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Escape the city in favor of an island paradise on a full-day tour of Cham Island from Da Nang. Traveling to the island by speedboat means you’ll reduce travel time and spend more of the day snorkeling and relaxing on bone-white sands. Exploring with a guide means you’ll learn about local life and culture, while included lunch and round-trip hotel transport eliminate the need for advance planning.
Enjoy the exotic feelings like basket boat riding,dancing which you never experience before in your life.Explore the typical countryside culture,lifestyle,habits of local people in Vietnam Learning about crabbing with bamboo poles with our locals.Learning fishing with cast net and lift net with our local fishermen.Learning about making souvenirs from coconut leaves with locals.Plenty of photos opportunity with amazing moments.
Tired of after sunny touring day? Want to relax, sip cold drink while enjoying Hoi An rural scenery in a private atmosphere? Join us, step on board, sit back, relax and be amazed by peaceful landscape of Thu Bon River while the boat is gliding down.
Enjoy pick up from your hotel in Hoi An Town. From here you'll move along the river in Hoian, passing craft villages that produce endearing souvenirs for visitors, as well as durable furniture. A short boat trip along poetic Thu Bon river can introduce to us their activities and will give you a the opportunity to participate in a traditional fishing activity. The tour will conclude with a great view of the sun setting over the river, before returning to your hotel.
Hoian can be the starting point of multiple excursions within one or two days, of which Cu Lao Cham Island attracts more and more tourists recently due to its charm, exciting daily life, and even the risk and limitation in favorable weather to get there.