This south’s geography is not as dramatic as the north, but it is blessed with a milder climate and varied landscapes. You will also be seduced by its islands and beaches.
Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City, former Saigon, vibrates with its dynamic character. It is also considered the economic capital of Vietnam. Witness to a tormented past, it has everything to please: historical sites, cultural sites, old dilapidated wooden stalls, old markets and skyscrapers.
Cat Tien National Park
With more than 71,000 hectares of forests, plains and marshes, this park is one of the largest in Vietnam and is home to one of the biggest tropical rainforests. Learn about the diverse flora and fauna, including many species of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians. One of the most captivating places in the park is Bau Sau, or Crocodile Lake, where you can explore the natural life of crocodiles. It is also possible to go by jeep to observe the wild night in the forest.
Cu Chi Tunnels
Built by Viet Cong fighters, this network of underground tunnels was used to avoid enemy attacks during the Indochina War and then expanded during the Vietnam War. These tunnels served not just as a hiding place, but also as a supply route. You will have the opportunity to practice shooting with real weapons used during the war.
Cao Dai Temple
Also known as Cao Dai Holy See, it was built in 1933 in a unique architectural style that reflects its mixed traditions. Cao Dai religion (Caodaism) is the third largest religion in Vietnam, it is a mixture of Buddhism, Christianity, Taoism, Confucianism and Islam. It is possible to visit Cao Dai temple and Cu Chi tunnels on the same day.
Characteristic of southern Vietnam, the Mekong Delta is one of the must-see places on your trip to Vietnam. The country's “rice granary,” made up of floating houses, markets and even restaurants, will give you a glimpse into local and traditional life in Vietnam.
It’s very convenient to get around by boat, even to Phu Quoc Island. Several cruises are available and will allow you to travel in a different way while discovering a new side of Vietnam.
Phu Quoc Island
Recharge your batteries in Vietnam's seaside paradise, surrounded by idyllic beaches and vast tropical jungles. Despite a significant tourist boom, a few places remain untouched and worth exploring. You can go kayaking, diving or take a bike or motorbike ride through the countryside.
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