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Experience Vietnam to the fullest by joining this amazing yoga tour. On this tour, you will be a part of various activities and excursions that you will get you to experience the real Vietnam, along with yoga classes. Enjoy cruising along Ha Long Bay and explore what Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have to offer. Without a doubt, this enjoyable holiday will escape you from the hustle and bustle of your daily life.
You will be accommodated as the following:
Upon arrival at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi, welcomed by our driver and transferred to downtown, check-in your hotel and be free at leisure. Overnight in Hanoi.
After breakfast, you will explore Hanoi’s landmarks including visit Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum exterior, Ba Dinh Square, the One Pillar Pagoda, an 11th-century wooden temple built on a single stone pillar in the water. It was designed to resemble a blooming lotus. Visit the venerable Temple of Literature built in 1077 - Vietnam’s first university.
In the afternoon, you will come to a peaceful and small alley of Hanoi where you will meet your yoga master and have a 2 hour private class of yoga and meditation. Just relax, relax...and relax.
After breakfast, depart by road to Lan Ha Bay. Travel through the rich farmlands of the Delta of Red River and the landscape of rice fields, water buffalo, the daily life of the Vietnamese village. Arrive in Got Pier in Hai Phong City and board your cruise. Lunch on board. The cruise passes by many rocks and islets in many funny shapes. The cruise may stop for a while for visiting one of the best caves on the bay. Later on, the boat moves to the docking area overnight. Dinner and overnight on boat.
Greeting by the morning sunrise from the sea horizon, you can join a Tai Chi lesson for some morning exercise and watch the sunrise over the bay before breakfast. You will visit a beautiful limestone grotto, then head back to the boat for a final glimpse of Ha Long Bay while cruising back to the dock.
Disembarking around 11:00, then your driver will transfer you back to Hanoi.
You will then take a private transfer to the airport for a flight to Danang. Upon landing, you’re met by our driver (no guide) and drive 30 kilometer more to Hoi An Ancient town. Check-in your hotel and overnight in Hoi An.
Welcome your new day with 1 hour of yoga with your master at Nomad Yoga Class.
Back to your hotel for breakfast and then take a guided walking tour around Hoi An Ancient Town. Visit the Japanese Covered Bridge, Chinese Assembly Hall, and the local market. There are numerous art galleries, souvenir and tailor shops where you can get some express made-to-order clothes if.
Later, you will have chance to taste some local treats such as Hoi An bread (Bánh Mì Hoi An) at well-know Madame Khanh or Bánh Mì Phuong, grilled pork and rice paper wraps and rolls, Cao Lau - Hoi An’s noodle grilled pork, noodle, salad, herbals, and bean sprouts. Eat and taste as much as street food you can. Overnight in Hoi An.
Another Yoga practice this morning to fresh your body and fill up more energy before starting your interesting day. After breakfast, meet your motorbike drivers and wear your helmet. Setting off from your hotel and proceed to Cam Kim Island.
Ride along the riverbank into the beautiful rural countryside. Your first stop is to visit a hundred years old Ancestral House of Mr. Huynh Ri and a traditional boat builder yard. After meeting some local families, you will learn the art of sleeping mat weaving, farming, Banh Dap Cake and coffee roasting.
The following stop is to explore Noi Rang and Duy Hai fish markets. Before getting back to your hotel, you will cross Cua Dai Bridge where you can have spectacular panoramic views of Hoi An and also water coconut palm fringed Cam Thanh. Back to the town and be free at leisure.
You will have voucher for to join unlimited yoga class either morning, noon or afternoon. You can have another class this afternoon. You can take a bike at your hotel and ride to your studio. Overnight in Hoi An.
Free time in Hoi An and unlimited joined yoga class is included for you.
This morning, you can enjoy another joined yoga class and goodbye to your classmate. Free time for relaxing until meeting your driver and transfer to the airport for a flight to Ho Chi Minh City. Upon arrival, you will meet Little Vietnam Tours driver (no guide) and transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
After breakfast, visit the moving War Remnants Museum which presents a partial, but riveting, view of the American War, as it is known in Vietnam. Continue to the Reunification Palace, former residence of the Indochina Governor-General and later President of the Republic of Southern Vietnam until the fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975. The day ends with visits to the charming Notre Dame Cathedral, the Old Post Office, one of the oldest buildings Ho Chi Minh City built around 1886-1891, the elegant Saigon Opera House and the bustling Ben Thanh Market.
