Family Fun in Southern Vietnam with Vinpearl

Take the whole family on an unforgettable, fun-filled adventure
through Saigon, the Mekong Delta, and Phu Quoc Island.

Phu Quoc Island | Mekong Delta | Saigon

Take the whole family on an unforgettable, fun-filled adventure through southern Vietnam. From the bustling cityscape of Saigon and the vibrant Mekong Delta’s floating network of canals and markets to the idyllic island beaches of Phu Quoc, your family will discover and relax the best of the region in 10 adventure-filled days. Plus, no family holiday in Vietnam is complete without child-friendly accommodation! We have selected three different amazing Vinpearl properties complete with infinity pools, gyms, spas, and most importantly, kid’s clubs, to make sure all members of the family are taken care of. 

Customer Reviews

Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon Is a gorgeous example of Romanesque architecture in the heart of the city centre, right next to Saigon central post office. There’s a stunning statue of the Virgin Mary in the square out front, and plenty of opportunities for lovely photographs. On an evening it’s not uncommon for these to be a couple of street vendors late afternoon/early evening and a warm atmosphere with a few small groups of people sitting around chatting, drinking coffee and eating grilled pork. Jacon - TripAdvisor.

What an interesting historical site and must see for anyone visiting the area. Gives great insight into the way the Viet Cong lived during the Vietnamese war and the methods/tactics they undertook as part of their guerrilla warfare. With exhibitions on everyday life and examples of how people lived and worked in the warren of tunnels without being discovered, as well as the tactics taken to booby trap areas. There is also the opportunity to walk/crawl through a section of the tunnels, which illustrates just how hellish living here must have been. Lauren, Cu Chi Tunnels - TripAdvisor.

Waterslides, rollercoasters, arcade. All fun. The ferris wheel at sunset was a treat. The day exceeded my expectations. Graham, VinWonders Phu Quoc - TripAdvisor.

This is the largest floating market on the Mekong Delta which opens pretty early in the morning and closes by 9 am, while some traders continue until mid-day. It's quite an experience to see trading on the water in action. Start your tour early, preferrably 5.00-5.30 am. We found Cai Rang floating market to be much more worthwhile then the one in Bangkok. Firstly Cai Rang is large and secondly the market is not there for the tourists but has been here for years long. Highly recommended - a must see. Jay - TripAdvisor.


743
118
Day 1: Ho Chi Minh City Arrival (D)
Day 2: Saigon City & Saigon River Dinner Cruise (B,D)
Day 3: The Underground World of Cu Chi Tunnels (B,L,D)
Day 4: Saigon - Vinh Long - Can Tho (B,L)
Day 5: Can Tho (B,L)
Day 6: Can Tho - Phu Quoc Island (B,D)
Day 7: VinWonders Phu Quoc (B,D)
Day 8: Vinpearl Safari Phu Quoc (B,D)
Day 9: The Sleepless City of Grand World Phu Quoc (B,D)
Day 10: Phu Quoc Departure (B)
Inclusions & Exclusions
Tour Price - Save up to 55%
Extra Person Policy
Compulsory Gala Dinner Surcharge 31DEC
Booking Conditions
Pre- and Post-Trip Extensions

Customer Reviews

Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon Is a gorgeous example of Romanesque architecture in the heart of the city centre, right next to Saigon central post office. There’s a stunning statue of the Virgin Mary in the square out front, and plenty of opportunities for lovely photographs. On an evening it’s not uncommon for these to be a couple of street vendors late afternoon/early evening and a warm atmosphere with a few small groups of people sitting around chatting, drinking coffee and eating grilled pork. Jacon - TripAdvisor.

What an interesting historical site and must see for anyone visiting the area. Gives great insight into the way the Viet Cong lived during the Vietnamese war and the methods/tactics they undertook as part of their guerrilla warfare. With exhibitions on everyday life and examples of how people lived and worked in the warren of tunnels without being discovered, as well as the tactics taken to booby trap areas. There is also the opportunity to walk/crawl through a section of the tunnels, which illustrates just how hellish living here must have been. Lauren, Cu Chi Tunnels - TripAdvisor.

Waterslides, rollercoasters, arcade. All fun. The ferris wheel at sunset was a treat. The day exceeded my expectations. Graham, VinWonders Phu Quoc - TripAdvisor.

This is the largest floating market on the Mekong Delta which opens pretty early in the morning and closes by 9 am, while some traders continue until mid-day. It's quite an experience to see trading on the water in action. Start your tour early, preferrably 5.00-5.30 am. We found Cai Rang floating market to be much more worthwhile then the one in Bangkok. Firstly Cai Rang is large and secondly the market is not there for the tourists but has been here for years long. Highly recommended - a must see. Jay - TripAdvisor.


743
118

Sign up to receive our latest news & exclusive travel offers

By subscribing to our mailing list you consent to the collection, use and management of
your personal information as described in our Privacy Policy.