This 4-day tour will offer you to the most famous highlights in the Central Vietnam. You enjoy the beautiful My Khe beach in Danang city, which is one of the most famous one in the world and spend time enjoying the atmosphere of Hoi An ancient town. Especially, it offers you a day to Bana hills, where you take a long journy on cable car. Definitely, walking along Golden Bridge around this Bana area will be a wonderful experience that you never forget after the trip.
– Voucher Deals $50 – No covid-19 tests required – No health declaration required – Flexible cancellation policy
Welcome to Vietnam: after long time on airplane, you will reach Vietnam – the S-shaped land, where 54 different ethnic minorities inhabited.
You will be warmly welcomed by our guide and driver at the airport and transferred to your hotel in the city center of Danang.
Overnight in Da Nang
Day 2: Danang City Tour – Hoi An Walking Tour
After breakfast, you will meet our tour guide and driver to begin the journey to the centre of Da Nang city. The first destination is Cham Museum– the house of the world’s most incredible collection of Cham relics. Next, pay a visit to the Marble Mountain to enjoy the panoramic view from the Thuy Son (Water Mountain). Then, come to Huyen Khong cave before entering Tam Thai and Linh Ung pagodas, where you can be amazed with great city views and the main cave. At mountain’ foot, go to Non Nuoc Stone Carving Village to see many craft marble products. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant. For the afternoon, you should not miss other destinations, including the Chinese Assembly Hall, the famous Japanese Covered Bridge, Tan Ky Ancient House, and the China Town when paying a visit to Hoi An. The trip will end in the early evening, and the rest of the day will be yours.
Overnight in Hoi an
Day 3: Hoi An – Bana Hills – Danang
Going to Ba Na hills after a delicious breakfast at the hotel by car, you can visit many sites such as Vong Nguyet hills, Linh Ung pagoda, The Old Villas of French, by taking Cable Car at Ba Na Hill station. Then, moving up to Nui Chua mountain by cable car to visit Nginh Phong top, Le Nim Villas, Orchid Garden… Another choice for you is to take a hill climbing train ( the first and unique one in Viet Nam) to see Old French cellar, flower garden Le Jardin D’ amour. After eating lunch inside Ba Na Hill, you will have free time to play exciting games in Fantasy Park as well as visit the famous Golden Bridge. Return to Da nang and spend your free time relaxing at the beach after reaching hotel.
Overnight in Danang
Day 4: Danang departure
Our driver will pick you up from your hotel and transport you to the airport for your departure, depending on your flight time.
The accommodation in twin/double basis with breakfast (central location, highly recommended on Trip Advisor)
Experienced English speaking local guide
All entrance fee and sightseeing tickets as listed
Delicious meals with local food and tastes as listed (others are upon your request)
Air-conditioned transfer during the whole tour
Complimentary 1 bottle of water each day
Service charges and government tax
Cable car to Bana hills
Meals, Beverages which are not specified in the program
Any unclarified flight tickets
Personal travel insurance
Any personal expenses
Any gratuities and tips to driver and tour guide ($3-5/person/day for both guide and driver)
Any surcharge for holiday
If at the time of booking, any hotels or rooms in the list above are fully booked, we will endeavor to find accommodation of a similar standard elsewhere. If the only available accommodation is of a higher or lower standard, we will revise the price accordingly and consult you immediately.
* We suggest central location hotels and highly recommended on Tripadvisor in our list.
Please, Contact us for the best price
Kid < 5 years old
5 =< kid =< 12 years old
50% tour price
5 =< kid =< 12 years old
75 % tour price
Kid =< 12 years old
95% tour price
Kid >= 12 years old
100% tour price
Policy for flight tickets will be issued by the Airlines
* At the time of quotation, Travel Sense Asia reserves the right to adjust prices to take account of unusual movements in currency markets, hotel and transport costs as a result of inflationary price pressures in oil and other commodity markets.
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Useful information for travel in Vietnam
What’s the difference between 3, 4, and 5 -star hotels?
We usually arrange centrally-located and Western-standard hotels. Five-star hotels are usually palatial with huge lobbies and comfortable rooms, their standards not quite matching the best of Paris or New York, but very close. Four-star hotels have quality facilities, but not as luxurious as five-star hotels. Three-star hotels meet the needs of most Westerners, but breakfasts have less choice. We also recommend some courtyard hotels or Vietnamese-style hotels with local features and architecture. These hotels have a good ranking, or positive feedback from our customers, and TripAdvisor. Usually, hotels in big cities, small cities, and rural areas are a bit different, even if they have the same star level. We try to use the best available hotel in each place.
