Center Vietnam Stopover Tour 4 days

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The Ben Hai River in Central Vietnam marks the 17th parallel, which once marked the demarcation line between North and South Vietnam. Though reunited over two decades ago, the north south division of Vietnam remains obvious. When the Ben Hai River is crossed from north to south, everything seems to improve, roads and food being the most obvious.

Central Vietnam is home to a wealth of attractions from the ancient imperial capital of Hue to the cosmopolitan shopping and the beach destinations of Hoi An and Non Nuoc Beach.

Less glamourously, the region is home to the Demiliterised Zone (DMZ) which was the scene of heavy fighting during the American war. This part of the country is dotted with all manner of war-period attractions, including the remains of Khe Sanh and other US bases along the DMZ. Unfortunately, little remains at most of these sites as time and scrap hunters have had their way.

The one exception is the Vinh Moc tunnels -- a breathtaking testament of the tenacity of the Vietnamese people and a far more worthwhile attraction than the far more touristic Cu Chi tunnels.

Most travellers to Vietnam pencil in Hue and Hoi An as definite "must sees" but then fail to allow themselves enough time in each town. This is particularly the case with Hoi An, where, while it can feel almost Disneylandesque at times, people are always running out of time. If you allowed just a couple of days for Hoi An, be sure to double it.

And don't forget Da Nang. It's home to more than just the closest airport to Hoi An! There's also a terrific Cham Museum, Non Nuoc Beach and an overall rather fun, little touristed Vietnamese city.

Tour Program:


Day 1: Arrival - HUE (-/-/-)Hue Imperial Citadel
You are met on arrival at Phu Bai Airport, transferred to hotel for check in.
Free afternoon for short walks in Hue ancient city.
O/N in Hue.

Day 2 FULL DAY HUE CITY TOUR (B/-/-)

After breakfast at hotel, we have a boat trip on the romantically named Perfume River visits Hue’s best-known religious site, Thien Mu Pagoda. Then continue to discover Imperial Citadel from where the Nguyen Dynasty ruled between 1802 and 1945 including Flag Tower, Noon Gate, Nine Dynastic Urns, Nine Holy Cannons, Thai Hoa Palace, and Forbidden Purple City.
In the afternoon visit the elaborate mausoleums of emperors Tu Duc and Khai Dinh.
O/N in Hue.

Day 3 HUE - DANANG - HOIAN (B/-/-)

Depart for Danang. The scenic 4-hour drive via Hai Van Pass offers spectacular views of mountains, the sea, idyllic beaches and villages (we can choose the shorter way by driving through the tunnel). Visit of Marble Mountains with its beautiful grottoes and temples. Then continuing further south to Hoi An, which was originally one of major trading centers of Southeast Asia in the 16th century.
O/N in Hoi An.

Day 4 HOIAN - Departure (B/-/-)
Visit of Hoi An Town with its low tiled houses of Chinese appearance, Japanese covered bridge, brightly painted temples and pagodas make it one of the most delightful places to visit in Vietnam.
At leisure until transfer to Danang Airport for departure flight (check out hotel before 12h00).

Note:
Tour Prices(Price per person and in US$)

Includes:

• Transportation in private air-conditioned vehicle with driver
• Accommodation in hotels (twin shared room) with daily breakfast
• English or French speaking guide
• Entrance fee to indicated sights
• Boat trip on Perfumes Rive
Excludes:

  • Other meals, tip, drinks, airport tax, single room, personal expenses, insurance..

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Center Vietnam Stopover Tour 4 days - Hue travels