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.
This boutique two-day cruise around Ha Long Bay is stacked with activities and visits to some of the Bay’s beautiful beaches and natural wonders. Spend a morning swimming and kayaking at Three Peach Beach; explore the remarkable karst rock formations inside Sung Sôt Cave, and visit fishing and pearl farming villages dotted around the Bay. Each cruise only has a handful of deluxe cabins, so make sure to book fast to avoid missing out.Relax each evening with karaoke, squid fishing and a range of games All meals are prepared fresh on board and cooking demonstrations are included Great for families: children under 9 years old can join at a reduced rate Transport from your hotel to Ha Long Bay and back is provided
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.
Discover the historical sights and delectable bites of Hanoi’s Old Quarter on a food walking tour of the city. Accompanied by a passionate gastronomic guide, feast your senses on the exotic flavors of Vietnam; sample fresh fruit, sumptuous street food, and local delicacies as you stroll amid the antique charm of the Old Quarter. Explore hidden alleyways and visit the city's local market, Hang Be. Enjoy an intimate experience on this small-group tour, which operates with a maximum of 12 food-lovers.
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.
Immerse yourself in Vietnamese culture during a cooking class that begins with shopping for fresh ingredients in an authentic market and ends with tasting your creations. Unlike classes that only include the step-by-step processes for making a certain dish, this class brings together all the colorful aspects of Vietnamese food, for a complete experience designed for everyone from culture enthusiasts to chefs.
Try a variety of street food dishes in Hanoi on a half-day food tour led by your food-loving local guide. Discover restaurants, hawkers, and street food vendors located in places that most visitors won’t find, and sample 10 dishes that feature the culinary traditions of northern Vietnam. You'll travel with a small group limited to 10 people, which ensures a more intimate experience.
Experience the best of the Sapa and Mount Fansipan area on this convenient three-night, two-day tour. Active travelers will love trekking in Sapa, which you can do safely with a guide. Learn about the remote ethnic minority people by visiting their villages. As a reward after the physical challenge, take an easy cable car ride to the summit of Mount Fansipan, the highest mountain in Vietnam.
This 9-day tours offers you the best of Hanoi. Joining this tour, you will have chance to learn about the lifestyle of Hanoian, the colorful market of Vietnamese ethnic market as well as enjoy a relaxing trip on Halong Bay. And trekking route to explore Sapa-Mountainous area in Northwest of VietnamHighlightsVisit the most famous beauty spots of HanoiAn amazing trip to the world heritage site of Halong Bay & Cat Ba IslandExciting trip to Sapa to explore coloful ethnic minorities in the Northwest of Vietnam
Eating Vietnamese dishes is temporary, but learning to cook local specialities lasts for a lifetime. Opt for an insider experience during a cooking class in a local home, a great choice for food lovers and families. As well as receiving personalized attention in a small group limited to 10, you’ll explore a local market and enjoy the convenient of hotel pickup and drop-off, an added benefit not usually included with cooking classes.
Taste your way through Vietnam’s capital city on this nighttime excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, hop on a motorbike and savor complimentary dishes like Banh Cuon (steamed roll cake), Bun Cha (grilled pork with vermicelli noodles), and Banh ran Ngot (salty and sweet donuts). Get an insider’s view of Hanoi’s food scene while exploring sites like the Old Quarter, Ngu Xa village, and the local hangout “Train Street.”
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.
In the northernmost region of Vietnam, Ha Giang is a remote destination that has been open to tourism for only a few years. With a population of just over 700,000 people, this is one of Vietnam’s poorest places, and it shows—not because it is decrepit or run-down, but just the opposite—not being reliant on a strong economy has kept the area pristine and preserved, virtually untouched by the harmful effects of mass tourism and big industries.The region boasts nature as you have probably never seen it. Massive limestone walls, granite outcrops everywhere, hanging valleys, rice terraces climbing to the clouds, and winding roads carved into the mountainsides.This alone sounds like a great adventure, but combined with the ubiquitous presence of the local hill tribes—mostly proud Black Hmong—this experience is a "must-do" on any Vietnam itinerary.Fun fact: Ha Giang is both a city and a province that shares a border with China’s Yunnan province.
Experience the best landscapes Northern Vietnam through our expertly crafted itinerary, while will take you trekking through Sapa’s ethnic villages, up to Fansipan (“the Roof of Indochina”), learning the history of Hanoi city, and cruising through world-famous Halong Bay, all while enjoying the included accommodation, transportation, meals and experienced, English-speaking tour guides to put you at ease.
Learn to cook like a local with this lesson in Hanoi. After meeting up with an informative instructor in the historic Old Quarter, head to the city’s largest market and learn about the basics of Vietnamese cooking. Pick the best produce and spices, then cook five authentic dishes. Afterwards, enjoy your creations while sipping complimentary rice wine.
This combination tour is a great way to see some of the city’s local highlights without having to worry about what you’re going to do for lunch or dinner afterwards. Instead of cramming into a crowded minivan, zip through the Hanoi streets on the back of a motorbike, seeing sights like the West Lake and the Dong Xuan Market. After that, follow your guide through the streets of the Old Quarter and sample a range of Vietnamese street food, more than enough for a meal.
Vietnam is renowned for its unique cuisine and this 4-hour cooking class at the Hanoi Cooking Centre will let you in on the secrets of Vietnamese cooking. Shop for ingredients at a traditional wet market with your guide, learn to make an array of Vietnamese dishes including street food favorites and seasonal specialties, then sit down to enjoy a delicious home-cooked lunch or dinner.
Enrich your cultural knowledge in Vietnam during a local market tour and cooking class in Hanoi, an ideal choice for first-time visitors. Your experience starts and ends with convenient hotel pickup and drop-off, and allows you to get an intimate glimpse into Hanoi’s culinary culture with a guide, Plus, instead of cooking at an inner-city kitchen, you’ll travel out to a remote villa with gardens.
Kick off your Hanoi stay with a half-day motorbike tour of the city. Sit bak and relax as local drivers transport you through the main streets and back alleys of this Vietnamese destination. Cruise past iconic landmarks, sample local cuisine and choose from one of three tour options to meet your interests and needs. This is the perfect way to get acclimated to the city and begin to explore with the wind in your hair!
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.
Benefit from a full-day tour to Tam Coc, Mua Cave, and Hoa Lu to see the picturesque Ninh Minh region during your visit to Hanoi. Take a short bike ride and walk up to Mua Cave, then continue through the spectacular landscape of Tam Coc on a small boat. Finish by visiting the Dinh and Le Temples in Hoa Lu, the ancient capital of Vietnam, before returning to Hanoi.
The narrow streets and alleyways of old Hanoi can be hard to navigate. Forget guidebooks and itinerary planning, and immerse in this ancient city’s rich culture with a dedicated private guide. Enjoy the sorts of insights only a local can provide as you explore markets, temples, alleyways, historic homes, the French Quarter, the Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem Lake, and even Hoa Lo Prison.
Hanoi is much bigger than just the Old Quarter. Even though it’s the center of the capital, rich in history and culture, the Old Quarter is still just a small part of the city. Get on a motorbike, we will take you outside and show you areas that most travelers don’t get to see. It’s a different feeling on our motorbikes, going through some lesser known spots, cultural sites while our local Hanoian tour guides explain all about the history of the thousand-year-old city. Besides, you’ll also have the chance to taste some exquisite street food too!