Once known as Faifo, Hoi An was one of the orient's major trading ports in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Hoi An City Tours

Take a step back in time on a walking city tour of Hoi An -a well-known ancient town in Vietnam and a UNESCO World heritage site. A private guide leads you through the well-kept historic district of this once-prosperous seaport city.

Nha Trang Boat trip

Overview Transferring to Da Chong Whalf, about 18 km away from the city center for embarking on boat, cruising on Nha Phu bay.

Ha Long bay

Recognized by Unesco as a World Heritage Site since 1994 for it thousands of natural islands, Ha Long Bay is a legendary world, and one of the most magnificent scenic spots in Vietnam as well.

Discover Stunning Terraced fields in Northwest Vietnam

The terraced fields in the mountain district of Mu Cang Chai in Yen Bai, Vietnam are associated with the developmental history of the Mong ethnic minority group.

Staying afloat in a picturesque lagoon

Hai Hung, host of the sole homestay service on Thi Tuong lagoon, the biggest of its kind in Mekong Delta poses with a bag of ghem - a kind of small crab / PHOTO: PHU SA LOC
Thi Tuong Lagoon stretches along for about 10 kilometers. Its widest part is some three kilometers, and its water surface covers an area of some 700 hectares.
The lagoon hosts some 20 big and small floating bamboo houses where local fishermen stay while waiting to collect their catch.
Nguyen Van Hung, or better known as Hai Hung, owns most of the houses there, earning him the moniker, “King of the lagoon.”
He is also the only fisherman to operate a homestay service at his biggest house, or “the water villa” as the locals call it.
We visited Hung’s house on the recommendation of famous writer Nguyen Ngoc Tu, who led a dozen tourist groups, including foreigners, there last year. Most of the people that Tu, Hung’s friend, has taken to his floating house are writers. Some of the writers with foreign friends asked her to guide the latter as well.
Hung’s children picked us up on motorized boats at the Xeo Duoc relic site, which is over 30 kilometers from Ca Mau Town.
They took us directly to the popular house, which is ten meters wide and 20 meters long. The house can accommodate as many as 100 people. Next to it was an old boat where vegetables are planted, while inside there were several cages holding fowls.
After a short break, the 51-year-old host, who started working at Thi Tuong some 30 years ago, took us around the lagoon.
Since it was late in the afternoon, the sun was moving down to the sea on the west, leaving sunrays reflected on the slightly moving water surface. We all agreed that the scene was a hint that the lagoon deserves the praise it gets for its beauty.
Occasionally, on the way, fishermen collecting the yield from their nets would raise their head above the water to greet Hung and his guests.
Hung said the water level reaches an adult’s chest during summer, and its highest level is around 1.6 meters during the rainy season.
Despite the shallow water, the lagoon is a rich source of fish, prawn and crab throughout the year, helping local fishermen, including our host, make their living.
For instance, September is the season of ghem which is a small crab known for its quality meat and roe, Hung told us, adding that during the season, fishermen can harvest at least 500-700 kilograms per day.
It took us almost two hours to finish the tour around the lagoon, taking in a beautiful sunset and other scenes before returning to Hung’s house, where an array of dishes made with local produce by his wife, Duong Thi Lua, was awaiting.
We ate and drank, sitting on the wooden floor, and Hung entertained us with stories about the lagoon.
He said legend has it that the lagoon was named after a woman who was the first one to exploit it. Its other name is Ba Tuong (Lady Tuong). Locals also call it Dua Nuoc (Nipa fruitcans) because it is surrounded by these palms.
Situated between Phu Tan and Tran Van Thoi districts, the lagoon consists of three smaller lagoons: Trong (inside), Giua (middle), and Ngoai (outside). The largest is Giua which is often compared to a fully inflated balloon.
As Hung’s stories continued, a chilly breeze blew in from outside the house, but several glasses of rice wine mixed with honey kept us warm.
Hung said he once treated a group of Korean tourists to the homemade liquor, and the foreigners loved it so much that they drank a lot. The next morning, one of them, nursing a hangover, missed his step when getting on a boat, and fell into the water. He was covered in mud, but kept laughing.
According to Hung, positive reviews online have helped increase the popularity of his service.
We finished the dinner soon, but stayed up until it was nearly midnight, drinking and admiring the lagoon’s night scene: the moon and stars lit up the vast dark sky, and moonlight was reflected by the calm waters.
When we woke up the next morning, we were offered bowls of hot rice porridge with small shrimps cooked by Lua, and glasses of lightly fragrant tea.
It was still early, so we were able to catch the soft light before sunrise, and see how crystal clear the water was. But soon, clouds appeared in the sky, coloring the water with a slightly pink shade.
Finally, the sun came out, breaking the morning dew, and streaks of red seemed to move along with waves across the lagoon before disappearing.
The homestay cost us just VND200,000 each, but besides accommodation, meals, and the lagoon tour, Hung also gifted us bags of ghem.
Meanwhile, Lua kept blaming us for not being able to prepare mam (fish paste) – a native specialty – as gifts for us, saying that we should have informed them of our visit in advance.
“It is such a strange place,” Tu had told us. “People treat their guests whole-heartedly, and are ready give guests gifts even before starting any conversation.”


