Photography Day Tours in Vietnam
Discover local life while learning how to take great pictures on one of our acclaimed photography tours.
We made our name creating original ‘untouristic’ tours especially for people who love photography and real adventure. We were the first tour company in Hanoi to bring people to the city’s railway village, on our Hanoi On the Tracks tour. We were also the first to even think of taking guests to Long Bien at 4:00 in the morning to experience the market in full swing. We’ve continued the Vietnam in Focus way with tours like Danang On the Waterfront, Hai Van Pass Horizons and Saigon On the Tracks – all of them pioneers in their respective areas.
On a day photo tour with us, expect to get off the beaten track, mix it with the locals, learn new photography skills and come away with pictures to make you proud. And expect to get up early – after all, that’s when we get the best shots.
All tours include pick up from your home or hotel, non-alcoholic drinks, and most include a meal. Check the itineraries for details.
Get off the tourist trail and explore one of Saigon’s most fascinating local neighbourhoods – an area of vintage apartment blocks and vibrant street markets known as ‘the colony’
For the Ultimate Private Photography Experience in Hanoi. Ultimate Hanoi packs the most photography and fun into a single day’s visit to Hanoi! Includes our highly sort after incense and basket weaving craft villages. This is the number one way to experience the true Hanoi vibe. and the best private photography day tour experience!
Discover and photograph one of the north’s most fascinating and colourful craft villages, Quang Phu Cau Incense Village. Only about an hour by car from Hanoi, the villagers here produce traditional bright red incense, making for stunning imagery at all stages of the process
Capture and explore Hanoi. On our private half day photography tour through the cities Old Quarter, experience the morning markets and life around the inner-cities railway as well as the historic monuments of this historic city.
Explore Danang’s riviera at dusk. Capture the changing colours of the famous Dragon and Han bridges. Explore the inner city after dark and enhance you long exposure photography.
Photograph Hanoi’s bustling Long Bien morning market, as thousands of deliveries from the provinces and farther-flung regions of Vietnam provide traders with stock. From century-old Long Bien Bridge, we learn how to introduce a photo story with a ‘context’ or ‘landscape’ shot.