Trails of Vietnam

Trails of Vietnam

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Trails of Vietnam

14 Days Starting in Hanoi and ending in Saigon

Visiting: Hanoi, Đà Bắc District, Thung Nai, Hạ Long Bay, Thua Thien Hue, Mausoleum of Emperor Tu Duc, Hội An, Ho Chi Minh City, Cu Chi Tunnels Tours, Cái Bè District, Cần Thơ, Cái Răng

Tour operator:

Exodus

Tour code:

AOF

Guide Type:

Fully Guided

Group size:

5 - 16

Physical rating:

Moderate

Age range:

16 to 99

Special diets catered:

Please inform Exodus of specific dietary requirements

Tour operated in:
English
Trip Styles:

Adventure Tours

Activities:

Cycling, Trekking

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Tour Overview

Whether it's kayaking beneath towering cliffs in the sea, cycling by vibrant green paddy fields in the Mekong Delta or trekking amongst colourful hill tribes, this dynamic trip allows us to interact with the local people and environment in a way we couldn't by vehicle alone. We get a great insight into everyday life as well as seeing all the major sights. Of course, all this activity needs fuelling, which gives us the perfect excuse for sampling the superb Vietnamese cuisine.

Highlights

  • Cruise and kayak along the emerald waters and limestone peaks of Halong Bay

  • Dip into traditional Vietnamese culture by trekking through lush hill tribe villages

  • Sample local produce and float through the Mekong Delta by boat

  • Dig a little deeper into Vietnam’s history by crawling through the Cu Chi war tunnels

  • Walk and cycle on a tour through historic towns of Hue, Hoi An and Hanoi

Itinerary

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Day 1 : Start Hanoi
Location: Hanoi
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Lenid Hotel or similar
Meals Included: No Meals

Begin your adventure in Hanoi, a city where an unstoppable energy thrives
alongside traditional Vietnamese culture and a colonial charm permeates the
broad tree-lined boulevards, most noticeably from the faded French
architecture.

Whether you’re buying baguettes and inexpensive coffee from the grand
doorways of a past era, drifting alongside Hoan Kiem Lake or roaming the
animated streets, Hanoi offers a delicious first taste of Vietnamese culture.
Even crossing one of many manic roads serves as a memorable experience!

This evening there will be a welcome briefing with your leader followed by an
optional group dinner at a local restaurant.


Day 2 : To Da Bac; Trek Through Dzao Tien Country; Overnight In Hill-Tribe Longhouse
Location: Đà Bắc District
Accommodation: Homestay
Accommodation Name: Sung Village Homestay
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning we transfer (approx. 4 hours) to Hoa Binh Province. Travelling
up and over the Truong Son Mountain Range affords lush green views, serving
as the perfect precursor of the scenery for the following days. We journey to
the peaceful Sung Village, the home of approximately 70 Dzao Tien ethnic
minority/hill-tribe families.

Upon arrival, we will be served lunch cooked by a local family before heading
off on an afternoon trek where we will learn about traditional agriculture
and also visit a limestone cave and an ancient tea plantation. We will spend
the night staying with a family and have the chance learn more about rural
life in this beautiful part of the country. 


Day 3 : Trek Amongst Hill-Tribe Villages
Location: Hanoi
Accommodation: Homestay
Accommodation Name: Da Bia village Homestay
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

By now the beeping and bustling of Hanoi will be a faint memory, and the day
is spent delving deeper into this slice of rural paradise. After an early
breakfast, we start our trek. Walking for approximately 5 hours we will pass
through a picturesque valley made of quilt-like rice terraces, palms and
small villages. We’re also rewarded with fantastic views of the Da
Reservoir and its turquoise waters. We will arrive in the village of Da Bia
in time for lunch served by a Muong family that we will be staying with.
There will be some time near the end of the day free for those who might like
to swim in the reservoir or choose to hire a kayak and explore a little
further. 


Day 4 : Boat To Thung Nai; Hanoi City Tour
Location: Thung Nai
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Lenid Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

A short walk this morning will take us to the reservoir where we will board a
private boat for our journey (approx. 1-1.5hrs) to Thung Nai harbour. We’ll
stop for lunch and if time permitting, have the option of visiting the Muong
ethnic minority museum to learn a little more about one the main ethnic
groups of the area.

