For detailed departures, itineraries and prices please visit our website110vietnamItineraryDiscover Vietnam 16 days Uncover the secluded treasures and well-known highlights.A comprehensive cultural journey and exciting mix of experiences travelling from north to south. All the highlights are included, plus venturing off the beaten track to discover hilltribes of beautiful rural Vietnam. You'll explore from Hanoi to Saigon, embark on a famous rail journey, enjoy a memorable cruise on a traditional junk in Halong Bay and have the opportunity to extend your trip to visit Cambodia's awesome Angkor Wat.Trip InfoDeparture DatesDay 1-2 / Hanoi Arrival. Day 3 / Hanoi A cyclo tour is the best way to explore the Old Quarter in this charming city.Day 4 / Mai Chau Discover rural hilltribe villages on foot before spending a pleasant evening watching traditional dancing and musical performances.Day 5 / Hanoi Morning cycling and visits to local markets (both optional); afternoon return to Hanoi.Day 6 / Halong Bay You travel east for an overnight cruise on a traditional junk amongst towering limestone cliffs and spectacular islands.Day 7-8 / Hue Arriving in Hue on the Reunification Express, you'll be free to relax or explore, perhaps sailing on the Perfume River to the elaborate Nguyen tombs (additional charge).Day 9 -11 / Hoi An This old port has a great atmosphere and provides a mix of interesting architecture, busy markets and tasty food. There's also ample opportunity to relax on the beach.Day 12 / Saigon Fly south to Saigon to discover the nearby Cu Chi tunnels - the Viet Cong's infamous hideout.Day 13 / Mekong Delta Spend a night with a local family and travel by boat among the canals, islands and floating markets.Day 14 / Saigon Return to Saigon; explore the city's museums, markets and bustling streets.Day 15-16 / Saigon Tour ends.Essentials: A gentle and physically undemanding itinerary with plenty of free time and opportunities for cycling and walking. Humidity can be high. Be prepared for some long journeys.Transport: Boats, minibus, train, taxi, domestic flight, cyclo (cycle rickshaw).Accommodation: Hotels (9nts), homestay (2nts), overnight train (1nt), boat (1nt).Meals: 12 breakfasts, 2 lunches & 3 dinners.Tour code: TCVWTOP SELLERStart FinishStart Finish201108-Jan 21-Jan 12-Feb 25-Feb 26-Feb 11-Mar 05-Mar 18-Mar 26-Mar 08-Apr 09-Apr 22-Apr 16-Apr 29-Apr 30-Jun 13-Jul 30-Jul 12-Aug 27-Aug 09-Sep 17-Sep 30-Sep 15-Oct 28-Oct 12-Nov 25-Nov 26-Nov 09-Dec 15-Dec 28-Dec 201207-Jan 20-Jan 11-Feb 24-Feb 25-Feb 09-Mar 24-Mar 06-Apr 31-Mar 13-Apr 28-Jun 11-Jul 21-Jul 03-Aug 05-Aug 18-Aug 18-Aug 31-Aug 15-Sep 28-Sep 13-Oct 26-Oct 10-Nov 23-Nov 24-Nov 07-Dec 13-Dec 26-Dec 22-Dec 04-JanDo something Special! Why not extend your trip with an extension to Angkor Wat? Simply ask your travel consultant
BOOK NOW at www.imaginative-traveller.com or CALL 0845 287 0769VIETNAM111Reunification Express (Hanoi to Saigon) 11 daysThe best of Vietnam on a fascinating and unforgettable train journey.Visit the best of Vietnam in just eleven days. Travelling aboard the famous Reunification Express train almost the whole way - a fascinating and unforgettable vantage to watch the landscape unfold in this beautiful country. Enjoy a cruise on the Perfume River and relax on the beaches of Nha Trang.Trip InfoDeparture DatesGroup size: Maximum 16.Grade: Culture Easy.Transport: Bicycle, Boat, Bus.Accommodation: 3 nights sleeper train, 7 nights hotel.Meals: 6 breakfasts, 1 lunch.Start Day: Sunday End Day: WednesdayTour code: GTREStart FinishTrip departs every Monday.See our website for detailsItineraryDay 1-2 / Hanoi You can arrive in Hanoi at any time on Day 1, as no activities are planned. The next morning we enjoy a half-day tour of the city's major attractions. The remainder of the day is free for further exploration, before we board the overnight train for Hue.Day 3 / Hue In our own time, we can wander through the city's massive citadel and the ruins of the Purple Forbidden City, before heading into the surrounding countryside on bikes and exploring the tombs of Vietnam's last emperors.Day 4-5 / Hoi An We discover the charms of Hoi An - the old town's narrow streets still retain remnants of Japanese, Portuguese, Dutch and Chinese influence. There is a great beach not far from town and, a bit further on, the world-famous China Beach and Marble Mountain.Day 6-8 / Nha Trang We take a day cruise on the crystal clear waters that surround Nha Trang's offshore islands before tucking into a delicious seafood lunch. There's plenty of time to enjoy some swimming, snorkelling and basking on the beach.Day 9-11 / Saigon - Cu Chi Tunnels Our hotel is in the heart of town, convenient for sightseeing, shopping and dining. A visit to the Cu Chi Tunnels offers us a fascinating insight into the war history of Vietnam, before we return to Saigon. Our tour ends on Day 11 after breakfast.