Strange Vietnam tour packages attract travelers

explore new lands and have new experiences. Vietnam becomes a popular tourist destination in the world with cheap travel expense and various interesting tourism products. Among present-day Vietnam tour packages, travelers are being enticed by some strange but interesting tours such as traveling by seaplane, undersea walking tours, or shooting fish.

Being organized by Hai Au airline with leading modern Cessna Grand Caravan 208B-EX seaplanes and controlled by high-skill Vietnamese pilots, at present, Seaplane flight service in Vietnam appealing a large number of travelers who want to seek new feeling. Currently, there are available seaplane flight services in Ho Chi Minh City – Phan Thiet, and Hanoi – Halong routes, sightseeing Halong seaplane flights, Ho Chi Minh – Phan Thiet full tour packages, and charter flights. Now, there are 1-3 round-trip Hanoi – Halong flights, and 5-10 sightseeing flights in Halong Bay. By virtue of the special Vietnam tours, travelers have a chance to contemplate the panoramic and spectacular view of the bay. In the time coming, the airline will provide service of sightseeing flights in Saigon, Nha Trang and Mekong River Delta. In Ho Chi Minh City, travelers fly with seaplanes to admire the entire city view, and then land Saigon River or Can Gio to go sightseeing.

Undersea adventure


Nha Trang City has been well-known for marvelous beaches, wonderful and primitive islands, along with many high-standard services of entertainment. In this summer, when coming to Nha Trang, travelers will have a chance to experience a completely new tour of walking undersea in Nha Trang – seawalker which seems to exist on TV. Wearing a diving helmet like astronauts, travelers can see colorful coral reef and diverse marine creatures under the sea through glass of helmets. Undersea walking tours are a new tourism service in Nha Trang travel organized by Holiday diving company. The service impresses tourists with new methods of diving and interesting scenery under the sea. Travelers will be provided with necessary equipment which will help th