Visit two major attractions of southern Vietnam — one historical, one natural, both cultural — on this 11-hour tour to the Cu Chi Tunnels and the Mekong Delta from Ho Chi Minh City. Explore the tunnel system and learn about its role as a hospital, living quarters, storage, and more during wartime, and then cruise through the canals of the delta on a motorboat and rowboat to visit a village.
Indochina Junk Company wants its guests to have a unique experience in the Natural Wonder of the World which is Halong Bay, and that is why Dragon Legend Cruise takes guests to Bai Tu Long Bay with an off the beaten track itinerary, far away from the crowds. A two day, one night cruise to Bai Tu Long Bay is an ideal way to discover the natural beauty and local life on a limited time schedule. You will get to visit an enchanting cave, go kayaking through a magnificent limestone islands. This trip takes you deep into natural wonder to experience a memorable experience and relaxing night on the majestic bay.
A tour that combines culture with a touch of class; learn about local culture in a humorous way whilst watching a very unique and traditional form of Vietnamese entertainment - a Water Puppet Show. Then board a river cruise to dine in style.
This tour will take you from the densely populated Ho Chi Minh City to the dense jungle depths of the 72,000-hectare Nam Cat Tien National Park. Spend two days exploring the diverse flora and fauna of this vast park, including a nocturnal animals night tour and a hike to see swamp-dwelling crocodiles!
Perched atop a hill at an altitude of around 1500m, the town of Da Lat is the perfect respite from the heat and hectic pace of Ho Chi Minh City which is exactly why the French colonists built a resort here. Spend three days filling your lungs with fresh air as you explore the attractions and architecture of this atmospheric town.
Ho Chi Minh City is fast making a name for itself as a shopper’s paradise. Ultra-modern malls showcasing designer and high-street clothing brands jostle for space amongst local shops and massive markets; bargains can be found everywhere. We’ll take you to our pick of the best local shopping spots.
The viewing of Vietnam’s Fine Art offerings is a fascinating way of gaining insight into the country’s eventful history. Cultural exchange between Europe and Vietnam has left an undeniable mark on art of the last century; this tour is the perfect way to learn more about European-Vietnamese style fusion art.
Join this exciting 2-day tour that will take you to the highlights of the mighty Mekong Delta region. From cruising in a traditional boat through the waterways of the ‘Venice of Vietnam’ (the Mekong Delta river), to observing how local produce is made into products including coconut candy, to taking in the colorful floating market and visiting a Snake Farm.
Did you have enough of traffic and motorbikes? Spend a half-day leisurely cycling though the scenic countryside of Central Vietnam. This tour will take you into the very heart of rural Hoi An for a special insight into the everyday life of a local fishing village, wildlife and many water palm groves. You will have the chance to pass-by water buffalo, rice paddies, and you will find out more about day-by-day life of local farmers.
Hoi An is an extraordinary jewel of a town. The town managed to remain untouched, and as you wander the completely traffic-free streets of this ancient seaport it is not hard to imagine yourself amidst the sailors and merchants of the 18th Century, when Hoi An was one of the busiest trading ports in Asia. We will guide you through the small alleys and you will discover some of the most ancient buildings in town. This will be one of the most comprehensive visits of this UNESCO town.
Escape the big city to spend a day in Tay Ninh-a mountainous area near the Vietnamese-Cambodian border. Visit Black Lady Mountain for stunning views and intriguing Buddhist temples and caves, followed by Cao Dai Holy Temple to learn first-hand about the unique fusion religion of the Cao Dai sect.
If you want to experience the local way of life you can perfectly do that in one of the villages surrounding Hoi An, we know the place to go to. Tra Que is a charming little village located just a few kilometers northeast of Hoi An. This village is famous for many kinds of herbs and vegetables which spice and cheer up all the dishes of the area. We will make even more local when we take bicycles and ride into small paths and alleys where one normally does not come when taking a car. For those looking for something truly green, authentic and with a fun twist to it, don’t look any further.
Situated 50 kilometers southwest of Hoi An in a lush green valley, My Son was the cultural and religious center of the once powerful but now extinct Champa Kingdom. It still represents one of the most outstanding Hindu temple complexes in South East Asia. After lunch, steps again into history with a half-day walking tour in Hoi An historic town. We will guide you through the small alleys and together we will discover some of the most ancient building in town.
History, nature, and beautiful beaches are what make up this stunning area of Central Vietnam. The contrast between the modern and thriving city of Da Nang and the small and charming historic Hoi An is noteworthy. With Da Nang being more the commercial heart of this part of Vietnam, the unique trading town of Hoi An was a civilization cut off by destroyed rail lines and a silted river, leaving it untouched by war and frozen in time. See architecture reminiscent of traders of a bygone era - Japanese, French, Chinese, and Indian, as well as beautifully preserved ancient houses on this tour during this day of exploration.
Vietnamese cuisine is gaining more and more popularity in the world and is celebrated for its healthy qualities. It relies on the freshest ingredients, herbs and vegetables as well as minimal use of oil. It also reflects the concept of the fine balance of five fundamental taste elements, such as salty, sweet, bitter, spicy and sour. Discover the culture of Vietnamese culinary art with a local renowned chef, who will entertain and provide a "hands-on" cooking experience of some of Vietnam’s most famous dishes.
The Saigon by night tour is designed to get you out on the road when Saigon really comes alive. Eating, drinking and spending time with friends out on the town is a big part of the social fabric of being Saigonese.
This tour was a great experience to get to know Saigon by the real local life here. Enjoy the water puppet show and the local Vietnamese food. This is a good tour for experiencing the city and culture of Saigon.
The Saigon by night tour is designed to get you out on the road when Saigon really comes alive. Eating, drinking and spending time with friends out on the town is a big part of the social fabric of being Saigonese. From restaurants, bars, street stands to the many parks, people like to get out and relax.
The trip to Cu Chi is a combination of culture and history. You will have the chance to stop by a lacquer ware factory to see some amazing examples of craftsmanship and traditional Vietnamese images. Pop in and see the soon to be finished war memorial of Tam Giac Sat (Iron Triangle). Stop by a lakeside restaurant and sample some lovely dishes while taking in the peaceful atmosphere of the countryside. After lunch, ride your bike onto a ferry and make a river crossing to the famed Cu Chi tunnels. There you will see how the Vietnamese people resisted both the French colonization and the American invasion.
Street-food and Easy-cycle, why not? Join our excursion to find out another image of Hanoi apart from narrow streets, horny motors and touristic Old Quarter. Hanoi is a green city of 60 lakes and West Lake is the largest one. Just 2km from Hanoi Old quarter, it’s indeed another world! In 3 hours, you will be cycling around the lake with many photo stops at Lotus ponds, Tran Quoc Pagoda and Temple of Mother Goddess. See the contrast picture when skyscrapers and world class resorts standing next to the ancient pagodas and temples. Sit down in some lakeside stalls to enjoy some “pho cuon” beef-noodle-rolls, some hot-steamed sea snails, and try “bun rieu cua,” a hearty bowl of rice noodles swimming in steaming crab broth, one of the favorite flavors of Hanoians living around the lake. During May – June, you can sit among the lotus ponds to smell the scent of Lotus tea refined from each drop of water.