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Our Vietnam Travel Specialists are here to help and inspire you throughout the planning of your holiday. They know all the best tips about travelling in Vietnam and have experienced many of the tours we offer first-hand. We pride ourselves on providing excellent service levels which continue throughout the life of your booking, and when you are away you’ll also have the 24 hour support of our local English speaking partners in Vietnam.
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Vietnam is a wonderfully diverse country and it’s almost impossible to pick a highlight. as the entire region offers spectacular experiences, dramatic scenery, and some of the warmest, friendliest people.
One of the best experiences that my customers love is staying in the heart of the Mekong Delta, where you are fortunate enough to spend time with a local family that welcome you with such broad smiles and warm hearts. People also tend to really enjoy Hoi An, especially with the beach so close to the Old Town. I would recommend spending the morning getting measured up at one of the tailors before heading off for a swim and a snorkel during the midday heat. Hoi An is so beautiful in the evening too, with lanterns lining the streets and there are some amazing places to stop for dinner.
Whatever you’re after from your time away, you’ll be sure to find it in Vietnam.
If you want a holiday of a lifetime then I think Vietnam has to be your pick. The country is so diverse, from the buzzing cities to the serenity of the countryside, and the food is incredible.
Whenever I head away, I like to try and live like a local so one of my favourite things to do was start the morning with a Vietnamese coffee at a roadside cafe, watching the locals as they go about their day, before heading out to explore myself.
Some of the other highlights from my time in Vietnam are when I kayaked around the amazing limestone islands of Bai Tu Long Bay and cycled around the ancient streets of Hanoi; I just loved being on the move and never knowing what may be round each corner!
The first time I travelled to Vietnam I adored the buzz of the cities – from Hanoi all the way to Ho Chi Minh City and especially the softly lantern lit streets of Hoi An ancient town.
The next time I was lucky enough to return to Vietnam, I headed to the hills to stay with the Thai Tribe in beautiful Mai Hich village and explored stunning national parks with their towering limestone peaks and spectacular caves.
Both times I’ve been to Vietnam I’ve been struck by the same awe and excitement, despite having two totally different experiences. It is certainly a country that you can keep returning to time and time again and there’s no doubt I’ll be back for round 3 one day!