Vietnam Tours

Travel to Vietnam and discover all corners of this beautiful country and its unique charm from the lush hillsides filled with paddy fields to exotic limestone islands, metropolitan cities and ancient temples. Feast your senses on diverse Vietnamese culture, history and cuisine. Sail the scenic backdrops of Halong Bay and explore Hue’s Imperial City. Discover the perfect blend of Chinese, Vietnamese and French influence on culture, cuisine and architecture throughout Hanoi. Stroll the colourfully ancient towns of Hoi An and challenge the chaos of Ho Chi Minh! Vietnam is ready to excite and entice.

Travel Talk Vietnam tours cover 4 star accommodation, private and comfortable transportation, domestic flights to save on travel time, unparalleled sights and options to extend your journey into Cambodia and Thailand.

Discover all corners of Vietnam and its unique charm from the lush hillsides filled with paddy fields to exotic limestone islands, metropolitan cities and ancient temples. Feast your senses on diverse Vietnamese culture, history and cuisine. Sail the scenic backdrops of Halong Bay and explore Hue’s Imperial City. Discover the perfect blend of Chinese, Vietnamese and French influence on culture, cuisine and architecture throughout Hanoi.

Our Vietnam Trips

Trip Style: Classic, Discovery

Incredible Vietnam

9 Days

4.6

5 reviews

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$2024

$1113

best time to visit vietnam

Trip Style: In-Depth Explorer, Overland

Best of Thailand & Vietnam

15 Days

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No reviews yet

from

$4120

$2266

Trip Style: In-Depth Explorer, Overland

Best of Vietnam & Cambodia

15 Days

5

7 reviews

from

$3240

$1782

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Trip Style: Classic, Overland

Best of Cambodia & South Vietnam

8 Days

4.7

3 reviews

from

$1435

$789

Trip Style: Classic, Overland

Amazing Vietnam & Cambodia and Thailand ends Chiang Mai

15 Days

5

4 reviews

from

$3309

$1820

Trip Style: In-Depth Explorer, Overland

Ultimate Vietnam & Cambodia & Thailand ends Chiang Mai

22 Days

5

4 reviews

from

$4958

$2727

Trip Style: Classic, Overland

Amazing Vietnam & Cambodia & Thailand ends Bangkok

16 Days

5

4 reviews

from

$3645

$2005

Trip Style: Classic, Overland

Impressive South East Asia Ending in Phuket

22 Days

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$5279

$2903

Trip Style: Classic, Overland

Impressive South East Asia Ending in Krabi

22 Days

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$5517

$3034

Vietnam Accommodation

Please find below the 4 Star hotels used on our Vietnam trips. All accommodation is carefully hand-selected to satisfy our standards in terms of quality, authenticity and location for you to enjoy a comfortable and unforgettable holiday. (Hotels with similar ratings may be used depending on availability and group size)

Thien Thai Hotel
Hanoi
4 Star

Thien Thai Hotel offers luxurious and modern accommodation in Hanoi's Old Town and a short 15-minute walk from Hanoi Old City Gate and Hoan Kiem Lake.

SAPA AMAZING HOTEL
Sapa
4 Star

A short walk from Sapa Cathedral and Quan Truong Square, Sapa Amazing Hotel is nestled in the heart of the town with views of the surrounding mountains.

TRADITIONAL JUNK
Halong Bay
SUPERIOR JUNK

Sleep onboard a traditional-style boat and set sail through hundreds of limestone islands that rise dramatically from the emerald waters of the bay.

Royal Riverside Hoi An Hotel
Hoi An
4 Star

Located on the bank of the romantic Thu Bon River, Royal Riverside Hoi An Hotel is a short walk from Hoi An's ancient town and offers elegant rooms with river view.

Moonlight Hotel
Hue
4 Star

Moonlight Hotel features a panoramic picture of Hue City, Perfume River, Trang Tien bridge and Hue citadel.The hotel offers a SPA center & indoor pool.

