Day 1 : Arrive Da Nang / Da Nang-Hoi An

Following our morning arrival at Da Nang Airport, we head directly to the Cham Museum. Cham Museum,World Heritage Road Vietnam,Vietnam Heritage Tour,Vietnam Heritage TravelFounded in 1915 by the Ecole Francaise d’Extreme Orient, this collection of Cham sculpture - exquisitely detailed sandstone carvings - ranks as the world's finest. You will see altars, lingas and garudas. Back on the bus, we will pass by gorgeous, seven-km, white sand Non Nuoc beach where American soldiers once vacationed during wartime. Next we visit the Marble Mountains - five rainwater-etched limestone hills which house grottoes, pagodas and temples dedicated to Buddhist, Confucian and Taoists deities. Continuing on, we arrive at the riverside town of Hoi An, 30 km south of Da Nang. During the 18th and 19th century, Hoi An was one of South East Asia's major international ports. After you check in at your hotel, we have dinner at a restaurant which features Hoi An specialities on its menu.

Day 2 : Hoi An.

We begin a day with a walking tour of Hoi An's old town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Our visit will include stops at the Hoi An Museum, Fujian Chinese Congregation Hall, the Japanese Covered Bridge, a local artist's studio, and at an Old Vietnamese home (which is presently inhabited by the descendants of the first settlers). We will lunch in typical Vietnamese restaurant in the old town. Following lunch, we will take a boat trip on the Thu Bon river to visit the boat building and carpentry villages of Kim Bong and Thanh Ha. Here you will have the opportunity to talk and interact with the local people. Overnight in Hoi An.

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Day 3 : Hoi An – My Son – Hue.

In the morning, we visit the My Son, an archaeological site at the center of the ancient kingdom of Champa and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We will lunch at a restaurant overlooking by the Han river before proceeding to Hue. Enroute, we stop at the top of legendary HaiVan Pass which commands majestic views of Danang's lovely bay and its fame My Khe beach. Arriving in the evening, we check-in at our hotel in Hue.

My Son Hoi An Hai Van Pass

Day 4 : Hue.

After breakfast at our hotel, we head to the Royal Tombs area where we will visit TuDuc tomb. Returning to Tuan market, we board a dragon boat and visit Minh Mang tomb. While MinhMang is less visited due to its distance from Hue, many have found it to be the most remarkable of all. Heading back to Hué, we cruise the Perfume River, and stop along the way to visit ThienMu pagoda, an edifice symbolic of Hué where we can stroll around the gardens on the pagoda grounds.

Nguyen dynasty palace Royal palace

Back in Hue, we will travel by minibus to the Imperial Citadel. Built in 1805 during the reign of Emperor Gia Long, it was constructed along the lines of Beijing’s Forbidden City. On the way back to your hotel, we'll conclude the day's adventures with a visit to bustling Dong Ba market.

Day 5 : Departure.

After breakfast, you will have free time until your transfer to the airport.

Tour price:

Deluxe hotel: Life Resort Hoi An **** /Superior Garden view. Morin hotel **** / Superior.

• US$ 430 / person (double occupancy).

• US$ 395 / person (triple occupancy).

• US$ 360 / person ( 4- to 7- person occupancy).

Supplement for single occupancy: US$ 180

Standard hotel: Hoi An*** hotel / Superior. Asia / Orchid hotel

• US$ 300 / person (double occupancy)

• US$ 270 / person (triple occupancy).

• US$ 230 / person (4- to 7- person occupancy)

Supplement charge for single occupancy: US$ 80.

Services included:

• All admission fees, boat trip.

• Accommodation (4 nights) with breakfast.

• Transport : A/c car or bus.

• Guide: English speaking guide.

Not included:

• Insurance, meals, airfare, personal expenses.