Vietnam Experience
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  • Adventure 3 out of 5
  • Relaxation 1 out of 5
  • Culture 4 out of 5
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Trip Highlights

 

  • See Halong Bay in all its shimmering glory
  • Explore incredible cities like Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh
  • Spend the night partying on the crackin’ Castaway Island
  • Volunteer and help out on a local community project
  • Lap up the awesome Vietnamese food
  • Visit the famous Cu Chi Tunnels

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Well, well, well – have we got an adventure in store for you! Vietnam is one of our absolute favourites, and on our brand new Vietnam Experience you’ll get to travel from the north to the south of this beyond brilliant country.

 

On this trip around Vietnam you'll get to grips with the backpacking ropes by exploring all of the very best Vietnamy bits. Hanoi, Halong Bay and Ho Chi Minh are all on the agenda (yes Halong Bay is real, repeat - this is not a drill!) and you'll even get the time to volunteer, and then kick back on the beaches. Variety is the spice of Vietnam's life, big time.

 

We couldn't be more in love with the place and we cannot wait to show you the Pho-pes

 

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What will I be doing?

  • Welcome to Vietnam (Days 1 - 2)

  • Island Life (Days 3 - 5)

  • Give Back to Local Communities (Days 6 - 10)

  • Waterfalls, Elephant Springs and Crab Fishing (Days 11 - 13)

  • Beach Life (Days 14 - 21)

Welcome to Vietnam: Days 1 - 2

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Destination info

After Nationalist insurgents forced the French out, Vietnam was split in two, to become North and South Vietnam. This arrangement did not last long, as one side struggled against the other leading to the outbreak of the Vietnam War with the USA.

 

The war was disastrous for the whole area, as the Americans also heavily bombed neighbouring Laos and Cambodia. After the USA withdrew, Vietnam was reunified as a one party state under communist rule. These days it’s a peaceful and fast developing South East Asian country, full of hope for the future.


Despite its troubled past, Vietnam is a stunning country and has its share of beautiful and tranquil coastline. A French colonial possession from the mid-1800s until shortly after the end of WWII, it is not surprising that lots of the architecture has a French look, especially in the big cities. 

  • Location: Hanoi

Please note: Due to TET Festival, the 6th February Vietnam Experience will follow an alternative itinerary.

To view the itinerary for the 6th February Vietnam Experience, please CLICK HERE.

 

Day 1: Arrive in Hanoi
Hey traveller, guess what.... YOU’RE IN VIETNAM! We can’t wait to take you on this incredible adventure. You'll be met you at the airport on arrival, and before you know it you’ll be checking in to your first guesthouse. Once in your room and unpacked, you'll have the chance to say ‘Xin Chao’ to our in-country coordinator. (They are simply wicked, you’ll love them!)

 

Depending on your arrival time, You’ll have a chance to explore locally, or if you’re feeling a bit snoozy – rest up before getting to sample some traditional Vietnamese food in the evening. WELL keen.

 

Day 2: Orientation and Hanoi City Tour
After you’ve filled up on breakfast, we’ll go over everything the trip has to offer during our exclusive tour orientation, playfully nicknamed the 'Vietnam Survival Guide!' We’ll go over the customs, culture and traditions of Vietnam, and even teach you a few Vietnamese words. This will be a perfect time to ask the in-country team any last minute questions that you may have, so store them up for this point, don't be shy. 

 

Once we’re up to speed with all things Vietnam, we’ll head off on a 3 hour walking tour to visit the Old and French Quarter's. You’ll get a proper taste of what life in Vietnam is like and we’ll show you some of the best sites that Hanoi has to offer. You’ll have plenty of opportunity to try many of the local dishes (be prepared, the food in Vietnam is magnificent – make sure you try the pho!), take some snaps and if you're lucky, your tour guide may even take you to a secret little rooftop coffee shop that overlooks the Red Lake. Done!

 

Late afternoon, we’ll head back to the guesthouse to get our party pants on, then swoop up to the rooftop bar for a couple of beers and a BBQ. This is the perfect place to get to know everybody in the group, relax and chill before we head to the local Pub Street for a drink and a dance!

Island Life : Days 3 - 5

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Destination info

After Nationalist insurgents forced the French out, Vietnam was split in two, to become North and South Vietnam. This arrangement did not last long, as one side struggled against the other leading to the outbreak of the Vietnam War with the USA.

