It’s always a good time to go travelling in Vietnam. Most months of the year you will experience both sunshine and possibly some rain. It’s usually quite hot and humid most of the time, but it can occasionally get cold, especially in the north of Vietnam between November and February, so it’s always best to bring a couple of warm layers with your summer clothing.

You'll be surprised with how cheap tours in Vietnam can be! From 9 to 15 days, our classic and premium tour options include all transport, stunning accomodation, some meals, an awesome tour guide and an awesome group of new friends to travel with. Simply scroll down for our pricing, and secure a space on our trips from $400/ £200/ €200

From years of experience operating in this beautiful country, we know 9 - 15 days is the most optimal amount of time to spend in Vietnam. This gives you enough time to see the absolute best of Vietnam, plus some epic hidden gems!

If you are from one of the countries on this list you are allowed to visit Vietnam for up to 90 days (max duration dependant on your passport country), without a visa regardless of entry purpose.

If you are not from one of these above countries or wish to stay longer than 15 days in Vietnam, you can apply for a 1 month e-visa here. Please allow at least 5-7 days processing time for this visa.

For more information please download the INTRO Travel app here for iPhone or Google.

While a week can be enough time to experience the top sites and culture of Vietnam we usually recommend you stay a little longer, so you can properly enjoy all of the incredible things this country has to offer without missing anything. By joining one of our group tours we’ll fit as much into the time you have available as possible, with all the best bucket list inclusions sorted for you!

A group tour that includes both the North & South is the best way to see Vietnam! Having all of your accommodation, transport, activities and some meals already organised for you means you can fully enjoy the destination without any added stresses.