On return, our city tour of Hanoi introduces the many layers of Vietnamese
culture and history. Sites include Hoa Lo, the Temple of Literature, and the
Old Quarter, the centuries-old soul of Hanoi. Stepping into this commercial
labyrinth is not as confusing as it first may seem, but only once you realise
that it’s ‘36 streets’ indicate the type of products sold. So why not
take a turn down Silk Street, Souvenir Street or even Gold Street? The
remainder of the afternoon/early evening is free, perhaps to enjoy the view
from a lakeside café. If you wish to opt for an optional activity, your tour
leader can arrange a viewing of the famous water puppets, an art form dating
back to the 11th century where folktale and legends are playfully recounted
among the sounds of wooden bells, bamboo flutes and cymbals.


Day 5 : To Halong Bay; Cruise/Kayak; Dinner And Overnight On Boat
Location: Hạ Long Bay
Accommodation: Overnight Boat
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After an early start, we transfer (approx. 4 hours) to Halong Bay where a
boat awaits us, ready to cruise along the legendary Halong Bay, otherwise
known as ‘where the dragon descends into the sea’. Legend has it that
Halong Bay’s islands were formed by a dragon’s plunge into the waters.
Carving crevasses on its way, the dragon left what is now roughly 3000
exquisitely eroded limestone peaks rising from emerald waters. Soak up the
enigmatic atmosphere this karst scenery creates, before kayaking to places
inaccessible by boat (weather permitting). A sea food lunch is served on
board, and the evening is yours to unwind upon tranquil waters. The night is
spent in twin share cabins with en suite facilities.

Day 6 : Cruise Then Return To Hanoi; Overnight Train To Hue
Location: Hanoi
Accommodation: Overnight Train
Meals Included: Breakfast

As the boat continues to cruise along the majestic peaks, there will be new
opportunities to immerse ourselves in Halong Bay’s mystical quality. After
returning to port, we will transfer to the train station in Hanoi and board
the Reunification Express for the overnight train ride to Hue (approx. 13
hours). The overnight train journey is a great way to travel like the locals
and really experience Vietnam.

Day 7 : Sightseeing By Private Bus In Hue
Location: Thua Thien Hue
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Park View Hotel or similar
Meals Included: No Meals

Arrive in the morning in the cultural and historical centre of Vietnam, Hue.
Brimming with charisma, Hue has impacted several poets in its time and serves
as a reminder of Vietnam’s imperial glories. Today we take a bus transfer
to the Imperial Citadel and Thien Mu Pagoda to peep into the life of Nguyen
emperors. With walls six miles in length, the Imperial Citadel is the most
outstanding sight in town. We will explore the palaces, halls of the
Mandarins and the remains of the Forbidden Purple City, once only open to the
emperor, his eunuchs, and of course his concubines.

The rest of the afternoon is free for you to relax and enjoy at leisure.


Day 8 : Visit Tu Duc Mausoleum; Drive To Hoi An
Location: Mausoleum of Emperor Tu Duc, Hội An
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Le Pavillon Hoi An Boutique Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

This morning after breakfast, we take a transfer by bus to visit Emperor Tu
Duc's Mausoleum. Standing amidst a lake and a boundless pine forest, this
tomb is deemed the most extravagant mausoleum of the great Nguyen Emperors
and one of the most beautiful pieces of royal architecture in Vietnam. 

Following this, a 130km drive to Da Nang will pass through the beautiful
peninsula of Lang Co, situated between the crystal waters of a lagoon and the
Eastern Sea, as well as the awe-inspiring Hai Van pass, known as the ‘Pass
of the Ocean Clouds’. Once in Da Nang, climb the Marble Mountains and
uncover the large caves used by the Viet Cong as a hospital base during the
war. Rewarding views stretching over My Khe beach and the surrounding
countryside will be waiting for you once you reach the mountain peak, the
latter of which makes up our next home for 2 nights, Hoi An.

Day 9 : Walking Tour Of Hoi An; Free Afternoon
Location: Hội An
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Le Pavillon Hoi An Boutique Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

Embrace the sleepy ambience seeping through Hoi An on our walking tour
(approx. 3-4 hrs) of  Vietnam’s original European trading port town dating
back to the mid-16th century. Often described as a living museum, Hoi An
boasts more than just grace and atmosphere. Wooden merchant houses and
pagoda-style temples line the streets, architecturally reflecting the
Japanese, Chinese and European influences on the town.

