Honeymoon in Vietnam
Make your honeymoon truly memorable on a two week tour of Vietnam full of romance, culture and excitement, with plenty of luxury along the way.
Ho Chi Minh City Reunification Palace Ben Thanh Market Jade Emperor Temple Nha Trang Hanoi Old Quarter traditional water puppetry show Temple of Literature Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum Ho Tay (West) Lake Tran Quoc Pagoda Ha Long Bay cruise on traditional junk boat Optional activities include: water sports, boat trips and numerous cultural and romantic excursions
US $1980 excluding flights
Price based on twin share accommodation in mid-range hotels.
Description of Honeymoon in Vietnam
Honeymoons can be customized and adapted to meet your needs and preferences
Our top tip:
Although it maybe tempting to do as little as possible whilst on honeymoon in Vietnam, this is also a fabulous opportunity to discover a country which is blessed with some superb scenery and fascinating cultural encounters.
Depends on chosen itinerary.
Choice of hotels and resorts, from 3-star to luxury. 1 night on a traditional wooden junk.
Accomm., transfers, internal flights, boat cruises, English speaking guide and listed entrance fees.
All breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 dinners.
3 Reviews of Honeymoon in Vietnam
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 28 Apr 2015 by Jenny JonesOur tour around the palaces & tombs of Hue with our responsible travel guide Mr Dai & the trip over the mountains to Hoi An were the most memorable parts of the vacation. Read full review
Reviewed on 25 Mar 2014 by Rachel BaldryHighlights of the trip were 5 days at the fantastic Mango Bay resort on Phu Quoc Island and trekking / homestay in Pu Luong National Park. The tour operator, were excellent and extremely well organised. Read full review
Reviewed on 22 Jan 2013 by Stathis Nikolaou11/10 mark. Just perfect! All of it was amazing, wandering around all Vietnam was an unforgettable experience. Read full review
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
Planet and peopleWe are a wholly Vietnamese company totally committed to the betterment of tourism in Vietnam. To achieve our objective, we work closely with clients, service providers and other organisations to improve standards, protect our country’s environment and culture, and wherever possible, direct the benefits of the income from tourism to individuals and local communities without the use of intermediaries.
By booking this tour, you'll be helping the operator to support Vietnamese service providers, artists and performers, small businesses, boat owners and other poor people in communities throughout Vietnam. For example, by cruising on the Ha Long Bay, you’ll contribute to local welfare because the owner of the junk and all his staff are local people.
We use freelance local guides with wide experience and knowledge of cultural traditions and an ability to interpret the cultural heritage of the people in the places visited. For this tour, you'll have two different guides, one from the north and the other from the south of Vietnam.
We have built strong links with local communities, craftspeople and artisans. We offer visitors an opportunity to meet them, thereby valuing their activities and thus helping towards their survival. Wherever possible, we contract local indigenous suppliers and assist them to improve the quality of their services. We also involve ourselves with other organisations to contribute wider issue.
For example, we are working closely with a small project trying save a critically endangered species of large primate, now reduced to less than sixty individuals worldwide.We're seeking financial assistance to supplement the meagre resources currently available to the project director.
We also help her to develop her own web site. We are also collaborating with an international non-governmental organisation in setting up an ecology based village homestay network in the same area to widen awareness of the urgency of the situation amongst visitors. We believe that tourism in a developing country should be a means of alleviating poverty and protecting the indigenous culture and natural environment for the benefit of the rest of the world and its future inhabitants.