There is an useful sentence that you should keep in your mind as a mantra before any trip: Good travel is the result of good planning. That is extremely true when you are heading to our country for a Vietnam tour. Even if you book a tour from Vietnam tour agency, it still have to research more local tips to ensure stress-free experiences. We have broken your pre-traveling consideration down into eightn-point plan will help make your next Vietnam tour a success.
Prepare your passport and apply for any necessary visas
Make sure your passport to be valid for at least six months after entering Vietnam. If its expiration date is approaching, you need to renew your passport. Though not a requirement for all foreign tourists to Vietnam, you should take a look at tourist if it is a single or multiple entry visas. In case of any accompanying children must bring a birth certificate for the baby.
Get vaccinated and medicine
It is advisable that you book an appointment with your healthcare provider or travel medicine specialist to get advices on what types of injections you already have and will need as a precaution against various diseases. Bring together with some pain medication bellies for unexpected accidents.
Prepare your finances (Money, ATM card)
Traveling will have to carry money, but you still have to prepare thoroughly for the time on the road with the sole forgotten. You should prepare an emergency fund, and if traveling abroad, the indispensable is to go before the country’s currency exchange days off.
Do not forget to bring your ATM card to run out of money in case of emergency can call for support by relatives .
Check your destination’s weather
What you shall wear during Vietnam tour depends on the weather of attractions you will visit. The North and the South Vietnam experience different patterns of climate. Hanoi has a hot summer (from May to August) with the temperature peaked at 35-37 degree Celcius while it can decrease to only 14-15 Celcius during winter time (between December and February). In contrast, Ho Chi Minh city has two seasons: dry and wet with the highest temperature around 30 Celcius. If your Vietnam tour package runs in such period, you should bring heavy cloths on winter or T-shirts for summer time. To make sure that you bring the appropriate type of clothes, it is better to check out the weather of destination before you go. If you are planning Vietnam tour itinerary in the summer or rainy time, you are likely to consider about Vietnam mosquitoes. Everyone never want to waste their long holidays in hospital due to dengue fever. Therefore, let put some insect repellents and long-sleeve clothes into your luggage for hot and humid nights in Vietnam.
When traveling you have to move frequently and walk a lot. So if the hard shoes or high heels would be a big mistake because it will make your legs become swollen. Instead, you should prepare canvas shoes, sports soft, flat base for easy walking, climbing . If sailing is you should be prepared to add a pair of sandals to walk on the beach.
Make copies of Vietnam tour documents
Have at least one color copy of your passport’s ID page and visa stored somewhere safe and away from your original passport. By the way, hotel reservations, train ticket confirmations, and all other travel documents should be copied as well in paper or digital form (saved on your phone or in your email). It is really convenient.
Camera , charger and backup battery
Camera indispensable for you to record the moments and the beauty of the places you will go on a trip, you can later “show off” with people and keeping family memories .
Do not forget to prepare extra battery charger and a pair of backup battery to the battery
8. Learn some key phrases in Vietnamese
Of course it’s best practice to learn basics like “Hello – Xin Chào” “Thank you – Cảm ơn”, “How much does it cost – giá bao nhiêu?” and “Where is the bathroom? – Nhà vệ sinh ở đâu?” Then there are times when being able to effectively communicate is a matter of health and safety. If you have any food allergies or severe medical conditions, it’s important to learn how to inform others about those issues in a foreign language.