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See some of the natural wonders of Vietnam’s scenic Ninh Binh Province without blowing out your tight travel schedule with this day-trip from Hanoi. Drive from Hanoi to Ninh Binh in a luxurious limousine bus – no cramped seats and stuffy conditions for this long drive. Discover the ancient capital of Hoa Lu, cycle around local villages and sail down the Tam Coc valley, taking in vibrant rice terraces and towering mountains along the way.
Venture away from the hustle and bustle of Hanoi and explore the countryside on a vintage Minsk motorbike. Explore the villages along the Red River Delta and learn about what daily life is like for these local residents. Admire the beautiful scenery of farmlands and estuaries and end the tour at the 1000-year-old ceramic village of Bat Trang to learn about the ancient art.
Escape the bustling confines of Hanoi city, and breath the fresh air on this full-day rural Vietnam tour. With a local lunch of goat meat, fried rice and local fruits onboard, you’ll be fueled for an afternoon of action, taking in the scenery by both bamboo boat and mountain bike. See local villagers going about their daily lives as you come to appreciate a quieter slice of Vietnamese culture.
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Experience the sights, sounds, and smells of Hanoi in a unique way as you explore the city in a Soviet-era GAZ-69 jeep. See a mix of city highlights and hidden gems in the capital of Vietnam and learn about the country’s history from your guide. Choose from morning, afternoon, or evening tours and enjoy a delicious street food meal and drink at a rooftop bar included in your package.
Enjoy the stunning natural landscapes of one of Vietnam's most-storied provinces on this day trip by boat and bike from Hanoi. Journey into Hoa Lu, the ancient Vietnamese capital, and the Tam Coc caves, just 110 kilometers outside of the city. This leisurely journey includes lunch and is ideal for all fitness levels. Choose from four tour options to suit your budget.
This is the Great way to try Vietnamese Food! Join our local tour guide to try the most iconic and unique street food in Ha Noi. Friendly chatting and cultural exchanging while tasting local dishes and drinks. Not only food, but you can also learn about the culture, the history of this city, and much more through the view of the local people
Discover the most scenic routes through the hills around Sapa courtesy of your trekking guide on this small-group tour that includes a night in a hotel and three meals a day. Join in Sapa or add door-to-door round-trip transfers from Hanoi Old Quarter by overnight train. Expect to hike through Muong Hoa Valley and villages including Shin Chai, Lao Chai, Ta Van, and Cat Cat.
Swap bustling Hanoi for the Vietnamese countryside on an easy half-day bike ride, departing the capital in the afternoon. Cross over the Long Bien Bridge and pedal alongside the Red River for a look at village life. You’ll taste fruit from plantations on Red River Island, learn about contemporary art at a local estate, view ceramics in the pottery village of Quang Ba, and stop at West Lake for coffee or tea at sunset. Numbers are limited to 12 people for a small-group experience with your informative guide.
Discover the spectacular Vietnamese countryside by bike and boat on a captivating small-group tour from Hanoi. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and embark on a bike ride through beautiful back roads and verdant rice fields; visit the majestic ancient capital of Hoa Lu to see the home of the country’s first emperor; and revitalize with a traditional Vietnamese lunch. Cruise the sparkling waters of Tam Coc in a traditional wooden rowboat and capture magnificent vistas dotted with limestone karsts. Enjoy an intimate atmosphere on this small-group tour.
Navigating Hanoi’s busy streets on your own can be challenging, but on this food walking tour, you just need to follow your guide to tasty spots. Although the itinerary may change, possible tastings on include rice noodle soup with beef, snails, steamed pancakes, Vietnamese sandwiches and various kinds of donuts. You’ll also enjoy lunch or dinner at a restaurant, depending on the departure time you choose.
We are AZ Local Trip NPO Team, a non-profit organisation by local university students, who have been living in our beloved-city, Hanoi for years. We would love to show you the best of Hanoi, including the hidden places, best foods and interesting life stories.
Remember, we are just local guides. We know Hanoi, and would love to show you with the best as we can.
Dont expect a lot, but for sure, it will be one of the most memorable you would do in Hanoi.
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1. (RECOMMEND) Include the Puppet Show Ticket
- After the tour, you will enjoy Water Puppet Show (Must see to Hanoi)
2. Street Food Tour
With this option, you have 2 tour: Old Quarter Tour (Private Tour) and Street Food Tour (Small Group)
3. Old Quarter Walking Tour
During this 3-hour walking tour, travelers will be able to explore the spectacular cultural and historical beauty of celebrated landscapes such as St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Hanoi Opera House, Hoa Lo Prison, Hoan Kiem Lake, so on. This tour will definitely bring you an amazing experience through the intriguing stories told by our guide, who are super enthusiastic, informative and good at English as well.
