Romance in Vietnam
Romantic holiday in Vietnam is a dream of many travellers who wish to escape to a romantic paradise with their beloved partner. Begin in Hanoi, Vietnam’s artistic and intellectual capital. For a romantic culture holiday, head to Hoi An, a well-preserved ancient town and the culinary capital of Vietnam. Cua Dai beach, north of the Old Town is a paradise for activity enthusiasts; wind surfing, kayaking and jet skiing.
Da Lat, nestled against immense pine forests and rolling hills with romantic lakes and shinning waterfall, is the honeymooner’s heaven. Phu Quoc Island, south Vietnam, with palm- fringed, white sandy beach and tortoise waters is one of the most romantic destinations. Discover the undersea world with many colourful corals and fishes by surfing or snorkelling.
TRAVEL UNTAMED ON THIS 13-DAY VIETNAM HOLIDAY…
And, experience its beautiful landscapes and luxury beach resorts.
In the recent past, Vietnam has become a favourite romantic destination offering perfect opportunities for adventure, relaxation, pampering and the utmost of luxurious indulgence. It has some of the world’s most luxurious hotels and decadent resorts, top-class spas, high-style, incredible food and beautiful landscapes. This private tour of Vietnam is ideal for travellers wanting a romantic getaway or a relaxing trip in Vietnam’s most interesting and beautiful destinations.
Begin with three nights in Hanoi, Vietnam’s artistic and intellectual capital. With your guide, ride cyclos around the lake to see the city's historic French colonial architecture. Visit ancient temples, the Museum of Ethnology and the fascinating Old Quarter with its hundreds of specialty shops selling silk clothing, lacquerware, embroidered linens and more.
Continue to Hoi An, a World Heritage town that retains a distinct Chinese atmosphere with colourful historic homes, charming cafes, and bustling silk and fish markets. With your private guide tour the surrounding villages and enjoy the stunning countryside scenes that will simply mesmerise you. In the evening enjoy a sunset cruise on the river.
Continue to the sandy beaches and blue waters of Vinh Hy Bay. Spend three nights at the exclusive Amanoi resort, nestled in the hills at the edge of Nui Chua National Park. While there, enjoy the serenity of your surroundings, relax by one of the many pools, explore the expansive grounds and admire the property’s diverse flora and fauna, dine at the acclaimed restaurant, browse the library or spend some time enjoying the tranquillity of the yoga pavilion and beautiful spa. Other activities include snorkelling, kayaking, sailing in the bay, hiking in the national park, or visiting neighbouring fishing villages.
Transfer to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh), the country’s bustling commercial centre. With your own expert guide and driver, experience the city's most interesting neighbourhoods, historic attractions, museums, art galleries and shops, markets, and excellent restaurants. One day, take an excursion into the countryside to tour the Cu Chi Tunnels and observe a colourful religious ceremony at the Cao Dai Temple.
One day, visit the Mekong Delta, a vast network of islands and waterways where the Mekong River flows into the South China Sea. Cruise through small floating markets, stop for photo shoots and visit local village’s enroute to learn their way of life. Or take private tour to Cu Chi (70 km), an amazing complex of underground tunnels. Upon request, we can also arrange activities such as meeting with historians, visits to private homes, private musical performances, cyclo tours through backstreets, and private cooking classes or culinary tours.
Romance in Vietnam Experience beautiful landscapes, luxury beach resorts and colonial-era romance.
(13 Days - Departs Daily on a Private Basis)
Hanoi, Hoi An, Amanoi & Vinh Hy Bay, Saigon
Day 1 – Arrive
Hanoi Fast-track airport assistance.
Private arrival transfer to hotel for 3 nights.
Day 2 – Tour
Hanoi Full-day private city tour.
Day 3 – Tour
Hanoi Morning private market and street food tour.
Afternoon flexible touring and shopping.
Day 4 – Transfer
Hoi An Private transfer to airport for flight to Hoi An.
Private arrival transfer to hotel for 3 nights, with touring of Marble Mountains and Cham Museum en route.
