Vietnam traditional & high-tech agricultural


Day 1: Hanoi arrival (Meal: D)

Day 2: Hanoi – Tay Tuu flower village, Vegetable village & Farm tour (Meal: B/L)

Day 3: Hanoi – Cao Phong Orange farm - Moc Chau (Meal: B/L)

Day 4: Moc Chau - Hanoi (Meal: B/L)

Day 5: Hanoi - Ha Long bay (Meal: B/L/D)

Day 6: Ha Long bay – Hanoi - Longan or litchi farm – Hanoi – Fly to Sai Gon (Meal: B/L)

Day 7: Sai Gon – Mekong delta – Floating village (Meal: B/L)

Day 8: Ho Chi Minh – Cu chi – Sai Gon Agriculture Company (Meal: B/L)

Day 9: Sai Gon departure (Meal: B).

 Duration: 9 day
 Category: Family Tours


  • Enjoy the beauty of Vietnamese countryside
  • Meet and talk to the farmers
  • Cook and eat with local families
  • Discover the natural wonders of the world “Ha Long Bay”
  • Study the model of VAC (V = garden, A = pond, C = coop for poultry/pig/crocodile)
  • Visit Moc Chau tea planation & Dairy farm
  • Visit high-tech agricultural production model in Vietnam.


Day 1: Hanoi arrival (Meal: D)

Upon arrival, welcome by our tour guide and transfer to your hotel for leisure. Enjoy a welcome dinner in Hanoi.

Overnight in Hanoi.

Day 2: Hanoi – Tay Tuu flower village, Vegetable village & Farm tour – Mai Chau (Meal: B/L)

Breakfast at the hotel.

Then we drive to Tay Tuu flower village, about 20 km from the center of Hanoi City. Tay Tuu Flower Village is famous for flower growing, which is the main flower supplier to the capital and surrounding areas. Before the Tet festival, on the full moon day, and the first day every month, Tay Tuu flower village holds a market to serve the need to buy flowers of traders and the Hanoi people.You have the opportunity to talk and listen to the farmers' sharing about how they grow flowers better understand the flowering process there.

Continue on, we transfer to Xuan Phuong vegetable villages.

Upon arrival, you will meet the host at meeting point and she will show you a local market since Le King Dynasty. It is the most famous market in the region where many traditional items for sales. If on market days (two or three times per week, other days market is not too crowded), people from all the surrounding villages would come to trade. People bring dogs, cats, pigs, chickens, ducks, and bamboo baskets to sell. Everyone is excited to meet each other on that day. You will be surprised about bustling and colorful market which is working under the canopy of old tree. You will see the old women chew betel and areca nut and blacksmiths work hard with his bright brazier.

Right next to the market place is nice vegetable farms. We take a tour around vegetable fields growing a variety of produce including: bitter melon, corn, cauliflower, cabbage, tomatoes, green peas, snake peas and corn, as well as fruit gardens with oranges, pomelos, papaya and more (depend on the season to grow different crops)., You will learn more about background of vegetable and you may have chance to help a farmer working on his field. Afterwards, we go to her house for cooking delicious dishes. She will teach you how to cook some Vietnamese dishes by simple and traditional recipes. Enjoy local fresh vegetable, fruit, make traditional cake and talk about Vietnamese family’s custom together. After that we return to Hanoi.

Day 3: Hanoi – Cao Phong Orange farm - Moc Chau (Meal: B/L)

After breakfast, departure to Moc Chau, a big plateau of Son La province which is famous for poetic natural charm, tea plantation, big cow flocks reared by huge and endless grass steppes.
On the way, we stop at Cao Phong dist, Hoa Binh province to visit the orange farms. Oranges in Cao Phong is a famous specialty of Hoa Binh Province. These oranges have a wonderful smell and a sweet tender taste combined with its beautiful color. Even the pickiest customer can be satisfied after tasting this orange and will be pleased that the Cao Phong orange has its own flavor, unmistaken with other oranges. If you come to Vietnam after November, it is a wonderful time to join with the farmer harvesting the oranges. Our guide will introduce the model of VAC (V = garden, A = pond, C = coop for poultry/pig/crocodile).
Arrive at Moc Chau, check in the hotel then village of the H’Mong Ethnic people or The Heart Tea Hill (in Wulong Tea Plantation) to know more about their lifestyles. Besides, you will enjoy the glamour of the beautiful rolling hills of wild flowers, gardens of plump-trees, peach-trees…
Visit Moc Shan Tuyet where produce the best quality of Shan Tuyet Tea by the traditional method in Moc Chau. Enjoy a cup of tea and chat with the farmers.
Overnight in Moc Chau.

