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Among the network with over 150 destinations of Gray Line World Wide, a 100-years system of quality control, Gray Line Vietnam is one of the leading specialists in Vietnam tourism. Annually we welcome thousands of both FIT and GIT clients for haft...more
Only took the one tour with Grayline, however had negative feedback from other tourists. One half day tour was 2 hours long, hurried and was not taken to venues advertised. Gave a tip to driver and guide and driver asked for more.
Sunday morning and email sent notifying me that my DMZ tour for tomorrow is cancelled. I booked weeks ago and was meant to be highlight of visit. Indifferent response by Gray Line Tours.
Be very careful when booking with this company - they really do...More
We took the afternoon tour. Our guide picked us at the hotel on time. We first visited the Reunification palace, then to the Notre Dame cathedral. Though the cathedral is currently closed because it is undergoing renovation. We only took pictures outside. Beside it is...More
Picked up on time from our hotel and after picking up the rest of the tour group we headed off to the Jade Emperor Pagoda. Too much incense for my liking but such fascinating stories! The War Remnants Museum was a highlight but needed more...More
Grayline Vietnam three land travel
We took two tours with Gray line Vietnam three land travel
One half day sightseeing viator booking number BR - 649788998 on May 16th
And one more half day sightseeing viator booking number BR - 649740480 on may 13th
A long drive from the city, around 4 hours each way.
Did the 2 days 1 night tour with friends.
A lot of stops related to shops, buying stuff and little boat rides.
I was in HCMC for a long while and it was nice...More
We were the first to be picked up on time but it then took a very long time to pick up everyone else. It was also a long drive to Cai Be, around 3 hours.
On arrival we took a very short walk through a...More