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La Pagoda Thien Mu está a unos 3 km de Hue, en las orillas del Río Perfume. Este templo budista de Mahayana es un lugar muy tranquilo para visitar. Es el monasterio más antiguo de Hue, data desde el siglo XVII. Su stupa octogonal de 7 pisos ha sido considerada desde hace tiempo el símbolo de Hue. La mejor manera de llegar a la Pagoda de Thien Mu es por un relajante crucero por el río Perfume. El santuario es un monumento impresionante que contempla el río Perfume y ofrece una gran vista de la zo

La Pagoda Thien Mu está a unos 3 km de Hue, en las orillas del Río Perfume. Este templo budista de Mahayana es un lugar muy tranquilo para visitar. Es el monasterio más antiguo de Hue, data desde el siglo XVII. Su stupa octogonal de 7 pisos ha sido considerada desde hace tiempo el símbolo de Hue. La mejor manera de llegar a la Pagoda de Thien Mu es por un relajante crucero por el río Perfume. El santuario es un monumento impresionante que contempla el río Perfume y ofrece una gran vista de la zona. Después continuará en barco para visitar la tumba real del rey Ming Mang. Ming Mang es una de las más bellas tumbas. La atracción de este lugar es el bonito jardín con sus plumerías y sus flores de loto. Ming Mang reinó de 1820 a 1840; la tumba fue construida después de su muerte por su heredero, Thieu Tri. La atmósfera es de tranquilidad y paz.

Punto de encuentro: Recogida por los hoteles en Hue.
Duración: 4 horas.
Hora de recogida: Tour por la mañana: 8:00 horas / Tour por la tarde: 13:00 horas.
Hora de regreso: Tour por la mañana: 12:00 horas / Tour por la tarde: 17:00 horas.
Idiomas: Guía de habla inglesa.


desde 21,53 €

Para muchos visitantes Hoi An es el punto más importante de su viaje a Vietnam. Durante una relajante e interesante paseo de pie visitaremos algunas de las casas históricas, pagodas y lugares de adoración, el famoso puente japonés cubierto y el mercado. Esta pequeña ciudad es también el hogar de muchísimos talleres de costura. Muchos de los edificios tienen tiendas de souvenirs pero pocos están abiertos al público y todavía guardan sus rasgos originales, muebles y cerámicas. Las familias ocupan

Para muchos visitantes Hoi An es el punto más importante de su viaje a Vietnam. Durante una relajante e interesante paseo de pie visitaremos algunas de las casas históricas, pagodas y lugares de adoración, el famoso puente japonés cubierto y el mercado. Esta pequeña ciudad es también el hogar de muchísimos talleres de costura. Muchos de los edificios tienen tiendas de souvenirs pero pocos están abiertos al público y todavía guardan sus rasgos originales, muebles y cerámicas. Las familias ocupan las mismas casas durante muchas generaciones.

Punto de encuentro: Hoteles en Danang o Hoi An.
Hora de recogida: Tour por la mañana: 8:00 horas / Tour por la tarde: 13:00 horas.
Hora de regreso: Tour por la mañana: 12:00 horas / Tour por la tarde: 17:00 horas.
Duración: 4 horas.
Idiomas: Guía de habla inglesa.

desde 23,93 €

Sal de Hue por la mañana y dirígete al norte, hacia Dong Ha y la zona desmilitarizada, a través de la denominada «calle sin alegría».

La frontera no oficial entre el antiguo norte y sur de Vietnam, el llamado paralelo 17 en los años 1954 y 1975, fue, en un momento dado, el trozo de territorio más disputado de la Tierra.

Pasa el día viajando por la antigua zona de la frontera norte y sur y aprovecha la oportunidad para ver el Rockpile, un puesto de observación de los marines. Visita el puente Hien Luong y los túneles de Vinh Moc antes de volver a tu hotel por la tarde noche.

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desde 55,03 €

Most visitors to Hoi An spend a lot of time walking through the ancient streets, buying clothes, shoes and paintings in the town’s famous shops. But how many visitors get to discover the simple life of the villagers, watch the children at play and experience the warmth of their welcome while enjoying the beautiful scenery, such as bamboo, churches and thatched cottages?
We will take you on a bicycle tour with an experienced local guide who will show you the more interesting hidden parts of this beautiful town. Everything is guaranteed to give you a sense of serenity.
You will cycle through the tiny village lanes to the river, where you can learn about the daily life of the local people and pass by fields of corn, sweet potato, nipa and a shrimp and crab farm. On the way, you will also visit houses for worshipping ancestors and traditional craft houses, such as blacksmiths and carpenters.

desde 11,97 €

The local guide will meet you at the hotel and you will ride by bicycle to the home of a craftsman in the old streets. Here you will have a brief introduction to the history, shape, and colour of the lanterns, as well as the many stages of making them. You will be shown how to decorate and make your own lanterns and keep it as a souvenir. After saying good bye to the host, you will cycle to Tra Que Vegetable village to have lunch (not included). In the end you will return back to the hotel.

