Hue, Vietnam
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Hue and Hoi An: Private Car Sightseeing Tour

1. Hue and Hoi An: Private Car Sightseeing Tour

This 7-hour tour begins with hotel pickup. Along the way to Hoi An there will be stops for sightseeing at An Bang Cemetery, home to more than a thousand tombs and stretching from the 8-meter gates down to the sea. Continuing on, enjoy the verdant trees, crystal waters, and cloud-covered mountains of Lap An Lagoon. Nestled between Phu Gia Pass to the North and Hai Van Pass to the South, this oyster-farming village should not be missed. Just 60 KM on from Hue is the serene fishing township of Lang Co, whose beach was recognized in 2009 as one of the 30 most beautiful bays in the world, with a sloping beach and fine, clean sand.    The car winds its way through Hai Van Pass, one of the most scenic hillside roads in Vietnam. The American and French bunkers along the pass provide panoramic views of the city, the perfect spot for a much-welcomed break with the locals. Last but not least, marvel at the rock peaks of the Marble Mountains and follow the curvy road upwards, past large stone dragons and seated figures of Buddha. Here you can learn about Buddhism and witness the harmony of nature and religion.   After a full day of touring, drop-off will be provided in Hue or Hoi An.

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Explore the Famous Phong Nha Cave on a Guided Tour from Hue

2. Explore the Famous Phong Nha Cave on a Guided Tour from Hue

Begin your full day tour with a 6:45 AM pick up from your hotel in Hue and depart for the 2.5 hour journey to the Phong Nha Caves. Enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant, before boarding a boat to cruise along the river to reach Phong Nha Cave. The deeper the vessel navigates into the caves, the more magical your surroundings will become and you can marvel at the phenomenal natural aspects in your sight. Marvel at the formations that have been created over millions of years. After journeying by boat for another 700 m, a large dry passage appears and you can disembark the boat onto dry ground to explore the cave on foot for another 500 m. Seize the chance to discover the remains of the Cham altars and inscriptions inside the exciting cave, before returning to Hue in the late afternoon and arriving back at your hotel around 6.00 PM.

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Hue: Sightseeing by Private Car

3. Hue: Sightseeing by Private Car

Your tour driver will take you to a selection of historic and natural highlights around Hue. Some of the highlights you may visit include: Thanh Toan Bridge: a rare arched wooden bridge that is comparable with the famous Japanese bridge in Hoi An. The bridge is situated right next to the local market, where you can experience a little of local life. Tu Duc Tomb: the tomb was built between 1864 and 1867 while the Emperor was still alive. It’s a sprawling complex set around a lake where the Emperor spent much of the summer. Minh Mang Tomb: this is the tomb of the most beloved emperor and is also widely considered to be the most majestic of all of the Royal Tombs. It is renowned for its architecture that harmoniously blends with its natural surroundings. Khai Dinh Tomb: this royal tomb displays a perfect fusion of Western and Eastern architecture. Emperor Khai Dinh was as controversial as his tomb is luxurious. Hue Citadel: the home of Vietnam’s last royal family, the Nguyen Dynasty. The walled palace is the manifestation of the Nguyen dynasty’s power. Its massive halls, royal courtyards, garden design and architecture will leave you in awe. Thien Mu Pagoda (Heaven Fairy Lady Pagoda): surrounded by serene natural scenery, this pagoda is considered the most beautiful pagoda in the city.

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From Hue: Bach Ma National Park Private Car Transfer

4. From Hue: Bach Ma National Park Private Car Transfer

Enjoy a convenient private transfer to Bach Ma National Park, located 40 kilometers from Hue city. The park is known for its spectacular natural beauty, and is a designated conservation area due to its unique ecosystem. Being the bio-geographical border between northern and southern Vietnam and having a wide variety of habitats, the park is well-known for its biodiversity. While at the park, you can choose to take part in a variety of outdoor activities including camping, trekking, or rappelling. Or you can simply wander through the jungle to discover the beauty of Bach Ma’s flora and fauna. Once you have enjoyed your free time to explore the park, be returned to your accomodation in Hue by your driver.

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Hue: Private Transfer To/From Hoi An with Sightseeing

5. Hue: Private Transfer To/From Hoi An with Sightseeing

Ride in comfort in your own private car with an English-speaking driver on a 1-way transfer between the magical cities of Hue and Hoi An. Kick-off your 3-hour journey by meeting your guide directly in your hotel lobby, and head straight to the renowned Lang Co Beach with its 10-km white sand stretch, and cool, crystal blue waters. Relax here for as long as you wish, enjoying a traditional seafood lunch. Next, sit back and relax as you drive up to the iconic Hai Van Pass, dubbed "one of the best coastal roads in the world", where the panoramic views at the top will make your jaw drop. Snap a few pictures before you make your way to your next stop: the Son Tra Peninsula. Here, watch the waters of the East Sea from high above, and peek into Vietnam's war-torn past. Make sure to keep an eye out for the wild monkeys roaming around, and marvel at the tall bright white statue of the Bodhisattva, or Goddess, of Mercy. Finally, explore Marble Mountain with its cluster of five limestone and marble mountains dotted with grottos, temples, and fabulous viewpoints on your last stop before your driver drops you off at your hotel.

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What people are saying about Hue, Vietnam

The time indicated is estimated to arrive at the park from Huè is incorrect, in fact it does not take 2h and 30m but abundant 4h this is a figure not to be underestimated since in any case it is to be evaluated 8/9 hours by bus for activities that lasts from 3/4 hours. Yes ok the cave and the boat ride are very nice but overall "maybe" as proposed by Huè is not worth it. Surely if one has no alternative this is the best offer on the site. Surely it is better to sleep 2/3 nights near the park so as to have more options to visit the whole site since it is very large.

beautiful cave

beautiful cave, however, the organization could do something better.