Day 5 – Tour
Hoi An Half-day private tour of Hoi An.
Day 6 – Tour
Hoi An Morning private tour of local villages.
Day 7 – Transfer
Amanoi & Vinh Hy Bay Private airport transfer for flight to Nha Trang.
Private overland transfer to Amanoi for 3 nights.
Days 8 & 9 – Rest
Amanoi & Vinh Hy Bay At leisure at resort.
Day 10 – Transfer
Saigon Private transfer to airport for flight to Saigon.
Private arrival transfer to hotel for 3 nights.
Day 11 – Culinary Tour
Saigon Full-day private city tour. Evening private vespa culinary tour.
Day 12 – Tour
Saigon Full-day private excursion to Cu Chi Tunnels and Cao Dai Temple (or to Mekong Delta, upon request).
Day 13 – Depart
Saigon Private airport transfer.
Check In: 14:00h
Check Out: 12:00h
The true price is customised based on final choice of hotels, travel dates, and other custom preferences. All prices exclude international flights.
Price Includes: hotels, airport transfers and transportation within the country, unique experiences guided by local experts and 24X7 support during your trip.
Make this your holiday
When to go The high season in Vietnam is from November to March. Prices peak over the Christmas and New Year period, and if you don’t fancy crowds then it is best to avoid this busy time. During this period it is warm and dry in the South but as you travel north of Nha Trang, it begins to get cooler.
From April or May to October, summer monsoon brings hot, humid weather except in the mountains up north. A slight break in monsoon during July and August makes it the second high season in the South but violent and unpredictable typhoons can hit central and northern Vietnam. May, June and September are usually the quietest months.
Getting There There are few direct flights from Europe to Vietnam’s three main international airports – Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Da Nang, but these are steadily increasing over the years. The majority of visitors take indirect flights routed through Bangkok, Singapore or Hong Kong. It can be cheaper if you fly to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur or Singapore or regular international carriers and from there take one of the low cost carriers to Vietnam. Vietnam Airlines and Jetstar are the two main domestic carriers. Fares are very reasonable and the frequencies of flights to main hubs are good.
Getting Around: In the cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, there is a sophisticated local bus network. Taxis and bikes are the easiest way to get around the larger cities – just be sure to agree on a fare before you ride. Slow but scenic, the two-seater pedal powered cyclo, is a fun and cheap way to travel short distances. It is not uncommon to flag down a passing motorbike for a lift. Many people will be happy to give you a lift for a fee a little higher than the equivalent cyclo fare. You can also hire a car with driver at a reasonable cost.
Shopping Shopaholics will discover that of all the places in the world, Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) in Vietnam offers the best-value shopping. This vibrant metropolis is bursting at the seams with bric-a-brac markets, local brands and international design houses. If you’re adventurous, jump on the back of a motorbike to save your dong for shopping. Explore Diamond Plaza on the Le Duan Street or explore local designer boutiques like Cindy’s Workshop that offers bright and funky printed dresses and unique belts for less than £30.
Hanoi is the artistic heart of Vietnam, so you’ll find the best range of art and handicrafts the country has to offer. It is the best place to shop for your home, with a bevvy of stores selling beautiful furniture, linen and home wares. There are galleries throughout Hanoi but if your time is limited, be sure to visit Art Vietnam on Nguyen Khac Nhu street, where you’ll find a wide range of contemporary Vietnamese art and photography.
Tipping Tipping is a personal expense and depends entirely on the quality of services provided to you and your appreciation of those services. Whilst tipping is not mandatory, it is expected at restaurants and by drivers, guides and tour escorts. The following estimated guideline may help you in determining the tip amount, should you wish to tip any service provider. Tipping in restaurants is about 5-10% of the bill, if not included.
Passport/Visa Visas are required to enter, exit or transit through Vietnam territories. The most common is a single entry 30-day visa. Multiple entry, 60-day and 90-day visas are also available. Passports must have a minimum of six months validity. Enquiries should be directed to the nearest Vietnam embassy or consulate.