If you first time visit Vietnam or visit less than 5 times, i am sure you still can not visit most of the beautiful places, this article is for you.

Vietnam tours are a great chance for you to discover the lands and experience the ever changing life of Vietnam, the country of breathtaking natural beauty to which can be added a rich historical heritage experienced through interesting sites. Owing to stretching the length of the Indochinese Peninsula, Vietnam boasts a unique shape of an elongated S with a long coastline of 3,260km across the North, the Centre, and the South, whereas, each region offers its unique culture and unmistakable landscapes: from pristine beaches to mighty mountains, from buzzing city life to the tranquil villages, from amazement to the thrills and spill

A country of arresting beauty and proud traditions, Vietnam is both the hustle and bustle of modern life and the tranquility of a bygone time. Its landscapes range from the Red River Delta in the north to the Mekong Delta in the south, with stretches of unspoiled beaches, verdant forests and soaring peaks in between. Add a delightfully complex cuisine - a fusion of French-colonial influences and local staples — and incredible cultural diversity, and you have a recipe for the trip of a lifetime.

Vietnam tours are the exotic tourist destinations with friendly people, long history, rich culture and customs, skillful art and architecture, as well as the spectacular landscapes. Vietnam is blessed to have beauty fulfilling almost all tourists’ desire to see and feel with their all senses. No matter what you look for from relaxing, discovering or even refreshing, no matter when you come to Vietnam and no matter whom you come along with, Vietnam offers the best for you. And we, locals who desire to deliver the best of Vietnam, are more than happy to customize different kinds of Vietnam tours to best fit with your travelling style and give you the most beautiful memories of our little country.

If you are wondering how to plan a perfect tour package to Vietnam , our guide may help you in learning where to go, when to visit and what to prepare before packing up. Trust Dong Travel, you will never regret visiting Vietnam tours. Enjoy your reading!

Vietnam tours for family

What is a better way to gather all family members together than a family tour? Vietnam, located in the Southeast Asia Region, may be the one of the ideal destinations for your next family tour. With numerous choices for outdoor activities: Kayaking, Swimming in Halong Bay, biking trip and bamboo boat trip in the Water coconut forest in Hoi An Ancient Town, the kids’ spirit will be risen every time. In addition to the local friendliness, a wide range of delicious cuisine, local lessons on history and culture as well as the traditional workshop to make the regional souvenirs will surely blow your family away.

If you are seeking for a perfect family holiday to tight the whole family members’ relationship and make valuable memories together, please don’t skip our Vietnam Family Holidays & Vietnam tours. This group includes “Family Popular Tour “Vietnam Fascinating Family Holiday” with wide range of destinations and activities for the kids and well-earned relaxation for parents. Your family can visit attractive destinations, relax in beautiful beaches and at the same time, experience exciting activities designed to make you all closer. In addition, our private tailor-made holiday will give your family the freedom to create your dream vacation and build up lasting memories together in the most comfortable schedule.


Vietnam tours about beach

For those who love beaches and desire to relax, stretch their bodies under sunshine by pristine beach and crystal clear water, Vietnam Beach Holidays can meet all their requirements. We offer a variety of Vietnam tours like “Treasure Vietnam Beach Holiday”or even tours to specific destinations like “Halong Bay Tour”, “Phu Quoc Island Escaping”, “Mui Ne Beach Relaxation” with a range of different lengths of time to best fit with you. And don’t worry if you have full of energy and don’t want to only lie on the beaches because there are so many activities for sport and adventure lover. Exciting experiences from scuba diving, water-skiing or some light activities like swimming or kayaking in Halong bay day trip tour surely can remove your weariness and cheer you up.

Vietnam tours classic   

If you would like to enjoy the best of Vietnam with the combination of rich culture and wonderful nature with various activities, you should not skip our Vietnam Classic Tours. These tours combining “Best of Vietnam tour”, “Explore the best sights of Vietnam”, etc - are kaleidoscopes which show you various colors and beauty from North to South of Vietnam. They are extremely fit with visitors who desire to be deep inside harmony of people and nature along the country and seek out a variety of experiences.

