Travel to Hue from Da Nang for a full-day tour of the ancient city's UNESCO World Heritage sites and other monuments. Visit the royal mausoleum known as Tu Duc tomb, the Imperial City, the Perfume River, and the Thien Mu Pagoda. Learn about Vietnam's history and culture from your private guide on a tour that includes lunch at a local restaurant, private guide and vehicle, snacks, and round-trip transportation from Da Nang.
Itinerary from Da Nang to Hue:
8.00 am: Tour guide/driver will pick you up at your hotel lobby. You will then depart for Hue City Tour. On the way, you will stop to visit one of the most scenic hillside roads in Vietnam – Hai Van Pass. After Hai Van Pass. You do not want to miss seeing one of the World’s Most Beautiful Bays – Lang Co Beach.
11.00 am: Upon arrival in Hue, you will visit the first attraction of “Complex of Hue Monuments” is Tu Duc Tomb. Tu Duc’s tomb is not only one of the most beautiful works of the Nguyen dynasty, but it is also romantic scenery of mounts and lakes. After Tu Duc Tomb, you will enjoy a lunch among the locals at a selected restaurant, around at 1.30 pm.
After lunch, you will visit Hue Imperial citadel where 13 Nguyen Dynasty lived and worked from 1802 until 1945. You will visit Nine Holy Canon, Ngo Mon Gate, Court Yard, Thai Hoa Palace, The Temple, The Forbidden Purple City. Once you leave Hue Imperial Citadel, you will drive along Perfume River to visit the most beautiful and oldest pagoda in Hue – Thien Mu Pagoda. This will conclude your day trip and you will be transferred back to Da Nang. Private Small Group Day Tour from Da Nang to Hue ends around 6.30 pm -7.00 pm.
Price From $ 85.00/person
– Entrance fees
– Bottled water
– Hotel pickup and drop-off
– Walking tour
– Transport by private vehicle
– Guaranteed to skip the long lines
– Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
– Infant meals
– Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
– Group Maximum: 8 travelers Infant seats are available on request if advised at time of booking
– May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
– Dress code is smart casual
– Not wheelchair accessible