Hanoi Urban Adventures
Day tours, with a local
Our Hanoi tours provide a unique way of experiencing the rich culture and fascinating sites you'll find in this part of Vietnam. Whether wandering through the narrow streets of Hanoi Old Quarter, browsing local markets, sharing a cup of coffee on the footpath, interacting with the locals at “Bia Hoi” corner or tasting the genuine flavour of “Pho”, a Hanoi Urban Adventure gives you a real life Hanoi experience!
Taking a Hanoi tour with Hanoi Urban Adventures gets you well off the beaten path and reveals the genuine side of this fascinating city.
from 11 reviews
From USD 48.00
Just arrived in Hanoi? Need an introduction to this buzzing city? Leaving soon and haven't seen any of the highlights yet? Never fear, join this Hanoi tour which covers the historic hot spots, must-see monument, and special spaces that you'd kick yourself for missing.
from 15 reviews
From USD 103.00
There's a reason Halong Bay is one of the most photographed places in Vietnam - it's ridiculously beautiful. Hop on a traditional junk, glide through the azure waters with a drink in one hand, and a spot of seafood in the other. There's no better way to travel Halong Bay!
from 5 reviews
From USD 54.00
Trade in the frenetic pace of hectic Hanoi for the slow and steady vibe of rural Vietnam. Visit a village known for it's supreme silk making skills, see ceramic making in action, and learn about life outside of Hanoi.
Citadels, Karsts & Cycle
from 5 reviews
From USD 84.00
Mix it up on this Hanoi tour which includes a 12 km cycle session and a sneaky rowboat ride through caves, past rice paddies, villages, and limestone karsts.
Hanoi Street Food by Night
from 28 reviews
From USD 26.00
Travel is all about the street food these days, and why not? It's fresh, fast, cheap and a great way to crack into the local scene. Join this Hanoi tour to source the best street eats from markets, food carts, street cafes and other hard-to-find-but-totally-worth-the-effort secret spots.more...
Tet Festival of the Kinh
Place: Hanoi - [ 15/01/2015 - 15/02/2015 ]
Tet is the biggest and the most sacred festival in Vietnam, and is the most attractive to a majority of the Vietnamese.Perfume Pagoda Festival
Place: Hanoi - [ 19/02/2015 - 19/03/2015 ]
The Huong Pagoda Festival mainly consists of sightseeing trips to pagodas, temples and caves, as well as visiting ceremonies. It is most crowded from the 15th - 20th day of the 2nd month of the lunar calendar as this period marks the the main festival.Hung King Temple Festival
Place: Phu Tho Province - North of Hanoi - [ 27/03/2015 - 02/04/2015 ]
The Festival lasts from the 9th to 13th day of the Third Lunar Month, with the 10th day being the main day. The festival offers an opportunity for the Vietnamese to visit their land of origin, and involves, among other things, a procession of traditional cakes (“Bánh trưng” – a four-cornered rice cake, “Bánh dày” – a rice pie), “Xoan” folk song contest (Hát Xoan), Ca Trù and bronze drum performances.
Hung King festival attracts millions of visitors every year, for this is a featuring cultural as well as a sacred event for all the Vietnamese people to visit their land of origin.more events...
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18 Nov 2014 This is what I wrote on Tripadvisor: We booked the Foodie Night Tour as a private group for eight of us and met up with Quan as scheduled. We had a great, great time. He was informative friendly, patient, and humorous. He taught us how to cross the streets, too. We started with a snack my our meeting point, then walked the streets for two hours,tasting rice-flour rolls stuffed with pork and accompanied by dipping sauces, fresh apple-pears on the street, an amazing main course of Chinese-style grill (again on the street), dessert of various fresh fruits with coconut milk, condensed milk, and ice, and the capped it off with beers and coffee at the Cafe Pho Co overlooking the city's skyline and lake. The whole group agreed that it was a perfect way to spend out first evening in Hanoi. Quan gave us great eating recommendation for the next day, too. Highly recommended!!!
12 Nov 2014 Over the past three weeks, I have been on 6 Urban Adventures in Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Hanoi. CITADEL KARST AND CYCLES has been by far the best one to date giving an insight into the history if Vietnam at the Citadel, a thoroughly fun hour cycling through the villages and rice fields, culminating in an amazing trip through the Karsts by boat. Keep up the good work Intrepid.
31 Oct 2014 My guide Hoang Le was excellent and I'd high reccomend this trip in Hanoi if your planning on staying for a few days
03 Sep 2014 We were lucky to have Thao all to ourselves on the street food tour. She was hugely enthusiastic and knowledgeable and we spent a lovely evening wandering into places which we otherwise would have walked straight past. A really excellent tour and a fantastic introduction to Hanoi
24 Aug 2014 The trip was great and we enjoyed all aspects of it. One thing I would mention is to be careful of the local street food experience we were both quite ill following this, and we usually do not have this problem in Vietnam.
13 Aug 2014 Loved the boat ride - better than anticipated!
04 Aug 2014 Trois my tour guide was fantastic. His knowledge at all levels was exceptional; his pleasant demeanour and flexibility made me feel very comfortable whilst travelling alone.
25 Jul 2014 More real than we expected. Very worth while doing and a great opportunity to see the food markets from the back streets. Just be aware when you are given directions. When you are told to turn left but the person is pointing with their right hand they mean right. We went by the spoken word and became lost for an hour and a half. Since then we have taken notice and it is a common practice.
28 Jun 2014 All drivers on every tour were excellent and Thanh our tour guide for Halong Bay gave excellent service.
13 Jun 2014 We did three events in one day; each of them very interesting. Our guide, Thoa, was the best! His English was superb, and he shared so much knowledge about the past and present ways of life in Vietnam.
The Hanoi Urban Adventure team are passionate about their city. Each of our Hanoi tours will show you different aspects of our country, different corners of its streets, unique insight into our home communities and much more! Come see the best of Hanoi and its surrounds with us.
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