- Itineraries: DA NANG – HOI AN – LANG CO -HUE
- Type: Private & package with full includings
- Depart Time: Daily
- Tour Length: 5 days 4 nights
- Depart from: Da Nang
- End in: Da Nang / Hue
DAY 1: ARRIVAL DA NANG – HOI AN
Take flight Danang. Arrive Da Nang airport pick up at Da Nang airport and drive to Hoi An. After lunch, the highlights of your walking tour through its charming streets, visit Hoi An history museum, Fukkien Assembly hall with Thien Hau temple dedicated to the Goddess of the Sea, visit a typical ancient house of Tan Ky and 17th century Japanese Covered Bridge. In every stop you are flexi to take as many photos as you like because its most ancient town charmings left. Overnight and free at the hotel
DAY 2: HOI AN – BA NA HILL – DA NANG
After breakfast, leaving Da Nang for Ba Na Hills well-known as the second Da Lat or Sa Pa in the Central of Viet Nam with the longest cable car system (6000 m) in the world. Visit the Le Jardin, old wineries, remains of French Villas and Linh Ung pagoda with 27m highBuddha statue. Leave Le Jardin for the second cable car station to visit the top of mountain and see the remains of old villas. Conquer the Peak of Chua Mountain at the height of 1,487m and enjoy the view of the whole Da nang city under the cluster of white clouds or play games at Fantasy Park. Return to cable car station at the foot of Ba Na Mountain and continue transfer to Danang city center for overnight.
In the evening, have dinner at a local restaurant (Complimentary: One bottle of beer per person) before taking a short walk along Han river and enjoying Dragon Bridge. Overnight in Danang.
DAY 3: DA NANG – LANG CO – HAI VAN PASS – HUE
At leisure and checkout hotel, drive to Hue. On the way, stop at Hai Van Pass for a break and drink. Arrive Hue and checkin hotel. Later, your personal guide and driver and begin exploring Hué. First, visit the former Imperial Citadel and Forbidden Purple City. Hué was the capital of Vietnam until the early 20th century, and generations of royalty lived in the Forbidden Purple City, inside the walled exterior of the Citadel. This was also the sight of some of the most brutal fighting during the infamous Tet Offensive. Continue to Thien Mu Pagoda, one of Vietnam’s oldest and most beautiful Buddhist temples. In a corner of the grounds, note the aged, pale blue Morris automobile, which transported a local monk to Saigon where he immolated himself in 1963 in protest against the anti-Buddhist laws of the Ngo Dinh Diem regime. Finish the day with a visit to the Dong Ba Market. This evening dine and relax on your own. Overnight hotel.
DAY 4: HUE TOMBS – DA NANG / HUE
This morning after breakfast depart on a boat trip up the Perfume River past some dreamy countryside and charming scenes of Vietnamese life to the Royal Tombs of the Nguyen Emperors. The Royal Tombs, with their vast lovingly-tended, botanical gardens, beautiful open air pavilions and numerous shrines, were to provide the seven Nguyen Emperors noble burials as well as comfortable afterlives. Visit the tombs of Minh Mang and Khai Dinh, . After lunch, driving to Da Nang. Then transfer to hotel to rest.
If you take flight from hue, stay over night in Hue.
DAY 5: DEPARTURE
Stay leisure, then checkout hotel and tranfer to the airport for flight home.