Paragon Hotel
Ho Chi Minh
4 Star

Enjoying a prime location in the heart of the vibrant Ho Chi Minh City, Paragon Saigon Hotel features modern rooms & a rooftop pool and leads the way in imaginative and creative interior design.

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Vietnam Tours Guidebook

Best Time to Visit Vietnam

Find our seasonal breakdown in detail for the best time to visit Vietnam. Generally, the best time to travel to Vietnam is the dry season from October to May, when nearly all parts of the country are enjoying dry and sunny weather. The dry season from October to April offers pleasant weather with cooler temperatures, making it an ideal time to explore northern Vietnam, including Hanoi, Halong Bay, Ho Chi Minh, and the Mekong Delta. Why You Should Visit Vietnam: You should travel to Vietnam for several compelling reasons. Vietnam boasts a diverse and breathtaking landscape, from the terraced rice fields in the north to the pristine beaches in the south. Halong Bay, with its thousands of limestone karsts, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a must-see. Vietnam has a long history and a vibrant culture. You can explore ancient temples, historical sites, and traditional villages. The country's history, art, and traditions are fascinating to learn about.
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Best Places to Visit in Vietnam

Vietnam offers a wealth of remarkable destinations to explore. Visit our best places to visit in Vietnam page to read about all the fascinating places visited on our tours. Vietnam is a country of remarkable natural beauty, rich history, and vibrant culture, offering an array of spectacular destinations to explore. One of the top places to visit is the bustling city of Hanoi, Vietnam's capital. Here, you can wander through the charming Old Quarter's narrow streets, visit historical sites like Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum and the Temple of Literature, and savor delectable street food in local markets. Hanoi is a gateway to the stunning Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its iconic limestone karsts and emerald waters. A cruise through this enchanting bay is a must for travelers seeking breathtaking scenery and tranquil waters. Further south, the historic city of Hoi An, a UNESCO-listed ancient town, captures the essence of Vietnam's cultural heritage. Its well-preserved architecture, lantern-lit streets, and a fusion of Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese influences make it a picturesque and atmospheric destination. The city is also renowned for its tailor shops, where you can have custom-made clothing created in a matter of hours.
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Vietnam Travel Advice

Read through our Vietnam travel advice in detail and make sure you are up-to-date with the pre-departure essentials before your trips to Vietnam. Most nationalities require a visa to enter Vietnam. You can obtain a visa in advance from the nearest Vietnamese embassy or consulate in your home country. Alternatively, some nationalities are eligible for e-visas or visa on arrival, which you should arrange before your trip. Ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your intended departure date from Vietnam. You need to have valid and adequate travel insurance before your tour with Travel Talk begins.
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Vietnamese Culture

Visit our Vietnamese culture page to read about the fascinating culture of Vietnam: eating & drinking, crafts, shopping, religion, etiquette, festivals and more. Vietnamese culture is a rich tapestry of traditions, beliefs, and customs that have evolved over thousands of years. At its heart is a strong emphasis on family and community, where respect for elders and close-knit family bonds play a pivotal role. The family is the cornerstone of Vietnamese society, and communal values are deeply ingrained in daily life. Festivals, such as the Lunar New Year (Tet), provide an opportunity for families to come together, share traditional meals, and pay respects to ancestors, reinforcing the importance of family ties. Vietnamese culture is also deeply influenced by its history and various foreign occupations, resulting in a unique blend of indigenous traditions and external influences. This fusion is most evident in Vietnamese cuisine, which is celebrated for its harmonious balance of flavors and use of fresh ingredients.
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Vietnamese Food

