Hoi An, Hue, and Da Nang Tour

  • Tour code: 746-5216
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Hoi An, Vietnam
  • Duration: 10 Hours
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Visit Danang (Hoa Hai, Marble Mountains, Museum of Cham Sculpture), Hue (Imperial City, Tomb of Tu Duc).

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  • Day 1 Hoi An-Danang-Hue-Hoi An(1785 km)
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Day 1 Hoi An-Danang-Hue-Hoi An(1785 km)

Beginning in Hoi An, this tour is a great way to see some of the best locations in central Vietnam. After pickup from the hotel, we will head to Da Nang to visit the Marble Mountains in the stone carving village of Hoa Hai. We may also visit the Cham Museum to learn about the history of the Cham Kingdom. From there, we will travel to Hue, making a stop at Ha Van Pass. We will visit the massive Imperial City in Hue. Later, we will take a drive into the river valley to see the tombs built for past emperors, including the rustic Tomb of King Tu Duc. Afterwards, we will return to the hotel to end the tour.

Danang is one of the most populous cities in Vietnam and one of the country's most important seaports due to its location along the central coastline. it was one of the region's first cities to receive European visitors.

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    The Vietnamese name for these mountains to the south of Danang translates to "the five elements mountains." They are a series of marble and limestone peaks filled with extensive cave and tunnel systems.
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    This coastal town just south of Danang c is historically known for its stone cutting, but it has recently become one of Vietnam's top beach resort destinations.
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    Established by French colonists during the time of their occupation of the Vietnam, this museum is dedicated to the history of the Cham people, the ethnic group that dominated the area for thousands of years.
    Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 7:00am - 5:00pm

This Vietnamese city was once the capital of the Nguyen lords of the region, who lived in the 19th century citadel that serves as the area's main tourist attraction.

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    This walled palace citadel in Hue was once the seat of the ruling Nguyen lords of Vietnam. Built at the onset of the 19th century, the site covers about four square-kilometers and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 8:00am - 5:30pm
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    Built in the mid-19th century, this tomb outside of Hue serves as the resting place for Tu Duc, one of the Nguyen emperors of Vietnam. There is a temple area and a tomb area.





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