Vietnam

Vietnam is furiously delicate and intense, with a unique panache of ancient local cultures and French style that will leave the traveler in awe. Hanoi and Saigon’s historic old quarters and rich in colors and art; ancient temples scent by rich incense and worldwide famous Vietnam’s cuisine exude delicate fragrances. Move smoothly between cobbled streets of Hoi An and the tranquil Halong Bay, then take a flight to relax and pamper your body and mind in the treatment and personalized attention of a boutique hotel in a secluded tropical island.

Trekerie will listen to your wishes and connect you with the best local expert in Vietnam who will design a unique itinerary completely tailored to you.

 

Vietnam TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

The Mekong Delta’s Hidden Treasures

To have a real sense of the local wonders, it is necessary to travel deep into the Mekong, to areas untouched by tourism. Our curated local experts can offer you a personal visit to Sa Dec, the beautiful town immortalized by Marguerite Duras in her novel ‘The Lover’, later a movie. Once there, take time with locals and cycle peacefully stopping by to see the local artisans at work. Finally, if you want a real treat for the senses and the memories, dine with a local family in their 100-year-old traditional house.

Luxurious Overnight Cruise on the Halong Bay

Dine on board of a luxurious boat that will take you to on an overnight cruise along the Halong Bay, a Unesco World Heritage area. Be mesmerized by the spectacular scenery, sky turning purple-red, as your boat sails through the translucent emerald waters passing along the amazing floating villages of the bay.

Follow the Footsteps of the celebrated film “L’amant”

Follow the steps of Marguerite Duras, one of France’s most famous writers, who wrote the sensual exotic novel that inspired the movie ‘L’Amant”. Her life and that of the character mingles in front of your eyes as you visit the places like the Opera House, the Continental Hotel, the City Hall, the Post Office, Notre Dame Basilica or Le Quy Don High School where the author studied.

Vietnam TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

The Mekong Delta’s Hidden Treasures

To have a real sense of the local wonders, it is necessary to travel deep into the Mekong, to areas untouched by tourism. Our curated local experts can offer you a personal visit to Sa Dec, the beautiful town immortalized by Marguerite Duras in her novel ‘The Lover’, later a movie. Once there, take time with locals and cycle peacefully stopping by to see the local artisans at work. Finally, if you want a real treat for the senses and the memories, dine with a local family in their 100-year-old traditional house.

Luxurious Overnight Cruise on the Halong Bay

Dine on board of a luxurious boat that will take you to on an overnight cruise along the Halong Bay, a Unesco World Heritage area. Be mesmerized by the spectacular scenery, sky turning purple-red, as your boat sails through the translucent emerald waters passing along the amazing floating villages of the bay.

Follow the Footsteps of the celebrated film “L’amant”

Follow the steps of Marguerite Duras, one of France’s most famous writers, who wrote the sensual exotic novel that inspired the movie ‘L’Amant”. Her life and that of the character mingles in front of your eyes as you visit the places like the Opera House, the Continental Hotel, the City Hall, the Post Office, Notre Dame Basilica or Le Quy Don High School where the author studied.

WEATHER IN Vietnam

Spring

February to April. Spring in Vietnam is a perfect season. Sail to pristine beaches and islands of the south, such as the Con Dao Archipelago and Phu Quoc Island, or to visit Dalat’s crystal blue-sky lakes and waterfalls. It is very likely that you won’t have showers during this period, although humidity begins to set in around March.

In the Northern mountains of Vietnam, the rice is planted in late Spring, and the rice terraces are iridescent green.

Summer

May to August. It is the time of celebrating religious events throughout the country and the time of the monsoon. If you want to avoid the wet weather, head to the northern hills, which get sporadic rain but are lovely and verdant at this time of year.

August is a great time to visit Vietnam and attend the Ghost Festival when lit lanterns and boats are released on bodies of water to help the spirits of deceased loved ones find their way home.

Fall

September to November. Northern Vietnam is warm and sunny during this time of the year. The temperatures are most pleasant in Hanoi and Halong Bay. Autumn in Vietnam is the best season to see all nature’s splendor hiking through mountainous Sapa in the Far North.

Visiting the south of Vietnam is a perfect choice as rain has mostly dried up and temperatures are significantly cooler , making for great days at destinations like Ho Chi Minh City, along with the Mekong Delta, and island destinations.

Winter

December to January. This is a great time to visit northern and southern Vietnam. Winter is the the most important holiday of the year, time to celebrate the Vietnamese New Year or Tet.

Families gather across the country to celebrate with musical performances, fireworks and dragon dances. It is a perfect time everywhere, even the central coast begins to see less rainfall during the later winter months.

WEATHER IN Vietnam

Spring

February to April. Spring in Vietnam is a perfect season. Sail to pristine beaches and islands of the south, such as the Con Dao Archipelago and Phu Quoc Island, or to visit Dalat’s crystal blue-sky lakes and waterfalls. It is very likely that you won’t have showers during this period, although humidity begins to set in around March.

In the Northern mountains of Vietnam, the rice is planted in late Spring, and the rice terraces are iridescent green.

Summer

May to August. It is the time of celebrating religious events throughout the country and the time of the monsoon. If you want to avoid the wet weather, head to the northern hills, which get sporadic rain but are lovely and verdant at this time of year.

August is a great time to visit Vietnam and attend the Ghost Festival when lit lanterns and boats are released on bodies of water to help the spirits of deceased loved ones find their way home.

Fall

September to November. Northern Vietnam is warm and sunny during this time of the year. The temperatures are most pleasant in Hanoi and Halong Bay. Autumn in Vietnam is the best season to see all nature’s splendor hiking through mountainous Sapa in the Far North.

Visiting the south of Vietnam is a perfect choice as rain has mostly dried up and temperatures are significantly cooler , making for great days at destinations like Ho Chi Minh City, along with the Mekong Delta, and island destinations.

Winter

December to January. This is a great time to visit northern and southern Vietnam. Winter is the the most important holiday of the year, time to celebrate the Vietnamese New Year or Tet.

Families gather across the country to celebrate with musical performances, fireworks and dragon dances. It is a perfect time everywhere, even the central coast begins to see less rainfall during the later winter months.

Images of Vietnam

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