Besides popular Vietnam tours above, we offer other tours for travelling to specific regions in Vietnam or tours for enjoying special interest. If you only has short period of travelling time and desire to visit a specific regions, “North Vietnam Tours” , “Central Vietnam Tours” and " South Vietnam tours may be perfect tours for you. Or if you just want to travel to experience your favorite hobby in Vietnam, Dong Travel offers  “Ticket Water Puppet Show in Saigon”, “Vietnam Golf Tours”, “Cable Car Tickets Fansipan Legend Sapa tour”, “Vietnam Muslim Tours” or “Vietnam Luxury Tours”

The best places to visit in Vietnam


Hanoi, the beautiful cultural capital of Vietnam, has many things to see and do. A few days in the city doesn’t do justice, but luckily, most attractions are located within walking distance of one another. You can easily map out an itinerary for yourself and enjoy a day of wandering around, taking in the contrasting beauty between the old and new. Make sure to visit as many of these attractions as possible to fully enhance your experience in Hanoi.

Ha Noi is filled with modern energetic neighborhoods while also maintaining a connection to its traditions in Vietnam tours. Its streets surge with scooters vying for right of way amid the din of constantly blaring horns, and all-around layers of history reveal periods of French and Chinese occupation – offering a glimpse into the resilience of ambitious, proud Hanoians. 
Dine on the wild and wonderful at every corner, sample market wares, uncover an evolving arts scene, then sleep soundly in luxury for very little cost. Meet the people, delve into the past and witness the awakening of Hanoi on the move.

Where to stay in Hanoi ?

The best place to stay when you visit Hanoi depends on how much you’re looking to spend and the type of accommodation you’re looking for. The best place to find budget accommodation is in the Old Quarter, and to the west of Hoan Kiem Lake, where you’ll find dozens of hotels and hostels ranging from the most basic dormitories to increasingly ritzy places with air-conditioning and satellite TV. For the cheapest of the cheap, look around Ngo Huyen, just north of the cathedral, where dorm rooms go for $5 per night. The city’s most-sought-after addresses are in the French Quarter, headed up by the venerable Sofitel Legend Metropole and its neighbour, the Hilton Hanoi Opera. Northwest of the centre, there are also a few high-end hotels on the eastern shores of West Lake. Some of the best deals to be found throughout the city are in the mid-range mini-hotels, where you can often find four-star facilities and service at two-star prices.

When is the best time to visit Hanoi ? 

The best time to visit Hanoi, in terms of weather, is during the three months from October to December, when you’ll find warm, sunny days and levels of humidity below the norm of eighty percent, though it can be chilly at night. From January to March, cold winds from China combine with high humidity to give a fine mist, which often hangs in the air for days. March and April usually bring better weather in Hanoi, before the extreme summer heat arrives in late April, accompanied by monsoon storms which peak in August and can last until early October, causing serious flooding throughout the delta.

Negotiate a passage past the ubiquitous knock-off merchants and you’ll find the original streets of the Old Quarter. Defiant real-deal farmers hawk their wares, while city folk breakfast on noodles, practise t’ai chi at dawn or play chess with goateed grandfathers.

Dine on the wild and wonderful at every corner, sample market wares, uncover an evolving arts scene, then sleep soundly in luxury for very little cost. Meet the people, delve into the past and witness the awakening of a Hanoi on the move.


Sa Pa, one of the most breathtaking hill stations in Vietnam which reflects the signature of French architecture and colorful hill tribal cultures, is oriented to make the most of the spectacular views emerging on clear days; it overlooks a plunging valley, with mountains towering above on all sides. Views are often subdued by thick mist rolling across the peaks, but even when it’s cloudy, local hill-tribe people fill the town with color. This is Northern Vietnam’s premier trekking base, from where hikers launch themselves into a surrounding countryside of cascading rice terraces and tiny hill-tribe villages that seem a world apart. Once you’ve stepped out into the lush fields, you’ll understand the Sapa area’s real charm.

