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Tatiana LuebkeViet Nam - Southern package tour
Dear Ms Luu Vo,
Just a quick note to thank you so much for your help during our stay in Vietnam. We were extremely surprised by the good quality of the service provided to us in every respect: the friendly guides and drivers, the itinerary suggested and the great meals we were taken to. The boat dinner in Hue was particularly unforgettable!
We loved Vietnam! We really enjoyed our time and we will definitely recommend our friends to contact you if they decide come to Vietnam.
Cameron WrayDear sir
I was recently a customer of yours while in Saigon, I would like to pass on my remarks on your tour guide,(mr Hai) he was excellant, My parents and I enjoyed his company and knowledge immensly, I have since recommended your company and mr Hai to a number of people and will continue to do so, Thanks again for a great holiday in your beautiful country. I look forward to a return there one day.
Hello, I just wanted to say thank you very much for all that you did for us in our recent trip to Vietnam. We just had such a wonderful holiday, helped by expert administration by you. Everything went according to plan and was so slick. With 2 young children, it took all the worries away and let us enjoy ourselves. The quality of the cars and guides was very good and we wanted for nothing. We selected your company because of your competitive prices and now that we have seen that you have quality service to match, we will recommend you to our friends.
Gerry BreislinVietnam packaged tour
Dear Ms Hang Vo,
Apologies for not writing sooner. We've been back in Sydney now for almost a month but our holiday in Vietnam seems ages ago now.
We would like thank you for all you help in organising our itinerary on our recent trip to Vietnam . The hotels were excellent with very comfortable accommodation and great service. Breakfasts were excellent although we thought the Hilton in Hanoi had the best croissants!
We had a good balance of organised tours and free time and we particularly enjoyed the cooking class in Hoi An. The tours of the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and the Chu Chi tunnels were fascinating. The trip to Ha Lung Bay was quite long, but the cruise at the end of it was worthwhile.
They tour guides and drivers you organised were punctual and attentive and it was a great relief to meet them when we arrived at the various airports. Their stories and descriptions and the information they provided was very interesting and helped paint a fuller picture of Vietnam for us. They were able to answer most of our questions and through our conversations with them, we were able to learn something about their own lives in Vietnam.
We did have a little difficulty understanding our first guide in Hanoi, but he made up for it with his enthusiasm. The other three guides all had very good English.
Please pass on our thanks to each of them.
I have already passed on your details to a friend and would have no hesitation about using you again or recommending your company to others wishing to visit your beautiful country.
My wife and i have just completed a trip of Vietnam and the Saigon part of our tour was run by TNK.i am full of praise for our guide and driver, Mr Loc and Mr Tung? and the way things were run by your company. Please feel free to use my name and e/mail as a reference. Many thanks and hope we can return in the future.
Corrado Ariaudo & Carla VidraDear Mr. Dzung Trinh
Dear Mr. Dzung Trinh and Mr Danh,
For the time been everything was absolutely fine and the assistance from your organization has been very professional. We will certanly advise our friends in Italy to address to TNK Travel for their holidays in VietNam.
Corrado Ariaudo & Carla Vidra
John KellasMai Chau 4 day trek
We used TNK Travel for 16 day tour in 2008 and have now moved to Hanoi for a year and use their local affiliate, Dream Travel in Hanoi. We arranged to do the 4D/3N trek from Po Co/Hang Kia to Mai Chau over New Year. While the weather was cloudy and we missed the spectacular sights, we did enjoy the exercise. We had a local Guide/Cook, Miss Phuong, and a Hanoi guide, Quyen, with Mr Son doing the luggage transfers. We had 3 homestays and Phuong showed her culinary skills to perfection, different dishes each lunch and dinner, at each one.
We seemed to meet most of Phuong's family through the course of the 4 days, which we enjoyed. Homestays were satisfactory and trekkers will find them acceptable. Village life is simple and basic and one hears all the animals day and night, so expect the roosters to crow early and often.
We will suggest to our own future visitors that we do some more treks or stay at Mai Chau.
Thanks to Danh (TNK) and Ngoc Anh and Trang (Dream Travel).
PS Ask for Phuong and Quyen as guides
Mr. Barry GannonADAA Reunion and trip to Ha NoiDanhJust a short note to say thank you for your very professional services provided to the Australian Air Dispatch Association (ADAA) reunion in Saigon and the tours you arranged for us during the two weeks we were in Vietnam. The guides were very good and spoke good english which assisted us very much, they were very knowledgeable about the country and its people. Your charges for the services provided were very modest and much better than those offered by companies based here in Australia. Should you require I am happy to post you a letter from the ADAA recommending your services to anyone who may be interested. Again our thanks for your services they were excellent. Barry Gannon
Else Marie and Poul christenseGreetings to mr. Thang
Dear mr. Dzung Trinh
We are now back in Denmark after our vacation in
Vietnam and we have had 14 exciting and lovely days
where our wishes was complied and we were pick up as
agreement every time, - so Thank you very much for
your assistance. Next time we are visiting Vietnam We
will certainly contact you again.
Greetings to mr. Thang
Else Marie and Poul christense
Terry LeachRe: Mekong Delta and Cu Chi tunnel tour
Dear Luu Vo
we are now back in Australia with many wonderful memories of our exciting trip to Vietnam.We wish to thank you personally for assisting us and organizing 2 tours whilst we were in Siagon. The trip to Mekong delta was an absolute highlight,a wonderful,skillful driver,Mr Hung and a most informative and capable guide Huy enabled us to have many great experiences.
