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Saigon - Dalat - Nha Trang - Train - Saigon 5 days

Vietnam’s top beach destinations, Nha Trang & Mui Ne from Ho Chi Minh City 5 days

Hochiminh City - Cuchi - Nha Trang - HoiAn – Hanoi 8 days 

Ho Chi Minh | Phan Thiet | Nha Trang | Da Nang | Hoi An | My Son 8 days


Ho Chi Minh – My Tho – Da Lat – Nha Trang - Ho Chi Minh 9 days

Hochiminh city -  Cu Chi Tunnel -  Nha Trang -  HoiAn -  Hue -  Hanoi 9 days

Hanoi- Halong Bay- Hue- Hoian- Nha Trang - Ho Chi Minh 9 days

Ho Chi Minh – My Tho – Ban Me Thuoc – Nha Trang  - Muine 10 days

Hanoi | Ho Chi Minh City | Can Tho City | Vinh Long | Dalat | Nha Trang City | Mui Ne 10 days

Saigon - Phan Thiet - Nha Trang - Danang - Hoi An - Hue - Halong – Hanoi 11 days

Ho Chi Minh City - Mekong Delta – Cu Chi – Dalat – Buon Me Thuot - Nha Trang – Hanoi – Halong 12 days

Hanoi - Halong Bay - Hue - Hoi An - Nha Trang Beach - Ho Chi Minh City - Mekong Delta 12 days

 Ho Chi Minh City - Mui Ne Beach - Nha Trang Beach - Hoi An – Hue - Hanoi - Halong Bay 12 days

Hanoi | Halong bay | Hue | Hoian | Nha Trang City | Dalat | Ho Chi Minh City 12 days

Hanoi- Halong Bay- Hue- Hoian- Nha Trang- Muine- Hochiminh- Mekong Delta 15 days

Hanoi- Halong Bay- Nha Trang- Hochiminh- Mekong Delta- Beach Vacations 16 days



Vietnam Discovery Tours 22 days


Vietnam Tours by train


Passion of Vietnam and Cambodia on Wheels 17 Days 16 Nights

Vietnam Golf Tours

Vietnam Veteran Tours 15 days

Central Highland Discovery Tours 4 Days 3 Nights

Nha Trang - Buon Me Thuoc - Don Village Tours 2 Days 1 Night

Nha Trang - Qui Nhon Tours 2 Days 1 Night

Nha Trang - Phan Thiet Tours 2 Days 1 Nights

Nha Trang - Da Lat Tours 2 Days 1 Night

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Our independent Vietnam itineraries are a suggestion of how you can create a longer trip through Vietnam by combining a series of our short independent Vietnam tours. Each one of our independent Vietnam itineraries offer a great experience within a fixed period of time. This makes them perfect for travellers needing to squeeze their adventure into their annual leave. During our independent Vietnam itineraries, you'll travel on your own, but every now and then you may join a small group for an activity or excursion (e.g. Cu Chi tunnels or Halong Bay cruise). Vietnam is a long and narrow country, making it logical to travel from north to south or vice versa. We are always careful to select attractive and centrally located accommodation that reflects the character of the area. If you would like to choose from one of our independent Vietnam itineraries but add a few tweaks of your own, just let us know. We can play around with your Vietnam travel plan until we get it just right.

Coastal Cities In Vietnam

Nha Trang - City of Beaches

Nha Trang - a small town in Vietnam, located in the Khanh Hoa province is widely recognized because of it gorgeous beaches. In fact Nha Trang is often referred to as the ‘Seaside Resort’ of Vietnam. Having vast tranquil beaches and the finest climatic conditions, the Nha Trang Beaches, Vietnam are perfect for a lovely holiday. Of the 6 major Nha Trang Beaches in Vietnam, Tran Phu is the most popular one. It is one of the most activity filled of the various Nha Trang beaches. It is also has the Tran Phu Street running parallel to the beach for its entire span, which is a beautiful avenue adorned with a lush green centre and pretty street lamps. Many key hotels, eateries and bars are lined along the street. Being the most frequented one the Tran Phu Beach is also the most crowed of all the Nha Trang beaches.  The coastal city of Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa province, Central Vietnam, lies on the trans-Vietnam highway, 1,278km from Hanoi, and 448km from Ho Chi Minh City.
Nha Trang is endowed by nature with deep, quiet and warm waters all the year round, surrounded by archipelagoes, islands, mountains and white sand beaches - a wonderful and attractive tourist resort. To the north of Nha Trang stands the Chong mount which looks like a wide open hand over the sea. Far offshore, the Swallow Island appears with lush green colours where salangane nests have been harvested for years to make the traditional "bird's nest" tonic and food. The 7km white sand beach of Nha Trang is often called Vietnam's Mediterranean Area, considered one of the jewel along Vietnam's long stretching coast line. Nha Trang is sunny all year round, with an average temperature of 23 degree due to northern winds.
Nha Trang benefits from topographical advantages of the sea, islands, mountains, and deltas. West of Nha Trang, there are endless mountain ranges where a wide variety of animals and birds live. Nha Trang has many specialties. Especially, bird's nest soup, or swallow's nest soup is very famous in Nha Trang and round Vietnam. The magnificent coral seabed in Nha Trang makes it ideal for scubadiving and snorkeling. Nha Trang Bay is recognised as one of 29 most beautiful bays in the world. Being a coastal city and the political, economic, cultural and tourism center in Khanh Hoa province, Nha Trang is also known as a city of festivals such as Sea Festival, Miss Universe 2008, Miss World 2010, etc. It is widely recognized because of its gorgeous beaches which have turned this place into a scenic collection draw many tourists to this place. In fact Nha Trang is often referred to as the "Seaside Resort" of Vietnam. Having vast tranquil beaches and the finest climatic conditions, the Nha Trang Beaches, Vietnam are perfect for a lovely holiday. With its dramatic development in tourism, there are many Nha Trang hotels built up to accommodate the increasing demand of travelers. Ranging from very luxurious to cheap Nha Trang hotel, tourists with all kind of budgets can find a hotel room and enjoy a nice vacation in this city.