The afternoon is free to enjoy what many call their favourite town in
Vietnam, and it’s easy to see why. Take a boat trip on the Thu Bon River,
relax by the riverside, meander around the thriving riverside markets, or
indulge in shops famous for their silk. Alternatively, why not hire a bike
and make your way through Hoi An’s pretty countryside towards Cua Dai
beach, past markets, schools and villages (5km). There may also be the option
to spend the afternoon kayaking through the coconut-palm lined canals in Cam
Thanh village for those keen. 
(Walking tour approx 3-4 hrs)


Day 10 : Fly To Saigon; Afternoon Visit Cu Chi Tunnels
Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Cu Chi Tunnels Tours
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Huong Sen Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

Transfer to Da Nang airport and fly to Saigon (approx. 70 mins), a city full
of chaotic thrills.  Please be aware that as Saigon is located in the south,
it is likely to be much warmer and humid than the north of the country.

Upon arrival into Saigon, a 1.5 hr drive will then take us to the Cu Chi
tunnels. Crawl through the infamous and intricate system of tunnels and
experience the spirit of guerrilla warfare! Used by the Viet Cong during the
war for its escape routes as well as living quarters, the network covers 3
levels and approximately 240km of tunnels. Although they were traditionally
very narrow, they have now been widened to allow an extensive exploration of
the system. Even so, claustrophobes should feel free to bask outside in the
sunshine if they do not wish to take part! 

Day 11 : Cycle Ride To Cai Be; Visit Handicraft Workshops; Drive To Can Tho
Location: Cái Bè District, Cần Thơ
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: TTC Can Tho Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

Arrive in the small market town of My Tho after a 1.5 hr drive. After hopping
onto our bikes we will follow the Mekong River through quiet back roads
towards Cai Be (approx. 30 km). Known as the ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam, the
Mekong Delta produces the majority of Vietnam’s tropical fruits, some of
which you will have a chance to sample, as well as sugar cane and coconuts.
Transfer back to Can Tho to relax and soak up the atmosphere of this quiet
riverside town, or explore the maze of backstreets and wide boulevards.

Day 12 : Boat Trip To Floating Markets; Cycle Ride; Boat Trip To Island Homestay Guesthouse
Location: Cái Răng
Accommodation: Homestay
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Early start for a boat trip along the Bassac River towards Cai Rang, the
largest and liveliest floating market in the Delta. Float through a maze of
boats, rife with fruits, vegetables and plants and watch the techniques
locals use to make a living. One includes attaching their produce on to long
poles and hanging them above the boat, enabling them to showcase their items
to buyers from all angles and distances. Since you’ll be witnessing
authentic trading in full swing, there will be countless opportunities for
you to capture traditional scenes on camera.

Afterwards, we cycle to Vinh Long through rural villages and scenic
landscapes (approx. 40 km). Reaching the end of the day, we will be
transferred by motor boat to an island in the middle of the Mekong River for
overnight at a simple homestay guesthouse built in the style of a local
house. Bedding, a mosquito net and a small towel are provided.

Day 13 : Cruise To Cai Be; To Saigon For Afternoon City Tour
Location: Cái Bè District
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Huong Sen Hotel or similar
Meals Included: Breakfast

Cruise by boat along the Cai Be Floating Market and stop to visit small
cottage industries manufacturing local products such as popped rice, sweets,
pancakes and wine. Recently, Cai Be floating market is becoming less crowded
and smaller as fruit trading is mostly now done by trucks due to the bridge
being built. However, this is still a great opportunity to see a local market
and the trade being conducted traditionally on a smaller scale.

Return to Saigon, a city once devastated by the Vietnam War, and now a
bustling free market city. A combination of old and new diversifies the city
with temples standing defiantly among zooming scooters and modern
developments. The Reunification Palace is one of the stops on our city tour,
famous for its 1960s architecture and slightly garish appeal as much as its
association with the fall of Saigon in 1975. Another stop is the War Remnants
Museum, housing a vivid collection outlining the horrors of modern history
and warfare and effects on innocent civilians. Be aware that these records of
the Vietnam War are often very graphic and distressing.

Heading to the romantic Catholic Notre Dame Cathedral throws yet another
light on Saigon.

Day 14 : End Saigon
Location: Ho Chi Minh City
Meals Included: Breakfast

For land only clients, the tour ends this morning after breakfast. 

What's Included

  • Tour leader throughout

  • All transport and listed activities

  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

  • Arrival & departure transfers

  • 12 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 4 dinners

  • All accommodation

  • Meals

    12 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 4 dinners.

