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Vietnam Tour Packages

Vietnam is one of those places in the world whose picturesque beauty, captivating culture and intriguing history has earned it a place in many travellers’ lists. Vietnam packages on Tripoto show you the various colours and shades of this vibrant country. The multifarious sides of Vietnam will satisfy all your travel needs. Want to relax by a pristine beach or get a spa done? Vietnam will take care of that. Eager to explore lush green rainforests or try rock climbing? Vietnam has you covered. If you want to try out a little bit of everything that this amazing country has to offer then opt for a Vietnam tour package that checks off all the items on your bucket list.


Still considered an unconventional choice for a holiday, Vietnam’s beauty cannot be captured with just one visit. Given the endless list of things to do in the country, you should opt for a Vietnam tour package that incorporates all the gorgeous places in the country. One of the chief attractions of this country is the mouth-watering dishes that it offers. If you are a food lover then Vietnam is your paradise. If you are not, Vietnam will make you one. To add to the beauty that Vietnam already is, the locals are reputed to be hospitable and warm, who will happily welcome you into their homeland.


Vietnam Highlights

If you plan on visiting Vietnam, make sure you have a good amount of time in your hands, because Vietnam holiday packages cover a lot of interesting places and activities and they help you explore this country in a way in which you can relish every single minute spent here.

A lot of people only know Vietnam as the place where the Vietnam War took place. This twenty-year-long war changed the course of history, and changed the political landscape of Vietnam.. If you want to know more about the gruelling history of this country then check out one of the Vietnam packages that take you on a fascinating journey through time.

Today, Vietnam is a country that takes pride in its strength, culture and diversity. There are plenty of Vietnam travel packages which offer a wonderful understanding of the culture and traditions of this country.

Your Vietnam tour package will definitely include Ho Chi Minh City, the largest city of the country named after Vietnam’s first communist leader. When in the city, do not forget to go visit Le Cong Kieu, famously known as the Antique Street, to grab souvenirs for your loved ones back at home. This is one of the best places to shop in Ho Chi Minh City, and you must add this to your Vietnam tour package if it isn’t there already. The Ho Chi Minh City Museum and the War Remnants Museum are must-visits if you wish to get a glimpse of the rich history of this country.

Vietnam packages always include a trip to the heavenly Halong Bay. Surrounded by the azure waters of the Gulf of Tonkin, Halong Bay is home to tall limestone pillars covered with green foliage. Halong Bay is a tourist hub owing to the number of activities that happen here. A Vietnam tour package will include kayaking and exploring the caves of Halong Bay.

The capital of Vietnam, Hanoi is laced with stories of the bygone times. Hanoi is a melting pot of cultures which not only make it brilliantly diverse, but also intriguing. As a result, Hanoi will occupy an important position in your Vietnam tour package. The age-old buildings and museums of Hanoi will take you back in time. If you want to dive into the rich cultural history of Hanoi then definitely opt for a Vietnam tour package that organises walking tours within the city. This city is the ideal place for you to enjoy the true spirit of Hanoi, pulsating with life and energy.

A Vietnam tour package without an inclusion of Hue is incomplete. This major tourist attraction is a quaint yet bustling city with lots of historical treats. Some of the best museums of Vietnam are situated here, and should definitely be a part of your Vietnam tour package. The imperial past of Hue has given it an ancient architectural style that is reflected magnificently on the tombs of the emperors of this land. Visiting the tombs of Tu Duc and Khai Dinh should definitely be a part of your itinerary. Your Vietnam tour package will incorporate a guided tour to these historical places. Abundant in palaces, temples, pagodas and tombs, a visit to Hue is time well spent.

The Cu Chi Tunnels in Vietnam is a famous tourist magnet that needs to have a spot in your Vietnam tour package. The tunnels were dug by troops of the Viet Cong (a communist political organisation) during the Vietnam War to combat the combined forces of the American and South Vietnamese armies. Stretching for miles, these tunnels saw numerous attacks that claimed thousands of lives. Today, as part of your Vietnam tour package, you can crawl through some parts of the tunnels, and see the booby trap sites.

Sapa is a small Vietnamese town surrounded by greenery in the form of verdant mountains and long stretches of open land. A Vietnam tour package will most certainly include a visit to this quaint little town, for the charming beauty here is hard to avoid. Sapa is a hub of nature activities and hiking, trekking and nature walks are the most preferred things to do. Not only nature walks, your Vietnam tour package will also take you to a local village where you can learn about the simple yet wholesome lifestyle of the inhabitants. The markets in Sapa are abuzz with locals selling handicraft items which serve as amazing souvenirs. You can try the mouth-watering dishes here, go for a trek across the greenery of the mountainous terrain, enjoy a leisurely boating experience or explore enchanting caves. A well-curated Vietnam tour package will surely prioritise a visit to Sapa.

