Exciting biking challenge into the woods

Have you ever felt bored with the crowded city streets? With the skyscrapers, or the neon signs?  Have you ever had the urge to get away from the hectic urban lifestyle and run to the healing arms of Mother Nature? If yes, Viet King Fisher Jungle Biking Tour is exactly what you need.

This biking excursion takes place in the beautiful Vinh Cuu forest in Dong Nai – one of the most biodiverse regions in Vietnam. For those adrenaline junkies who are desperate for an exciting adventure, this journey into the deep woods will definitely provide you with an exhilarating experience that you won’t forget. See More…

Vespa adventures: Saigon on two wheels

What is the best way to travel in Vietnam? On a plane? A car? A cruise ship? Actually, the best answer is: a motorcycle. This two-wheeled vehicle is so common that if you visit Vietnam and have never jump on the back of it once, you know you have missed the most amazing experience that one could even has of this lovely country. On this article of Insider, we are pleased to present you a unique sightseeing tour called Vespa Adventures, giving you the chance to explore every corner of Saigon on a beautiful vintage Vespa. See More…

(Part 2) Snap Vietnam / Discover Saigon: Customized tours

We all know the struggle of being in a package tour operated by various travel agencies: too many people, too many tourist traps, insufficient time allocation, bad food, etc. That’s why our words of the day are “customized tour” – a journey made by you and just for you. Among myriad agencies, Snap Vietnam stands out as one of those that have successfully implemented personalization in travel, providing sightseeing tours that are diverse, compelling, affordable, and will definitely leave you in awe.

Snap Vietnam’s tours focus on 3 main categories: Sightseeing, Food excursion, and Journeys to the countryside. All of the above are private and made-to-order. See More…

Saigon on bikes

Recommended by more than 5.000 travelers, Saigon on Bikes is the provider of various exciting and informative tours around this lovely city. From the back of a bike – the most basic and popular means of transport in Vietnam, you can experience the vibrant life of a true local. For history and culture enthusiasts, Saigon city tour will sweep you off your feet. And to all the gastronomes out there, get ready to stuff your stomach with plenty of superb and exotic specialties in Saigon. What’s more, a custom-made tour is also available if you already have a wish list to fulfill. So what are you waiting for? See More…

Boat trip along the Saigon canal

Amused by the hustle and bustle of Saigon, many travelers might not realize that there is also a more serene and peaceful side of this energetic city that no one should miss: the waterway.

Among various streams and canals in the city, the Nhieu Loc – Thi Nghe is no doubt one of the most famous and has quite a fascinating history of its own. Once suffered from serious pollution, Nhieu Loc – Thi Nghe canal has recently been revitalised and soon become a beautiful tourist spot, a precious gem hidden at the heart of the city. From the vantage point of a boat, you will have a chance to appreciate the beauty and tranquility that cannot be found in the busy urban streets. Sound interesting, right? Then let’s sail away! See More…

(Part 1) Snap Vietnam / Heading South: Countryside Tours

We all know the struggle of being in a package tour operated by various travel agencies: too many people, too many tourist traps, insufficient time allocation, bad food, etc. That’s why our words of the day are “customized tour” – a journey made by you and just for you. Among myriad agencies, Snap Vietnam stands out as one of those that have successfully implemented personalization in travel, providing sightseeing tours that are diverse, compelling, affordable, and will definitely leave you in awe.

Snap Vietnam’s tours focus on 3 main categories: Sightseeing, Food excursion, and Journeys to the countryside. All of the above are private and made-to-order. See More…