Vietnam Family Holiday Packages 2023 (17 days)

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This 17-day Wonderful Vietnam family tour package 2033 is specially created for families who wish to see Vietnamese history, culture, and people from North to South with all the top highlights and interesting activities. Couldn’t be more suitable for a family with all age ranges!

The best Vietnam Family Holiday Packages 2023 in 17 days: Hanoi -> Sapa – > Ha Long Bay -> Hoi An -> Da Nang -> Sai Gon -> Mekong Delta -> Can Tho -> Phu Quoc Island -> Sai Gon

You can read Our Vietnam travel guide to know more about this beautiful country’s S-shape.

You can refer to the suggested tour below or get in touch FTrip to create your own itinerary: Vietnam 14 Days Itinerary, Vietnam 10 Day Itinerary, 3 Week Vietnam Itinerary

Day 1: Welcome to Hanoi!

Our guide and driver will pick you up at the airport and transfer you to your hotel for check-in and drop off your bags. (Our first-day schedule could be created and modified to meet your time of arrival). Learn More: Hanoi Travel Guide

Day 2: Charming Hanoi – Half-day city tour – Duong Lam village (B, L)

On the second day of Vietnam family holiday packages (17 days), make our way to Ho Chi Minh Complex to check out Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum where preserved Uncle Ho’s corpse for people all over the country and international visitors to visit their beloved old father, and Ba Dinh Square where President Ho Chi Minh read the Declaration of Independence on September 2, 1945.

Another signature place in the complex is One Pillar Pagoda- a unique architectural style pagoda built in 1049. After that, we will visit the Presidential Palace and Ho Chi Minh’s Residence which was used as his workplace and home back in the old time respectively, and Ho Chi Minh Museum. After that, visit the Temple of Literature- Quoc Tu Giam which is one of the most iconic places in Hanoi. Drive out of the Centre, we get to Duong Lam ancient village. After having a homemade meal with a local family, we will get to know more about Vietnamese culture and history by visiting heritage sites. Then cycle around the village to see the surroundings. Learn more: Hanoi tours (Daily tour)

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Opening Hours: All week, except Monday

+ Summer time (Apr – Oct): 07.30 – 11.00 (morning) & 13.30 – 16.00 (afternoon)

+ Winter time (Nov – Mar): 08.00 – 11.00 (morning) & 13.30 – 16.00 (afternoon)

Read more: Handicraft Villages Near Hanoi, Things to do in Hanoi


Day 3: Charming Sapa (B, L)

After having breakfast at your hotel, we depart to Sapa which is well-known for its weather, majestic mountains, and colorful ethnic minority villages. Sapa is one of best places to visit in Vietnam. During 5 hours bus ride, we stop once at Tram Ton Pass at a height of 2047 meters above sea level, the highest pass in Vietnam. From the top, we can see the spectacular mountain view and lush forests of the Hoang Lien Son National Park. Journey across the scenic landscapes, paying a visit to Love waterfall which is located at about 1,800m above sea level.

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Enjoy a guided walk through the forest that is painted green from the biodiversity vegetation. If we are lucky, we might see the Do Quyen flower (Rhododendron- The national flower of Nepal). Our last stop of the day is the golden stream which has a length of approximately 1,600m with beautiful amber color. Learn more: Sapa, Y Ty and Lao cai tour

Day 4: Sapa – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Fansipan (B, L)

Leave the city for a 2 hours trek on small trails toward Lao Chai village, home of the Black H’Mong tribe. Here you will discover their daily life, and see how they made traditional outfits, indigo, and many other kinds of stuff, on the way to Ta Van, we will pass the biggest valley of rice terraced fields in Vietnam. Ta Van village is shared between H’Mong, Giay, and Dao Do tribes.