The northwestern part of Vietnam is one of the most interesting and beautiful areas of South East Asia. Vietnam is home to 54 ethnic groups and in the northwestern part of the country you’ll see the lives and customs of some of the ethnic minorities. In this part of the country the minorities still dress in their traditional colorful clothing – especially the women. The Northwest Jeep tour includes a minority trek, overnight stay with some of the tribes and a jeep tour through some of the country’s most spectacular nature.

Day 1: Hanoi – Lao Cai
You will be picked up at 20:00 from your hotel and transferred to the train station. Here, you take a night train to Lao Cai. The night train leaves at 21:10. Overnight stay on train in a 4-berth soft sleeper cabin.
Day 2: Lao Cai – Sapa
The train arrives at Lao Cai train station early in the morning, at around 06:00. Pick-up and transport by shared bus to Sapa (35km – about 1 hour drive). In the morning, there will be some spare time to enjoy the fantastic view of the Sapa valley and explore the local market. In the afternoon the guide will provide with more information about the tour. After this we’ll visit the Cat Cat village, where the Black H’mong people live. Overnight stay at o hotel in Sapa.
Day 3: Sapa – Lao Chai – Ta Van(B, L, D)
After breakfast, leaving the hotel and trekking to Lao Chai village to visit the Black H’mong people. From Lao Chai you’ll continue to Ta Van village to visit the Zay people. Dining and sleeping in a local homestay in the Ta Van village.
Trekking distance: 15km
Day 4: Ta Van – Giang Ta Chai – Ban Ho(B, L, D)
Walking tour to Giang Ta Chai village to visit Red Dao people. The women of Red Dao have a very colorful red embroideries, coins on their clothing, and on their head they wear a red scarf. Some of the women have shaved off their eyebrows because a hairless face is considered, by the the Red Dao people, to be very beautiful. We then make our way to the waterfall in Giang Ta Chai. In the afternoon we’ll make our way to Ban Ho, to visit the Tay people. If we arrive early there will be some spare time to go for a swim in the nearby river.
Trekking distance: 15km
Day 5: Ban Ho – Sapa (B)
After breakfast, trekking up to Su Pan hill (3km). Pick-up and transport back to Sapa. In the afternoon, there will be some spare time to experience the colorful Sapa market. Overnight stay at a hotel in Sapa.
Day 6: Sapa – Lai Chau (178km) (B)
In the morning driving in a car to Lai Chau. On the first part of the trip we will pass the beautiful Silver Waterfall Thac Bac and Tram Ton Pass (1900m). Later there will be a chance to visit Lao, Lu, Thai, Mang and Black Dao villages. Arrival in the afternoon to Lai Chau – one of the hottest places in Vietnam during the summer months. Overnight stay at a hotel in Lai Chau.
Day 7: Lai Chau – Dien Bien Phu (130km) (B)
Starting the day by driving to Dien Bien Phu. While driving, one can enjoy the spectacular view of the forested hills. Making several stops on the way to visit some of the minority villages (Kho Mu, Thai and H’mong). Arrival in the noon at Dien Bien Phu in the flat Muong Thanh Valley. Dien Bien Phu was the place, where the last battle between the forces of Ho Chi Minh’s Viet Minh army and the French(1954). In the afternoon visiting the Museum in Dien Bien Phu, which gives a better understanding of the Vietnamese history. Overnight stay at a hotel in Dien Bien Phu.
Day 8: Dien Bien Phu – Son La (180km)(B)
Leaving Dien Bien Phu and driving to Son La. The drive is beautiful, with high mountains, limestone rocks, gorges, rice fields and small villages. Before arriving in Son La the bus makes a stop in a small village, where there will be a chance to visit the Thai people. Overnight stay in Son La.
Day 9: Son La – Mai Chau (180km) (B)
Leaving the hotel at 08:00 in the morning for a short trek and visiting another Thai village. Arrival late in the afternoon at Lat village in Mai chau, where we’ll spend the night at local homestay.
Day 10: Mai Chau – Hanoi (165 km) (B)
Leaving Mai Chau at 08:00 in the morning and heading for Hanoi. On the way to Hanoi we’ll visit the Hoa Binh Hydro-Electric Power. Later in the afternoon we’ll arrive in Hanoi, where the tour ends.
(B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner)

