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10 days




Phu Quoc

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18+ (All travelers under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult.)



Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hoi An, Ho Chi Minh, Mekong Delta, Phu Quoc

Vietnam Beach & Travel 10 Days


Do you like to relax on the country's lovely shores and take in the breathtaking sights that the country has to offer? A visit to Vietnam beach and travel 10 days, includes both sightseeing and relaxation activities. After spending the day experiencing the interesting history and culture of Hanoi, make your way to the towering karst islands that are located in the Lan Ha Bay area. Spend some time observing the inhabitants as they go about their everyday lives in the riverbank villages and the bustling streets of the ancient area of Hoi An. Explore the wonders of Ho Chi Minh City and take a river cruise through Ben Tre with your friends. You should go to Cu Chi to get a better grasp of the underground network, and then you should go to Phu Quoc to relax on the amazing beaches that the island has to offer.


Why you’ll love this Vietnam Beach & Travel 10 Days


  • Gain an understanding of the bustling areas that are located in Hanoi, Hoi An, and Ho Chi Minh City. In addition to having a great deal of personality, these cities offer a fascinating combination of traditional culture and contemporary cityscapes. You will be able to visit all of the most well-known locations.
  • Learn how to prepare some of the most delicious dishes that Hoi An has to offer by enrolling in a cooking class.
  • Never in a million years would anyone have imagined that moss-covered rocks and green oceans could be so stunningly gorgeous. There is a lot of fun to be had in Lan Ha Bay, including kayaking and spending the night on a junk boat.
  • People who are kind and welcoming will make you feel perfectly at home in this country, and staying in a guesthouse in the Mekong Delta that is owned by locals will provide you with a genuine experience of how people live in that region.
  • There is a stunning beach in Phu Quoc where you may unwind with your loved ones or get together with your friends.

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  • Day 1: Arrival in Hanoi (Street food tour)
  • Day 2: Hanoi – Full-day City Tour & Local Food Discovery (Breakfast, Lunch)
  • Day 3: Hanoi – Halong Bay – Lan Ha Bay (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
  • Day 4: Lan Ha Bay – Hanoi – Flight to Hoi An (Breakfast, Lunch)
  • Day 5: Hoi An Basket Boat and Cooking Class (Breakfast, Lunch)
  • Day 6: Hoi An – Flight to Ho Chi Minh City (Breakfast)
  • Day 7: HCM City – Ben Tre (Mekong Delta) (Breakfast, Lunch)
  • Day 8: HCM City – Flight to Phu Quoc Island (Breakfast)
  • Day 9: Phu Quoc Island – Day at leisure (Breakfast)
  • Day 10: Phu Quoc Island – HCM City – Departure (Breakfast)

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Day 1: Arrival in Hanoi

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At Hanoi's Noi Bai International Airport, your private guide and driver will meet you OUTSIDE the arrivals lounge and take you to your hotel downtown in about 45 minutes.

Please look for your tour guide, who will be holding up a sign with your names on it.

(Even though every effort is made to have your room ready when you arrive, check-in isn't until 2:00 pm to follow the hotel policy, and your room might not be ready before then. Your tour guide will give you more information about your stay, and you can ask any questions you have.)

In the late afternoon, you go on a culinary adventure to the Old Quarter to try some street food. It's a great chance to try all those strange and interesting foods you've seen but didn't know what they were. A good thing about this short trip is the local beer. Find an empty seat and do what the locals do: pull up a stool and have a drink while watching the world go by at Bia Hoi Corner.

As you walk through the narrow streets of the old quarter, your guide will point out a variety of tasty noodles, bread, and snacks. Don't forget to bring a camera so you can take some beautiful pictures of the nightlife in the area. Downtown Vietnam is a great place to not only walk but also eat street food. End the night with dessert from Hanoi’s best-known ice cream parlor before heading back to your hotel.


Overnight in Hanoi

Meal: street food tour

Day 2: Hanoi – Motorbike Tour


After you have breakfast, let's check out your hotel and leave your bags there.

Today, on the back of a Russian Minsk motorcycle, you will experience Hanoi with a great router. This extraordinary journey will take you inside Hanoi's real-life museums, providing you with a deep understanding of the city's culture and people. Explore Hanoi's many districts, major sights, local markets, and stunning urban farmland on an island with the help of your knowledgeable guides (who will also serve as your drivers). Your guides will take you to some of Hanoi's best-kept secrets and to the best street food vendors in the city. Motorbike trip? It may sound dangerous, but rest assured that your drivers are polite, kind, and well-trained professionals who will keep you safe at all times.

Note: If you and your family aren't into riding motorcycles, you may always go for an open-air Jeep from the period of war instead.

