Hanoi - Halong - Phu Quoc (Trip code: BT7DS)

Vietnam beach holiday with Phu Quoc Island combine with Hanoi city tour and Halong bay tour that is perfect choice for traveler, make tourist have impression the beauty of Vietnam. This time is the best season for this tour, weather is nice and amazing price for beach holidays.

Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights

  • Ha-Long-Bay
  • Ha-Long
  • Ha-Long2
  • Hanoi-old-quarter3
  • Hoan-Kiem-lake
  • Phu-Quocs-island
  • Phu-Quoc3
  • Phu-Quocs-island3
  • Hanoi-old-quarter4


  • B - Breakfast
  • L - Lunch
  • D - Dinner
Day 1.


On your arrival, you are met local guide and driver who will take you around Hanoi and Halong for couple of days. If time is permitted, you will take an orientation tour of Hanoi and take a cyclo ride (pedicab) around the ancient quarter of Hanoi. It absolutely is a fascinating way to get the first look of this peaceful and beautiful city. Evening we enjoy the water puppet show, a unique northern Vietnamese art performance that we cannot be missed on our schedule for today. We will have a chance to learn more about the rural life of Vietnamese peasants and national heroes via a series of history story which were beautifully demonstrated by the artists. 

Day 2.

Hanoi - Ha Long (B/L/D)

A new exciting day waiting us to discover, we depart for Ha Long, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site. Hạ Long Bay has an area of around 1,553 km2, including 1,960–2,000 islets, most of which are limestone. The core of the bay has an area of 334 km2 with a high density of 775 islands and islets in all sides reflecting on turquoise water. The limestone in this bay has gone through 500 million years of formation in different conditions and environments.

There are a lot of photo opportunity on our way to Ha Long as we drive through the rural area, street markets, paddy fields, vegetable farms, poultry farms and lotus farms. We take a rest stop Hong Ngoc shop after 2 hour drive for a coffee break then continue to Ha Long Bay. At midday we board the overnight junk for the cruise. A welcome drink is well prepared for us as we get on board then check in and enjoy a pleasant cruise on the bay. Seafood lunch is served on board while the junk is slowly going among the islands and islets. There are some activities for us to join in in this afternoon; visiting to the cave, swimming at Ti Top beach, climbing up the top of Ti Top Island for panoramic view of the bay, kayaking in late afternoon or joining squids finishing at night. The junk is anchored in a quiet bay for overnight. Dinner and overnight on board. 

Day 3.

Ha Long - Hanoi (B)

Morning just join the Tai Chi Class on sundeck for half an hour and then we will have breakfast. We keep on our excursion and visit to Sung Sot cave, fantastic stalactites and stalagmites in all different sides with beautiful natural color. Return to our junk and check out. Enjoy a pleasant cruise back to the pier for disembarkation then drive back Hanoi.

Day 4.

Hanoi - Phu Quoc (B)

Morning enjoy our breakfast then take a light to Phu Quoc Island for 3 days relaxing. Phu Quoc, one of the biggest islands in Vietnam has become one of the top destinations for holiday makers in the recent year cause of its nature beauty and delicious fresh seafood. The beautiful untouched beaches, a mazing coral reef, rainforest, springs, local habits and customs, hospitality and friendly people make this island become a unique character and an interesting place to visit. Just relax and explore this wonderful Island. 

Day 5.

Phu Quoc Island (B)

Free at leisure.

Day 6.

Phu Quoc Island (B)

Free at leisure.

Day 7.

Phu Quoc Island - Ho Chi Minh - Departure (B)

Morning enjoy our breakfast then fly to Tan Son Nhat Airport then connect to your departure flight home.

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