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Maximum number of people: 10
Location: Hue, Da Nang, Hoi An
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Tour’s Program

Pick-up and welcome at the airport with the transfer to your hotel.
Overnight in Da Nang.
3* option: TITAN HOTEL - Deluxe
4* option: CICILIA DA NANG HOTEL – Deluxe
5* option: ONE OPERA - Superior
After breakfast, a visit to the My Son Sanctuary is an experience that should not be missed while visiting the beautiful city of Hoi An:
- Wander around the lost Champa Kingdom that dates back to the 3rd century
- Explore the temples and learn about the fascinating history behind this sanctuary of Hinduism.
Overnight in Da Nang.

3* option: TITAN HOTEL - Deluxe
4* option: CICILIA DA NANG HOTEL – Deluxe
5* option: ONE OPERA - Superior
We will depart Da Nang and head for Quang Tri Province. Along the way, we will stop at a number of different battle sites to see the Quang Tri Citadel, Ben Hai River, Hien Luong Bridge and Seventeenth Parallel. In the afternoon, we will visit the Vinh Moc Tunnels where North Vietnamese guerilla fighters lived and fought. Check in at a hotel and relax for the night. Overnight in Quang Binh

3* option: TAN BINH HOTEL – Superior
4* option: MUONG THANH HOTEL - Superior
5* option: SUNSPA RESORT- Superior
The day will begin with breakfast before driving to the spectacular Paradise Cave, part of the biggest cave system in the world. According to spelunkers, the deeper one journey into the cave, the more one feels the wells of heavenly clarity all around. After visiting these legendary trails we will return to Hue. Overnight in Hue.

3* option: SERENA PALACE HOTEL - Superior
4* option: MOONLIGHT HOTEL - Deluxe
5* option: IMPERIAL HOTEL - Deluxe
On this tour, we will visit the most famous landmarks situated within Hue’s borders, such as: Imperial Citadel, Thien Mu Pagoda, Tu Duc or Khai Dinh Tomb, and Dong Ba Riverside Market. Transfer to Hoi An. Overnight in Hoi An.

3* option: HOI AN VILLAGE VILLA – ROH
4* option: THANH BINH RIVERSIDE – Deluxe
5* option: LA SIESTA RESORT & SPA – Deluxe
Discover Hoi An’s countryside and its local food by bicycle. We will:
- Past verdant rice-paddies to visit a very local village.
- Sample the traditional Hoi An specialty, Cao Lau
- Learn how to make the local delicacy- White Rose.
- Move on to Cam Nam to sample some Ying and Yang food balancing favorites
Free time in the afternoon. Overnight in Hoi An.

3* option: HOI AN VILLAGE VILLA – ROH
4* option: THANH BINH RIVERSIDE – Deluxe
5* option: LA SIESTA RESORT & SPA – Deluxe
Have breakfast in the hotel and relax.
Transfer to the airport in Da Nang for departure flight.
END TOUR.
Inclusions:
Hotel pick-up and return
Accommodations (twin/double share); check-in time: 14:00, check-out time: 12:00
Minivan with air-condition, all entrance fees
Mineral water
Meals specific in the itinerary (B = Breakfasts, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
English speaking tour guide
Small group tour of maximum 10 persons per tour
Child 0 – 5 years old: 10%, 6 – 10 years old: 50% using the same bed with parents, 100% of adult price if request separate bed
Join in a group tour of maximum 10 persons.
Valid until 31 Dec 2020
 
Exclusions:
Vietnam Visa
Travel insurance
Surcharge on public holiday and Compulsory dinner on 24 Dec and 31 Dec surcharge will be advised and added by Hoi An Express
Tips and gratuities
Personal expenses such as: shopping, telephone, beverage, etc.
Air tickets at all kinds
(*) Surcharge is applicable if you are traveling on 25 Jan 2020
Payment:
50% of the net price upon booking
50% of the net price 30 days prior to departure

Cancellation charge:
ALL cancellation from the customer arise additional charges as follows:
• More than 90 days before departure: 10% of the tour price
• 30-90 days before departure: 50% of the tour price
• 7-29 days before departure: 75% of the tour price
• Less than 7 days or No show: 100% of the tour price

Change charge:
A modification of booking by the customer won’t lead to complementary charges in the following cases:
• Increase of the number of pax
• Increase of the number of services
• In case of a change arising during the trip, the supplementary charges will be directly paid at this time.

