Hue is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for its ancient relics, historical monuments, local culture and well preserved architecture. Our tour begins in Hue, with a comprehensive tour of the Imperial Palace, followed by a cruise on the gentle Perfume River. During the day you partake in a lunch of Hue’s spicy cuisine, visit a conical gat manufacturer, see an emperor’s tomb and enjoy a leisurely cyclo ride.  Next day, transfer to the Bach Ma National Park and trek through its magnificent flora and gorgeous scenery, spending the night in a villa at the Park. Wake early and take a small trek and get your reward from the panoramic scenery on show, before returning to the villa for breakfast. Then we are off to Hoi An, discovering Marble Mountains on the way. Explore Hoi An, make a lantern and enjoy a food tasting tour of Hoi An delights. Travel to Visit World Heritage rated My Son, religious capital of the defunct Champa Kingdom, and finish this tour with a day on the pristine beach of Hoi An. 


Hue Imperial City - Emperors Tomb

  • Hue is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for its ancient relics, historical monuments, local culture and well preserved architecture.
  • Explore the Imperial Palace, where the Nguyen Dynasty ruled between 1802 and 1945
  • Enjoy a cruise on the gentle Perfume River
  • Visit the Thien Mu Pagoda, on the river bank
  • Enjoy a lunch of Hue’s unique, spicy cuisine
  • Visit a conical hat and incense-stick making village and the Dong Ba Market
  • See Khai Dinh’s tomb – a mixture of Vietnamese and Western design
  • Take a cyclo ride through shady lane-ways and past many other historical sites
  • Overnight at a hotel in Hue including breakfast.

Hue – Bach Ma National Park – overnight in an old Villa

  • Depart from Hue to drive 60km to Bach Ma National Park
  • Trek 5 hours through the sub-tropical forest, taking us to the Ngu Ho and Do Quyen Waterfalls. The Ngu Ho, or Five-lakes Cascade, is a series of small waterfalls which crash down into pristine pools of clear water secluded under a canopy of foliage
  • Stay overnight in the park’s villa guest house.

Bach Ma – Da Nang – Hoi An

  • Wake up in the park, walk uphill to the summit, 1450m above sea level, and enjoy the spectacular views (it is the ideal spot for a photo), with any good luck you will see beautiful sunrise.
  • Get back to the villa to freshen up and have breakfast
  • Leave the national park to travel southward approximately 50km to Da Nang city
  • Visit the Museum of Cham Sculpture in Da Nang.
  • Discover the five Marble Mountains, each named after a component of the planet: Fire, Wood, Iron, Water and Earth
  • Continue to Hoi An ancient town, free to discover the town by night.
  • overnight in hotel in Hoi An.

Hoi An - Ancient Town

  • Take a delightful stroll around Hoi An, an ancient trading port, situated in the central region of Vietnam, and see the century old buildings that remain today.
  • After visiting all outstanding historical and cultural stops, you will take part in an unforgettable class of making lantern, at Smile house where it brings a smile and gives hope to the people with disabilities. In the class, you will learn how to make a beautiful lantern under instructions from an artisan from the town, and then you can bring home your “achievement”.
  • Before finishing the tour, you will be guided to uncover a picturesque Hoi An on a food tasting journey, scout out the locals’ favourite eateries, and learn about Vietnamese cuisine and the family food shop scene!
  • Explore My Son – a World Heritage of Humanity site, recognized by UNESCO in 1999.
  • Travel to My Son, the ancient capital and religious centre of the former Champa Kingdom, see the story told by talented dancers and explore the site, including Tra Kieu (the Lion Citadel).
  • Overnight at a hotel in Hoian, including breakfast.

Hoi An - Free Day

  • Enjoy a day of free time to make personal discoveries or to relax on the beaches here