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Which Tour of Vietnam?

Gourdon, France
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Which Tour of Vietnam?

My husband & I would like to do a two week tour of Vietnwm from North to South over Christmas and New Year 2010. Can anyone recommend a good travel company to go with? We would prefer to travel with a small group. So far we have found tours with Explore, Vietnam Tours and Vietnam Today Travel that look like they would be good. Can anyone recommend any of these companies or any others?

XO Tours
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Le Family Rider
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Hanoi Street Food Tour
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Back of the Bike Tours
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Spokane, Washington
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1. Re: Which Tour of Vietnam?

We went with Over Seas Adventure travel, no more then 16 people often less. It was an awesome trip the local guide was the best guide I've ever seen, he went with us the whole way and saw to the plane tickets, transfers, hotels etc. we didn't have to worry about a thing. Tour starts in Bangkok and ends in Saigon. They go places that most tours can't go so we saw much much more. You won't be sorry if you go. www.oattravel.com


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