- From: 06/15/2017
- For: 4 days
- Landing in: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
- Returning from: Phu Quoc National Park, Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
1 nightThu. Jun 15-Fri. Jun 16
Con Son Island, Vietnam
1 nightFri. Jun 16-Sat. Jun 17
Ha Tien, Vietnam
1 nightSat. Jun 17-Sun. Jun 18
1 nightThu. Jun 15 - Fri. Jun 16
Once known as Saigon, this city is a mixture of towering skyscrapers and elegant temples, full of great food, history, and culture.
Cu Chi Tunnels, Ho Chi Minh City
A large web of subterranean tunnels, now a Vietnam War memorial, featuring monuments, shooting range, and various artifacts.
Historic Center, Ho Chi Minh City
Full of bustle and history, the streets of Saigon offer a great afternoon of exploration with its stalls, shops, and temples.
Ben Thanh Market, Ho Chi Minh City
Unofficially dating to the 17C, this market is popular with travelers seeking authentic Vietnamese attire, handcrafts, food, and more.
Pham Ngu Lao Street, Ho Chi Minh City
Favored by locals and travelers, this streets is packed full of cafes, markets, tourist agencies, and fun spots to explore.
1 nightFri. Jun 16 - Sat. Jun 17
Unknown to tourists, this island offers an authentic small town Vietnamese experience, untouched quiet beaches, and coral reefs.
Historic Center, Con Son Island
Feel like you're in another time as you explore this island, untouched by modern tourism, and home to a peaceful atmosphere.
Beach, Con Son Island
Relax on Con Son's uncrowded beaches, enjoying the warm sand, clear sea, and sunshine.
Con Dao National Park
With rain forest, mangroves, hills, and streams, visitors to this stunning park can snorkel, hike, take boat rides, and more.
1 nightSat. Jun 17 - Sun. Jun 18
Ha Tien is surrounded with beautiful nature and offers busy markets, diverse architecture, and easy access to nearby natural gems.
Thach Dong Pagoda, Ha Tien
A temple carved into a limestone cave featuring large chambers, a memorial, and several outlets that offer views of Cambodia.
Historic Center, Ha Tien
Walk the colorful streets of central Ha Tien, or visit the marketplace with its lively atmosphere and diverse produce.
Mui Nai Beach, Ha Tien
Offering a pleasant swim and a nice variety of seafood, this beach is popular for its lovely surrounding landscape.
Tam Bao Pagoda, Ha Tien
Dating to the 18C, this Buddhist temple houses a small convent, and features wonderful statues of Vietnamese deities.