Travel from Hoi An to Hue and Da Nang on a convenient private tour with lots of exciting stops. After getting picked up right from your hotel early in the morning, you will go on to see Vietnam's emblematic Marble Mountains, filled with caves and tunnels that have been used by Buddhist monks as a place of worship. Go on to visit Hoa Hai stone carving village or the Cham Museum. Take a break and get your strength together for more adventures ahead: a stop by Hai Van Pass, Kinh Thanh Citadel and Tu Duc tomb.
Hoi An is a city full of history and culture, but beyond the ancient structures and well-preserved temples is a charming countryside filled with unexplored wonders. Venture into a rural adventure with your aodai riders––female motorbike riders dressed in traditional ao dai garments––as they give you an in-depth tour around Hoi An’s local villages. Begin your journey to Cam Kim Village, a quiet place surrounded by still rivers, and lush rice paddies shaded by tall, coconut palms. Within it is the famous King Bong Wood Village known for its stunning carpentry work. Its long history in designing exquisite woodwork and structures for the imperial city of Hue, the ancient town of Hoi An, and royal tombs has captivated the country for centuries. While in the area, learn how to do traditional wet rice paper and try out raw mat weaving with the locals! Afterwards, take a scenic basket boat trip down a river to visit the Coconut Forest. Soak in the verdant beauty of the forest lined with water coconut trees and see local fishermen catch their haul for the day! As you travel back to Hoi An, munch on a local cuisine to charge you up after a day of exploring the countryside. The tour ends with your safe return at the hotel or at the original meet up location.
In the morning, the exclusive Aodai Aoyu rider will arrive at the hotel to pick you up! Cam Kim Village in Canaan Village: Homemade rice noodles made by country folks, you can also do it yourself! Experience special events not found in the city - Kim Bong Wood Village: The making or repair of boats, a variety of woodcarving handicrafts, where you can buy souvenirs with local specialties! Coconut Forest Countryside: It's My favorite itinerary! This station is my favorite itinerary. Take a bamboo boat in the Vietnamese road, "Ship Boat", cross the water coconut forest, enjoy the scenery of the country, weaving small souvenirs on the water boatman, enjoy this leisure time, and deepen the daily life in Vietnam! Finally enjoy a local lunch in Vietnam! Quang Noodle wide south! I also like 😘 I have a great time in Hoi An!!😊 Many thanks @Bao Hoa
The girls came on time. We had a nice ride on scooters, they drive safe, not to fast and they make sure you feel ok. Very friendly, we had a great time talking to them about life in Hoi An. We learned to make rice paper, tried to carve on wood, see how the people make boats, it wasn't much though, the boat part. The highlight was spending some time in one of their traditional round boats. They made some nice accessories for us and we even had the chance to fish. If you want to try something less touristy, I would say go for it! It doesn't lack of tourists but they are unnoticeable comparing to the tipical highlights of the Hoi An or Da Nang. Happy we made the right choice!
It’s a wonderful journey if you wanna have a glimpse of the ordinary Hoi An. Bao Hoa and Thoa speak good English and are doing their best to introduce the traditional Hoi An. It is very much appreciated that two young girls pay such great effort to promote their hometown.
Transport and food are also good. I feel safe though this is my first time riding on a motorbike.
This is a very recommended tour. I have booked morning time and a pick-up will be picked up by a guide wearing Ao Dai to the hotel. It's not a group trip, but a one-on-one tour and experience. It's a good way to tour in the morning and tour the Old Town in the afternoon. One of the advantages is that the fatigue is low because it moves to the bike. My guide was bao hoa and I'm a college student studying English, so I can explain this in English. I was able to communicate easily in Korean, and explained the food and Hoi An very kindly. Thank you very much. ^^ It was a tour that tours all three places and it was very nice to see local life or suburban villages differently from the old town. ) I got a lot of cool feeling. 1. Surprise Village This is a course where you can visit and experience the town of making noodle, which is the main ingredient of rice noodles and noodles in Vietnam. What you see in the picture is a homemade snack and it's pretty good. 2. Kimbong Wood Village What is called Wood Village? It's like a woodworking village made of wood. Buddha statues and ornaments meat belly. 3. Coconut forest is the best of the three coconut forests. It's fun to ride a basket in a lush, basket-going river, but there are plenty of places to take pictures, and you can sing and dance in the middle. If you go to Hoi An, I would recommend it at least once.