What they said about us on Trip Advisor

Oct. 1, 2017
This tour was by far the best in Vietnam. From the first contact with Liam prior to our visit to Vietnam to his recommendations for other tours I can honestly say the communication was exceptional. The whole day was just brilliant and one we will never forget. We visited an amazing waterfall where we swam in the refreshing water and the lunch provided at a village resort was amazing. The highlight of the day was definitely hanging out with the kids from the minority village. It has left such an impact on me I can't wait to return to see those smiling faces. Thankyou to our drivers Liam & Hoang (King) you guys made our experience extra special.
 

SG1366
Gold Coast, Australia
Jul. 10, 2017
wow what a day 2 jeeps, 6 of us & 2 fab drivers that just made our day. Stopping at the minority village with those beautiful children was a highlight we will never forget, & that swim at the waterfalls was amazing, do not miss this tour its a must.
 
jayne1
australia
May. 30, 2017

We did the waterfall and monkey your with jeep it up in late May. Awesome tour with a really cool old jeep.

Great for the family (despite no seatbelts which we're getting use to now), the climbing to the airport with our toddler in a back pack was interesting!

Highly recommended.

AdenandBrodie

May. 22, 2017

Everything you read about this tour is true it's in believable the captain was great with our 5 year old boy who loved it. Thanks Captain for a great day.

Matt-37244

 
May. 8, 2017

Wow. That's all I can say at the start. After a great couple of days doing the usual tourist stuff, we were itching to get off the beaten and experience the real Vietnam, from the hustle and bustle of the city at the start, we worked our way out to the beating heart of the country. Captain Thao's passion, knowledge, human and excellent communication skills were exceptional. The villages were awesome, we got to see the proper markets, the difference in living conditions and the real subsistence farmers battling everyday. As we worked our way further and further we stopped numerous times to see sleeping mats being made and conical hats. We learnt about culture, religion and the differing lifestyles of the classes. One of the best parts was Captain Thao talking about his childhood and if we would like to buy some bags of candy for the local children of the ethnic villages, we obliged with twenty bags!! The smiles on their faces were unforgettable as we drove through! It was a but fun gesture and one we won't forget. On we went to Yang Bay for a swim and to see the crocodile farm. Finally we had lunch at Memento which was a great way to finish. Overall a super fun day and the best part of the trip. If you're in town make sure this is on the agenda.

Luke E
Cairns, Australia