Group Tours in Vietnam for Solo Travellers - Feel Free Travel
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Why Travel Vietnam?

Looking for the ultimate Asian experience? Look no further. Vietnam has it all, from lantern-lit cities and stunning natural beauty to irresistible street food and captivating history. Travelling through Vietnam delivers an authentic local experience from north to south. Savour the flavours in Hanoi, immerse yourself in Hue's culture and delve into Ho Chi Minh's complex war history. Add to this the vibrant nightlife and golden sandy beaches. It's clear why Vietnam is skyrocketing up the charts as a go-to destination for solo travellers and backpackers in Southeast Asia.

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Group Tours in Vietnam

Jumping on a group tour in Vietnam is one of the easiest and most enjoyable ways to travel. You'll be picked up when you land and introduced to your new travel buddies for the trip of a lifetime. Our trips include most of the big-ticket items like accommodation, activities, local experiences, and much more. Whether you are travelling solo or with a friend/partner, everyone is welcome on our group tours in Vietnam.

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On one of our popular backpacking group tours, take a journey through the ‘Land of Ascending Dragon’. Cruise your way through the limestone cliffs of Halong Bay or taste your way through the streets of Hanoi; climb to the Ninh Binh viewpoint or explore the lantern-lit streets of Hoi An; sandboard the dunes of Mui Ne or wander the bustling streets of Hanoi. Our incredible team has designed our group trips in Vietnam to find the perfect balance of culture, adventure, chill time and nightlife.

Vietnam FAQ's

When is the best time/month to travel to Vietnam?

With Vietnam being such a long country spanning over 1,000 miles, it’s impossible to give a simple answer to this popular question. Come rain or shine, Vietnam is one of those destinations that keeps giving and can be travelled throughout the whole year. November through to April is more popular with there being less rainfall. It’s also important to note that the north can get a little chilly from December to February (bring a few warm layers). Otherwise, the South stays pretty hot all year. We run our small group tours in Vietnam all year round.

How many days in Vietnam is enough?

It’s no secret - Vietnam is a big country with lots to see and do, but this shouldn’t put you off as it’s a perfect destination for solo travellers. We suggest giving yourself a solid 2-3 weeks, this will give you enough time to really experience everything Vietnam has to offer. Navigating the various transportation options can be a bit overwhelming at first, but fear not! Our tours in Vietnam are designed to take away all the hassles and worries of planning your trip and travelling alone. We’ll handle all the tough/boring stuff, giving you the freedom to enjoy each and every day to the fullest 🙌🏼

Do I need a visa to travel to Vietnam?

For some, Vietnam is a very easy country to visit with a simple ‘Visa on Arrival’ process for nationalities such as the UK (not including Ireland) and a few other countries. The ‘Visa on Arrival’ allows you 15 days when entering Vietnam. If you need longer or your passport doesn’t qualify for the ‘Visa on Arrival’, you can apply for a one-month visa online or at your local Vietnamese embassy. It’s always a good idea to apply for a visa if you’re unsure of your plans to give you the opportunity to stay longer. Be sure to do your own research, as each country/passport will have different entry requirements, and the rules can often change. It's your responsibility to ensure you've ticked all the necessary boxes to enter Vietnam hassle-free.
*You must check your visa eligibility as we are not visa experts. The information above is general in nature. Here’s a blog that we put together to help; ‘An Unofficial Visa Guide to Asia & Australia’.

What injections/vaccinations do I need for Vietnam?

Similar to visas, we are not medical professionals and would hate to give you false or misleading information. We recommend you book an appointment with your doctor or local pharmacy to discuss your travel plans and what precautions you need to be aware of. They will provide up-to-date guidance and will no doubt have your vaccination/immunisation history on file. All the destinations and areas we travel to are generally low-risk, but best to be on the safe side! Click here for a useful resource provided by the UK NHS website.

What about COVID-19 travel restrictions in Vietnam?

It's always a good idea to check whether your destination or airline requires you to be COVID-19 vaccinated or tested to travel. It's your responsibility to ensure you arrive on tour with us in Vietnam without any issues. Click here for a useful resource provided by the UK government.

What kind of people join these group tours?

Planning a solo trip can be daunting, requiring careful consideration and a lot of time. But guess what? Our Vietnam group tours are designed to make your life easier and your travel experience stress-free! From the moment you land, we handle all the logistics and nitty-gritty details, including airport pickup, comfortable accommodations, seamless transportation, engaging local activities, and delicious meals. With our tours, you can kick back, relax, and enjoy your adventure in Vietnam, knowing that every aspect has been expertly taken care of.

Are group tours in Vietnam worth it? Why would I not just travel solo?

Planning a solo trip can be daunting, requiring careful consideration and a lot of time. But guess what? Our Vietnam group tours are designed to make your life easier and your travel experience stress-free! From the moment you land, we handle all the logistics and nitty-gritty details, including airport pickup, comfortable accommodations, seamless transportation, engaging local activities, and delicious meals. With our tours, you can kick back, relax, and enjoy your adventure in Vietnam, knowing that every aspect has been expertly taken care of.

I am looking to come alone, do many people travel solo?

Yes, absolutely! Most people actually come alone, with there often being a few people travelling together either as friends or as a couple. Our trips are perfect for solo travellers as you'll make friends from the moment you arrive, and you'll have the confidence and security of doing it as a group.

How much money do you need for 2 weeks in Vietnam?

Once you've booked your flights, paid off your trip and got some solid travel insurance, you'll be all set for that Vietnam adventure. We suggest bringing no less than £300/$400, but this should be the bare minimum. We suggest working from an average of £400-500/$500-700 over 2 weeks, this will cover things like shopping, drinks, extra meals and anything else you fancy treating yourself to... maybe a few massages!?

What should I book first, the flights or the tour?

Great question! We always suggest getting the trip locked in first before booking flights. This way, you won’t be left disappointed if the trip goes full and you’ve already booked your flights. There are usually plenty of flight tickets available, but the spaces are limited with our trips, and the trips fill up pretty fast. We suggest booking your trip first, followed by your flight, and then purchasing your travel insurance to cover all eventualities. Getting these three out of the way as soon as possible is a good idea.

How far in advance do you recommend booking my trip to Vietnam?

The average traveller typically books their trip 3-4 months in advance, which usually means there are plenty of options when it comes to dates. If you decide to book last minute, be prepared for limited availability. If you have your heart set on a specific date or trip, consider placing a deposit right away.

I’ve been looking at a few companies, what makes Feel Free Travel different?

If you're asking this question, you've probably not read what our incredible travellers are saying in the reviews. You would have noticed already that we are insanely passionate about sharing life-changing experiences with our groups. When we travel, it's more like a group of mates with that one friend who thankfully knows where they're going. Our group sizes are small and intimate, averaging 12-16 travellers. If you've not already, click here to join the 'Feel Free Family - Facebook Group'.

Is it possible to book a private tour of Thailand with a group of friends?

We specialise in bringing solo travellers together who arrive as complete strangers and soon become best friends/extended travel family. With that being said, we have been known to offer private tours subject to availability. If you send us an email to enquiries@feelfreetravel.com one of the team will be in touch and see what we can do… no promises!

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