Visit our Vietnamese Food page to read more about the delicious local cuisine, find must-try dishes and beverages on your journey. Read articles about the diverse Nepalese cuisine from fellow foodies and seasoned travellers. Vietnamese cuisine is celebrated for its exquisite balance of flavors, fragrant herbs, and fresh ingredients. It's a culinary journey that tantalizes the taste buds, offering a diverse range of dishes that cater to all palates. One of the most iconic dishes is pho, a steaming bowl of rice noodles, tender slices of beef or chicken, and aromatic herbs in a savory broth. This Vietnamese classic reflects the country's emphasis on simplicity, with the harmonious blending of flavors achieved through careful preparation and the use of ingredients like star anise, cinnamon, and fish sauce. The charm of Vietnamese food extends far beyond pho. Banh mi, a Vietnamese sandwich, is a fusion of French and Vietnamese influences, featuring a crisp baguette filled with various ingredients, including meats, fresh vegetables, and condiments. Another beloved dish is bun cha, grilled pork served with vermicelli noodles and fresh herbs. The culinary journey in Vietnam offers an array of delectable street food, such as spring rolls (goi cuon), crispy pancakes (banh xeo), and a variety of sumptuous seafood dishes along the coastline. The use of herbs, including mint, cilantro, and basil, adds a refreshing and vibrant touch to many Vietnamese dishes, making them a delight for the senses. Whether you're savoring street food in bustling markets or indulging in regional specialties, Vietnamese cuisine is a testament to the country's rich culinary heritage and the mastery of blending flavors to perfection.
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Vietnam Tours - FAQ

Tourist visas are required before traveling to Vietnam for most nationalities. Some nationalities are now exempt from visa if the visit is less than 15 days. As of December 2020, some citizens of regular passport holders do not need a tourist visa for Vietnam: United Kingdom, Sweden, Spain, Norway, Germany, Denmark, Italy. If you plan to stay in Vietnam for more than 15 days, you will need to obtain a visa extension in advance. Please check with your embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date visa fees and other requirements: https://evisa.xuatnhapcanh.gov.vn/

This information is provided as a guidance only. Travel Talk strongly advises to consult your travel agent or national embassy before travelling as visa information can change at any time with little notice. It is your responsibility to prepare all necessary visa documents before travelling.

Yes, you can use your mobile phone in most urban areas of Vietnam, although there is limited network coverage in remote and mountainous areas. If you wish to use your cell phone while in Vietnam, make sure that global roaming is enabled at your mobile operator before leaving home.

 

The Vietnamese Dong is the currency of Vietnam.

If you are planning to visit Vietnam, you can carry Vietnamese Dong or USD. The Vietnamese Dong is officially used in Vietnam, you can exchange USD at banks or airport exchange offices

Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle)  12,000 VND

Coffee 10,000 – 20,000 VND ($0.50 – $1.00).

Average price for a bottle of bear in a bar is 15-30,000VND. (around $1.50.)

Street food from 0.5$ (around 12.000 VND) to 1.5$ (35.000 VND).

Eating at a restaurant costs around 5,6 – 6,5 USD = 130 000 – 150 000 VND.

Vietnam is a country with different types of weather in each region. Therefore, part of the country is cloudy and rainy while the rest is sunny and warm.

Vietnam has two distinct monsoons. Southwest monsoon brings wet and humid weather, while northeast monsoons give drizzle to the north, cooler temperatures and dry air to the south.

In general, Vietnam has a mild tropical or subtropical climate, except for a few months a year in the high northern region. Vietnam’s stormiest months, from July to November.

Hanoi and North Vietnam have separate winter and summer seasons. The cold but mostly dry winter lasts from November to April, when temperatures average 17-22 ° C and the coldest months are January to March. Summer lasts from May to October, when it is hot and humid, and the area receives the greatest rainfall.

The average annual temperature is 21 to 23 °C (70 to 73 °F). During winter, temperatures can fall below 20 °C (68 °F).

For Vietnam, lightweight, loose fitting clothes and layers are ideal to pack.
You may need to have a cardigan / sweatshirt and raincoat with you for chili evenings. When visiting temples there is a strict dress code, so be sure to cover your shoulders and knees with loose-fitting such as long pants and shirts.

