Hanoi is a no-stranger name when tourists plan for their vacation in Vietnam. However, the city is not only what it is depicted in most tourist sites - the city has bunches of hidden gems and historical traces. So, to actually get to know this city, you need to check out Hanoi Jeep Tour.
From the passenger seat, you will be able to see Hanoi from a local's perspective. The features of an authentic Hanoi that are glossed over and tucked away on other tourist sites are a tangle of streets, tight lanes, old tiny dwellings, random merchants on the sidewalk, and chaotic traffic.
But after all that, the historic structures and French-influenced boulevards, as well as the city's well-known sights, are not something one should miss when in Hanoi. Every single thing that creates the Hanoi people know and love will be exposed for you to see on Hanoi Jeep tours by Vietnam Airport Car.
Participants will be grouped with an experienced and licensed driver on a Vietnam People’s Army Legend Jeep – Uaz469 / Gaz69, rain ponchos, English-speaking guides, and all food and drinks are included in the tour, let us know beforehand if you have any specific diet preference. We also provide local travel insurance but we still recommend that you have your own.
Please note that our Hanoi Jeep Tour is a join-group tour; additional fees will be applied for personalized and private tours based on the group size, feel free to contact us directly for further details. The number of people for the Jeep Tour can range from 1 at min and 6 at max.
Our meeting point is at Hidden Gem Cafe & Pub, No. 3B Hang Tre Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi. We offer both pick-up and drop-off services, if your hotel is not around Hanoi Old Quarter or you want to get to the meeting point on your own, please arrive 15 minutes before the tour starts.
Explore Hanoi’s maze of streets or narrow alleyways with multiple twists and turns on a Jeep.
Discover famous historical sites and ancient destinations to understand Vietnamese glorious history.
Experience Hanoi's special dishes at vendors, especially egg coffee.
Have a deep insight into local lives.