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.
08:00 A.M. Transportation and your tour guide will pick you up from your Hoi An hotel. You will begin your journey to Ba Na Hills .
09:15 A.M. While your tour guide gets tickets and you prepare for check-in, you are welcome to take photos. Then, it’s time to time to take a cable car to Vietnam’s Swiss Garaventa Company funicular; instead of making your way through the Swiss Alps, you’ll enjoy a smooth ride to Golden Bridge, D’Amour Flower Garden, Debay Ancient Wine Cellar, and Linh Ung Pagoda — some of the region’s top destinations.
11:00 A.M. Time to play games at Fantasy Park and take in a stunning panoramic view of Danang City.
12:00 P.M. Time to break for a lovely lunch.
13:00 P.M. Explore the 4,878 foot high King Peak , which offers an extraordinary panoramic view of the entirety of Ba Na Hills, and Quang Nam to Da Nang. That’s not even the best part! Additional treats await you at the top of the mountain, including Linh Chua Linh Tu Temple, Tru Vu Tea Shop, and Linh Phong Tu Tower. You will also learn more about Vietnam’s French ties as you visit a French village — yes, a French village in Vietnam.
15:00 P.M. Take the cable car back to Danang.
17:00 P.M. Your tour officially ends as you return to your Hoi An hotel.
The postcard-pretty coastline of Danang is even more spectacular when viewed from above. Our 30-minute scenic flight follows the coast from the lush Son Tra Peninsula, home to Monkey Mountain and Vietnam’s tallest Lady Buddha statue, along the Han River spanned by picturesque bridges, and down to the Cham Islands, near Hoi An
After a relaxing breakfast we head for Hoi An. On the way, we stop to visit Bana Hills by a modern system of cable cars. You will visit France wine cellar, Exploring the Golden Bridge . Linh Ung pagoda. You will see the panorama of Danang City. Explore King Peak at an altitude 1.487m, you can see panorama view of the Hana Hills and Quang Nam - Da Nang on high. On the top of mountain have Linh Tu Pagoda that is a special temple construction.
Have buffet lunch at Bana Hills. In the afternoon continue to visit Marble Mountain, Non Nuoc Beach. Arrive in Hoi An in the afternoon, check in to hotel and have some free time on your own.
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.
From the beautiful city of Hanoi you’ll discover the softer side of Vietnam. Venture outside of the city center to explore Ninh Binh’s Tam Coc area. You’ll bicycle your way through a serene landscape and a slower pace of living as you explore villages, rice fields, and limestone karst mountains. It’s the moment of tranquility you didn’t know you needed.
Fly between Hue and Danang and enjoy stunning coastal views over South-Central Vietnam, including the famed Hai Van Pass, the Truong Son Mountains and the sweeping coastline dotted with fishing boats. Also included is a brief scenic flight taking in some of the highlights of your arrival city.
You don’t have to venture far from Hue’s city centre to enjoy this lovely lagoon. This tranquil excursion takes you to a popular fishing village where you will enjoy the tranquil beauty of Chuon Lagoon; spend time with local fishermen and learn about their way of life; and even try your hand at fishing. Spoiler Alert: your voyage concludes with a fresh seafood dinner.
08.00: Our car and guide pick you up at your hotel. Have a short break about 15 minutes on the half way.
10.30: Departure for Tam Coc. There is the beautiful roadside scenery on the way. You’ll have lunch at a nice restaurant after boarding a small boat to visit Tam Coc which means literally: “Three Caves”. With HaLong Bay Tours type views of majestic limestone cliffs and mysterious inviting caves, Grotto as well as countryside sights like peaceful - Suger Corn - streams, rice paddies and deserted green fields, Tam Coc really a best destination match with all of above
14.00: You take bike from Tam Coc Port to Bich Dong pagoda, visit and take photos for memories.
16.00: Upon you arrival the Thung Nham resort, you will surprise with a myriad of flowers blooming from the gates of the Valley. You visit the Bird Valley, will find really amazing how the heart of the city of Hoa Lu Town has 1 so peaceful valley like this, with numerous species of birds, egret, cranes, stocks and other species
18.00: Get-in bus to go the restaurant for dinner before taking your night train to Hue
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.
Seeking a vacation of knowledge, excitement, and authentic cultural exchanges? Then this is the tour you need to experience! Spend the day traveling to and exploring Sapa Vietnam’s ethnic minority markets. They are a colorful exchange of customs and wares, and a highly unique experience.
Take a full-day city tour to see Hanoi’s compact Old Quarter and a number of cultural and historical buildings. This is an excellent introduction to the capital, complete with a fun cyclo ride and an authentic meal.
Begin the tour at the impressive Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, where you’ll visit the revered leader’s simple stilt home and the beautiful One Pillar Pagoda. Your guide will help you understand the Vietnam of today through stories of Ho Chi Minh and the Vietnam War.
Then, step back in time 1,000 years with a visit to the Temple of Literature. As Vietnam’s first university, this picturesque and peaceful collection of buildings has borne witness to some of the country’s greatest minds.
Moving closer to the maze of alleys that is the Old Quarter you will first visit Hoan Kiem Lake. This pretty, man-made lake is a hive of activity at all times of day when locals and tourists alike seek out the calming water for a stroll, a little exercise, and a catch-up with friends. Your tour includes a stop at Ngoc Son Temple, a site that pays homage to Saint Van Xuong and General Trang Hung Dao.
Later in the afternoon, hop on a cyclo for a 1-hour ride through the chaotic streets of the Old Quarter and learn about the trades that gave the alleys their names.
Explore one of South Vietnam’s most important wartime sites, the impressive Cu Chi Tunnels. This tour from Ho Chi Minh City includes an in-depth introduction to the history and significance of the tunnels and plenty of time to explore the myriad of underground alleys and structures.
Zoom through the streets of Ho Chi Minh City after dark on this amazing adventure. Join the hustle and bustle along with the locals as you see the sights, sample local cuisine, and enjoy music at popular hangouts. It’s an authentic experience that shows you what everyday life is like in the city after sunset.
Prepare for a delicious adventure when you cruise around Hanoi by Vespa to sample local delicacies. You won’t miss a thing! Best of all, the street foods you’re going to enjoy are favorites of locals, so you can be sure that you’re getting the most authentic experience possible.
Explore the magical underwater world near the paradise island of Phu Quoc. Including snorkeling and fishing stops at Finger Island, Shadow Island, Cold Cloud Island, and Pineapple Island. This is the perfect day at sea for ocean lovers.