ATMs are the easiest way to get cash in Vietnam, which you can do with your regular bank card from home, in major cities like Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Da Nang, etc., you can find these machines in pretty much everywhere in the central areas.

It is NOT safe to drink tap water in Vietnam. Bottled water is always available in stores, and you can use your water bottle to refill with filtered water. You can brush your teeth with tap water as long as you don’t swallow the water.

Although tipping is not mandatory, tips for good services are highly appreciated. Service staff deserve a gift If you think the service is good.

You can bring a small backpack for a day’s use to carry your personal items for the trip.

We recommend bringing sunscreen and insect repellent.

The baggage allowance for the flights within this tour, 1 checked luggage up to 20kg and 1 hand carry on up to 7kg.

Vietnam is a relatively safe countries to travel to. The main source of income is tourism.

Exit Vietnam via Song Tien Landport which is also known as Vinh Xuong

The Cambodia E-visa WILL NOT WORK at this border checkpoint.

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Best Time To Visit Vietnam

Best Time to Visit Vietnam

Find our seasonal breakdown in detail for the best time to visit Vietnam. Generally, the best time to travel to Vietnam is the dry season from October to May, when nearly all parts of the country are enjoying dry and sunny weather. The dry season from October to April offers pleasant weather with cooler temperatures, making it an ideal time to explore northern Vietnam, including Hanoi, Halong Bay, Ho Chi Minh, and the Mekong Delta. Why You Should Visit Vietnam: You should travel to Vietnam for several compelling reasons. Vietnam boasts a diverse and breathtaking landscape, from the terraced rice fields in the north to the pristine beaches in the south. Halong Bay, with its thousands of limestone karsts, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a must-see. Vietnam has a long history and a vibrant culture. You can explore ancient temples, historical sites, and traditional villages. The country's history, art, and traditions are fascinating to learn about.
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TRAVEL GUIDE
Best places to visit in Vietnam

Best Places to Visit in Vietnam

Vietnam offers a wealth of remarkable destinations to explore. Visit our best places to visit in Vietnam page to read about all the fascinating places visited on our tours. Vietnam is a country of remarkable natural beauty, rich history, and vibrant culture, offering an array of spectacular destinations to explore. One of the top places to visit is the bustling city of Hanoi, Vietnam's capital. Here, you can wander through the charming Old Quarter's narrow streets, visit historical sites like Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum and the Temple of Literature, and savor delectable street food in local markets. Hanoi is a gateway to the stunning Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its iconic limestone karsts and emerald waters. A cruise through this enchanting bay is a must for travelers seeking breathtaking scenery and tranquil waters. Further south, the historic city of Hoi An, a UNESCO-listed ancient town, captures the essence of Vietnam's cultural heritage. Its well-preserved architecture, lantern-lit streets, and a fusion of Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese influences make it a picturesque and atmospheric destination. The city is also renowned for its tailor shops, where you can have custom-made clothing created in a matter of hours.
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Travel advice

Vietnam Travel Advice

Read through our Vietnam travel advice in detail and make sure you are up-to-date with the pre-departure essentials before your trips to Vietnam. Most nationalities require a visa to enter Vietnam. You can obtain a visa in advance from the nearest Vietnamese embassy or consulate in your home country. Alternatively, some nationalities are eligible for e-visas or visa on arrival, which you should arrange before your trip. Ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your intended departure date from Vietnam. You need to have valid and adequate travel insurance before your tour with Travel Talk begins.
Read More
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TRAVEL GUIDE
Culture

