Family Vietnam Encompassed

14 nights from £1640

Start:Hanoi
Finish:Ho Chi Minh City
Duration:14 Nights
Group size:4 - 20
Suitable for: Family 7 - 17 Years
Accommodation:Standard
Physical rating:Medium, Full On
Meals:Breakfast: 14 Lunch: 5 Dinner: 4
Diets:Vegetarians, Vegans
Tour operated in: English

Overview

Join us on an in depth journey through magical Vietnam, traversing the country from north to south. Bike alongside the rice paddy fields of Mai Chau and explore the intricate network of waterways in the Mekong Delta. Witness the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, the old-world charm of Hanoi, ancient neighbourhoods of Hoi An and dramatic limestone pinnacles of Halong Bay. Mai Chau - Cycle along rice terraces and through villages dotted with stilt houses Ho Chi Minh City - Learn about the resourcefulness of the Viet Cong at the Cu Chi Tunnels, visit an underground weapons bunker and explore old Saigon's bustling back alleys Mekong Delta - Navigate the delta by bike and boat. Stay in a traditional homestay and take part in a Vietnamese cooking lesson.......read more
Highlights
  • Mai Chau - Cycle along rice terraces and through villages dotted with stilt houses
  • Ho Chi Minh City - Learn about the Cu Chi Tunnels, visit an underground weapons bunker and explore old Saigon's bustling back alleys
  • Mekong Delta - Navigate the delta by bike and boat. Stay in a traditional homestay and take part in a Vietnamese cooking lesson
Why Book this Tour
This extended holiday to Vietnam spends additional time in the north of the country, known for its rich heritage and beautiful scenery. Spend time in Mai Chau riding along the pathways dividing rice paddy fields and Ninh Binh known as an inland version of Halong Bay with its steep limestone pinnacles and intricate network of inland waterways to explore.

An ideal destination for families who want to explore the best of South East Asia and enjoy travelling on a variety of transport options - bus, train, boat, flight and bicycle. Vietnam is an incredibly welcoming country, and caters extremely well to families of all ages. There are a number of easy active elements to this adventure including trying out Vietnams answer to Kung Fo, sea kayaking in the stunning Halong Bay, kite flying and cycling along the Delta - this adventure also allows us to meet local people and visit their homes including when we make kites and rice-paper. A great trip from one end of the country to the other.
At the end of your trip you can extend your tour with a four night tropical beach extension to Phu Quoc (trip code VB) known for its expansive white sand beaches. Located off the south west coast of Vietnam, enjoy three nights at the for star Amarin Resort and Spa from £249 per person based on twin share including return flights from Ho Chi Minh City, transfers and daily breakfast.

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Start:Hanoi
Finish:Ho Chi Minh City
Duration:14 Nights
Group size:4 - 20
Suitable for: Family 7 - 17 Years
Accommodation:Standard
Physical rating:Medium, Full On
Meals:Breakfast: 14 Lunch: 5 Dinner: 4
Diets:Vegetarians, Vegans
Tour operated in: English
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