Planning a Vietnam family holiday with kids
If you are planning to spend the holiday with your family in Southeast Asia, Vietnam is your ideal destination. With breathtaking nature, fascinating historical stories and monuments, Vietnam offers various leisure activities for enjoyable family time.Traveling in Vietnam can be divided into three categories: Northern, Central, and Southern Vietnam. The Vietnam family holidays all inclusive package would be your best value option because it covers all expenses and allows you to visit fantastic tourist attractions in the country.
Northern Vietnam Holiday Package
Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, welcomes you with its enchanting beauty. Go on an adventure with your family to discover museums with ancient artifacts, enjoy a walk around Hoan Kiem Lake surrounded by local diners serving delicious food, or sit down for a traditional water puppetry show.
For the right mixture of relaxation, Vietnam family holiday packages often include outdoor activities.
You can go trekking through the lush green valley of Sapa, or book a cruise and soak up the mesmerizing deep green waters and unusual rock formations of Halong Bay-which has been recognized as the natural wonders of the world by UNESCO since 1994.
Central Vietnam Holiday
Popular Vietnam family holiday packages include a visit to Hoi An, Hue, Da Nang, the home of finest ancient sites, providing a family relaxation time with the lovely ancient town, pristine beaches and awesome food. There’s a wide range of activities for all the family such as biking, cooking classes, strolling around the night market.
If you’d prefer the soothing sound of waves, spend your time at the Da Nang beach where it is not crowded as you can see in other beaches, with picturesque traditional Vietnamese fishing boats.
Southern Vietnam Tour Packages
Formerly known as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh is now the largest city in Vietnam, a fascinating mixture of cultures from the East and West. Go for an orientation walk through the Ben Thanh Market, or hop on a Cyclo to Cho Lon-the Chinatown of the city with handmade souvenirs.
An urban adventure to Cu Chi Tunnel or Ben Tre-the land of coconut, or a day of visiting temples, pagodas is usually included in your Vietnam family holidays all inclusive package. Spend the night at the Vietnamese style homestay to meet the hospitable people and enjoy gatherings at a local diner.
Tips For Your Vietnam Holiday
Before you plan a Vietnam holiday with kids, you should consider the time and destinations. The weather varies in different regions from the North to South, so make sure you pack the right clothes and necessary products such as sunblock lotion and allergy medicine.