Vietnamese Culture

Visit our Vietnamese culture page to read about the fascinating culture of Vietnam: eating & drinking, crafts, shopping, religion, etiquette, festivals and more. Vietnamese culture is a rich tapestry of traditions, beliefs, and customs that have evolved over thousands of years. At its heart is a strong emphasis on family and community, where respect for elders and close-knit family bonds play a pivotal role. The family is the cornerstone of Vietnamese society, and communal values are deeply ingrained in daily life. Festivals, such as the Lunar New Year (Tet), provide an opportunity for families to come together, share traditional meals, and pay respects to ancestors, reinforcing the importance of family ties. Vietnamese culture is also deeply influenced by its history and various foreign occupations, resulting in a unique blend of indigenous traditions and external influences. This fusion is most evident in Vietnamese cuisine, which is celebrated for its harmonious balance of flavors and use of fresh ingredients.
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Food

Vietnamese Food

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HIGHLIGHTS
Ga Choi Island
Ga Choi Island (Fighting Cock Island), which is no doubt one of the most unique and popular features that has appeared as symbol of Halong Bay.
HIGHLIGHTS
Dog Island
Dog Island is close to the west of Dau Go Grotto and is one of 1969 islands in island complex, it is the sympol of peaceful sea and safety for sailing junks in the bay.
HIGHLIGHTS
Hoi An
The port town of Hoi An is most famous for its Venice-like atmosphere with its canals and boasts a well-preserved Ancient Town.
HIGHLIGHTS
Golden Hand
Set in the mountains of Vietnam, Golden Hand Bridge is an ultimate allure with the two giant hands lifting it up. It is in a mountain resort famous for its cinematic theme.
HIGHLIGHTS
Flag Tower
Flag tower is one of Hue monument complex. After being constructed under Emperor Gia Long's reign.The flag tower consists of two parts including tower and the flag pole.
HIGHLIGHTS
Thien Mu Pagoda
Thien Mu Pagoda (namely Heaven Fairy Lady Pagoda), also known as Linh Mu Pagoda, is one of the most fascinating and ancient pagoda in Hue city.
HIGHLIGHTS
Dong Ba Bustling Market
Dong Ba is the largest marketplace in Hue. It attracts visitors with hearty scenes of daily life, colorful souvenirs, and a variety of fresh produce.
HIGHLIGHTS
Cu Chi Tunnel
The Chu Chi Tunnels are part of a massive war museum in Ho Chi Minh. They offer a sneak-peek at the underground life of Vietnamese soldiers back in 1948.
HIGHLIGHTS
Mekong Delta
Network of distributaries in south Vietnam, between Ho Chi Minh City and Cambodia. The river itself starts in the Himalayas and reaches Cambodia.
HIGHLIGHTS
Cai Rang
The biggest floating market in the Mekong Delta, Cai Rang is 6km from Can Tho. There's a bridge here that serves as a great vantage point for photography.
HIGHLIGHTS
Chau Doc
Bordering Cambodia, Chau Doc is a bustling center of trade and river transport. It is a lazy riverside burg, offering a throwback to another time.
HIGHLIGHTS
Tra Su Sanctuary
This forest is home to an astounding number of wading birds. Much of the wetland is off-limits to visitors so that the birds' breeding grounds are not disturbed.
ACCOMMODATION
Hanoi
Thien Thai Hotel
4 Star
ACCOMMODATION
Sapa
SAPA AMAZING HOTEL
4 Star
ACCOMMODATION
Halong Bay
TRADITIONAL JUNK
ACCOMMODATION
Hoi An
Royal Riverside Hoi An Hotel
4 Star
ACCOMMODATION
Hue
Moonlight Hotel
4 Star
ACCOMMODATION
Ho Chi Minh
Paragon Hotel
4 Star
F.A.Q.
Do I need a visa to enter Vietnam?
Tourist visas are required before traveling to Vietnam for most nationalities. Some nationalities are now exempt from visa if the visit is less than 15 days. As of December 2020, some citizens of regular passport holders do not need a tourist visa for Vietnam: United Kingdom, Sweden, Spain, Norway, Germany, Denmark, Italy. If you plan to stay in Vietnam for more than 15 days, you will need to obtain a visa extension in advance. Please check with your embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date visa fees and other requirements: https://evisa.xuatnhapcanh.gov.vn/ This information is provided as a guidance only. Travel Talk strongly advises to consult your travel agent or national embassy before travelling as visa information can change at any time with little notice. It is your responsibility to prepare all necessary visa documents before travelling.
