Cozy honeymoon ( Hanoi - Phu Quoc Island 7 days/ 6 nights)

Vietnam is one of the most romantic destinations for couples or honeymooners with the beautiful landscapes, slow-paced resorts, fresh delicious food, great shopping malls and vibrant city life. In this tour you will explore elegant Hanoi, legendary Halong Bay, idyllic beaches and paradise island of Phu Quoc, thriving metropolis Saigon.
Cozy honeymoon Vietnam
Trip route 
 
                          Route in brief 
 
Hotel 3* Hotel 4* Meal 
Day 1 Hanoi Arrival  Medallion 3* Silk Path 4* -/-/D
Day 2  Halong Bay  Pelican Cruise 4* Amour Junk 1 cabin B/L/D
Day 3 Halong Bay - Hanoi  Medallion 3* Silk Path 4* B/L/-
Day 4 Hanoi - Phu Quoc Island  Azura hotel 3* Camia Resort 4*  B/L/-
Day 5 Phu Quoc Island free day  Azura hotel 3* Camia Resort 4*  B/-/-
Day 6  Phu Quoc Island - Ho Chi Minh city - Cu Chi Tunnels  Le Duy 3* Continental hotel 4* B/-/D
Day 7 Ho Chi Minh - Departure flight  No No B/-/-

Hight lights: 
  • Couple cyclo ride through Hanoi Old Quarter, enjoy a welcome dinner with traditional Vietnamese music
  • Overnight cruise on world's wonder Halong Bay, caving to the most beautiful caves 
  • Spend your time together at the 'pearl island' Phu Quoc - the number-one island for couples and newlyweds in Vietnam
  • A city tour in Ho Chi Minh City and explore Cu Chi Tunnels

Detailed program 

 Day 1: Hanoi - arrival  ( -/-/D)
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Hanoi daily life 


Welcome to Hanoi, Vietnam ! The land of unique culture and stunning natural view.
Upon your arrival, your local tour guide will welcome you at the airport then escort you to hotel with private car. Check in hotel and relax before enjoy a cyclo tour around , Hanoi Old Quarter.   welcome dinner with traditional Vietnamese music will give you a first taste of Vietnamese cuisine and their culture.







 

Day 2: Hanoi - Halong Bay ( Cruise in Halong Bay ) - Overnight on luxury boat (B/L/D)
Halong Honey moon
Halong Bay 

Private transfer to Halong bay with your guide. On arrival, boarding on boat and settle at your cabin and enjoy a seafood lunch while cruising around amaze islets amid dramatic natural scenery.
- On the way to visit Sung Sot Cave – one of the most impressive caves in Ha Long, you have time relaxing on boat and admire magnificent limestone such as Dinh Huong mount, Trong Mai islet, you also visit floating villages.
- Keep sailing on the bay to Hidden Cave, stop for kayaking, swimming, snorkeling in emerald water, admiring sunset.
- Enjoy a fresh seafood dinner before having good time of squid fishing and retiring to sleep in your cabin.






 

Day 3 : Ha long bay - Hanoi (B/L/-)

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Halong Bay 

Greeting by the morning sun rise from the sea horizon, you can join a Tai Chi lesson for some morning exercise before breakfast. Continue boating to explore some of the bay’s truly awesome scenery – vertical and unusual rocks and islets emerge from the sea. If weather permitting, there will be an opportunity to swim in the clear waters.

Boat disembarks around 11:00 am then transfer back Hanoi.

On arrival,  ride on a cyclo rickshaw through the city's oldest quarter to discover a captivating universe and a timeless atmosphere. Enjoy a water puppet show. Water puppetry - " puppets that dance on water"- is a tradition that dates back as far as the 11th century when it originated in the villages of the Red River Delta area of northern Vietnam. Today's Vietnamese water puppetry is a unique variation on the ancient Asian puppet tradition.

Check in hotel and free at leisure for discover Hanoi by night. Stay overnight in Hanoi.

*Please note: 2 days Halong cruise itinerary is subject to change bases on each cruise company.
 

