Vietnam Tours Offer Everything From Adventure, Relaxation to Cultural Activities

When you think of Vietnam the immediate image is that of rice paddies and while that does form an intrinsic feature of Vietnam, the country also has modern cities full of architectural marvels and modern amenities. Highlands, rainforests, beaches and lagoons all comprise Vietnam and offer a varied and diverse topography. Vietnam tours offer plenty of choices as to how to spend your time in this beautiful country and you can take your pick from river cruises, adventure holidays to cycling or relaxing on the beach. From the moment you arrive in Vietnam you will realize that you are not short on entertainment or activities.

If you are keen on cycling, take a cycling tour which will show you the historical Ho Chi Minh City as well as the rice paddy fields of the Mekong Delta. You can visit the imperial city of Hue along with Hanoi, the capital city of the country. You will also come across many charming villages of Vietnam and you can enjoy chit-chatting with the locals for some time. A cycling tour will allow you to see Vietnam at a slower pace and visit all major sights while simultaneously allowing you to travel off the beaten track and through some of the most wonderful natural scenery.

Halong Bay offers the country’s best kayaking and you can also take part in rock climbing activities. Whist there, take a ride on a traditional junk ship and sail past the grand limestone karsts. You can opt to stay for the night on the ship and indulge in some wonderful night fishing with the crew.

Counted as one of the most popular Vietnam Tours the Mekong valley tour and river cruise is something not to be missed. These tours take place year round and are truly very captivating as the river cruise takes you down the Mekong Delta past rice paddy fields and fruit orchards on its banks. You can see charming villages and floating markets with locals plying their goods on narrow wooden boats in the river. For an exhilarating experience try your hand at river rafting.

The region of Sapa also draws tourists in hordes as it has plenty of scenic beauty and is also the centre of cross-cultural influences in the country. This is amply evident in the architecture of the region. A stroll in the Bac Ha market is a must while at Sapa and the colourful dresses on the locals and horse-drawn carriages which bring in fresh produce into the market make for a charming picture.

The country has put behind its turbulent past and is rapidly emerging as one of the booming economies in the region. With a rich ancient culture, entrancing natural beauty and a friendly population, Vietnam has made it as one of the top destinations in the world.