Vietnam Escorted Tours & Guided Holidays

Escorted Tours & Guided Holidays to Vietnam

One of Southeast Asia’s most vibrant countries, Vietnam has become a popular destination for people from all over the world wanting a peaceful, natural and, above all, welcoming place to go on holiday. Vietnam tour holidays are an excellent way to see all this extensive, eclectic country has to offer, and Travelsphere is proud to deliver on that front. We’ve designed our Vietnam tours with a view to acquainting overseas travellers with its incredible 2,000-year history and enviable repertoire of attractions. History buffs will delight in its array of landmarks, including the Temple of Literature – a collection of courtyards, gardens and pavilions built in 1070 and dedicated to Confucius – as well as the ancient riverside town of Hoi An. Vietnam is all but guaranteed to exceed expectations; let Travelsphere show you just by how much.

Vietnam must be seen to be believed. It’s here you’ll find the UNESCO-listed Ha Long Bay, with its thousands of limestone karsts and forest-capped isles in various shapes and sizes; beautiful, strange and awe-inspiring, they rise like dragons from the jade-green waters. You’ll also get the chance to discover Hue, Vietnam’s former capital; there’s so much to see in and around the city, such as the imposing tomb of Emperor Minh Mang and the iconic Cat Tuong Quan Zen House, a haven of peace and tranquillity set amid the Thien An Hill pine forest. Visit Vietnam with Travelsphere and enjoy the trip of a lifetime!

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Featured Escorted Tour Holidays

  1. Invitation to Vietnam & the Temples of Angkor

    This fascinating introduction to the diverse landscapes of Vietnam also includes a visit to Cambodia's Angkor temples.

    • 24 meals: 11 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 5 dinners
    • 10 nights in 4-star hotels, overnight cruise, plus 2 nights in flight
    • Return flights

    14 days from
  2. A Journey through Southeast Asia

    Vietnam's stunning Halong Bay, Cambodia's magnificent Angkor temples, Mount Phousi in Laos and a cruise of the Mekong to Thailand – this epic journey includes so much.

    • Return flights
    • 18 nights in 3 or 4-star hotels, overnight cruise, 2 nights in flight
    • 43 meals: 19 breakfasts, 14 lunches, 10 dinners

    22 days from

Frequently asked questions about guided holidays in Vietnam

What are the best tours in Vietnam?

For a fantastic introduction to this breath-taking country - Travelsphere's Invitation to Vietnam & the Temples of Angkor is the perfect trip. Travel the length of the country from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City with an overnight cruise through the UNESCO site of Halong Bay, spectacular drives on scenic coastal roads and a Saigon River cruise to name just a few of the highlights. 

Alternatively, you can opt for the Journey through Southeast Asia which will journey through Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand and immerse yourself in this beguiling part of the world.

What are the highlights of Vietnam?

Halong Bay - this UNESCO listed heritage site is world famous for its emerald waters and some 1,600 islands and islets of towering limestone islands topped by rainforests.

Hue - the former capitol and one of the most charming towns in Vietnam is located on the banks of the beautifully named Perfume River. Wonder around the walled citadel, the ancient seat of royal power whose incredible architecture was inspired by Beijing's Forbidden City and visit the royal tomb of the Emperor Minh Mang, which is surrounded by palaces, temples and pavilions for a real sense of the rich culture of this part of the world.

Ho Chi Minh City - formerly known as Saigon - here you can explore the ChuChi Tunnels -  immense network of connecting passages first built in the late 1940s by the peasant army fighting the French and later extended by the Viet Cong rebels.

What is the climate like in Vietnam?

Vietnam has both a tropical climate zone and a temperate climate zone, with all of the country experiencing the effects of the annual monsoon. Rainy seasons correspond to monsoon circulations, which bring heavy rainfall in the north and south from May to September, and in the central regions from September to January.

What should I pack for a guided holiday in Vietnam?

Modern Vietnamese fashion has been influenced by Western culture so the Vietnam dress code is very casual and relaxed.

We recommend you take loose, breathable clothing that covers your knees and shoulders plus a light jacket or fleece / warm layers for the evening during cooler months.

We always recommend comfortable shoes so you can enjoy walking around the destination.

What is the time zone in Vietnam?

Vietnam is 7 hours ahead UTC. 

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