North Vietnam in a week

, North Vietnam in a week
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Day 1: Arrive in Hanoi, check in hotel. Take a tour around the Old Town to see what life is like in this thriving ancient capital. The old houses stood still and watched the motorbikes pass by every day. For a detailed description of your first day in Vietnam, see the Hanoi page.
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Days 2 and 3: After getting a glimpse of what Vietnam is like, your second and third days can be spent visiting the country’s proudest world heritage site – Ha Long Bay. The caves are magnificent and the best part is that you are cruising during your trip. Besides walking up and down to discover the beauty of nature at these limestone caves, you also have the opportunity to swim or kayak. Many said they had a great time at the nearby local fishing village. 2 days would be the best to enjoy Halong Bay.
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Day 4: Rest day in Hanoi. You can visit Ho Chi Minh Complex, One Pillar Pagoda and Museum of Ethnology during the day. In the evening you can board the train to Sa Pa, train tickets from one of the travel companies in the old town. Most of them also offer Sapa package tours which can be a better deal than doing it yourself.

Days 5 and 6: Anyone who has been to Sa Pa can tell you a different story – from the wonder of nature to meaningful friendship with ethnic minorities, from the atmosphere fresh and cool to intense hikes to remote villages. Sapa is a place that cannot be found anywhere else in Vietnam. On the night of the 6th, board the train back to Hanoi.
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Day 7: Coming early in the morning can make you feel very tired, so get plenty of rest. Since this is your last day, take the time to enjoy your last bowl of pho or wrap up your shopping for your buddies.

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