Mekong Delta

Package tours to Vietnam

Visit Vietnam. One of the biggest challenges anyone looking to visit any single country is finding enough spots to visit or things to do. This might not seem like that big of a problem while you're planning your visit. However, once you start traveling in any one country, you may quickly find yourself having little to do or visit after you've visited the country's 'main attraction.' This might seem weird as you read this but you can easily burn out when you're traveling in a country and its main attractions look too similar or feel to similar to each other. For example, if you are traveling to a country that his renowned for its beaches, after you hit a half a dozen of its beaches, you probably would want to spend the rest of your stay at one beach. There is a certain 'if you've seen one, you've seen them all' type of effect. Well, considering how diverse and varied Vietnam's tourist attractions are, you would never get bored of most of the spots featured in most Vietnam tour packages. In fact, much of Vietnam offers regional and local flavor, so there is little chance to think that you've seen one spot, you've seen them all. There are just so many to see and they have little in common with each other.

For history buffs, you can check out Hue City and Hanoi to see glimpses of Vietnam's royal past. Contrast this with the gritty and in your face experience of crawling through the Cu Chi tunnels near Ho Chi Minh city. Historical spots. Different looks and feelings. Different emotions. For nature lovers, you can check out the river vistas of the Mekong River. This powerful river is one of the major waterways of Southeast Asia and it empties out in the Mekong Delta. If you have ever wanted to witness the power of nature, spend some of your vacation swimming, fishing, and exploring up and down the Mekong River. It truly is something else. As awesome and recharged as you'd feel after some time at the Mekong, you are in for a totally different treat when you trek up the mountains to the Sa Pa Terraces. These terraces are purely man-made but the way they undulate against the mountains has quite a natural feel to it. These terraces look like a stairway to the stars as ancient Vietnamese tribes cut through the faces of mountains to create flat surfaces for raising rice. If you want to see how humans can produce natural-looking structures that complement nearby terrain, you can't get any better examples than the Sa Pa Terraces. They are a must for any decent Vietnam tour packages. Located to the far northwest of Vietnam, these terraces are well-worth the trip to the Chinese border because of their sheer beauty.

As you can tell from the descriptions above, Vietnam offers a wide variety of attractions and vistas which you can't get from many more popular tourist destinations. And the places described above cover only four of the many distinct attractions Vietnam has. If you are in the mood for something different, try Vietnam. There are many affordable Vietnam tour packages which give you a great sampling of the wonderful man-made, historical, and natural attractions Vietnam is blessed with.