Trip notes

What to bring:
Trekking shoes or boots.
Warm fleece jacket in the winter.
Cap or hat, sunglasses and sun lotion.
Medicine for personal use.

Size of group
1 pax
2 pax
3 pax
4+ pax
Single Room

Note: Price in USD per person
Inclusive of:
Van/mini bus transfers
Train tickets Hanoi - Lao Cai - Hanoi (first class)
Accommodations (1 night on train in deluxe 4 berth cabin, 3 nights in homestay in Ta Van, Ban Ho, Mai Chau with mattress, sheets, blankets and mosquito net included, 5 nights in budget hotels in Sapa, Lai Chau, Dien Bien Phu and Son La)
Meals (8 x breakfast, 2 x lunch, 2 x dinner)
Admission fee for villages
English speaking tour guide.
Exclusive of: Insurance, drinks, personal expenses and tips



Duration: 4 Days

The northeastern part of Vietnam is one of the least visited, but most beautiful and interesting areas in Vietnam. On this tour you will visit the Ba Be National Park with a boat trip, see spectacular waterfalls, impressive grottoes and the border town of Lang Son.

Day 1: Hanoi – Ba Be National Park.
Day 2: Ba Be Lake – Cao Bang.
Day 3: Cao Bang – Ban Gioc waterfall – Cao Bang.
Day 4: Cao Bang – Lang Son – Hanoi.

Day 1: Hanoi - Ba Be National Park (250 km - 10 hours). (L, D)
You will be picked up at 08:00 by a private van/mini bus and we depart for Ba Be National Park. On the way there stopping in Thai Nguyen city to visit the Museum of the Culture - the second largest museum in Vietnam for ethnic minorities. We continue our drive to Ba Be National Park. Spending the night with a local family, in a Tay village overlooking Ba Be Lake.

Day 2: Ba Be Lake - Cao Bang (115 km - 4 hours). (B, L, D)
In the morning off to a boat trip on Ba Be Lake. It is a beautiful area surrounded by high limestone hills and tropical forest. You will stop at Dau Dang Waterfall and the impressive Puong Cave which is 30m high and 300m long. The river flows through the cave, so the boat will take you through to the other side. Return to the homestay, from where you will drive to Cao Bang. Arrival in Cao Bang in the evening and stay in a hotel.