In the morning, you will be picked up from the hotel lobby by your guides (who will also be driving), and following a short safety lecture, they will ride as pillion passengers on Russian-made 150cc bikes from 1952. While you ride through the city, your guides will point out interesting landmarks and tell you all about their hometown.

You'll need to navigate a maze of narrow, winding streets to reach the black market, your first stop. Learn about the welcoming culture of the area's inhabitants.

Keep whizzing through the alleys and side streets. You're going to a local resident's residence to meet an elderly lady and listen to her life tales.

Walk to a squished section of houses, where the train track serves as a divider between the two sides of the road. Your tour guides have arranged for you to be here at precisely the right time to view a Reunification Express train. This is a picture-perfect opportunity.

On the way back to the city, your driver will take you by the beautiful colonial buildings of the French Quarter. The French-style villas, the Vietnam History Museum, the Metropole Legend Hotel, and the Opera House will all pass before your eyes.

Explore the narrow lanes and winding alleys of Hanoi's Old Quarter (opposite the French Quarter). You get to safely see the city's layout as you are guided around the thousands of scooters in the streets. The best of Hanoi's cuisine, from family heirlooms and secret recipe dishes to local specialties and specialties, may be tasted in a variety of authentic restaurants and street food vendors.

Leave the city behind and head toward the beautiful Long Bien Bridge, which was built over a century ago by the French to span the Red River.

Banana Island, or Bai Giua, is a 24-hectare island in the middle of the Red River that may be reached by a bridge. A steel stairway descends from the middle of the bridge to an island where a lush forest of banana, papaya, and guava trees is punctuated by the cloudy white flowers of wild reeds. Many fishermen have found safe haven on the island that was produced by warp because of the river's plentiful water. There are no highways in the area, only dirt tracks that wind around the various gardens and trees. It's a far cry from the bustling city life you left behind.

The trip will end with a visit to a secret cafe for a cup of egg coffee you won't want to miss.

At about noon, your guides will return you to your hotel, where you can say your goodbyes. The short city tour has come to a close.



Free time to explore Hanoi.


Overnight in Hanoi

Meal: Breakfast

Day 3: Hanoi – Ha Long Bay – Lan Ha Bay

Breakfast is the best way to start the day, so make it enjoyable and nutritious. Your tour guide will then pick you up from your accommodation in the Hanoi Old Quarter at 8:00 am to take you to Quang Ninh province and Halong Bay. Take 15 to 20 minutes to relax before getting ready for one of your life's greatest adventures.

At 12:30, we will arrive at the harbor, where you can board the boat and begin your voyage with our amiable, knowledgeable, and skilled crew.

The lunch will be served to you as the boat travels on to our destination, passing by an almost unlimited number of islands and islets. Unquestionably a genuinely wonderful encounter.

You can head to the upper deck after your excellent meal to take in Halong Bay's grandeur in all of its natural, pure, magical, and beautiful manifestations.

Are you all set to join the activity? Let's kayak for an hour around the region of the floating community. If you don't like kayaking, don't worry, you can also swim.

When the time is up, you'll head back to the boat for a fun sundown party on the sundeck. Here, you may mingle with other tourists while listening to relaxing music and taking in the breathtaking splendor of Halong Bay.

Yes, this day has been great. There is no better way to cap it off than by indulging in a sumptuous dinner prepared by our chef. After that, you are free to do whatever you wish with your time, such as sing or just unwind.


Overnight on Halong Bay

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 4: Lan Ha Bay – Hanoi – Flight to Da Nang

With a light breakfast of crisp toast, flavorful eggs, and a cup of enticing coffee or tea, you can start your day off right. When you're finished, you'll be prepared to embark on the day's main adventure: exploring the Cave.

Because it is the most stunning and alluring cave in Halong Bay, it is a remarkable destination. Your knowledgeable tour guide will talk you everything there is to know about it.

After then, the boat will continue crashing into numerous islands and islets, giving you a good perspective of Halong Bay's breathtaking splendor. Vietnam is the only country in the world where such a site exists!

Do you want to attend a cooking class? One of the regional specialties, delectable deep-fried spring rolls, will be one of the recipes you learn to make from our chef. You must do it to really appreciate it!

Later, as you have a delicious lunch, we'll cruise back to the pier. After that, it will be time to disembark and bid the boat crew farewell.

We'll bus you to Hanoi. Your private driver is waiting for you and take you back to Hanoi’s Noi Bai airport for a short flight to Hoi An. 


Overnight in Hanoi

Meals: Breakfast, lunch

Day 5: Hoi An Walking, Local Village and Food Tour


You'll be driven to the Hoi An Market, which takes about half an hour. There, you can feel the bustle of the morning market and talk directly to sellers. When you go shopping, you might also learn how to "barter." Our tour guides will tell you about the things you need to bring to cooking classes.

