Vietnam Unveiled – Vietnam 3N4D

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Vietnam's 3 Night, 4 Day adventure package catches the essence of Vietnam's different scenes, rich history, and warm cordiality. Submerge yourself in the excellence of Phong Son, the excitement of Hai Van, the appeal of Hoi An, and the cultural charms of Cam Thanh and My Son. It's an ideal mix of fervor and relaxation, ensuring a remarkable exploration of Vietnam's marvels.

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24 Hours
Group Size
Phong Son

Day 1: Phong Son Discovery

Arrive in Phong Son and start up your adventure with a visit to the popular Marble Mountains, known for their holy pagodas and stunning caves.

Experience the excitement of zip-lining through lavish vegetation and exploring hidden grottos. Partake in a sunset cruise along the Han River, taking in the enlightened beauty of Da Nang.

*Travel Tip : Be familiar with the currency (Vietnamese Dong) and carry some amount. Though credit cards are accepted in metropolitan regions, it's good to have cash, especially in rural areas.

Day 2: Hai Van Pass Expedition

Leave on a grand drive along the famous Hai Van Pass, a winding beachfront street with panoramic views of the South China Sea.

Visit the ancient Cham temple ruins at My Khe Beachside and absorb the set of experiences and culture of the area.

Enjoy a fish feast at Lang Co Beach, surrounded by flawless scenes. Arrive at the charming town of Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and wander through its lamp-lit streets.

*Distance from Phong Son to Hai Van Pass : Approx. 40-50 kilometers
Travel Time : Approx. 1 to 1.5 hours

Day 3: Hoi An, Cam Thanh, and My Son Adventure

Explore the old town of Hoi An, known for its guarded design and dynamic markets. Optional activities include a cooking class or a lantern-making studio.

Cycle through the beautiful field to Cam Thanh Village, where you can encounter customary fishing techniques and a bamboo basket boat ride.

Finish up your journey with a visit to the mystical My Son Sanctuary, a bunch of Hindu temples that date back to the Champa Kingdom.

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Indeed, most travelers to Vietnam require a visa. Nonetheless, residents of specific nations might be qualified for visa exceptions or visas on arrival. It's advised to check with the Vietnamese government office or consulate in your country.

However, Indian passport holders are expected to get a visa to enter Vietnam, and there are various ways of acquiring one.

You can apply for a Vietnam visa through the Vietnam e-visa system.

Pack comfortable clothes for outdoor activities, strong walking shoes, swimwear, sunscreen, a cap, and a camera.

Depending upon the season, think about bringing a light jacket or overcoat. Check the weather conditions forecast for the particular travel dates.

The best time for the visit might rely upon individual preferences. Nonetheless, Vietnam for the most part encounters unmistakable seasons, with spring (March to April) and autumn (September to November) being well-known times because of milder temperatures.

Travel insurance is commonly excluded from the package. It's advisable to buy complete travel insurance to cover unforeseen conditions, like trip cancellations, health-related crises, or lost assets.

Country Information

Weasel coffee, otherwise called Kopi Luwak or civet coffee in Indonesia and the Philippines, is the most expensive coffee in Vietnam.

Things to Note:

  1. While visiting temples and pagodas, it’s important to modestly dress. It is great to carry a scarf or a wrap to conceal.
  2. Be careful about touts who urge guests to utilize specific tour offices, lodgings, shops, and transport companies.
  3. Try not to move to bomb pits and never get near old explosive devices.
  4. Assuming there is one thing you want to be aware of prior to visiting Vietnam it’s that you can’t drink the tap water.
  5. Ensure you affirm the check-in time hours and protocols of your hostels or hotels to try not to get locked out.

*Vietnam Emergency Number – 112