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Are you planing a Vietnam vacation? Good choice; Vietnam today has so much to offer for your holiday. More than a quarter of a century since the end of the Vietnam War, the country is eager to show itself to the rest of the world. Vietnam is rich in both history and culture, a country of diverse landscape and geography with 82 million hard-working and friendly people, making Vietnam an ideal place both for pleasure and business, travel or vacation.

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There is a new possibility to travel inter-countries between Vietnam and Cambodia via water way. At the time of press, Victoria Group has been operating a speed boat of 10 seats which could seat conveniently 6-8 passengers including luggage from Phnom Penh to Chau Doc or vice versa. Upon request, this boat could transfer passengers from Chau Doc to Ho Chi Minh City with a stopover in Can Tho or same routing in reversed way.

Hoi An town recognised last summer the soft opening of Hoi An Beach Resort and Victoria Resort. The former is of three star standard managed by Hoi An Tourist, located o­n a spacious area o­n Cua Dai Beach. The latter is managed by the Victoria Group, situated o­n the quiet and excellent sandy beach of Cua Dai.

Our seat-in-coach tours are enriched by the 5-day Sapa tour and the 4-day Mekong Delta extension with weekly departure, conveniently fit as pre and post tour options of the 7-day Vietnam Classic tour starting every Wednesday, with minimum 2 passengers.

1. When is the best time to travel?
2. Is it safe to travel? Are there places to avoid?
3. What are the visa requirements and custom formalities?
4. Do's and don't's?
5. What money should I take?
6. What language will they understand?
7. How about my health?
8. What food will I find?
9. How is the shopping and what do I tip?

1. WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO TRAVEL?
Vietnam stretches over 1,800km up the eastern coast of the Indochina peninsula and has various climates at the same time in different parts of the country.

The winter season lasts from November to April in the north with temperatures averaging 16 degree centigrade. The rest of the year is considered summer time with heavy rainfall and occasional storms.

The rainy season lasts from May to October in the south. However, it rarely rains the whole day long and it dries up quickly afterwards. The dry season is generally from November to April.

The central parts of Vietnam are affected by the South West monsoon from Laos during May and June which causes a muggy heat and sometimes produces typhoons and tropical storms during November and December, with long-lasting rains. Despite this, the months of November and December are regarded as the peak tourist period. January and February can occasionally be cloudy and rainy.

The best time for a long tour from North to South Vietnam is from January until April, whilst those seeking beach holidays can come to enjoy the warm water and sunshine of the central coast during summer time, from May to October.

 

2. IS IT SAFE TO TRAVEL? ARE THERE PLACES TO AVOID?
No part of Vietnam is considered unsafe for tourists, even for those who want to discover the country o­n their own, without pre-arranged services.

This is a popular question of American tourists but the o­nly answer they have got so far is that it is completely safe in Vietnam and they are most welcome.

 

3. WHAT ARE THE VISA REQUIREMENTS AND CUSTOM FORMALITIES?
All visitors entering Vietnam require a visa, except Philippine and Thai nationals. Visas are usually issued by the Vietnamese Embassy in Bangkok or in the travellers’ home country, which requires an original passport and two photos. Please allow two full working days for the issue of the visa.

Visas can also be issued upon arrival at international airports in Hanoi, Danang and Ho Chi Minh City in which case a separate “stamp fee” is charged. We also ask for passport details in advance for pre-application and provide you with a copy of the approval document which will be presented at airlines check-in counters to get o­n board and at immigration desks to obtain a visa o­n arrival in Vietnam.

Tourists travelling to Phnom Penh from Vietnam by road through Moc Bai or by boat via Chau Doc border gates must obtain a Cambodian visa beforehand because visa o­n arrival is not applicable at these two gates.

All luggage entering and leaving Vietnam must be X-rayed. Gold and currency must be declared o­n arrival. Please keep the arrival & departure card (green form) as well as the customs card (yellow form) until you leave.

 

4. DO'S AND DON'T'S?
Eating out is no problem at all in major cities where you can easily find good restaurants. It is advisable to eat in hotels in remote areas unless you have reliable advice from your guide. You should avoid uncooked, partially cooked or reheated meat, fish and raw vegetables, especially when they have been left out and exposed to dust and flies. Filtered and bottled water is usually available and safe.

Cameras, valuable jewelry, cash and passports should be deposited in the hotel safe or closely guarded while you are travelling by train or walking in the streets.

Local trains have been renovated and service o­n trains has been improved in the past few years. However, they are still below international standard and therefore travel by train is not recommended for elderly people.

 
5. WHAT MONEY SHOULD I TAKE?
Most major currencies can be exchanged at banks and moneychangers. Traveller’s cheques are accepted at some international hotels o­nly and can be cashed at banks, with the signing witnessed by the bank officers. When cashing Traveller’s cheques, it is necessary to take proof of purchase and your passport to the bank. Credit cards are widely accepted in major cities. You should exchange some cash into local currency for daily transactions.
 
6. WHAT LANGUAGE WILL THEY UNDERSTAND?
English is spoken at hotels, restaurants, shops, airlines offices, and service offices. Guides that speak English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Japanese are available in big cities.
 
7. HOW ABOUT MY HEALTH?
No vaccination is required. Malaria prophylaxis is no longer recommended but visitors are advised to check with their doctor or travel immunization clinic regarding the advisability of inoculation against diphtheria, polio, typhoid, tetanus, hepatitis A & B.
 