While the scenery is stunning, Sapa is just as renowned for its intoxicating cultural makeup. The tiny villages dotted upon the hillsides are home to a diverse array of ethnic minorities, each with their own rich culture and customs. 

Combining both culture and natural beauty into one enticing package, Sapa is definitely worth visiting if you have the chance. While its remote location does make it a bit of a pain to get to, it’s also what has preserved the scenic beauty and rich cultural heritage for so long!

When is the best time to travel Sapa Vietnam ?

Sapa Vietnam, one of the most attractive points in Vietnam , still has its inconvenient times that visitors should avoid. Since Sapa is a highland town, the way leading there is not easy to drive, especially in rain season, when the road surface is slippery and a litter bit dangerous. The wet season lasts for around 3 months, from June to September, and it is not a wise choice paying for sat that time. The period from June to September also coincides with high domestic season so you may expect to see more Kinh than other ethnic minorities. From September to mid-December, the weather is perfect for sight-seeing, photo-taking and camping trips, making it one of two best times to drop by Sapa Vietnam.

During this period the temperature ranges from 15 – 25 degree Celsius. It is not rainy season in Sapa so the trekking routes are dry and bear which means added opportunity to do longer treks, and possibly conquer Mount Fansipan. During the winter months, the temperature is much cooler and it is advised to bring a some warmer clothing (good waterproof jacket, sweater, wool socks). Also, during the winter months there are periods of light rain and heavy fog. This puts Sapa in the clouds and allows for some fantastic photo opportunities.

Halong bay

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Halong bay is the most visited destination by tourists who visit Vietnam tours every year, with a lot to explore and see in the hundreds of beautiful tiny islands in the area. Halong bay is in the northern path of Vietnam east of Hanoi and is well known for thousands of towering limestone of unique shapes, height, and exotic beaches. There are many things to do here, from scuba diving, rock climbing and hiking to adventuring deep into the caves of the bay. Halong bay is a big term, geographically, it consists of 3 little ones: Halong bay, Bai Tu Long bay and Lan Ha bay. So hope don’t be confused with all the names. The normal 2 days 1 night (like most cruises are now offering) can be a bit leisure for active seeker. Private boat or off beaten route can be arranged upon request. 

The best time to visit Halong bay is from March to May and from September to November. During these months, the weather is largely dry and quite pleasant, especially if you are not used to heat and humidity. At this time, you’ll also find the largest variety of interesting activities available, so if you’re planning on spending a few days in Halong bay and trying plenty of different things, this is the time to go.

The low season in Halong bay is from May to September. It can get pretty hot during this time which is why fewer people travel then. If you’re on a budget, you might want to consider these months as you will likely get a good deal from most cruise companies.

Going early in the year, from January to March, will assure you cool weather but you risk having a lot of fog. While this can create a beautiful, eerie atmosphere, you might find that you would have preferred November’s clear blue skies for better views and nicer photos.





Ninh Binh

Located 90 km away from Ha Noi to the south, on Red River Delta, Ninh Binh is the charming land of myth and unique sights comprise three different types of landscapes: wetlands, coastal delta, hills, and mountains. From this typical geography, Ninh Binh offers many places of characteristic interest, which have been well-known for Vietnam such as Tam Coc – Bich Dong, Cuc Phuong National Park, Trang An Grottoes, and Van Long Nature Reserves. A trip to Ninh Binh should be considered as your must-have once you are visiting Vietnam.