What's Not Included

  • Visas or vaccinations

  • Single accommodation (available on request)

  • Travel insurance

Food

12 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 4 dinners are included. Thanks to the tropical climate, the long coast and the gigantic range of mountains, Vietnam is blessed with numerous varieties of culinary offerings and consequently maintains its reputation as one of the healthiest cuisines in the world that still packs a punch with delicious, fresh and fiery flavours. Vietnamese food relies on fresh fish, vegetables, rice and a whole myriad of verdant herbs and spices; lemongrass, ginger, basil and lime all play an important role in the cuisine. The Chinese and French influence is felt throughout the country where you are just as likely to be offered a Banh Mi (stuffed baguette) as you are a hot steaming bowl of Pho (noodle soup). Each dish is prepared with the Asian principle of Wu Xing in mind (the five elements); meaning that the perfect combination of spicy, sour, bitter, salty and sweet is the ultimate aim. Be sure to also seek out the national beverages; Vietnamese coffee is served iced and sweet with condensed milk, a real sugar and caffeine hit, and beer hoi (local beer, brewed daily) is served on most street corners in the North out of large plastic jugs that are perfect for sharing. Food is cheap in Vietnam and you can generally avoid the spicier food if you wish. Western food is readily available almost everywhere, with the exception of the night in the Mekong Delta. Vegetarian food is widely available, however the offering will be fairly similar in most places. Please advise at time of booking if you have any dietary requirements.

Accommodation

Spend seven nights in comfortable hotels, one night in a standard hotel, one night aboard a boat with twin-share cabins, one night in a homestay guesthouse, two nights in a local longhouse and one night on a sleeper train.

The accommodation is generally of good quality, but you should also be prepared for a couple of basic nights. Two nights are spent in traditional longhouses. We trek through native Dzao and Muong country to our overnight destinations of Sung Village and Da Bia Village where we dine on local food and sleep in wooden longhouses. This is communal living in the most authentic way. Hosted by hospitable local families, we gain a real insight into rural Vietnam.

En suite facilities are not available at the homestay guesthouse in the Mekong Delta, the two nights at the traditional longhouses or on the sleeper train.

On the sleeper train, you stay in soft-bed berths (usually four passengers to a berth). Vietnamese trains are safe but we recommend you always keep valuables with you. Snacks are often offered on board (additional cost). While most trains have Western-style facilities, some services are also equipped with squat toilets.

Please note, the accommodations listed on the itinerary are the standard hotels used. However, there may be some departures where groups stay at similar hotels of the same standard and quality.

Single supplements are available (on request) and only available for eight nights of the trip (hotel nights). Please advise your sales representative upon booking if you would like to request a single supplement.

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  • Are airport transfers included in this tour?

    Arrival & departure transfers

  • Are vaccinations required for this tour?

    There are no mandatory vaccination requirements. Recommended vaccinations are: Tetanus, Polio, Typhoid, Hepatitis A and Diphtheria. The risk of malaria is slight, but you may wish to consult your GP or travel health clinic for further advice.

  • Are the local guides on the tour English speaking?

    Yes

  • Are children permitted to take part in the tour?

    16+ age people can join this tour.

  • What happens if I need to change my holiday date once I’ve booked?

    If you wish to make any changes to your booking, particularly if you need to alter any flights booked through us, please let us know as soon as possible. There is a booking or flight amendment fee of £40 per change and flight amendments often incur extra airline costs depending on the changes to be made and if the ticket has been issued or not.

  • How long has the tour company been trading?

    Exodus has been trading since 1974

  • What documents will I receive before I travel?

    Your final joining instructions and flight details, if booked with us, will then be sent out 2 to 3 weeks before departure. If you would like a hard copy posted, or if you require these any earlier, please contact the customer operations team. We advise that if you are booking connecting travel before receiving these, please ensure you leave plenty of time.

  • Do you operate a “single share” option and how does it work?

    Travellers are welcome to opt to share a room with a tour member of the same gender for no additional charge. If you'd like your own room, we can request a single supplement so that you will have your own room throughout.

  • Can I join the tour once it has departed?

    You are welcome to meet the group after the tour has departed however there is no reduction in rate for joining a tour after the departure date.