 

The war was disastrous for the whole area, as the Americans also heavily bombed neighbouring Laos and Cambodia. After the USA withdrew, Vietnam was reunified as a one party state under communist rule. These days it’s a peaceful and fast developing South East Asian country, full of hope for the future.


Despite its troubled past, Vietnam is a stunning country and has its share of beautiful and tranquil coastline. A French colonial possession from the mid-1800s until shortly after the end of WWII, it is not surprising that lots of the architecture has a French look, especially in the big cities. 

  • Location: Halong Bay, Castaway Island, Hanoi

Day 3: Sleep on Castaway Island
Today’s a super exciting day, so get ready guys! After breakfast you’ll be picked up from the hotel and transferred by coach fro approximately 2 hours to a local boat pier. From here we'll take a speedboat in to the Jurassic-world-like arena of Halong Bay. We'll meet up with our boat in the bay and once boarded you can relax, kick your shoes off, let your hair down and swim, sunbathe, snorkel and more.

 

Tonight you’ll be staying on Castaway Island – a private, gorgeous island located in Halong Bay, so enjoy the laid-back island life during the day and join a huge island party in the evening.

 

Day 4: Transfer back to Hanoi
After an unforgettable night on Castaway Island, it’s time to head back to the city. The boat will return to Halong Bay at around 2pm and you’ll be transferred back your guesthouse in Hanoi.

 

There aren’t any plans for this evening, so feel free to go and enjoy to local nightlife or spend the evening catching up on sleep!

 

Day 5: Transfer to Hue
After what will be an epic two days exploring and partying in Halong Bay, today you have a free day to chill-ax, so whether you want to kick back and relax, shop, explore more of Hanoi or just chill out with the group, it’s completely up to you.

 

At 4:30pm we’ll head over to the coach station, where we’ll catch our superbly comfortable bus and head off to Hue. The transfer from Hanoi to Hue will take approximately 12 hours, so make sure you take a book, iPod (make sure the batteries are charged!) and anything else that will keep you entertained.

Give Back to Local Communities : Days 6 - 10

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Destination info

After Nationalist insurgents forced the French out, Vietnam was split in two, to become North and South Vietnam. This arrangement did not last long, as one side struggled against the other leading to the outbreak of the Vietnam War with the USA.

 

The war was disastrous for the whole area, as the Americans also heavily bombed neighbouring Laos and Cambodia. After the USA withdrew, Vietnam was reunified as a one party state under communist rule. These days it’s a peaceful and fast developing South East Asian country, full of hope for the future.


Despite its troubled past, Vietnam is a stunning country and has its share of beautiful and tranquil coastline. A French colonial possession from the mid-1800s until shortly after the end of WWII, it is not surprising that lots of the architecture has a French look, especially in the big cities. 

  • Location: Hue

Day 6: Arrive in Hue
We'll get into Hue around 7am, so you’ll have a hearty breakfast before checking into your rooms and having a meeting to run through the next few days.  

You’ll learn about the local area, as you’re taken on a walking tour of the city and local markets. Hue has a very slow, laid back way of life, which you’ll see is a complete contrast from the hustle and bustle of Hanoi. The tour will be led by a local tour guide, so you'll learn heaps about why this city is incredible and was of the key strongpoints during the Vietnam War.

 

After the tour we’ll grab some lunch and then head along Perfume River by boat for a tour of two of the city’s most famous temples.

 

Day 7-10: Give back to local communities

We'll spend 4 days, volunteering at one of the NGO’s many local projects. There are a load of different activities that you could be involved with, depending on the current needs of the communities. The projects cover a wide range of support from classroom assistance, improving school environments through construction and development projects, such as making educational gardens. We’ll also help out in the NGO’s kitchen and with any general support that they require.

 

Each morning your group will be collected from the hotel and transferred to the project. Our project coordinators and guides will be with you at all times, so if you need any help with translating or you have questions about the projects, then just ask.

 

Day 10 will be your last day volunteering at the project, so we’ll celebrate your hard work with a night out! 

Waterfalls, Elephant Springs and Crab Fishing: Days 11 - 13

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Destination info

After Nationalist insurgents forced the French out, Vietnam was split in two, to become North and South Vietnam. This arrangement did not last long, as one side struggled against the other leading to the outbreak of the Vietnam War with the USA.

 

The war was disastrous for the whole area, as the Americans also heavily bombed neighbouring Laos and Cambodia. After the USA withdrew, Vietnam was reunified as a one party state under communist rule. These days it’s a peaceful and fast developing South East Asian country, full of hope for the future.