Hoi An is a UNESCO Heritage site that has allured tourists with its yellow buildings, colourful lanterns, tasty food and laid-back aura. A Vietnam tour package will most certainly bring you to Hoi An to experience the old-world charm of this country. When here, do not forget to taste the renowned cao lau, a traditional Vietnamese dish with pork broth, vegetables and noodles. This quaint little town is known as the ‘Tailor Capital of Vietnam’, thanks to the abundance of talented tailors here. An insightful part of your Vietnam tour package, Hoi An is a picturesque town that will take you back in time.

Most Recent Vietnam Reviews

The hidden gem of Hanoi is always on the bucket list of honeymooners. It is so intriguing with a long-standing history. For those who have never been in Hanoi, they will surprise why the couples spend their honeymoon here. No blue sea, no dramatic mountains or charming sandy beaches, still, Hanoi keeps its own "secrets" that can's be found anywhere else. Holding hands walking on the colonial building- lined streets in the autumn of Hanoi with the aroma of milk flowers embracing both of you is absolutely a unique memory.<br>
Trip to Vietnam is not complete without visiting its noisy, vibrant capital city of Hanoi.<br> What to do in Hanoi?<br> - Navigate the traffic-choked streets of the Old Quarter to discover crumbling colonial buildings, gazing street vendors and small tubular shops.<br> - Hanoi is filled with historical buildings – do not miss the Temple of Literature, St Joseph’s Cathedral and the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long.<br> - Learn about the country’s revolutionary leader at the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and palace complex. Photography is strictly prohibited here.<br> - Take a stroll around Hoan Kiem Lake where locals come to exercise and relax.<br> - Do not miss the wonderful Water Puppet Show at Thang Long Water Puppet Theater.<br> - Trip to Hanoi would not be complete without sampling its famous food delights – Banh Mi sandwich or the city’s signature dish, Bun Cha (Vegeterians Excuse).<br> - Stop at Cafe Giang or The Note Cafe for a Ca Phe Trung (Egg Coffee), they have been serving this traditional brew for over decades.<br>
Hanoi, Vietnam's capital lies in the North of the country and is one of the country's top tourist hot spots. It offers French-colonial architecture, a rich food culture and a long history (the city celebrated its millennium in 2010.) The most well known and important districts in Hanoi are Ba Dinh District (aka the French Quarter) where the government offices are located and Hoan Kiem District (aka the Old Quarter) which is considered the city's business hub and main tourist destination.<br> The Hanoi Old Quarter is a longstanding metropolitan area outside the Thang Long royal citadel. Located in the Hoan Kiem district, The Old Quarter has the original street layout and architecture of old Hanoi. It focuses the handicraft activities and all trade, which formed into many specific trading streets and created a separate tradition of urban residents. Today, the Old Quarter of Hanoi is an attractive destination for those who want to visit this city.<br> At the beginning of the 20th century, Hanoi consisted of only about 36 streets. Each street had merchants and households specialized in a particular trade, such as silk traders, metallurgy, food, etc. Nowadays, although some streets do not keep traditional crafts, but also focuses on selling a specific trading commodity. In the old quarter area, there are also many ancient historical sites including old houses, temples, pagodas and assembly halls. Two best ways to visit Hanoi Old Quarter are walking and hiring cyclos - a special traditional vehicle in Vietnam.<br> The most famous characteristic of the Old Quarter is trade village. Craftsmen from trade village gather around Thang Long. The merchant ships can go to the center of city to exchange merchandise, which makes the trade village become develop. The products become the name of street with the word "Hang" on the front.<br> Today, some streets still retain traditional products such as: Hang Ma, Hang Tre, Hang Thiec, Thuoc Bac... Besides, some streets don't keep traditional trade village but focuses on selling a commodity like Hang Quat (worship), Hang Buom (cake, candy), Ma May (travel services)...<br> A further characteristic of the Old Quarter is the ancient architecture. The old house is mainly the tube, inclined roof. The ancient house and the roof went on painting and poetry. These houses were built in the century of XVIII-XIX.<br> In the Old Quarter, there have many ancient historical sites, including temples, pagodas and assembly halls. The Old Quarter has some markets such as: Dong Xuan - Bac Qua, Hang Da, Hang Be market.<br> Location: Hanoi, VietnamAddress: Hoan Kiem DistrictEntrance fee: Free<br> Source:<br>
Myriad forms of geo-diversities, breathtaking natural beauty and an age-old culture have made Vietnam truly fabulous. Apart from the capital city of Hanoi, in and around the Ho Chi Minh city, tourists can enjoy the quintessence of Vietnamese culture. We have Ha Long Bay in our list, often referred as the eighth natural wonder of the world. Million years of environmental changes have given rise to karstification of the land. Travelling through thousands of monolithic limestone islands jutting out of the emerald green silent water, on a traditional junk, is an unforgettable experience. The Ha Long Bay is a UNESCO world heritage site.<br>

