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8 days Vietnam tour Package

Ho Chi Minh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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8 days Vietnam tour Package

In this 8 days Vietnam tour package we are going to cover Ho chi Minh, Dalat, Danang and Hanoi. We will take flight from Ho chin Minh to Dalat first and then from Dalat to Danang, after spending few days we will visit amazing Hanoi. 

Ho Chi Minh City, which used to be called Saigon, is the largest city in Vietnam and a major economic, cultural, and historical hub. Ho Chi Minh City is a busy city in the south of the country. It has a long history and a lot of different cultures. The city is known for its buildings with a colonial style, its lively streets, and its busy markets. Even though Ho Chi Minh City is a modern, busy place, it is also home to a number of historical and cultural landmarks, such as the Reunification Palace, the War Remnants Museum, and the Notre-Dame Cathedral. These places show visitors some of the city’s rich history and cultural heritage. Ho Chi Minh City has something for everyone, whether you want to check out the city’s lively streets, learn about its history, or just soak up its energy.

Dalat is a popular tourist spot in the central highlands of Vietnam. It is known for its cool weather, beautiful scenery, and colonial architecture. The city is surrounded by rolling hills, pine forests, and waterfalls, which makes it a popular place for outdoor activities like hiking, trekking, and mountain biking.

Danang is a city on the coast of central Vietnam that is known for its beautiful beaches and historical sites. It is the biggest city in the area and is quickly becoming one of Vietnam’s most popular tourist spots. The Marble Mountains, a group of cliffs made of limestone, are also in Danang. They are one of the city’s most important cultural landmarks.

Hanoi is the capital city of Vietnam. It is a busy city with a long and interesting history and a rich cultural heritage. It is known for its old temples, traditional markets, and charming old quarter, where colonial-style buildings and traditional shops line the narrow streets. Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is also in Hanoi. It is a popular tourist spot that brings people from all over the world.

In conclusion, Vietnam has a rich cultural and historical heritage, and these four cities play an important role in preserving and showing off the country’s heritage. These cities have something for everyone, whether you want to learn about Vietnam’s history, see its beautiful landscapes, or dive into its lively culture. This 8 days Vietnam is going to be amazing for you 🙂



Few Important Pointers

  • Stay in a 4* Hotel
  • Hanoi
  • Ho Chi Minh City
  • Train Street of Vietnam
  • See the city from Observation Deck
  • Cu Chi Tunnels
  • War remnants museum
  • Amazing Golden Bridge Tour
  • Bana Hills at Da Nang
  • My Khe Beach

Itinerary Exclusively by

Day 1 : Arrival at Ho Chi Minh Airport + Checkin at Hotel + Cu chi Tunnels

On this day, you will arrive in Ho Chi Minh City. This marks an official start of your 8 days Vietnam tour package. Here is a general rundown of what international tourists need to do when they arrive at Ho Chi Minh (HCM) International Airport:

Passport control: When travelers arrive, they must show their passport and visa (if needed) to immigration officers so that they can stamp the passport and let them in.

Baggage claim: After going through immigration, travelers can go to the area where their bags are stored to get them.

Customs declaration: Travelers must say what they are bringing into the country, even if it is just cash or something of value.

Taxis and other forms of transportation: People who need to get to their destination in the city can find taxis and other forms of transportation outside the terminal building.

As part of COVID-19 health and safety measures, international travelers may be asked to fill out a health declaration form and have their temperatures checked when they arrive.

For the most up-to-date rules and procedures, travelers should check with their airline or the Vietnamese government. Rules and procedures can change from time to time. To speed up the process, travelers should also have a printed copy of their travel plans and a photo of themselves in their passport.

Either you will have to opt for early check-in at the hotel or submit your luggage in the clock room. Now you can start your journey through the Cu Chi Tunnels.

8:00 AM: Departure from Ho Chi Minh City; travel to the Cu Chi Tunnels, which takes approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes by car.

9:30 AM: Arrival and Introduction: Upon arrival, visitors will receive an introduction to the tunnels and their history. This should take around 15 minutes.

9:45 AM: Guided Tour of the Tunnels: Visitors will then be guided through the tunnels, which should take around 1 hour.

11:00 AM: Demonstrations and Equipment: Visitors will have the opportunity to see demonstrations of various traps and weapons that were used during the war, as well as to try out some of the equipment. This should take around 45 minutes.

