THE ENCHANTED TONKIN
THE ENCHANTED TONKIN
Live the adventure in northern Vietnam
THE ENCHANTED TONKIN
All Adventure tours focus on the treasures of northern Vietnam. Short travel time by road. Various means of transport (car, train, boat). Long trajects are made by night train. Visit the most beautiful sites of Hanoi: the Ho Chi Minh house and mausoleum, the single pillar pagoda etc… Then the Perfume Pagoda on the second day. Immersion in the daily life of the inhabitants of different regions and encounter with different ethnic groups. Spend several nights at the residence in Hoa Binh and Mai Chau for even more immersion and discovery of the culture in its authenticity. Discover the magical landscapes of the bays of Halong land and sea with unforgettable day and night on a traditional junk.
STEPS IN YOUR JOURNEY
Hanoi – Hoa Binh – Mai Chau – Tam Coc – Haiphong – Cat Ba – Ha Long – Sapa – Hanoi
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DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM
DEVELOP EVERY DAYS
  • Day 1
    Arrival in Hanoï.
    Hanoi, or its historical name entitled "Thang Long" which means "dragon in flight", was the main feudal capital of the country for hundreds of years, from the Ly Dynasty (in the 11th century) to the Dynasty of Le posterior (at the end of the 17th century). That is why until now the city of Hanoi still keeps the historical monuments, traditional and typical of the Vietnamese culture and the immortal values of the Hanoi’s people mind.
     
    Arrival at Noi Bai / Hanoi airport. Transfer to the hotel. Visit of Hanoi "The city located on the Red River". Walk in the residential area where are the former Palace of the Governor General of Indochina, the house and the mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh, the single pillar pagoda. Continuation of the visits of Hanoi: the temple of the literature (1st Vietnamese University of the 11th century), the museum of ethnography, the markets....Then the temple of Mount Jade, ride rickshaw in the old district guilds. The evening: spectacles of the puppets on the water. Night at the hotel.
     
    Option : If you do not want to visit the city right away because of the long flight, we will offer you a traditional massage of one hour with a supplement of 15 USD / person.
     
    Meals included: lunch and dinner
     
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  • Day 2
    Hanoi – Perfume pagoda – Hoa Binh
    (130km/ 3h drive)
    Departure for the perfume pagoda, one of the most beautiful sites of Vietnam. On the side of a limestone mountain are perched pagodas and temples whose architecture blends perfectly with a very lush nature. Depending on the itinerary, from the pier, a paddling sampan takes you to the Yen River in 1 hour at the foot of the Perfume Mountain, but according to the rules of the pilgrimage, you have to make a stop at temple of the Presentations to ask the genius-guardian of the places permission to continue the journey. Then it will take you 3 hours to climb up the stairs and reach the pagoda of the Scented Footprint, a huge cave where stalactites and stalagmites form candelabra and altars. Back in sampan at the pier, then drive to Hoa Binh. Overnight at the hotel.
     
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 3
    Hoa Binh – Mai Chau

    (80km / 2h of road)
    Departure for Hoa Binh, a road that crosses beautiful landscapes of mountains planted with tea trees. Continue to Mai Chau. We leave definitely the flat country delta for the mountainous region. The first rice terraces appear, lined with banana groves. The habitat is also changing radically. The countryside is dotted with thatched cottages, among which the Muongs house, which is recognizable by its sloping roof and low stilts. Continuation of road and arrival to the valley of Mai Chau towards noon, serene and splendid, below the road: it is a beautiful puzzle that looms the rice fields cultivated by white Thais, whose hamlets are scattered around the borough. Visit of the two villages Van and Lake. The expert fingers of white Thai women perform all kinds of weavings. Those in their group are based on combinations of lozenges or variations on wild bristles. Overnight at the inhabitant (summary comfort). In the evening: show with dances to Khene sound, and plenty of rice alcohol.
     
