BEST OF VIETNAM – 12 DAYS
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Welcome to Ho Chi Minh City, previously Saigon, Vietnam’s busy, dynamic, and financial center. Meet your tour guide and driver at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, then take transportation to your hotel in the city center. Allow yourself the remainder of the day to recuperate from jet lag and explore the city on your own. Enjoy a welcome supper at the award-winning Mandarin Restaurant in the evening.
Accommodation: Park Hyatt Hotel.
- Breakfast & meals per mentioned in the itinerary.
- Transport by private car with AC.
- English-speaking guides.
- Domestic flight tickets (SGN-NHA, NHA-DAD, DAD-HAN).
- Water & First Aid.
- Entrance fees, performances, boat trips & excursions.
- Travel insurance.
- Vietnam Visa.
- Gratuities for tour guides/ drivers.
- Beverages & other personal expenses.
Cancellation/ Booking Policy
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