3 days 2 nights
Escape the hustle and bustle of big cities and tourist hubs to visit a couple of provinces where the pace of life is much less hectic. Experience lovely little Ly Son Island with its wild, rugged and unspoiled landscape and the pretty coastal town of Quy Nhon that features beautiful beaches, captivating countryside and interesting heritage sites.
Day 1: Hoi An - Ly Son Island (-/L/D)
Departing from Hoi An, head to Quang Ngai Province, Ly Son Island can be reached by speed boat from Sa Ky fishing port. It will take you around 30 minutes to reach this island. Have lunch before departing for Ly Son Island. Arrive in Ly Son, check-in hotel, later, visit Duc Pagoda, capture the sunset at To Vo Gate. This is also a famous spot on this island and is loved by visitors once setting foot here. With the geology, topography and landscape here, it is not wrong to say that Ly Son Island is considered the Jeju Island of Vietnam. Enjoy seafood dinner. Overnight in Ly Son.
Day 2: Ly Son - Binh Dinh Province - Quy Nhon (B/L/D)
Wake up early and enjoy the beauty of sunrise. After breakfast, visit the Memorial House Of Parcel Team. Continue to explore Thoi Loi Mountain, looking down from the peak of the mountains, you can admire the spectacular colorful scenes. On one side, there is an immense field of green grass in the pan-shaped valley and on the other side, it is a combination of the blue ocean and the green garlic fields on white sand and red basalt soil. This island is also famous for garlic; the flavor of garlic here is different and very distinct. Tourists naturally choose the next stop, Hang Pagoda, as an ideal destination for relaxation. In the afternoon, depart for Quy Nhon City. Overnight in Quy Nhon.
Day 3: Quy Nhon - Hoi An (B/L/-)
Visit two of Quy Nhon’s most interesting historical attractions; Binh Dinh Museum which features galleries that showcase items from ancient and modern history, from Cham sculptures, to the French Colonial Period and the wartime struggles of the Communist Party; and Twin Tower, a unique twin tower built by the ancient Cham civilization, which is surprisingly intact after so many years. Have lunch before check-out, then back to Hoi An.
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