Saiba mais sobre a história do norte do Vietnã e a vida rural em uma excursão de um dia inteiro a Hoa Lu e Tam Coc, de Hanói. Veja os templos de Hoa Lu na antiga capital do Vietnã, depois vá a Tam Coc para um passeio de sampana em um rio lento com uma paisagem de formações e cavernas cársticas. Termine com um passeio de bicicleta pelas vilas rurais. Inclui almoço com bufê, transporte e guia, todas as atividades e embarque e desembarque no hotel no bairro histórico de Hanói.
Excursão de dia inteiro de Hoa Lu e Tam Coc, saindo de Hanoi
Visite os templos de Hoa Lu e faça um passeio de sampan pelas cavernas em Tam Coc
Após o início da manhã em Hanói, siga para a província de Ninh Binh, uma viagem panorâmica que leva cerca de uma hora.
Comece por visitar os antigos templos Hoa Lu da capital, construídos para as dinastias Dinh e Le. Em seguida, vá ao cais Tam Coc, onde você desfruta de um almoço com bufê da culinária vietnamita.
Em seguida, entre no seu barco de sampan e relaxe enquanto seu guia o guia até as cavernas, um passeio de 90 minutos. Quando você voltar para a doca, faça uma pequena pausa antes de pular na bicicleta fornecida para um agradável passeio de 45 minutos pelas pitorescas vilas rurais até Bich Dong.
No final da tarde, volte para a cidade onde sua excursão termina com o desembarque em sua acomodação no bairro antigo de Hanói.
7h45: embarque na sua acomodação no bairro antigo de Hanói 08h15: siga para o passeio à província de Ninh Binh 10h: chegue à antiga capital de Hoa Lu 10h15: visite os templos do Rei Dinh e do Rei Le 11h30: chegue no Tam Coc Wharf 11h45: almoço com bufê com pratos da culinária vietnamita 13h: viagem de barco em Sampan pelas cavernas (90 minutos, incluindo rowman) 15h: retorno a Tam Coc Wharf para uma breve pausa 15h15: passeio de bicicleta pelas vilas da zona rural 16h: o ônibus sai para Hanói 17h30: chegue à sua acomodação no bairro antigo de Hanói
Temple and history by Duc very interesting boat ride good would have been better when water level was down and rice paddies could be seen only on June July. Bikes were in poor condition but still fun. We new the drive there and back was going to be long and it was unfortunately takes the shine of the day. Didn’t get back to Hanoi till 7/30 big day and the traffic was supposedly good.
Tour Guide by the name Duc who speaks fluent English. Hoa Lu and Tam Coc a must visit in Hanoi. An enjoyable boat ride with awesome scenic route in Tam Coc, but quite hot sunny weather so an umbrella is allow on boat and also enjoying the bicycle riding. Lunch is provided so need no worry where to have your meal.
Excellent value for money and very good tour guide Quoc... Ninh Binh Province with Tam Coc and Hoa Lua provided an excellent insight into the areas and also history.
The food was good and the bike rides, river rides and photo opportunities were superb.
All in all, an excellent trip.
We had an excellent young guide who was very knowledgeable about the history of Vietnam. He was happy to chat with any and all of the people on the tour, and organised our entry into each of the sites that we visited, quickly and efficiently. The smorgasbord lunch was fine and the overall experience was good value for money.
When staying in Hanoi for a few days this is a good tour to add to see something outside Hanoi. We booked this tour based on the Viator reviews and we weren't disappointed. This tour is value for money.
It is a full day tour. It might even last a bit longer then indicated due to traffic etc. The tour guide asked us if there was someone in the group that had to be back at a specific timing.
Depending on your hotel location in the old quarter the tour will pick you up from the hotel. Some hotels can't be reached by bus.
During the ride the guide provided us with all sorts of information. It was good and entertaining.
The tour will make a pit stop at a souvenir store/ restaurant when disabled people make all sorts of nice souvenirs of good quality. There is no pressure to buy.
First attraction is the ancient capital of Hoa Lu with two temples. This was nice to see but a bit crowded since all tours pass this point.
Next stop is Tam Coc wharf where you can enjoy an extensive buffet lunch. There really was a lot of food choices.
The highlight of the tour is the Sampan boat trip through the caves . This is really amazing. Since it is quite sunny we did buy a hat from one of the many shops to protect us a bit from the sun.
It can become a bit crowded since more tours will do the same boat ride there. It is usually 2-3 persons per boat.
You can tip the rowman which is quite a common practice. Downside is a bit that they ask for more tips even when you tip.
Last attraction is a bike ride through the countryside. This is only a short ride. The country side roads aren't the best. They provide all sorts of bikes. It is best to choose a mountain bike. During the bike ride you can stop to take pictures of the beautiful surroundings.
Then the tour returns to Hanoi with a pitstop at the same souvenir shop so if you haven't bought in the morning you can still do so in the afternoon.
The return trip might take a while due to traffic.
Overall the tour is value for money and a good choice to do while staying in Hanoi.