Documents to provide:
Copy of passports
International flight tickets

Reviews

  • Lourdes Y Jimenez

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    Hoi An Express is a very professional and reliable tour company. I would highly recommend them. TOUR: Central Vietnam 6 nights, 7 days Correspondence: Candy Drivers: Dung and Viet Guide: Nguyen Tran Khanh or "Key" Candy was excellent in replying to my emails - very timely, and addressed any concerns, questions I had. She was also very patient with all my questions. Guide Key speaks English very well, and is very knowledgeable. I liked that he would look something up if he was unsure of my question. He was my guide for the whole tour. Dung was the driver for my day in Da Nang. Viet was the driver for the rest of the trip. Both very courteous, they and Key were always punctual, even arrived a few minutes earlier than stated. The hotels were rated 3 stars. All were clean with hot water. The cleanest being Hoi An Village Villas in Hoi An, Serene Hotel in Hue, and Titan Hotel in Da Nang. All offered amenities such as complimentary water bottles, kettle, tea, coffee, fridge, shampoos and soaps and bath gels, toothbrushes, etc. Basic brands but they were available. The tubs in all the hotels (except Hoi An Village Villa - no tub) were nice after a long day of walking. All provided breakfasts - some better than others. I think Titan and Fansipan in Da Nang had the least tasty breakfasts but good coffee. For my last night stay in Fansipan, they had a boxed breakfast ready for me for my 4am departure, which was really a nice touch. The lunches provided were great, especially in Hue. More than ample food (6-7 course lunches) and all very very tasty. The least tasty was at the Nam Long in Hoi An on Day 2. But to give them credit, they were polite and served well, even though I was the only one in the restaurant. Beautiful surroundings. Lunch in Hue was my favourite for both taste and ambience. Others on the road north were tasty, but more cafeteria like surroundings, but clean. I travelled solo on this trip, and found I was the only one on the tour. But I felt safe. Hoi An Express even gave me a cell phone upon arrival so they can contact me, and i them in case I needed anything. This was my first guided tour so I don't know if this is common, but it was great to be welcomed like that. Thank goodness they didn't cancel my tour!! The sites visited were also just what I wanted - from walking through caves and up mountains (and down) to seeing historical tombs, war zones, temples, architecture, ruins of palaces There was enough free time as well for me to wander on my own in each city in the late afternoon/evenings. Even the foodie bike tour was interesting - and more enjoyable if only I wasn't so nervous on the bike and biking through the traffic and people. I did run into a little boy and I fell off my bike, bruised and scratched. The little boy was ok. The only suggestions I would make: 1. if someone arrives in Da Nang, it would be nice to point them towards a restaurant if the hotel doesn't have a restaurant. I stayed in Titan the first 2 nights, mid-afternoon not having eaten anything since breakfast, been awake since 4am and travelling, so was very tired. Hotel staff at that shift didn't speak enough English, and couldn't point me towards any restaurants. I walked 1 block in each direction and gave up. The hotel restaurant is open only for breakfast. Nga on the next shift was able to point me towards a restaurant just 3 -4 blocks away. 2. In Hoi An, perhaps the guide can inform the tourists that one can get a pass for $6 to all the houses and temples and bridge in the ancient city. It may have been in the information given, but I didn't really read any of it. My bad, but just a nudge from the tour guide for 'after the tour', and recommendations for restaurants, would be a nice touch. 3. in Hoi An, the Hoi An Village Villas are a bit out in nowhere. It's a nice quiet spot away from the city, and might be a 45 minute walk into town. There is a shuttle bus but it runs only 3x a day. More service would be nice. At least a mid-afternoon trek into town around 3 or 4pm instead of waiting until past 7pm. All in all a great trip, and i thank Candy, Key, and Dung and Viet immensely for making it so.
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