[Best Seller] Travel back to the days of the Champa Kingdom on a My Son Holy land Tour and boat trip on Thu Bon River – one of the nicest waterways in Vietnam. Boating along the river to explore the rural daily life and more
A day trip to the stunning aqua blue waters and pristine beaches of Cham Island. Try snorkelling (equipment provided) or just relax and unwind in this marine paradise.
Do you know how to row a round basket boat on a river? Have you ever tried a buffalo riding? Your day is brightening with lots of joy and fun activities with our Hoi An Explore Countryside Private Tour. You will have opportunity to discover the beauty of Vietnamese countryside and feel fresh atmosphere there. Don’ miss this chance to be closer to Vietnamese local people!
[Best Seller] Escape from the bustling ancient town just about 15 minutes by cycling, you will join a cooking class, enjoy local food and relax with traditional foot massage. This tour offers you a chance of living, working, and cooking with the local people in the Tra Que vegetable village.
A walking tour to explore Hoi An, a World Heritage Site which was recognized by UNESCO in 1999. You can visit famous destinations of Old Town such as the Ancient Houses, Chinese Assembly Halls and the Japanese Covered Bridge. Then enjoy the delicious Hoi An food.
Experience Hoi An river culture with a leisurely sunset kayak on the beautiful Coco River and the village that line its banks. Paddle up close to the villagers as they interact with the river as they have for centuries. An short excursion offers you an unique experience in Hoi An
Greet the sun and celebrate a new day on this adventure filled half-day tour to My Son, the ancient Cham capital’s UNESCO World Heritage listed ruins. Travel in a Jeep, explore the countryside and enjoy the fresh air of early morning
Embark on a jam-packed day trip with this adventure into Vietnam’s central highlands. Start your journey cruising through quaint villages and hamlets in the Thu Bon river delta on your way to the ethnic minority Co Tu village of Bho Hoong.
The Cham Islands (Vietnamese: Cù lao Chàm) constitute a group of 8 small islands of Quang Nam, which form a part of the Cu Lao Cham Marine Park, a world Biosphere Reserve recognized by UNESCO. The Cham islands has simple beauty with blue sea, white sand, sunshine and stunning coral reefs. This Island is a good choice for you to spend a day with sea.