In Halong City we enter our private boat for a full afternoon of cruising in the bay of the dragon, with more than 3000 limestone islands scattering up from the emerald water. You will be overwhelmed by its sublime beauty and serenity. Ha Long Bay was recognized as Natural World Heritage by UNESCO in 1994 and is worldwide known for its unique landscape endowed by wind and water
You will be overwhelmed by its sublime beauty and serenity. Ha Long Bay was recognized as Natural World Heritage by UNESCO in 1994 and is worldwide known for its unique landscape endowed by wind and water.
Today we have plenty of time to discover the pearl of South-East Asia; Hanoi. With charming streets, lined with dozens of old trees, beautiful lakes, colonial architecture and countless interesting monuments, this city will overwhelm you with its lively character.
Pick up from Dong Hoi airport by Huetourist. Visit for Phong Nha – Ke Bang, listed in UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritages in May, 2003. Board a boat cruise along the river to Phong Nha Cave. The deeper one penetrates, the more magical are the natural aspects of the cave.
After lunch in a local restaurant we explore the Botanic Garden, the Love Valley, Xuan Huong Lake, the old train station and the Crazy House (famous for its incredible architecture). A full day of discovery, satisfaction guaranteed!
Today you will be transferred by bus to Dalat, where we take off for a short flight towards the Central Highlands, bordering Laos. Here we travel through numerous coffee plantations alternated by plantations of rubber trees.
In the early morning we take a local boat which will take us in the direction of the Cai Be floating market. The sightseeing is extremely exciting with hundreds of people participating in the market by boat.
We continue our trip to the village of Tay Ninh where we visit the Cao Dai Temple, the center of Caodaism in Vietnam. Caodaism is a bizarre and unique sect in Vietnam, which represents a mix of Taoism, Christianity and Confucianism.