(2 weeks of Exciting activities, Local cuisines, Local products,… in Vietnam, supported by Eviva caring travel consultants)
Two weeks is a common length of trip that the majority of families, couples and solo travelers set for Vietnam. Many people organize this trip in their long journey around Southeast Asia whereas others enjoy this one only as part of their summer vacation or Christmas break. With 2 weeks in hand, you have more options than just discovering a region in a one week journey. If you want to spend more time to explore Vietnam, taking domestic flight from one region to another will your best choice. In Vietnam, there are a vast network of domestic flights, which can shorten travelling time between faraway destinations, like from north to south, and you can stay free from the inconvenience of lengthened time on the road. You can also change the order of your itinerary, depending on the airport you are going to arrive at (Ha Noi, Da Nang or Ho Chi Minh City).
Day 1– 4: Hanoi and Halong bay
Please check out the details at Day 1-3 of the Hanoi Itinerary page. You might cut down on the duration of days spending in Halong (as a day tour) in case you might be interested in any other destinations.
Day 5- 8: Hue and Hoi An
A great way to explore the best destinations in Central Vietnam is to review our proposal for a three-day tour through out Hue, Hoi An and Da Nang. In case you want to spend more time in the Ancient town of Hoi An, the excursion can be project more to the town. In Hue, there are bunches of city tours offered in the touristy city center. In case you have trouble navigating the city, join the tour to explore more in less time.
Day 9- 10: Nha Trang and Mui Ne
Let’s simply depart to Nha Trang, if you want to have a real experience of the sunshine, crystal seascape and shimmering sand. The beaches here are listed among the most beautiful ones in the world and ideal for a variety of water-based activities such as windsurfing or snorkelling. Unless you want something crowded, visit Mui Ne instead. The beach is not as attractive and lively as Nha Trang, though, in exchange it owns the tranquility and the beautiful sand dunes nearby. In the summer, you can visit the huge dragon fruits garden and enjoy local fruits for as low as 2 dollars per kilogram. Both Nha Trang and Mui Ne have a imressively large market scene, especially in the morning when fresh seafood is usually traded. If you have a insatiable desire for seafood, do not miss these destinations.
Day 11: Ho Chi Minh city
Beside flights, there are buses for transporting from Nha Trang or Mui Ne to Ho Chi Minh city within some couples of hours (from Nha Trang may take twice the duration)
Day 12- 14: South Vietnam and Mekong delta
Check out Day Trips near Ho Chi Minh City for details on how you can spend your time in South Vietnam. If you are able to spend extra time, book a tour to the floating market near Can Tho or visit Ben Tre to enjoy some riverside local dishes. Learning how to grill creamy freshwater fish wrapped in banana leaves or making coconut candies in the way of Mekong’s origin are likely to be the highlights for your two weeks in the tranquil rural village.