After breakfast, it takes only a 2-hour pleasant drive to Ben Tre province crossing Rach Mieu bridge. Upon arrival in Hung Vuong Pier, hop on a motorized boat on Ben Tre River - one of the tributaries of the Mekong river while sight-seeing lively activities along the river such as fishing and boats transferring fruits, flowers, and rice to local markets.
Your first stop is at a brick kiln to see how to make bricks traditionally by printing and baking. Those brick kilns are opened in the summertime only when it’s enough sunshine to dry bricks. Continue to visit one coconut processing workshop located along the canals. Return to the boat and go through natural scissors creeks to a village and see some local houses, making sleeping mats, and enjoying some local fruits.
Take a Tuk-Tuk (motorized cart) or bicycle on shady paths, pass by green rice fields and vegetable plains to be able to touch on real life and find out about tropical culture from peasants. Have lunch at a local riverside restaurant. After lunch, take a rowing-boat along beautiful water palm creek before meeting the motorized boat and transferring you back to the pier. Return to Ho Chi Minh City.
Be free in Saigon until being transferred to the airport for your departure flight.
When you step off the bus in the old quarter of Hanoi and wander through the streets, you will find yourself in awe of just about everything. The warmth of the old buildings, the simplicity of life as women and men sold fruit off the back of their bicycles wearing traditional cones shaped hats and most of all how happy, relaxed, and welcoming just about every Vietnamese man and woman.
There is so much to see in Hanoi. Walking the old quarter and through the old city walls from Hoan Kiem Lake, Silver Street, Hang Ngan, Hang Dao, Dong Xuan Market, Hat Street, Bronze Street, etc. Strolling around Hoan Kiem lake and across the brightly painted red The Huc bridge. The atypical Ho Chi Minh museum, and Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.
There are One-Pillar pagoda and Tran Quoc Pagoda for a taste of Buddhist culture. Hoa Lo prison for a glance of the American-Vietnam war. There are many war sights, and it is a true experience to learn about that period from the Vietnamese’ perspective. But the real sight in Hanoi is the people.
The scenery of Halong Bay is unique and relaxing, with thousands of small limestone karst outcroppings dotting the 1500 square kilometers bay. Most of them small and vertical which have kept humans from ever living there, and others larger that have sustained fishing villages over the past 200 years.
You’ll love watching the locals set off to fish in their traditional wooden boats, hearing the single-engine putt-putt-putt-putt pierce the quiet while docked, watching birds launch as the lush green islands glide by and just relaxing on a boat.
There are different ways to experience Halong Bay, and its neighboring Bai Tu Long Bay, and Lan Ha Bay. Both have the same beautiful experience, but Bai Tu Long Bay and Lan Ha Bay are less touristic and hide in it more blue lagoons, untouched beaches, and caverns.
Hoi An has many things to offer. You can come to the town, find an isolated hotel / village resort for relaxation, get rid of the stressfulness of busy life and work. With the combination of both sightseeing and beach, you can stay here for three nights up to a week or more.
If you come to the town for sightseeing only, you can spend at least two nights. The charming ancient town of Hoi An itself will take you a half day to explore its Japanese Covered Bridge, Chinese Assembly Hall, Chinese old houses dating back to the early 19th century, house of an artisan making lanterns, a local market and many more.
One night can't be enough for Hoi An as you never feel bored with this town, even if your time is only spent wandering around streets, sipping a coffee at old-style coffee shops and looking at the daily life of local people, or tasting local street foods.
Ho Chi Minh City is formerly known as (and still referred to by locals as) Saigon. It has different weather to Hanoi and people’s lifestyle is faster and more open. But Saigon changes its pace when the dark falls. It becomes more lively and charming at night.
There is a big gap in the temperature between day and night time. Wind from the Saigon river cools down the city in the evening. Ho Chi Minh City’s must-see attractions are mostly within walking distance and they will take you a half day to visit.
Reunification Palace, War Remnant Museum, History Museum, Ben Thanh Market, Opera House, Notre Dame Cathedral and Saigon Old Post Office, all are located in the District 1. If you have a full day, you can extend your visit to District 5 including the Chinatown, Thien Hau Cantonese temple and Fito Chinese medicine Museum.
You will be served 11 breakfasts at the accommodations, three lunches and a dinner at the local restaurants or on a boat in Lan Ha Bay.
Noi Bai International Airport
Please book your flight to arrive at Noi Bai International Airport (HAN). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Little Vietnam Tours driver will pick you up from the airport.
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