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     

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  • Day 4
    Mai Chau – Hoa Lu – Tam Coc

    (130km / 3h of road)
     
    Departure for Hoa Lu, one of the ancient capitals of Vietnam in the 10th century. Visit of the commemorative temples dedicated to Kings Dinh and Le. Then climb the steps that climb to the top of Mount Ma Yen where we kiss the site. Up there rests King Dinh whose oldest royal burial preserved in Vietnam. Road to Tam Coc, the course is beautiful in an amazing setting of hills and karst peaks where appear and disappear a small river. After a 3-hour boat trip on the Ngo Dong River that winds between karst hills and rice fields in a wonderful landscape "Bay Ha Long Land". Walk east to Bich Dong, the Jade cave which is a beautiful half-built temple, half-carved on the side of the hills (It was here the filming of the film Indochina). Overnight at the hotel.
     
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     

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  • Day 5
    Tam Coc – Hai Phong
    (130km / 3h of road)
    Departure for Phat Diem, the most beautiful cathedral of the country built in 1891 of Sino-Vietnamese style, very remarkable for its materials (marble, granite and wood). Lunch along the way. Continue to Hai Phong via Nam Dinh, Thai Binh. A short stop at Keo Pagoda in the middle of the countryside. It is built in the 17th century. It is simple, ample and rustic; but it is remarkable with its bell tower, an impressive wooden structure. Arrival at Hai Phong, the French colonial style city well known for its flamboyant streets and avenues. Visit the Hang Pagoda. Overnight at the hotel
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 6
    Hai Phong – Cat Ba island
    (35km / 1h of boat)
    After breakfast, departure by ferry boat to Cat Ba Island. Cat Ba National Park encompasses evergreen tree forests on 331 m elevations, wet forests at the foot of hills and coastal mangroves, plus numerous small freshwater lakes, beaches and sand and coral reefs offshore. It is inhabited by 28 species of mammals, 37 species of birds, 20 species of reptiles and 200 species of fish. You will also find a tree of a rare species "trees with chopsticks". It is so named because its wood, responsive to food poisons, was used to make baguettes used in court, eternal field of intrigues. Arrival and visit of this natural park Cat Ba. Take motorbike/car to go to Cat Ba National Park, the Worlds Biosphere Reserve with spectacular scenery and a high diversity of landscapes (about 40 mins driving each way). Do trekking through jungle & forest and go up to the view point (it is about 2.5 hours trekking but can be more or less depending on your speed). Night at the hotel.
     
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 7
    Cat Ba Island – Ha Long

    In the morning visit the fishing port and Cat Ba fish market. Departure by ferry boat to Halong Bay - arriving in Halong Bay (around noon), you change from traditional junk and unforgettable cruise on Ha Long Bay "8th Wonder of the World" with its thousands of Islands, islets that emerge from the water taking fantastic forms. Explore Halong Bay on the Oriental Sails Cruise - one of the best 3-star cruises in Halong Bay.

    08:00 - 08:30 Departure in 3.5 hours at Hon Gai International Port, visit the Oriental Sails JSC Private Lounge - The OS Lounge.
    12:30 - 13:00 Welcome aboard, embark on oriental sails followed by a cruise briefing.
    13:00 - 15:30 Enjoy local seafood while Eastern Sails sail along the limestone islands of Bai Tu Long Bay.
    15:30 - 16:30 Visit of the fishing village

    They are interested in local daily life: Take a trip by wooden oar boat (about 45 minutes) around the fishing village of Vung Vieng - one of the largest fishing villages in Halong Bay to see the life of local fishermen. The village is located in a closed lagoon, surrounded by mountains, excellent facilities for good photos. It is a chance to know better the daily life of the fishermen of the village. After the visit, you can swim around the boat.

    16:30 - 17:30 Come back to Les Voiles Orientales and get some rest while the sun begins to set.
    17:30 - 19:00 Enjoy Happy Hour at the bar and on the solarium and join our cooking class with Oriental Sails Chef
    19:00 Dinner is served. Participation in other activities, night squid fishing or singing activities are available until 22:00

    Night aboard Cong Do Area.

    Included meals : breakfast, lunch, dinner.