Despite its troubled past, Vietnam is a stunning country and has its share of beautiful and tranquil coastline. A French colonial possession from the mid-1800s until shortly after the end of WWII, it is not surprising that lots of the architecture has a French look, especially in the big cities. 

  • Location: Hoi An, Mui Ne

Day 11: Transfer to Hoi An, Waterfalls and Elephant Springs

We’ll depart Hue around 8am, jump in a minibus and head to Elephant Springs for some swimming before heading down to Lan Co Lagoon. After that we'll travel over Hai Van Pass, where you’ll get the chance to stop off to take in the ridiculously good views on the way! We'll then travel further South, past Da Nang to the incredible Marble Mountain.

 

We will arrive into Hoi An around 5pm… just in time for Happy Hour! This evening will be free time for you to rest up or explore the local area.

 

Day 12: Bike Tour and Crab Fishing

This morning, we’ll put on our helmets and embark on a pretty epic bike ride through the quaint streets of Hoi An, out into the countryside where you’ll pass through traditional rice fields. There will be a chance to stop along to way to try some locally made sugar palm juice.

 

After 90 minutes of cycling, you’ll climb aboard a basket boat where you’ll get to have a go at crab fishing out on the open water.

 

We’ll then enjoy some local food, before heading back to the hostel for around 3pm.

 

Day 13: Transfer to Mui Ne

Today will be free for you to catch up on some last minute shopping, use the hotel swimming pool or just relax before getting the night bus to Mui Ne, which leaves at 6pm.


The bus to Mui Ne takes approximately19 hours, but believe us when we tell you that the destination is well worth every minute! Each 'seat' is in fact a lie-flat bed, so you’ll be able to catch up on some well-earned sleep!

Beach Life: Days 14 - 21

Destination info

After Nationalist insurgents forced the French out, Vietnam was split in two, to become North and South Vietnam. This arrangement did not last long, as one side struggled against the other leading to the outbreak of the Vietnam War with the USA.

 

The war was disastrous for the whole area, as the Americans also heavily bombed neighbouring Laos and Cambodia. After the USA withdrew, Vietnam was reunified as a one party state under communist rule. These days it’s a peaceful and fast developing South East Asian country, full of hope for the future.


Despite its troubled past, Vietnam is a stunning country and has its share of beautiful and tranquil coastline. A French colonial possession from the mid-1800s until shortly after the end of WWII, it is not surprising that lots of the architecture has a French look, especially in the big cities. 

  • Location: Mui Ne, Ho Chi Minh City

Day 14 - 17: Beach Time!
The bus will drop you off near the beach resort and you’ll be split into groups of 2, 3 or 4. We'll show you around the resort and introduce you to your new homes! These are tents that are free to pitch wherever you like - don't panic, the tents are already built, you simply choose where they go! That's right, you'll be sleeping in tents, in a resort and can even choose to have your tent pitched under the shade, on the beach!

 

The resort supplies everything from mattresses, blankets, pillows to a safety box for all of your valuables.

 

The next four days are free for you to relax, swim or get involved with beach games. The resort can arrange a number of different activities from sand dune tours, to bar crawls, to fishing, plus a load more!


Day 18: Ho Chi Minh City

After four beyond brilliant days of having a massive laugh on the beach, it’s time to move onto your next destination, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). You’ll be picked up around 8:00am and will have a 6 hour transfer to your next hostel, located in the heart of the buzzing Saigon backpacker area.

 

Day 19: Saigon Tour
This morning, you’ll be taken on a walking tour through the heart of Saigon (also known as Ho Chi Minh City). There will be plenty to see along the way, and you’re guide will be there with you to give you all of the information that you need.


In the afternoon, you’ll have the option to visit the War Museum (at an additional cost) or relax and explore the local area.

 

Day 20: Cu Chi Tunnels
Today you’ll get to see Vietnam’s famous Cu Chi Tunnels. Used by Viet Cong soldiers as hiding spots during the war, as well as being used as supply routes, hospitals, food and weapon caches and living quarters for a number of fighters, the tunnels are definitely a 'must see' on any trip to Vietnam!

 

After you’ve learnt about the history of the tunnels and taken in the sights, it'll be time to head back to the hostel to get ready to hit Pub Street for one last group meal. This is our last night, so expect it to be a massive one! Wa-hay!