Phan Thiet is known as the home to some of the most beautiful and the most visited of the Vietnam tourist attractions. To the east of Phan Thiet are some exquisite beaches, one of the greatest attractions in the region. They are totally different from one another. While some are lined with coconut trees, the others are next to vast sand dunes. The most famous tourist attraction in Phan Thiet is the Mui Ne Sand Dunes. 12 miles east of Phan Thiet, the sand dunes are nothing short of nature's work of art. The elements of wind have given it a shape worth viewing. Another attraction of Phan Thiet is its proximity to Mui Ne Cape. It is a 21km arc of fine sand with a perfect combination of the sun and blue pacific water giving rise to a spectacular view. Like the rest of Vietnam, Phan Thiet is rapidly changing, and the biggest change of all is its growth in the hospitality industry. This is clearly indicated in the growing system of accommodations and hotel in Phan Thiet. Quieter than Nha Trang, Phan Thiet is a well-kept secret with some nice Mui Ne resorts to recommend.

Da Nang is the fourth largest central city of Vietnam, after Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon), Ha Noi and Hai Phong. It has an area of nearly 1,260 km2, and a population of 752,493 people. Together with Hue, Da Nang is the city in the South Center Coast, on the coast of South China Sea, the middle of Vietnam. The city itself has neither the atmosphere of Hanoi nor the hustle-bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, but has its share of sights, and is close to the charms of Hoi An and the imperial capital of Hue. Why do they call it the seaside & riverside city? Because Da Nang is a picturesque city by the Han river, and by the coast of the East Sea with distinctive attractiveness in comparison with other sea cities, luring hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the world! Being similar to other big cities in Vietnam such as HCMC and Hanoi, Danang is mushroomed with hotels and resorts thanks to the growing number of tourists and travelers flocking to the city. Danang hotels are pretty affordable to most of tourists with medium traveling budget. There are luxury Danang resorts and hotels to satisfy tourists with a more expensive taste and cheap ones for those with tight budgets as well.

Vietnam Tourist Information. Welcome to Vietnam!

Vietnam is a country any serious traveler should visit at least once in his/her life. Its natural settings, its religious monuments, its local markets, its people, its cuisine, and its beaches are the main reasons for visiting, but there are many more. If you look at the map, you will see what the country looks like. There are two ways to visit Vietnam: starting in Hanoi, and going South; or starting in Saigon, and going north. Bellow these lines you will find a short description of Vietnam's main tourist attractions. I hope you enjoy my virtual presentations of Vietnam's main tourist attractions. Enjoy

Hanoi is the gracious thousand year old capital of Viet Nam and the birth place of Pho noodle soup, Viet Nam’s national dish. Centered around the serene Hoan Kiem Lake the City of the Soaring Dragon impresses the traveler with wide tree lined boulevards, elegant colonial buildings, legendary Water Puppet Theater and its charming Old Quarter.

If you want to do a tour of Vietnam, your next stop should be Hue. You can get there by plane, train or private car.

Ha Long Bay is an UNESCO World Heritage site with its thousands of islands. A two or three day tour should be enough to visit Ha long Bay. In Summer its air will be clearer and its water bluer, but it can be visited any season. You get there by van from Hanoi.

Sapa is the name of a town in the Northwest of Vietnam, from where you go on many trekkings and excursions, and visit the traditional ethnic peoples who inhabit this mountainous region. How long you stay in Sapa's region depends on the excursions you want to do. Most trekkings last from two to five days. Go on a weekend and you will enjoy its markets. You get to Sapa by an overnight train from Hanoi. Winters can be quite cold.

