Despite its turbulent history, Vietnam has grown into a beautiful country. With its motor cycled filled cities, and the stunning Halong Bay as well as the incredible Sapa Mountains, Vietnam makes for one incredible destination.
Our tour packages offer you the chance to discover Vietnam extensively, or to stop-over as part of an awesome multi-country trip. You can also book flights, hotels, Hanoi city tours, Halong Bay cruises, kayaking along the Mekong Delta, trekking to hill tribes, and cycle tours all in one place. We’re all about more travel, and less stress.
If you’d like to find out more about our packages, or to find something specific for your trip, then contact GYT via the enquiry page and a consultant will get back to you.
Ho Chi Minh City is the southern heart of Vietnam and a massive backpacker hub. This hotel is ideally located in the middle of the backpacker area and very close to Ben Thanh market.
This Hanoi tour covers the historic hot spots, must-see monuments and special spaces that you’d kick yourself for missing. It’s got it all for those wanting to see all the highlights.
From Vietnam’s historic Ho Chi Minh City to Australia’s biggest and best cities - Melbourne and Sydney, these flights have got it all!
Explore vibrant cities, snorkel colourful reefs, shop in quaint Hoi An, float among the karsts of Halong Bay, discover sleepy Laos, cruise the mighty Mekong River.
Start your gap year off with an adventure across the US and then head straight to Asia to see how diverse it is. Japan, Thailand, Vietnam and even India. You’ll be blown away by what you see!
Discover the spirit of Vietnam on a trip from south to north, taking in all the attractions in between. This trip also runs north to south
With golden temples, jade green waters, yellow rice paddy fields & silks, Vietnam is an explosion of colour. See coconut palms, plantations & the locals in their conical hats in the Mekong.
As you slink from old-world Hanoi to ancient Hue and on to Hoi An, beachy Nha Trang and bustling Ho Chi Minh you will quickly realise that the Vietnamese know a thing or two about food.
Cycle the streets of Hanoi, take on the challenge of the Hai Van Pass, weave through rice paddies and villages on the back roads, relax on the beach at Nha Trang.
Cycle around the ruins of the Khmer Empire at Angkor Wat, keep an eye out for rare bird life in Ream National Park, bike out along the Mekong River to a village homestay.