Hoi An Tours and Activities

Hoi An tours and activities listing, a guide of excursions available while traveling in Hoi An
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What’s it like to move through life at the pace of a bicycle or a bamboo boat? How does one spend a day when they’re not rushing from place to place and deadline to deadline? The answer to these questions is waiting for you in Hoi An, Vietnam. Discover the simple pleasures of rural life when you surround yourself with vegetable gardens, rice terraces, fishing boats. In Vietnam, ‘slow living’ isn’t just a buzzword — it’s a bonafide way of life.
Sample life in Vietnam and amazing cuisine, all in the course of one amazing tour. Cruise along the Thu Bon River; visit one of Hoi An, Vietnam’s oldest markets; and learn how to prepare dishes you can recreate at home. Nature, culture, and culinary tips? This tour has it all!
While Vietnam’s bustling cities offer excitement, and the jungles offer adventure, the countryside offers serenity. If you’re looking for a different kind of adventure — one where you can learn something, admire the natural landscape, and see incredible architectural feats, then this is the tour for you. You’d be surprised how amazing the world around you can be if you slow down and appreciate it.
Experience the best of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park on this full-day adventure tour. Travel along the storied Ho Chi Minh Trail, explore one of the most beautiful caves in the region, and kayak down the Chay River to a local village.
Explore two of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park’s most famous caves on this full-day tour. Take a scenic boat cruise through the cavern river in Phong Nha Cave and explore the 1.2-mile (1.9-km) trail through the wonders of the Paradise Cave.
This afternoon cruise takes you to the mouth of the Thu Bon River to watch the sunset over the rice paddies of Hoi An. The golden hour of the late afternoon is the best time to photograph this serene river and the fishermen taking in the day’s catch.
This tour takes you into Cam Thanh Village, famous for their fisherman and endless coconut tree groves. You’ll learn about the unique local fishing techniques and enjoy lunch cooked by a local family.
Learn the secrets of Hoi An’s famous lanterns in this hands-on lantern making experience. Cycle out to a local lantern workshop and learn the art of lantern making from an expert craftsman.
This full-day tour outside of Hoi An takes in the little-visited Cham ruins of My Son, the ancient spiritual centre of the Champa Kingdom. This is a must-visit for those interested in ancient history and architecture.
Head to the pleasant Dong Hoi City, just outside of Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park. Indulge in a leisurely cruise down the Son River before you take part in an exciting adventure — caving/spelunking! Phong Nha Cave hosts tunnels filled with impressive stalactites and stalagmites, an underground river, and more. Indulge in a unique adventure with this fun excursion.
Explore Vietnam’s great outdoors on this exciting tour that takes you through Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park. You’ll explore the jungle, caves, stroll through the valley, and make your way to a beautiful lake — it’s a variety of beautiful scenery in the span of a single adventure! Get plenty of fresh air when you get in touch with Vietnam’s wild side!
Have yourself a delicious adventure when you explore Hoi An’s culinary side. You’ll visit the colorful markets of Ancient Town, tour the school’s vegetable and herb garden, and enjoy a demonstration by Red Bridge’s chef before you recreate the dish yourself. Get a taste of Vietnam that you can recreate at home with this amazing tour!
My Son temples were built from the 4th century under the reign of king Bhadravaman, until late 13th century, and early 14th century under the reign of King Jaya Simhavaman III (Che Man). My Son used to be a group of more than 70 temple towers. Each temple has a typical architecture which reflects a historical stage of the Champa kingdoms. Most of the architecture and sculptures were influenced by Indian culture. Most of the temples point to the East, the sun direction. Champa people thought that the East was the place where the gods lived.
Formerly a 17th century trading port and once the main hub for trading in Southeast Asia, Hoi An has changed little over the years and can easily be explored on foot and is full of intriguing sights - ancient houses, the 17th century Japanese built bridge and all resting along the picturesque Thu Bon River.
Escape from the bustle of the city to the virgin Cham island with stunning beach and cool weather.
Learn about local life and culture of local fisherman living on the island
Go snorkeling/swimming/scuba diving to see marvelous coral reef
Spend leisure time on wonderful clear beach of Cham island.