Vietnam Oneday Tour

Vietnam Oneday Tour

If you're still wondering which place you wish to visit among hundreds of must-see destination with limited travel time, our private daily tour will help you to do it. 
Vietnam Oneday Tour
1 Days | From US$ 52
Route: Hanoi – Ba Vi National Park – Tan Vien Peak – Ba Trai Village – Hanoi.
  • Jungle Trek through Ba Vi National Park and enjoy a lot of breathtaking panoramic views 
  • Visit Ba Trai Village (a 500ha-area of tea plantation) and learn a full process of making raw tea leaf products. 
  • Softly hike to the Upper Temple at 1,227m above sea level, where worships the God of Ba Vi Mountain Range, one of The Four Immortals in the traditional Vietnamese mythology. 
  • Have a taste of amazing Vietnamese cuisine.
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Activities: Trek-Walk
Country: Viet Nam
1 Days | From US$ 114
Route: Hanoi - Hoa Binh Paragliding Point - Hanoi
  • Enjoy paragliding activity at Hoa Binh

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Activities: Paragliding
1 Days | From US$ 61
Route: Hanoi – Ba Vi - Hanoi
  • Exploring the system of flora and fauna inside this amazing national park which offer various trekking routes. 
  • It is not only offering Jungle trekking but also exploring the local Religious sites.
  • Admiring the stunning panorama view of Ba Vi National Park from the highest tower.
 
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Activities: Trek-Walk
1 Days | From US$ 68
Route: Hanoi
  • Learn the ancient art of calligraphy, introduced to Vietnam by the Chinese as a unique form of expression that has shaped the local culture. Get a look at how this beautiful form of writing has changed over history to adapt the art to better express the richness of the Vietnamese language.
  • Seeing the living flow of the Hanoian, learn more about the history of the city and enjoy the special taste of egg coffee will close your unforgettable day in Hanoi.
 
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Activities: Responsible Travel
Country: Vietnam
1 Days | From US$ 53
Route: Hanoi - Ninh Binh - Hanoi
  • Visiting Mua Cave and admire Tam Coc from the Peak of Ngoa Long Mountain
  • Boat trip on Trang An
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Activities: Responsible Travel
Country: Vietnam
1 Days | From US$ 82
Route: Hanoi
  • Have a taste of Vietnamese Traditional food – Bun Cha and the special Egg Coffee
  • Explore Hanoi on 2 wheels with your driver and his motorbike
  • Try your hand to make a gift from bamboo under instruction from a professional 
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Activities: Motorcycling
Country: Vietnam
1 Days | From US$ 73
Route: Hanoi
  • Learning how to make Conical Hat – An Vietnamese traditional hat from an artisan
  • Have a taste of Vietnamese Traditional food – Bun Cha and the special Egg Coffee
  • Enjoy a special Water Puppet Show at an Artist house 
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Activities: Responsible Travel
Country: Vietnam
1 Days | From US$ 66
Route: Hanoi - Bac Giang - Hanoi
  • Experience the real Vietnam by participating in agricultural activities
  • Immerse yourself into a peaceful countryside with amazing rice fields while cycling thru villages
  • Save the best memories and receive your hand-made souvenir with kite-making class
  • Enjoy a real Vietnamese lunch with the preparation by the host
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Activities: Responsible Travel
Country: Vietnam
1 Days | From US$ 131
Route: Saigon - Cu Chi - Saigon
  • Visting Cu Chi Tunnel by speedboat at early time
  • Seeing the Saigon city on cyclo
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Activities: Responsible Travel
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