Also the lady at the front desk who assisted me in printing out our boarding passes for the next day flights to KL and Melbourne was wonderful and most cooperative. It all added up to a memorable experience which we have no hesitation in recommending to other travellers.
Many thanks and Kind regards to all at TNK Travel
Terry and Deirdre Leach
Day 1: Ho Chi Minh city – Buon MaThuot (L)
Enjoy the drive along the National Highway 14 with plenty of rubber and coffee plantations. You then have chance to visit the Ho Chi Minh Trail at the Daksong Junction and the Draysap Waterfalls on the way to Buon Ma Thuot city. Dinner on guest’s account. Overnight at you proposed hotel in Buon Ma Thuot..
Day 2: Buon Ma Thuot – York Don park – Kontum ( B/L )
Morning trip to Don Village – located northwest of Da Lat near the Serepok River, close to the Cambodian border, approximately 55 km from Buon Ma Thuot. Don village is well-known throughout Southeast Asia as the land of elephant hunters and trainers. Take a tour of the village on foot to learn about the culture of MNong minority, cross the marvelous suspension bridge and enjoy riding elephants through the primitive forests outside the town. Depart for Kontum in the afternoon. Dinner on guest’s account. Overnight at your chosen hotel in Kontum.
Day 3: Kontum – Konktu (B/L/D)
A soft adventure day begins at Plei Konang, 12km from KonTum. Take an exciting trek to Kon Monang (6km) on a jungle trail and discover more about exotic flora and fauna. Then paddle an inflatable raft or dug-out canoe on the Dak Bla River to the Bahnar tribe village of Kon Ktu (3 hours). Stop by a white sandy bank circled by hills, forests and clear water for a picnic lunch and a swim. The day ends with a gong show where villagers including young women and old men in traditional dress dance around a bonfire. Have dinner at the village. Overnight at the village communal house at Konktu..
Day 4: Konktu – Kontum (B/L)
Take a morning walk around the village to visit a house-on-stilts, a church and a school, many still retaining the ancient way of life. Continue to trek over forested hills on a trail under dense foliage (6km). Picnic lunch is arranged at Kon Chri Village. The afternoon is exciting with a delightful trek through villages and rice fields (6km) to the spectacular Kon Klo suspension bridge. Return to Kontum. Dinner on guest’s account. Overnight at your chosen hotel in Kontum.
Day 5: Kontum – Kon Chro – Yangnam (B/L)
Leave for Pleiku (50km), a busy town (home to the J’rai hill-tribe) on a fertile basaltic plateau at a height of 1,000 metres above sea level, then onwards to Kon Chro (110km) by a pleasant drive down the Mang Yang Pass. Have a picnic lunch en route. Take a trek through a chain of Banhar tribe villages (14km), which is separated by cultivated lands or forests. Have dinner at Yangnam Village. A gong and dancing show performed by villagers is held at the village communal house. O/N at a house-on-stilts at Yangnam..
Day 6: Yangnam – Plei Bloum (B/L/D)
In the morning, continue trekking through bamboo forests to H’nga (12km) for a scenic sampan cruise on the Krong Pa River to Plei Bloum Village (2 hours). Have picnic lunch on a sandy bank and bathe in the crystal-clear water. If time permits, participate in sports (volleyball, football) with the villagers. Have dinner at the village. Overnight at the house-on-stilts at Plei Bloum.
Day 7: Plei Bloum – Pleiku (B/L)
In the morning, explore the secrets of grave statues standing in lines at the J’rai tribe’s tomb house in the village. Transfer to Plei Kia Village (100km) for a fun elephant ride through J’rai villages, rice fields, forests and streams. Have a picnic lunch under a canopy of leaves by Ia Nhi Falls. Proceed to Pleiku (60km). Dinner on guest’s account. Overnight at your chosen hotel in Pleiku.
Day 8: Pleiku – Da Nang – Hoi An (B)
At leisure until transfer to Pleiku Airport for boarding flight VN 342 to Danang (12:10 – 13:00). On arrival, pick up and transfer to Hoi An (30km) with a stop-over at the Non Nuoc stone-carving village where a wide variety of articles is sculptured from marble and sandstone. The rest of the day is leisure by a pool side or on the sandy beach of Cua Dai. Lunch & dinner on guest’s account. Overnight at your chosen hotel in Hoi An.
Day 9: Hoi An (B)
Well known as a World Heritage site, Hoi An is also famous for its tranquil countryside and endless sandy beach. Spend the whole day exploring the ancient town, taking a boat ride to nearby handicraft villages or just frolicking in the azure water. Lunch & dinner on guest’s account. Overnight at your chosen hotel in Hoi An.
Day 10: Departure from Danang (B)
Do some last-minute shopping (stone-carvings, silk ware, paintings, etc) downtown or enjoy a little leisure time before check-out. Transfer to the airport for departure.
Tour price includes:
A/c private car/van for pick up, transfer & sightseeing as per program
English/French speaking tour guide.
Entrance fee & travel permits.
3 nights home stay arrangements.
Hotel accommodation based on Twin/double or triple share.
Meals as indicated in the program (B = Breakfast; L - Lunch; D = Dinner).
Domestic flight: Pleiku – Danang (Economy class)
Tour price excludes:
Drinks & other meals not mentioned in the program.