We are a certified local Vietnamese anglophone and francophone agency, with a mission of crafting your holiday just the way you dreamed of while showing the authenticity in the countries you are visiting. 10+ years of experience mean native knowledge of these countries and authentic approach to every client and every holiday. We specialise in crafting private tailor-made holidays with high-quality service and honest prices with no hidden costs and taxes.
From the planning to execution, everything was first class. The itinerary, hotels, transfers, transport, and drivers were flawless. Hanoi Voyages arranged a brilliant photographer/guide who stayed with me the entire trip. I’ve taken many tours and many photo tours – this has to be one of the top two. I look forward to using their services again.
I’ve been for 17 days in North and Central Vietnam. It’s been an amazing trip and I’d like to give my best thanks to Hanoi Voyages and especially to Mrs. Thuy Le who was so kind with my group of 10 people. I strongly recommend this agency because they are very professional. If I ever come back to Cambodja, Laos, Myanmar or Thailand I’ll deal with them again.
Wonderful trip from north to south. Caring guides. Great job planning my son and my trip through Vietnam and Cambodia. Hotels were wonderful. We would love to come again. Recommend this company. My son was 11 and I am a sole parent-they were fantastic.
This is one amazing company who have never let me down in any way. They are professional and offer a wonderful service. You will see things that other tour companies simply do not offer and in amazing style – all tour guides are very courteous and professional, vehicles are well maintained and nothing is ever a problem. I have been travelling to Vietnam for well over a decade and would not recommend any one else!
Pham Dac Kham is the founder and director of Hanoi Voyages. He is a Vietnamese national, who has directed the company for over fifteen years. With a degree in international business and tourism and a strong drive for traveling, his experiences have informed his practice, much like an architect of tailor-made travel.
Hoian, Dalat. Living in bustling Hanoi, she came to love smaller cities. There she finds something more genuine, familiar and nostalgic of an older era of Vietnam in the scenery, people and foods.
Mangosteen. The eye-catching purple color looks as good as its divine sweet and sour taste.
Da Nang. Da Nang is her top choice for a summer vacation for its beautiful beaches, stunning scenery and the variety of sea foods.
Durian. From fresh fruits to all things durian-flavoured such as candy and pie, she loves them all.
Nature. Be it the breezy ocean, or the impressive mountain, as long as she is close to nature, she can make the most out of travelling.
Cake. Having a sweet tooth, creamy cakes are her favorite dessert.
Hanoi. Being the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi is inevitably chaotic, yet calming at times, almost old-fashioned. Charming, nonetheless.
Grapes. Available in any season, tasting good no matter what, grapes are definitely her absolute favorite.
Hue. The tranquil atmosphere calms her heart every single time, making her fall in love with the land over and over.
Apple. Like how the alphabet starts with letter A, apple is the first fruit on the list of her favorite things.
Phu Quoc. The stunning beach, the golden soft sand, the friendly locals are everything she can ever ask for.
Pig’s offals congee. A hearty ball of congee is both filling and tasty.
Da Nang. “The most worth living city of Vietnam” definitely lives up to its name in her book with its beaches, weather, foods and hospitality.
Durian. She happens to fall on the deeply in love spectrum when it comes to the picky tropical fruit.
Sapa. Refreshing climate. Magnificent views. Colourful festivals. She never gets bored with travelling to Sapa.
Fresh-water Crab Hotpot With Beef. Steaming Hotpot on a cold winter day, or after work, is her go-to meal to enjoy with friends and family.
Sapa. The mountainous area full of exotic treats is her ultimate getaway from the hustle and bustle of Hanoi.
Anything. She is up to any culinary challenges and enjoys a variety of foods in her diet.
Hue. Rich in history with captivating culture, the imperial city in Central Vietnam always has a special place in her heart.
Spring roll. Easy to make, easy to eat, spring roll definitely tops her list of favorite foods.
Dalat. The romantic and charming city has won her heart time after time for its scenic landscapes and lovely people.
Bun cha. She believes that one just cannot go wrong with bun cha while in Hanoi, a signature dish of the capital.
Hanoi. Thu has been deeply in love with it for years and years. No matter where she goes, her heart dreads to go back to the beautiful capital, her home.
Longan. A summer fruit she can snack on without getting bored.
Woods. Be it strolling or exploring, its calmness and greenary always draws her in.
Squid. Maybe it is because of her love for the land and the woods? She just cannot come to like squids no matter what.