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A dream cruise holiday experience awaits in enchanting Vietnam, a spellbinding land in the south east of the Indochinese Peninsula. This amazing destination, which is shaped like the letter S, is home to verdant forests, towering mountains, cascading waterfalls and ancient villages. You’ll also discover amazing history and culture, idyllic islands, fabulous food and bustling cities. Prepare to be wowed by rolling highlands, abundant flora and fauna, pristine sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters and vast rice paddy fields. Vietnam is bordered by China, Laos and Cambodia and its main ports of call include Hai Phong, Qui Nhon, Danang and Ho Chi Minh City. Discover the delights of the bustling metropolis Hanoi, the ancient sights and vibrant nightlife in Ho Chi Minh City, or the imposing port city of Danang, with its beautiful temples and incredible beaches. Other wonderful places waiting to be discovered include the charming fishing port of Phan Thiet, the ancient town of Hoi An on the banks of the Thu Bon River, Nha Trang with its diving sites and offshore islands, and the city of Hue, with its rich cultural heritage and incredible cuisine.

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Vietnam hits the bullseye for couples, families and groups of friends dreaming for an unforgettable cruise holiday adventure in a South East Asian land of beauty and wonder. Many years after the devastating Vietnam war the country has blossomed into a wonderful destination where you’ll create magical memories that will last a lifetime. Colourful markets, beautiful pagoda temples, fabulous cuisine, vibrant cities, stunning beaches and coral reefs teeming with marine life are among the delights in this awe-inspiring land. Take a boat trip through the Ninh Binh cave system, enjoy a cyclo-rickshaw for a ride through the streets of Hanoi city or zip-wire into Dark Cave in Phong Nha Ke National Park.
Immerse yourself in pulsating city life in the capital Hanoi, with its nightlife, French colonial architecture and fabulous restaurants, or head for high-octane Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, with its excellent museums, ancient landmarks and towering skyscrapers. Hue is a wonderful city brimming with attractions including the Tombs of the Emperor, the Imperial Citadel and the Perfume River, while the ancient town of Hoi An is a history lover’s paradise with its imposing temples, tombs, pagodas, wells, chapels and bridges.
The fishing port of Phan Thief is very impressive with its lovely harbour and superb seafood restaurants, while Nha Trang is home to coral reefs, golden sands and historical treasures including Long Son Pagoda and Po Nagar Cham Tower. Vietnam is a magnet for beach lovers and boasts a myriad of magnificent sandy expanses including An Bang Beach, Ho Coc Beach, Long Beach and Danang Beach.

Food & Drink

Vietnam has a truly diverse food culture, so you won’t struggle to find something delicious to tantalise your taste buds. You'll discover mouth-watering popular dishes in a variety of dining places, ranging from lively street food stalls to lavish gourmet restaurants.

Banh Xeo are sizzling rice paper pancakes filled with shrimp, pork bean sprouts and egg, while Ban Cha (grilled meatballs) are a delicious lunch time favourite in Vietnam. Pho is a wonderful noodle soup made by simmering beef bones, spices and vegetables for hours, and Bun Bo Hue is a tasty meaty noodle dish from the former capital of Vietnam, Hue. Bun Thit Nuong is a popular dish comprising cold vermicelli noodles topped with grilled pork. Che Ba Mau is a wonderful three colour dessert featuring a layer of yellow mung bean paste,green pandan jelly and red beans, topped with coconut milk.

Che Bap is a simple Vietnamese dessert which is made with sweet corn and tapioca starch or glutinous rice. Delicious fruit smoothies, made with a variety of fresh fruits, are very popular in Vietnam and Nu?c Sâm is a flavoursome herbal tea you’ll find across the country.

Best Time

Various areas of Vietnam experience different seasons at varying times of the year, but generally a great time to visit is between November and April when there is minimal rainfall and temperatures are mild. The country's climate can be divided into three different zones – North, Central and South.
The weather in North Vietnam is humid and subtropical, South Vietnam experiences a tropical climate all year round and the central region of the country has a climate somewhere between the two. The temperature in Vietnam typically ranges between 70°F and 95°F throughout the year. Hanoi and the rest of the north experiences its dry season from November to April, with the northernmost regions becoming colder in December and January. Central Vietnam enjoys hot and dry weather between January and August, while the dry season in southern Vietnam is between November and April.

Things To See and Do

Vietnam is brimming with thrilling things to see and do, with enthralling landmarks and attractions at every turn which will take your breath away. Nature reserves, water parks, boating trips, jeep safaris, wildlife parks and epic mountain ranges are among the attractions which await. Cruise along the Mekong Delta, sandboard down the dunes in Mui Ne, go canyoning in Dalat or explore the world's biggest caves in Phong Nha. There's also the chance to go scuba diving in Nha Trang, cycle through the rice fields in Mai Chau or walk the streets of the charming ancient town of Hoi An.
Must-see attractions in the capital Hanoi include the Ngoc Son Temples, The Temple of Literature and the One Pillar Pagoda, while key attractions in Ho Chi Minh City include Dam Sen Park, The tunnels of C? Chi and the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon. Vietnam boasts a plethora of superb national parks which offer exciting days out in the glorious sunshine – these include Cuc Phuong National Park, Hoang Lien National Park, Cat Tien National Park and B?ch Mã National Park. The country’s many excellent museums include the History Museum of Ho Chi Minh City, National History Museum in Hanoi, Hue Museum of Royal Antiquities and Vietnam National Fine Arts Museum. Major cultural attractions include Hung Temple, Huong Pagoda, Mausoleum of Emperor Tu Duc, Tran Quoc Pagoda, Phat Diem Cathedral, Ponagar Tower and the Presidential Palace in Hanoi. Key family attractions in Vietnam include Saigon Zoo and Botanical Garden, Suoi Tien Theme Park, Dam Sen Cultural Park and the alpine coaster at Dasara Waterfall. Popular outdoor pursuits in Vietnam include kitesurfing, kayaking, trekking, caving, rock climbing, off-road biking, canyoning, ziplining and white water rafting.

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