Welcome to Vietnam
North and South, Mountain and Beach, Old and New. Vietnam is truly a country of contrasts. The North tempts the adventurous with rugged mountains and limestone karsts in the Northwest, majestic Ha Long Bay and the ancient-modern capital Hanoi. Head to the centre to find yourself wandering through beachside towns or seeking cool escapes on highland plateaus. Further South finds you living large in the heart of modern Ho Chi Minh City or perhaps lazily cruising along the Mekong river through endless rice paddies.
THE MEMORY OF VIETNAM’S UNIQUE CHARM WILL REMAIN WITH YOU FOREVER.
WHY WE LIKE VIETNAM
High in the mountains of North-West Vietnam, Sapa is home to a number of ethnic minority communities specializing in hand-weaving and Sapa is famed for its spectacular vistas and excellent trekking, including the opportunity to climb Fansipan Mountain, South-East Asia’s highest peak.
A thousand years of history are written on the streets of Hanoi, with depth and color added by the many diverse influences the city has felt over this time. A city that has managed to both embrace modernity yet still proudly uphold centuries-old traditions, the old and the new collide every day in these streets and alleys and yet both always seem to find their place.
A highlight of any trip to Vietnam, Ha Long Bay is recognized as one of the seven natural wonders of the world. A mystical landscape of sheer limestone karsts rising from still green waters, caves, grottos and spectacular sunsets.
The ancient town, Hoi An, recognized as a World Heritage Site, will take you on a romantic and historic journey of sights, sounds and tastes. The beach of Cua Dai has fabulous white sand and clear blue waters offering safe swimming.
Ho Chi Minh City
Formerly known as Saigon, today Minh City is Vietnam’s commercial center. A melting pot that is fast developing into a major regional center. The city’s dynamic energy is decidedly modern, with fine restaurants, smart hotels and chic bars jostling with sidewalk noodle stands, markets and shoeshine boys.
Mekong Delta offers various splendid landscapes: from ricefields to coconuts trees, but also mangroves housing traditional villages and the famous floating markets.
Phu Quoc Island
Phu Quoc Island, little heavens on earth, are idyllic escapes from the bustle of Ho Chi Minh City. A short flight reveals these oasis offer excellent opportunity of walking tour in the preserved forests and deserted beaches. Between December and February conditions are awesome to enjoy snorkeling and farniente.
What to expect
Vietnam’s far north offers a fascinating adventure through the mist-shrouded hills around Sapa, inhabited by a brilliant diversity of traditional ethnic groups, each with its own language, culture and costume.
Also in the north, the capital city, Hanoi, has a wealth of historical and cultural treasures, including the mausoleum of the illustrious founder of modern Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh, and vibrant street life among an eclectic mixture of buildings in the Old and French Quarters. Hanoi maintains a strong traditional culture and charms visitors with its friendly atmosphere. The city is the gateway to the natural attractions of Halong Bay and Ninh Binh.
VIETNAM HAS SO MUCH TO OFFER THAT TRAVELLERS COME BACK AGAIN AND AGAIN.
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