Historical and Cultural Heritage Tour Of Vietnam For 14 Days 13 Nights

Starting Ha Noi Capital of Vietnam and majestic Halong Bay, before heading south to Imperial Hue. Having absorbed some culture, it's time to relaxing in Hoi An, where the magnificent Cua Dai Beach and the mesmerising UNESCO protected old town combine to create a magical coastal atmosphere. Finally, end your trip with three nights in Ho Chi Minh city cosmopolitan area. Green Horizon Tours is the perfect holiday for those wanting to knowledge the very best of Vietnam while ensuring you have a relaxing two-week vacation. With all your transport, activity and Hotels requirements pre-booked, on Historical and Cultural Heritage Tour of Vietnam for 14 Days 13 Nights, you will have memories of Vietnam with Green Horizon Tours.

Classic Cultures Tours: Ho Chi Minh-Cat Tien National Park-Da Lat-Lak lake-Buon Me Thuot-Nha Trang. (7days 6nights)

In order to combat better-supplied American and South Vietnamese forces during the Vietnam War, Communist guerrilla troops known as Viet Cong (VC) dug tens of thousands of miles of tunnels, including an extensive network running underneath the Cu Chi District northwest of Sai Gon. Soldiers used these underground routes to house troops, transport communications and supplies, lay booby traps and mount surprise attacks, after which they could disappear underground to safety. To combat these guerrilla tactics, U.S. and South Vietnamese forces trained soldiers known as “tunnel rats” to navigate the tunnels in order to detect booby traps and enemy troop presence. Now part of a Vietnam War memorial park in Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Sai Gon), the Cu Chi Tunnels have become a popular tourist attraction..

Classic Cultures Tours: Ho Chi Minh-Mui Ne-Da Lat-Ho Chi Minh (5days 4nights)

Named after Communist revolutionary Ho Chi Minh, the city formerly know as Sai Gon has emerged from its darkest days to become one of Asia’s most exciting city. How did Americans lose the Vietnam War? Green Horizon Tours’ Guides will lead you through hidden trap-doors to explore the Cu Chi Tunnels that helped thwart the US army at every turn. Da Lat is a city located on Lang Biang highlands – part of the Central Highlands region of Vietnam. Because of its history, special architecture, unique climate features and wide range of beautiful spots, Da Lat is known as one of the most popular tourist destinations of Vietnam

Horse Riding

Dalat is a famous tourist city for its greatest views with the pine forests, vegetable farms and of course, horses as well. Even though you are an experienced horse-rider or completely a beginner, you will get an unforgettable impression when being on horse-back here. We have formed a program for three

Discover Biggest and Beautiful Waterfall in Central Highlands.

Located about 50km south of Dalat, Pongour is only waterfall in which the festival takes place annually. On the 15th of lunar January, young people gather here to take part in joyful activities such as: folk game, traditional rituals of the locals.

City Tours

Da Lat's specific sights are pine wood (forming the name: "City of thousands of pine trees") with twisting roads and tree marigold (Vietnamese: dã quỳ) blossom in the winter. The city’s temperate weather stands in contrast to Vietnam's otherwise tropical climate. Mist covering the valleys almost year-round leads to its name "City of Eternal Spring"

CountrySide Tours.

Discover Elephant waterfall is in a heavily farmed valley at the bottom of a mountain pass, 30km southwest of Dalat. It’s a popular excursion for travellers on the Car, Motorbike, or Bikecycle tours around the Central Highlands, which means there are some trinket stores around the entrance with mildly aggressive owners trying to lure you in. However, in general the tourist tat is pretty tame here – including several concrete toadstools, trampolines and overpriced rice restaurants – and once you’re passed the entrance (free, despite what ‘tourist poachers’ might tell you) you’ll be left alone to tackle to precarious route down to the falls. A blue handrail has been secured into the rock to help guide visitors along the rough, slippery and, frankly, treacherous pathway, which consists of moss-ridden stones, steps cut into volcanic rock, and muddy paths