10 reasons why you should travel to Vietnam (part 2 of 3)

#7 – Simple immigration process

It might seem complicated at first to apply for a Vietnamese tourist visa at first, but it’s actually very simple and pretty straight forward.  Besides visa at the Vietnamese embassy of your home country, Vietnam visas can also be provided upon arrival if you can provide an invitation letter. All that needs to be done is apply online for your approval letter via a number of online travel companies.  Do not hesitate to contact us at info@vietexperttravel.com if you need additional ressources or simply some advices on how to get you visa.

The invitation letter will be emailed to you after 2-4 business days, you will need to print it, bring 2 passport-sized photograph of yourself and you will be ready to start the trip of a lifetime within minutes from your arrival.

tourist visa vietnam

how to get a visa for vietnam

#6  – Worldly renown cuisine

You probably noticed that in most countries you already traveled to, there is Vietnamese food to be found!  In most continents, there are Vietnamese restaurants providing you with the essential of Vietnamese food.

You should know that Vietnamese food goes much beyond pho and spring rolls and varies by regions: fresh vegetables continue to dominate the tables, while meat and poultry are rising in popularity. Near the beaches such as Nha Trang and Da Nang, you will find plenty of fresh seafood caught just a few hours before and served for you at very affordable price.

A big size king crab costs about $8 and can be shared between 2 people. Sounds good doesn’t it ?

If one of the reason why you want to travel to Vietnam is to discover new food, make sure you stop by Ha Noi, Hué, Nha Trang and Saigon.  All of those places serve their own specialty  and should not be missed!

food in vietnam

vietnamese cuisine

#5  – A once in a lifetime travel experience

It’s simple:  there are not two places on earth like Vietnam. You can have a stop in a big city with modern amenities like Hanoi or Saigon and then leave for a few days of the beaten path in the Northern mountains.  There is a lot of ethnic minorities in Vietnam and we really hope that during your trip you will get the chance to meet them, share with them and discover a part of their culture.  You will remember that day for ever!

If you feel comfortable enough, you can also hop behind (or in the front!) of a motorcycle and with the help of our guides, you can discover places you probably never even tough existed.

unique travel experience

unique travel experience

For more information, please visit: http://vietexperttravel.com/Vietnam-Tours.html

We will be happy to provide you with all the information that you need to organize your trip to Vietnam.

 

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