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  • Day 8
    Ha Long – Hanoi – Train of night for Lao Cai

    (170km / 3h30 of road then 354km / 8h30 of train)
     
    From the island of Cat ba, you have the opportunity to make unforgettable cruises (especially on Halong Bay) that will enhance your trip to Vietnam. The island of Cat ba is the largest of all the islands that make up the archipelago of the same name. It has superb sandy beaches and beautiful coral reefs. This is one of the most popular tourist destinations
     
    Breakfast aboard. Kayaking to CA tunnel and discover a hidden lake. Cruising in the magnificent Halong Bay, admiring the fascinating rock formations in the bay. Check-out before 11am. Lunch aboard. Then disembark and drive to Ha Noi crossing Hung Yen province, considered a big rice granary of the North. Then stop at the artisan village of ceramics and porcelain Dong Trieu. Arrival in Hanoi at the end of the afternoon. In the evening, transfer to Hanoi train station for the night train to Lao Cai - Sapa / KING EXPRESS train (or LIVITRANS EXPRESS or CHAPA EXPRESS) - Cabin with 4 berths for STANDARD & SUPERIOR categories; Cabin with 2 berths for the category DELUXE / Departure 20h 40. Night on board.
     
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     

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  • Day 9
    Lao Cai – Sa Pa
    (38km / 1h of road)
    Meet at Lao Cai station and transfer to Sapa. Arriving at Sapa, the French settlers, attracted by the climate and the beauty of the landscape, had made Sapa a mountain resort. The city is located at 1650m, at the foot of Mount Fanxipan highest point of Vietnam at 3142m. After breakfast, start visiting Sapa by the Dragon Maw Hill, the Orchid Garden, the old Sapa Church, the Market ... Overnight at the hotel.
     
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 10
    Sa Pa- Y Linh Ho- Lao Chai- Ta Van- Sapa

    After breakfast, you will go to the village of Y Linh Ho where you will start your day hiking towards Red Dao, Hmong flower and Tay ethnic villages through the magnificent rice terraces. From above, you will have breathtaking views of the valleys : sources derived nearby hills, roofs balms are hiding in the shade and children laughing in the playgrounds. In the afternoon, you will continue the road to the village of Ta Van. Ta Van, which means "the great arc", is perched on the side of the Hoang Lien mountain. The village is located on the banks of Muong Hoa stream and surrounded by rice fields stepped forming arcs matching the mountain. Beyond the stream, we find the remains of votive steles, place of worship practices in Vietnam in the past. This area of ​​ancient steles has been recognized in 1994 as a historical and cultural relic of the country. It includes nearly 200 stone blocks of different sizes, carved images and ornaments inspired by the ancient mysteries of the culture of Lac Viet. At the end of the day you will have free time to meet the villagers, to ask them questions about their lives. Overnight at the hotel.
     
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch and dinner
     
     

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  • Day 11
    Sa Pa – Bac Ha – Lao Cai – Night train for Hanoi

    (110km / 3h of road then 354km / 8h30 of train)
     
    Picturesque, authentic and colorful: the Weekly Bac Ha fair being held on Sunday mornings. Between 7 am and 9 am, roads and mountain tracks are very lively. There, a peasant pulls his donkey who does not want to move forward. Here, another holds a piglet at the end of a leash by pushing it with a bamboo whip. Others, wiser, prefer to carry the little pigs on the platform to avoid losing weight on the way to the fair. Some go by couple, the woman carrying on the back the stack of hoods that she braided, the man the jerry can of alcohol that he distilled. They put on their best clothes. Turbans of all shapes, red, blue or black, cross simpler chests planted with fresh tea leaves or embellished with silver coins. The colorful H'mong women and girls have donned their finest skirts, all folded, swinging right and left at every step, making grandmothers look like children. The tunics are finely embroidered and the aprons shimmering. The sellers offer basic necessities (groceries, books and school supplies, toiletries, haberdashery), relayed, according to rotations which differ, by the peasants who came to sell their production (vegetables, breeding, handicrafts). Finally women calculate the benefit of the day or compare the products, the girls are beautiful, the men clink at the rice alcohol while discussing horses and land. Walk to visit hamlets around Bac Ha: Ban Pho 1 and Ban Pho 2, inhabited by ethnic H'mong variegated. Visit the abandoned house of Huang A Tuong, a former H'mong chief. Then transfer to Lao Cai Station and take the night train Lao Cai - Ha Noi / train KING EXPRESS (or LIVITRANS EXPRESS or CHAPA EXPRESS) - Cabin with 4 berths for categories STANDARD & SUPERIOR; Cabin with 2 berths for DELUXE category / Departure 19h 30. Night on board.
     
