Vietnam Honeymoon Vacation is very romantic A 14-day tour where you will create wonderful memories for your special occasion.
Visit Hanoi, the charming Capital City, Cruise Halong Bay.
Stay 3 days in Nha Trang, one of Vietnam;s most beautiful beach resort. Explore Hoi An, with its canals and colorful former French colonial building.. In 1999, UNESCO recognized this ancient city as a World Heritage Site.
These are just some of the finest honeymoon destinations you can dream of but the tour may also be ideal for your anniversary vacations or any other special occasion
At a glance
|Day 1||Welcome to Hanoi. Transfer to your hotel|
|Day 2||Hanoi city tour|
|Day 3||Drive through the Red River Delta to Ha Long Bay|
|Day 4||Return to Hanoi & Flight to Hue|
|Day 5||Hue City tour & cruise down the Perfume River|
|Day 6||Set out on a spectacular drive to Hoi An|
|Day 7||Hoi An Free & Easy|
|Day 8||Hoi An Free & Easy|
|Day 9||Short flight to Nha Trang|
|Day 10||Free time in Nha Trang|
|Day 11||Day free in Nha Trang|
|Day 12||Flight to Saigon. Remainder of the Day at leisure|
|Day 13||Full Day Cai Be Floating Market & Mekong Delta|
|Day 14||Last Day in Vietnam. Transfer to Saigon Airport|
> Daily departures
> Private Guide for each tour including entrance fees
> Explore Hanoi on an unforgettable "Xich Lo" (tricycle) ride
> Cruise on the "Bay of Descending Dragons (Ha Long) enjoying some spectacular scenery
> See the tranquil and serene tombs of Hue hidden within luscious forests and surrounded by a beautiful lake
> Drive through the stunning Marble Mountains before arriving in Hoi An
> Swim and sunbathe on the beaches of Nha Trang
> Learn how to knit a beautiful water hyacinth hat and bake jack leaves cakes
Ha Long – Hanoi – Hue by Flight (B/ Brunch)
- This morning we take a small bamboo boat to visit Luon; a beautiful tunnel cave set within a lagoon.
- We re-board our boat and continue cruising the bay; through the old part of Ha Long City; known as the fishing town and the new built harbor bridge; whilst we enjoy our seafood brunch before heading back to the pier for our return to Hanoi.
- Return to Hanoi; with time to relax or grab a last minute bargain before our late afternoon flight to Hue.
- On arrival in Hue; you will be transferred to your hotel for check-in.
- Overnight at your hotel in Hue.
Hue City Tour (B)
- We commence our exploration and head to one of the most serene and tranquil tombs in Hue; Minh Mang’s Tomb. Set back from the river bank and hidden within the luscious forest area; surrounded by a beautiful lake; this tomb has a peaceful ambience like no other.
- We return to town and visit Hues oldest 19th Century Pagoda; ‘Thien Mu (Heavenly Lady) Pagoda; which is famous for it’s Buddhist Centre teachings.
- Boarding our dragon boat from the base of the Pagoda; we cruise down the Perfume River; watching local fisherman; whilst passing through the banks of Hue’s town.
- After disembarking our boat we enjoy a delicious lunch (pay yourself) at a nearby Garden Restaurant
- After lunch visit the Citadel (Forbidden Purple City); located in Hues town. It is the former living place of the Royal family during the Nguyen dynasty; between the 19th century and mid 20th century.
- Here you will discover the history of Vietnam and the typical architecture of its Imperial construction.
- Overnight at your hotel in Hue.
Hue – Hoi An (B)
- After a relaxing morning, we set out on our spectacular drive to Hoi An.
- Pass through Lang Co fishing village; set within beautiful blue lagoons; before heading up and over the stunning Hai Van Pass; where we stop at the highest point to gaze at the surrounding scenery at 980 meters above sea level.
- A further 20 minutes drive arrive in Da Nang and visit the Cham Museum; built-in 1915; containing intricate ancient Champa sculptures.
- Continue driving to the Marble Mountains; where we climb the marble stairs to reach the peak of the largest mountains of the 5 elements; ‘Thuy Son’ or more commonly known as ‘Water Mountain’.
- Admire the panoramic view of the surrounding mountains; countryside and China Beach and onwards to ‘Huyen Khong’; an underground cave; a former hospital during the War.