12:00 PM: Return to Ho Chi Minh City After the visit to the tunnels, visitors will return to Ho Chi Minh City. The journey should take around 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Day 2- Drop to Ho Chi Minh airport for a flight to Dalat in the morning + Crazy House tour

On this day after early breakfast you will be dropped to Ho Chi Minh airport for a flight to Dalat. Once you reach Dalat, you will be picked up in a Private cab for Crazy House tour.

9:00 AM: Departure from Da Lat: Travel to the Crazy House, which is located in the center of Da Lat.

9:30 AM: Arrival and Introduction: Upon arrival, visitors will receive an introduction to the Crazy House and its history. This should take around 15 minutes.

9:45 AM: Guided Tour of the Crazy House: Visitors will then be guided through the Crazy House, which is a unique and quirky architectural landmark. The tour should take around 1 hour.

10:45 AM: Free Time: Visitors will have some free time to explore the Crazy House and take photos. This should take around 45 minutes.

11:30 AM: Return to Da Lat: After the visit to the Crazy House, visitors will return to Da Lat. The journey should take around 15 minutes.

You will then be dropped to your hotel, checkin to the hotel and explore the Dalat city on your own.

End of Day 2 of your 8 days Vietnam tour package.

Day 3 - Drop to Dalat airport for a flight to Da - Nang + pick up at Da- Nang airport- Transfer to hotel in Da - Nang

On this day in the morning, after an early breakfast, you will be dropped off at Dalat airport for a flight to Da Nang. After you arrive in Da Nang, you will be dropped off at your hotel, where you will check in and your tour of the lantern boat ride and Marble Mountain will start.

2:00 PM: Departure from Danang Travel to the Lantern Boat Ride, which is located on the Han River in Danang.

2:30 PM: Lantern Boat Ride: Take a scenic boat ride along the Han River, where visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery and see the city's iconic lanterns. The boat ride should take around an hour.

3:30 PM: Departure for Marble Mountain After the boat ride, travel to Marble Mountain, which is located a short distance from Danang.

4:00 PM: Arrival and Introduction: Upon arrival at Marble Mountain, visitors will receive an introduction to the site and its history. This should take around 15 minutes.

4:15 PM: Guided Tour of Marble Mountain: Visitors will then be guided through Marble Mountain, which is a series of five hills made of marble and limestone. The tour should take around 1 hour and 30 minutes.

5:45 PM: Free Time: Visitors will have some free time to explore Marble Mountain and take photos. This should take around 45 minutes.

6:30 PM: Return to Danang After the visit to Marble Mountain, visitors will return to Danang. The journey should take around 30 minutes.

After that, you will get back to the hotel, and this marks the end of your third day of an 8-day Vietnam tour package.

Day 4 - Bana hill and dragon bridge tour On Sic Basis With Lunch

The Ba Na Hills – Queen Mountain resort is a great place to go because it has cool air all year round (the average summer temperature is about 18 degrees). This makes it known as the "Sa Pa of the Central." Not only is Ba Na known for its weather but also for its beautiful scenery. Let's go to Ba Na Hills Daily Tour with Dacotours to see this "heaven on earth."

Between 7:30 and 8:30, we'll pick you up at your hotel in Danang and take you to Ba Na Hills. (If you pick up in Hoi An, please pay an extra 10 USD.)

Check in at the Suoi Mo Cable Car Station at 9:15 a.m. From Southeast Asia's most modern cable car system, you can see how high things are.

10:30: Ride the funicular railway, go to the Golden Bridge, Linh Ung pagoda, France wine cellar, and D'amour flower garden.

12 o'clock: Have a buffet lunch

13:00: Free time to go to Fantasy Park and play games, explore French Village, climb King Peak at an altitude of 1.487 m, and look at the beautiful views of Bana and DN.

15:00: Go back to the cable car and leave for Da Nang.

Back at your hotel between 16:30 and 17:30. The service is over!

More Danang tours can be found here.


Transportation Tour guide who speaks English
Cable car 2 ways
Buffet lunch at Alpine Coaster and Fantasy Park
Water from rocks

The wax museum's personal costs and services that weren't already mentioned

Under 1 metre: Free From 1 – under 1.3 metre: Children From 1.3 metre: Adult Notes: Give a list of the people in the group, including their full names, birth years, genders, nationalities, and contact information.
– 1 meter = 3.2 feet; 1.3 meter = 4.2 feet

Day 5 : Drop to Danang airport + pick up at Hanoi airport + Hanoi city tour with Lotte Tower observatory deck

After an early breakfast, you will be picked up for a transfer to Danang Airport on this day. You will be picked up from the Da Nang airport and taken on a city tour without first checking into a hotel.