Hue 410 miles (660 km) south of Hanoi sits this ancient capital of Vietnam. To visit the city you need two days. Add another day to visit the surrounding temples (must see). If you are traveling South, your next stop should be Hoi An. You get there by private car. If you are traveling North, your next stop is Hanoi.

Da Nang the third biggest city in Vietnam, but has not much interest for tourists. If you are traveling around Vietnam, you go here only to get to the south after visiting Hoi An.

Hoi An is another must see. Dedicate a couple of days to visit its picturesque streets. This is also the place to buy taylor clothes. There is also a nice beach, in case you want to stay longer.  If you are traveling North, your next stop is Hue. If you are traveling South, your next stop can be Nha Trang, Muine or Saigon. To get to any of these destinations you should take the train, private car (in Da Nang) or the plane

Nha Trang  blessed with vast stretches of pristine white sandy beaches, clear tranquil waters, a handful of offshore islands and temperate weather all year round makes Nha Trang an idyllic place to laze around, get a tan and barbeque seafood on the beach or indulge in every conceivable water sport imaginable. A great place to relax  and to do snorkeling. If traveling North your next stop should be Hoi An. If traveling South, you can go straight to Saigon, or stop in Muine. You can get there by car . 

Dalat  known affectionately as the City of Eternal Spring due to its mild Highland’s climate Da Lat’s charming atmosphere, set amidst French colonial villas and churches, tranquil lakes with pine forests and waterfalls has moved many to aptly name it the City of Love and “Le Petite Paris”

Mui Ne is another beach destination. You can relax on the beach. The once quiet fishing village of Mui Ne known for its red sand dunes is fast becoming famous as a new kite boarding and windsurfing Mecca thanks to its cool ocean breezes while luxury hotels and resorts with international and Vietnamese food and local seafood restaurants satisfy all your senses. From here you should go to Saigon, if traveling south

Buon Ma Thuot where wild elephants are still being domesticated offers travelers fresh nature beauty characterized by temperate climate, waterfalls, rivers, lakes.

Saigon or Ho Chi Minh - Awakened from decades of slumber Ho Chi Minh City also affectionately known as Sai Gon is now Asia’s liveliest boomtown driven with vivacious abandonment energetically blending its cityscape and the cuisines and cultures of past legacies with the ultra modern has created a vibrant cosmopolitan city. It is even noisier and more chaotic than Hanoi. From here you can do an excursion to the Mekong Delta.

Mekong Delta is another 'must see' in any travel to Vietnam. Do not miss its floating markets. You get here by private car from Saigon

When to Go/Climate:

There is no real best or worst time to visit Vietnam, with travel possible all year, but the seasons vary across the country and you should be prepared to encounter some rain whenever you decide to travel.

Northern Vietnam, (e.g. Hanoi, Halong Bay and Sapa) can be quite cold, damp and misty from November to March. However, it is also possible to experience lovely sunny, cloudless days here during this period. You might need warm clothing and an anorak or other waterproof in case of rain, but these can be cheaply purchased locally if required.

The central region (Hue, Hoi An, Danang and Nha Trang) is at its wettest from September through to December. Traditionally this period sees monsoon rains and occasional typhoons which can cause flooding in the area. Whilst this is rarely of such a level as to seriously affect an itinerary we do advise people travelling in this area over this period that there may be last minute changes to itineraries to accommodate for the weather conditions.

Some people might say that our summer months (June, July, August) are the best time to visit Vietnam. Unusually for Asia the weather in central Vietnam is likely to be sunny and clear during this time, and although there may be short downpours in the south and north, many people see no rain at all and enjoy cloudless sunny skies.

Southern Vietnam will be very humid, and thunderstorms cannot be ruled out, but these generally clear the air and do not prevent you from sightseeing.

Get around: Moving around Vietnam can be done on bus, train and/or plane. For long distances I recommend plane, train is also an option. Bus should only be considered in short journeys.

Length of stay: The minimum stay I would recommend to visit Vietnam is six weeks. In case you do not have that many days, you will have to split your visit in two (or you will have to skip some of its destinations).


Over thousands of years, rice agriculture, lifestyle and colony building and defending the country is full of hardships and makes Vietnam a culturally rich and personality characteristics of the people of Vietnam are hardworking, hard, rich in patriotism, solidarity, tolerance, openness, and easy integration.

Vietnam is a multi-ethnic country with 54 ethnic groups, including ethnic Kinh account for more than 85% of the population. But whether any ethnic group, the Vietnamese remains the nation's cultural identity with a good personality and friendly capital. So, when visiting Vietnam, tourists never fear anything because we are very friendly and humane. Besides, we also have a love of learning and creativity to grow and become more and more modernized

Food: With the balance between fresh herbs and meats and a selective use of spices to reach a fine taste,  Vietnamese food can be considered one of the healthiest cuisines worldwide. Please come to Vietnam and you can enjoy many kinds of local food such as special noodle soup (pho), spring rolls, grilled shrimp paste, grilled minced fish, etc.



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