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
    Note : Bac Ha market opens every Sunday, so if your stay does not fall on a Sunday, we suggest you either change the route a bit, or we'll take you to other authentic ethnic markets as, the market Coc Ly on Tuesday morning, the market Lung Khau Nhin Thursday morning or Can Cau market on Saturday morning.
     

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  • Day 12
    Arrival in Hanoi – Pagode Tay Phuong – Pagode Tay
    (40km / 1h of road)
    Arrival at Hanoi station around 5:00 am Reception and transfer to the hotel. After breakfast, departure to the west of Ha Noi crossing a beautiful countryside of Tonkin. Visit the Tay Phuong Pagoda, which means "The West Looking Pagoda", famous for 76 statues carved in jackfruit wood, of great artistic value dating back to the 17th century. Continue to Thay Pagoda, also known as the Heavenly Blessing Pagoda, one of the most revered pagodas in the region. Night at the hotel.
     
    Meals included: breakfast, lunch, dinner
     
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  • Day 13
    Hanoi – Return flight. End of the trip

    After breakfast at the hotel, you are free for personal pleasures until transfer to Noi Bai airport and return flight. End of the trip.
    Meals included: breakfast
     
     

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TRAVEL PRICE (Prix par personne en EUR)
ESTIMATED PRICE
(Depending on season, types of accommodation and activities)
  • The estimated budget for this trip is from 936 € / person.
  • Talking about fixed prices when discussing about a tailored trip makes little sense. Indeed, it varies depending on many factors (quality of services, period, turnaround time and many more).
  • The only exact price will be the one of your personalized quote.
 
PRICE OF THE TRIP
(Price per person in EURO)
Theses prices are valid until 30/09/2023
 
Categories of hotel Group of 2 Group of 3- 5 Group of
6- 9
Suppl Sgl
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NOTES
City name/ List of hotels Standard Superior Deluxe
HA NOI

Artisan Lakeview Hotel**

http://the-artisan-lakeview-hotel.hanoihotelsvietnam.net/en/
Solaria Hanoi Hotel***
https://www.solariahotel.com/

Hanoi Pearl Hotel****

https://www.hanoipearlhotel.com/
 
HOA BINH
Sakura Hotel
http://khachsanhoadao.com.vn/
Grand Hotel***
http://grandhoabinhhotel.com/
Grand Hotel****
http://grandhoabinhhotel.com/

 

MAI CHAU
Homestay
(Basic comfort)
Homestay
(Basic comfort)

 
Homestay
(Basic comfort)
NINH BINH
Tam Coc Sunshine homestay**
http://tamcocsunshinehotel.com/
Yen Nhi Ninh Binh Hotel***
http://www.yennhihotel.com.vn/vi/home.aspx
Ninh Binh Hidden Charm Hotel & Resort****
http://hiddencharmresort.com/

 
HAI PHONG
Pearl River Hai Phong***
https://pearlriverhotel.vn
Mercure Hai Phong****
https://www.mercurehaiphong.com
Avani Hai Phong View****
https://www.avanihotels.com/vi/hai-phong

 
CAT BA
Sea Pearl Cat Ba Hotel***
https://seapearlcatbahotel.com.vn/
Cat Ba Paradise Hotel***
https://catbaparadisehotel.com.vn/

Catba Island Resort & Spa****

https://catbaislandresort.com/
HALONG
Catba Imperial
http://www.catbajonques.com/en/out-boats/cat-ba-imperial/
Catba Imperial
http://www.catbajonques.com/en/out-boats/cat-ba-imperial/
Catba Imperial
http://www.catbajonques.com/en/out-boats/cat-ba-imperial/
TRAIN DE NUIT
King Express
http://www.kingexpresstrain.vn/fr/
King Express
http://www.kingexpresstrain.vn/fr/
Chapa Express
http://www.chapaexpresstrain.com.vn/
SA PA
Saparis Hotel**
https://saparishotel.business.site/
Amazing Sapa***
https://amazinghotel.com.vn/

