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Vietnam in Style Tour

  • 2 nights Hanoi

  • 2 nights Halong Bay

  • 2 nights Hue

  • 3 nights Hoi An

  • 2 nights Saigon

  • 1 night Mekong Delta

  • 3 nights Quy Nhon

Includes Flights from NZ, Accommodation, Daily Breakfast, Private Excursions, All Airport Transfers by Private Car.

From the remarkable beauty of the Mekong Delta and Halong Bay to bustling cities, historic towns and charming beach destinations, Vietnam has so much to offer.

Vietnam has a wealth of cultural, historic and natural attractions, making it one of the most exciting countries to travel to in Asia.

Popular holidays to Vietnam include two or three-centre city and beach holidays, two-week multi-centre tours of Vietnam or tours of Indochina including Cambodia and Laos.

Vietnam has no end of cultural attractions including the old Imperial capital of Hue, the ancient trading port of Hoi An and the fertile Mekong Delta plus the two major cities, Saigon and Hanoi.

Those looking for spectacular scenery should head to the far north of Vietnam or to Halong Bay for an overnight cruise on a traditional Vietnamese Junk.

With over 3,000 km of coastline, it's also no wonder that more and more people are heading to Vietnam to combine some touring with a beach holiday in Vietnam, staying in a luxury or boutique hotel.

This Classic Vietnam in Style Itinerary will introduce you to the best of Vietnam in a little under two weeks. We've included 3 nights in Quy Nhon at the end to relax, following an itinerary which will take you to Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hue, Hoi An, Saigon and the Mekong Delta.

This is a Private Tour which can be tailored to suit your interests, time, hotel & airline choice and to fit your budget.

Days 1-2: Discover Traditional Hanoi

You'll begin your trip with 2 nights in Hanoi, Vietnam's capital city.

Although it is the modern-day capital of Vietnam, Hanoi still retains the mystery and charm of past centuries, with its narrow lanes and traditional shop houses.

We've included a full day tour to reveal the best of Hanoi and make sure you see the essentials.

You'll be staying in the Sofitel Legend.

Days 3-4: Cruise Stunning Halong Bay

After Hanoi, enjoy an overnight cruise on Heritage Line through stunning Halong Bay.

Halong Bay is the most recognized among three neighboring bays which, together with the largest island of Cat Ba, form the Gulf of Tonkin’s magical marine landscapes.

Our itineraries explore the most appealing sights and sounds of Halong Bay, Vietnam.

The 2-Night Halong Bay Cruise offers additional experiences, including sightseeing of the bay’s largest cave and a floating pearl farm plus an adventurous kayaking tour.

Days 4-5: Discover Hue's History & Cuisine

After Halong Bay, fly to Hue and discover the old Imperial capital of Vietnam.

The former Imperial Capital of Vietnam is worthy of a couple of nights stay in order to see the remnants of former Imperial rule.

The Forbidden Palace is an evocative reminder of former glories, and the tombs of the Imperial dynasty are equally spectacular, just a few miles from the city centre.

Hue was the scene of intense fighting during the war and many people enjoy tours of the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) to some of the famous battlegrounds.

Other sights nearby include the Marble Mountains, China Beach and the scenic Hai Van Pass on the way to Danang.

In Hue you'll have a full day private tour of historic Hue and the Imperial Tombs.

You'll be staying in either the Azerai or a charming boutique hotel called Ancient Hue Garden Houses.

Days 6-8: Explore Charming Hoi An

After Hue, transfer by private car and discover the charming old town of Hoi An.

Many travellers' favourite town in Vietnam, Hoi An town is just ten minutes from a quiet stretch of beach.

An old trading port, Hoi An has a charming, old-town atmosphere, with winding streets, old temples and ancient meeting halls.

Discover the old town on a half-day walking tour accompanied by an expert guide.

You'll be staying in the luxurious Four Seasons the Nam Hai.

Days 9-11: Discover Vibrant Saigon

Saigon (also known as Ho Chi Minh City) is the economic engine of Vietnam, a thriving, sprawling metropolis of 13 million people with about 7 million scooters on the streets.

There are plenty of sights in Saigon and a city stay in Saigon is essential to really experience Vietnam properly.

Reminders of the war-time period are there in Saigon's Reunification Palace, the War Crimes Museum and the nearby Cu Chi Tunnels, whilst Saigon itself is dotted with French colonial buildings.

Spend 2 nights in bustling Saigon with a full day private excursion to discover the best of the city and the famous Cu Chi Tunnels.

In Saigon you'll be staying in the Park Hyatt in the centre of the city.

Days 11-12: Encounter The Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta is Vietnam's most fertile region, also known as the 'rice bowl' of Vietnam.

We have included a night on a private Sampan in the Mekong Delta so you can discover this fascinating region of Vietnam in style.

Days 12-15: Relax at Quy Nonh.

At the end of your touring you have a choice of destinations to add on your beach extension.

We have included 3 nights on this itinerary to relax and enjoy some time at Zannier Bai Han So, a superb new luxury resort close to Quy Nhon.


Why Book with Red Dragonfly?

We are Based in New Zealand and all of our holidays are fully Financially Protected through our TAANZ and NZTB memberships.

You will be able to speak with a genuine Vietnam Expert who will help plan your trip based on your needs, interests and budget.

We offer Exceptional Value for money, Flexibility and Professionalism based on the many years experience of our team.


How to Book?

For a quote for your Vietnam Holiday Call us Today on 03 669 2332.

Speak to a Vietnam Expert today who has travelled and lived in Vietnam.

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All of our holidays are financially protected through our TAANZ and NZTB memberships

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