LUXURY VIETNAM TOURS
INSPIRED LUXURY HOLIDAY TO VIETNAM, DESIGNED FOR YOU
LUXURY VIETNAM TOURS: EXPLORE FOOD, LIFESTYLE, HISTORY & SURPRISING SCENERY
Luxury travel to Vietnam in style with expert intrepid tour advisors: we’ll create a completely bespoke and worry-free Vietnam luxury tour package including the places you like to visit with our suggestion on where to go and where to stay, with private luxury tours led by expert professional tour guides, and a choice of luxury and boutique hotels anywhere in the country.
Above all, your expert travel designer will help you build the perfect itinerary before or while traveling to amazing Vietnam. Furthermore, we design unique itineraries to explore the historic old quarters of Hanoi and Saigon; visit ancient temples, scented by rich incense; and discover the fragrant delicacies that have made Vietnam’s cuisine an international favourite. Take in the huge limestone karsts of tranquil Halong Bay from the deck of your luxury junk boat, and stroll through the historic streets of Hoi An, with its French colonial influences. If it’s beaches and family holiday with relaxing times, we can provide with a cozy luxury resort on an amazing island, what else you expect?
Therefore, get inspired by browsing through some of our most popular example trips below. Then call one of our expert Vietnam Travel Designers to start planning the journey of a lifetime.
Best Luxury Trips to Vietnam
Vietnam Luxury Tours: Royal Dynasties, Mighty Cruises & Floating Markets
Our Luxury private Vietnam tours will introduce you to a landscape that echoes with ancient wonders and French colonial influence. The joy of witnessing pastoral life, simple fishing villages, breathtaking scenery, and the world famous Mekong River with its floating markets remain unparalleled for a traveler with an explorer soul. Therefore, discover an incredible nation on our private Vietnam holidays today!
When to travel: Vietnam’s climate is dictated by two monsoons. With big variations between the north and south of the country December to March sees plenty of sunshine in the south and low temperatures in the far north, July and August are hot and humid with downpours courtesy of the summer monsoon. To simplify this complex picture, you can visit in any season just prepare for anything!
Accomodation:Hotels in Vietnam tend to be of a very high standard with a range of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. Particularly in Hanoi and Saigon you’ll find converted colonial buildings that offer excellent character hotels, whilst the number of luxury resorts along the coast grows all the time. Basic homestays with Vietnam’s hilltribes, most common around Sapa, are also available.
Places to visit in Vietnam
As the capital of French Indochina, Hanoi was the pinnacle of European glamour in Asia. Today whilst the city modernises and the colonial facades crumble, Hanoi’s atmosphere of the exotic is stronger than ever. Strolling Hanoi’s buzzing streets is the best way to really get under the city’s skin.
On Halong Bay nearly 2,000 limestone islands and peaks jut from emerald waters to create one of Vietnam’s most picturesque panoramas. This UNESCO World Heritage Site, said to have been created by great dragons, is best explored by taking to the waters on a traditional junk boat.
Boasting an Alpine-esque climate and spectacular vistas over rice terraces and high, hazy peaks, Sapa perches on the edge of a high plateau in Vietnam’s northern reaches. Founded as a hill station for the French in 1922 there are a few colonial buildings left, but the main reason to visit Sapa is for the colourful hill tribes that live in the area.
Although many of its imperial treasures were damaged during the war, Hue has managed to retain the regal air that came with being capital between 1802 and 1945. The home of many painters, poets, artists and writers, the city is considered Vietnam’s cultural hub, and can also boast a particularly famous and delicious cuisine.
A delightful town full of character, enjoy old-world charm and a scenic, riverside setting, whilst exploring Hoi An’s narrow streets. Lined with wooden shop houses festooned with colourful lanterns, look out for the influence of Chinese, Japanese and European styles alongside the traditional Vietnamese architecture as you wander.
Just a few kilometres from the town you will find the lovely Cua Dai and An Bang beaches, where you can spend the day basking on the sands or paddling in the cooling waters of the East Vietnam Sea. There is also a good choice of resorts if you feel like a few days relaxing closer to these sandy shores.
Hoi Chi Minh City, is an edgy, evocative and fast-paced metropolis. For the reason that Vietnam’s largest city and economic powerhouse, and probably everywhere you’ll see the trappings of this new found wealth. as a result, whilst there is still stately colonial architecture to admire Saigon is the best place to learn more about the Vietnam War.
The Mekong Delta
Delta of Mekong is known as the Vietnam’s ‘rice bowl’ and so is both incredibly green and intensively farmed, with paddy fields and sugar-cane groves interspersed with numerous shady waterways.
Mekong introduce you to a whole floating world, with houses, restaurants and markets all on water – taking a boat is the best way to explore, waving at farmers and water buffalos as you go. Because of this, we include great sightseeing and day trips from Saigon to make it easily be explored, also, taking a cruise from Ben Tre or My Tho is another possibility. For a more immersive experience spend a night or two in the vibrant Can Tho, the delta’s biggest city, or even a night in a local farmer’s house. A taste of some of the abundance of fresh fruit at one of the many chaotic floating markets is a must.
First of all, with 3,260 kilometres of coastline it’s not a surprise that Vietnam has some gorgeous beaches and world class resorts and even more to enjoy a luxury holiday. There is no better way to unwind after your travels in Vietnam or Southeast Asia.
Nha Trang: The beach town towers over its crescent shaped sweep of yellow sand, as a result, looking out over a bay dotted with tropical islands. A lively yet relaxed city, Nha Trang is the resort for those who are looking to eat well and enjoy the buzzing nightlife, even more things to do after a day relaxing on the beach. So, having said that there are plenty of watersports options, including diving, hot springs with mud baths for extra relaxation and options to take a day trip around the offshore islands.
Mui Ne/ Phan Thiet: Located around four hours by road from Ho Chi Minh City, Mui Ne is an easy-going place to spend some beach time. Backed by yellow and red sand dunes, there are plenty of resorts lining the sea front, each with beach access and pretty gardens in which to laze. The area has long been popular with Saigon expats as a weekend escape. There are plenty of lovely beaches along this stretch of coast to explore whilst the small fishing village of Mui Ne itself sits on a sheltered bay full of bobbing fishing boats.
Phu Quoc island: Set in the Gulf of Thailand, welcome to the paradise island of soft sandy beaches, similarly calm waters and swishing palms. With vast swathes still covered in tropical jungle, it is easy to escape the more developed resort areas to explore. There are also plenty of options for those looking for more than relaxed lounging on the beach, diving and kayaking to name a few. Try the seafood – it’s said to be the best in Vietnam.