Vietnam is recognized for its astounding beauty and is home to some of the most amazing natural wonders on the globe. Picturesque wonderland, with misty mountains, gleaming paddy fields, and stunning waterfalls in the north, and fluffy white sand and brilliant turquoise waters on the south's beaches are the identity of Vietnam. Halong Bay, the Ho Chi Minh Trail, the Truong Son Range, Luang Prabang Mountain, Hoang Lien National Park, the historic city of Saigon, which was renamed Ho Chi Minh City, the Cu Chi tunnels, and the Mekong River Delta are among the most notable destinations to visit in Vietnam with your family on vacation. Take advantage of our 3 nights 4 days Vietnam family tour package and see it all together.
Family vacations used to entail excursions to Disneyland or the family's ancestral home. Today's travelers are more aware of the world map and eager to see new places. This is maybe one of the reasons why Vietnam family vacations have grown in popularity in recent years. Furthermore, the fact that there are numerous sites to visit and activities to participate in this lovely nation draws travelers. So, take the opportunity to visit Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam's capital, an excellent destination to start your vacation since it is rich in history and culture.
Your Vietnam family vacation package begins with your arrival at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City. Your tour captain will be waiting for you and your family and will accompany you to your accommodation. Arrive at the hotel and, after finishing the check-in procedures, relax and combat the boredom of your travel.
You may start your day two excursion on your Vietnam family holiday package once you've had your sumptuous breakfast in your hotel. Your first destination for day two is a little journey from Ho Chi Minh City that allows you to experience living in the Mekong Delta. After arriving, you be driven to the oldest and the third largest suspension bridge, the Rach Mieu. When you stand on the bridge and look out over the South Sea, you will notice the four islets of Ben Tre: Long (Dragon), Lan (Unicorn), Quy (Turtle), and Phung (Phoenix) clustered together among the vast river. This view is known as "Tu Linh," or “The Four Holy Beasts of Vietnam.” Each islet has its own unique characteristics and subtleties just like members in a family, and it all results in a spectacularly vibrant panorama. From here, continue your journey toward Ben Tre where you will take an exciting cruise ride with family in the Ben Tre province on the Ham Luong River. The scenery is stunning here with the creamy coffee-colored rivers meandering through little channels bordered with water palms, thatch, and bamboo cottages tucked among the luscious orchards. After this have an unexpected sight, to say the least of a brick kiln. While entering the brick kiln, you will witness a small Buddhist shrine to the left of the kiln entrance, where you can take blessings for your family’s well-being and you will be surprised to see that almost all the workers are women. And then try husking the coconut shell with your kids for having fun in the workshop. You kid’s will learn how the farmers and their families work hard to take the shell of the coconut. For the kids, we have a special destination on the day, a coconut-candy workshop, which they will surely love the most. Now head to the local market of Nhon Thanh and take a stroll around exploring the products and buy something as a memory of the place if you like. The tour assistant will now take you to a farmer’s workshop that makes sleeping mats, and an old traditional hand-weaving sedge mat. You can enjoy a complementary delicious lunch in the market and after that, we will walk around the village and explore a bit more of the coconut farms, and fruit orchards. You can enjoy hand paddling of wooden sampan on the small waterway, that glides over the canals beneath the canopy of water coconut palms. After exploring the village, culture, and market you will be taken back to Ben Tre town by cruise from where you will be driven back to Saigon. If we will be having time on our hands, we will take you to Ben Luc, which is a rural district of Long An province in the Mekong Delta region, where you can see the complete process of rice farming. Here, our day 2 destinations and activities are finished, so you will be driven back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Your day three fascinating excursion will start after you finish your delicious breakfast at the hotel with your family. Then we will drive to a symbol of solidarity, Tay Ninh, the home of a religion that is a combination of Buddhism and Christianity. And here, attend a ceremony in the Tay Ninh Church and take blessings with family. After prayer, relish sumptuous lunch at a restaurant and get ready to visit the Cu Chi Tunnels. If you are a history buff, this place is no less than a library of the Vietnam War that escalated in the 1960s. Explore the Cu Chi Tunnel by having a chance to enter it and by documentaries and displays of traps. Discover the 250km long tunnel spanned from Saigon to the border of Cambodia with a short introduction to the tunnel network. It's a great opportunity for you and your family to learn about the history and struggle of the people who participated in the war by crawling into a short section of the tunnel. This way day three of your Vietnam Family package has come to conclusion, so get back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Check out of the hotel and be driven to the airport to catch your flight back home. Bring beautiful memories home to your extended family and friends.
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