F.A.Q.
Can I use my mobile while in Vietnam?
Yes, you can use your mobile phone in most urban areas of Vietnam, although there is limited network coverage in remote and mountainous areas. If you wish to use your cell phone while in Vietnam, make sure that global roaming is enabled at your mobile operator before leaving home.  
F.A.Q.
What is the currency in Vietnam?
The Vietnamese Dong is the currency of Vietnam. If you are planning to visit Vietnam, you can carry Vietnamese Dong or USD. The Vietnamese Dong is officially used in Vietnam, you can exchange USD at banks or airport exchange offices
F.A.Q.
How much does it cost for a…?
Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle)  12,000 VND Coffee 10,000 – 20,000 VND ($0.50 – $1.00). Average price for a bottle of bear in a bar is 15-30,000VND. (around $1.50.) Street food from 0.5$ (around 12.000 VND) to 1.5$ (35.000 VND). Eating at a restaurant costs around 5,6 - 6,5 USD = 130 000 - 150 000 VND.
F.A.Q.
What is the weather like in Vietnam all year round?
Vietnam is a country with different types of weather in each region. Therefore, part of the country is cloudy and rainy while the rest is sunny and warm. Vietnam has two distinct monsoons. Southwest monsoon brings wet and humid weather, while northeast monsoons give drizzle to the north, cooler temperatures and dry air to the south. In general, Vietnam has a mild tropical or subtropical climate, except for a few months a year in the high northern region. Vietnam's stormiest months, from July to November. Hanoi and North Vietnam have separate winter and summer seasons. The cold but mostly dry winter lasts from November to April, when temperatures average 17-22 ° C and the coldest months are January to March. Summer lasts from May to October, when it is hot and humid, and the area receives the greatest rainfall. The average annual temperature is 21 to 23 °C (70 to 73 °F). During winter, temperatures can fall below 20 °C (68 °F).
F.A.Q.
What to wear in Vietnam?
For Vietnam, lightweight, loose fitting clothes and layers are ideal to pack. You may need to have a cardigan / sweatshirt and raincoat with you for chili evenings. When visiting temples there is a strict dress code, so be sure to cover your shoulders and knees with loose-fitting such as long pants and shirts.
F.A.Q.
What is ATM access like in Vietnam?
ATMs are the easiest way to get cash in Vietnam, which you can do with your regular bank card from home, in major cities like Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Da Nang, etc., you can find these machines in pretty much everywhere in the central areas.
F.A.Q.
Can I drink tap water in Vietnam?
It is NOT safe to drink tap water in Vietnam. Bottled water is always available in stores, and you can use your water bottle to refill with filtered water. You can brush your teeth with tap water as long as you don’t swallow the water.
F.A.Q.
Is tipping required in Vietnam?
Although tipping is not mandatory, tips for good services are highly appreciated. Service staff deserve a gift If you think the service is good.
F.A.Q.
What to bring to Vietnam?
You can bring a small backpack for a day's use to carry your personal items for the trip. We recommend bringing sunscreen and insect repellent.
F.A.Q.
Is there a luggage restriction?
The baggage allowance for the flights within this tour, 1 checked luggage up to 20kg and 1 hand carry on up to 7kg.
F.A.Q.
Is it safe to travel to Vietnam?
Vietnam is a relatively safe countries to travel to. The main source of income is tourism.
F.A.Q.
Where should I exist Vietnam?
Exit Vietnam via Song Tien Landport which is also known as Vinh Xuong The Cambodia E-visa WILL NOT WORK at this border checkpoint.
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