Vietnam tours from Australia have been deDesigned with the more inquisitive traveller in mind, all holidays and packages tours feature authentic cultural and active experiences that bring you closer to Southeast Asia’s extraordinary sights, its local people, and their way of life. Whether Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and or Myanmar. No matter what is your traveling style, we plan and design our trips for any traveler with any mood and traveling style, the itinerary collection’s unique tour packages that have been meticulously designed to include distinct, exclusive experiences which bring the region to life.
Our Vietnam and or Indochina Private Tours are ideal for those who enjoy a degree of independence and exibility. Many families or groups of friends prefer to travel this way. These Private Tours packages offer a personal touch with the assurance that all arrangements are taken care of. All of our Classic, Adventures, Cruises holidays, Luxury high-end tours and or multi-country packages can be organised on a private basis and all directly from Australia with THE BEST PRICE, WE DO GUARANTEE THAT. Passport must be valid for 6 months beyond the length of stay. Visas are required for Australians, the price of which is already included in the fully inclusive package of all our tours for Australian Passport holders. Learn more about Vietnam visa approval letter
Mekong Delta Overture 7 Days Package is a tailor-made Vietnam vacations include Ho Chi Minh City, boat cruises, bird watching, floating markets, the Mekong Delta ecosystems, Kh'mer architecture, and the ethnic minority Cham Muslim community.
Discover Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar with our BEST AND 100% GUARANTEED SATISFACTION TOURS from Australia. Indochina is a colossal peninsula of unparalleled history, incredible sights and fascinating culture. We at “Vietnamese Private Tours” have the expertise to cover every inch of this incomparable region in South-East of Asia. Our holiday packages are designed for those who wish to be further immersed in the authentic charm of Vietnam and Indochina differently by taking part in unique, cultural and active experiences. Don’t just see it – discover it!
Our unlimited Vietnam and Indochina package tours from Australia are designed around a selection of unique experiences that will give you a much greater insight into Vietnamese culture and history, charm and lifestyle. Vietnam’s culture is vast, fascinating and wholly unique and the experiences that we’ve selected to share with you will help you delve deeper into it. Immerse yourself in mesmerizing Halong Bay, trek the Sapa valley, enjoy the beach stay in one of the coastal town, get lost in the hustling bustling of greater Ho Chi Minh City, or go further and explore Vietnam plus Cambodia, Laos and myanmar.
The broad diversity of Vietnam; its geography, people and history, provide the visitor with a wide variety of opportunities. Whilst many people choose to see as much of the country as they can on one extended visit, there are many others – both first and second time visitors – who prefer to take more time to visit one specific part of the country. With so many beach resorts located all along the stunning coastline, historical cities and towns in the north and centre of the country and vibrant rural communities all around the Mekong Delta, Vietnam will surely hold something of interest for you. View Vietnam tourist attractions
HO CHI MINH CITY
The former capital of what was South Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City as it is officially known, is at the forefront of the modernisation and expansion that Vietnam is currently undergoing. By Vietnamese standards, Saigon is a modern city thriving on the fast paced lifestyle that comes with the commercial gains. Despite this, there are still many historical sites and locations to see and visit in and around Saigon including the Mekong Delta to the south and the famous Cu Chi Tunnels to the west.
Hanoi is the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and is often referred to as the ‘Paris of the Orient’. Filled with lakes, tree lined boulevards and French designed villas, this romantic city cuts a distinctly different style of life to that in Saigon. A visit to the old quarter in Hanoi is a must; comprised of trading streets where traditional and modern goods are traded from centuries old ‘tunnel houses’ and narrow streets are abuzz with colour and activity.
This ancient city is bisected by the Perfume River, given its name by the smell created from the fallen flowers which drift down the river each year. Hue became the capital and cultural centre of Vietnam last century and was home to Vietnam’s last emperor dynasty and as such contains the must see UNESCO World Heritage listed Imperial Citadel and Royal Tombs.
Known as the ‘Living Museum of Vietnam’, this UNESCO World Heritage listed town is a place lost in time. Once a major trading port of southeast Asia from the end of the 16th Century to the early 19th Century, Hoi An was populated and influenced architecturally by Japanese, French, Chinese and Vietnamese designs. Becoming forgotten to the outside world once its river silted up, this charming town still retains its well kept original historic buildings and ancient backstreets and has become a favourite destination for today’s visitors. It is also the best place for bargain priced, tailor-made clothes.
Built by the French as a hill station retreat from the Saigon heat, this small town nestled in the Central Highlands is a favourite destination for romantics and is also known as the favourite honeymoon destination amongst the local Vietnamese. Being surrounded by lakes, valleys and waterfalls, this small colonial designed town has a real alpine feel.
Nha Trang has traditionally relied on its vast fishing industry which is evident in the lifestyle of the local people. Taking advantage of some of the best coastline and weather in Vietnam, Nha Trang has developed into one of its main resort towns. Boasting perfect weather for fishing and some of the clearest water in Vietnam, a cruise, snorkel and seafood lunch out on the bay amongst the islands off Nha Trang is a must.
A favourite destination for those who have ventured there, the old French hill station of Sapa is set amongst the picturesque Hoang Lien Son Mountain range, which is the highest in Vietnam. Inhabited by the Black Hmong ethnic minority and surrounded by many other colourful hill-tribe minorities. Sapa is a perfect location to appreciate the lifestyle of these friendly people, especially at one of the local markets.
The UNESCO World Heritage listed Halong Bay is often referred to as the ‘Jewel in the Crown’ of Vietnam. According to legend, the 1000 islands were formed by a dragon and its efforts to form some of the most stunning scenery in Vietnam. No itinerary would be complete without at least spending a 4hr cruise on the Bay of Tonkin and, if time permits, staying overnight onboard a traditional junk boat anchored amongst the bizarre rock sculptures watching the sunset and sunrise.
Known as the ‘Rice Basket’ of Vietnam, the Mekong Delta is an important region both economically and culturally for the country as it is the world’s largest exporting region of rice. Home to 15 million Vietnamese, this is a world of waterways, backwaters and canals, always influenced by the whims of the river system. The delta is an ideal place to experience the life of a local Vietnamese farmer in one of our home stays, located amongst the small islands and canals of the Mekong River.