Sail across Vietnam on an adventurous cruise
Vietnam's bays are naturally beautiful, adorned with emerald limestone cliffs jutting out of the water, and floating markets bustling with locals and colourful produce. This makes Vietnam a fabulous place for a one-of-a-kind cruise, sailing through small bays and spending your time snorkelling, dining and even kayaking in caves.
Take a look at our options below - we'd be happy to add a short cruise onto many of our tours, too.
Visit the lively metropolis of Ho Chi Minh for 2-nights before embarking on a 7-night cruise on the Mekong River taking you through a tapestry of waterways by sampan, passing a colourful collection of local boats from the delta provinces, enjoying a traditional sampan journey and landing on the charming island of Cu Lao Gieng to visit a local village. Visit the darker side of Cambodian history at the Choeung Ek killing fields and end with an exciting trip to Angkor Wat in Siem Reap for 3-nights.
Lan Ha Bay reserves pristine scenery with an intense concentration of limestone mountains, which the sea surface has partitioned into smaller bays and gulfs. With over a hundred beautiful, small beaches lying at the feet of the mountains, there is no problem finding a good spot for swimming or kayaking.