Stray Asia’s “Dong Flexi Vietnam Tour” will take you on an adventurous journey from bustling City life, into quaint fishing villages, historic places of interest and a mesmerizing National Park.
Flexi Tours include transport on Stray Asia’s hop-on hop-off private travel network, a friendly local tour leader, 12 nights’ accommodation and selection of top-rated activities along the way. The Flexi Tour is unique in that it allows you to hop-off along the way and spend more time in the places you love – resuming your ‘tour’ when you are ready. Super flexi!
This adventurous Vietnam Tour starts in the chaotic capital city of Ho Chi Minh City before travelling north to the refreshingly cool French town of Da Lat. Relax on the white sand beaches of a coastal paradise in the secluded fishing village of Bai Xep.
Visit the tourist town Hoi-An, with its excellent tailors, funky bars and restaurants; and gaze upon elaborately decorated pagodas and temples in Hue. Stay on the lake front in the spectacular Phong Nha-Ke National Park, just outside of Dong Hoi, and visit one of the largest caves in the world Thien Duong Cave. See monkeys and gibbons at the Primate Centre in Cuc Phuong National Park, and enjoy the excitement and energy of the capital city Hanoi.
From caves, to rice paddies, National Parks and tunnels from the Secret War; the Dong gets you closer to the action in the ‘real’ Vietnam.
*Price quoted in USD per person for a twin share room. Twin share must be booked with a ‘travel companion’ as Stray does not group un-associated travellers. Upgrade to a Single Room for $226 (total cost of $1555 USD)
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Get off the tourist trail; meet friendly locals, mountain bike in stunning scenery and sample delicious locally grown coffee and wine.
THE HAVEN, BAI XEP:
Discover a secluded fishing village and learn to paddle a traditional round boat.
Explore life in the old town of this picture perfect Vietnamese riverside town; listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Get some tailoring done; join a motorbike tour, scuba dive, or cycle to the beach.
Swim in pristine rivers and explore impressive caves, including the recently discovered Thien Dong Cave, one of the largest caves in the world.
Explore stunning stony outcrops, Karst Mountains and caves filled with stalactites carved with Buddhist images. Come face to face with monkeys, gibbons and other endangered species at the Primate Centre.
Discover an eclectic blend of East and West, old Asia and new, in a tangled web of streets buzzing with masses of motorbikes.
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