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Tour in Hue (full day)
Exploring Hue is one of Vietnam's greatest pleasures and this day tour reveals the fascinating history and spectacular beauty of this town. Visit the age-old Citadel, which reflects the pomp and ceremony of the dynastic rulers, take a cyclo ride through Hue's backstreets as well as discovering the eclectic and mesmerizing tombs of Khai Dinh and Minh Mang.
Half day Hue
Hue was Vietnam's capital from 1802 to1945 and this half day tour will give you two optional programs to choose from one Highlights of Hue and the other Insider Hue so you can see what you most desire in a short amount of time. The different tombs, citadel, a cyclo trip to a hidden market and off the beaten track discoveries can be chosen. You'll enjoy many sites that reflect the city's rich history, while others are more focused on cultural sites and soaking up the area's natural beauty.
Exploring old Hue by bicycle (full day)
Discover the hidden back roads of Hue by bicycle on this captivating day trip. Meander country roads passing craft villages, countless shrines and pagodas as well as ancient tombs of past kings as well as taking a local ferryboat across the Perfume River with the locals. A moderate level of fitness is required for this day trip however most of the terrain is flat.
Excursion to Sinh Village (half-day)
Discover one of Hue's many intriguing cultural legacies with a visit to Sinh Village. Located on the outskirts of the city on the lower stretches of the Perfume River, Sinh is known as a traditional woodblock printing village. Visiting family houses you will get to witness the craftsmen at work, meet colorful local characters and discover the tranquil rhythms of Vietnamese countryside life.
Tour to historic village (half-day)
Hue served as Vietnam's political capital from 1802 to 1945 under the rule of the 13 emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty. Traditionally, the city has been one of Vietnam's cultural, religious and educational centres and the countryside around Hue is a great way to discover the 'real' Vietnam. Our half-day tour will take you to historic bridge and the wonderful 500-year old village.
The Garden Houses of Hue (half-day)
Beyond the ancient citadel and extravagant tombs of Hue, lie the town's historic garden houses. This guided tour will teach you more about these hidden gems and their legacy, as nearly all of them have direct links with the old Imperial Court. Visit by cyclo the garden houses of Lac Tinh Vien built in 1889, the former residence of a Princess and the lovely Tha Om Garden house.
From Hue to The DMZ (full day)
The Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) was the site of some of the fiercest and bloodiest battles during the American War and a tour through this historic region is an informative glimpse into war time history. From Hue, travel north to visit underground tunnels and bunkers, cross infamous battle sites, and pass tranquil villages as you discover the DMZ.
Cycling to Gia Long Tomb (full day)
Discover the hidden back roads of Hue by bicycle on this captivating day trip. Meander country roads passing craft villages, countless shrines and pagodas as well as ancient tombs of past kings. Take a ferry across the Perfume River with the locals. A moderate level of fitness is required for this trip however most of the terrain is flat.
The DMZ & Phong Nha Cave (2 days)
This two-day trip takes you from Hue to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Phong Nha, which boasts one of the world's largest karst regions, with several hundred caves and grottoes, and the former DMZ area, infamous worldwide for the legendary battles that were fought here. Visit the area’s underground tunnels and bunkers, cross infamous battle sites, and pass tranquil villages as you discover the checkered past of the DMZ.
Slow Travel in Slow Hue
By slowing down and listening deeper while in Hue, the Imperial City, you will touch the soul of the sophisticated heritage and the culture which perfectly rhyme with the poetic Huong River to give birth to the scents of Hue. The legacy of the ancient Champa civilization, the Imperial Court of Nguyễn Dynasty, natural diversity and human adaptivity have shaped Hue as a land of great harmony and spirituality. In this city Buddhism is part of local life and traditions and its customs have defined an unmistaken art of living. Hue is a city of unchanged tempo. While in Hue, you should slow down to truly absorb an awakened living and make yourself available to new opportunities for transformation.
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