Stretching over 3,200 kilometres in length with countless mountains, rivers, forests and beaches, Vietnam is one of Asia’s most diverse and fascinating countries. From the natural splendour and majesty of the north, to the historic charm of the central provinces Vietnam is a beautiful country.
Few places in Vietnam hold quite as much historic allure as Hoi An. The former importance of the ancient port can be witnessed in its colourful array of merchant houses, temples and markets. Nearby, the spectacular ruins at My Son mark the capital and religious centre of the former Champa Kingdom.
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Our Best Trips To Vietnam
- From 15 days - Tailor-made from £5800Join a gay group trip and discover the cultural wonders of Vietnam, Cambodia and, if you opt for our optional add-on, Laos. This is a great way to discover Southeast Asia in style. You’ll be staying in top hotels and wining...View Itinerary
- From 11 days - Tailor-made from £5120Join a gay group trip and discover Vietnam and Cambodia. You’ll visit the floating villages of Tonle Sap Lake, the vast temple complex of Angkor Wat and travelling around Hanoi on a cyclo. You’ll also eat a classic Vietnamese meal in...View Itinerary
- From 10 days - Tailor-made from £1455Discover Vietnam by exploring its culinary scene in major cities like Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi. You’ll also visit small a fishing village and dine in a Vietnamese home. Cruising along the Red River Delta you’ll see snapshots of Vietnamese life as...View Itinerary
Trips to Vietnam
Join this gay river cruise through Vietnam and Cambodia to discover Asia in the best way possible by going on this twin-centre tour to the delightful duo of countries. The delights of Vietnam include Ho Chi Min and Cambodia’s charming...
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- 21st March 2019
Join a gay group trip and discover Vietnam and Cambodia. You’ll visit the floating villages of Tonle Sap Lake, the vast temple complex of Angkor Wat and travelling around Hanoi on a cyclo. You’ll also eat a classic Vietnamese meal in...
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- 3rd January 2020
Join a gay group trip and discover the cultural wonders of Vietnam, Cambodia and, if you opt for our optional add-on, Laos. This is a great way to discover Southeast Asia in style. You’ll be staying in top hotels and wining...
This wonderful trip allows you to experience the best parts of both Cambodia and Vietnam. Start in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh and immerse yourself in the city’s vibrant atmosphere. You will then head to Siem Reap where you will explore...
On this adventure you will arrive in Beijing and have time to explore and soak up the ambience and of course experience the Great Wall of China and the Forbidden City before heading to Louyang. You will also visit beautiful...
Start this wonderful trip in Ho Chi Minh where you will explore this fantastic city and take a trip to the Mekong. Then move onto Hoi An, immersing yourself in the Vietnamese atmosphere. Next stop is Hanoi, where your days...
This stunning itinerary takes in four countries in what is sure to be the journey of a lifetime. Whilst staying in luxury accommodation, you’ll get the chance to see the highlights of Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. Exploring culture, cuisine,...
Discover Vietnam by exploring its culinary scene in major cities like Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi. You’ll also visit small a fishing village and dine in a Vietnamese home. Cruising along the Red River Delta you’ll see snapshots of Vietnamese life as...
Hotels in Vietnam
Getting to Vietnam
The national airline Vietnam Airlines flies direct from many international cities. Alternatively most of Vietnam can be reached through gateway cities in Asia.
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Our holidays to Vietnam will allow you to see the best parts. Start in Ho Chi Minh City and visit the war remnants museum and the Jade Emperor Pagoda. Visit the Binh Tay Market where you can pick up all your local goodies.
The next stop we recommend is Hoi An, which is famous for its Chinese lanterns. This cute historic city offers a different experience compared to the other larger cities you will be visiting.
Your penultimate stop is going to be Hanoi which is the capital city of Vietnam. Spend a few days exploring from top to bottom. Hanoi is filled with lots of great places to visit including the Temple of Literature and the Hoa Lo Prison Museum.
Save the best till last and visit Halong Bay which is just off the coast of Hanoi. Board your boat and cruise around the bay which is scattered with tiny little islands. Dive off your boat and swim in the bay. You can join a group or opt for your very own private ship. Dine on board and enjoy top quality Vietnamese food whilst watching the sunset. We have three wonderful blogs, written by one of our travel gurus about his experience in Vietnam. He discusses the Highlights of Vietnam, a guide to the city of Ho Chi Minh and he talks about the best things to do in Hue, which is a city between Hoi An and Hanoi.
What Everyone Does In Vietnam
It is easy to get around in Vietnam, so most people when they visit Vietnam, they see it all. Our Discover Vietnam itinerary takes 10 days, but you could take longer and do it in two weeks and add in a few extra places.
What Some People Do In Vietnam
Nha Trang is a city in the North of Vietnam. The Cai River and Cua Be rivers divide Nha Trang into 19 different islands. A great trip to build into your itinerary would be to island hop around these islands. The top ones we recommend visiting are Hon Mieu Island, Hon Tre Island and Hon Mun Island.
What No One Does In Vietnam
Hop on board a luxury cruise and sail up the Mekong River. Start in Ho Chi Minh and end in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. From here you can tour around Cambodia, of fly to another destination.
From the Blog
Gay Group Trip: Discover Southeast Asia
Ho Chi Minh City sits on and around two large rivers, Saigon and Dong Nai Rivers. The former giving us the city's maybe more recognisable unofficial name. Whilst Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam, and it might host the government
This is a whistle-stop tour of Vietnam, so we’re back to Dragon Air and a short trip to the cultural wonderland of Hue. If you have plenty of time, it’s well worth considering travelling by Land. Trains are available and
Vietnam. I hear the name, and still can't quite believe I'm going. It's possibly my generation, but the name just conjures up the sounds of Cavatina from the Deer Hunter, the controversial war, harsh communism and 'that' image of a