$5,600 per person (inc. internal flights)
Experience the very best that Vietnam has to offer, including Hanoi, Hue, Hoi An, Nha Trang, Saigon and a junk trip in Halong Bay.
DAY 1 - 3
Close to the Old Quarter and next to the Opera House the Hilton Hanoi Opera has everything you would expect from a 5 Star Hotel of this quality. The hotel has been designed with a blend of old and new and is quite refreshing inside. The Hilton Hanoi Opera is a good choice if you want a good central location with excellent facilities.
DAY 3 - 4
Our most popular Junk on Halong Bay, the Ginger Junk has only 10 cabins all with panoramic windows for you to enjoy the incredible views as you cruise around Halong Bay. The Junk has two bars, a great restaurant and all the activities are included for you to enjoy your time on the bay, with so few cabins, the service is excellent, very attentive and discreet. This is a great choice for your Halong Bay cruise.
DAY 4 - 6
The timeless Saigon Morin was always at the heart of French society in the city during the colonial days, recently it has been restored to its former glory and takes its pride of place again with a blend of French and Asian décor, this chic hotel is the place to stay in Hue. An excellent choice to get a feel of French colonial grandeur
DAY 6 - 9
The colonial style Anantara Hoi An Resort is the best property for you to experience the cultural side of Hoi An, located on the edge of the historical old town right on the river’s edge with amazing peaceful views. The stylish rooms are all simply decorated, some with private porches whilst others have river views.
DAY 9 - 12
Hidden round at Ninh Van Bay, the Six Senses is the ultimate in barefoot luxury, this rustic style resort blends perfectly with its surroundings and has all great Six Senses service, food and facilities that you would expect. All of the villas ranging from the Hill Top down to the Beach front all have their own private plunge pool and make the most of the incredible views.
DAY 12 - 15
Across form the Opera House, the Caravelle Hotel built back in the 1950’s and quickly became very popular along with the Rex as the place for reporters to stay especially for the rooftop bar that is still very popular today. After major renovations and a large new wing was added, the Caravelle has bounced back to its former glories as the centre of Saigon’s life.