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Shore Excursion

Shore Excursion

Ausviet Tours offer a wide selection of choices for your private shore excursions, day trips and short tours including tours from Cai Lan Port, Hai Phong Port, Chan May Port, Cat Tien Sa port, Nha Trang Port, Bong Sen Port, Phu My Port, Nha Rong Port, Hiep Phuoc Port.

Our shore excursions allow you to travel in private group with the best value. Our tour fees will be much less than the cost of most large cruise line tours. Moreover, many of our shore excursions are unique- they will not be offered from your cruise line. And our tour arranged with a land based on private guide can be custom made based on your desires of travelers.

Please review our shore excursions below, these tour programs will offer you an appreciation of Vietnam in different experience and different flavors; you will be drifting on a cruise proceeding along Vietnam’s shore and make stopovers in major cities to experience their characteristics.

Or please contact us for your special requirement and feel free to contact us for personal advice.

 

 

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Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) is a thriving metropolis with an unavoidable western influence offering...More Detail
Duration: 1 Day
Vung Tau is the tourist and commercial center of Ba Ria – Vung Tau (an industrial province...More Detail
Duration: 1 Day
Nha Trang is the stunning capital of Khanh Hoa province. It is one of the nicest cities in...More Detail
Duration: 1 Day
Da Nang marks the halfway point between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City and was the first place to...More Detail

 

CRUISE LINES AND VIETNAMESE PORTS VISITED

Azamara, Carnival, Princess, Holland, Silversea, Costa, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian cruise Line, Star Cruises, Regent Seven Seas, Disney Cruise Line,    and other well known cruise lines are adding ports in Vietnam to their itineraries:  Halong Bay, Da Nang, Nha Trang, Vung Tau and Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City)

Travelers on cruises visiting Vietnam will find that Vietnam Shore Excursions have a lot to offer: Museums, architecture, restaurants, crafts and the history of Vietnam.