South of Hanoi, Ninh Binh province is blessed with natural beauty, cultural sights and the Cuc Phuong National Park. Highlights include boat trips amid karst landscapes at Tam Coc and the Unesco World Heritage-listed Trang An Grottoes. Slightly confusingly, the state is also known as Ninh Binh, with Ninh Binh town also acting as the capital city, so often when people refer to this part of Vietnam they are talking about the whole Ninh Binh district which comprises several towns, villages and key attractions.

There are not many set ‘sights’ in the town on Ninh Binh itself, but this is a great place to visit if you want to get out and about and spend time in some of the prettiest and most unspoilt parts of Vietnam. Ninh Binh town is usually used as a jumping off point to Tam Coc, Van Long and Hoa Lu and although it is not as well known as other places in the country, it is a great spot for anyone with an interest in nature thanks to its craggy limestone scenery. As other parts of the country such as Halong Bay and Sapa become more popular, if you want to take the road less traveled then Ninh Binh is the ideal choice. 

When should travel to Ninh Binh?

Because it is in the humid tropics, the climate here is often hot in summer. But from June to end of August. It's rainy season. According to Ninh Binh's travel experience of many people, to have the most complete trip, you can start your journey at the following the times best time to visit Ninh Binh as below. January & February: This is the time when Ninh Binh enters the festive season so many people often choose to travel here. However, this time is usually quite crowded! April & May: At this time, the weather is dry, mild sunshine and sometimes still a bit chilly of spring. September: This is the time to step into the ripe rice season, the natural scenery as covered by the golden color of the fields. Moreover, at this time, the weather has lessened harsh sunlight, very suitable for you to explore Ninh Binh.

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park

Designated a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2003, the remarkable Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park contains the oldest karst mountains in Asia, formed approximately 400 million years ago. Riddled with hundreds of cave systems – many of extraordinary scale and length – and spectacular underground rivers, Phong Nha is a speleologists’ heaven on earth.

Beautiful Phong Nha Cave in Vietnam tours, which is closest to Phong Nha town and only accessible by dragon boat from the little jetty here. Dark Cave (Hang Toi) involves a zip line, a muddy exploration, a cold swim and a short kayak trip, while Paradise Cave is a huge dry cavern with a deceptively tiny entrance. The latter has mind-blowing stalactite and stalagmite formations, which can be viewed from a boardwalk. Other caverns, such as Hang Va and Hang En, require some demanding trekking. 

One of the world's best caving destinations in Vietnam tours, World Heritage-listed Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is a dramatic karst mountain formation honeycombed with huge caverns, which are home to superb stalactite and stalagmite displays. The most popular destination within the park is the Paradise Cave, which extends for a staggering 31 kilometers below ground. The yawning caverns here are truly spectacular. Tu Lan Cave is a "wet cave," and a visit here includes swimming through the cave-systems river. The other most popular excursion is to the Phong Nha Caves, where the interior is accessed by boat. You can access Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park from Son Trach.

Da Nang

Da Nang, Vietnam’s third-largest city, has turned into one of the country’s top destinations in Vietnam tours for a reason: Amazing things to do in Da Nang are simply awesome. The town is increasingly cosmopolitan, with ginormous stylish bars, restaurants and hotels to choose from. It’s also surrounded by stunning natural scenery, from white sand beaches fronting the South China Sea to the eye-catching peaks of the nearby Truong Son Mountains. Though it is a big city, Da Nang feels much more relaxed than Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, and during the dry season it is an absolutely delightful place to spend some time in.

In central Vietnam, nestled between mountains, it has a mix of traditional and French colonial architecture alongside beautiful beaches and we’ve put together this handy travel guide to the Amazing things to do in Da Nang, along with where to stay, how to get around and great ideas for day trips from Danang to help you fully explore the area. 

The center of Danang City is located on the west side of the Han River. Danang’s also the most important port city of Vietnam, and surrounding the city are various UNESCO World Heritage sites like the Old Town of Hoi An and the My Son Sanctuary. In Danang, you’ll easily find yourself being lost in a myriad of things to do and see, from gorgeous sandy beaches, superb vistas, to a wide range of five-star hotels, restaurants and eateries, local markets, and tons of cultural experiences.

