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Why Vietnam? This is the question for many people since the War time, but Vietnam is not just about the War. Vietnam is now known as a fascinating coutnry with a long history and a rich culture. To help you quickly plan your Vietnam holiday, Vivutravel would like to give you a quick Vietnam travel guide.

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1. How to request a tour?
Should you want to request a Vietnam tour package, please give us as much information as possible such as travel date, travel style, interested activities, places of interest, your ideal plan and thoughts of your own, budget...not all information is needed but the more the better for us to design your trip.

2. How to book a tour?
When you agree with our Vietnam tour proposal, you can just send us your full name, arrival and departure flight if you have. We will make advanced reservations and let you know when all confirmed.

3. How to pay a tour?
You can pay 30% deposit first by credit cards, wire transfer, western union and pay the balance on your arrival in Vietnam in cash or credit cards.

4. Can we make changes when things fixed?

Things are possible at Vivutravel, you can make changes without any charge (except for the flights) 2 weeks before your arrival.

5. How to arrange the visa?

We can arrange Vietnam visa authorization letter for you to get the visa stamped on your arrival or at the Vietnamese Embassy or consulate in your country. We need your passport information. Please click

6. What is included in the tour?

Our Vietnam tour packages are 100% tailor made and private. Things are included as below:
• Domestic flights (Economy class), or regional flights, if requested
• All transfers and transportation in private air-conditioned vehicle with driver
• Hotel accommodation in twin/double sharing room, single room on request
• Meals as indicated in the itinerary
• English speaking guide (except free days), other languages on request
• Entrance fees to indicated sights and activities as stated
• Bottled mineral water during touring days
• Visa to Vietnam on arrival


• Visa to Vietnam on arrival
• International FLIGHTS
• Drinks
• Other meals
• Insurance
• Personal expenses
• Expenses for any optional tours or activities during free time

7. Do we have to pay any more money when arrive?
No, the tour price that you receive from us, has already included government tax and service charges. However, tipping is excluded. (tips for tour guides, drivers, bellboy...)

8. Is the tour private?
Yes, the tour is private for you only. No strangers on the tour, except for some kinds of public transport that you may join such as train, ferry, cruise in Halong. During the tour, you will have a private tour guide and driver with you.

9. How much is the daily expense on tour?
Street food is great and cheap, you can spend $3-$5 / meal, but in a fine restaurant, it will cost around $ 10, $15, $20, $ 25 / meal. Soft drinks are mineral water, around $1.

10. Best time to travel to Vietnam?
There is no real best or worst time to visit Vietnam, with travel possible all year, but the seasons vary across the country and you should be prepared to encounter some rain whenever you decide to travel.

Northern Vietnam, (e.g. Hanoi, Halong Bay and Sapa) can be quite cold, damp and misty from November to March. However, it is also possible to experience lovely sunny, cloudless days here during this period. You might need warm clothing and an anorak or other waterproof in case of rain, but these can be cheaply purchased locally if required.

The central region (Hué, Hoi An, Danang and Nha Trang) is at its wettest from September through to December. Traditionally this period sees monsoon rains and occasional typhoons which can cause flooding in the area. Whilst this is rarely of such a level as to seriously affect an itinerary we do advise people travelling in this area over this period that there may be last minute changes to itineraries to accommodate for the weather conditions.

Some people might say that our summer months (June, July, August) are the best time to visit Vietnam. Unusually for Asia the weather in central Vietnam is likely to be sunny and clear during this time, and although there may be short downpours in the south and north, many people see no rain at all and enjoy cloudless sunny skies.

Southern Vietnam will be very humid, and thunderstorms cannot be ruled out, but these generally clear the air and do not prevent you from sightseeing.
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