- Stop for lunch at China Beach; and take a refreshing dip in the ocean before heading to Hoi An.
- On arrival in Hoi An, we stroll through its quaint streets; visiting an Ancient Chinese Temple; The Chinese Assembly Hall and the Japanese covered bridge.
- The rest of the afternoon is free for you to enjoy the peaceful ambiance of this quaint ancient town or spend some time with the skillful tailors; treating yourself to tailor-made clothes; which Hoi An is renowned for.
- Overnight at your hotel in Hoi An.
- Meet and assist on arrival and departure by our local representative
- Transfer and intercity transportation as per itinerary in AC vehicle
- Domestic Airfares (subject to conditions)
- 13 Nights’ Accommodation in double/twin room at selected hotels
- Meals: as mentioned
- Local English Guide
- Entrance fees
- International flights – Departure & Fuel taxes (Contact us for best airfares)
- Personal expenses, meals and drinks unless otherwise specified
- Travel insurance
- Vietnam Visa fee
- Services not stated in the itinerary
- Rate valid for travel between 01 OCT 18 and 30 APR 19
Contact us for any other date of travel required
Best time to travel to Vietnam
A good time to travel to Vietnam is spring (February to April and again in Autumn (August to October)
Overall, Vietnam enjoys a mild tropical or subtropical climate and aside from a few months a year in the high northern region you'll never need to worry about packing cold-weather gear.
But do bring an umbrella, especially if visiting from July to November, Vietnam's stormiest months.
Vietnam Culture and Greetings
When interacting with a Vietnamese, be sensitive to Vietnam’s history. The person you may talk to may have experienced the struggles of the Vietnam War. Thirty years on many Vietnamese still have physical and mental health problems from the war. Approach any topic regarding this with sensitivity and sympathy.
Objects should be passed, given or received with both hands together. Vietnamese people are generally punctual and expect the same standard from others. The Vietnamese are accustomed to shaking hands. Some Vietnamese might use two hands to shake by resting the left hand on top of the grasp with the other person's hand. Bowing the head while shaking hands indicates respect
Drinks & Food
Vietnamese food is always served fresh and flavourful. You will find lost of fish dishes, cooked with fresh herbs and vegetables. Local cuisine is healthy and light
Discover your environment
Driving is on the right-hand side of the road. Taxis are plentiful and can be flagged down on the street. Make sure the taxi has a meter set before starting your journey. Hiring a bike (Wearing a helmet is a must) for the day is popular and is still Vietnam’s most popular transportation mode, together with motorbikes. Express long-distance trains will take you comfortably between cities
Tipping is very customary, especially in the most important tourist areas. It is appreciated y the receiver as salaries are on the low side and tipping makes up a sizeable side to monthly earning
Local interesting meals:
Drinking an egg-coffee is a must
Pho: Noodle soup usually with meat
Nem: Spring rolls with pork, noodles, egg and mushroom wrapped in rice paper
Banh bao: Steamed dumplings stuffed with onions, pork and other ingredients
Banh MI: French baguette with pickled daikon and carrot, chili, coriander, cucumber and various cold meats
Lau: Vietnamese hot pot
Bia hoi: Fresh beer produced daily and served cold in local bars and very refreshing (Low in alcohol)
Something for everyone…
We take you and your sweetheart to glorious sceneries. The colorful streets of Hanoi, the magnificent Ha Long Bay, the endlessly long seashore of Nha Trang beach and the unforgettable view of Hoi An town in lanterns’ light.
ts mountains, beaches and islands will charm and elevate your honeymoon to its peak. Whether you celebrate your wedding anniversary or sweeten your honeymoon, Vietnam is always one of your best choices.
There is something for everyone in Vietnam, which explains why it is our most popular honeymoon destination. If your idea of romance is lying side-by-side on a beach or lapping up the culture in a busy metropolis, then you have come to the right place.
Vietnam is S-shaped, which lends itself to travel easily. Most start at one end and emerge at the other, tanned and content. With over 3,000km of coastline bordering almost the entire length of the country, you will not be short of beach options.
With three separate weather systems running throughout Vietnam there is always sunshine somewhere.
Culture is on tap in Hanoi or the UNESCO-protected towns of Hue and Hoi An, and outdoor adventure in abundance. In addition, you will find excellent hotels throughout the country, from stunning beach resorts to boutique Resorts.