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Whether you dream of gazing at the panoramic views across Hạ Long Bay, trying Vietnamese iced coffee, or strolling through local markets, you’ll absolutely love our guided tours to Vietnam.

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Vietnam & Angkor Wat
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What our travelers say about their trips to Vietnam

Southeast Asia Adventure
07/14/18 by 6th-time traveler Gary
Our tour of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand was wonderful! Each tour director was knowledgeable personable, helpful, and humorous. We learned about the history and culture of each country and saw.
Vietnam & Angkor Wat
This tour met and exceeded all my expectations.
7/27/2018 by first-time traveler Diane
Vietnam is a beautiful country especially Hue and Ho Long Bay. The overnight cruise of the Bay was a once in a lifetime experience - a must see! The people of Cambodia were so welcoming and friendly - always had a smile. All in all a great trip.
Vietnam & Angkor Wat
Experience the History and Beauty of Vietnam
01/06/18 by 12th-time traveler Merrily
The Vietnam and Cambodia tour directors were excellent. The itinerary was well-balanced as three days were spent in each region. If you have a yearning to see Vietnam, this is the tour for you.
Vietnam & Angkor Wat
Outstanding Experience
02/11/17 by 1st-time traveler Alice Marie
Go Ahead does everything to make the travel experience comfortable and stress free. The tour directors were awesome, they really knew the history and made suggestions for things to do during our free time. Hoang, our guide in Vietnam added an extra touch by introducing us to local snacks and treats.
Vietnam & Angkor Wat

Travel tips for Vietnam trips

What are the best things to see in Vietnam?

If you’re planning a Vietnam trip, here are three things you won’t want to miss:

  1. Hô Chi Minh City, where you’ll learn all about Vietnam’s war-stricken past and vibrant, modern culture
  2. Rice fields, where many locals work and where much of Vietnam’s food comes from
  3. Ha Long Bay, where you’ll see all kinds of boats, caves, and coastal towns
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When is the best time to visit Vietnam?

The best time to travel on our Vietnam tours is between December and February when temperatures are milder and rain is minimal.

Overall, since the weather varies along with the landscape, there’s truly no bad time for a Vietnam trip. Just do your research and pack accordingly, and you’re bound to have a great time.

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What should I pack for a Vietnam tour?

Here are a few things to pack for our Vietnam guided tours.

  • Lightweight, loose-fitting clothing that you can easily layer for varying temperatures
  • A light rain coat to keep you dry
  • Sunscreen and bug spray to protect your skin
  • A sturdy pair of walking shoes or sneakers, preferably waterproof
  • Binoculars for a closer look at local wildlife and scenery
  • Long pants or skirts and shawls for visits to temples or other religious sites
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What are some of the best excursions in Vietnam?

Here are some of the top excursions from our Vietnam travel packages:

  • Mekong Delta Cruise, where you can board a motorized sampan for a winding introduction to life on the river, including a trip to the large floating market of Cái Bè
  • The Tu Dúc & Khài Dinh Tombs, where you’ll see iconic relics of Vietnam’s past
  • A Vietnamese Home-Hosted Dinner, where you can get a taste of authentic local flavors and hear stories from Hanoi locals

Learn more about each of these experiences by visiting our Vietnam & Angkor Wat tour page.

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Is Vietnam a good place to go with family?

While less traditional, taking one of our tours of Vietnam could make for a very unique and exciting family trip. Just be aware that many Vietnam sites highlight war history that could be disturbing for younger travelers. Read about one staffer’s experience taking our Vietnam tour with her mother.

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What should I know before I travel to Vietnam?

Before you head off on any tours to Vietnam, you’ll want to learn the difference between U.S. dollars and Vietnamese dong. You’ll need both on a Vietnam trip, as different places only allow certain currencies. For example, Vietnamese dong is more commonly used at local businesses, and U.S. dollars are accepted at larger companies. If you have a choice between paying in dollars or dong, choose dong, as it might be a little cheaper.

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