After lunch, our guide will pick you up and head to the cable cab station to visit Fansipan Peak- Fansipan Peak – “Roof of Indochina”. There are 2 options to conquer the peak. Normally, it takes 2-4 days by hike or through the modern three-rope cable system within 20 minutes. From the peak, we can enjoy a magnificent view of Sapa, Muong Hoa valley, and Hoang Lien National Park.

 biggest valley of rice terraced fields in Vietnam
 biggest valley of rice terraced fields in Vietnam

Read more: 7 Days In Vietnam – Best Vietnam 1 Week Itinerary For You

Day 5: Sapa – Cat Cat village- Hanoi (B, L)

Today we will have a wonderful time at Cat Cat village which is only 3 km away from the city center. A narrow rock trail will lead you through the whole village, from souvenir shops to memorial houses, and even exhibit houses showing the traditional handicraft such as weaving, and jewelry crafting. One of the highlights of the villages is the Muong Hoa stream and waterfall where we can rest, and enjoy nature while watching traditional dance performances by H’Mong artists. After spending a sufficient about of time in the village, we go back to the hotel, check out and make our way to Hanoi.

Read more: Best Vietnam 6 Day Itinerary – How To Discover Vietnam In 6 Days

Ha Long Bay

Day 6: Spectacular Ha Long Bay (B, L, D)

One of the “cannot miss” destinations when visiting Vietnam is Ha Long Bay the wonder of the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ha Long bay is one of the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam too. Upon arrival, get on a cruise ship to start the journey around Ha Long Bay. It is no need to describe how amazing it is to see the spectacular landscapes with approximately 1600 limestone islands scattering the emerald green water surface and numerous natural caves. You will immerse yourself in nature by floating in the middle of the sea with a kayaking adventure.

After kayaking, watch the sunset. I am sure being there at that magical hour will be a memorable experience for your trip. There will be drinks at the desk or interesting activities such as fishing with local people in the evening. Learn more: Halong bay Vietnam holiday packages (daily tour)

Read more: Best Time To Visit Vietnam & Weather Each Month

Day 7: Ha Long Bay – Ha Noi- Hoi An (B)

Your breakfast will be served while floating on the sea still. This would give you another opportunity to capture the beauty of Ha Long Bay before disembarking time. Our team will pick you up at the Pier to Noi Bai Airport for a flight to Da Nang. Upon arrival, we will go straight to Hoi An and spend the night there. Learn more: Danang & Hoian tour

Day 8: Hoi An – Ba Na Hill (B, L)

Upon arrival in Ba Na Hill Danang, we will hop on one of the cable cars which achieves two Guinness World Records for the longest non-stop single-track cable car (5,042m) and the highest difference in elevation between the top and bottom station (1,292m). Learn more: Best places to visit in Danang Vietnam

The ride offers us a spectacular view of the endless tree line, lush jungle, and Fairy Waterfalls along the way. Once we get to the first stop, feel free to visit Le Jardin Garden, Debay wine cellar, French village, and Linh Ung Pagoda. We can’t miss the famous Golden Bridge which achieves many rewards for its impressive design. This bridge was built at a height of 1.400m above sea level and features a harmonious blend of groundbreaking architecture and spectacular nature. Get on the second cable car to the top of the mountain where we will have our lunch and a leisure walk or challenge our limits with the Peak of Chua Mountain at a height of 1,487m. Visit the trail of Dreaming Stream, the rainbow Waterfall. We will leave for Hoi An at the end of the day.

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Ha Long Bay

Day 9:  Boat cruising- Hoi An Half – day city tour (B, L)

The boat takes us to Kim Bong carpentry village that established in the 15th century. After a century, Kim Bong was known for home appliances and shipbuilding products. The village is no longer known for those products because skillful craftsmen now make handicraft products that meet the market demands. The next stop is Thanh Ha Pottery village which is formed in the 16th century and is the oldest pottery village in Vietnam. Once we get to the Cua Dai river, get on a bamboo basket boat and learn how to catch purple crabs, and explore the seven hectares of water palm forest. Learn more: Food in Hoian

After the activity, enjoy your delicious home cook meal at a traditional house in Hoi An, and then take a walk through the old town to see remarkably well-preserved traditional houses that have withstood 200 years of weather and war. Visit a Japanese Covered Bridge, which was first constructed in the 1590s by linking it with the Chinese quarters. Following Tran Phu street, we will get to The Assembly Halls. There are 4 Assembly Halls in Hoi An, and each of those Halls has belonged to a Chinese community that has its own beliefs, different assembly halls worship different gods and goddesses.

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