 
Pistachio****
https://pistachiohotel.com

These prices include
  • Transport by road with a private vehicle and air conditioned.
  • Accommodations as mentioned in the program and breakfast included
  • Meals as mentioned in the program
  • Professional guide during the whole trip
  • Entrance fees for the visits mentioned in the program
  • Hanoi / Laocai / Hanoi overnight train tickets, air-conditioned cabin ticket shared
  • Rickshaw tour in the old quarters of Hanoi;
  • The ticket to see the water puppet show in Hanoi
  • The day aboard a junk in Halong Bay including lunch and dinner with seafood;
  • Boat tours to Perfume Pagoda, Tam Coc, Cat Ba.
These prices do not include
  • International flights
  • Visa  fees to the Vietnamese Embassy, in your country or at the airport
  • Beverages, tip and personal expenses Insurances and assistance
  • Every other service that has not been mentioned as « included »
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NOS CLIENTS VOUS PARLENT DE CE VOYAGE

M et Mme André

08/11/2021
Bonjour chère Anna
 
Nous tenons à vous exprimer nos remerciements pour la qualité de l’organisation de notre séjour au Vietnam.
 
Tout s’est parfaitement bien déroulé la prise en charge, les transferts, le choix des visites et des hôtels ainsi que la qualité des guides avec une pensée particulière pour notre charmant guide de Hanoï.
 
Nous espérons pouvoir programmer en 2019 un prochain séjour au Vietnam sud et Cambodge avec vous.
 
Très sincèrement 
M et Mme André 
 
ANDRE (Groupe de 4 personnes)
Séjour au Vietnam du 10  au 24 Novembre 2017
Email : corinneignace@orange.fr


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Frabric De Kergal.

08/11/2021
Madame NGUYEN bonjour,
Nous voilà revenu du Vietnam et du Cambodge il y a peu de jours.
Tous les amis du groupe de voyage et moi-même, nous voulons remercier Mandarin road et toute son équipe pour le très beau voyage que vous nous avez organisé aussi bien les paysages, les différents sites touristiques que les guides, les restaurants et l'hôtellerie.
Nous n'avons que des félicitations à vous adresser.
Nous espérons que nous aurons à nouveau le plaisir de faire un autre voyage en Asie du sud-est. Nous ne manquerons pas de vous solliciter à nouveau pour l'organisation.
A très bientôt.
Frabric De Kergal.
DE KERGAL (Groupe de 8 personnes)
Séjour au Vietnam et au Cambodge du 26 Novembre  au 13 décembre 2017
Email : f.dekergal@wanadoo.fr


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Bonjour Tina,
Nous voilà bien rentrés - depuis une semaine -  de notre voyage au Vietnam/Siem Reap, avec beaucoup de belles images dans la tête et nous voulons vous remercier pour l'organisation de ce voyage.
Nous avons beaucoup apprécié la diversité de ce que nous avons pu voir et des expériences vécues, durant nos différentes étapes: les sites, les monuments, les visites culturelles, les populations, la cuisine. Nous aimons partager tout cela avec nos amis à présent.
Coté "logistique", tout s'est bien passé aussi: les guides étaient intéressants et à l'écoute, dans des styles différents, les voitures étaient confortables et les chauffeurs ponctuels et efficaces.
Nous avons aussi bien mangé dans l'ensemble et aimé la cuisine vietnamienne. Quant aux hôtels, ils étaient pour la plupart conformes à nos attentes et confortables. Pour celui de Hoi An,remplaçant l’hôtel prévu, pour préciser mon  mail précédent, la chambre était correcte, soyez rassurée. C'est le petit déjeuner qui nous a "étonné", car nous n'avions encore jamais vu cela dans nos voyages: il fallait choisir un seul item dans une petite carte très réduite et en outre, nous avons dû attendre une demie heure l’omelette que nous avions commandée alors que nous étions les seuls clients présents...
Mais c'est un désagrément vraiment minime par rapport à l'ensemble du séjour chez vous !
Nous avons aussi apprécié votre réactivité lorsqu'il a fallu changer quelques points du programme.
Au total donc une belle expérience !
Nous vous souhaitons ainsi qu'à toute l'équipe Mandarin une belle fin d'année 2017.
Gérard et Gudrun Guibilato.
 
GUIBILATO (Groupe de 2 personnes)
Séjour au Vietnam et au Cambodge du 25 Novembre  au 13 décembre 2017
Email : gguibilato@hotmail.com


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Voyage au Vietnam.
 
Bonjour,
 
Tout d’abord merci pour cette très bonne organisation de notre voyage madame VU a toujours été à notre écoute avant et pendant notre séjour.
 
