4 days Da Nang Discovery

Price From: $319

Da Nang is growing into one of the most organized urban areas along the Han River. Coming to Da Nang, visitors will have the opportunity to visit the famous picturesque spots such as Ba Na Mountain, Marble Mountains and Son Tra Peninsula.

Itinerary

 

Day 1 Da Nang Arrival (Meals:  No)

Upon arrival, you will travel to your hotel in Da Nang by yourself. Check into your hotel in Da Nang, the rest of the day is spent at your leisure. Hotel check in time: 13.00

Overnight in hotel in Da Nang.

 

Day 2 Da Nang- Marble Mountain (Meals: B/L/…)

Monkey Mountain, also known as Son Tra, which is home to the beautiful marble statue of the Lady Buddha which can be seen from all along the Da Nang beach front. On this tour, we will take you to have a look at this pagoda where local people regularly come to pray. Here you can enjoy the serenity of this sacred place as well as the beautiful view of the Da Nang coastline. After the tour, you will enjoy lunch at the home of a local family. During the tour you will also be able to meet local people who will welcome you and you will have a chance to speak to them. This will be a unique opportunity to learn about the real Vietnam and the country’s customs.

 

09:00 – 09:30 : Pick you up at your hotel then depart for Marble Mountain. Here you will discover many caves and marvel at their varied beauty and uses. The Buddhist pagodas are sacred so take the opportunity to pray or just to marvel at the beauty of the area Gifts in marble will be the most beautiful things here for your family and friends.

 

11:30 – 12:30: Leave Marble Mountains for Monkey Mountain. During your time at Monkey Mountain you will learn about its history .There will also be plenty of time for photos.

 

12:30 – 13:30: Leaving Monkey Mountain for lunch. You will enjoy lunch at the home of a local family.

14:00 : Return to your hotel in Da Nang.

Overnight in hotel in Da Nang.

 

Day 3 Da Nang- Ba Na Hills (Meals: B/L)

08.45-09.30  Pick up in the centre of Da Nang city then transfer to Bana Hills Station. You have the chance to ride on a modern system of cable cars helping you to get a bird’s-eye view while enjoying a feeling of flying in the blue sky amidst the clouds and wind. You will visit some old French villas en route, as well as the suspension bridge, Nui Chua & the Mountain Peak (at a height of 1,487m). We will then enjoy lunch whilst taking in the spectacular views.

In the afternoon, visit Vong Nguyet villa where we will see the wine cellar, Linh Ung Pagoda, Sakyamuni Buddha’s monument and Ba Na.

Return to your hotel in Da Nang about 16:00.

Overnight in hotel in Da Nang.

 

Day 4 Da Nang Departure (Meals: B/…/…)

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel, the rest of the day is spent at your leisure, 12.00 hotel check out.

Trip ends.

 

Price Excludes

  • 3 nights’ accommodation in Da Nang – King’s Finger Da Nang Hotel
  • Guided tour to Marble mountain
  • Guided tour to Ba Na Hills
  • Cable car ticket to Ba Na Hills
  • Meal as mentioned: B= Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner
  • Tax and service charge

Price Excludes

  • Airport transfers
  • Return airfares from your country to Vietnam
  • Beverages, Tips and Personal Expenses
  • Other things not mentioned clearly in the packages
  • Visa to Vietnam: See How to apply Visa to Vietnam Here
  • Insurance

 

Notes

  • You want to extend your trip, please ask!
  • Itinerary may be changed depending on weather conditions
  • You should bring with you your passport for overnight registration on sites
  • Warm clothes needed  during Nov to Feb. See Vietnam weather Here
  • Keep in contact with Vietnam Central Tours to get support any time
  • Please dress conservatively when visiting the pagodas

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