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Cycling

From the flat country lanes of the Mekong Delta to the punishing mountain passes of the North, Vietnam is a great destination for cyclists of all levels. Spend a day ambling along the numerous waterways of the Mekong; take a couple of days to cycle up the scenic coast road from Vung Tau to Mui Ne; or go the whole hog and cycle the entire length of the Ho Chi Minh Trail! Our expert guides will make sure you don't get lost, our support vehicle is on hand when you need a break, and Vietnam's reliance on the bicycle means if you get a puncture or a mechanical problem of any kind, there will always be someone on hand to help you out.

Watersports - things to do

With Mui Ne recently added to the Asian Kitesurfing Tour circuit, watersports in Vietnam are really taking off. We've partnered with Vietnam's top watersports centre in Mui Ne to offer kitesurfing and windsurfing holidays for experts and beginners alike, whilst those who prefer to stay under the water can head for Nha Trang, Hoi An or Phu Quoc for some scuba diving. We can even arrange beginners' classes in a purpose-built pool in HCMC before taking you to open water. Hoi An also offers plenty of action for nautical types, with sailing around Cham Island and jetskiing on the Thu Bon River just two of the activities on offer.

Golf - things to do

Ho Chi Minh himself may not have been a fan, but golf in Vietnam is back with a vengeance, with dozens of courses open for business and dozens more in 
the pipeline. With several courses within an hour or so's drive (including a city-centre driving range and a suburban par-3 course), HCMC is a great base for
golfers, while further up the coast, Mui Ne has two international-standard links courses, including the Nick Faldo-designed Ocean Dunes. Vietnam's oldest 
course is the Dalat Palace course in the south central highlands, which offers a breezier, cooler way to ' play a round, while in the centre, Danangs new 
Montgomerie Links development, just across the road from China Beach, is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of the regions finest courses. In the North, 
there are several courses within easy reach of Hanoi, notably Phoenix Golf Resort, probably the country's most spectacular course, with the holes nestling 
amongst huge limestone cliffs. We can provide golfing packages and add-ons with competitive rates for green fees, caddies and equipment rental in all 
locations - golf clubs and groups welcome!
 

Things to do iin Vietnam

Day 1
: Arrive in HCMC and check in at your hotel to relax, before heading to Ben Thanh night market for your evening meal - choose from dozens of freshly prepared local dishes as you wander among the numerous food stalls.

Day 2: Meet your guide and driver for a full day tour of Saigon. As well as the famous sights such as Notre Dame Cathedral, Reunification Palace, War Remnants Museum and Post Office, the focus will be on local markets including the famous Ben Thanh market and Binh Tay market in Chinatown, the city's main wholesale market, enjoying lunch at the market's bustling food area. In the evening, try some fresh Nha Trang-style seafood at Hong Hai restaurant.

Day 3: Who better to guide you around Ben Thanh food market than one of the city's top Vietnamese chefs? Hell point out various local ingredients to you and select some to use later. After stopping for a snack at one of the food stalls, head for Hoa Tuc restaurant where the chef will teach you to cook 3 Vietnamese dishes, after which you can sample your handiwork for lunch! In the evening, headto Cay Gon, an out-of-town non-touristy local restaurant where you can enjoy various typical southern dishes.

Day 4: Head up the coast to Mui Ne to spend the afternoon relaxing on the beach. In the evening, try some fresh seafood washed down with cold Czech beer at Hoa Vien Brauhaus.

Day 5: Visit Mui Ne fishing village to see the morning catch come home and wander around the bustling market, before heading to the spectacular Red Sand Dunes, White Sand Dunes and Lotus Lake. In the evening, go for dinner at the famous Cay Bang seafood restaurant, where you can dine by the sea and pick your seafood live from the restaurants tanks.

Day 6: Relax on the beach before heading to Mui Ne cooking school around lunchtime. This informal beachside school will teach you to cook various local specialities before consuming them for lunch.

Day 7: One last morning on the beach, then back to HCMC in the afternoon. In the evening, try a rooftop barbecue at 3T Restaurant.

Day 8: Take a morning flight to Danang and then transfer to Hoi An, and have a free afternoon to explore the historic Old Town. In the evening, dine at Mango Rooms, an innovative fusion restaurant run by the friendly Mr Due. Feel free to watch him and his team at work in the restaurants open kitchen!

Day 9: Enjoy a full day tour of this beautiful UNESCO world heritage site including all the major sights, as well as a boat trip on the Thu Bon river to see local fishermen at work.Lunch will be taken at the central food market, where you can try local specialities such as Cao Lau (traditional Hoi An noodle dish), White Rose (wantons), and chicken rice.In the evening, dine at the lively Cargo Club which sells a wide range of local and international dishes in a friendly, charming atmosphere.

Day 10: In the morning, you will take a market visit with your cooking class instructor before heading to her house for your class where you will learn to cook (and eat!) local dishes.

Day 11: In the morning, transfer by road to Hue, Vietnam's ancient imperial capital. Have a short rest before taking a cyclo tour to the citadel and visit the complex on foot. Back to hotel for a rest, then have dinner at home of local family (dinner will be cooked by local family with special Hue cuisine.)

Day 12: A full-day tour of Hue including a boat trip on the Perfume River, a tour of the ancient Citadel, and a visit to Thien Mu pagoda where you will a vegetarian meal prepared by the local nuns. Fly to Hanoi in the evening.

Day 13: In the morning, visit a local market with your chef who will show you how to select local ingredients, before you head to the cooking class where you will learn to cook northern specialities. After eating your handiwork, join your guide for a half-day walking tour of the city's atmospheric Old Quarter. In the evening, dine at the famous Highway 4 restaurant which serves mountain specialities including buffalo, snake and locust, as well as a selection of potent rice wines.

Day 14: One final breakfast in Vietnam (had enough of noodles yet?), leave Hanoi for your onward journey.

 




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