North Vietnam 7 Days
Most travelers to Vietnam are attracted by the country's wonderful natural beauty: From the green rice fields in the north to the fascinating bustle of the Mekong Delta in the south. Vietnam however is also a country with a long history and ancient traditions. It has many historic attractions and old temples.
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Hanoi - airport pick up – Water puppet show
Pick up the airport and then transfer you to the hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter – the most exciting place for tourist. After that you are free to visit Hanoi City by yourself.
- Enjoy water puppet show (show at 4pm, 6pm and 8pm.) on Fri – Sun.
- Electric car go around to explore Hanoi Old Quarter on Mon - Thu
- Overnight in Hanoi.
Hanoi- Halong Bay Cruise (Meal: B, L,D )
7:45 : Our Shuttle bus & tour guide will pick you up at your hotel in Ha Noi old quarter
8:45 : Departure to Halong Bay for 3.5 Hours
10:15: Arrive in Hai Duong province , and have 20 minute short break.
12:00: Arrive to Tuan Chau Harbour, . 12:15: Welcome to Cruise and Enjoy welcome to drink and get a brief introduction about cruise and safety guidelines. Check- in your cabin with Air-Conditioning.
12:30: Enjoy a special lunch with Vietnamese traditional dishes ,while cruising in the magnificent Halong Bay, admiring the fascinating rock formations in the bay.
15:00: Visiting Sung Sot Cave (Surprising cave)
16:00: Our cruise will take you to the Titop Island, It is noted for having a viewpoint at its peak which affords splendid views all around Halong Bay or you can enjoy your swimming on romance sandy beach.
17:15: Come back to Cruise then take a shower, Relax on sundeck, sunset watching in comfortable lounge chairs while drinking a cocktail or reading a book in the most magical moment.
18:00: Enjoy welcome sunset party and Cooking class . How to make fresh noodle roll, you can enjoy product which you make it.
19:00: Enjoy your dinner when sitting by overlooking sea view window in the night romantic Bay.
20:30: Playing some sports games like: Fishing, karaoke, dancing…
* Overnight on boat : Clean air- conditioning room.
Halong Bay – Hanoi (Meal: B, L)
6:00: Wake up in the early morning to see sunrise on sundeck .
7:15: Morning view of bay’s landscape with a cup of tea of coffee. Have breakfast
8:00: Do kayaking to explore Halong Bay
9:00: Visit Pearl farm. The pearls in Halong are the most renowned in Vietnam. The process of farming and retrieving pearls takes years.
10:00: Check-out and enjoy a fantastic cruise on the bay.
10:45: Enjoy the lunch while Cruising back to Tuan Chau Harbour.
12:00: Cruise is landing Halong Bay harbour, tourist say goodbye to sailors and finish the cruise.
12:30: Return to Hanoi by shuttle bus.
14:30: Stopover in Hai Duong province for short break.
16:30: Arrive in Hanoi end your trip.
Ninh Binh A Day Trip- Sapa (Meal : B- L)
7h30 - 8h00 am: Our van pick you up at your hotel for departure to Tam Coc.
9h30 - 10h00: Arriving Tam Coc. Take the sampan go along the Ngo Dong river to visit 3 caves.
11h15 - 11h30: Biking around Tam Coc.
12h00 - 12h15: Having a buffet lunch.
13h00 - 13h15: The van take you go to visit Hoa Lu ancient capital of Viet Nam. We will visit Dinh king temple and Le king temple in the 10th centery, finding out the heroic histories of this two king in Chinese Wars.
14h15 - 14h30: Keep going to visit Mua cave. The place attracts visitors with its many interesting stories. Climb 500 stone steps, here you can see all the way to Tam Coc, enjoy a stunning panoramic view of the countryside and Ngo Dong river.
16:30 - 17h00: Tour finish.
Arrive in Hanoi, drop off at hotel around 19:00
- In the evening time , take the night sleeping bus to Sapa.
Getting to Sapa early in the morning. Our guide will pick you up from bus station and have breakfast at local restaurant.
Sapa: Lao Chai- Ta Van Village (Meal: B, L, D )
Start your trekking tour to the best destination in Sapa, Muong Hoa Valley. There are a number of different routes depending on your fitness levels, so make sure to inform our tour guide what you would prefer: Hard trek: 10-12km/medium trek: 5-7km /easy trek: 3-5km
9:30 Walking through the old village offers you an overview of the traditional customs and practices of the ethnic Black H’mong people. Stop by a stunning waterfall and the vestige of a hydroelectric power station, constructed by the French during the colonial era in Viet Nam. Follow a dirt trail snaking through the mountain. Enjoy spectacular scenery while trekking along a narrow stream until you reach Y Linh Ho village also home of the Black H’mong minority. Head toward Muong Hoa valley. Descending into the valley, you will see the largest terraced rice fields in the Sa Pa area. (If you visit the valley between May and October, you have the chance to observe and experience how the local people plant and harvest rice). The walk takes you from Lao Chai village of the Black H’mong minority to Ta Van village of the Giay minority. You will take a break to enjoy a picnic lunch at a local house before transferring back to Sa Pa.
Check in at hotel and take the rest before having dinner at local restaurant.
Overnight at hotel
Sapa : Fansipan mountain by cable car- Hanoi (Meal: B-L)
- Have breakfast at hotel
- About 8h30 am to 9h00am: The local guide pick you up then transferred towards the cable car to visit the Fansipan mountain. As you know the cable car in Sapa is the world’s longest and highest cable car, running up from sleepy Sapa Town in Lao Cai Province to the peak of 3,143-meter Fansipan Mountain, known as Indochina’s rooftop. Enjoy the view from the highest point of this incredible mountain. The lush green and subtropical vegetation makes this mountain really very beautiful. Take some pictures for unforgettable experience from the top. After taking scenery then get cable car back to Sapa.
- Lunch at local restaurant in Sapa town15:30: Get on Bus to back to Hanoi.
Arrive in Hanoi at 09:30pm- 10:00pm
Hanoi haft day city tour - Departure ( Meals: B-)
Have breakfast at hotel.
AM: 7.45 – 8.15: Pick up at your hotel. Then visit the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum to explore the architectural and historical aspects of Uncle Ho’s final resting-place. Just next door is Ho Chi Minh’s house on stilts and lying to one side of the Mausoleum is the One Pillar Pagoda, which was founded by King Ly Thai To in 1049 – the structure has become an important symbol for the people of Hanoi. Then continue on to the Buddhist Tran Quoc Pagoda at West lake (One of the oldest pagodas in Vietnam).
Lunch at a local restaurant.
Back to hotel after lunch. Free time in the afternoon.
Transfer to Airport for your flight to the next destination