Who doesnt like going on holiday? A few weeks in a far flung place where you can immerse yourself in rest, relaxation and other cultures.
One country that may not be the top of your list, but certainly should be, is Vietnam.
A country filled with culture, history, and relaxing places to truly unwind, there is something for everybody to do there.
Lets take a look now at some of the great things to do in Vietnam.
When you visit an exotic location, it is always handy to have an idea of what you want to do. You dont need a to-the-minute itinerary, but a general plan never hurts.
What sort of things are there to do in Vietnam, you may ask?
Lets take a look right now.
What better way is there to explore a country than on foot. Get up close to the scenery, out into the fresh air and experience the beauty of this hidden gem. Vietnam trekking tours are a popular way to see the country. However, some of the very best are in the northern part of the land. Here you can leave mainstream tourism behind and stay with locals in their homes, and experience the true Vietnam.
The Vietnam war museum is a stunning and poignant place to visit. Depicting the brutality of the conflict and the impact of civilians. If you love culture, then this is for you.
There are several different pagoda based excursions and day trips that you can take, which offer you a stunning way to explore the country, see the sights and get a feel for the tranquility that is Vietnamese culture.
With so much to see and do, day trips are a great way to make sure you see everything you need to see in a country like Vietnam.
From touring the Mekong Delta to Halong Bay and even excursions to the north of the country to places like Hoa Lu and Tam Coc. You will be hard pushed to run out of great things to do in Vietnam.
For those that want to get a bit of adventure while on holiday, there are several caves in Vietnam that offer exactly what you are looking for.
From the vastness of Han Son Doong, the largest cave in the world to the caves of Tu Lan, where a day trip will see you walk and swim through the caverns before you reach a secluded beach where you can relax and enjoy the scenery.
Whether you want to sit and relax in hanging pool, trek through the forests and enjoy a laid back cultural experience, Vietnam is one of the few holiday destinations that offer you all of that in one single package.
Covering both tropical and temperate weather conditions, it has sun, rain, and humidity, so having a game plan of things to do in Vietnam means you never need to be caught unprepared.
A land of mystery and intense spirituality, you will find something special waiting for you when you arrive in this great country.
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