|Popular in||June||High demand for flights, 4% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||July||Best time to find cheap flights, 4% potential price drop|
|Average price||C$ 2,043||Average for round-trip flights in June 2022|
|Round-trip from||C$ 1,030||From Toronto to Hanoi Noibai|
|One-way from||C$ 13||One-way flight from Toronto to Hanoi Noibai (HAN)|
Information is based on travel restrictions from Canada to Hanoi Noibai
Most visitors from Canada can enter Hanoi Noibai without restrictions.
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Canada are not required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test or antigen result upon entering Hanoi Noibai.
Visitors from Canada are not required to quarantine after entering Hanoi Noibai.
PC-COVID app - Foreign arrivals shall be required to make health declarations before entry and download and use the PC-COVID app during their stay in Viet Nam.
Returning to Canada from Hanoi Noibai
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Hanoi Noibai must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) or Antigen (quick-test) test taken 72 hours for RT-PCR (NAAT) and 1 day for Antigen (quick-test) before departing to Canada.
Visitors from Hanoi Noibai are not required to quarantine after entering Canada.
YTO - HAN
C$ 1,070 - C$ 2,027
20 - 34 °C
22 - 234 mm
Hanoi ranks among the world’s most interesting cities to visit – a far cry from its unfortunate reputation as a political outpost during the Vietnam War. Originally called Thang Long (City of the Dragon), today’s Hanoi is a city of constant commotion always offering something of interest to the traveller.
Today, Hanoi serves as the transportation hub of the country. All flights to Hanoi arrive at its airport and travellers heading onward can board trains to further destinations in Vietnam or China. Before you board a Hanoi flight from home, take a look around and consider the impact one airport has on a city. During the Vietnam War, Hanoi’s transportation facilities were continuously bombed and bridges, railways and airports were destroyed. Hanoi’s reconstruction and resurrection as Vietnam’s travel hub serves as a tribute to the country’s determination to survive.
Hanoi has a humid topical climate. Summer is May through September, and it is hot and sticky with lots of rain. June is the hottest month with temperatures in the 30s (Celsius). September through November is sunny weather in the 20s. Winter is November through February and is typically cool and drier. January is the coolest month with temperatures in the low teens and a cold northeasterly wind. March and April temperatures rise to the 20s with a constant drizzle. The typhoon season is July to November.
To experience festive holiday atmosphere at its fullest, book a cheap flight to Hanoi during Tet, the lunar new year.
Peak Season: Summer time beckons tourists from around the world to bask in the sun and sweat with the locals between June and August. Outside of those roasting months though, January offers the celebration of Tet (lunar new year) that dresses the city in a guise of elegance, spirit and parties. Find a cheap flight to Hanoi in advance to ensure your spot in the action.
Off-peak Season: Because the city can be considered a year-round location, you can always find cheap flights to Hanoi, depending on your weather preferences. Fewer Tourists seek it out in the winter (except for Tet, in January), and March’s drizzle and chill leave most travellers yearning for the comforts of the indoors.
Save yourself the hassle of dealing with Hanoi’s traffic and crowds and take a taxi. Cab companies are very competitive, so service is prompt. All the taxis are metred and it’s easy to call a cab or hail one from a taxi stand. If you’re feeling adventurous, try a motorbike taxi. If you want to take it easy, have a tour operator, travel agency or local tourist café hire you a car or driver. You can also rent bicycles from any hotel or café in the centre of town. Make sure the bike has a lock and bring a helmet. If you’re really brave, it’s easy to rent a motorcycle as well. Be careful on Hanoi’s busy streets. Motorcycle accidents are the leading cause of death and injury to foreigners in Vietnam. Walking can also be hazardous, so be aware of traffic and follow locals whenever possible. Try to keep a steady pace and don’t panic when crossing the street. You can flag down a cyclo (pedicab), but you’ll need to determine a fare before boarding. Avoid taking a cyclo at night though. It’s always a good idea to know where you’re going, and bring a map so you can point out your destination. Many cyclo drivers don’t speak English, and this will help both of you get where you’re going. Avoid the public buses altogether. They may be cheap, but they’re also slow, crowded and poorly labeled.
Hanoi Noibai (HAN), located 22.8 km from the city centre, is the airport you fly into when you book flights to Hanoi.