 
Concernant les points forts
 
1/ hôtellerie de très bonne qualité nous avons été surclassé quatre fois, au sylverland où on nous a proposés le dernier jour une suite , au famiana de Phu Quoc où nous avions une villa front beach ,au classy superbe suite et à la résidence wat boo .
 
A noter les hôtels suivants pour vos clients français :
La résidence watboo a siem reap
Le Grace boutique hôtel a mui ne
Famiana à Phu Quoc mais il faut une villa front beach pour éviter les nombreux russes Le silverland . trés bon hôtel nous avons sympathisé avec M VU KHAC DUY . exécutive assistant manager et nous recommandons cet hotel .
 
Il faut éviter l ‘arnaque de coucher chez l ‘habitant (du moins cette adresse.)
 
2/ Guides :
A anchor le guide exceptionnel très grande culture très serviable au top .
Entre siem reap et Phnom Penh le guide un peu limite à Phnom Penh très bon guide bonne qualité bonne culture serviable .
 
À Saigon et sur le trajet Mékong madame Lan n ‘est pas très professionnelle et peut être un peu dépassée.
nous avons vu le dernier jour plus de bâtiments autour de l hôtel qu’avec elle elle n ‘a pas de culture sur l ‘histoire les musées fait au pas de course c ‘est dommage nous étions en permanence à lui poser des questions souvent évacuées .
Sur le Mékong le Cochinchine très bon guide qui s est très occupé de nous très bonnes explications très belles balades visite à recommander à vos clients.
 
3/ voitures et chauffeurs toutes les voitures à compter du deuxième jour superbes chauffeurs très professionnels .
Merci encore nous ne manquerons pas de vous recommander auprès de nos relations
 
Gilbert et jocelyne Arbanou.
 
ARBANOU (Groupe de 2 personnes)
Séjour au Vietnam et au Cambodge du 25 Janvier 16 Février 2018
Email : gj.abarnou@orange.fr


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J.A. Guy KRAEMER

08/11/2021
Je suis né à Hanoï d’un père militaire français qui a « fait l’Indo ».
J’ai voulu faire découvrir le Vietnam à mes 2 filles étudiantes sous l’angle « nature et culture » mais surtout leur faire rencontrer des gens authentiques et découvrir leur vie de tous les jours.
 
Plus que les traditions, l’histoire et les paysages, ce sont les Vietnamiens eux-mêmes qui sont la vraie richesse de ce pays, que j’avais déjà visité il y a une dizaine d’années.
J’ai donc choisi un opérateur local et Mandarin Road et leur programme a totalement répondu à mes demandes, parfois très personnalisées, notamment avec les séjours et les repas chez l’habitant.
On a ri, on a chanté, on a connu de grands moments de joie.
Vous cherchez l’authenticité et les vraies valeurs du Vietnam …?
Adressez-vous à Mandarin Road J J J
 
J.A. Guy KRAEMER (Groupe de 4 personnes)
 
Séjour au Vietnam du 01 au 14 Novembre 2018
Email : guykraemer@free.fr
 


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LOYER

08/11/2021
 
Madame, Monsieur,
 
  Nous tenions à vous féliciter pour l’organisation de notre séjour en Thaïlande « Charmes de la Thaïlande »
 
Des vacances au cours desquelles vous avez su faire preuve de maitrise et de professionnalisme, autant l’accueil a l’arrivée a l’aéroport de Bangkok, le choix de l’hôtel, la qualité et l’exactitude horaire des différents transferts.
Tout cela nous a permis d’apprécier pleinement la découverte de la Thaïlande en toute sérénité. C’était notre premier voyage en Asie et nous redoutions car de plus nous ne parlons pas l’anglais et évidemment pas le thaï. 
Nous remercions particulièrement Mme Tina Vu et Mme Anna Nguyen pour leur efficacité a bien comprendre nos désirs en matière de découverte et a les satisfaire. Nous ne manquerons pas d’utiliser a nouveau vos services pour un futur voyage mais cette fois ci au Vietnam.
Avec à nouveau nos remerciements, nous vous prions de trouver ici, Madame, Monsieur, l’expression de nos sentiments distingués.
 
LOYER (Groupe de 02 personnes)
 
Séjour en Thailande du 18 Janvier  au  07 Févvrier 2018
Email : l.robert52@aliceadsl.fr


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