We highly recommend doing a private cruise as you have the whole boat to yourselves and get more interaction time with the personalities of the crew, but you can also book larger boat options to get to know other travelers.
Journey through the limestone structures, cave systems, and serene temples. Remember to bring sunscreen and water as you'll be quite exposed to the sun.
It's definitely a long trip to get here (around 8 hours from Hanoi), but it is well worth the journey. You'll see a beautiful network of jade-blue waterfalls and should try to take a boat ride to the base of the waterfall. Be sure to check out the nearby cave as well.
Not to be confused with Ha Long Bay, we recommend about a day in Ha Long city area, exploring the futuristic vibes that come with it. The contrast between the gardens and stadiums with the surrounding islands is quite unique.
This hike is somewhat physically exerting but definitely has a rewarding view overlooking drastic landscape. We highly recommend that you bring water and snacks (you can also purchase them from some vendors at the base of the hike).
Hoi An has a strong sense of cultural influence and vibrancy so we highly encourage you to spend at least a couple days here. While certainly colorful throughout the day, we found that after sunset, the city comes alive so head out and explore the lanterns and nightlife. If you have spare time, check out the Instagram-famous Golden Bridge in Sun World Ba Na Hills about 40 minutes out.
Block Ha My Dong B, Điện Bàn, Vietnam
A calming, luxury property along the water.
We highly recommend working with a local guide to set up homestays throughout Vietnam. This is such a great way to immerse yourself in the culture.
Vietnam is a beautiful country filled with natural wonders, rich culture, friendly people, and delicious cuisine
Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site via boat to see thousands of limestone isles and natural beauty.
A fast-paced city that contrasts strikingly between modern structures and the islands that surround it.
Travel via boat throughout these scenic waterways to catch stunning nature, caves, and temples.
Hiking up almost 500 stairs will take you to the top of the Mua Caves, one of the most iconic views in Vietnam.
Walk amidst the hustle and bustle of the city, both on foot and via motorbike, from sunrise to sunset.
Sitting on the border of Vietnam and China, these cascading falls and its surrounding areas will leave you breathless.
A colorful city in central Vietnam full of cultural influence enjoyed both on foot and via canals.
Situated on the beachfront, this property carries a sense of serenity amidst the hustle and bustle of Hoi An.