If you are really into French architecture, or just merely want to see a different vision of this bustling capital, a tour around Hanoi French Quarter is a perfect pick. Let’s take a tour and enjoy the wonderful adventure!
Hike, kayak, sail, and sunbathe your way around Halong Bay on a 2-day overnight cruise. The tour is perfect for travelers who want to combine adventure with relaxation. All transportation, meals, and an air-conditioned private cabin ensure that this portion of your Vietnamese vacation is stress-free. Visit points of interest including Cua Van Floating Village, Sung Sot Cave, and Ti Top Island.
Shop at local markets and food shops to sample Vietnamese cuisine on this 3-hour walking tour of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, aka 36 Old Streets, known for its craft guilds. Set out on foot with an informative guide who provides insightful commentary on Hanoi’s culinary culture. Enjoy an authentic Vietnamese meal including dessert plus drinks at abundant cafes and bars.
Discover the best of Halong Bay without leaving your comfort zone on a 3-day sightseeing cruise. The 4-star ship boasts private luxurious cabins, each with a private balcony and jacuzzi. Tour highlights include kayaking along Ba Trai Dao Beach, biking on Cat Ba Island, and a bamboo boat tour through local caves. On board the boat, you can try Tai Chi, squid fishing, and a Vietnamese cooking class.
Follow in the footsteps of one of Vietnam’s most famous men as you explore the streets of Hanoi on this small-group adventure tour. Pay a visit to the Temple of Literature and the notorious Hanoi Hilton prison. Follow your expert guide on a walking tour of the Old-Quarter and enjoy the expertise and knowledge that comes from being led by a local.
Hoa Lu and Tam Coc are among the most beautiful landscapes in Ninh Binh province, which is 100km away from Hanoi. Hoa Lu is renowned as once the ancient capital featuring the royal palace grounds of the Le and Dinh dynasties in the 10th century. Tam Coc which means three caves in Vietnamese is well-known for its spectacular canals, karstic rock formations, rice fields stretching along the Ngo Dong River and the limestone grottoes that would take your breath away. Visit these locations to learn more about the northern Vietnamese countryside, history, and culture.
• Visit the ancient King temples in the Hoa Lu ancient capital
• Enjoy Vietnamese buffet lunch in local restaurants
• Have a sampan boat trip on Ngo Dong river
• Bike around the rice fields and the village
Any visitor to Hanoi is faced with a multitude of choices when it comes to Vietnamese cuisine. This private walking tour with a foodie as your guide takes away the guesswork. Let an insider lead the way to some of the best food stands and eateries in Hanoi’s Old Quarter. You’ll observe local life while filling up on flavors that make Hanoi a culinary destination.
Explore Hanoi’s Old Quarter on foot with a foodie guide who introduces you to local cuisine. This street food tour takes you off the beaten path to food stalls and local eateries in the capital city. Sample authentic dishes and learn about Vietnamese cuisine as you discover the traditional guilds of ‘36 Old Streets.’ Handcrafted souvenir included.
It takes a local to navigate the Old Quarter’s warren of back streets and identify the best street food. On this walking tour, your foodie guide will introduce you to at least seven separate Vietnamese dishes and drinks—from egg coffee and “banh mi” sandwiches through to fresh beer and noodle soup—as they explain Hanoi’s food culture and ingredients. They’ll even collect you from your Old Quarter hotel.
- Small group with max 6 persons (like as a private tour)
- The menu not fixed. It will be change as your request
- Meeting point: Your hotel/stay
- Walking in old quarter street around 3 hours
- Customized tour with 02 options time : 11:00 to 14:00 for lunch and 18:00 to 21:00 for dinner (which option depend on your request)
- Booking in advance with flexible travel date and time. please contact us if you have any change ?
On a 3 hours walking tour you’ll explore the culture, history of Hanoi, step into a world full of street food vendors. A customize tour and the rotating menu from day-to-day to represent the variety of delicious options, but tastings might include – but are subject to change: rice noodle soup with beef, rice noodle with chicken, rice noodle with grilled pork, snail, or dry noodle, sticky rice, along with various kinds of donuts, steamed pancake or Vietnamese sandwiches.
Dig deeper into Hanoi’s everyday foods than you could by yourself with this food walking tour. Head into the old quarter with a food-blogger guide and discover local dishes and drinks you may well miss alone, all without getting lost. Find local eateries and food stands; try specialities such as ‘bun tho’ (beef rice vermicelli); and learn stories of local life and delicacies you might not hear otherwise.