desde 16,75 €

The day starts with a drink at Hai Scout Café, the meeting point. Then you will visit Hoi An’s colourful market and experience the amazing sights, sounds and aromas of this busy market.
You will have the opportunity to interact with the local sellers and purchase some of the ingredients to be used in the cooking lesson later.
You will board the Red Bridge boat for a leisurely cruise of 25 minutes along the Hoi An River to the Red Bridge Cooking School. This is a chance to view local river life, so make sure your camera is handy.
On arrival, you will explore the cooking school’s herb and vegetable garden, before learning about some of Hoi An’s and Vietnam’s well-known dishes.
The cooking lesson will run for about 2 hours, each dish will be first demonstrated by the Red Bridge chef’s, before you prepare the same dish ourselves.
Included in the class is also a brief introduction to Vietnamese food carving (plate decoration). After the lesson, you will sit down and eat exactly what you have cooked.

desde 45,47 €

Kim Bong Village is well known for its carpentry. Most of Hoi An’s Old Town architecture was made by their ancestors, dating back to the town’s heyday as a commercial port. In the 16th and 17th century, Thanh Ha was a thriving village, famous for earthenware that was sold in many provinces throughout Central Vietnam. It were the Thanh Ha villagers who made the bricks, tiles and floor slabs for old building in Hoi An and the surrounding areas. Nowadays, many old buildings in Hoi An need restoring and the Thanh Ha villagers are the only contractors that can provide materials exactly like the ones when the old port town prospered. Take a walking tour to the pier and joint a boat for a ride to Thanh Ha, observing the craft of shaping clay into vases, kettles and cookery vessels. Sail on to Kim Bong and visit its boat building yards and see handicrafts and sculpture.

desde 20,34 €

You will be collected from the hotel lobby and transferred to the meeting point in Hoi An. Then, you will take a walk to Bach Dang dock and board on a wooden boat sailing along the major branch of the lower section of Thu Bon River. Enjoy the beautiful sightseeing, fishing nets and many boats bobbing on the water.

Keep cruising down to Cua Dai river mouth, then going up to Co Co River and heading for Bay Mau Nipa (water coconut tree) grove. You shall have a snack and make sure your camera is handy. You will take a lot of beautiful pictures.

desde 25,12 €

Ride a bicycle to a local farm in Tra Que village. Here you will have a brief introduction to the history as well as the many stages of planting vegetable and you will watch the gardening tools such as: hoes, shaves and buckets and see the different kinds and uses of vegetable in medicinal purposes. Then you will take a trip around the vegetable garden and join the farmers in preparing the land and fertilizing it with seaweed from the local lake. Continue doing some next steps, such as raking the ground, sowing, watering greens, transplanting and tending greens. The local farmer will teach you how to protect developing vegetable from the insects. Relax and soak your feet with a mix of local herbal remedy and Chinese traditional medicine in order to reduce your aches, rheumatism, etc. Prepare lunch with a local family. You will learn how to make “Tam Huu” spring roll and “Xeo” pancake and then you’ll enjoy it yourself. After the lunch, take a bit rest. Then you learn how to harvest and wrap the vegetables. After you’ll bid farewell to your host family, on the way back to Hoi An, you will stop at a Japanese tomb, built in 1665, of Mr Banjir, a Japanese businessman.

desde 25,12 €

Our guide will welcome you at hotel lobby to take you to the Thu Bon wharf on Bach Dang Street. Then you will sail along Thu Bon River to Tra Nhieu village. Here you will have a brief introduction to the history, traditional handicraft of the village such as: farming, fishing, poultry and livestock breeding, mattress making and other activities. Next step, you will be taken in a boat with local fisherman to learn how to cast a net and catch fish. Lunch with special dishes will be served at the village. Bidding farewell to the local fisherman, continue to visit Cam Kim village before boating back to Hoi An.

desde 37,09 €

Cham Island is located 18 km from Cua Dai (Hoi An) to the East. It has 8 islands altogether named according to their shapes or characteristics. They are the Lao (pear), Dai (long), La (leave), Kho Con (small dry), Kho Me (large dry), Tai (ear), Mo (tomb) and Nom (east wind) islands. They have good climate and always cool the year round. Tree and wildlife are plentiful here as well as marine life. On the island, there are precious bird nets while under the water, the coral is marvellous. There are also scenic spots around the island such as Suoi Tinh, Suoi Ong, Hong Chong, Hang Ba. Surrounding the islands are very nice beaches with clean white sand and transparent, cool water. Register for the island visit at the Cua Dai Border then take a boat to a fishing village. Stroll along Chong Beach and swim or fish before a seafood lunch.