Day 4: Moc Chau – Dairy farm - Hanoi (Meal: B/L)

After breakfast, depart to visit Moc Chau dairy farm. Here, you will cut the grass, feed the cows, learn about the milking process and you can even manually squeeze the cool milk lines of dairy cows raised on the farm. And of course, you will enjoy delicious fresh milk and buy specialty products from cow's milk, such as yogurt, condensed milk, pasteurized milk, and pasteurized milk, cheese ... to take home for relatives, family or friends. You learn about the characteristics, care techniques for cows and how to have delicious milk.

Continue on, visit Dai Yem waterfall, pine forest then drive back to Hanoi.

Overnight in Hanoi.

Day 5: Hanoi – Ha Long bay (Meal: B/L/D)

Breakfast at the hotel.

We depart Hanoi for Ha Long Bay, listed as a World Heritage Area of outstanding natural beauty. “Dragon descending to the sea“ as it is known in Vietnamese, picturesque Ha Long bay has more than 1.000 limestone islets rising from the sea, many of them containing beautiful grottoes. On the way, we stop to visit the rice fields or the local farm in Bac Ninh or Hai Duong.

Upon arrival at Ha Long Bay we embark on a boat trip to cruise discovering this magnificent UNESCO World Wonder. This is a great journey among surreal islands rising from a tranquil emerald sea. In the late afternoon, we anchor for the night on the bay and enjoy a delicious seafood dinner on board.

Overnight on a junk boat in Halong Bay.

Day 6: Ha Long bay – Hanoi – Longan/ litchi farm Or Onion/ Rice fields – Hanoi – Fly to Sai Gon (Meal: B/L)

Early morning coffee and tea will be served on the sundeck followed by a Tai Chi class. After breakfast we take a Sampan boat to explore Luon Cave. Visit the floating farm, or pearl farm on the bay. We may have a chance to see the wild monkeys that gather around waiting for food from the tourists. After that we continue to cruise around the bay. Lunch is served on the boat on our way back to the docks then we transfer to Noi Bai airport for a short flight to Sai Gon.

Depending on the season, we will stop on the way to visit the agriculture farms in Hai Duong province:

1/ From Jun to Sep & From Feb to May: Rice fields in Kinh Mon district

2/ Orion & garlic farm in the winter season in Kinh Mon district.

3/ From April to June: Litchi Farm in Thanh Ha district.

Day 7: Sai Gon – Mekong delta (Meal: B/L)

Meet our guide and driver then transfer to Ben Tre, a small town, hidden within the Mekong Delta, has recently stepped out to be a destination in its own right. This peaceful retreat offers many charming surprises besides the lush vegetation, snaking canals, and enchanting smiles.
A day to Ben Tre is a day when you are no longer a tourist but a true resident embarking on a sensory voyage of discovery. Enjoy observing how bricks and grass mats are made with age-old traditional techniques as well as how products are extracted from coconuts. Admire stunning panoramic countryside pictures made of green coconut palms, yellow river streams and colorful local products. Feel the warmth of the tropical breeze and the coolness of water currents whilst exploring the earthy trails. Taste and smell local exotic fruits, “garden-made” cuisine or stop to observe and satisfy your palate with just-made wet rice paper or coco candies married with green tea. Complete your experience listening to the sounds of boat, and certainly the banter and laughter of local people, modest yet hospitable. Enjoy traditional music songs and return to Sai Gon.

Day 8: Ho Chi Minh – Cu chi – Sai Gon Agriculture Company (Meal: B/L)

Breakfast at the hotel.

In the morning, we drive 70 kilometers North West to explore the underground tunnels in Cu Chi which system had been created long time back, from 1948 to assist Viet Minh in the combat with French. It was continuing built over 25 years later. It was an underground city with living areas, kitchens, storage, weapons factories, field hospitals, command centers. In places, it was housed up to 10,000 people who virtually lived underground for years… getting married, giving birth. During the American War the entire area of Cu Chi was designated a free fire zone and was heavily bombarded. From 1988, two sections of tunnels have been open for visitors. You may even have a chance to crawl through the tunnels yourself. We return to Saigon in the late afternoon.

If possible, we will visit then return to the hotel.

Overnight in Sai Gon.

Day 9: Sai Gon departure (Meal: B)

Free day until your transfer to the airport for your flight to Siem Reap.

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