Vietnam Travel Blogs

Vietnam is a vast country with a lot to see and experience. You can delve into the culture and colour of this country with the help of a Vietnam tour package. There is so much to see and do here that you will need to research well in advance before planning a trip, and most Vietnam packages offer you an all-round experience of the country. Here are some interesting and informative blogs on Tripoto on Vietnam. Make sure you refer to these before booking a Vietnam tour package.

“Vietnam, a gastronomical paradise for those who love indulging in eccentric delicacies and a confluence of modernization and ethnic force for those who want to experience one of the oldest civilizations in the east. With the recent history of Vietnam War overbearing the colonial past, Vietnam is an interesting study of looking at the political narrative from western vs eastern perspective and surfaces the debate between aggression under the veil of ideology vs upholding the sovereignty of a nation.” – Nikita Bharadia.

“Vietnam has eternally always been combined with Cambodia as ONE travel itinerary, which honestly is unfair to both countries at so many levels! Vietnam deserves it's own itinerary, coz it's a country with the most beautiful chaos you will ever come across. I have travelled to 9 countries till now, but Vietnam has been a lesson, a perspective, a life changer. Someone once told me, with mucho sarcasm, "Travel doesn't cure the mind. It's all a myth. '' I couldn't agree with that person more, travel doesn't cure the mind, it cures your soul. You are all the same and never the same again, the soul changes and there is no escaping from that. That's what this trip did to me.” – Sneha Parhi.

“I had so many doubts before going to Vietnam regarding the food, language, people and weather. Was it really worth it? Aren't there better places to spend my ten days?I am so glad that I did go there, thanks to my friends who had already booked their flights for Hong Kong and wanted to take a trip together to a nearby country in SouthEast Asia. Lovely cafes, buzzing markets, friendly people, great customer service at hotels, beautiful towns/coast and all within budget!” – Nidhi Jakhodia.

Vietnam Weather And Best Time To Visit

Vietnam is a country of diversity and much of this comes from the varying climatic conditions of the country. It is best to know more about the climate and temperature before booking a Vietnam tour package to avoid any disaster.

The weather in Vietnam can be divided by location. The months between November and April are pleasant and cool if you plan on visiting Hanoi and the regions around it. It can get extremely cold further north during the months of December and January, and it is advisable not to book any Vietnam holiday packages up north during that time if you’re not fond of chilly weather.

Central Vietnam experiences a hot and dry weather between January and August with rain in the months of September, October and November.

Southern Vietnam is divided into dry and wet seasons, where the period from December through April is dry, and from May to November is typically wet.

The large size of Vietnam has an impact on the diverse climate of the country. If you wish to cover the length of the country, the best time to visit would be during spring (February to April) and autumn (August to October). If you book a Vietnam tour package during these months you are guaranteed to have the time of your life in this country!

You must keep in mind that the Vietnamese New Year, or Tet Festival, falls during December or January and attracts numerous tourists. This results in higher accommodation and activity costs. If you wish to include the festivities of Tet Festival in your plan then book a Vietnam tour package accordingly. This might be a little more costly, but you will surely enjoy every minute of it.
There are lesser number of tourists between September and November and between April and June. Owing to the wet season, not many tourists book Vietnam packages during this time. However, the countryside of Vietnam is painted a bright green during this time. If you wish to enjoy the verdant landscapes of this country at a cheaper rate then book a Vietnam tour package during this time.

Vietnam For Family And Friends

Vietnam is a wonderful country that has something to do for everyone. Both your family and friends will enjoy a visit to this magnificent country. There are various Vietnam holiday packages available that cater to everybody’s needs.

When travelling with family, choose a Vietnam tour package that focuses more on sightseeing and relaxing on the beaches or in the hilly regions. Visiting the museums is also something you can do with your family.

