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Vietnam City Tours - Dalat, Hanoi, HoiAn - recommendations

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A friend and I are going to Vietnam in August to visit my son and his wife in Saigon. My friend and I will be taking side trips to the above cities. I would appreciate recommendations re sighseeing tours within these cities. One of us has a knee injury and really cannot do any adventure type tours. We are both interested in learning about the history and culture of these cities and also enjoy local arts and crafts and food. Would love to hear about specific tour companies that you recommend. Do you think there is any reason to book these in advance.

I was in Hanoi in 2002 when my son lived there and we all went to the Pottery Village which I enjoyed. We took cooking classes in HoiAn as well which was fun. Would be most interested though in general sightseeing to help us get acclimated to the area.

Thanks so much
Pam

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