In todayâ€™s world, there are a few countries whose names are associated with war. Vietnam undoubtedly belongs to this grim list, and this is only one of the reasons why a trip through this remote region is so exciting and yet surprising, because Vietnam is not all about a war. A trip could involve traveling through the unparalleled scenery of Ha Long Bay, or â€˜landing dragon bayâ€™, with its 3000 islets. Alternatively, it could involve traveling to the northern territories, where you could visit the remote villages of Vietnamâ€™s diverse ethnic groups. The name â€˜Mekong Deltaâ€™ might sound frightening and mysterious to some people, but in fact this is one of the countryâ€™s most scenic and pastoral regions, where the daily routine takes place beside the flow of the wide Mekong.
Tourists have been able to travel freely in Vietnam since 1997 and the country has been following a long-term plan to diversify the tourism industry. As a result, tourist arrival, especially small group tours to Vietnam, is constantly rising since 2008.
Now Vietnam has 31 national parks, 9 world heritage sites including Ha Long Bay, one of New Seven Natural Wonders of the world, 8 biosphere reserves zones and the city of Hanoi as one of the worldâ€™s top ten destinations. Join our small group tours to Vietnam â€“ Timeless Charm!