Reviews from Travellers on this Tour

Just the best tour I've ever done

I picked this trip because it was a great blend of cycling, hiking, sight seeing, shopping and kayaking for a 2 week tip in Vietnam. I loved that we got to get out of the cities and walk amongst the hill tribes of Northwestern Vietnam or cycle amongst the farmers and fishermen of the Mekong Delta. But I also appreciated all our city stops to experience the different characters and cuisine of the cities throughout Vietnam. It was also fun that transportation varied from buses to boats to ships... This trip was just a fantastic blend of activities and exercise.

Get there before it changes!

This must be the best Exodus holiday I've experienced. First of all a great bunch of fellow travellers make the trip; we all got on very well from the outset. Vinh, the tour leader was very well organised, always knew what was going on and made sure we also knew the 'plan' for the present and following days. Hotels and homestays were of good quality and we were very well looked after wherever we were. Included food was usually excellent and abundant, a slimming holiday it was not! Our leader arranged optional meals at local restaurants; again, the food was varied but always of a high quality. In travelling in and between Hanoi, Ha Long, Hue, Danang, Hoi An and Saigon, we were exposed to the history and culture of this country. Our guide was very well informed about historical events which has shaped Vietnam. A good bit of walking, a little bit of paddling and some mad cycling composed the active part of the holiday. I was disappointed with so little kayaking but this was somewhat mitigated by the tremendous views in Ha Long bay.

TRAILS OF VIETNAM

Well what can I say????Brilliant - not as hard work as expected, but think the rating is due to weather Hot and Humid and teh amount of travel that you do.

Trails of Vietnam

A lovely group, an efficient guide and a varied itinerary, we got to see a lot of Vietnam, a beautiful and exciting country. It was definitely a holiday that left me with some brilliant memories. The only thing which let us down was the rain in Hue and Danang with its consequent inactivity.

TRAILS OF VIETNAM

Well when I decided to take this holiday I was thinking that I would love the country side the trekking and cycling part bit ,  but it was fantastic every second of the whole holiday. Did not want it to finish. Every day somthing different and beautifull. 

TRAILS OF VIETNAM

Loads of different activities, experiences, sights and sounds are packed into this holiday, which really shows you the whole of Vietnam.

Trails of Vietnam 1st - 14th April 2018

Overall, this was a very enjoyable and active trip which enabled us to get a good undersanding of the different areas and lifestyles of the people from the hill-tribe villages in the north down to the islands and floating market traders in the Mekong Delta. Unfortunately, we were all disapointed when we were told that we would not be allowed to stay on our boat in Halong Bay overnight and would not be able to enjoy the planned kayaking around the islands. We had not made aware that this could happen. Following on from this we had a full day in Hue when it rained the whole day, whilst we did visit the Imperial Citadel and Thien Mu Pagoda (in the rain) it prevented us cycling to other planned places of interest. Once we had flown south to Ho Chi Minh City and the weather improved (+35C) our moral was restored and we enjoyed a very active and varied 2nd half of the tour.

Trails of Vietnam

Wow, full on Vietnam! This trip was great, if a little rushed at times. You get to see a lot of different areas of Vietnam, from rural villages to chaotic cities. Also many varied experiences such as religious sites, historical sites, walking, cycling, kayaking, boat trips, cooking class, local music and dance shows. Be prepared to be on the go most of the time.

Trails of Vietnam--Traveling During the TET Holiday

We were a group of 7 representing 5 nationalities. The size of the group bonded us quickly and kept it that way through out the trip. Couple with an excellent guide it was and will be remembered as a memorable trip. Before booking a trip in January or February check to see when the TET holiday will occur and decide if potential deviations from the standard trip notes will have an impact on what you want to see and experience. TET is not a festival, rather a holiday period for the Vietnamese people to leave the cities and return to the country to spend time with their families. Millions of people are on the move which starts with the Vietnamese New Years Eve. All told we experienced the impact from Day 5 through Day 13 of our trip. Some guide books will advise you not to visit during TET as you will experience closed businesses and the businesses that remain open often hike their prices. While the hotels are operating restaurants options are limited and may only offer a set course meal to serve to tourists. Our guide was constantly adjusting our schedule to accommodate for TET--substituting a cycle day for a kayak trip, locating someone to do our laundry while in Hoi An and of course picking our restaurants. On the plus side there was less traffic to deal with.

None Stop Action like a Die Hard movie

A very nice tour that sometimes might seem too much for certain people. There is a lot crammed in so an extra two days would have been perfect. A few things here and there could be improved on but overall it was a fantastic holiday.

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