Vietnam, after many years of conflict, is now a peaceful settled country which has become one of the fastest growing tourism destinations in the world. Vietnams coastline is 3,260 km long with many beautiful beaches such as Ha Tien and many tropical islands such as Phu Quoc. One of the most majestic places in the world must be Halong Bay - now a World Heritage Site. For the tourist, Vietnam offers a fine blend of scenic beauty, fauna and flora, culture, tropical islands & beaches, marine parks and a wide collection adventure activities and modern accommodation. The perfect venue for beach holidays and vacations.

A visit to Vietnam would not be complete without  experiencing the rich history and culture at Hue and the nearby beaches. The country has a good network of rail and air routes making it easy to get around. One can visit the South all year round with Nov - Jan being the best months. June to October are the rainy months.

Festivals include: TET New Year Festival -  in late January; National Day early in September. The Northern region is at its best during  the months between April and Sept.

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Ho Chi Min City - Saigon

Situated in the South of Vietnam in the core of the Mekong Delta, Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is second the most important in Vietnam after Hanoi. It is not only a commercial centre but also a scientific, technological, industrial and tourist centre. The city is bathed by many rivers and canals, the biggest river being the Saigon River. Ho Chi Minh City has various attractions such as Ho Chi Minh Museum, formerly known as Dragon House Wharf, Cu Chi Tunnels, museums and  theatres.

Ho Chi Minh City Museum  formerly known as Dragon House Wharf

The  climate is generally hot and humid. There are two distinctive seasons: the rainy season, from May to November, and the dry season, from December to April. The annual average temperature is 27 C. The hottest month is April and the lowest is December. It is warm all year.




Halong Bay & Hue

Situated in the North-East region of Vietnam, Halong Bay is made up of 1,969 islands. While exploring the bay, you feel lost in a mystic and legendary world of magnificent islands. At the core of the islands there are wonderful caves and grottos. There is no development on any of the islands so the only way to experience one of natures most beautiful jewels is to stay onboard a boat. The average size of the super luxury boats that operate in the regions is 20 cabins. They are all en suite and feature excellent cuisine and a host of activities such as snorkelling, fishing and water-sports.  A two night stay is recommended. Best months to visit are Feb to  Aug.

Halong Bay in Northern Vietnam is a world Heritage Site


Hue is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to Vietnam. Straddling the Perfume River, this mysterious, somber city is a historian's dream come true, with numerous 19th century ruins, royal tombs and an excellent museum. The Vietnamese regard Hue as the pinnacle of Vietnamese fashion, language and cuisine. Hue is a a short drive away from  some excellent unspoilt and uncrowned beaches. Best months to visit are May to August.


Imperial Royal Palace of Nguyen Dynasty in Hue





Phu Quoc Island

Phu Quoc Island is also known as the Emerald Isle. It is situated just off Cambodia on the west coast of Vietnam. Powdery white sand beaches, palm trees, crystal clear water and a laid back holiday vibe are attracting an ever increasing number of visitors. The main activity on the island is fishing so expect to dine out on the freshest of seafood. Accommodation ranges from the best in 5* resorts to simple beach bungalows. Besides catching some sun rays one can go diving, fishing, kayaking, snorkelling and shopping at the market.

Tourists entering Phu Quoc Island at the new international airport are exempt from requiring a visa  for a period not exceeding 15 days.

Phu Quoc is still a well kept secret and the crowds have not started arriving in huge numbers. Make sure you pay the island a visit but do not wait too long.  There are two seasons in the year.  The rainy season is from May - September and the rest of the year is dry and warm (27c) Best months to visit are October -  March.



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