The central region of Vietnam refers to a slender curvaceous region characterized by a spectacular coastline and lush interior scattered with mountains, vast caverns and sprawling national parks. Home to the former imperial capital of Hue, it is possible to venture through a fascinating history represented today by ancient architectural remnants. Centuries old architecture such as Tan Ky House, Assembly Hall of the Fujian Chinese Congregation and The Imperial Closure offer insight to Vietnam’s rich and diverse history.
Journey inland to the nearby Laos border and experience a dramatic change in scenery. Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site offering untold adventures into a verdant world, crossed by lakes and rivers running over and under mammoth caves and through pristine jungle.
The central region of Vietnam provides an exceptional transition and endless memorable experiences for those traveling overland between the north and south. Mesmerizing cultures, aromatic cuisine and charming, quaint towns and villages are dispersed throughout this winding region – creating emphatic encounters for your guests.