TASTE OF VIETNAM – 11 DAYS
On this 11-day journey from North to South, take Vietnamese cooking classes in Hanoi, Hoian, and Ho Chi Minh City; glide across Halong Bay on…Read more
Welcome to Hanoi, the bustling colonial capital of Vietnam. Your tour guide and driver will greet you outside the baggage claim area of Noi Bai International Airport and transport you to your hotel in the city center. After checking in and being refreshed, take a one-hour cyclo tour of Hanoi’s atmospheric Old Quarter, a bustling neighborhood of narrow alleyways home to literally thousands of tiny shops, shops, and street vendors selling anything from bananas to books. Dine on table delights at one of the city’s finest restaurants.
Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi.
- Breakfast & meals per mentioned in the itinerary.
- Transportation by private car with AC.
- English or French-speaking guides.
- 3 domestic flights (HAN – DAD, DAD – NHA, DLI – SGN).
- All 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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