We can issue you only one warning: one visit never seems enough to see it all. So pull on a helmet, hop on your motorbike and speed down the Ho Chi Minh Trail - you're in for one hell of a ride!
MY KHE BEACH, DA NANG - Enjoy relaxing and swimming on the pristine, soft, white sandy beach.
Includes return flights, airport taxes, 7 nights stay at 4* Cicilia Hotel & Spa
R1,000 secures this package today!
01 February - 31 July 2019
A bottle of local beer from a bar or restaurant should cost you under 30,000 VND. Head to Hanoi's bustling Bia Hoi stalls, where a pint of locally brewed stuff can cost as little as 20 cent. Yes - 20 cent!
A meal from a cheap restaurant or café will normally set you back about R40 or R50, whilst a dinner in a mid-range restaurant might cost between R140-R200. If you're on a budget, be adventurous and grab lunch from a street food stall for a lot less.
A half-hour taxi ride will cost you under R140 - the same amount as for a scooter per day, for the free spirited.
Coaches from one city to the next are usually R400 or under - they're comfy and many have beds and TV. The biggest transport expense you'll find yourself paying in Vietnam will probably be a boat trip around Ha Long Bay. These cruises can cost anywhere between R1,300 and R4,000 depending on the grade of boat. Make sure you haggle!
A dorm bed in a hostel will cost between R80 and R170, whereas a single room can range up to R275 per night. Doubles are upwards of R400 a night.
A room in a midrange hotel would be somewhere between R550 and R850, but there are some amazing family-run guest houses where you can find a double room for the same price as a hostel, if not less!
Tour prices are valid for new bookings only. A non-transferable, non-refundable deposit of R1,000 per person is payable at the time of booking and the balance due 60 days prior to departure, and is not applicable to all group bookings. Other T&Cs may apply. E & OE.