Hue To Hoi An By Motorbike Tour Via Hai Van Pass

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  • Duration: 1 day
  • Price: $45

We leave Hue at 8.00 am for Hoi An by travelling through the countryside to explore traditional villages. We will view marble carving at Marble Mountain because of riding to Danang, including a stop at Dragon Bridge

Hue To Hoi An By Motorbike Tour

We leave Hue at 8.00 am for Hoi An by travelling through the countryside to explore traditional villages. We will view marble carving at Marble Mountain because of riding to Danang, including a stop at Dragon Bridge.

Hai Van Pass

 

We leave Hue at 8.00 am for Hoi An by travelling through the countryside to explore traditional villages. We will view marble carving at Marble Mountain because of riding to Danang, including a stop at Dragon Bridge. After lunch we head up and over the Hai Van Pass with many stops to enjoy the spectacular scenery of the pass, beaches, ocean and to learn more the rich history of Vietnam. We then visit the spectacular Lang Co beach, enjoy the romantic beauty of Tam Giang lagoon before ending our day tour in Hoi An around 4:00 pm.

Tam Giang Lagoon - Danang Motorbike Adventure

Tam Giang Lagoon

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Location 1:
Marble Mountain

Tam Giang is the largest lagoon in Southeast Asia with over 300,000 Vietnamese living along its shores. Just 15 km from Hue, it’s a popular place to enjoy Vietnamese rural life and go out on a fishing boat with a local, learning traditional Vietnamese fishing methods along the way.

Location 2:
Hai Van pass

The Hai Van Pass is an approximately 21 km long mountain pass on National Route 1A in Vietnam. It traverses a spur of the larger Annamite Range that juts into the South China Sea, on the border of Danang and Hue Province, near Bach Ma National Park. Its name refers to the mists that rise from the sea, reducing visibility. Historically, the pass was a physical division between the kingdoms of Champa and Dai Viet..

Location 3:
Long Co Beach

Lang Co Beach is a sweeping expanse of sand good for. The beach lies at the northern end of Hai Van Pass, and the sands of Lang Co begin just where the mountain switchbacks end. Behind the long stretch of beach is a large lagoon, and the lightly populated town area is just a narrow strip.

Location 4:
Tam Giang Lagoon

Tam Giang is the largest lagoon in Southeast Asia with over 300,000 Vietnamese living along its shores. Just 15 km from Hue, it’s a popular place to enjoy Vietnamese rural life and go out on a fishing boat with a local, learning traditional Vietnamese fishing methods along the way.

Location 5:

Dragon Bridge

Dragon Bridge is undoubtedly one of the best highlights Danang has to offer. It’s built over the mighty Han river which itself empties into the South China Sea.

Highlight .

  •  Marble mountain ( sightseeing + walking ) .
  • Da Nang beach ( relax , photos ) .
  • Hai Van pass ( know as Top gear , coffee time , view , thrill road to ride ).
  • Lang Co town ( lunch you can chose seafood or local food ) .
  • Elephant spring ( Swimming , relaxing ).
  • City of Death + fishing village ( see and know more about ours culture ) .
  • Rice field + Sunset view on the way to Hue .

TRAVEL TIPS

  • Distance Hue To Hoi An is about 125km – 135km and it takes 3-4 hours to get there. Duration trip trip is about 9 hours.
  • Sunscreen is needed for this trip.
  • Good sports shoes or sandal is suitable for the trip.
  • A smark phone or a camera will help you save many beautiful screen.
  • You can change departure time.
  • Book tour before at least 24 hours, if can earlier will be great for good driver and motorbike.
  • We always support you all time during trip, contact by phone will be fastest way.

PRICE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES:

Total price includes
Motorbike with Tour guide speaking English, Helmet, Petrol, Road tolls, Parking fee.
Excludes
Meal, personal expenses, tip for driver.

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