DANANG – HOI AN – HUE – PHONG NHA (6D/5N)
Day 01: Arival Danang – Hoi An
Meet on arrival at Da nang International Airport. Visit Cham Museum, Marble Mountains and My Khe Beach before proceed to Hoi An ancient town. Lunch at local restaurant. Discover the historic town which used to be a prosperous seaport city during the 16th to 18th centuries. It’s sizeable community of foreign merchants resulted in a unique architectural style with Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese influences.
You will have a walking tour in Hoi An to Chinese Assembly Hall & Temples, old houses & Japanese Covered Bridge. Dinner and overnight in Hoi an
Day 02: Hoi An – My Son (Excursion)
Breakfast at hotel. Excursion to My Son Holly land of the former Cham Kingdom (the ruins of the former Cham Capital in the 4th century), also the place remains of Vietnamese and US war.Transfer to Hue via Hai Van Pass (Pass of the Ocean & Clouds), passing through many pretty red-tiled villages with fruit orchards, enjoying spectacular views of sky and sea.
Enjoy seafood lunch at Lang Co fishing village.Upon arrival transfer to the hotel for check-in. Visit Imperial Citadel, Imperial Museum and Dong Ba Market. Dinner at local restauran
Day 03`: Hue
Breakfast at hotel. Boat trip on Perfume River to Linh Mu Pagoda (Heavently Lady Pagoda) and Minh Mang tomb. Lunch at local restaurant. followed by a visit to Tu Duc & Khai Dinh tombs. Dinner at local restaurant. Evening: Enjoy traditional folk music on dragon boat.
Day 4: Hue - Quang Tri - Dong Hoi
After having breakfast, we go ahead Quang Tri and visit Vinh Moc tunnel, one of 2 famous tunnels in Vietnam. Then we visit Quang Tri ancient citadel where war took place so violently. Have lunch and continue to Dong Hoi town. Overnight in Dong Hoi.
Day 5: Dong Hoi - Phong Nha - Da Nang
Visit Phong Nha cave – system of cave which is reguarded as The Natural World Heritage by UNESCO. Lying on the right of Rao Song (Rao means River), a river branch at the end of the Giang River in Chu Nghe Village (Quang Binh province), the cave of Phong Nha was first called Chu Nghe cave by the local people.
The cave opening looks small and low from a far as if the boat were unable to go through. Yet the entrance turn out to be 10 meters high by 25 meters wide at close range, stalactites are hanging down from the roof like great front teeth unevenly arranged. Maybe it is because of those horrible gales and huge teeth that the cave is called Phong Nha, the teeth of wind. Have lunch and then back Hue.
Day 6 : Hue – HCM/Hanoi
Free at leisure and take flight to HCM/Hanoi. End of service