Northern region

The North of Vietnam is undoubtedly the region that will win the hearts of nature lovers. It is here that you will see some of the most beautiful landscapes of the country: terraced rice fields, steep mountains, huge lakes, and of course, the famous Halong Bay. Those who are passionate about culture and local encounters will not be disappointed either as this region is home to many ethnic groups, whose traditional villages you will discover. Finally, the North of Vietnam is also home to the country’s capital, the fascinating city of Hanoi, which is worth a visit.

Central region

The Central region is home to a rich heritage whether cultural, like the old Hoi An, the imperial city of Hue, and the archaeological site of My Son; or natural, like the superb park of Phong Nha. Many of the sites in this region are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Dalat and its surroundings, in the highlands, are nestled in a privileged natural setting, to be discovered during a longer stay. Finally, for swimming enthusiasts, the region also offers some pleasant beaches.

Southern region

The South of Vietnam offers a tropical climate all year round. If one knows of this region essentially through the dynamic city of Ho Chi Minh City, it would be a shame to miss the Mekong Delta and its enchanting landscapes. The region is also ideal for a few days rest on the islands of Phu Quoc or Con Dao, or around the village of Phan Tiet.