Day 4 :  Hanoi  - Flight to Phu Quoc (B/L/-)
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Phu Quoc beach 

Early morning transfer to Hanoi airport for flight to Phu Quoc Island  - one of the most  romantic destination honeymoon. The hotel breakfast box is served in car.
- Upon arrive in Phu Quoc Island, you will be welcomed by local guide and driver who escort you to your hotel for dropping luggage.
- Then transfer the North Island for a visit to Khu Tuong Pepper plantation and Ganh Dau Rock Beach, a special place on Phu Quoc Island.
- Next stop is Phu Quoc Pearl Farm, where you will find out procedures of pearl production.
- A wide collection of cultured pearls is also displayed for your contemplation and shopping.
- Come back hotel to check in and free at leisure.
Stay overnight in Phu Quoc.
 

Day 5 : Phu Quoc  (B/-/-)


Enjoy your whole free day at hotel for swimming and sunbathing or choose optional diving tour to discover undersea worlds.
- Stay overnight in Phu Quoc.

*Please note: Some extra night can be added to the program. If your time is flexible, we highly recommend it.
 Enjoy a free morning at hotel.


Day 6 : Phu Quoc - Ho Chi Minh City (B/-/D)

 

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Cu Chi Tunnels

- Pick up and transfer to the airport for a flight to Saigon. Upon arrival, pick up and transfer to visit theCu Chi tunnels  . The Cu Chi tunnel was built during the war time by the Vietnamese for fighting with enemies, but nowadays it has become an interesting and fun place for tourists.
- After that we driver back to Saigon to visit Reunification Palace  formerly known as Independence Palace.
- Next stop is the City Hall, Ho Chi Minh Monument and Central Post Office which was constructed when Vietnam was part of French Indochina in the early 20th century. It has a neoclassical architectural style. It was designed and constructed by the famous architect Gustave Eiffel in harmony with the surrounding area. Today, the building is a tourist attraction.
- Right nearby, you can see Notre Dame Cathedral .
- Check in hotel. Stay overnight in Saigon.
- In the evening, enjoy a Goodbye dinner on the Saigon River Cruise which will give you the first impression of Saigon by enjoying the night scenery on the cruise boat.

 

Day 7 : Ho Chi Minh City - Departure flight (B/-/-)


Free time for shopping or optional visit before transfer to the airport for flight back home.

It’s time to say goodbye, we thank you for travelling with us and warmly welcome you to come again.

End of services 

 

Included: 

  • 5 nights at centrally located & well selected Comfort hotels 
     Luxury (5- star hotel), High-end (best of the best hotel) properties are also available upon request ]  
  • 1 night on board in Halong Bay
  • 6 breakfasts, 3 lunches & 3 dinners 
  • Entrance fee and sightseeing fee as listed in the itinerary
  • Experienced English speaking tour guide (other languages upon request) 
  • All relevant transfers and transportation in private air-conditioned vehicles
  • Visa pre-approval letter (complimentary)
  • Drinking water & tissue and  Asiatik Travel  gifts (complimentary) 
  • Local taxes & Service charge

Excluded: 

  • Domestic flight tickets with airport tax  ( see reference below)
  • Visa stamp fee (required upon arrival)
  • All drink and meals do not listed in itinerary.
  • Peak season or Public holidays surcharge if any
  • Insurance, gratuities and personal expenses.
  • Tipping for guide, driver and hotel bell boys, etc.

 

1, Weather
Vietnam has a tropical climate, which is characterized by strong sunshine, relatively high temperatures throughout the year and significant rainfall. In general, the country experiences two distinct seasons: a dry and cold season (from November to April) a hot and rainy season (from May to October). But the country stretching over more than 1600km, there are notable differences between the northern and southern provinces. Temperature changes are therefore more noticeable in the more temperate regions of Tonkin (north), while they are barely perceptible in HoChiMinh Ville and in the Mekong Delta. You can visit Vietnam in any season
  Annual average temp. Coldest month Hottest month Average annual precipitation Driest month Rainiest month
Hanoi 24,4oC Jan 16,5oC June 36oC 1678mm Dec  350mm August 2020mm
Hue 25,1oC Jan 19,7oC July 35oC 3039mm Jan 860mm Oct 1930mm
Saigon 27,9 oC Jan 26,8oC April  35oC 1952mm Feb 340mm June 1930mm


2, Take away clothes 
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Take away clothes 
Bring light everyday clothes, preferably cotton, but woolen fabric is recommended for air-conditioned places (Bus for long distances or restaurants) and the mountainous regions of Upper Tonkin or the Highlands where the thermal amplitude can be important between day and night. A jacket or sweater is  obligatory if you are traveling in winter (September to April). Also bring raincost , as the rains are frequent, brief but often torrential, as well as long clothes and socks to protect you from mosquitoes. When you visit the temples, avoid shorts and sleeveless tops. Bring a hat to protect yourself from the sun, don't forget the sunscreen for the beach and mosquito repellents. Also make sure you have decent attire for visiting places of worship. When visiting a pagoda, men should preferably wear pants, because the shorts would shock the monks, women should have their shoulders covered. It is advisable to have comfortable and easy to remove shoes because you will have to take off your shoes at the entrance of these. Finally, closed high shoes are recommended if you are trekking.

