Discover the highlights of Vietnam with this comprehensive 10-day tour package designed for travelers from the Philippines. Our tour includes top destinations like Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hoi An, and Ho Chi Minh City to immerse you in Vietnam’s rich culture, stunning landscapes, and mouthwatering cuisine.
Vietnam is a fascinating country known for its natural beauty, vibrant cities, cultural attractions, and welcoming people. It offers an unforgettable experience for all types of travelers from the Philippines – couples, families, solo adventurers and more. With our 10-day tour package, you can conveniently explore the top sights of Vietnam in comfort and style.
We take care of all the planning and logistics, from accommodation and transport to excursions and activities. All you need to do is sit back, relax and create wonderful memories. Read on to discover what this amazing tour of Vietnam has in store for you!
Tour Highlights in Vietnam
Hanoi – The Vibrant Capital City
Our tour begins in the capital city of Hanoi in northern Vietnam. We spend 2 days exploring this bustling metropolis and its wealth of attractions. Discover the Old Quarter featuring charming French colonial architecture, shop at the thousands of stalls and stores, and sample delicious street food. Visit top landmarks like Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the historic Hoa Lo Prison, and Tran Quoc Pagoda on West Lake. A memorable day trip awaits to Halong Bay with its breathtaking limestone formations rising from the emerald waters.
Halong Bay – Natural Wonder of Limestone Islands
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Halong Bay is one of Vietnam’s top attractions. We spend a full day cruising amongst the nearly 2,000 islands scattered across the calm bay. Kayak into grottos, relax on the sundeck, go for a swim, and enjoy a fresh seafood lunch onboard. Return to Hanoi for an evening water puppet show, a unique tradition of northern Vietnam.
Hoi An – Charming Riverside Town
Fly to central Vietnam to explore the incredible heritage town of Hoi An. Perfectly preserved architecture, quaint homes, colorful lanterns, and a lovely riverside setting make Hoi An atmospherically charming. We enjoy a walking tour around the Old Town, visit ancient pagodas and temples, browse the shops, and dine at delicious local restaurants. There’s also free time to relax at nearby beaches, cycle through the countryside, or take a day trip to sacred My Son ruins.
Ho Chi Minh City – Vibrant Metropolis
The tour concludes in energetic Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s largest metropolis. Check out top attractions like the Reunification Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office, and chilling War Remnants Museum. Experience local life in bustling Ben Thanh Market and try regional specialties at outlying Cu Chi Tunnels. Our farewell dinner on the last evening features a stunning cultural show.
Detailed 10-Day Vietnam Tour Itinerary
Below is the day-by-day breakdown of our 10-day Best of Vietnam Tour Package from the Philippines:
Day 1: Arrive in Hanoi
Meet your guide at the airport and transfer to your hotel in Hanoi’s city center. Relax from your flight before an evening welcome dinner and orientation.
Day 2: Hanoi City Tour
After breakfast, embark on a full day tour of Hanoi. Visit top attractions like Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, One Pillar Pagoda, the Temple of Literature, and Hoa Lo Prison. Enjoy a traditional water puppet show performance.
Day 3: Halong Bay Cruise
Journey through rural villages to reach stunning Halong Bay. Board your luxury cruise ship and spend the day sailing amongst the breathtaking karst formations. Seafood lunch, kayaking, swimming, and more onboard activities. Return to Hanoi for the night.
Day 4: Fly to Danang, Transfer to Hoi An
Fly to Danang and transfer to the heritage riverside town of Hoi An. Check into your hotel and enjoy free time to explore. Wander the Ancient Town, pop into shops and cafes, or relax at the beach.
Day 5: Hoi An Walking Tour
Embark on a half day walking tour around Hoi An. Visit Chinese Assembly Halls, the Japanese Bridge, historic family homes and temples. Browse the market, try regional specialties, and enjoy free time in the afternoon.
Day 6: My Son Sanctuary Excursion
Join an excursion to the ancient Hindu ruins of My Son, a UNESCO site located in a verdant valley. Marvel at the centuries-old structures and learn about the fascinating Cham civilization that built it. Return to Hoi An for the evening.
