoramic views of the landscape, accessible by climbing nearly 500 steps - a challenge that's rewarded with breathtaking vistas. To maximize your day trip, planning is key. Prioritize the sites you wish to visit and consider booking a guided tour to efficiently navigate the region and gain deeper insights into its history and culture. While it's possible to experience the highlights of Ninh Binh in a single day, the area's rich natural beauty and tranquil atmosphere might leave you wishing for more time to explore.

Deciding between spending more time in Da Nang or Hoi An is like choosing between the vibrancy of a modern city and the tranquil charm of a historic town. Both destinations offer unique experiences that cater to different tastes and preferences. Da Nang, with its rapid development, presents a dynamic urban environment. It's home to the iconic Dragon Bridge, which breathes fire and water on weekend nights, creating a spectacular sight. The city's beaches, like My Khe Beach, are renowned for their pristine beauty and are perfect for those who enjoy water activities or simply want to relax by the sea. For nature enthusiasts, the Marble Mountains offer caves, temples, and panoramic views. Da Nang's culinary scene is also vibrant, offering a mix of traditional Vietnamese dishes and international cuisine. Hoi An, on the other hand, is a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its well-preserved Ancient Town, exuding a timeless charm. Walking through its lantern-lit streets, you can't help but feel transported to another era. Hoi An is famous for its tailor shops, where you can have clothes custom-made at affordable prices. The town's culinary scene is unique, with local specialties like Cao Lau and Banh Mi Phuong. For a deeper cultural immersion, you can visit the nearby Tra Que Vegetable Village or take a boat ride on the Thu Bon River. Ultimately, the choice between Da Nang and Hoi An depends on what you seek from your visit. If you crave the hustle and bustle of a city with a mix of beaches and nightlife, Da Nang is the place to be. If you're looking for a slower pace, with more emphasis on history, culture, and a quaint atmosphere, Hoi An will enchant you. Many travelers find a balance by staying in one location and making day trips to the other, as they are only about 30 minutes apart by road. This way, you can enjoy the best of both worlds.

Visiting Ba Na Hills, an enchanting resort and theme park located in the Central Vietnamese city of Da Nang, is akin to stepping into a world where European medieval architecture and the lush landscapes of Southeast Asia converge. To fully immerse yourself in the wonder and magic of Ba Na Hills, allocating a full day is advisable. This allows you to explore its many attractions without feeling rushed. The journey begins with a scenic cable car ride, which holds several world records, including the longest non-stop single track cable car at over 5,800 meters. This ride alone, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and coastline, is worth the trip. Once at the top, you can wander through the French Village, reminiscent of a 19th-century European town, visit the Linh Ung Pagoda with its striking 27-meter tall Buddha statue, and enjoy the various gardens, including the Fantasy Park indoor amusement park. Given the variety of sights and activities, including exploring the Golden Bridge (Cau Vang) held aloft by giant stone hands, which has become an iconic image of Vietnam, it's clear why a full day is recommended. Starting early will help you avoid some of the crowds and make the most of the cooler morning temperatures. Remember to wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a camera to capture the stunning scenery and architectural marvels. Ba Na Hills is not just a tourist attraction; it's an experience that combines cultural exploration with amusement and relaxation in a uniquely picturesque setting.

Absolutely, a day trip from Da Nang to Hue is not only possible but also a highly recommended experience for those looking to explore the rich history and stunning landscapes of Central Vietnam. Situated roughly 100 kilometers apart, these two cities are connected by the picturesque Hai Van Pass, which offers breathtaking views of the coast and is often highlighted as one of the most beautiful coastal roads in the world. Starting your journey early from Da Nang, you can reach Hue in about 2 to 3 hours, depending on the mode of transportation and the time spent enjoying the scenic views along the Hai Van Pass. Once in Hue, immerse yourself in the city's profound history by visiting the Imperial City, a vast complex of palaces, gates, and temples that was once the capital of the Nguyen Dynasty. Don't miss the Thien Mu Pagoda, Hue's oldest and most iconic religious site, overlooking the Perfume River. Besides historical sites, Hue offers a rich culinary tradition with distinct flavors that differ from the rest of Vietnam. Sampling local dishes such as Bun Bo Hue (a spicy beef noodle soup) or Banh Khoai (a savory pancake) can be a delightful way to round off your day trip before heading back to Da Nang. Though the journey is relatively brief, planning ahead to prioritize which attractions you wish to visit can help maximize your time in Hue, making a day trip both feasible and fulfilling.

