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An experience we will never forget
March 24, 2012

Hue and Hoian are two most well known old towns of Vietnam and also two UNESCO world heritage sites of great pride for Vietnamese people. Each has its own history and charm.


Detailed program


Day 01: Arrival Hue (D)
Our guide will met you at the airport for transfer to hotel to check in. In the afternoon, visit Hue Imperial City-the last imperial city of Vietnam with beautiful constructions including the Flag Tower, Ngo Mon Gate, Nine Dynastic Urns, Nine Holy Cannons, Thai Hoa Palace and Forbidden Purple City (Tu Cam Thanh). Continue to visit Tu Duc royal tomb or tomb of the Poet Emperor. The mausoleum is set in a well-landscaped garden with beautiful lake and pavilion. The centre piece of the tomb is simplicity itself despite the lavish opulence of his reign (actually he was buried at another unknown place to thwart robber). End our tour by wallowing in the brick narrow street of the old city. Overnight at the hotel in Hue
 
Day 02: Hue - Da Nang - Hoi An (B, L) 140km
Start your day with a leisure boat trip along the poetic Perfume River. En route, stop to visit the iconic Thien Mu pagoda (Heavenly Lady pagoda) and Minh Mang Mausoleum - one of Hue's  finest royal tombs, an architectural complex of 40 constructions (palaces, temples, pavilions and lake). Lunch in local riverside restaurant
In the afternoon, transfer along on the Mandarine Road – the most scenic road in Vietnam which allows you to see a splendid Vietnam with soft white sand beachs and lush tropical forest. Take some stops en route for shooting nice pictures before arrival in Hoi An ancient town. Overnight at the hotel in Hoian
 
Day 03: Hoi An ancient town (B, L)
Hoi An ancient town used to be a major international trading port from the 15th to the 19th century.  The old town features a fantastic combination of Chinese, Dutch, Japanese and Portugues cultures. Step back in time while strolling around its narrow streets lined with colorful lanterns, visiting symbol of Hoian architecture, the Japanese Covered Bridge, and Chinese street, Phung Hung old house, Hoi An market and Hoian ancient port. Soak in tranquil settings of Phuc Thanh Pagoda – the oldest pagoda of Hoi An (1454), built with Chinese bonze. 
Continue to visit Tra Que Village by bicycle (5 km – around15 minutes from Hoi An). Tra Que is famous for its herbs and vegetables with special aroma. You will earn a chance to talk with the farmers while they are working strenuously with joys and enthusiasm in the gardens or on the fields and even join your hand to help them. Have lunch in local house. Return to Hoi An in the afternoon. Overnight at the hotel in Hoian
 
Day 04: Hoi An Departure (B)
Free time until we transfer to the Da Nang international airport for the flight off. End of services

 

 


Price and Included

Group
Price/pax

Check rate

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  2. From To   19/11/2018


Supplement
Single supplement (70 USD)

Included

- Transport by the air-conditioned private car
- The private English speaking guide
- Hotels as listed (based on 2 persons/room including daily breakfast)
- Meals as indicated in the program (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
- Entrance fees & bicycle
- Boat as mentioned in the program
- Mineral water & towel


Excluded

- Domestic and International flights with airport taxes
- Visa to Vietnam
- Personal travel insurance
- Tips and personal expenses such as: laundry, telephone, drinks…
- Meals not mentioned in the program
- Bank charges relating to the payment
- Other services not mentioned in the “Inclusion”

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