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“A land of staggering natural beauty and cultural complexities, of dynamic megacities and hill-tribe villages, Vietnam is both exotic and compelling.” – Lonely Planet

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Basic Info

Drinking water: Not safe to drink tap water

Plugs: Type A, C and F (See photo below)

Covid Updates

Not open for international travel 


Official currency: ₫ Vietnamese Dong

Credit cards: Larger restaurants and hotels will take cards. Smaller purchases should be done in cash. 

Tipping:  Always tip the staff directly to be sure it ends up in their hands. Tip 10-15% for your tours, 10% in restaurants, a dollar or two for bellhops, $1 per night for room cleaners. 10-20% for massages. 


24 countries can enter visa free 

E-Visas available for 30 day single entry visits for 81 countries, including the United States, EU citizens, Aus and NZ and many South American countries

**Always check with your government for the most up to date information on visa requirements.**



**Assuming you are current on routine vaccinations. Always check with your government for the most accurate and up to date information on required vaccinations specific to your home country**


Exercise Normal Precautions

**Always check with your government for the most accurate and up to date information on safety**


Official Languages: Vietnamese

Hello: Xin Chào (sin chow)      

Thank-you: Cảm Ơn (gam uun) 

Yes: Da (yah)      No: Không (comb)

When to go

The North: Spring (March – May) and fall (September – November) are generally considered the best time to go. The summer months get very hot and the winter months are very wet. 

Central Vietnam: Da Nang area experiences heavy rains September – December (particularly in Oct/Nov) with the hotter temps coming between May and August. 

The South: Stays warm most of the year but January – April is the driest.  

Peak season throughout the country is June – July because of school holidays for Vietnam but also much of the northern hemisphere while low season is September – October. 

Responsible Travel

There is a large problem with trash and pollution in Halong Bay. Make sure you choose a responsible tour operator 

Support businesses (hotels, restaurants etc.) that take social responsibility whether it be through training programs or pledges against the child sex tourism industry. Read more below

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