Day 21: Time to say Goodbye
Sadly, today will be your last day so it’s time to say your goodbyes (boo!). Your guides will be there to help you arrange your onwards travel plans, give you a massive hi-5 and to arrange your last-morning-group-photos. 

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What's included?

  • Arrival Airport Transfer
  • All In-Country Transfers
  • Breakfast each morning, 8 Lunches and 3 Dinners
  • Local In-Country Team & 24 Hour Support
  • Welcome BBQ at rooftop bar
  • Overnight boat trip/island stay in Halong Bay
  • Guided walking tour of stunning Hanoi & Tour of the crazy capital of Ho Chi Minh City
  • 5 days volunteering with communities in Hue
  • Beach-side camping on the stunning beaches of Mui Ne
  • Bamboo boat trip through indigenous communities
  • Visit the surreal tunnels at Cu Chi

What's not included?

  • Flights
  • Visas
  • Travel Insurance
  • Return Airport Transfer
  • Meals that are not stated in the itinerary
  • Spending Money

Additional Information & FAQs

Minimum age

Minimum age 17 

 

Minimum numbers required on this trip

This trip does have minimum numbers. Please speak to a member of team for more information. 

 

Accommodation

During your time in Hanoi, you’ll be staying in an excellent hostel located in the stunning old town, just a few minutes’ walk from everything that a tourist in Vietnam needs. You’ll be staying in 4, 6 or 8 bed dorms and the hostel has free Wi-Fi and breakfast is included.

 

You'll sleep on Castaway Island located in Halong Bay, in a hostel and sharing a 4, 6 or 10 bed dorm with other members of your group.

 

Whilst volunteering in Hue, you will be staying in a centrally located hotel in either a twin or triple room. Breakfast is included.
 

For the rest of your time in Hue, you’ll be staying in one of Vietnam’s leading backpacker hostels in a great location in the heart of the main backpacking area. You’ll be staying in 4, 6, 8 or 12 bedded dorm rooms and breakfast is included.

 

In Hoi An you’ll stay in a centrally located hotel in twin, triple or quads rooms. Breakfast is included and the hotel has a swimming pool! - Oh yeah!

 

In Mui Ne you will be staying tents in a very friendly, laid-back but loadsa fun, beach resort. You’ll be able to pitch your 2, 3 or 4 person tent wherever you like, even on the beach under the shade of a palm tree! Breakfast is included.


If camping isn’t for you, you can choose to swap to one of the bungalows after your first night, for a small fee paid directly to the resort. 

 

The hotel that you'll be staying at in Saigon is in the heart of the backpacker region. The dorms are modern, clean and comfortable and  have free WiFi. 

 

Meals

Breakfast will be included everyday throughout your tour. 8 Lunches and 3 Dinners are also included. 

 

What is an ‘Experience’?

Our experiences are a guided group tour that’ll show you the best of what a country has to offer. You will have some free time, but a member of our awesome in-country team will be available 24/7 and they’ll take you on a journey of a lifetime – we’ll take in a mix of iconic locations and ‘off the radar’ secret spots so you get an all-round experience.  All of our experiences include super cool cultural experiences (cookery lesson anyone?) and some include volunteer work so you can give back to a local community.

 

Advice & Safety

Throughout you’re your tour the group will have the support and guidance of at least one of our dedicated local guides and coordinators. You will be provided with competent assistance and help with any questions or advice you may need during your stay. In addition, there will be regular meetings throughout the tour to discuss any issues that may have arisen to allow our team the opportunity to assist.

 

There is also an on-the-ground project advisor who is waiting to hear from you in regards to any volunteering-related questions that you may have before beginning your placement.

 

In addition, you will have access to a 24 hour emergency contact number so you can contact one of our UK staff at any time should you need to.

 

Your comfort and safety is our number one priority throughout the trip so we urge you to listen to and adhere to all safety advice given before and during this tour.

 

DBS

You have booked a programme which requires an enhanced Disclosure Barring Service check to be completed. We can carry this out for you and your travel advisor will explain the charges at the time of booking.

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Sofia Machado - February 2016

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This was our first time in Vietnam, -couldn't have asked for better tour guides! Both Jane and Arron felt like friends to us by the end of the trip! Always around and willing to help us with anything, kept everything super organised and fun too - we always knew what was going on. There was a good mix of cities/activities and free time at the beach which was nice, and we were with a great group of people :) favourite day was the bike tour in hoi an

Do you have 3 top tips for future travellers?

