Traveling with Children

1. What if we have small children traveling with us? 

If you are planning to bring your children to Vietnam, not to worry, Vietnam is one of the most baby-friendly places you may ever travel to. All of our Footprint Travel consultants are moms and will be able to answer any of your questions from a mom's point of view.  

For shared rooms with parents, normally a child under 5 years old is free of charge. If an extra bed for your child is needed it would result in an additional cost.

We recommend you to arrange a private tour just for your family, thus giving you and your family more room and comfort during van transportation and flexibility in your tour itinerary.

It is the best to consult with your doctors before you bring your newborns or infants traveling to Vietnam.

Before traveling, please talk with Footprint Travel consultants to figure out how you will manage all the needed baby gear / supplies to all the sites.


2.  Disable people traveling with wheel chair?


For people with wheelchairs, we will need to consider some special care, especially with transportation. Some of the sites are not well-suited for wheelchairs. Normally, Footprint considers arranging private transport, and at some sites a porter.

Please contact our travel consultants for more detailed information. We have had some experience with the elderly, and those in wheelchairs. With a little creativity those trips have been great, not missing a thing!