Indulge in Vietnamese Cuisine! Pho is the staple dish in Vietnam – consisting of fresh rice noodles and herbs with generally either chicken or beef. It’s difficult to walk just a block in Vietnam without bumping into a crowded restaurant or food stand – though we suggest sampling Pho in an approved restaurant to get the most authentic flavours.
See Halong Bay and basque in the sun. If only to take in the beautiful moss topped peaks as they crawl their way from the turquoise waters. Breathtaking. Though a day or two on the pristine beaches is sure to be a hit as well.
Ride an Elephant. A delightful way to explore the countryside, riding a gentle giant past rice paddies and through jungle terrain.
Immerse yourself in Vietnamese culture. Explore Hanoi’s elegant pagoda’s, Hoi An’s famous markets and the My Son Hindu sanctuary, and Ho chi Minh city’s mysterious temples. Tread the streets and explore the impressive architecture of the capitals before dipping your toes into beach life and exploring a traditional village in rural Sapa.
Take a trip on the Mekong Delta. Take a boat ride down the Mekong delta – famous for it’s natural beauty, floating markets like Cai Rang.
Learn the History. Take a tour of Vietnam’s historical sites and visit museums like Ho Chi Minh City’s War Remnants Museum. Alternatively take a trip on Hue’s Perfume River for a glimpse of living history in the form of Vietnam’s royal capital – with some of the country’s most beautiful attractions.
Explore the Landscape. Walk over mossy hills, tread delicate beaches and lay back in exquisite waterfalls.
Do something a little different. Explore the incredible Cu Chi underground network of tunnels – used during the Vietnam War, in Ho Chi Minh city.