Vietnam VISA Update
As of 1st July 2015, British passport holders travelling for tourism or business will be able to enter Vietnam for up to 15 days without a visa. That means Britons will save at least £54 on the cost of a single-entry visa. The new policy also applies to French, German, Spanish and Italian nationals. The new regulation follows the recent announcement of falling Chinese tourist numbers in Vietnam. Vietnam’s dispute with China over islands in the South China Sea has been blamed for the fall. Hopefully the move will improve the situation – Vietnam’s great beauty and rich history deserves to be seen.
If you are planning to travel to Vietnam remember that you must be immunised against yellow fever prior to entering the country. As most vaccines don’t offer immunity for at least two weeks after they’re given you need to make an appointment with your doctor 4 to 8 weeks before you travel. That means its now even easier for you to join us on tour.
Historical Trips' Last Night I Dreamed of Peace tour examines the impact of the Vietnam War. Forty years after the Fall of Saigon we travel South to North across the country re-examining the conflict. We re-asses everything from the Ho Chi Minh Trail to Agent Orange; Napalm to the Viet Cong - examining how Hollywood has skewed the true view of the war which shook the world… Away from the tragedies and atrocities of the past: Vietnam is still an exotic, utterly compelling land - its breath-taking natural beauty will haunt you forever. Click here to find out more about our tour.
You can view gov.uk’s recent update about travelling to Vietnam by clicking here. Non-British travelers should contact their respective embassies for more information.