Day 3: Cao Bang - Ban Gioc waterfall - Cao Bang (180 km - 8 hours). (B, L, D)
At around 09:00am driving to the largest waterfall in Vietnam, Ban Gioc. Having lunch en-route. Later in the afternoon heading back to the hotel in Cao Bang.

Day 4: Cao Bang - Lang Son - Hanoi (330 km - 10 hours). (B, L)
At around 08:00am we drive to the border town Lang Son, where lunch will be served. In the afternoon, we will visit the beautiful caves in the town and the local market before driving to Hanoi.  We will be back to Hanoi around 17:00.

(B: breakfast; L: lunch; D: dinner)

Trip notes
- The program is subject to change according to the weather conditions.
- Tipping is not compulsory but it is highly recommended if you are satisfied with the services.

What to bring

Warm sweater in winter time
Mosquito repellent
Cap or hat and sun lotion
Camera and battery
Torch and ear plugs
Medicine for personal use

Size of group
1 pax
2 pax
3 pax
4+ pax
Single Room

Note: Price in USD per person
Inclusive of: 
Private van/mini bus for transfers
Boat trip on Ba Be Lake
Accommodation (1 night in homestay; 2 nights in hotels)
Meals according to the program
All entrances fees and permit fees
English speaking tour guide.

Exclusive of: Insurance, drinks, personal expenses and tips.


Duration: 5 Days

For those wanting to delve deeper into Vietnam both geographically and culturally the central region offers a more rounded picture of the countrys roots. It is here that you'll discover all three of Vietnams UNESCO cultural sites. The major sites of interest are loosely gathered around the three main towns in the region, Hoi An, Hue and Da Nang. This tour consists of interesting tourist attractions in the central of Vietnam: Hue, Da Nang and Hoi An.

Day 1: Hue arrival (L)

You will be picked up from Hue train station or from Phu Bai airport and transferred to your hotel in the center of Hue city. In the afternoon, boat trip on the Perfume River and visit to Thien Mu pagoda. On return, you can relax and admire the beautiful landscapes along the River.
Overnight stay in Hue at Festival Hotel (***) or similar.

Day 2: Hue - Da Nang (B, L, D)
In the morning, visit to the Tombs of Emperor Tu Duc & Emperor Khai Dinh and the Royal Citadel. After lunch, travel to Danang (110km ) via Hai Van Pass - one of the most scenic hillside roads in Vietnam. At the height of 500m above the sea level the Pass produces spectacular cloud formations and views of sprawling Da Nang to the south and picturesque Lang Co Beach to the north. Arrival in Da Nang late in the afternoon followed by lunch in one of the many local restaurants.
Overnight in Da Nang city at Pacific Hotel (***) or similar.

Day 3: Da Nang - Hoi An (B, L)

In the morning the trip continues to Hoian with a visit to Cham Museum, Marble Mountains, stone carving village of Non Nuoc and white sandy beach. After lunch at a local restaurant in Hoian, the rest of the day is at your own disposal. Overnight at Hoian at Lotus Hotel (***) or similar.

Day 4: Hoi An (B, L)
The day starts with a half day tour in Hoian. You'll have a chance to explore the ancient narrow streets of Hoian and visit historic temples, the old house of Tan Ky, the Japanese Covered bridge, Thu Bon and Phuc Kien assembly hall. Overnight at Hoian at Lotus Hotel (***) or similar.

Day 5: Hoian - My Son - Departure from Da Nang (B, L)

Trip to My Son (55km) on rural roads in order to explore the architectural treasure and sculptures of Cham from the 7th to the 13th century. Lunch will be served in Da Nang city. The trip ends at Da Nang airport.

(B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner)

10 Top Tourist Attractions in Vietnam

Most travelers to Vietnam are attracted by the country’s wonderful natural beauty: From the green rice fields in the north to the fascinating bustle of the Mekong Delta in the south. Vietnam however is also a country with a long history and ancient traditions. It has many historic attractions and old temples. An overview of the most amazing tourist attractions in Vietnam.

