1 day tours

Our day tours and tour packages cover all the must-see attractions of Central Vietnam. Explore the fire-breathing Dragon Bridge, one of the most exquisite bridges in the world, the Museum of Cham Sculpture, the Lady Buddha, and the Marble Mountains of Da Nang, the hub of day tours in Central Vietnam! Specially, you can  have chance to visit some famous destination including the Citadel of Hue, the ancient town of Hoi An, and the My Son ruins.

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Hoi An Sunrise Boat Trip (3 Hours - RT003)

3 Hours Excursion

Discover the old world charm of Hoi An with an early bicycle ride through Hoi An countryside as it begins to come alive.

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My Son Sanctuary Heritage By Jeep With Lunch On Boat (Full Day - RT006)

Full Day

Take to the roads for a jeep adventure to My Son Holy land then hop aboard a private boat and tour the Thu Bon River. Get closer to real Vietnam.

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My Lai Massacre Jeep Tour (Full Day - RT010)

Full Day

Visit one of Vietnam’s most significant memorial sites. In a quiet suburban area of Quang Ngai province a village remains a memorial to the 504 civilians that lost...

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Hoi An Farming & Fishing Full Day Tour (Full Day - RT028)

Traditional Hoi An culture is synonymous with farming and fishing, the landscape is surrounded by rice and vegetable fields and coracle boats line the beaches and rivers. Our day long excursion will immerse you in this culture and how people earn their living. 

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Discover Hoi An Countryside Life Full Day Tour (Full Day - RT001)

Full Day

Enjoy a bicycle tour of Hoi An, it’s surrounding countryside and local villages.

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RT-005 Hoi An and My Son bicycle tour (FD)

Hoi An & My Son Sanctuary Bicycle Tour (Full Day - RT005)

Full Day

A full day tour of Hoi An by bicycle and a visit to the famous Cham ruins of My Son. Experience the rural outskirts of Hoi An on this off the beaten track cycle tour. Soak up the magical atmosphere of My Son sanctuary and unique Cham architecture.

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