Itinerary in Brief
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- Revel in the eclectic culture of ancient capital Hanoi
- Sail spectacular Halong bay onboard the Paradise Luxury
- Walk amongst the clouds in the mystical town of Sapa
- Tread the pristine white sands of Vietnam’s finest beaches
- Discover the charm and romance of central highlands town Dalat
- Cruise the Mekong Delta and get a taste of some of the local produce
Your heavenly journey into the wonders of Halong Bay commences at noon from Tuan Chau Island located at the doorstep of Vietnam's most iconic natural environment. During the afternoon discover some of the treasures disseminated across the bay like scattered pearls; fascinating caves, pristine beaches, picturesque floating villages, and fantastic rock formations rising up out of crystalline water. While onboard, you can take advantage at leisure of Spa, Beauty & Massage services at any time.
Destined to be one of the highlights of your Paradise stay, a highly refined, innovative and varied cuisine will be presented for Lunch and Dinner in the elegant dining-room.
Spend the evening hunting down some of Hanoi’s finest cuisine, at a refined restaurant or from a friendly faced street vendor. Take a night walk around Hoan Kiem lake and enjoy the cool breeze off the water.
Visit Hoi An Old Quarter with ancient households, with touches of Japanese, Chinese and Thai styles in the building designs. Historic sites of Phuc Kien Communal House, Tan Ky ancient commercial house, the iconic Japanese Bridge (featured on the 20,000 Vietnam Dong note) and Phung Hung Ancient Trading House
Visit My Son holy land of Cham ethnic group.
Take a bike tour or leisurely stroll along Cua Dai beach, located about 5km from the town centre.
Spend your first day relaxing on Nha Trang’s pristine beaches, the best Vietnam has to offer.
Swim in cool waters and let the salt scrub the impurities from your skin as you earn your holiday tan. Spend the day tracing the sandy shore with your gently curved footprints.. Special activities to enjoy include parasailing, jet skiing, surfing and a children’s water park.
Hire a bicyle to ride around the city and its surrounding areas, and really get your bearings. Have fun at Vinpearl Amusement park, experience some of the history at the ancient Po Ngar Cham towers or the French built Nha Tho Nui Cathedral. Other sites of interest include the Long Son Pagoda and the National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam.
Spend time to make the most of the massage and spa facilities in the resort, to enjoy the sea breeze through your room window or go for a swim at either the resort pool or the adjacent beach.
Dalat is known throughout Vietnam as one of the most popular honeymoon destinations. The town is set against a backdrop of dark green mountains covered in pine trees, while the city itself is infused with greenery and often referred to as the ‘flower capital of Vietnam’. There are many fruit orchards, flower gardens, coffee plantations and waterfalls located around or nearby the city, making it a charming place with a thousand photo opportunities. The temperature is pleasantly cool throughout the year, as it is located on the edge of Vietnam’s Central Highland Plateau. Highlights of Dalat, beyond just walking around and enjoying the lovely architecture and gardens, are the ‘Crazy House’, famous for its kitsch architecture, Lam Ty Ni pagoda, accessible via a cable car ride providing some breathtaking views of the city and its surrounding scenery, Bao Dai summer palace, Tuyen Lam Lake and a rustic railway station with only an 8km network of tracks remaining.
Spend the day to visit these sites, making sure to duck into the town market for buy some of the famous dried flowers and fruits that make for delicious snacks.
As the journey progresses from islet to islet, you will experience a range of unique cultural activities. Share lunch with some local people, try the local herbal tea or the infamous snake-wine, listen to traditional Vietnamese folksong and sample seasonal fruits.
The boat will travel along the xep canal, where we will make stops at the coconut candy factory, the local bee-farm and the opportunity to take a horse drawn cart along the village path to Ben Truc orchard.
Return back to Saigon in the late afternoon.
Prices per person in USD from 1st Oct, 2014 to 30th Sep, 2015
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- Breakfast and 15 nights’ accommodation in twin or double rooms
- Pick-ups and transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle as specified in the itinerary except the Halong shared bus
- Train ticket: Hanoi – Sapa (4 soft sleeper shared cabin)
- Flight ticket with Vietnam Airlines: Hanoi/ Danang, Danang/Nha Trang
- Private boat cruise in Mekong Delta
- Experienced English-speaking guides as indicated in the itinerary
- All entry and sightseeing fees if any
- Lunches and dinners (if specified in the itinerary) in the best local restaurants
- Visa processing fee
- Taxes and services charges
- International flight tickets and airport tax
- Visa stamping fee
- Drinks, gratuities and personal expenses
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As this tour covers the whole country, you should take note that the north of Vietnam can be colder in the winter. Therefore, if visiting late or early in the year, you should bring a varied style of clothing, as the south has a more Tropical Climate. As some of the activities involve climbing stairs / Hiking, guests should also bring walking shoes/boots.
Hoi An is famous for its tailors – and most will make you anything you desire in under 24 hours! Be sure to have a look and see if there is anything suitable for yourself.
Attention: The itinerary may be subject to change due to the unfavorable weather conditions