Exploring Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), formerly known as Saigon, is an adventure into the vibrant heart of Vietnam's economic and cultural hub. This bustling metropolis offers a blend of historical remnants, modern skyscrapers, and a unique street life that captivates every visitor. To truly immerse yourself in the essence of HCMC, it's essential to approach it with curiosity and openness, ready to embrace its chaotic charm. Firstly, navigating HCMC is an experience in itself, with its notorious traffic and maze of streets. The most authentic way to explore is by motorbike, either by renting one yourself (if you're confident in the hectic traffic) or by hopping on a motorbike taxi (known as "xe ôm") or using ride-hailing apps like Grab. This allows for flexibility in exploring off-the-beaten-path locales. However, for those seeking a slower pace, walking in districts 1 and 3 reveals hidden gems not visible from the bustling main roads, and the city's public bus system offers a comprehensive and affordable way to get around. Key attractions include the War Remnants Museum, a poignant reminder of Vietnam's turbulent past, and the Reunification Palace, which stands as a symbol of the country's reunification. For a taste of local life, nothing beats the Ben Thanh Market, where you can haggle for souvenirs, textiles, and sample local delicacies. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the city's dynamic culinary scene, from street food stalls serving Pho and Banh Mi to upscale restaurants offering modern Vietnamese cuisine. To truly soak in the city's atmosphere, visit District 1's rooftop bars at sunset for panoramic views of HCMC, or take a leisurely cruise along the Saigon River. Exploring the city's diverse neighborhoods, such as the historic French Quarter or the trendy District 2, provides insight into its multifaceted identity. With its rich history, vibrant culture, and friendly locals, Ho Chi Minh City is a destination that invites exploration at every turn, promising an unforgettable experience.

Combining a visit to the Cu Chi Tunnels and the Mekong Delta into a single trip is an ambitious yet entirely feasible plan, especially for travelers eager to experience a rich slice of Vietnam's history, culture, and natural beauty within a limited timeframe. Both destinations offer unique insights into Vietnam's past and present, making them must-visit sites for anyone traveling in the region. The Cu Chi Tunnels, located about 70 kilometers northwest of Ho Chi Minh City, are an extensive underground network used by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War. This historical site provides a profound insight into the ingenuity and resilience of the Vietnamese people during the conflict. Tours typically involve exploring the tunnels, witnessing the various booby traps, and understanding the living conditions of the soldiers. The Mekong Delta, on the other hand, is a vibrant and lush area to the south of Ho Chi Minh City, known for its winding rivers, floating markets, and rich biodiversity. It's a place where life is adapted to the water, with communities living in houses perched on stilts along the riverbanks and trading goods on boats.

Mui Ne, known for its stunning sand dunes, beautiful beaches, and crystal-clear waters, has become a must-visit destination for those exploring Vietnam. While it is certainly possible to visit Mui Ne as a day trip from Ho Chi Minh City, it's important to consider the logistics and what you hope to get out of the experience. The distance between Ho Chi Minh City and Mui Ne is approximately 220 kilometers, which translates to a four to five-hour journey one way by car or bus. This means that if you're planning a day trip, a significant portion of your time will be spent traveling. Tour operators do offer day trips, which typically start very early in the morning and return late at night. These tours are designed to hit all the high points of Mui Ne, including the famous Red and White Sand Dunes, the Fairy Stream, and the Fishing Village, providing a whirlwind tour of the area's natural beauty. However, to truly appreciate Mui Ne, a longer stay is recommended. Spending a night or two allows you to not only visit the main attractions at a more leisurely pace but also to enjoy the sunrise or sunset over the sand dunes, a magical experience that is not to be missed. Additionally, a longer visit gives you the opportunity to explore the local cuisine, relax on the beach, and perhaps even try your hand at kitesurfing, for which Mui Ne is renowned. In conclusion, while Mui Ne can technically be visited as a day trip from Ho Chi Minh City, doing so would require a lot of travel for a relatively short amount of time spent enjoying the destination. For those who can spare the time, staying a few days will provide a far more satisfying and enriching experience.

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    Vietnam Explorer Tours is praised for its well-thought-out itineraries that cover key attractions as well as hidden gems, ensuring travelers get a well-rounded view of the country. From the bustling streets of Hanoi and the scenic beauty of Halong Bay to the historic charm of Hoi An and the dynamic energy of Ho Chi Minh City, their tours promise an in-depth exploration of Vietnam’s diverse landscapes and cultures. What sets them apart is their commitment to authentic experiences, including street food tours, homestays with local families, and visits to traditional villages, allowing travelers to dive deep into the Vietnamese way of life.

    Their customer service is another highlight, with personalized attention that caters to individual preferences and needs. Travelers have noted the responsiveness and professionalism of the Vietnam Explorer Tours team, ensuring smooth and hassle-free journeys. Guides are knowledgeable and passionate, adding a personal touch with their insights and stories about Vietnam’s history, culture, and people. Whether you’re an adventure seeker, a culture enthusiast, or simply looking to relax and take in the beauty of Vietnam. Thanks For Everything.

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