The best time to travel to Danang is from March to September. Because Vietnam is a tropical climate country, Danang has an unpredictable climate that will prevent tourists from easy travel through the city. During the daytime, the city’s temperature may reach 26 – 30 Celsius degrees, while it will be cooler at night at around 18 – 23 degrees. This is also the perfect time for you to enjoy many activities like snorkeling and scuba diving.

Da Nang like other in tropical country has two main seasons: rainy season from September to November and dry season from December to August. The rains are usually heavy and can last a few hours. However don’t be anxious as the weather is not always bad in this season except stormy days, most of time the weather is still sunny and temperature ranging from 20-30 degree Celsius. If you want to go to Da Nang for a summer vacation and beach water activities, it wouldn’t be a good idea to come this season. The rainy season is also low season for traveler to Da Nang, if you are on a tight budget, you might travel in low season and also can avoid crowded group of tourists. So in the low season, time from January to February is the wonderful period for traveling Da Nang.





Hoi An Ancient Town

Beautiful Hoi An is one of the best places to go in Vietnam, with bags of surviving historic architecture. The old town quarter is a joy to explore, packed to the brim with well-preserved merchant houses that hark back to Hoi An's trading center heyday of the 15th century, when the town was a major meeting point for Japanese and Chinese merchants who flocked here for the local silks. Plenty of the old merchant houses have been opened to the public, so you can get a taste of these times. The best is 17th-century Tan Ky House, with fascinating architectural and decorative elements.

Hoi An is also located on the Thu Bon River which is flanked by bars, cafes and local markets and you can walk along the banks at night and take in the views across the rippling water. When you walk around the city, you can take in spots such as museums, ancient homes and pretty temples, and Hoi An also has a delicious local food scene. As if that wasn’t enough, the surrounding countryside of Hoi An is equally scenic and you can easily take a day trip out to glorious beaches or ruined cities.

Located off the coast of the South China Sea in South Central Vietnam, Hoi An is a beautiful, old city dating back 2,000 years to the Champa Kingdom. The city’s historic architecture, traditional culture and textiles make it a popular destination in Vietnam. At the heart of Hoi An is its atmospheric Old Town which is small enough to walk around easily. The narrow, winding lanes of the Old Town are lined with beautiful old architecture, traditional wooden houses and hundreds of tailor shops selling clothing, shoes, bags, souvenirs and custom-made services.

Although the word is out and the town stays busy, Hoi An is a favorite for many visitors to Vietnam. The atmosphere is simply unforgettable at dusk as swinging lanterns illuminate ancient, brick streets. Hoi An once served as an important trading port, but today it is most famous for tourism and the abundance of cheap tailor shops that will customize clothing to order.

Hoi An's major symbol is the delightful Japanese Bridge at the western end of Tran Phu Street, while nearby, the Assembly Hall of the Fujian Chinese Congregation is the old town's most highly decorated temple. There are numerous small pagodas and museums dotted about town, but Hoi An's true charm is found in simply rambling the old town streets admiring the well-preserved facades.

Hoi An’s Ancient Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that attracts an ever-increasing number of tourists. The famous Japanese Bridge there is beautiful at night. Don’t miss your chance to try the rarest noodle dish in the world when visiting Hoi An.


Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) is the business and financial hub of Vietnam, with a prominent history going back hundreds of years. 

The city has recovered in the 30 years since then, with the current population at over 7 million. It was renamed Ho Chi Minh City, after the spiritual leader of Vietnamese Communism, but residents were so reluctant to adopt the new name that authorities kept the official name but the city centre is still called Saigon. 

Today, Ho Chi Minh City is a popular tourist destination due to its fascinating culture, classic French architecture, and sleek skyscrapers as well as ornate temples and pagodas. The city is also filled with rooftop bars that overlook Saigon and beyond, while fantastic restaurants offer a combination of French, Chinese, and, of course, local Vietnamese cuisine.