8:00 am - Pick up at hotel

9:00 am - Visit Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum to pay respect to the late President Ho Chi Minh

10:00 am - Explore the One Pillar Pagoda, a unique Buddhist temple in Hanoi

11:00 am - Visit the Temple of Literature, the first university in Vietnam

12:00 pm - Enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant

1:00 pm - Visit the Tran Quoc Pagoda, one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Hanoi

2:00 pm - Visit the Ethnographic Museum, which showcases the rich cultural heritage of Vietnam

3:00 pm - Explore the Old Quarter, a bustling area with narrow streets lined with traditional shops

4:00 pm - Visit the Lotte Tower observatory deck for panoramic views of Hanoi

5:00 pm - Return to hotel

This marks an end of 5th Day of your 8 days Vietnam tour package.

Day 6 : Halong bay day cruise with all activities With Lunch On Sic Basis 0n 6th day of your 8 days Vietnam tour package

Ha Long Bay: Halong Bay is a beautiful natural wonder in northern Vietnam, near the Chinese border. The Bay is dotted with 1,600 limestone islands and islets and covers an area of over 1,500 square kilometers. This extraordinary area was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.

08h15–08h45: Pick up at the hotel in the old quarter for the departure of the Ha Long Bay one-day trip.

10 h00: A soft break at the stopover for 15 minutes.

11:45 a.m.: Arrive at the International Marina. We were greeted by Arcady's Receptionist and then walked along the pier to the cruise.


Discover the Bay and allow visitors to admire the natural beauty of the bay while the cruise passes through the center area of the Bay.
Lunch is ready to be served on the cruise with the various dishes that are typical of Vietnamese food.
Walk up to the most famous and beautiful cave in Ha Long Bay, the Surprising Cave.
Kayaking at leisure or enjoying the beautiful scenery at Hang Luon (Creepy Cave) with the rowboat, which is rowed by the local people in Ha Long Bay,
Visit Titop Island; this is the best time for tourists to go swimming and immerse themselves in Ha Long Bay's emerald green water. spending one hour joining in exciting hiking activities to the top of the mountain to admire the charming Ha Long Bay panorama scenery. (Shoes or Sandal is highly recommended)
Return to Arcady Cruise. Enjoy a cup of tea as the sun sets over Ha Long Bay. It is an ideal time for photography enthusiasts to capture the stunning moment of sunset at Ha Long Bay.
18h00: Disembark at the pier and move back to Hanoi.

Day 7 : Ninh Binh tour ( Tam coc- Trang an- Mua cave) - drop back to hotel in Hanoi On Sic With Lunch.

In the morning after breakfast get ready for day 7 of your 8 days Vietnam tour package.
From 7:30 to 8:00, a tour guide from Ninh Binh Excursion Luxury will pick you up at one of the suggested hotels in the old quarter.
From 9:30 to 9:45, we will visit Hoa Lu, which was the capital of Vietnam from 986 to 1010. where you can find more information about Vietnam's first feudal government.
10:30: Go to Mua Cave, from which you can get a great view of Tam Coc and Ninh Binh city from the top of Ngoa Long mountain.
12 o'clock: Have lunch with a lot of traditional dishes, like spring rolls, goat meat, etc.
13:00: The sampan comes across Tam Coc (a bamboo boat). In almost two hours, tourists will have a chance to get to know the locals, the river, the limestone mountains, the fields, and other things. By boat, you can go through three caves: Hang Ca (the first cave), Hang Hai (the second cave), and Hang Ba (the third cave).
15:00: Cycling: If you go cycling for an hour in the north of Vietnam, you will be amazed by how beautiful the countryside is. Our tour guide will show you what a traditional house looks like and how a local family lives.
16:30: Sunset party at the pool: After walking, hiking, or cycling around Ninh Binh to see its beautiful sights, tourists can relax by swimming, drinking local tea, and eating fresh fruit as the Sun goes down (swimming in the allowable condition)
16h45: Says good bye Ninh Binh
18:45: End your trip at your hotel in Hanoi, where it will be hard to forget.

Day 8 : End of the day + Departure

This is the last day of your 8 days Vietnam tour package. You will definitely spend amazing moments of your life in Vietnam. The people of Vietnam are amazing, and you would not want to leave the country on your last day.
After breakfast, you will check out from the hotel and be dropped to the airport.

