We’ve got the perfect Vietnam Backpacker Itinerary for you. Long and thin with over 3,000km of coast, two distinct areas are normally considered to make up Vietnam’s crescent-like shape: the North and the South. Often, while one side enjoys a long dry season, the other sulks in their wet season. Be sure to check the respective climates before you book any flights. Read more “WIT: Vietnam Backpacker Itinerary & Budget 2019”
We’ve counted 11 Dalat attractions that you can’t afford to miss. But if you’re lucky enough to spend more time in town, then it’s sure to become a highlight of your trip to the south of Vietnam.
Dalat is a place that few backpackers choose to visit, despite its obvious attractions. Conveniently located between Mui Ne and Hoi An, this fresh ‘Little Paris’, is the most French creation in all of Vietnam and it shows. Here you’ll find vineyards, rolling highland hills, and grand French balconies adorning pretty and prestigious old homes.
When planning your Hoi An itinerary, you will soon realise that there are heaps of things to do, taste and see. Whether you’re travelling Northern, Southern or the full length of Vietnam, every backpacker knows that Hoi An, and it’s Ancient Town, is a city that can’t be skipped. This is the country’s foodie capital, canal capital, heritage capital and tailor capital. It’s Southern Vietnam’s most alluring destination.
On the southern Vietnam coast, Mui Ne is perfect if you’re in need of an escape from the chaos of Ho Chi Minh City. Or maybe you simply just want some sunshine after the cooler climate of Dalat. The beach town of Mui Ne ticks all the boxes for Vietnam backpackers. This year round destination attracts as many holidaymakers as backpackers, all of them looking to relax by the beach, sip Saigon by the pool or try their hand at kite surfing. Read more “Best Things To Do in Mui Ne, Vietnam”