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The scenic 2.5 hours drive to Hue via Hai Van Pass offers spectacular views of mountains, the sea, idyllic beaches and villages. On arrival, you will visit the Royal Citadel, Forbidden Purple City within the Imperial City, the past glory of Hue. The Royal Citadel is composed of three walled enclosures, each within the other, a city within a city. The Imperial City housed the palaces, pavilions, civil and religious ceremonies and official audiences with the civil mandarins. There is the Forbidden Purple City inside the Imperial City that was the royal palace used only by the imperial family and the concubines and eunuchs, who served them. This part of the Imperial City suffered the most extensive damage during the Vietnam War and little remains of the original structure - today there are just ruins. UNESCO as a World Heritage Site is presently restoring it. After lunch, proceed by boat along the Perfume River to the Thien Mu Pagoda, one of the oldest ancient architectural structures for religious worship in Hue. Then continue to Khai Dinh’s Tomb; the spectacular entryway with its dragon pillars is the highlight of the Tomb. The architecture is in a modern style with a blend of European and Eastern design. Next stop will be Tu Duc’s Tomb; a peaceful resting place enclosed by walls, it features pine woods and a lakeside pavilion with lotus blossoms where the emperor once fished, listened to music, and wrote poetry. The tomb was more of a pleasure garden than a tomb and the emperor used it as a second residence, where he indulged in extravagant 50-course meals of incredible delicacies. The mausoleum was constructed between 1864 and 1867 by a force of 3,000 labors. In the late afternoon, you will be transferred back to your hotel in Danang or Hoi An.

Escape the hustle of Hue for Quang Dien, a peaceful village known for its beautiful architecture, stunning surrounds and friendly locals. Take a bus out to the village, winding through quaint towns and passing the majestic Tam Giang Lagoon en route. On arrival, jump onboard a bike to get acquainted with the town, stopping to explore a traditional old house and to chat with the locals. Call by the village school to meet the kids before heading to the vegetable field to learn about the crops that are fundamental to the local community.

Meet one of the farmers to further discover the important role agriculture and sustainability play in this society. Roll up your sleeves to lend a hand with the garden tasks, from watering the vegetables to helping to harvest crops. Head to a local family’s home to enjoy a traditional lunch of seafood, vegetables and herbs, all purchased from the village market or sourced from the landlady’s own garden. Enjoy this shared meal, then walk it all off with a stroll through town or simply relax at the house. Fully refreshed it’s time to hit the water with a sampan cruise on Tam Giang Lagoon.

Call by a fish and prawn farm and help the fishermen haul up their catch ready to sell at market. Get a lesson in how to throw a fish net, then try your luck to catch a fish in the lagoon. After a day of farming and fishing, spend the afternoon relaxing on the shores of the Quang Dien Wild beach, which is known for its white sand and clear waters. This quiet spot is well away from the crowds, and is the perfect place to relax and unwind. If the water proves to be chilly, head inland to the hot springs near Thuan An beach. Either way, you’re guaranteed to end the tour completely relaxed after a day experiencing life in the Vietnamese countryside. Drag yourself away from the warm waters for the journey back to Hue where this tour comes to an end.

Climb aboard a bicycle to discover the sights, sounds and smells of the villages surrounding Hue. Set off early, escaping the city for the peaceful streams and verdant fields of the surrounding countryside. Ride past rice paddies and small villages to arrive at Thanh Toan, a small village that is home to a legendary market.

Climb off your bike to explore the market stalls, stopping to chat with the locals and learn more about life in this part of Vietnam. Pay a visit to the Thanh Toan Agricultural Museum to discover more about the role of agriculture in local society. Spend time soaking up the atmosphere in town and perhaps call by the beautiful Thanh Toan covered bridge or just take it all in while enjoying a coffee at the village café.

Climb back on your bike to continue exploring the area, passing over small streams, riding through pretty villages and stopping to chat with locals fishing, farming ducks and going about everyday life. Pay a visit to a family to learn how they make rice wine and perhaps even visit a local kindergarten to meet the local kids. This biking tour will give you a unique insight into life in the Vietnamese countryside and by the time you pull back into Hue, you’ll have worked up an appetite ready to feast on a delicious lunch.

Packed with temples, tombs, palaces and pagodas, Hue is the gateway to the treasures of Vietnam's royal past and a must-stop on any itinerary. This full day tour in Hue will take in the best of the city, from the art and architecture to the celebrated food and culture. Start the day with a tour of the colorful Dong Ba market, which will energize the senses with its sights sound and smells.

This is the ideal place to soak up every day Vietnamese life, and your local guide will show you to some of the traditional foods and introduce you to the local vendors. With full tummies, head out into the streets and wander over to the Citadel. It’s within these 2m-thick and 10km-long walls that you’ll find several of the city’s best sights, from the many ornate pagodas to the Forbidden Purple City. Explore the best of it all before stopping for lunch in a local nunnery.

Enjoy a traditional meal and grab the chance to chat with the nuns to learn more about Buddhism and gain an insight into their daily lives. After lunch, take a short bus ride through the stunning surrounds, passing rice paddies and small towns, before arriving at a village that specializes in making incense. Learn all about this ancient art before continuing on to one of the impressive emperor’s tombs. Pay a visit to Bao Quoc Pagoda, a sprawling temple complex that is perched on a hill overlooking the Perfume River. After admiring its seven tiers, head to Tiger Arena, where duels between elephants and tigers were arranged for the entertainment of the Emperor right up until 1904. After a day taking in the many sights, end it with a relaxing afternoon cruise along the Perfume River. Take in the magic of this meandering river before ending the tour back in the centre of the city.

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