10. Nha Trang

Nha Trang is Vietnam’s most popular seaside resort town located along the second most beautiful bays in the country. It features beautiful beaches with fine and clean sand and clear ocean water with mild temperatures. The city has about 300,000 inhabitants and is more lively and urban in character than other beach destinations like Mui Ne and Phu Quoc. It’s also the scuba diving center of Vietnam.

9. Cu Chi Tunnels

The Cu Chi Tunnels are an immense network of connecting underground tunnels located about 40 km northwest of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). The tunnels were used by Viet Cong guerrillas as hiding spots during the Vietnam War, and were the base of operations for the Tết Offensive in 1968. The tunnels have become a popular tourist attraction, and visitors are invited to crawl around in the safer parts of the tunnel system.

8. Mekong River (Mekong Delta)

The Mekong Delta is the region in southern Vietnam where the Mekong River approaches and empties into the sea. It is a very rich and lush area, covered with rice fields, that produces about half of the total of Vietnam’s agricultural output. Subsequently, life in the Mekong Delta revolves much around the river, and all the villages are often accessible by river rather than by road.

7. Mui Ne

The formerly little-inhabited beach south of the fishing village of Mui Ne has seen some serious development in the last 15 years. Due to strong sea breezes it is a popular destination in Vietnam for kite- and windsurfing. No trip to Mui Ne is complete without a trip to the famous sand dunes located a short distance north of the town. The vast sandy expanse provide some great panoramic views especially during sunset.

6. Sa Pa Terraces

Sa Pa is a town in northwest Vietnam not far from the Chinese border. Rice terraces can be found in the Muong Hoa valley between Sa Pa town and the Fansipan Mountain, on a backdrop of thick bamboo woodlands. Local mountain people, the Hmong, Giay, Dao, Tay, and Giay, grow rice and corn on these paddy terraces, along with vegetables.

5. Phu Quoc

Located in front of the Cambodia coast, Phu Quoc is the largest island in Vietnam. Phu Quoc is what Phuket would be if it hadn’t been overrun by development. The island features pristine tropical forests, undamaged coral reefs and great beaches. One of its beaches, named Bai Dai (Long Beach), was chosen by the ABC News as one of five beautiful and clean beaches. Phu Quoc is famous for producing the best nuoc mam or fermented fish sauce in the world.

4. Hoi An

This fishing-village-turned-tourist-attraction is situated on the coast of the South China Sea. Hoi An has been an international port from the 16th century although the serious shipping business has long since moved to the city of Da Nang. The heart of the city is still the Old Town, full of winding lanes and Chinese-styled shops. It is sometimes called the “Venice of Vietnam” because of the narrow canals that cut through part of the town.

3. Hoan Kiem Lake (Hanoi)

Located in the historical center of Hanoi, Hoan Kiem Lake is one of the major scenic spots in the city and serves as the locals’ favorite leisure spot. Hoan Kiem means “returned sword”, and the name comes from a legend in which King Le Loi was given a magical sword by the gods, which he used to drive out the invading Chinese. Later he returned the sword to the Golden Turtle God in the lake.

2. Thien Mu Pagoda (Hue)

With seven stories, the Thien Mu Pagoda in Hue is the tallest pagoda in Vietnam. The pagoda overlooks the Perfume River and is regarded as the unofficial symbol of the former imperial capital. The temple was built in 1601 during the rule of the Nguyễn Lords. The initial temple was very simply constructed, but over time it was redeveloped and expanded with more intricate features.

1. Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay is situated in north Vietnam round a 120 kilometer long coast line and is literally translated as “Bay of Descending Dragons”. The top tourist attraction in Vietnam, Ha Long Bay features thousands of islands, each topped with thick jungle vegetation, forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars. Several of the islands are hollow, with enormous caves, others islands include lakes and some support floating villages of fishermen.


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