Khiri Travel Vietnam has introduced two new locally organized day tours in the Central Region that offer a truly immersive experience into the local traditions and practices of rural communities and their families.
While Vietnam’s summer season brings with it more humidity, monsoon rains and blustery days, there are also many advantages to visiting out of season that will leave you wondering why you’re not already there!
Lying in the Cu Lao Cham Marine Park, the Chàm Islands are only a short boat ride from the historical port city of Hoi An with snorkeling and diving day trips to observe the wonderfully abundant coral reefs.
If you’re visiting one of Vietnam’s key travel hubs this year, Khiri Travel has some exciting alternative tours that take you off the well-trodden tourist trials to explore colorful local life, architecture and cuisine.
Following the completion of its new Saigon Unseen tour, Khiri Travel Vietnam is now putting the finishing touches to its Hoi An program, giving visitors a truly interactive experience.
In the center of Hoi An’s Old City at the Chinese Fujian Assembly Hall, resides the image of the Holy Mother, a deity said to watch over the people of Hoi An, protecting sea merchants and fishermen.
As generally believed, there is no real ‘better’ time to travel to Vietnam. It’s always compelling. Perhaps, however, the most favourable weather conditions in the north are November and December and in the south from November to May.