Day 7: Fly to Ho Chi Minh City
Take a morning flight to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s largest, most modern metropolis. Check into your centrally located hotel and take an orientation tour. Enjoy the evening at leisure.
Day 8: Ho Chi Minh City Tour
Spend today exploring the top sights of the city. See the Reunification Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office, and War Remnants Museum. Pass by Chinatown on the way to Ben Thanh Market.
Day 9: Cu Chi Tunnels
Journey out of the city to the Cu Chi Tunnels, a vast underground network used by the Viet Cong during the war. Crawl through tiny passageways and see clever trap doors. Return to Ho Chi Minh City. Farewell dinner tonight.
Day 10: Departure
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before transferring to the airport for your return flight home.
Vietnam Tour Package Inclusions
- Accommodation for 9 nights in 4-star hotels
- Daily breakfasts & 3 dinners
- All entrance fees per itinerary
- English-speaking guide
- Air-conditioned transfers & transportation
- Internal flights (Hanoi – Danang & Danang – Ho Chi Minh City)
- Flights can be booked from Manila or Cebu
- Bottled water daily
- 24/7 support during tour
Why Choose Our Vietnam Tour Package?
- The convenient all-inclusive package takes care of everything
- No hassle – we handle all the logistics and details
- Experienced local guides provide insider knowledge
- Small group tour allows personalized experience
- See all the top highlights at a relaxed pace
- Quality 4-star accommodation throughout
- 24/7 support during your tour
With our fully guided Vietnam tour package from the Philippines, you can sit back and enjoy the convenience of having an expert guide introduce you to the very best of Vietnam. Contact us today to begin planning your memorable trip!
Frequently Asked Questions About Vietnam Tours from the Philippines
How many days do I need for a Vietnam tour?
Most first-time visitors will want to spend at least 10 days in Vietnam in order to see the major highlights. Our comprehensive 10 day tour provides ideal coverage of the top destinations from north to south. For a shorter visit, focus your time on either northern or southern Vietnam.
What is the best time of year to visit Vietnam?
The best time to visit Vietnam is during the dry season from December to April. The weather is sunny and pleasant throughout the country. Temperatures start heating up in May and the rainy season runs from June to November, making travel a bit challenging.
How much does a tour of Vietnam cost?
A good quality group tour of Vietnam including accommodations, transportation, activities and some meals typically costs around $1500 to $2000 USD per person for 10 days. You can have a nice trip on less if you don’t mind budget hotels and transport. Luxury private tours cost upwards of $3000+ per person.
How to get around Vietnam?
The convenient way to travel around Vietnam is by booking a tour package where transport by bus, plane, boat and train is all arranged for you. For independent travel between cities, domestic flights are quick and affordable. Overnight sleeper trains are also an adventurous option.
What vaccinations do I need for Vietnam?
There are no mandatory vaccinations for Vietnam, but it’s recommended to be up to date on routine vaccines plus get vaccinated for hepatitis A, typhoid and tetanus. Malaria prevention medication may be considered for rural areas. Always consult your doctor prior to travel.
What is the official language and currency in Vietnam?
The official language is Vietnamese. English is spoken moderately at hotels and tourist sites. The currency is the Vietnamese dong (VND). US dollars are also widely accepted. ATMs are available to withdraw cash in major cities.
What is the food like in Vietnam? Is it safe?
Vietnamese cuisine is delicious, fresh and vibrant. Rice and noodles are staples. Signature dishes include pho noodle soup, spring rolls, and banh mi sandwiches. Food safety standards are generally good in restaurants and hotels catering to tourists. Only drink bottled water.
What should I pack for a trip to Vietnam?
Light, breathable clothing along with sun protection. Bring formal wear for temple visits. Walking shoes for city touring plus sandals/flip flops for the beach. Light sweater or jacket for cool evenings or air-conditioned bus rides. Umbrella or rain jacket during rainy season.
Ready to Tour Vietnam?
Our fully guided 10-day Vietnam tour package from the Philippines offers the ultimate introduction to this amazing country. You’ll come home with wonderful memories of Hanoi’s hustle and bustle, Halong Bay’s natural splendor, Hoi An’s old-world charm, and Ho Chi Minh City’s energy. Contact us today to start planning your Vietnam adventure!