Ha Noi – Sapa – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Fansipan Mountain
Thai Nguyen – Ba Be Lake – Ban Gioc Waterfalls
Cao Bang – Lang Son – Ninh Binh – Ha Nam
Tam Chuc Pagoda – Phu Quoc – Sai Gon
Tour 01: 06 Jan 2023 to 18 Jan 2023
Tour 02: 07 Feb 2023 to 19 Feb 2023
Tour 03: 07 Mar 2023 to 19 Mar 2023
Tour 04: 04 Apr 2023 to 16 Apr 2023
Tour 05: 19 Jun 2023 to 01 Jul 2023
Tour 06: 03 Jul 2023 to 15 Jul 2023
Tour 07: 18 Jul 2023 to 30 Jul 2023
Tour 08: 04 Aug 2023 to 16 Aug 2023
Tour 09: 03 Oct 2023 to 15 Oct 2023
Tour 10: 06 Nov 2023 to 18 Nov 2023
Tour 11: 23 Jan 2024 to 04 Feb 2024
Tour 12: 26 Jan 2024 to 07 Feb 2024
(Tour 11 & 12 Special: Pre-Lunar New Year)
Land Tour: $1,825 (Not inclusive of international flight tickets & visa fee)
Budget: $1,625 (Not inclusive of international flight tickets & visa fee)
The qualities of the tours, services & meals are the same.
The only differences are the hotels: Hanoi, Sapa, Ninh Binh & Phu Quoc
The price applies to a minimum of 10 persons in the group
Airfares are subject to change depending on available flights.
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On this tour, discover ancient Vietnam with its more than 4,000 years of history, marvel at its beautiful countryside, mountains, beaches, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Meet native and minority people in the highland and enjoy traditional dances, music, and food
Pick up & transfer to your hotel.
Drive from Hanoi to Sapa on the high way. Explore Ham Rong mountain, its rocky forest and orchid gardens. Visit Lao Chai village – home of Black H’Mong – here you trek through terraced rice fields to villages, meet and talk with locals to learn more about their daily life and habits. You trek through Ta Van village – home of Dzay hill tribe – a handy craft traditional village of 2 different minorities: the Red Dzao and the Black H’mong. Mountains surround the village and the landscapes are beautiful. Evening walking around to visit Sapa town.
Sapa – established as a hill station by the French in 1922, Sapa today is the tourist center of the northwest. Sapa is orientated to make the most of the spectacular views emerging on clear days; overlooking a plunging valley, with mountains towering above on all sides. Views of this epic scenery are often subdued by thick mist rolling across the peaks, but even when it’s cloudy, local hill-tribe people fill the town with various colors. (B/L/D)
Morning drive uphill offers most spectacular scenery of Fansipan Mount. Just out of town, you will see rose flower farms and later chayote grows on bamboo frames covered a vast area. Stop at the magnificent Silver Waterfall, walking up along the beautiful waterfall and enjoy the spectacular scenery surround. The road trip continues further to Heaven Gate. At over 2000m above sea level, the Heaven Gate the highest mountain pass in Vietnam. From here enjoy for beautiful scenery of both two side of Hoang Lien Son mountain range. The wind blows stronger to force the clouds moving constantly. It is the best point here to enjoy breathtaking scenery of the two side of Fansipan Mountain range.
Afternoon take the world’s longest three-rope cable car system, extending from the northern Lao Cai Province’s Sapa Town to Fansipan Mountain – the so-called “Roof of Indochina”. Enjoy & seeing the lush green and subtropical vegetation makes this mountain really very beautiful. (B/L/D)
Depart to Thai Nguyen, is beautiful and slow pace midland province. In Vietnam when you are talking about Thai Nguyen, people cannot helping imagine about typical local special production of green tea. With very convenience location, Thai Nguyen province became the gateway for economic and political exchanges between the mountainous region and northern midland region. (B/L/D)
Morning depart to visit Ba Be lake is Vietnam’s largest natural lake and is now the centre piece of an extensive National Park. The park and the surrounding area is limestone country, so lakes, waterfalls, caves and unusual rock formations abound. The whole area is richly forested and home to many ethnic minority communities. Board a private boat for a cruise on Ba Be lake to visit to the Puong Grotto and the Dau Dang waterfall. Take a scenic trip north of Cao Bang. (B/L/D)
Take a scenic day trip north of Cao Bang to the beautiful Ban Gioc Waterfalls, is one of Vietnam’s most impressive natural sights. Located in the northeastern province of Cao Bang, the falls are 30 meters high and 300 meters across, making Ban Gioc the widest (but not the highest) waterfall in the country. The falls occur on the Quay Son river, a beautiful jade-blue body of water through a pastoral landscape of rice fields and bamboo groves surrounded by limestone pinnacles. The unique landscape includes limestone karst formations soaring from the verdant rice paddies of Tay, H’Mong and Dzao ethnic minority groups. (B/L/D)
Back to Hanoi with a stop at Lang Son province. Visit Tam Thanh Cave is very large with three chambers, has water pond, and has a window opening, which provides scenic views of vast rice fields outside & Nhi Thanh Cave, was discovered in the 18th century by Ngo Thin Sy, military commander of the Lang Son garrison, whose poems have been inscribed at the entrance to the cave. A plaque erected in the cave depicts a French resident of Long Son in full European dress. (B/L/D)
Drive to Ninh Binh, the south ancient capital of Vietnam. Take a sampan boat trip along the canal between majestic mountain ranges and endless yellow rice fields. Your boat will be steered by local people, so you can relax and enjoy stunning scenery including rising limestone cliffs, water caves. Visit Bai Dinh temple to see hundreds of Buddhist statues. (B/L/D)
Continue to visit Tam Chuc pagoda, situated in the North of Ha Nam province, is being built on the foundation of the former pagoda and surrounded by newly built structures, a parking lot, an immense lake system, and lush forests. Tam Chuc pagoda enchants the eyes of visitors by its great combination of impressive architecture and spectacular landscapes. Drive to Hanoi. Enjoy your free evening. (B/L)
Flight to Phu Quoc Island, the largest island of Vietnam’s territory. This peaceful tropical paradise is well known for stunning beaches, untouched natural environment, the easy going and relaxed atmosphere, friendly locals, and fantastic sightseeing. (B/L/D)
If you choose the Deluxe Option, you will stay at Phu Quoc Vin Pearl Resort with 3 luxury meals a day & UNLIMITED ENTRIES to Vin Wonders amusement park, the city never sleep Grand World Phu Quoc & Vin Pearl Safari zoo.
Afternoon depart to the North to discover the primitive forest then visit the black peppers plantation at Khu Tuong, Sightseeing at Phu Quoc national park then Drive to An Thoi port, visit the fish sauce factory. Drive to the Sao beach.Visit the Ham Ninh fishing village. Enjoy the sun set at Dinh Cau – the spirit savior of the fisherman. Stop at night market. (B/L/D)
Enjoy your free day. With a lot new sightseeing you can enjoy, many activities as snorkeling, scuba diving, hiking, fishing, trekking and untouched environment. On the island you also can enjoy with golf courses, safari zoo and amusement park! (B/L/D)
Transfer to the airport for flying to Saigon. (B)
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