Experience an amazing display of Cham sculpture and the sensational, bargain-hunting in Hoi An, discover My Son Cham Holy Land, explore the Nguyen King tombs and temples of Hue, admire the mysterious caves of Phong Nha.
- Tour Code VNPT-04
- Length 5 days / 4 nights
- Start From Da Nang - Hoi An - Hue
- Tour Type
Welcome to Da Nang - Overnight in Hoi An Ancient Town
Upon arriving at Da Nang International Airport and will be greeted by local tour guide and driver. Transfer to Hoi An to visit Hoi an’s Ancient Town, the World Cultural Heritage with Japanese Bridge, Tan Ky Ancient House with 200 years old, or Hoi Quan Phuc Kien Pagoda with style building of Chinese people, or Pottery Museum. Free leisure time to wander around and go shopping. Stay overnight at hotel of choice in Hoi An.
Hoi An - My Son Holly Land - Handicraft villages
Pick up at the hotel in Hoi an, depart for My Son to visit the Cham Holy land - a UNESCO World Natural Heritage in 1999 – the ruins of Cham people and was an imperial city during Cham dynasty. Return to Hoi An for having lunch at the local restaurant.
In the afternoon, take the boat flowing on the river of Thu Bon, with stops to visit Thanh Ha ceramic village, Kim Bong furniture village, then floating down to Cua Dai estuary for a great view of sunset over the Thu Bon River and the sea before returning. Stay overnight at hotel of choice in Hoi An
Hoi An - Da Nang – Hue
Leave Hoi An to back Da Nang for visit the Marble Mountain and Cham Museum, which is a great chance to dig down in the fascinating world of the Cham Kingdom. After that depart to Hue via Hai Van Pass and Lang Co beach. Have lunch at the local restaurant. Arrive at Hue and check in the hotel. Free time to explore and stay overnight at the hotel of choice in Hue city.
Hue city tour – Boat trip on Hương River
Pick up at the hotel and transfers to visit two of the Nguyen Emperors’ mausoleums, Tu Duc tomb and Minh Mang tomb. Each tomb brings unique of each King about his palace with his orient. After the lunch at the local restaurant, take a cruise on Huong River to visit Thien Mu pagoda, one of the oldest pagodas of Viet Nam lies on Northern of Hue city. Next go on visiting The Citadel where Nguyen Emperors lived in the past including Nine Dynastic Urns, Nine Holy Cannons, Thai Hoa Palace, and Purple Forbidden City...Meet the car and back to the hotel of choice in Hue city.
Hue - Quang Binh - Phong Nha Cave - Ha Noi
Picked up at the hotel in Hue and proceed to Dong Hoi City in Quang Binh Province for visiting Phong Nha Caves, a World Natural Heritage is recognized by UNESCO. Take a boat cruise on the Son River to visit Phong Nha Cave with its grottos. Stop to visit Cung Dinh cave, Tien Cave and Bi Ky Cave with beautiful limestone formations. Enjoy lunch at the local restaurant.
On the way back to Hue via Quang Tri Province, stop for visiting Hien Luong Bridge and Ben Hai River which is located on the 17th parallel. This is a chance to get more experiences of Vietnam history and people in the time of the war in 20th Century. Arrive in Hue in the evening, catch the night train to Ha Noi.
End of services. Finish your The Roads to Vietnam Heritage tour.
Price & Bookings
|Grade tour||Price per person in US$||Single|
|2 pax||3 - 4 pax||5 - 7 pax||8 - 10 pax||11 - 15 pax|
|Hotel 3 *||$492||$423||$355||$345||$336||$86|
|Hotel 4 *||$592||$523||$455||$444||$436||$162|
|Hotel 5 *||$724||$655||$587||$577||$568||$264|
Tour price includes:
- A/c private car/van/minibus for pick up, transfer & sightseeing as per program.
- English or French speaking tour guide.
- Boat trips
- Entrance fees
- Meals as indicated in the program (B = Breakfast; L = Lunch; D = Dinner)
- Hotel accommodation based on two people sharing a twin or double room
Tour price excludes:
- Vietnam domestic flights from HCMC
- Train ticket from Hue to Hanoi
- Vietnamese entry visa
- Travel insurance
- Drinks & other meals not mentioned in the program.
- Tips for tour guide and driver
- Personal expenses (Porter, Laundry, telephone fee, Optional Tour, etc.)
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