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Enjoy your holidays with tailor-made private Vietnam Tours

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With jaw-dropping landscapes, high-valued culture, and superb cuisine, Vietnam, indubitably, will amaze you. These years, tailor-made private Vietnam tours have become popular with foreign travelers. To enjoy the best Vietnam tours, check out the following travel guides from vietnaminmymind.

Tourist attractions in Vietnam

Vietnam possesses several alluring places that would make you overwhelmed. Wondering where to go in your tailor-made private Vietnam tour? See the following destinations:

Halong Bay

Halong Bay

Halong Bay – new Wonder of the World (Source: Internet)

Halong Bay is perhaps the most iconic destination in Vietnam. With more than 1,600 limestone islands surrounded by aqua-green sea water, Ha Long Bay has majestic scenery with the perfect model of a karst cave landscape. Most of the islands and islets remain unaffected by human activities and mass tourism.

With its biological values and beauty, Ha Long Bay has been designated as UNESCO World Heritage and voted one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. Travelers can have opportunities to go aboard to see the sheer beauty of the whole seascapes and explore the mysterious caves. You can also go on a cruise to catch the glorious sunset, or watch the sparkling night sky on the ocean. Kayaking is also available for those wanting to paddle around the islands.

Sapa

terraced fields in Sapa

Terraced fields in Sapa (Source: Internet)

Sapa is always among the must-see destinations in Vietnam with is pristine, wild nature and high-valued culture. Located in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range, Sapa is truly a natural wonder. The steep hills, dense forests, terraced rice fields, and even snow in the winter comprise a breath-taking scenery. Fansipan Peak – the Summit of Indochina is located there, too.

Sapa is also home to many ethnic minority groups such as H’Mong, Tay, Dao, and Thai. Most of them do farming to earn a living. Visiting Sapa, not only do travelers discover the spectacular scenery of the mountainous northwest, they also have a chance to experience the daily life of tribal people. They might try on the colorful costumes, stay in local houses, and go to the traditional market.

Additionally, Sapa displays the cluster of Eastern and Western cultures, where traditional houses and French villas gather in the same place.  

Hue

Hue is a must-stop for any tailor-made private Vietnam tours. Once the capital of Vietnam, Hue well preserves its ancient looks and loyal customs. The complex of Imperial Citadel of Hue and Hue Imperial Court Music have been designated as UNESCO World Tangible and Intangible Heritage respectively. Hue, with the Citadel, royal tombs, and pagodas, is an irresistible allure to history lovers. Also, the Perfume River (Huong River) flowing alongside the city is so romantic that it appears in plenty of poems and songs.

Citadel of Hue

Citadel of Hue (Source: Internet)

Hue Cuisine and Costumes are also culturally distinctive. Me Xung – a Hue Specialty is renowned as one of the best candies in Vietnam. Tom Chua, Banh Bot Loc, and Che are also amazing. What’s more, the image of Hue girls in their purple “Ao Dai” and “Non Bai Tho” has stolen the heart of many tourists.

Da Nang – Hoi An

Ba Na Hills

Ba Na Hills in Da Nang (Source: Internet)

Da Nang – the most dynamic city in Central Vietnam is a worth-visiting place for Vietnam Tours.  Just about 1 hour driving from Hue, visitors will reach Da Nang.  Here exists Ba Na Hill – an amusement center and resort with French architecture, Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) – 5 mountains standing for 5 elements in nature, and Non Nuoc Beach – one of the most beautiful seashores in the world.

Japanese Bridge Hoi An

Japanese Bridge, Hoi An (Source: Internet)

Next to Da Nang is Hoi An ancient town, which used to be a major trading port of Asia. Travelers can see the influences of Chinese, Japanese and French culture via the architecture, cuisines, and customs. Also, the town is exceptionally beautiful at night, when the streets are full of colorful lanterns.

Mui Ne

Golden sand dunes Mui Ne

Golden sand dunes, Mui Ne (Source: Internet)

This destination receives high attention recently. With long-stretching white sand beach and miles of enormous golden sand dunes, Mui Ne is the heaven for holidays. Visitors can dive into the cool sea water, sunbathe on the sandbank, watch the sunset, or even go kite-flying. There are also many other fascinating sports on the dunes. With huge white and golden sand dunes, Mui Ne is regarded as the little Sahara desert of Vietnam. This place is recommended for many tailor-made private Vietnam tours.

Mekong Delta

Nestled in the southernmost of the country, Mekong Delta is the breadbasket of Vietnam, which provides more than half of Vietnam’s rice. It is also the land of tropical fruits.

Flower garden in Mekong Delta

Flower garden in Mekong Delta (Source: Internet)

Travelers might take a boat to go along the Mekong River, come across lush rice paddies, and to see the life of locals there. Also, you can pay a visit to Cai Rang Float Markets to buy some fresh fruits or enjoy the “Don Ca Tai Tu” – the traditional music of Southwest people.

When to travel?

Vietnam has the tropical monsoon climate, thus the country is warm all year round. Though there are still slight variations in weather in different regions, this S-shaped nation’s weather is generally pleasant with lots of sunshine. Therefore, depending on where you are heading to, anytime in a year would be the best time to travel Vietnam. Just remember to check the weather carefully before going.

How to travel?

To have a wonderful trip without worrying much about the location, accommodation, and other stuff, it is recommended that you should book tours with reputable Vietnamese travel agencies rather than going on your own.

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