Vietnam, the 'Land of the Rising Dragon' is surprisingly diverse. Mountain treks, ildyllic beaches, green rice fields, burgeoning towns and warm people in leaf hats - you'll fall under its spell during your trip to Vietnam.
Culture shock, an awakening of the senses, absolute escapism, and varied and breathtaking landscapes await during a trip to Vietnam. A word of warning however to those who are searching for hidden paradises: Vietnam attracts a lot of tourists.
You should go if
If you want to experience culture shock and need to get away from it all
You'd love to cruise on the legendary River Mekong
You dream of sailing on Along Bay
You don't want to have to choose between the sea and the mountains
You want to rediscover the atmosphere of ancient Indochina
You're attracted by unique culinary experiences that can't be found anywhere else on the globe
You feel reassured by following established routes
You shouldn't go if
You hate mass tourism and dislike crowds
You're looking for a destination that's off the beaten track
You're disgusted by the idea of eating insects or dogs
You have less than three weeks to explore the country