What VISA do I need and how to get it?
As of May 15, 2022, foreigners entering the country as tourists are exempt from the requirements of medical declaration and SARS-CoV-2 pre- and post-arrival testing.
NOTE: For questions regarding visa procedures, entry, stay and requirements for entry to Vietnam, it is strongly recommended to consult with the Embassy of Vietnam in Mexico (https://vnembassy-mexico.mofa.gov.vn/vi-vn/Trang/default.aspx) or Vietnamese Embassies and Consulates in other countries.
Traveling to Hanoi on your own
One of the doubts that always arise when we start a trip is the documentation, do I need a visa or not, how do I process it, how much time do I need and a long etc. In this post we explain you how to manage your visa for Vietnam.
The cost of the visa varies between 40 usd – 70 usd, depending on the place from where you process it, the amount of time you want to be in the country (1 month / 3 months), the number of entries you want to do (single entry / multi-entry) and the time you want to wait to pick it up (the cheapest option is 24 hours). You can ask for your visa from the official and manage it yourself, or from a processing company and for a little more money they will manage it for you.
You can save money with the service fee if you are more than 2 people, the more visas you process together the cheaper it will be. For example 2 or 3 people. Remember that the stamping fees will be fixed.
The cost of the processing will depend on the agency (55 usd) and the delivery time will be around 7 days. During those 7 days the agency must keep your passport. In case you want to extend your visa for more than 1 month you will have to do the same procedure or leave the country and re-enter after at least 30 days.
How to know if I NEED a VISA to TRAVEL ✈️
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Tourists who wish to be fascinated by the beautiful scenery can visit the jungles, caves, grottos and immense limestone pillars. Those looking to explore new flavors and foods will be delighted with the cheap and delicious street food.
Yes, some vaccinations are recommended for visiting Vietnam. The WHO and ISTM recommend the following vaccinations: typhoid, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, rabies, MMR (measles, mumps and rubella), meningitis, and influenza.
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A visa is required to enter Vietnam, but can be obtained through travel agencies and can be picked up upon arrival in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City or Da Nang airport. Visitors can also obtain a Phu Quoc extension which is valid for 30 days if you are only traveling to Phu Quoc. Mexican citizens are not eligible for Vietnam’s E visa program.
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It is not for less, because Vietnam is undoubtedly one of the most authentic and special countries that you can know today. The beauty of its landscapes, the originality of its people and the constant sensation of intensity and adventure make it one of the best destinations you can visit today.
It is normal that if you are planning a trip to Vietnam you are a bundle of nerves and you are assaulted by everyday doubts about how and in what way to choose to visit it, which is why with this post we intend to clarify many of these doubts a little bit and to guide you to enjoy everything that this country has to offer in the best way.
There are many travelers who plan to make a trip to Vietnam and visit the whole country starting at one end and ending at the other, but is it worth it? How many days are needed? Where is better to start?
Well, the first thing you need to know is that if you want to tour Vietnam in this way is that you will need a minimum of 15 days, for trips of less duration our recommendation is that you focus on a particular part of the country or you will cover too much and you will deepen little.