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Old 08-16-2011, 01:15 PM
annei1503 annei1503 is offline
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Post How to make a perfect Vietnam tour package?

Vietnam tours have been much popular off late. Why shouldn’t they be? Vietnam as a country is rich with a large number of destinations blessed by phenomenal natural settings. But for a first time traveler on Vietnam tours, it may be a strenuous task to plan tour itineraries. Because whenever we go out for holiday trips, we have time limits. Some plan for a week, some for two or three days and some more than a week. It all varies from person to person, that is understandable. For this reason I will highlight some of the most popular spots that you can consider on your next Vietnam tours.
HCMC (Ho Chi Minh City) – Most of the travelers start their travels from this city only. You can spend a whole day or if you have more time you can plan for more than that for this city. There are a good number of destinations here that attract travelers. A guided tour to HCMC city will help you make the most of your time. If you have enough time to spend, you can take a tour to the outer areas of the city where you can get to explore wide stretched beaches, peaceful natural settings and a lot of rare species of flora and fauna and even wildlife.
Hanoi - You must have heard about Hanoi already, the city has many places that will give you an opportunity to get to know the great past and present culture of Vietnamese. Some of the popular destinations in Hanoi that you should include in Vietnam tour packages and itinerary are Old Quarters, Temple of Literature, One Pillar Pagoda, West Lakes etc.
Halong Bay - This is a gem of Vietnam’s travel industry. A Unesco rated world heritage site. Do you need more proof to prove the significance of Halong bay in any Vietnam tours packages? I believe you don’t. The bay is popular for cruising, kayaking, swimming, old cave exploration etc. The emerald water of the sea seems crystal clear that reflects those curvy lime stone mountains standing everywhere in the bay. You will definitely have a life time experience of touring here.
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Old 10-24-2016, 02:29 PM
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The classic tour across the north and south of Vietnam makes it possible to explore the premier travel destinations and discover more about the traditions and culture of the locals. This country, with its timeless beauty is rich in memorable sites to explore, including the iconic UNESCO Heritage listed sites like Ha Long Bay, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, My Son Sanctuary, Hoi An Ancient Town and Citadel of the Ho Dynasty. For the traveler's interested in traditional Vietnamese this type of tour is certain to provide the authentic and soothing experience that lets you visit the sights of today and yesteryear.

A simple itinerary for a classic tour can include exploring the bustling Hanoi, the peaceful Ha Long Bay, the old-fashioned costal town of Hoian or the lush-green valleys in the southern district of Mekong. Many of the tours include traditional shows and cyclo rides to give a full appreciation of what this country has to offer. Other delights include visiting the floating markets to cruising by sampan on the Perfume River. Additionally, the tours can take you further south to Ho Chi Minh City to help you fully immerse yourself in the atmosphere and color of this country.
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