Whatever tours you choose for your Vietnam tours: Hanoi tours, Mekong Delta tours, or Ho Chi Minh tours,… They are all part of the seven most popular types of tours listed below.
As such, let’s check these out to see which types of Vietnam tourism you’ve tried before and which ones you haven’t, so you can use those new ones to refresh your upcoming trip to Vietnam, ok?
1. Tours for Relaxation
Relaxing tours are no longer unusual for both Vietnamese and international visitors nowadays. Every day, as the economy grows, so does the average person’s standard of living. As a result, this type of tour is being invested in and developed to meet the needs of the majority of tourists today, who prefer to cooperate traveling with relieving in deluxe resorts.
The benefit of these tours is that they can help you disintegrate all of your anguish, anxiousness, or stress through spa therapy, yoga sessions, and other activities that can make you feel completely relaxed from the inside out.
2. Travelling Within a Tour Fabricated Beforehand
Are you infatuated with local stalls that always sell everything at exorbitant prices? Are you becoming overwhelmed by the amount of information available on the internet about the location to which you wish to travel? Are you perplexed because indigenous culture is so complicated and illogical?
Then nothing is more secure than booking a journey through a travel company. All of your concerns will be alleviated as a result of a knowledgeable and experienced tour guide. And all you have to do is choose a suitable package tour and a destination that you enjoy; the rest will be handled by your tour guide.
3. Traveling Combined With Taking Check-in Photos
Some people, particularly the young, are obsessed with social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram. They always have their smartphone in their hands, whether they’re eating, sleeping, working, studying, or doing anything else. Of course, when traveling, the phone cannot be forgotten in their luggage, along with a mobile charger to recharge the phone’s battery whenever it runs out of power.
To me, taking photographs is not a bad thing, but before taking so many photos like that, enjoy the scenery and the atmosphere first,… Photos are only a small part of your tour; don’t let them take over the entire trip!
4. Backpacking Tour
Many young people have recently developed and chosen this style of travel because it can demonstrate to everyone how good and experienced you are.
The backpackers prefer the small, swampy pathways with many potholes over the asphalted roads. They also do not stay in hotels, preferring the feeling of sleeping in tents close to forests and flowers. They prefer the starlight of the forest night sky to the electric light of luxury hotels or resorts.
They will not eat in restaurants; instead, they will wander the streets and try the street foods, which are flavourful and inexpensive. which can also allow them to admire the way of life of the locals Backpacking tours, on the other hand, are not appropriate for people with poor habits.
5. Discovering Tour
If you failed college and want to start over, or if you are simply tired of everything around you, take some money, a backpack, and go! Tay Nguyen, you can choose from 63 provinces. If you cannot stay at a homestay for a week, you can stay at a cheap motel.
Taking this type of tour allows you to spend time exploring the life of the indigenous people, trying the specialty that you can only read about in the daily paper or magazines,…, making new friends, visiting new places, and admiring the beautiful scenery that few people are aware of. Enjoy the good things in your life to realize how valuable this life is.
6. Photographer Tours
Traveling in the photographer’s style will be difficult because you will have to take on a lot of camera equipment including such cameras, lenses, tripods, batteries, and must be very careful because these are all very expensive things.
To capture the beautiful, rare moments, you will have to stay up late and get up early. To get beautiful photos, you have to go into profound caves that no one has discovered. When you share photos on social media, you will be applauded in return. Nevertheless, it is still a long way from showing the exact location where you took the photograph.
7. Volunteering Tours
Have you heard of a “volunteering tour”? These are young people who are passionate about exploring but also want to help others, particularly the poor and children who do not have the opportunity to attend school.
Their volunteer donation may be small, consisting of a few books, rice, instant noodles, warm clothes, or candy for Highland children, or even some priceless learnings for poor children.
In places like Ha Giang, where the children are still barefoot in the middle of winter, or Krong Bong, where the school lacks a proper toilet. You will discover that “sharing is never redundant, even when traveling.”
8. Sight-seeing Tourism
Vietnam has a diverse landscape, with hills, forests, golden sand, and a white sea… Vietnam’s 64 provinces and cities are 64 special destination in the world on the S-shaped property stretches. There are wonderful scenes “for heaven” everywhere for visitors to visit and admire. Some well-known tourist destinations encompass Halong Bay, Phong Nha – Ke Bang, Da Lat, and Sapa…
9. Food Tour
Vietnam’s landscape is diverse, with mountains, forests, golden sand, and a white sea… On the S-shaped property stretches, Vietnam’s 64 provinces and cities are 64 special destinations in the world. Visitors can visit and admire wonderful “for heaven” scenes all over the place. Popular tourist destinations include Halong Bay, Phong Nha – Ke Bang, Da Lat, and Sapa…