Then, you'll take a boat tour along the Thu Bon River and Cua Dai beach to look at the sights. On the river, you can think about the beauty of the Vietnamese countryside, the traditional way to catch fish, and the lives of the friendly fishermen who live here.

Next, you'll switch to a coracle and paddle through the Bay Mau nipa forest's canals. You will be surrounded by the nipa palm forest's natural beauty. Then you can try to catch mangrove purple crabs if you want.

After these eco-tours, you'll be welcomed into the restaurant, where our chefs will teach you how to cook. The cooking classes will last for 2 hours, and the chefs will teach you how to make Vietnamese food and give you other useful information about the culture's food. Then you can make your own Vietnamese food and eat it.



Tour highlights include the Chua Ong Pagoda, Tan Ky Ancient House, Fujian Assembly Hall, and the Japanese Covered Bridge, all of which may be seen in the Ancient Quarter of Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Visit the Precious Heritage Museum, which houses Réhahn's Precious Heritage Collection, for more of its permanent display. The collection will take you to the most remote regions of Vietnam and reveal the intricate cultural fabric of the country's ethnic minorities.

Visiting the Reaching Out Tea House, owned and maintained by mute and deaf people, is the highlight of the day. The tea house is a peaceful haven in the heart of the Old District, otherwise full of noise and activity. In this establishment, you can expect to be served wonderful Eastern-style tea and tasty sweets.


It's time to start exploring Hoi An's delicious street food. You'll get to eat at stalls frequented by locals and savor the region's cuisine alongside them as your guide leads you through the maze of narrow streets. At 4 o'clock every day, the streets of Hoi An are flooded with dozens of merchants hawking anything from fresh fruit to grilled pork. The street food tour is a fantastic way to get a taste of some of the local specialties like Banh Mi, meet the people who prepare them, and see how the natives of Hoi An organize their condiment trays.


Overnight in Hoi An

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, street foot

Day 6: Hoi An – Flight to Ho Chi Minh City


After breakfast, you'll be picked up and driven to the airport, where you'll catch a short flight to Ho Chi Minh City, which the locals still call Saigon.

Your private guide and driver will meet you in the arrivals area and take you to Cu Chi. Cu Chi is a small town northwest of Ho Chi Minh City that is famous for its network of deep tunnels. During the later years of the Vietnam War, the Viet Cong used these tunnels to hide.

When you get there, you'll watch original footage from the time, and then you'll take a walk through the reserve. Viet Cong tunnels are thought to be "hundreds of miles" long and to have been used as living spaces, storage rooms, makeshift hospitals, kitchens, and more. Even though the system used to be very narrow, some parts have been made wider for tourists, so you can see more of it.

Cassava, which was the main food of the Viet Cong soldiers, can be tasted with tea. After that, you'll be taken to your Ho Chi Minh City hotel.



Visit some of Ho Chi Minh City's most important places for the rest of the day. We'll make your tour fit your needs, but we recommend going to the Notre Dame Cathedral, the ornate City Hall (Hotel De Ville), the old Opera House, the historic Rex Hotel, the Central Post Office, which is known for its architecture, and Ben Thanh Market, where vendors sell a wide range of goods and handicrafts to suit every taste. Later, visit the Reunification Palace and the moving War Remnants Museum to learn more about Vietnam's military history and troubled past.


Overnight in Ho Chi Minh

Meals: Breakfast and lunch

Day 7: Ho Chi Minh City – Ben Tre (Mekong Delta)


After breakfast, your guide and driver will transport you to Ben Tre Town in the Mekong Delta, which is renowned for its large rice fields, numerous canals, and magnificent sceneries, along picturesque rural roads. This region, known as the "rice bowl" of Vietnam, provides the majority of the country's fruit, rice, sugar cane, and coconuts.

After a two-hour journey through verdant farmland, you will arrive in Ben Tre, where you will go on a motorized boat tour through the coconut forest's small channels. During the boat voyage, you will stop at local cottage enterprises to observe how bricks and sleeping mats are woven by hand. Discover the craft that has been passed down through the centuries.

Take a stroll through the village lanes, stopping at local homes to sample fresh fruits and honey tea while hearing a Tai Tu music performance. Continue to another workshop where coconut candies and a variety of coconut husk and fiber products are manufactured by hand.

Take a small sampan through palm-fringed back canals, sailing calmly over secluded rivers surrounded by a vast array of tropical vegetation. The tranquil, rural location is a refreshing and therapeutic escape from the frantic bustle of HCM City, which appears to be in the distance.



