Cruise in Vietnam’s iconic Halong Bay on this trip with Trails of Indochina. // © 2014 Thinkstock
May 15-25, 2014
$1,483 per person, based on double occupancy. Travel agents may pay an additional $550 for a single room.
This 11-day journey through Vietnam begins with two days in and around the capital city of Hanoi, a city characterized by wide, tree-lined boulevards, lakes and colonial architecture. From here, travel agents will go to Halong Bay and board a deluxe junk, or boat, which will take guests to the mysterious Tien Ong cave, adorned with stalactites and stalagmites, and the Cua Van fishing village, the largest of its kind in the bay. The group will later fly to Hue and transfer to the ancient town of Hoi Ann for a walking tour. Additional stops on the itinerary include a biking tour of Tra Nhieu village on Cam Kim island, tours of Hue and Saigon, a cruise on the Mekong Delta and a stop at the famous Chu Chi Tunnels. Accommodations, internal flights, entrance fees and most meals are included in the price.