With friends, you can opt for a Vietnam tour package that revolves around adventure or outdoor activities such as trekking, hiking, kayaking, cave exploring or cycling around the cities.
Whether it is for friends or family, any well-planned Vietnam tour package will definitely comprise a food tour in the country which should not be missed at any cost.

Vietnam Local Cuisine

Vietnam is a food lover’s paradise. People from all across the globe book Vietnam packages to taste the delectable local cuisine of the country. Mentioned below are some of the most loved dishes in Vietnam. Pho is a broth served with flat rice noodles and beef or chicken, seasoned with some of Vietnam’s best spices and herbs. A staple food, pho is a delightful combination of healthy and tasty. Grilled honey-marinated chicken served with an assortment of vegetables and rice is Vietnam’s tasty ga nuong. This dish has won the hearts of all those who have visited Vietnam. 

Bun cha is a mouth-watering dish featuring noodles, barbecued pork and vegetables. Dip the noodles into the flavourful broth and enjoy the exquisite taste of this delectable dish. Banh bao is a prominent street food in Vietnam. Steamed pork buns with a quail egg buried deep inside make up this dish. Although not traditionally Vietnamese, this dish a favourite of locals and tourists alike. These are just a few of the dishes that Vietnam has to offer. As part of your Vietnam tour package, head straight to Ho Chi Minh City, popularly known as Saigon, to get a taste of the real Vietnam.


Visa For Vietnam

Indian citizens are required to have a valid visa to enter the country of Vietnam, therefore you will have to apply for one before booking a Vietnam tour package. To apply for a visa, you will need to contact the local embassy. A much easier process is to apply for a visa on arrival. This involves a few simple steps after which you shall receive your visa at whichever airport you fly into. If you have any doubts regarding this process you can always ask your Vietnam tour package provider for more details.

Mentioned below are some frequently asked questions regarding travelling to Vietnam. Clarify your doubts here before booking a Vietnam tour package.


Written by Baishali Dutta. She finds solace in words and her ukulele, and would rather be living in the hills.

Frequently Asked Questions

Vietnam is one of the safest places to go on a holiday. Women travellers prefer this country on account of its extremely safe environs. Being a conservative country, it is best to avoid wearing revealing clothes when in Vietnam. However, there are instances of minor thefts and pickpocketing, so before booking a Vietnam tour package do some research on places infamous for these crimes and be cautious if you choose to visit those areas.

Since Vietnam is a huge country with an array of things to do, you might very well be confused when visiting for the first time. Thus, it is recommended to avail a Vietnam tour package that will arrange tours based on your interests within the specific time frame. This not only makes your itinerary compact but also ensures that you have fun.

Vietnam is a conservative country with a lot of respect for its culture and history. To understand them better, try researching some customs of the place before booking a Vietnam tour package so as to not hurt any local sentiments. When entering pagodas or monasteries make sure you cover up well and remove your shoes. You cannot touch somebody’s head or pass any object over it. It is considered rude to stand with your hands on your hips or cross them over your chest. Always pass items with both hands.

When booking a Vietnam tour package, do not fret about not being able to stay in touch with your loved ones. You can buy a local sim card with mobile internet from one of the kiosks at the airport. You will have to present your passport to register the number.

Vietnam is a magical country with thousands of things to do and places to visit. While this is entirely up to you, it is best that you spend about two to three weeks in this country. This way your Vietnam tour package will incorporate all the splendid things to do and experience in this country.

One of the many reasons why Vietnam attracts a large number of tourists every year is because of its affordability. The cost of travelling to Vietnam depends on how you choose to travel. If you want to explore this country on a budget, you might have to spend Rs.3000 per day or more. A more comfortable holiday would cost about Rs.7000 or more, and a luxurious experience in this country could go up to Rs.15,000 per day. The total cost of this tour depends largely on the Vietnam tour package that you choose.

English is widely understood by the people in Vietnam. However, when travelling to the rural areas of Vietnam you might find it hard to communicate. Learning a few phrases before booking a Vietnam tour package is quite helpful. Words and phrases like xin chao (used to greet someone; pronounced as seen chow), chào (goodbye), làm o'n (please; pronounced as ‘lahm uhn) and ‘cám o'n’ (thank you; pronounced as gahm uhn) are especially useful.

Cities in Vietnam such as Saigon and Hanoi accept credit and forex cards, however, do carry enough cash when travelling to the outskirts.

Vietnam is a splendid place to spend your days with your loved one. From long walks along beaches to going for an adventurous trek up the mountains, there are plenty of activities for you and your significant other to enjoy here. You will have the option to opt for a romantic Vietnam tour package according to your requirements.