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Vietnam Group Tours for Solo Travellers

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Vietnam

Why travel solo to vietnam?

Ancient architecture, stirring landscapes and modern cities make Vietnam a destination of compelling beauty.

Vietnam: a nation where the foreign influences of China and France have become familiar, yet it remains resolutely Southeast Asian. Whether you perceive it in the architecture of the cities or taste it in a bite of bánh mì baguette, that sense of cultural exchange remains and even feeds into the richness of modern Vietnam today.

Its cuisine, of course, is world-renowned, from steaming bowls of pho noodles to fresh rich-paper rolls and spicy salads. In fact, it’s worth visiting Vietnam for its food alone (best tasted at tiny street-food stalls, that every corner of Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh and beyond)

But its landscapes offer just as much to savour. From the limestone karsts of Halong Bay to the serene shores of the South China Sea, Vietnam brims with natural wow factor. Terraced rice paddies, white-sand beaches, rugged mountains and tropical rivers; everywhere you turn in Vietnam, there’s another head-turning view, pulling you in a different direction.

And its cities? There’s modern and ever-moving Ho Chi Minh, more traditional Hanoi, with its historic Old Quarter and the lovely lantern-lit streets of Hoi An, to name but a few. Buckle in, it’s time for an adventure…



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Top places to visit in Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City

A whirlwind of a city, Ho Chi Minh has to be experienced. A cultural and commercial hub that houses high-end restaurants to street food stalls, boutique hotels to basic digs, ancient temples to modern skyscrapers, it can often feel like a city of extremes. Explore both Vietnam’s past and present through Ho Chi Minh City.

Halong Bay

In northern Vietnam, near the Chinese border, lies a natural wonder consisting of a vast expanse of water and islands. Towering limestone islands are topped with rainforests, while the water itself is vivid emerald green.

Hoi An

For anyone that likes their holiday with a historical edge, Hoi An is a must. It’s known for its well-preserved Ancient Town, while its mixed cultural heritage is displayed through architecture that spans eras and cultural styles.

Hanoi

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam with a cultural history of Southeast Asian, Chinese and French influences. It’s one of the most ancient capitals in the world and still displays colonial buildings and ancient temples. With a rich gastronomical history too, it’s a city that will tickle your tastebuds.

Trips to Vietnam

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Vietnam facts

What’s the national language?

Vietnamese

What’s the currency?

Vietnamese dong

Timezone

Vietnam’s timezone is GMT+7

Top three activities

1. Explore Vietnam’s caves
2. Kayak across Halong Bay
3. Hike through Pu Luong Nature Reserve

Top five dishes to try

1. Banh mi – Vietnamese baguette sandwich
2. Goi cuon – fresh spring rolls
3. Thit nuong – noodle salad
4. Xoi ga – sticky rice and meat served on banana leaf
5. Pho – noodle broth

30 °c

Average temp in high season

What's the weather like?

While the weather varies from north to south Vietnam, the average summer temperature is 30ºC (86ºF), while winter averages vary between 17ºC and 22ºC (63ºF and 72ºF).

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