Destination:Hanoi – Hue – Quang Tri (Khe Sanh – Vinh Moc) – Da nang – Quang Nam – Qui Nhon – Nha Trang – Dalat – Ho Chi Minh city – Cu Chi
Tour Duration: 12 days 11 nights
Depart from: Hanoi
Price from: 13,230,000 VND (~ 630 $)
Group Size: Minimum 2 pax
Vietnam has a long history of fighting for independence. This tour will take you to the destinations, which pertain to the history of Vietnam. With this tour you can not only learn about the histoty of Vietnam but also understand Vietnamese people.
1Hanoi arrival (L;D)
2Hanoi city tour (B;L;D)
3Hanoi – Hue (B;L;D)
4Huế - Khe Sanh – Vinh Moc- Hue (B;L;D)
5Hue – Danang (B;L;D)
6Danang – Chu Lai – Qui Nhon (B;L;D)
7Qui Nhon – Nha Trang (B;L;D)
8Nha Trang – Da Lat (B;L;D)
9Da Lat – Ho Chi Minh city (B;L;D)
10Ho Chi Minh city tour (B;L;D)
11Ho Chi Minh city – Cu Chi (B;L;D)
12Ho Chi Minh departure (B;L;D)
(B-breakfast; L-lunch; D-dinner)
Day 1Hanoi arrival (L;D)
Arrival at Noi Bai Airport. You will meet AnBinh Travel’s guide and transfer to hotel in Hanoi. Free time for you to relax and explore Hanoi.Overnight in Hanoi.
Day 3Hanoi – Hue (B;L;D)
Today we will take the flight to Hue. On arrival in Hue, you will visit the former Royal City of the 13 ruling Nguyen dynasties; the Imperial Citadel and recall the battle of Hue during the Tet Offensive. Overnight in Hue.
Day 4Huế - Khe Sanh – Vinh Moc- Hue (B;L;D)
Drive to visit the other sites of the former firece battle fields including the former American bases of Rock Piles, Camp Carol and Khe Sanh. Take a short walk on the Ho Chi Minh trail (now under process to be the second trans-Vietnam traffic line). Continue to view the war-torn ruins of the Quang Tri church and the wreckage of an American tank. Then visit the Vinh Moc tunnels, dug to accommodate an underground village safe from American air raids in the north of the DMZ. Take a short photo stop atthe Hien Luong Bridge crossing Ben Hai River, the former borderline between the north and south Vietnam,and the site of the former Doc Mieu artillery base on the way to Dong Ha.Return to Hue for overnight.
Day 5Hue – Danang (B;L;D)
Leave Hue for Danang, the fourth largest city of Vietnam. City tour, recalling the chaos of march 1975, when the Saigon government abandoned Danang and countless refugees fled the city. Also visit the beach where the US marines first came ashore, beginning major American involvement in Indochina. Arrival & check-in at hotel. Overnight in Danang.
Day 6Danang – Chu Lai – Qui Nhon (B;L;D)
Morning visit to Hoi An. During the 16th century traders stopped at this port when traveling en route to Malacca in Malaysia. Continue on the coastal plain to Chu Lai Air Base and see the work of the Skyhawks. Stop at the Son My district, scene of My Lai Incident. Travel along the rugged Animate mountains down to Route 1, sarcastically referred to as “the street with joy” by French soldiers. Evening arrive in Quy Nhon, a major port and supply depot that kept Route 1 open during the war.Overnight in Quy Nhon.
Day 7Qui Nhon – Nha Trang (B;L;D)
Leave Quy Nhon for Nha Trang, once the headquarters of the US Fifth Special Forces group in the second Corps. Arrival Nha Trang, rest of the day at leisure. Overnight in Nha Trang.
Day 8Nha Trang – Da Lat (B;L;D)
Enjoy the turquoise water and fine sand beach. Take a boat to nearby Bamboo island for snorkeling, to the Mieu island for a visit to a fish breeding farm and to the Cham tower of Ponagar, a fine example of 2nd century Cham architecture. Depart Nha Trang for Dalat, a cool mountain resort. Its lakes, waterfalls, evergreen forest and gardens make Dalat one of the most enjoyable places in Vietnam. Visit the Central market and the Lake of Sights. Overnight in Da Lat.
Day 9Da Lat – Ho Chi Minh city (B;L;D)
Depart Dalat to Ho Chi Minh city, stop over to visit a silk farm and mulberry plantations. Evening arrive in Saigon, the former capital of South Vietnam, which retains much flavor from the war era. Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City
Day 11Ho Chi Minh city – Cu Chi (B;L;D)
This morning you will drive on National Route 13 past the town of Phu Cuong. Visit Phu Loi base, used to relocate villagers. Trough the Cau Dinh jungle, pass a staging area of the 503rd Airbone Brigade. At Ben Cat, see the site of the bases of the 173rd Airborne and the 11th Armored Cavalry. Arrive in Ben Suc, the Northern tip of the iron Triangle, and continue to Dau Tieng Reservoir and the esoteric Cao Dai temple at Tay Ninh. Visit the restored tunnels at Cu Chi before returning to Ho Chi Minh City. Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Day 12Ho Chi Minh departure (B;L;D)
Breakfast at hotel, free time until transfer to the airport for your departure flight.
Kind of hotel
Price per person (USD)
20,517,000 VND(~977 $)
17,220,000 VND(~820 $)
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13,230,000 VND(~630 $)
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16,569,000 VND(~789 $)
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5,292,000 VND(~252 $)
27,174,000 VND(~1294 $)
23,877,000 VND(~1137 $)
20,853,000 VND(~993 $)
19,887,000 VND(~947 $)
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30,807,000 VND(~1467 $)
27,510,000 VND(~1310 $)
24,486,000 VND(~1166 $)
23,520,000 VND(~1120 $)
10,794,000 VND(~514 $)
Airline ticket Hanoi - Hue
Meals as mention in the itinerary ( B = Breakfast; L = Lunch; D = Dinner)
Other meals & drinks
Single room supplement
Any optional additional tours or activities during free time
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