19 Days Vietnam Honeymoon

Vietnam Tour

Vietnam's mixture of breathtaking scenery and fascinating history makes the nation a perfect honeymoon destination for your and your loved one.

Starting in historic Hanoi, your Vietnamese adventure will transport you to gorgeous colonial cities, impossibly white sand beaches and mystical landscapes that are simply out of this world. You'll travel through sparkling green paddy fields and quaint old villages, enjoying treks and bike rides that unveil some remarkable scenery. A highlight is definitely a stay on a luxury boat in Halong Bay, where emerald waters offer an aquatic playground in which to cool off.

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  • Day 1 Hanoi

    Upon arrival, transfer to your desired hotel and remainder of the day is free. Tonight, enjoy a welcome dinner at the private home of a musician couple. After the meal, enjoy a performance of flute...

  • Day 2 Hanoi - Lao Cai

    Hanoi’s surrounding countryside is filled with captivating natural beauty and images of tranquil village life. Take this chance to explore the forgotten village of Cuu, once the North’s premier...

  • Day 3 Lao Cai - Sapa

    Winding through hilly terrain and past terraced paddy fields, the road from Sapa takes you to Cat Cat village, just 2km from the town. Walk through the old village and get an overview of the...

  • Day 4 Trekking Suoi Ho - Ma Tra - Ta Phin - Lao Cai

    Today enjoy a light trek to discover Sapa's quaint hill tribe villages, taking in the different traditions, cultures and costumes of the minority groups. Trek downhill through beautiful orchid’s...

  • Day 5 Lao Cai - Hanoi - Halong Bay

    Arrive in Hanoi early in the morning, after breakfast drive to Halong Bay to board your ship. Cruise through Halong Bay and pass famous spots like Thien Cung and Me Cung caves, plus Soi Sim and...

  • Day 6 Cat Ba Island - Bai Tu Long Bay

    Wake up early for a Tai Chi class held on the upper deck or just enjoy the breathtaking views of the bay as the boat starts cruising quietly in Lan Ha bay. Enjoy breakfast on board and cruise...

  • Day 7 Halong Bay - Hanoi - Danang - Hoi An

    In the morning, climb up to visit Sung Sot Cave where stalactites hanging from the high ceiling take on numerous shapes and forms. Arrive at Tuan Chau pier late morning and transfer back to Hanoi...

  • Day 8 Hoi An

    There is plenty to visit including the old merchant’s houses with influences from Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese architecture; the 400-year-old Japanese Covered Bridge; the Assembly Hall of the...

  • Day 9 Hoi An

    Vietnam is famous for its lively, fresh flavors and artfully composed meals and cuisine. Meet with your culinary expert, Neville Dean with a visit a local market in Hoi An to enjoy the tantalizing...

  • Day 10 Tra Nhieu

    Tra Nhieu village is a peaceful area where typical features of Vietnamese villages are now still maintained. From Hoi An, by boat along Thu Bon river, you will reach Cam Kim island. Cycle 10km...

  • Day 11 Hoi An - Nha Trang

    After breakfast, transfer to Danang airport for a flight to Nha Trang. Upon arrival in Cam Ranh airport, you will be picked up and transferred to your hotel in Nha Trang. This afternoon, spend time...

  • Day 12 Nha Trang

    Nha Trang boasts picturesque countryside in addition to its beautiful beaches. Transfer from your hotel to Po Nagar Cham Tower and enjoy a short walk through tiny alley to the boat docking station....

  • Day 13 Nha Trang

    Day 13 The entire day is free for relaxation by the beach or the comfort of your desired Nha Trang resort.

  • Day 14 Nha Trang - Saigon

    Transfer to the airport for an onward flight to Saigon. Saigon is the country’s commercial centre and, with over eight million inhabitants and four million motorbikes, a city that never sleeps....

  • Day 15 Mekong Delta

    Depart for a drive from Saigon to Ben Tre, situated in the Delta of the Mekong River. Upon arrival at Ham Luong River, get on board the private charming Mango Cruise. Your first stop will be the Mo...

  • Day 16 Mekong Delta - Saigon - Phu Quoc

    Visit Tra On floating market before heading to Can Tho early in the morning. Stop at the spectacular Cai Rang floating market where you will transfer to a smaller boat and mingle amongst the...

  • Day 17 Phu Quoc

    Phu Quoc Island is the developing beach destination in Vietnam so it is ideal venue for those who are looking for something off the beaten track. Free time at leisure to explore the wild nature and...

  • Day 18 Phu Quoc

    Full day is free for beach relaxation. Dinner is at the stylish ITACA Lounge & Restaurant. The menu is based in the Catalonian kitchen with a touch off Phu Quoc. Enjoy a memorable honeymoon...

  • Day 19 Phu Quoc - UK

    After breakfast, free time at leisure until you are transferred to the airport for a flight to Saigon and onward departure flight.


Hanoi enjoys the typical weather experienced in Northern Vietnam, with a hot season from April through to October, and cooler winter weather from then on. The wet season mirrors the hot season, producing humid months with an average temperature of around 30°C. The weather is very changeable however, so don't be surprised to see temperatures, rainfall and sun hours vary from day to day. Generally the best time of year to visit is during April and May, with comfortable temperatures and still relatively low rainfall.

Halong Bay's climate is humid and tropical, with two distinct seasons. Summers are hot and humid, lasting from around April to September, and winters are dry and cold, lasting from October through March. It is best to visit during the dry season, although from December to February the weather can be cool and overcast, causing low visibility. Storms are likely during summer. 

Danang's monsoon tropical climate means that it enjoys mild temperatures throughout the year. The temperatures peak between May and September, and conditions can become hot and sticky. The temperatures during the winter months can be quite cool, with plenty of rain received September through December. The best time to visit Danang is between February and May, when the skies are sunny and humidity levels aren't too high. 

As expected of a city in central Vietnam, Hoi An enjoys warm weather the whole year round with an average temperature of 29°C. There are two main seasons: the wet season and the dry season. The wet season spans from September to January, and these months see constantly heavy showers. It is best to visit during the dry season, specifically between February and May when temperatures are moderate and humidity is low. However, if you're a sun-worshipper, plan your trip for May or June.

Nha Trang's position in southern central Vietnam gives the region its prolonged dry season, which stretches from January to August. During this time temperatures will also average around 28ºC, making any of these months an ideal time to visit. The peak time for tourists is between June and August, so if you want to beat the crowds, hold off until early September - the beaches and cities should be less busy by then.

Phu Quoc receives more rainfall than other parts of southern Vietnam, and its waters are less blue and choppy during the wet season of April through November. As a developing island, many of the roads are not fully built so exploring other beaches can get very muddy during the wet season so bear this in mind when planning your trip. The weather is at its best between December and March, and this is when most visitors arrive.



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