March 4 - 13, 2023

Package Price:
$3,476.00 | Air from New York JFK

Land Only Price:
$2,486.00 | Land only rate does not include airport/hotel transfers

(per person, based on double occupancy)


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This itinerary, pricing and escorts are subject to change. Insurance is available and highly recommended. Single rates are available upon request. Please consult the Terms and Conditions, as they apply starting with the first payment. A 3% discount applies off the cost of the trip, if the trip is paid in full by check with in 7-10 business days of invoice date. Gratuities are additional and will be collected with final payment. All prices listed are in USD unless otherwise noted.

  • International round-trip airfare from New York JFK airport to Hanoi. (Airfare available from your closest international airport for an additional fee. First/Business class upgrades available)
  • All airport transfers within Vietnam. (air inclusive guests)
  • A Craftours lanyard, luggage tag and commemorative gift.
  • First-class hotel accommodations in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. (Suite upgrades available)
  • Professional Vietnamese tour guide the entire time.
  • Private motor coach and driver.
  • A "panoramic tour" of the city of Hanoi.
  • 2-night cruise sailing on a replica of an Imperial Court vessel called a "wooden junk." (shore excursions and Vietnamese cooking demonstration included!)
  • A visit to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.
  • A visit to the Temple of Literature.
  • An evening performance of "My Village Show" at the Hanoi Opera House.
  • Visit to the "Women's Museum."
  • Hands-on "Lacquer workshop" taught by a master artisan.
  • Visit to the village of Van Phuc to see weaving and dyeing silk.
  • Daily breakfast, some lunches and dinners.
  • A visit to the Ethnology Museum.
  • Shopping time to explore the "Old Quarter" in Hanoi.
  • A tour of the Thai Binh Province to visit textile villages - the Dong Xam Silver Village and the Minh Lang Village famous for embroidery.
  • Visiting the UNESCO World Heritage site to see the world's largest limestone "karst" landscapes.
  • A tour of the HCMC Fine Arts Museum.
  • A "panoramic tour" of Ho Chi Minh City.
  • A special "bamboo tray" workshop with a master artist from the Mekong Delta.
  • A fascinating and scenic boat ride along the Mekong River.


Karen Uridel, Mentor, OH - "I was very surprised by the people and the country. I’m old enough that when I think of Vietnam, I think of a war torn country. Boy was I mistaken. The country was beautiful, the people were smiling and friendly. This seems to be a country moving into the future."
Marlys Wiens, Edina, MN - "The people of Vietnam were very hospitable and talked and lived "Peace". Many in the tourism business did not experience the "Vietnam/American War" and have moved on with their lives. The food was so fresh tasting and all the vegetable and meat (Fish) dishes were so healthy. Cruising in the 1,969 islands near Hanoi was so beautiful and having morning exercise classes in the morning mist on the top level of the boat was special. In the delta, loved the cruise and also to learn that the Vietnamese are still trying to educate the locals on how to handle the bombs they continue to find in their landscape. The question in my mind: Shouldn’t Americans want to help fund and/or assist in the cleanup of the war 50 years ago in Vietnam?"