Old-school farmers at Tra Que vegetable village in the Cam Ha Commune use traditional techniques to produce some of the region’s most unique crops. Guided farmland tours provide visitors with detailed explanations of growing seasons as well as opportunities to sample freshly-picked, local herbs. Rent bicycles and explore the scenic landscape of Tra Que, then stop off at independent workshops to purchase local crafts before enjoying a traditional dinner with a glass of regional peach wine.
Tours depart daily from Hoi An and most include transportation, a meal
and cost about $5-12USD. Bike rides are easy and flat, making them
perfect for families.
The city of Hoi An was once considered a
destination by Japanese traders who believed the heart of East Asia beat
below the port town’s cobbled streets. Today, travelers can feel the
pulse of Vietnam’s old and new meeting in this historic town. Ancient
temples and classic architecture exist alongside modern storefronts,
innovative cuisine and expert tailors. The historic town offers sites
and activities to keep everyone content.