If this is your first time in Ho Chi Minh City, knowing exactly what to do can be a challenge as this large city is filled with unique landmarks. Also called Saigon, it’s widely known as Vietnam’s business and financial hub, as well as a popular tourist destination. Travellers love its fascinating culture, classic French architecture, and sleek skyscrapers, as well as ornate temples and pagodas. You can also find plenty of rooftop bars and fantastic restaurants serving cuisine from all over the world. Check out our Ho Chi Minh survival guide to plan out your first few days of sightseeing in this vibrant city.

Ho Chi Minh is divided into several neighbourhoods, commonly known as districts. The city centre is located in District 1, where you can visit some of its most popular landmarks. Backpackers can find affordable accommodation, restaurants, and bars at Pham Ngu Lao Street. Meanwhile, District 2 houses the city’s expat community, so expect plenty of high-quality apartments, villas, and houses if you’re staying in this neighbourhood.

Ho Chi Minh may be known for its war museums (such as Chu Chi Tunnels), but the city area has plenty of fascinating historical sites which are suitable for all ages. The Notre Dame Cathedral and Saigon Central Post Office are prime examples of French colonial architecture, both of which require no entrance fee. There are also Buddhist temples and traditional markets that have been operating for hundreds of years.

Hotels in Saigon

There are a lot of hostels and hotels in Saigon at different rates. And most streets in Saigon have hotels and hostels so you do not need to worry about it.

For business trips, you can choose Park Hyatt Saigon, Reverie Saigon and other luxury hotels. As a backpacker, you can go to Bui Vien or Pham Ngu Lao streets, where you can find inns and motels at very cheap prices.





Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta lies at the very end of Vietnam, right under the southern central city of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City. The region is consisted of 12 provinces  ( Long An, Tien Giang, Ben Tre, Vinh Long, Tra Vinh, Hau Giang, Soc Trang, Dong Thap, An Giang, Kien Giang, Bac Lieu, Ca Mau) and one city is Can Tho City.

Mekong is grand, fertile and primitive. Starts at Tibet, the river runs 3,000 miles through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand and Cambodia before entering Vietnam’s delta and out to the East Sea. Vietnamese call it “Song Cuu Long” which means “9 dragons” symbolizing the nine branches that created a vast delta region of 12 provinces and one city of the south. During thousands of years, this river has fed 60 millions of people on its way, enriched various regions and countries, fostered the culture diverse of Southeast Asia in general and Indochina in particular. There is no wonder why people call the river “Mother of Water”. 

The far south of Vietnam is where the mighty Mekong River finally finds its way to the sea in a maze of waterways that crisscross the floodplain. Incredibly lush, with paddy field vistas and mangroves, and full of local life, with chaotic floating markets to explore by boat, the delta is one of the most interesting regions for travelers to discover.

Colorful floating markets, fruit orchards, rice paddies, sugar cane groves, bird sanctuaries and quaint villages are all what draw many to the Mekong Delta in southwestern Vietnam. Nicknamed “Vietnam’s Rice Basket,” the Mekong Delta is an agricultural region made fertile by the maze of canals and streams fed by the Mekong River. Stretching from the Gulf of Thailand to Ho Chi Minh City, the Mekong Delta feeds more than a third of the country from its rich plantations, orchards, rice paddies and fish farms. 

Can Tho is the most popular town to use as a base as it's close to the floating markets of Phong Dien and Cai Rang, while boat trips from Ca Mau allow you to explore the U Minh Mangrove Forest and Cau Mau Nature Reserve.

With the above amazing places to go in Vietnam, we hope that you will have a very memorable and meaningful trip with your friends and family when you travel to Vietnam. If you need new offers to your clients, there are definitely best places to go in Vietnam, please contact Dong Travel for a free quote






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