Don't be scared to go alone you will meet some lovely people Try new things you can't find at home Leave some room in your backpack for souvenirs!

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Rosie Monk - January 2016

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Meeting people I'll never forget, seeing places I never thought I would in my dreams, Vietnam is so beautiful. I particularly loved hoi an, it was full of lanterns and felt pretty magical. Hue was also amazing, go to brown eyes!!! And not forgetting the most amazing tour guides Jane and Arron who went out of their way to make our trip the best it could be, I'll never forget it!

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SUN CREAM, SUN CREAM, SUN CREAM

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Lucy Willis - January 2016

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Experiencing a completely different culture, beautiful beaches and scenery, unforgettable meals, a great nightlife and most importantly our group and our amazing tour guides Arron and Jane.

Do you have 3 top tips for future travellers?

Make the most of laundry services when you're out there - washing and drying your stuff is more hassle than it's worth. Take big bottles of shampoo and toiletries rather than 'travel' sized. If you think you've taken too many pictures, take more!!

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Olivia Parkinson - January 2016

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Hilarious, great people, fantastic culture!

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Hard to choose just a few, but definitely the nightlife in Hue (brown eyes is sick) as well as crab fishing in Hoi An and the volunteering after party - Vietnamese know how to drink! Most of all, however, our irreplaceable tour guides Jane and Arron!

Do you have 3 top tips for future travellers?

1) don't stress about travelling alone, everyone you meet is lovely! 2) look after your stuff really well to avoid pick pockets/leaving stuff on transport 3 try everything!!!

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Rachel Guard - January 2016

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Vivek Babu - January 2016

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Unforgettable experience, met some really cool people, regret not staying out there longer.

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Halong Bay and overnight stay on Monkey Island-----Hoi An-----Cu Chi Tunnels

Do you have 3 top tips for future travellers?

1. Don't pack too much. I packed too many clothes as I didn't know previous how much to pack as this was my first time backpacking. You wanna have some space for clothes and souvenirs. 2. Go with the flow. Your day may differ from the itenary given but this is usually for the better. The guides try and arrange everything to your comforts to make sure you're having a great time!

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David Stratford - January 2016

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Once In a lifetime, great guides you won't forget, unforgettable scenery's, cheap food, value for your money, the best and healthy food you will ever try, constant laughter, great nightlife, blazing sun, the perfect getaway before work/studies.

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What were the highlights of your trip?

Amazing Guides Arron and Jane. Halong bay Hoi an The culture in Hanoi Giving back in Huè Kicking back on the beach Meeting such a wonderful bunch

Do you have 3 top tips for future travellers?

Don't drink too much when staying on the beach. It's a hot early morning! When crossing roads in Hanoi. Just go with the flow. They will go round you! Look after everyone and you will be looked after back.

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Luke Page - January 2016

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Great experience, made new friends, tour guides were legends, amazing.

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Making new friends and meeting new people, seeing loads of cool places that I would have only imagined seeing on Google images, seeing that are hard work volunteering will really benefit people, chilling in hoi an and partying at brown eyes in hue

Do you have 3 top tips for future travellers?

Don't be nervous if your booking on your own because most people are doing the same thing. Wear suncream everyday if you burn easy, don't get to drunk if you have an early start the next day, the hangover and heat will be killing you come mid-day!

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Sophie Brown - January 2016

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Great experience, one I'll never forget.

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Vietnam Experience2016-01-30

Isobella Scott - January 2016

How would you rate your overall experience?
(10/10)
Give us up to 10 words that sum up your experience: for example - "Great experience, made new friends, totally unforgettable!"

The most incredible time spent with the most incredible people.

Please rate the service received from our team before departure
(10/10)
Please rate the accuracy of your pre-departure information
(10/10)
Please rate the service provided by the team in country
(10/10)
Please rate the accommodation during your stay
(9/10)
Please rate the worthwhileness of any volunteering in your trip if applicable.
(10/10)
Please rate your airport pickup (where applicable)
(8/10)
Please rate your in-country orientation
(10/10)
What were the highlights of your trip?

The highlights of the trip were definitely Hue for the volunteering and Brown Eyes, Hoi An for the nightlife and most of all, the people on the tour.

Do you have 3 top tips for future travellers?

SPF50 suncreen Sunglasses Buy a vietnamese sim card

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