Luxury Vietnam Tours


A Vietnam tour reveals faded colonial grandeur, stylish retreats, lush green jungles, mountains and rice paddies. Visit translucent bays while relishing the traditional Vietnamese cuisine and the charm of the smiling locals.

Nestled between Laos and Cambodia to the west, and the South China Sea to the east, Vietnam also boasts a spectacular coastline. Traverse a landscape dotted with delightful beaches and towering limestone islands.

Tour ideas

When embarking on a tour with Lightfoot Travel, your holiday can be tailored to your desires and interests, ensuring you see the side of Vietnam that appeals to you most. Take in some of the nation’s most dramatic scenery on our Hanoi, Sapa & Ha Long Bay, which lets you experience both vast natural landscapes and historic sites. Plus, you’ll get to enjoy a walk of Sapa’s gardens, rice paddies and forests, led by an expert tour guide.

Alternatively, our Classic Vietnam tour will allow you to see its buzzing cities, as well as its rural northern provinces. Your trip will include tours of Hue and Hoi An, allowing you to see the cultural highlights of these fascinating cities. Whatever your preferences, our experts will create a bespoke itinerary designed to your exact needs and budget.

Things to do

During your time in Ho Chi Minh City, consider visiting the nearby Cu Chi tunnels; 250 kilometres of complex secret underground passages, used by the Viet Cong during wartime. These shelters are steeped in history, having protected Saigon against attacks from enemy forces. When wandering through the centre, take a stroll along the old Rue Catinat. The country’s French history is evident here, especially in the impressive Notre Dame Cathedral, opera house, post office and the Reunification Palace. Further inland, explore the ancient palaces and temples along the Perfume River, where Hue was once the centre of politics and spiritual life in Vietnam.

Places to visit

For a true feast for the senses, go straight to the country’s most populous city. Vibrant Ho Chi Minh City buzzes to a soundtrack of a million scooters, retaining its local charm in timeless alleys, ancient pagodas and markets. Don’t forget to also visit the markets, palaces and museums of the capital, Hanoi. Further afield, the limestone karsts of Ha Long Bay are truly spectacular. Take an overnight cruise on a private junk and kayak through caves, floating markets and villages. Alternatively, board the elegantly appointed Victoria Express train from Hanoi to Lao Cai, to view the picturesque rolling hills and rice terraces of Sapa.

Looking for downtime? A stop at Nha Trang is highly recommended. This seaside village delivers barefoot luxury and pristine waters. Central Vietnam’s coast offers golden beaches and historic small towns. Wander around Hoi An, soaking up the area’s café culture, colourful lanterns and bustling markets.

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Country’s Info
  • Capital: Hanoi
  • When to go: Ideal in April, May and October
  • Currency: Vietnamese Dong (VND)
  • Language: Vietnamese
  • Time Zone: GMT +7
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Beautiful azure water of lagoon in the Halong Bay, Vietnam (Descending Dragon Bay)
Hanoi, Mai Chau & Ha Long Bay
Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica on a sunny day in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
Famous Golden Bridge lifted by two giant hands on Ba Na Hill in Da Nang, Vietnam
Hue, Hoi An & Danang
Aerial view of Ta Pa rice fields in Mekong Delta, Tri Ton town, An Giang province, Vietnam
Mekong Delta
Nha Trang bay, Vietnam. North Of Nha Trang City. Taken From High Point
Nha Trang
beautiful rocky beach and clear ocean in Con Dao islands, Vietnam on a clear sunny day
Phu Quoc & Con Dao
Fansipan, Sapa, Vietnam view of the heaven. Sunny day, among the clouds
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