The best Indochina tours for packages 2018 in Vietnam

Vietnam is full of spectacular, diverse areas from a variety of natural wonders, historic landmarks, and urban cities that leave numerous holiday possibilities. Whether you are looking for a cultural tour or a beach holiday, Vietnam is always a popular destination. Why don’t you enjoy the best Indochina tour for packages that Indochina Voyages has to offer!

 

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enjoy cruise in Halong

Enjoy sunset in Halong Bay

165km from Hanoi capital city, Halong Bay is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Vietnam. The picturesque area contains some great sandy beaches, mysterious caves, and around 1,600 islands and islets forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars, many of which are secluded and little affected by human’s activities. This beautiful bay has an abundance of marine life including 163 species of coral, from 44 lines of descent and 12 families, 107 varieties of fish, and 81 species of sea-bottom animals. Not surprisingly, it is a popular gathering place for scuba divers and international sports fishermen. The bay is also aesthetically, geologically, and geomorphologically significant as it was recognized by UNESCO as the World Natural Heritage in 1994 and 2000.

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Halong’s beaches are by far this island’s most wonderful attribute. Turquoise clear blue waters, white sands, and breathtaking sunrises and sunsets tend to be the norm here. What’s more, the Indochina Best Valued Package to Halong Bay also gives you a chance to visit many fishing villages situated throughout the island.

 

Classic Central Vietnam 

 

Can’t decide whether you want the World Heritage Sites, white sand beaches, centuries-old pagodas and temples decorated with paintings and colorful dragons, French colonial buildings and gothic-style cathedrals, magnificent mountains, Full Moon Festival, or verdant national parks? Go on a classic Central Vietnam tours and that may actually be all you see.

 

Non Nuoc Beach

Non Nuoc Beach in Da Nang

Adventure travelers flock to Danang in droves for the many heart-pumping excursions the modern city has to offer. And its beaches are no less action-packed. Rent a motorbike to hit up the Hai Van Pass or a scooter to ride along the newly-built road to the end to explore Son Tra Peninsula or climb to the summit of the Marble Mountains! More interested in taking a dip? Visit the gorgeous Non Nuoc Beach.

30km from Danang City, Hoian is the coolest little town in Southeast Asia. The renowned mysterious, enchanting streetscape of Japanese, Vietnamese and Chinese houses that pervade Hoian Ancient Town tend to distract from the fact that this town is home to some incredibly delicious street food. Go to the local markets and you will find a wide range of decoratively presented traditional dishes such as cao lầu (rice noodles with barbecued pork, greens and croutons), mì Quảng (Quang noodles), bánh xèo (sizzling cake), bánh bao vạc (white rose dumpling), cơm gà (chicken rice), bún thịt nướng (vermicelli noodles with grilled pork), etc at reasonable prices.

 

enjoy Cao Lau in Hoi An

enjoy Cao Lau in Hoi An

Perfectly suited for Vietnamese culture and history enthusiasts, the Imperial City of Hue offers a more laid-back atmosphere than its neighbors. For stunning photos ops, take a boat trip to the Perfume River!

 

Vietnam Cultural Highlights

 

If you have never been to Vietnam and you are curious about what it is like, let’s go on a Vietnam Cultural toursto get a glimpse into the Vietnamese way of life. From arrival to departure, you will surely be surrounded by the unique and very diverse cultures of this S-shaped country.

 

Van Phuc Village

Van Phuc Village- source: internet

With its rich mix of history, modern design, Vietnam’s motor culture, vibrant coffee culture, authentic Hanoi food, fresh beer, and lively arts scene, not to mention the quintessence of many traditional craft villages like Bat Trang Pottery Village, Van Phuc Silk Village, Dong Ho Village, Phu Vinh Bamboo Village, Ngu Xa Bronze Casting Village, Tay Tuu Flower Village, why do you still hesitate to plan a trip to Vietnam’s capital?

If you prefer a more laid-back experience, a smaller town like Sapa seems to offer low-key things to do. Sapa is a diverse and exciting city with some of Vietnam’s best sights to see, attractions to visit, and activities to take part in. From its trekking routes, the beauty and charm of its stilt houses, the delicious grilled food, and hotpots, countless opportunities to explore Vietnamese ethnic culture and history—the reasons we love Sapa are as diverse as the lovely town itself.

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growing rice in Sapa

growing rice in Sapa- source: internet

Many travelers avoid Ho Chi Minh City because of its infamously high costs, and its pretty high street crime rates. However, skipping Saigon on your Vietnam tour is a huge mistake! With its hidden riverside bars, awe-inspiring French colonial landmarks, contemporary architecture, and world-class art collection, Saigon is a cultural destination in itself.

No matter what you are looking for at a Vietnam holiday, the best Indochina tour packages 2018 are always a great choice.

 

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