Discovery traveling with Hoi An Easy Rider

VietNam with a complex mountainous terrain and diverse cultures of the 54 ethnic groups is always an exciting thing for those who love to learn and explore. To enjoy life and the culture of VietNam, nothing is more amazing than … Continue reading

Xin Chao Hoi An

If you love photography and want to experience  a REAL Hoi An’s life (without tourists), “Xin Chao ” Hoi An Tour is a must do. You can find good spots for good pictures everywhere since during the day there are a lot of tourists and … Continue reading

Discovering the Cham Islands

The Cham Islands are 15km from Cua Dai. There are seven islands altogerther named according to their shapes or characteristics. They are called Lao (pear), Dai (long), La (leaf), Kho (dry), Tai (ear), Mo (tombs) and Nom (East wind). They … Continue reading

Hoi An Countryside Bicycle Tour

Immerse yourself for one day in the Vietnamese countryside. This bicycle tour will take you far away from the regular tourist itinerary and deep within the true Vietnam, where you will discover the customs and age-old traditions of the Vietnamese … Continue reading

Hoi An Cyclo Tour and Boat Cruise on The River

Most visitors to Hoi An spend a lot of time walking through the ancient streets, buying clothes, shoes and paintings in the town’s famous shops. But how many visitors get to discover the simple life of the villagers, watch the … Continue reading

Fishing Village Bicycle Tour

the place we now call “Con Chai” (Fishing Dune). Go to the enchanting Thanh Nam Fishing Village, stay and work with the accommodating local people and learn how to catch fish in this traditional fishing area. Itinerary: Our local guide … Continue reading

My Son Tour Half Day

The My Son Sanctuary is a culturally amazing place to visit. The ruins here are one of many sites of Cham ruins throughout central Vietnam, but one of the best preserved and easily accessible. It’s beautifully green and verdant, with … Continue reading

Lantern Making Tour

Nights at Hoi An Ancient Town become more mysterious with various kinds of hand-made lanterns. Lanterns are the result of exchanges among Vietnamese, Japanese and Chinese cultures, which have been famous for their various and specific identities. One of the … Continue reading

Kim Bong Village Bicycle Tour

Kim Bong village showcases craft items and the painstaking process through which they are created, using special tools and techniques passed down since the 15th century, when Hoi An flourished as a major sea port. The craftsmen here made a … Continue reading

Visit Tra Que Vegetable Village

Itinerary: Full – day tour 08:00: Local guide meets you at Hoi An Travel office( 10 Tran Hung Sao Street). Ride a bicycle to a local farm in Tra Que village. Here you will have a brief introduction to the … Continue reading