Holidays to Vietnam


Hidden hilltop villages, undulating paddy fields, and thriving cities; a holiday to Vietnam will not disappoint. The country’s troubled past has given way to chic resorts, vibrant nightlife and the warmest welcome you’ll encounter in all of Asia. Its diverse landscapes will draw you in, while the mouth-watering cuisine will leave you wanting more.


  • Be wowed by the jaw-dropping scenery, from rolling green hills to dramatic bays

  • Explore bustling cities with charming architecture, and friendly local towns

  • Tuck into delicious cuisine that's great value-for-money

Key info

  • Capital City: Hanoi

  • Language: Vietnamese

  • Currency: Vietnamese Dong

  • Time difference: GMT + 7 hours

  • Flight time: 12 hours to Saigon

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The sparkle of Southeast Asia really needs to be experienced first hand. My time living in Vietnam and exploring it’s neighbouring countries was incredibly special and I only wish that everyone could experience the incredible hospitality and sensory delights for themselves.

Vietnam trip ideas

Here are some trip ideas to Vietnam. All of our trip ideas shown below are examples, and we’ll amend, adapt or start from scratch, until we’ve created the perfect trip for you. See one you like, or have a trip in mind? Call us now to book: 020 3510 5777

Places to go in Vietnam

Vietnam’s diverse scenery is often the biggest appeal for foreign visitors. While the Mekong Delta conjures images of vivid green fields and orchards, Halong Bay, dubbed the eighth wonder of the world due to its rugged limestone peaks and turquoise, is in a league of its own. If you’re a landlubber, the inland version at Ninh Binh is just as gorgeous, while the rolling rice fields around Sapa are prime walking territory, and breath-taking to boot. If you’re more into relaxing than trekking through the hills, you’ve come to the right place. Boasting 2,000 miles of coastline, Vietnam is fast becoming one of the world’s top beach destinations with secluded coves, tropical islands ­and long stretches of sand. The standout highlights including the little-known resort of Mui Ne, home to one of Vietnam's most beautiful beaches (and one of our favourites), and the isolated islands of Con Dao, ringed by coral reefs.

Vietnam’s cities offer a captivating blend of old and new, with French colonial buildings set against animated markets and designer stores. Throw in flavourful street food and you have all the components you need for an unforgettable holiday. The energetic cities of Saigon and Hanoi draw you in with a whirlwind of sights and sounds, while the UNESCO World Heritage city of Hoi An has a more relaxed appeal.

Got a few ideas about where you’d like to go or need some help? Call our Travel Designers now: 01483 319 333

Things to do in Vietnam

It’s the unique experiences which make a VIVID trip special, and here are just some of the things you can do during your trip to Vietnam. Experience the real country beyond the obvious, whether it’s an overnight cruise onboard a traditional junkboat in Halong Bay, taking a cycling tour around Hoi An's countryside to visit local farms and learn traditional fishing techniques, or trekking through dense forests and wading through streams to camp overnight in the Hang En Cave, Vietnam's third largest cave.

To incorporate your favourite experiences into your dream trip, or learn more about the itineraries that we can create bespoke to you, just give our Travel Designers a call: 020 3510 5777

Map of Vietnam

When to go to Vietnam

Due to the shape of Vietnam, the weather can vary greatly depending on which area you're going to visit. If you're touring the whole country and want ideal temperatures everywhere, the best time to go to Vietnam is between January to April. If you don't mind a little rain, you can visit Vietnam in any month and still have a fantastic trip - there's always somewhere where the sun will be shining.