World Heritage Tour
Itinerary in Brief
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- Fall in love with ‘pretty as a picture’ Hoi An
- Wander the ancient ruins of My Son
- Step back in time at the imperial monuments of Hue
- Glide along the Son river through beautiful Phong Nha cave
- See a traditional water puppet performance in Hanoi capital
- Sail spectacular Halong bay onboard the Paradise Luxury
After you have visited the historic sites of Phuc Kien Communal House, Tan Ky ancient commercial house, the iconic Japanese Bridge (featured on the 20,000 Vietnam Dong note) and Phung Hung Ancient Trading House, you will be taken on a bike tour to Cua Dai beach, located about 5km from the town centre. Overnight is spent in Hoi An.
You will arrive in Hue, another World Heritage Listed site acknowledged for its historical significance and preservation of ancient sites. Check into your hotel and relax. In the afternoon you will visit the imposing Imperial Citadel and buzzing Dong Ba market. Regardless of whether you’re looking to buy, the market is a vibrant atmosphere that typifies Vietnamese culture. Your overnight is spent in Hue.
After your visit to the pagoda, you will be taken to the tombs of two of Hue’s most famous emperors, Emperor Minh Mang and Emperor Khai Dinh. Each tomb has unique features that reflect the venerable ruler they house. Back to Hue and you will visit one of the city’s garden houses before returning to your hotel to freshen up after a long day.
Arrange your belongings for tomorrows early pick up. Overnight in Hue.
After your morning of cave exploration you’ll drive back to Quang Binh province via the famous and historically significant Ho Chi Minh trail before catching the night train up to Ha Noi.
Prices per person in USD from 1st Oct, 2014 to 30th Sep, 2015
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- Breakfast and 8 nights’ accommodation in twin or double room
- Pick-ups and transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle as specified in the itinerary except the Halong shared bus
- Boat cruises if specified in the program
- Flight tickets Saigon/Danang with Vietnam Airlines
- Train ticket: Dong Hoi – Hanoi (4 soft sleeper cabin)
- Experienced English-speaking guides as indicated in the itinerary
- All entry and sightseeing fees if any
- Breakfast, Lunches and dinners (if specified in the itinerary) in the best local restaurants
- Visa processing fee
- Taxes and services charges
- International flight tickets and airport tax
- Visa stamping fee
- Drinks, gratuities and personal expenses
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Hoi An is famous for its tailors – and most will make you anything you desire in under 24 hours! Be sure to have a look and see if there is anything suitable for yourself.
As this tour covers the whole country, you should take note that the north of Vietnam can be colder in the winter. Therefore, if visiting late or early in the year, you should bring a varied style of clothing, as the south has a more Tropical Climate. As some of the activities involve climbing stairs / Hiking, guests should also bring walking shoes/boots.
Attention: The itinerary may be subject to change due to the unfavorable weather conditions