Vietnam Roundtrips

Vietnam is an uprising country! However, traditions, cultures and ethnic minorities remain alive in far-off villages. And with them an immense variety of culinary delights is preserved. We show you on your individual trip through Vietnam on hidden routes the real Vietnam.

In Vietnam, you experience an incredible variety of landscapes. Starting with green mountains and rice terraces, to vast water landscapes and winding bays. Explore the legendary Halong Bay and the green water labyrinth of the Mekong Delta. Discover art and architecture in the bustling and time honored cities of Hanoi and Hoi An and the imperial city of Hue. Feel the vibrant activity of the metropolis of Saigon. Stroll through colorful and busy markets and enjoy far-off beaches and encounters with friendly and welcoming people. We will advise you personally.

Christina Bauer

Personal advice for your individual Vietnam roundtrip

Selected Highlights

Vietnam Karte

Hanoi – charming capital of Vietnam

Halong-Bay – Cruise through the UNESCO heritage

Ninh Binh – the dry Halong Bay

Central Vietnam- historical UNESCO heritages

Mekong-Delta – River cruise through the rice bowl of Vietnam

Possible itinerary: Hanoi – Halong Bay – Ninh Binh – Hue – Hoi An – Saigon-Mekong Delta – Saigon

Main Sights of Vietnam

Vietnam is full of highlights;. The country offers a wide range of places and attractions to visit. To give you a first insight, we present some of Vietnam`s highlights here. We would be happy to give you more information about Vietnam in a personal conversation.

Vietnam Mekong Delta floating Markets

Mekong Delta

On its approximately 4.500 kilometers, the twelfth longest river in the world crosses a truly worth seeing region. After its origin in China, the Mekong forms the border between Laos and Myanmar. Further south, after the Golden Triangle, it is the border river between Laos and Thailand. Afterwards, it flows through Cambodia and finally flows through the legendary Mekong Delta into the South China Sea. Large parts of the Mekong are navigable, making it an ideal way of transport for travelers in Southeast Asia.

Phong Nha Waterfall

Phong Nha National Park

Phong Na National Park is located about 450 kilometers south of the Vietnamese capital Hanoi. The park on the Laotian border forms the core of the last closed forest area in central Vietnam and is easily accessible by train from Hanoi or Hue.

Hanoi Opera


A city of millions with an old core, a mix of French and Vietnamese architecture, cuisine and history, traditional handicrafts and modern shops that is Hanoi. The quiet of the night alternates with the hustle and bustle of the day. Lakes and canals, green parks and three-lane boulevards invite you to stroll, shops and cookshops to shop and feast.

Vietnam Halong Bay

Halong Bay

Only a few hours’ drive from the capital Hanoi lies Vietnam`s most famous UNESCO natural heritage site-Halong Bay. The best way to explore it is on a boat tour which often lasting several days. You can marvel at the countless karst islands that rise from the emerald, green water in bizarre formations. Mysterious grottos can be visited on shore excursions. In addition to the natural spectacle, you can also immerse yourself in the original, vibrant life of the fishermen in the floating villages during a trip through the bay.

Green Tiger’s Special Vietnam Tours

One of our special offers in Vietnam: Enjoy walking along the endless rice terraces and relax on a boat ride in Bai Tu Long Bay – the far-off part of Halong Bay. We are one of the few providers to take you there. A real, authentic experience. The tour offers you beautiful insights into the lives of the local people.

Explore art and architecture in Hanoi, Hue or Hoi An. Or experience jungle adventures in the national park of Phong Nha in Central Vietnam. Feel the vibrating life in Saigon and the colourful markets in the Mekong Delta. Hidden beaches and nice resorts in the south are a perfect way to relax for the last days of the trip.

Our invidiual tours to Vietnam are as diverse as the country itself. Our example tours are only suggestions for you. They show some possibilities how to travel the country privately and individualy. With pleasure we adapt the tours according to your wishes.


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FAQ About Vietnam Roundtrips

As the country is divided into three different climate zones, the country can very well be travelled throughout the year.

The rainy season in northern Vietnam lasts from July to September. The best time to travel to the north is therefore from September to December.

The rainy season in Central Vietnam lasts from September to december. November is also considered typhoon season, which brings some travel risk. Therefore, February to May can be considered the best time to travel to Central Vietnam.

The rainy season in South Vietnam lasts from June to October. The best time to travel to the South is therefore from December to March.

The main language in Vietnam is Vietnamese. English is only spoken by a minority of people in Vietnam, especially in the rural areas only a few Vietnamese speak English. In the larger citys many Vietnamese speak English.

Note that it is possible for tourists to drive a car in Vietnam, but there are no car rental agencies available in the country. So the best way to travel through Vietnam is with a private driver or to use public transport.

Vietnam is blessed with an abundance of delicious fruits, vegetables, rice, and seafood. Even the smallest cookshops (or sometimes just these) offer culinary delicacies of the finest. Small snacks to eat throughout the day are also popular, a noodle soup, a few rolls or simply fruit. Its worth trying out different Vietnamese dishes.

Buddhism is still the largest religion Vietnam. But also, Hinduism and Muslim religions can be found in the country.

Some countries have special visa agreements with Vietnam. So many tourists do not even need a visa for entering Vietnam for up to 90 days. Or it is very easy to get a visa-on-arrival at the airport.

Please contact us directly, to get informed about the actual entry regulations.