Vietnam is the interesting destination to travel or to make adventure tours. It's really true, because when you chose a Vietnam adventure tour, you will find that many many place are still familiar to nature, from the forest to beach. Besides, our experts very experienced, you don't need to worry about the price, place and food. Let's us help you to enjoy your adventure tour in vietnam.
Top vietnam adventure activities:
Paddle board in Mui Ne
Motorcycling tours: Drive a motorbike from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh - Vietnam
Go diving in Phu Quoc
Kayaking tours: Kayaking and diving in Halong Bay - Vietnam
Homestay in Sapa
Explore the Cu chi tunnels
Vietnam adventure tours reviews
1. Reviewed by kalyalata - december 22,2014
I Loved Vietnam adventure tours very much! Kathy and I were very welcoming and informative, and we were really happy that we chosed the Cu Chi Tunnels tour. Just want to thank Mercury who arranged this Vietnam Adventure Tours.
2. Reviewed by Jonas L - december 20,2014
My family had a great day trip to the Mekong Delta with our great guide who's name was Ms. Duong Phuong. Also you talked at the whole time, but that was necessary imformations. Once there, we felt truly excited, the scence here was very familiar to nature, and that's fit with what we wanted. The food which we ate in the small village was close to the best food we've eaten in Vietnam. I'd thoroughly recommend Mercury and this tour to my friends!
3. Reviewed by Oliver W - december 29,2014
I and my girl booked a day trip to Mekong Delta. The Mecury guide was quite nice and good, but it was quite touristic. Crossed the Mekong only with the boat, so no deeper penetration of the delta (ok, that would be too much for a single day trip), and visited some islands. But a lot of touristic shops we had to pass by. By the end, we landed in a quite original vietnamese village (I hope it was quite original), which was the most interesting. Seeing how the life is behind the city at the countryside.
Perched high in the Southern Central Highlands amidst valleys, lakes and waterfalls, Vietnam's Dalat is known for its mountain scenery and delightfully cool weather. Originally inhabited by the Lat and Ma hill tribes (Da Lat meaning "stream of the Lat...
With the old town looking like a film set (which it was for two nights whilst I was there) for some kind of romantic movie that requires faded colonial grandeur, I found it to be a very charming and relaxing place and welcome break from the hustle and...
Rich in history and culture, Hoi An-Vietnam has remained a well-preserved model of a traditional Vietnam port city of an earlier era. Named a UNESCO World Heritage site, it remains a charming, small riverside town with its history intact.
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