With breath-taking natural beauty and engaging culture, Vietnam is an intriguing destination. Enjoy a spectacular cruise amongst the scattering of stunning limestone karsts and islands of Halong Bay. Navigate the rivers and tributaries of the Mekong River Delta and explore the vibrant floating markets. Soak up the atmosphere of Hoi An, with its hidden gems and nearby beaches. Learn about ancient traditions and taste culinary delights in the royal city of Hue. Discover the exotic French colonial architecture of the exotic capital city Hanoi; and the chaotic, yet cultured Ho Chi Minh City.
With its cloud hugging mountains, verdant rice terraces, otherworldly caves, limestone formations, and swathes of powder white sand, Vietnam Tour Packages promises an unforgettable experience for anyone who visits.
With Passion Indochina Travel, we operate Vietnam Private Tour groups tailored to the individual needs of our guests. Our team has extensively traveled to every corner of the region, discovering the most authentic locations and exciting activities to suit a variety of travel styles, interests, and budgets. Our knowledgeable insights and special itineraries created by our highly-experienced travel professionals will provide you with an unforgettable adventure through Vietnam, or wherever you may go in Southeast Asia. Contact us today about a free quote and itinerary for your extraordinary journey!
Blending both Vietnamese and European design elements, the architecture of the Khai Dinh Tomb in Hue has been described as Buddhist as well as Roman Gothic. Constructed in the ...More Detail
One of the largest caves in the world, and certainly the largest in Vietnam, is Hang Son Doong. Approximately three million years old, Hang Son Doong Cave is an incredible ...More Detail
In the city of Hanoi, there is an incredible temple dedicated to Confucius. Built in the 11th century, the Temple of Literature honors scholars and the many academic achievements ...More Detail
Once a week, the quiet town of Bac Ha becomes a hub of culture and trade in Northwest Vietnam. Residents from the surrounding villages and valleys flock to Bac Ha, and the roads ...More Detail
Several miles off the coast of Hoi An is a cluster of mountainous isles known as the Cham Islands. Primarily granite, these islands were once restricted but are now open to the ...More Detail
Known to many travelers as Crazy House, Hang Ngaâ€™s Guesthouse is a very unusual piece of architecture that also serves as accommodation in Da Lat. The structure was ...More Detail
One of the most sacred attractions in Vietnam is the Cao Dai Temple, which was constructed in the 1930s. Caodaism is a uniquely Vietnamese religion that is influenced by elements ...More Detail
Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park boasts many attractions, but none is so popular as its caves. The Phong Nha Caves are made up of hundreds of cave systems, many of which are large ...More Detail
The Mekong Delta is the region in southern Vietnam where the Mekong River approaches and empties into the sea. It is a very rich and lush area, covered with rice fields, that ...More Detail
Located in the historical center of Hanoi, Hoan Kiem Lake is one of the major scenic spots in the city and serves as the localsâ€™ favorite leisure spot. Hoan Kiem means ...More Detail
With seven stories, the Thien Mu Pagoda in Hue is the tallest pagoda in Vietnam. The pagoda overlooks the Perfume River and is regarded as the unofficial symbol of the former ...More Detail
Lying along the Siagon River near the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City was formerly known as Saigon and served as the capital of South Vietnam during the Vietnam ...More Detail
Under French rule, the Con Dao Islands were known as the Devilâ€™s Island of Indochina, a place where thousands of prisoners of war were kept. Today, this group of 16 islands ...More Detail
South of Da Nang, Vietnam, are the Marble Mountains. These five peaks are named after the five elements of earth, water, wind, fire and wood. The mountains are picturesque on ...More Detail
In Ho Chi Minh City, or Saigon, stands the stunning Notre Dame Cathedral. Built in the late 19th century, the cathedral is brick, neo-Romanesque and clearly influenced by European ...More Detail
In the Ninh Binh province of Northern Vietnam near is Tam Coc, which translates to English as three caves. The three caves are nestled in a scenic landscape of limestone cliffs ...More Detail
The most scenic spot in Da Nang is arguably My Khe Beach. Also known as China Beach, this was where US servicemen were helicoptered in for R&R during the Vietnam War. These days ...More Detail