Vietnam is a country that strikes a chord among young and elder people. Vietnam is appealing because of its diversity and ideally travelled along from North to South or vice versa. We ensure the right combination between the rich culture, fascinating nature, adventure and relaxation.
During your holiday in Vietnam you will explore bustling cities, authentic villages, the Mekong Delta, endless rice fields and the endless pristine beaches . And meet the local people
With a history of over 4000 years and the recent eventful history, a strong culture, magnificent natural highlights, excellent food and its friendly people, Vietnam is easily one of our most recommended destinations.
Every region has its own character and specialties: from historical buildings, to charming villages and vast deltas, to fairy tale bay areas, to impressive mountains; Vietnam has it all!
Tam Coc is a beautiful natural highlight of Vietnam. It is commonly known as Halong Bay on land. A river crosses this area and a boat ride is a nice way to explore the beautiful surroundings and caves. Next to Tam Coc lies another natural pearl: Trang An, slightly less touristic and very serene as well, definitely worth paying a visit. (or two).
Sapa is a small village in the highlands (1,650 meters) of Vietnam, near the borders of China. The scenery surrounding Sapa is the beautiful mountainous area in the province of Lao Cai. Because of the fresh temperatures, , the many traditional villages, the beautiful panoramas and the layered rice paddies, it is fantastic for area for hikes.
Phu Quoc is a tropical paradise in the South-western part of Vietnam, near the Cambodian border. It is a nice place to end your journey in Vietnam as it provides relaxation at the beach and a lovely atmosphere.
Places of interest are the jail, where you can learn a lot of the war time practises, the Cao Dai temple and its many waterfalls.
Nha Trang is a popular destination with long beaches and great for a few days of relaxation, sea and sand. Surrounding islands such as Whale and Monkey Island, provide perfect locations for diving and snorkelling in the clear water. Nha Trang also has a lively night life and offers something for everyone.
The Mekong Delta covers almost the entire area southwest of Ho Chi Minh City. The Delta consists of large rivers with hundreds of branches, including the latter part of the 4200-kilometer Mekong River, which originates in Tibet. In the Mekong Delta life is concentrated around its fertile water. Houses are built among or on the water as locals are about busy their daily business.
Hoi An is a charming town on the coast in the central part of Vietnam.
Unlike many other places in Vietnam, the city remained virtually untouched during the Vietnam War. This is why the old town of Hoi An is still well preserved and it was listed in 1999 on the World Heritage List. The symbol of the city is the Japanese covered bridge built in 1590. Hoi An is renowned for its friendly atmosphere and there are lots of nice bars and restaurants to enjoy your time in Hoi An.
Ho Chi Minh City - the former Saigon - is the largest city in Vietnam and is located in the south of the country. It is a vibrant and tropical city, with many attractions. Led by a private guide, you can visit various temples, palaces, museums, markets and Chinatown.
Your trip begins and usually ends in Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi. Hanoi has a unique atmosphere because of its typical lakes, narrow streets with artisans, restaurants and small markets. A great city to stroll, shop and enjoy the Vietnamese cuisine. Hanoi is a starting point for various interesting areas. For example Halong Bay, where you can sail through the unspoiled bays by boat. In the highlands of Sapa, you can go hiking to traditional villages with traditional mountain people and markets. South of Hanoi are beautiful parks such as Cuc Phuong and Tam Coc.
Halong Bay is one of the most impressive natural reserves in the north of Vietnam. Its impressive cliffs and thousands of islands are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Just one island "Cat Ba is inhabited and half of it is a National Park and starting point for boat trips in the bay.
Best time to travel
Best time to travel
Vietnam is a truly year-round destination, travel to any part of Vietnam during any season is possible. Truth be told, there is not such a thing as visiting Vietnam at the right or wrong time as during most months of the year you will experience both sunshine and rain in varying quantities.
Whilst Vietnam is typically warm and humid, the weather can vary significantly from one region to the next because of the country’s length.
Perhaps the best time to visit Vietnam is during one of its two low seasons: between April and June and between September and November.