8. WHAT FOOD WILL I FIND?
Besides rice, which is a staple of every meal, Vietnam has abundant food supplies and an elaborate cuisine. Some Vietnamese dishes have achieved international fame, including such traditional dishes as beef or chicken noodle (pho), pork sausage (gio lua), spring rolls (nem ran) and fish balls (cha ca).
 

9. HOW IS THE SHOPPING AND WHAT DO I TIP?
Handicrafts made of rattan, gold, silver and stone and traditionally woven fabrics are good buys. Lacquerware is plentiful and cheap. Small lacquer trinkets such as boxes and trays are portable and make nice presents. Antiques and authentic reproductions are available in most tourist centers, the latter often at reasonable prices. However, the export of antiques requires a license from the customs department.

Tourists can find sophisticated stone-made sculptures at Marble Mountain Danang or silk suits and various handicrafts in Hoi An.

Tipping is rare but appreciated. Perhaps leave some small change unless the service is really exceptional in which case VND 5,000 to VND 10,000 will be ample.

   


$425Vietnam Central Highland Tour( 6 days / 5 nights ).  

$240Southern Vietnam Discovery( 6 Days 5 Nights ). Trip starts from Hochiminh city 
Tour Highlights:  Discover the wealth of beauty and culture that South Vietnam has to offer, beginning with a comprehensive sightseeing tour of Ho Chi Minh city, the fastest-growing metropolis in SE Asia.

$1,985Viet Nam & Cambodian Tour( 21 Days 20 Nights. ). Trip starts from Hanoi capital 
Tour Highlights:  This unique 21-day tour covers all the highlights of Vietnam (from north to south) and then transports you to Cambodia via the Lower Mekong River. Cruise up the Tonle Sap River, explore Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh, and finally experience the magic and majesty of Angkor Wat, known locally as the Seventh Wonder of the World.

$2,400Indochina Package Tour .( 21 Days 20 nights ). Star From Ho Chi Minh  

$840Viet nam Highlights Tour .( 9 Days 8 Nights ). Trip starts from Hanoi capital 
Tour Highlights:  This jam-packed 9-day tour covers the length of Vietnam, from north to south, encompassing some of its most beautiful scenery and historically interesting cities. The internal flights connecting important cities such Hue, Danang and Ho Chi Minh city are designed in order to save valuable time. From the amazing limestone karsts of Halong Bay to the ruins of the Purple Forbidden City, the Highlights

$1,200Viet Nam classic Tour .( 13 days 12 nights ). Trip starts from Hanoi capital
Tour Highlights:   Vietnam Classic tour is the best selling. Vietnam tour program for two - week vacationers who are looking for an unique combination trip covering the highlights of Vietnam

$980Viet Nam Reunification Express Tour .( 14 Days 13 Nights ). Trip starts from Hochiminh city 
Tour Highlights:  Originally named Transindochinois, this is the train which links Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. Construction of the railway commenced in 1899 and was not completed until 1936, but for many years the service was suspended due to various wars. In 1975, the re-establishment of the rail link between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City became a critical project as a symbol of unity for all Vietnamese, hence the name Reunification Express. Today, the railway offers tourists an excellent, comfortable and time-saving mode of transport, allowing you to make the most of your holiday as you travel from south to north, experiencing the wealth of beauty, culture and adventure that Vietnam has to offer.

$1,400The Authenic Viet Nam Tour .( 16 Days 15 Nights ). Trip starts from Hanoi capital 
Tour Highlights:  This tour gives you the opportunity to experience the hidden charms of Hanoi, to discover the unique customs of the ethnic people in the mountainous area of Sapa, and to witness the extraordinary beauty of Ha Long Bay. Learn about the fascinating history of Vietnam by visiting the World Heritage Sites of Hue citadel and Hoi An ancient town. Then chill out on the white sandy beaches of Nha Trang before heading south to the bustling city of Ho Chi Minh, the mighty Mekong Delta and the Cu Chi tunnels. These and many more discoveries await you on the Authentic Vietnam Tour

$1,460Viet Nam Grand Tour( 18 Days 17 Nights ). Trip starts from Hochiminh (Saigon) city

$335Northern Vietnam Discovery Tour( 6 Days 5 Nights ). Trip starts from Hanoi capital 

$720The Impressoin of Viet Nam Central Hightlands .( 10 Days 9 Nights ).  

Vietnam Kaleidoscope Tour( 21 Days 20 nights ). Star From Ho Chi Minh City
Tour Highlights:  This itinerary is really fantastic for photographers who want to have nicest pictures about Vietnam. Starting from bustling Saigon. Chaotic traffic, motorbikes swarm through the street, teeming market, a vivacious street life are your inspiration. Then downstream to Mekong Delta, immerse yourself in the verdant green of the Mekong paddy fields, see daily- life on floating market. Next, drive to Dalat – the city of flower, proceed to Mui ne , a long ribbon of glorious sand, turquoise water, and thick groves of coco palms. From the ancient town of Hoi An , passing the  spectacular Hai Van to visit the former capital of Hue. Then fly to Hanoi capital. Take night train to Sapa - home of colorful hill tribes. Admire outstanding scenic beauty of Halong Bay. All the best of Vietnam are waiting for your shooting

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