After completing the sightseeing trip, your guide will take you to a riverbank restaurant for lunch featuring regional specialties, before returning you to the pier and transporting you back to Ho Chi Minh City.

This evening, you are free to visit the night market to sample authentic local cuisine or simply relax at the hotel.


Overnight in Ho Chi Minh

Meals: Breakfast, lunch

Day 8: HCM City – Flight to Phu Quoc Island

Spend the last part of your trip to Vietnam relaxing on one of its many beautiful beaches. We chose Phu Quoc Island, a stunningly beautiful and peaceful tropical paradise that floats in the warm, sparkling cobalt waters of the Gulf of Thailand. The island is a tear-shaped island, Phu Quoc has beautiful white sand beaches and tropical waters.

After breakfast, your private driver will pick you up and take you to the airport, where you'll catch a short flight to Phu Quoc Island.

When you get there, you'll be taken to the beach resort to check-in. The rest of the day is yours to do as you, please.


Overnight in Phu Quoc

Meal: Breakfast

Day 9: Phu Quoc Island – Day at leisure

You are free to do as you like all day long. You can go on an adventure to one of the many quaint fishing towns or pristine beaches. You shouldn't miss the chance to sip cocktails while watching the sun go down on the beach. Sea crab, octopus, shrimp, and lobster are local specialties that can only be found in Phu Quoc and are some of the greatest seafood in all of Vietnam.


Overnight in Phu Quoc

Meal: Breakfast

Day 10: Phu Quoc Island – HCM City – Departure

After breakfast, your private transfer will pick you up at the hotel and take you to Ho Chi Minh International Airport, where you may catch a flight back home or on to your next exciting destination (which we will gladly assist you in arranging).

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What's Included


Hotels (8 nights), Junk boat (1 night).



9 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 1 dinner, 2 street food

This tour offers Jain, Vegetarian, Vegan, Halal and Kosher food options on request. Simply let our Customer Support team know the food option that you prefer.


Eating is an essential component of traveling. On every trip with Vietnam Amazing Tour, you will experience great local foods and this is also how we want to convey meaningful messages about culture and cuisine. We understand the importance of breakfast to start the day, and we always provide the most basic Asian breakfast possible. But in some trips to remote mountainous areas breakfast will be very simple consisting of bread, noodles, porridge, and eggs; This may vary depending on the destination.

If you are allergic to any food or vegetarian, please inform us before the trip begins so that we can make arrangements.



Planes, Speed boats, air-conditioned buses, motorbikes, walking, boat, cars.


Entrance ticket

Entrance and sightseeing fee.


Staff & experts

CEO (Chief Experience Officer) throughout, local guides.

What’s Not Included

Your international flights from and to Vietnam, the entry visa to Vietnam, personal expenses, tips to guide and driver.

Visas and Entry Requirements

All countries require a valid passport (with a minimum of 6 months validity). For the most up-to-date visa requirements, call your local embassy or consulate or talk with us. It is up to you to make sure that you have the right travel documents. Whether or not you need a visa for your trip depends on where you come from and where you are going. We try to keep the information below as up-to-date as we can, but rules do change, and sometimes without notice. Even though we give you the following information in good faith, it is very important that you check it for yourself and know that you are in charge of your own visa needs.

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VIETNAM: If you need a visa for Vietnam, you need to get one before your trip. You can't get one immediately when you get there because it takes processing time. If you are going to enter Vietnam through a land border, you will need to apply for a regular Vietnam visa. The Vietnam E-Visa is not accepted at many of the land borders we cross.

Cambodia: Most people can get a visa at the airport in either Phnom Penh or Siem Reap. If you travel by land from Thailand, you can get a visa at Poipet Banteay Meanchey and Cham Yeam (Koh Kong province). Visitors from Vietnam who enter Cambodia by land through Bavet/Moc Bai or Ka-Om Samnor/Chau Doc will need to have gotten their visas from a Cambodian Embassy or Consulate abroad before they arrive. E-Visa can also be used by tourists to get their visas. No matter how you get into Cambodia, a tourist visa is valid for one month. You should also be ready with min 2 photos 5cm x 5cm with a white or off-white background


Some of our hotels have laundry rooms that cost extra. There will be times when you want to or have to do your own laundry, so we recommend that you bring soap that doesn't harm the environment and doesn't build up in the water.

Money Exchange

Since currency exchange rates in Asia change often, you should check www.xe.com every day for the most up-to-date rates. There are a lot of ATMs that take both Visa and Mastercard, but most of them are only in big cities. Most transactions are done with US dollars, and we recommend that you bring a small USD unmarked note. Some shops will use credit cards, but there may be a 2-4% fee for the transaction.

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