We now head down in to central Vietnam where you will find some of the biggest and longest scenic destinations in Vietnam & the world. With tremendous caves, beaches, a theme park, ancient town & historic locations, you will have a hard time moving on from central Vietnam.

In Phong Nha you have the biggest cave in the world Son Doong, a little out of your budget range I would say at around US$3000 a pop. But, there are other beautiful & stunning caves more aptly priced for backpackers, to visit, namely Paradise Cave, Hang Va, Hang En or Pygmy Cave, the world's 4th largest cave to name but a few.

If you enjoy a motorbike ride through Vietnam, then you must ride along The Ho Chi Minh Trail, one of the most famous & longest roads in Vietnam and at 1000 km long in its heyday.

Down in to Danang and you have the world's longest non-stop single track cable car at 5800 metres set 60km outside Danang which guides you to one of Vietnam's newest selfie capitals, The Golden Bridge on the Ba Na Hills complex.

Relaxing time in Hoi An is probably the order of the day or is it the shopping and getting suits, shoes and dresses tailored for when you decide to head home and get a proper job 🙂

Central Vietnam is vast and we will try to cover as many tips as possible on Vietnam Backpacker Tips.

Happy backpacking people!