The central part of the country, is far more ready to make the best use of their natural resources, and welcome visitors to explore their beaches, golf courses, and UNESCO-listed heritage towns.
And in the north, where it’s more lush, and more mountainous, the big takeaway for most people is simply how beautiful it is. With terraced rice fields, towering karst peaks, and traditional hill tribes, it’s a photographer’s dream location. Hanoi, the capital, with 1000+ years of existence, is fascinating on its own, and you can easily spend a week there, and never get enough.
Plan for at least a week, and depending on how many locations you want to see, maybe as many as 10 or 14 days.
As always, the length of the journey is your call, since it’s your private tour.
• Ha Long Bay
• Ninh Binh and Sapa terraced rice fields
• Red and white deserts of Mui Ne
• Son Doong cave system
• Giang Dien falls
• Hue Citadel
• Hanoi’s Temple of Literature
• Eiffel’s post office
• Landmark and Bitexco towers in HCMC
• Bridge Hands near Da Nang
Vietnam’s Cultural Visuals
• Hoi An Ancient Town
• Hill tribes of Sapa
• Ha Long Bay
UNESCO World Heritage sites
• 5 cultural sites
• 2 natural sites
• 1 mixed site
When to Travel to Vietnam
March and April are the months that provide the best chance of good weather through the entire country. If you have specific dates in mind, please let us know.
• North – March/April and September to November are best
• Central – September to February is wet, while March to August is dry, with July and August warm & sunny
• South – weather is usually good most of the year, with the dryer season running from December to May, and the wetter season running from June through November
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