What to expect on a family tour in Vietnam
When is the best time to go on a family holiday in Vietnam?
Vietnam is a long, narrow country and from north to south climate conditions vary considerably. Generally, the best time of year to go on a family tour in Vietnam is between October and February when the temperature is cooler and the rainy season is over. A light rain jacket and small umbrella are recommended year round.
How many families travel together on a small group family adventure in Vietnam?
In general, you will travel with three to five other families on a family adventure in Vietnam. We have found this is the perfect number for meeting new people and getting to the heart of our destinations.
What age are the children on a family tour in Vietnam?
There is a minimum age limit of seven years for our family tours in Vietnam but the average age of children travelling is 13. If you would like to get an idea of who is travelling on a particular trip, get in touch with our travel specialists and we can share the number and ages of children on your chosen trip so you can find the right fit for your family.
What is the accommodation like on a family holiday in Vietnam?
Depending on the tour, will stay in a mixture of hotels, homestays, junk boats, and overnight trains on your family holiday in Vietnam. Where possible, we make sure that you have at least two nights in the same place so you don’t have to unpack and repack too often. As swimming pools are one of the most important hotel features for families, we always try to find family-friendly hotels with pools.
What will the food be like on a family tour in Vietnam?
Vietnamese food is fresh, fragrant, delicious and offered from a range of venues, from food stalls and street kitchens to restaurants serving quality cuisine. Try the staple noodle soup Pho or the Hanoi speciality Bun Cha.