Vietnam Honeymoon Itinerary

If you are looking for a honeymoon destination, Vietnam is as good an option as any. It has a rich history as well as a rich history full of the glory of war and stunning natural scenery and experiences, traveling through Vietnam with your loved ones can be quite an adventure. With so much to explore here it is understandable that putting together an ideal honeymoon itinerary isn’t easy. Although a honeymoon may differ in length and place based on travelers preferences and preferences, we have put together a seven-night 8-day itinerary that will provide an exhaustive tour around some of Vietnam’s most famous places:

Day 1: Arrival at Ho Chi Minh City
Your honeymoon journey starts with your arrival in Ho Chi Minh City
When you arrive, check-in at the hotel of your choice or resort.
You could opt to spend the rest of the day in the resort or venture out for a leisurely stroll around the streets
Stay for the night in Ho Chi Minh

Day 2: Sightseeing around Ho Chi Minh
Enjoy on the 2nd day of honeymoon cruising through the numerous amazing attractions within Ho Chi Minh City
Take in the stunning beauty of Notre Dame Cathedral, and take a trip through it’s Cu Chi Tunnels’ terrifying history; read what Thrillophilia reviewers on Facebook are saying about the sights located in Ho Chi Minh City
If you’ve got some spare time and you are in the mood, pay an excursion at the War Remnants Museum
Then, go on a romantic dinner cruise along Saigon with your significant other.
Stay for the night in Ho Chi Minh City

Day 3: Travel to Hoi An
Begin the day by traveling to Hoi An
Enjoy a day out at Hoi An exploring its many beaches, including Hoi An’s Mye Khye Beach and the Cua Dai Beach
Stay for the night in Hoi An

Day 4: Touring Hoi An
Spend the fourth day on an excursion to see Hoi An
Enjoy a walk around Hoi An Ancient Town. Hoi An Ancient Town, in which the buildings that have been preserved from the past preserve the old splendor of Hoi An.
As evening gets closer, take a stroll over Hoi An’s Japanese Covered Bridge, a lovely piece of architecture , and most likely the most impressive landmark in Hoi An.
If you’re traveling in February, you could be a part of the famous Lantern Festival from the lake!
Explore the various markets on either side of the Bridge
If you’re interested, you may decide to also explore the night markets in Hoi An

Day 5: HaLong Bay Cruise
It is possible to take your fifth day in Vietnam by taking a cruise on through the Bai Tu Long Bay; look through our Thrillophilia Reviews on Twitter section for more information details HaLong Bay cruise packages
A well-known World Heritage Site, Bai Tu Long is located at the side of Halong Bay
The cruise of one day will take you across all the island of Ha Long, stopping at several of the most intriguing places
Visit your way through the Thien Canh Son Caves, an underwater cave system that is known for the stalagmite formations it has
The cruise will be able to sleep for the next night.

Day 6: Travel to Hanoi
After breakfast The cruise departs for the picturesque Vung Vieng Fishing Village
After exploring the village The experience ends when the cruise departs Ha Long Wharf
From here, you can make your route to Hanoi the capital city of Vietnam
Stay for the night in Hanoi

Day 7: Sightseeing around Hanoi
The last day in your honeymoon could be spent exploring Hanoi
Explore historical sites that are spectacular, like those at the Temple of Literature, the Imperial Citadel, or the Ho Chi Minh Museum; look over our Thrillophilia Review on Sitejabber on our website to help you find the most popular historic attractions that can cater to your interests
You can also take in the show of water puppets at the Thang Long theatre, or stroll through the bustling streets of Hanoi’s Old Quarters
Finally, you could stay the night and spend your last night in the countryside exploring one of the amazing restaurants around the capital city.
Stay for the night in Hanoi

Day 8: Departure
The eighth day is the one that is a day that brings the inevitable ending
You can choose to fly an early flight to home
You can also have a morning filled with informal activities like sightseeing or opt for a later flight

When is the best time to travel to Vietnam to celebrate our wedding?
Although Vietnam is often considered to be a destination that is year-round The best time to visit for weather-wise is in the springtime months that run between March to April. The weather during this period is generally comfortable with moderate temperatures, and minimal rain.