Family Fun in Central Vietnam with Vinpearl

Fun for the whole family awaits in this child-friendly Vietnam program
through the best of the country's central region.

Hue - Lang Co | Hoi An | Phong Nha | Danang

Looking for a family holiday in Vietnam with a mix of discovery, fun and relaxation? Look no further than this incredible kid-friendly program through amazing central Vietnam. Explore world-famous caves in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park and make the world your classroom in Hue’s multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Then, spend quality family time together in Da Nang and Hoi An, whether it's on the beach, at amusement parks, or craft sessions with local artisans! Throughout the journey, you will have 10 nights of accommodation at different 5-star Vinpearl Hotels & Resorts, offering infinity pools, gyms, spas, and most importantly, kid’s clubs! Get in touch today to get started on the family vacation of your dreams! 

Customer Reviews

I was amazed at the size of the Citadel. It's huge. I also did not realise how much was destroyed during the Vietnam war. There is still a lot to see and appreciate and good to see a lot of rebuilding taking place. My recommendation would be to use a guide as you learn so much from someone that understands the history. Definitely worth visiting. Alan, Hue Imperial Citadel - TripAdvisor.

We traveled all the way from Australia just to go to the Ba Na Hills to visit the Golden Bridge and it didn’t let us down. It started from the cable car ride up to the top, the French village, the fantasy game park, the roller coaster, and the main attraction the Golden Bridge. Unbelievable. Money well spent. David, Australia - TripAdvisor.

Probably the most romantic and lovely old town we have been to. Lanterns everywhere. The shops all seem good quality - not the usual tourist-trap rubbish. A really nice place to wander, shop, get a drink, wander a bit more and eat. Across the river is a bit livelier if you like to party later on. We really liked it here and will be back. Bring a camera! Andy, Hoi An Ancient Town - TripAdvisor.

This cave is a must see for visitors travelling in Central Vietnam - it is absolutely amazing! I was a little worried about the 500 plus steps up to the cave, (being fairly unfit and mid sixties) but our guide took us up the flat zig zag path to the cave, and then we came down the steps. The path is still quite steep but manageable. There are 300 odd steps down into the cave (which of course must be climbed back up when coming out) and then a wooden walkway about 1 kilometre into the cave, but it is so worth the effort - simply stunning! Lynne, Paradise Cave - TripAdvisor.


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Day 1: Dong Hoi Arrival
Day 2: The Underground World (B,L)
Day 3: Dong Hoi - Hue (B,L)
Day 4: The Imperial City of Hue (B,L)
Day 5: Hue - Danang (B)
Day 6: Ba Na Hills & Golden Bridge (B,L)
Day 7: The Ancient Town of Hoi An (B,L,D)
Day 8: The Traditional Villages of Hoi An (B,L,D)
Day 9: VinWonders Nam Hoi An (B,D)
Day 10: Beachside Leisure Day (B,D)
Day 11: Danang Departure (B)
Inclusions & Exclusions
Tour Price - Save up to 45%
Extra Person Policy
Compulsory Gala Dinner Surcharge 31DEC
Pre- and Post-Trip Extensions
Booking Conditions

Customer Reviews

I was amazed at the size of the Citadel. It's huge. I also did not realise how much was destroyed during the Vietnam war. There is still a lot to see and appreciate and good to see a lot of rebuilding taking place. My recommendation would be to use a guide as you learn so much from someone that understands the history. Definitely worth visiting. Alan, Hue Imperial Citadel - TripAdvisor.

We traveled all the way from Australia just to go to the Ba Na Hills to visit the Golden Bridge and it didn’t let us down. It started from the cable car ride up to the top, the French village, the fantasy game park, the roller coaster, and the main attraction the Golden Bridge. Unbelievable. Money well spent. David, Australia - TripAdvisor.

Probably the most romantic and lovely old town we have been to. Lanterns everywhere. The shops all seem good quality - not the usual tourist-trap rubbish. A really nice place to wander, shop, get a drink, wander a bit more and eat. Across the river is a bit livelier if you like to party later on. We really liked it here and will be back. Bring a camera! Andy, Hoi An Ancient Town - TripAdvisor.

This cave is a must see for visitors travelling in Central Vietnam - it is absolutely amazing! I was a little worried about the 500 plus steps up to the cave, (being fairly unfit and mid sixties) but our guide took us up the flat zig zag path to the cave, and then we came down the steps. The path is still quite steep but manageable. There are 300 odd steps down into the cave (which of course must be climbed back up when coming out) and then a wooden walkway about 1 kilometre into the cave, but it is so worth the effort - simply stunning! Lynne, Paradise Cave - TripAdvisor.


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