3, Passport and Visa?


To prepare your trip to Vietnam, you must be in possession of a passport valid at least 6 months after your return date as well as a visa, valid from 1 to three months from your date of entry into Vietnam. Since July 1, 2016, the government has temporarily exempted citizens of 6 European countries from visa: France, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom for a maximum of 15 days without distinction of category and purpose of entry to Vietnam. For other nationalities and trips longer than 15 days, the visa is always essential to enter Vietnam
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Preparing passport and visa before go to Vietnam
To obtain the visa, you have two possibilities of doing it, either you can directly ask for the visa near the Vietnamese embassy or consullate in your country, for that, bring your passport, two photos and 70 euros or 80 euros for a request by correspondence. We can provide you with the forms to complete for your departure.
Less expensive and faster for you, you can get the visa on arrival (VOA Visa Upon, Visa on arrival). This visa will be delivered on site upon arrival at the airport provided that you have a letter of approval. Asiatik Travel will arrange everything and deliver this letter to you, along with your passport details. This letter with the forms will be delivered to you before your departure. When you arrive at the airport, go to the "Landing visa" counter located before passport control, with this invitation letter and a 4x6 photo. With the form, you will pay 25 USD in cash and exclusively in US dollars to obtain a month's visa.
4, Vaccinations and health
Vietnam poses no particular health or safety problems, but it is advisable to consult the "Advice for Travelers" sheets on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website before leaving: www.diplomatie.gouv.fr
No vaccine is required, except for yellow fever if you are coming from an African or Latin American country where it is endemic. However, it is strongly recommended to be up to date with your vaccinations against polio, diphtheria, tetanus, typhoid and hepatitis A and B, as well as meningitis A and C and Japanese encephalitis for long stays
a, Recommandations:
Veillez à vous protéger du soleil et de la chaleur de manière à prévenir tout risque d'insolation et de déshydradation. Exposez-vous progressivement et pensez toujours à porter chapeau, lunettes de soleil et protection solaire, même par temps couvert. il est également important de boire abondamment et fréquemment.
Ne buvez jamais de l'eau du robinet qui ne serait pas préalablement bouillie ou purifiée avec des pastilles, lavez-vous les mains avant et après chaque repas. 
b, Pharmacy kit
If you are following a particular treatment, take your medication in sufficient quantity, with the doctor's prescription
Also think of everyday products such as foam earplugs, razor, shaving cream, tampons and sanitary napkins. But do not worry there either in case of forgetting: all this is on site without difficulty.

5, Telephone and electricity
a, Telephone: 
To call Vietnam from abroad, dial the international access number (00 from Europe) then 84 (for the Vietnam), the regional prefix without the 0 and the number of your correspondent. To call abroad from Vietnam, dial 00, followed by the country code (33 for France and 32 for Belgium, 41 for Switzerland and 1 for Canada...) followed by the regional prefix without the 0 and number
b, Electricity:
The current is in 220volts. In most hotels, the sockets are also designed to work with flat plug devices like those found in the United States (But in this case, you will also need an adapter if your device works in 110volts)
The national network is very reliable in the big cities as generally in the rest of the country.

6, Tip 
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Long tradional tunic 

In luxury hotels and restaurants, the service is generally included (from 10 to 15%), but elsewhere it is left to your discretion and is not systematic. On the other hand, it is traditional to thank the services rendered by the staff such as: luggage port, boat rowers, drivers of the cylos drivers. Our advice for these cases is often 1-2 euros / 1 person if you appreciate the services rendered. For guides and drivers, if you are in a large group (from 10 people), the tip is often at least 2-3 euros / 1 day / 1 person for the guide and half for the driver. If you are in a small group or two, it depends on your sastifaction to leave, the minimum is 3-4 euros / 1 person / 1 day and half for the driver.

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