From swimming past limestone karsts to strolling through local markets, Vietnam offers something for everyone.
Famous Ha Long Bay
Dotted with thousands of limestone towers and islands, Ha Long Bay is one of the most breathtaking places in Vietnam. Aside from simply admiring this natural wonder, guests can kayak across the tranquil waters, swim off of some of the beautiful beaches or cruise through the bay on a wooden junk.
The historic city of Hue has three distinct areas, each with its own unique character. North of the river, the 19th Century walled Citadel contains the once magnificent Imperial City, quaint streets and beautiful gardens - one of Hue's main highlights. To the east, Phu Cat is a bustling district of shops and pagodas and what used to be called the European City, is where most of the hotels and tourist services are located.
Discover the Cu Chi tunnels
The fascinating 120km network of tunnels at Cu Chi were dug during the American war and offer an insight into the underground life of Vietnamese solders from the 1940's to the 1960's. Today, tourists can visit Ben Dinh and Ben Duoc to explore a short stretch of the tunnels and several trapdoors, living areas, kitchens, storage facilities, hospitals and command centres.