Passport & Visa Requirements
You may be required for visa to Vietnam. Please check the list of countries which need visa to Vietnam in this links: Who need visa to Vietnam? Vietnam Visa is issued by Vietnam Embassy in your country or “Visa on arrival”. Travel Sense Asia will offer free visa to Vietnam for you (except some difficult countries). You will need one clear page (per visa) in a full passport that is valid for at least 6 months beyond the date of your departure from Vietnam.
As currency exchange rates in Vietnam fluctuate, we suggest you refer to the following website for daily exchange rates: www.xe.com or www.vietcombank.com In 2015 the USD & VND has been around 22.500VND per USD. There are many ATM machines that accept both Visa and Master card, but these are limited to cities. We also recommend the use of cash and travelers checks in USD currency. Major credit cards are accepted in most shops, but they may charge a 2–4% transaction fee.
It is customary to tip service providers in the travel industry in Asia, depending on the service. Tipping is expected — though not compulsory — and shows an expression of satisfaction with the people who have assisted you on your tour. Recommendations for tipping drivers (3 USD per person per day as a guideline) and local guides (8 USD per person per day as a guideline) would depend on the quality and length of the service. In additionally, you will sometimes use rolling boat, cyclo riding, porter which you should give a small tip to these local people.
Eating is an important part of your Vietnam experience. Generally, breakfasts are included in the itinerary and offered by hotels. Travel Sense Asia recommend local Vietnam restaurants that are popular with local people for lunch. You can order dishes with the help of your guide. We usually leave dinner for your own choice — Western food can be found in most large cities. If you are vegetarian or you are looking for e.g. halal food, please feel free to inform your travel advisor, who can arrange a restaurant to fit your needs.
We use comfortable sedans or vans with air-conditioning. The comfort and safety of our customers is of utmost importance, so we ensure that all of the vehicles that we use are well maintained and always very clean. Our drivers take pride in their vehicles. Our car and van are always available space for a comfortable trip. Luggage – All clients are limited to two items of luggage each; a suitcase with a maximum weight of 20kg and one piece of hand luggage with a maximum weight of 7kg. It is essential that your luggage is lockable. Please note that authorities will only allow bottles onto the aircraft if they have been checked in as main baggage. Bottles in hand luggage may be confiscated.
In Vietnam the standard voltage is 220 V. The standard frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type A / C / G. Below you find pictures of these power sockets and corresponding plugs. And we provide more information about the voltage and frequency. Climate – You will find a complete packing list and a helpful climate chart in the ‘Suggested Packing List’, which is included in the pre-departure information link sent within your deposit documentation. Seasonal weather patterns can be quite unpredictable. Up to the minute information on worldwide weather can be found on www.weather.com.
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Erica – Travel Consultant
My name is Phong and 24 year-olds. Tour guide was my dream when I was in high school. It was to give impulse to apply Tourism University in Hue for learning more about Tour guide job. I am also love travel to many destinations and communicate with all friends over the world. I try to learn more and more new things to make me become an knowledgeable guide to share all the things I know for my guests and learn interesting things from them. I believe that tour guide is greatest job for me from now and in the future.
Nguyen Van Phong – Expert Guide
I am a hungry guide in learning and changing myself every day. Friendly, patient, smiling, flexible in touring. Working as tourguide for 10 years, I am ready to learn and ready to share. I am passionate in traveling and guiding my tourist. I am still much eager on duty to introduce about Vietnam and make the memorable trip for the travelers from all over the world.
La Hong Hue (Tommy) – Expert Guide
My passion is travel, bike, show history to my clients. My mission is bring them true value of the trip, local experiences.
Do Ngoc Minh (Min) – Expert Guide
I have developed my passion for guiding since 5 years ago. For me, this is a gob job with new knowledges and opportunities that approach me at work. I feel comfortable being a guide and i have planned to learn more in near future.
Nguyen Quang Minh – Expert Guide
My name is Son Tran, and im a licensed tourguide from Hanoi, Vietnam. I like this fulltime job personally, and as a result, fully dedicate to it. Being a tour guide, I have opputunities to meet people from all corners of the globe and show them around my lovely motherland, visit famous landscapes, share the glorious history and mysterious tales, or get to know better their cultures. Isnt that awesome?
Son Tran (Shaun) – Expert Guide
Xin chào! I am Nguyen Hong Khanh ( Can) and my surname is Nguyen. I’m living in Da Nang and I am really proud and passionate about my country, my people and my culture. I speak English extremely well. Educated at Da Nang University specifically to study English. I have translated complex English/Vietnamese for concerns including National Scientific & Technology Centre of Canberra, ExxonMobil, the US Air National Guard and CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation).