School trips to Vietnam


Vietnam is a beautiful country with an interesting history. It is a wonderful place to explore the wide diversity of human experience.

Cross-curricular wonderland


Whatever key stage your students are studying, one of Voyager Worldwide’s premium tours of Vietnam will bring the key subjects of History, Geography and Biology vividly to life. The rich history, the remarkable landscapes and the biodiversity provide a stunning backdrop to a Voyager tour that will create memories to last a lifetime.

A wondrous place with a turbulent past


The tragic recent history of Vietnam has been told many times through film and in print. To visit the country, however, is to witness, at first hand, the resilience of a people that refuse to be beaten, in an environment that is vibrant, exquisitely beautiful, and steeped with culture. Echoes of Vietnam’s struggles with the Chinese, the French and the United States are evident in the cuisine, the architecture and, sadly, the monuments to the fallen that you will see. A turbulent past, however, often forms a stimulating place that will enhance your students’ understanding of the past and present.

North and South


When you take one of Voyager Worldwide’s school tours to Vietnam you will travel the length of the country from Hanoi (‘Paris of the East’) in the North to Ho Chi Minh City in the South. Wherever you start your journey there will be ample opportunity to learn about the history of the area, as well as time to revel in the beauty of an environment blessed with incredible biodiversity. Along the way you will sample sizzling street food, bicycle through the busy streets of Hanoi, make a train journey on one of Vietnam’s comfortable, air-conditioned trains (the best way to travel in this country!) and take a Perfume River boat cruise.

“A day of travelling will bring a basketful of learning.” Vietnamese proverb
“A high-quality geography education should inspire in pupils a curiosity and fascination about the world and its people that will remain with them for the rest of their lives.” DoE National Geography Programme of Study Key Stage 3
“Its cities are absurdly in-your-face, driven by the buzz of a million motorbikes and the palpable thrust of energy and commerce, yet this is a nation that also does subtle - just try the food. Banh bao vac (steamed minced shrimp dumpling), for example, delicately combines salty, sweet and sour flavours with a topping of crunchy, crispy shallots.” By Iain Stewart, The Telegraph, December 2014

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