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Located about 3 km from Hoi An Old Quarter, Bay Mau Coconut forest has been blessed by the Nature, with a abundant vegetation and mangroves system and a variety of plants and animals that make up a favorite tourist destination. Coming here, you will not only find yourself “lost” in the land of The South West area of Vietnam, with the magnificent water coconut forest, but also learn more about the heroic history of our country.
Hoi An Ancient Town – UNESCO World Heritage, is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site.
We pick you up at the rendezvous (inner Da Nang city), departure for Cam Thanh, Hoi An.
On the way, we’ll visit Non Nuoc Stone Carving Village, where is a famous traditional village of Da Nang city for fine art stone engraving products more 200 years.
Discover the coconut forest, which is considered “Southeast inside the ancient town”.
You will go visiting the eco-system of the forest by basket boats, catching crabs, snails and making toys from coconut leaf.
Especially, you can also join the basket boat race, which will bring you a lot of wonderful experiences.
Then, relax together with lemon juice & Hoi An cake
Head to Hoi An acient town, visiting Fukian Assembly Hall, Japanese Covered Bridge, Old House…
Also, you’ll have free time for shopping at Nguyen Hoang night market and enjoy the beautiful light from thousands of lanterns.
Have dinner with local food: cao lau Hoian, chicken rice,…
End of the Coconut ecosystem-Hoi An Ancient Town tour. Return to Da Nang city.
Drop you off at your hotel, good bye and hope to see you again in other tours by Dacotours!
– This price does not apply for Vietnam Holidays and Tet Holidays.
– For Tet Holidays (22-29th January), please kindly add 5USD surcharge over the price.
– We are closed on 24th and 25th of January. Sorry for this inconvinience!
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