Duration: 7 days/ 6 nights Vehicle: Car, Flight,Boat Price: 1029 USD/PAX

To visit Vietnam for a honeymoon is to be captivated by some of the very best that Indochina has to offer. Fascinating cities with a rich cultural heritage, endless white sand beaches dotted with unspoiled fishing villages, fertile Delta plains with their green rice paddies and dramatic mountains with ancient hill tribe cultures. 


Itinerary Impressive Vietnam Honeymoon tour for 7 days 6 nights:

Day 1: Hanoi Arrival (D)

Welcome to impressive Vietnam Honeymoon, on arrival at Hanoi's Noi Bai International Airport, our tour guide will greet and transfer you by private car through the city to your hotel. In the afternoon, enjoy walking tour the Old Quarter. Tonight, our tour guide hosts welcome celebration dinner at local restaurant with authentic Vietnamese cuisines. Stay overnight in Hanoi hotel.

Day 2: Hanoi - Halong (B, L, D)

Today, get up early for morning Tai Chi with local people at Hoan Kiem Lake, then have "Pho" the typical breakfast for Vietnamese people. Leaving Hanoi by road for Halong Bay, the world natural heritage site, enjoy leisure drive though the rural area with scenic view of rice paddy field in the Red River Delta. You may be lucky enough to see cows or pigs on motor bike or Vietnamese kids ridding on water buffalo flying kites. On the way we will stop at Vietnam Handicraft Center for refreshment. Upon arrival in Halong City, check in Vietnamese cruise and journey along the spectacular limestone islands, floating villages while having sea food lunch, then disembark to visit 'Sung Sot' or Surprising Cave, one of the most beautiful grottoes in Halong Bay. Continue to cruise to Titop Island where you could swim or climb up to the top for panoramic view. In the evening, You will be delighted by candle light dinner on board with sea food. Stay overnight on board in Ha Long Bay.

Day 3: Halong Bay - Hanoi (B, L)

A breakfast will be served in the restaurant with the combination of western style and local dishes. Experience the Bay up close and personal with a leisure sampan tour to Hang Luon or Lagoon Cave which allows you to see flora and fauna system of Catba National Park, then continue to Halong City. Disembark and go to local restaurant for seafood lunch. In the afternoon, go back to Hanoi. On the way, stop at Dong trieu Ceramic Village. The evening is free at leisure. Stay overnight at hotel in Hanoi

Day 4: Hanoi - Nha Trang (B)

Today, We continue our Vietnam Honeymoon with a short flight to Nha Trang. In the afternoon, visit the Ponagar Tower, being considered the most beautiful reminder of Cham architecture, then the Pasteur Institute. Later on visit the impressive Long Son Pagoda, Oceanographic Institute and admire the beautiful view of Nha Trang coastline from the Hon Chong Rock. Stay overnight at hotel in Nha Trang

Day 5: Nha Trang (B)

Today, after breakfast at your hotel, enjoy private boat trip in Nhatrang Bay to Tri Nguyen Aquarium, Mot Island and Mun Island. In the afternoon, visit Bai Tranh Beach and take boat back to mainland. Stay overnight at hotel in Nha Trang

Day 6: Nha Trang - Hochiminh City (B, D)

Take 1 hour morning flight from Nhatrang to Hochiminh City, then enjoy the oriental tour to the War Remnants Museum, Reunification Hall and Benthanh Market. In the evening, your tour guide hosts a lavish farewell celebration dinner at Vietnamese restaurant. Stay overnight at hotel in Hochiminh City.

Day 7: Hochiminh City Departure ( B )

Free time until we are transferred to the airport for departure. We wish you had a wonderful Vietnam Honeymoon and sweet departure.

PRICE: 1029 USD per person

INCLUDE:

- Private car
- Private junk in Halong bay
- English speaking tour guide at each destination
- Accommodation with daily breakfast
- Meals as indicated
- Domestic flight tickets within Vietnam (Hanoi-Nhatrang, Nhatrang-Saigon)
- Airport tax included
- All entrance fees
- Daily bottle of mineral water.
- Welcome stuff at hotel

EXCLUDE:

- Insurance
- Personal expenses
- Drink
- Tip
- International flight
- Others not mentioned