Compare the Inclusions and Exclusions

  • 3 Nights Stay at Hanoi in a 4* hotel
  • 2 Nights Stay At Da Nang in 4* Hotel
  • 2 Nights' stay at ho chi Minh city in a 4* Hotel
  • Breakfast Included
  • Return Airport transfers
  • Halong Bay Cruise
  • Vietnam Museum of Ethnology
  • Lotte tower observation deck Hanoi
  • Cu Chi Tunnels
  • War remnants museum
  • Famous Golden Bridge Tour of Vietnam
  • Bana Hills
  • All private transfers
  • Lunch and Dinner
  • Shopping
  • Any Tips
  • Anything that is not mentioned in inclusions
  • Any Flight ticket

Locations involved in this Tour Package

Da Nang
Ho Chi Minh

Transfers Type

Private cab - (Only you, car and Driver)
Sharing Transfers (You & other guests will share)

Other Terms

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Tour's Location

Ho Chi Minh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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Cancellation Policy ?

50% cancellation fee 30 days before travel
75% cancellation fee 15 days before travel
100% cancellation fee within 15 days of travel

What is the best time to visit Vietnam?

Vietnam is a year-round destination, but the best time to visit can vary depending on the region and the desired travel experience. The country has a tropical climate, with three main seasons: the rainy season from May to October, the cool, dry season from November to February, and the hot, dry season from March to April.

Do's and Dont's in Vietnam ?

Here are some general dos and don'ts for travelers in Vietnam:


Respect local customs and traditions.
Take your shoes off when entering a temple, mosque, or someone's home.
Try the local cuisine, as Vietnamese food is delicious and diverse.
Bargain when shopping at local markets, but be respectful and polite.
Carry small denominations of cash, as some small businesses may not accept larger bills.

Don't touch or point with your feet, as they are considered the dirtiest part of the body in Vietnamese culture.
Public displays of affection are not a part of the culture in Vietnam, so don't do them.
Don't litter or dispose of waste improperly.
Don't take photographs of military installations or restricted areas.
Don't purchase items made from endangered animals, such as ivory or rhino horn.
By following these guidelines, you can help ensure a safe and respectful experience while traveling in Vietnam.

What is Vietnam famous for ?

Vietnam is famous for several things, including:

Vietnam has a long and complicated history that has been shaped by many different civilizations. This has left the country with a rich cultural heritage. Visitors can explore ancient temples, pagodas, and monuments, as well as learn about traditional crafts and art forms.

Cuisine: Vietnamese cuisine is renowned for its use of fresh ingredients and flavorful spices, as well as its variety of noodle dishes, soups, and rice plates.

Natural beauty: Vietnam is home to a diverse range of landscapes, from the rugged mountains of the north to the pristine beaches of the south. Some of the country's most famous natural attractions include Ha Long Bay, the Mekong Delta, and the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park.

Historical significance: Vietnam is well known for its role in the Vietnam War, and visitors can visit sites such as the Cu Chi Tunnels, the War Remnants Museum, and the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum to learn more about the country's history.

Street life: Vietnam's cities are known for their bustling street life, with vibrant markets, street vendors, and nightlife. Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are particularly famous for their street food scenes.

Tailor-made clothing: Vietnam is also famous for its tailoring services, where visitors can have custom-made clothing at a fraction of the cost compared to their home countries.

What can you buy from Vietnam ?

Traditional crafts: Vietnam is known for its traditional crafts, such as lacquerware, silk, and bamboo products. Visitors can find a wide range of traditional crafts at local markets and shops, including paintings, vases, and jewelry boxes made from lacquer, and scarves, clothing, and bedding made from silk.

Handicrafts: Visitors can also find a wide range of handmade crafts in Vietnam, including embroidery, baskets, and ceramics. These crafts make great souvenirs and gifts, and can often be customized to suit individual preferences.

Food products: Vietnam is famous for its delicious cuisine, and visitors can buy a wide range of food products to take home with them, including spices, sauces, and condiments, as well as traditional sweets and snacks.

Clothing and textiles: Visitors can find a wide range of clothing and textiles in Vietnam, including traditional ao dai dresses, silk and cotton shirts, and hand-embroidered linens. Vietnam is also famous for its tailoring services, where visitors can have custom-made clothing made to their exact measurements.

Coffee and tea: Vietnam is one of the largest coffee producers in the world, and visitors can buy a wide range of coffee and tea products, including roasted coffee beans, ground coffee, and tea leaves.


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