Top-rated Vietnam group tours: Discover Vietnam on affordable budget
Vietnam group tours are a great solution for you to make the most out of your trip while still saving a considerable amount of travel costs. When traveling in a group tour, you’ll not only get to pay less for travel expenses but you’ll also have a chance to meet and make great friends during the whole trip. Let’s find out some of the best group tours to Vietnam in the following article.
Classic Vietnam group tour North to South (10 Days)
This classic Vietnam tour is designed for a group of maximum 18 travelers. During 10 days, you’ll be taken to see the highlight destinations in Vietnam North to South. Start off your journey in Hanoi to take in the bustling atmosphere of the city. Next, head to Halong Bay, board a junk boat and sail around to admire the limestone karsts.
You’ll be transferred to Hue to visit the famous Imperial Citadel, come to Hoi An and be charmed by the peacefulness of the old town or immerse in the dynamic energy of sleepless Saigon. It’s an action-packed trip which includes lodging, meals, transport and many others.
Cycling Vietnam (14 Days)
Discover Vietnam in a friendly and responsible way with this cycling trip. You’ll be traveling by bicycle with an experienced local tour guide through some of the most famous attractions of the country. During the holiday, you’ll get to strengthen your muscles while enjoying the spectacular landscapes along the way.
the dynamic streets of Ho Chi Minh City to colorful fishing villages, terraced rice fields to the ancient town Hoi An. This 14-day cycling group tour will give you different perspectives about Vietnam. After long hours of cycling and exploring, there are moments where you can fully enjoy yourself on the amazing beaches of Mui Ne or Quy Nhon.
Scenic Vietnam (15 Days)
Explore the splendid scenery of Vietnam along with the historic, religious and cultural attractions of the country. This group tour lasts for 15 days and is limited to a maximum of 16 tourists. During the trip, travelers will be taken Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City.
Aside two of the most important cities of Vietnam, there are so many other interesting destinations to discover such as Da Bac region, Cat Ba Island, Hue, Hoi An or the Mekong Delta. The tour also provides you with a chance of trying different activities such as kayaking, cruising or hiking.
Central and Southern Vietnamese Taste (10 Days)
Don’t miss the opportunity to explore Vietnam and try out all kinds of Vietnamese dishes at the same time. This 10-day Central and Southern Vietnam tour is a perfect mix between your love for traveling and your passion for food.
Immerse yourself in the nightlife of Ho Chi Minh City as you stroll through many famous streets on a motorbike. Join a half-day cooking class after visiting many livestock, rice fields and gardens. Next, dedicate your whole day to admire the unspoiled beauty of the Mekong Delta. After discovering Hoi An, you’ll be transferred to Nha Trang and enjoy the stunning beaches in this coastal city.
How to organize successful Vietnam group tours?
Although group tours have many advantages, there are still some certain difficulties. Sometimes a little disagreement among the members can lead to big troubles, which can potentially ruin your whole trip. Below are some of the key points to remember whenever you organize a group tour with other travelers:
Elect a group leader before the trip starts or it can just be a person who is responsible for keeping track of the travel plan.
Every member of the group needs to be on the same page about the budget plan for the trip. You should consider creating a shared pot of money rather than struggling to split every bill during the whole trip.
Choose a central place so that all the members in the group can stay updated with the important information and latest news about the travel plans. It can be a group chat, Google sheets or trip management software.
Ask the tour organizer if there’s any special offer for group travelers.
Plan in advance some activities before the trip starts.
You don’t have to travel together the whole time. In case the group can’t come up with a consensus, the best way is to split up and let everyone do what they want.
Hotels are not always the top-choice for group travel. You and other members can consider renting a homestay, local house or an apartment.
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