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HCM- Danang – Quang Ngai –Chu Lai – My Lai – Aluoi – Hue ( 5 days/4 nights - VVTR03)

On March 8th, 1965, the US 9th Marine Brigade landed on Nam O Beach (nicknamed Red Beach II) in Danang, which officially marked the American involvement in Vietnam. Thenceforth, the names "I Corps Area", "Ashau Valley", "Hamburger Hill", or "My Lai massacre" have never faded in the memory of American soldiers. Coming back there nowadays, you can spend quiet moments on Non Nuoc Beach, once a popular R&R site Of American servicemen, or simply enjoy the serenity of the ancient town of Hoi An, leaving behind all rueful remembrances of a distant past


Itinerary in brief

Day 1: HCMC-Hoi An

Day 2: Hoi An

Day 3: Hoi An - Hue

Day 4: Hue - A Luoi - Hue

Day 5: Hue -HCMC


Detail Itinerary


Day 1: HCMC-Hoi An

AM: transfer to airport for flight to Danang. Arrival in Danang and transfer to hotel.

PM: visit to Hoi An, Non Nuoc beach, Cham Museum. O/N in Hoi An.


Day 2: Hoi An

Visit to former battlefield in Quang Nam and Quang Ngai: Chu Lai base (optional: Cam Doi base, Nui Que base, An Hoa base) and My Lai village. O/N in Hoi An.


Day 3: Hoi An - Hue

Transfer to Hue with stopover at Red beach. PM: visit to Imperial Citadel, Tu Duc & Khai Dinh tombs. O/N in Hue.


Day 4: Hue - A Luoi - Hue

Transfer to A Luoi. Visit to A Bia hill (Hamburger hill), Hong Bac tunnels and Ta Oi minority village in A Shaw. Return to and O/N in Hue.


Day 5: Hue -HCMC

AM: one-hour cruise on Perfume river to Thien Mu Pagoda, then visit to Minh Mang Tomb and Dong Ba market by coach. PM: flight back to HCMC. Transfer to and O/N at hotel in HCMC. 


Tour includes:

  • Private transportation

  • English/French speaking guide

  • All accommodation

  • Meals indicated as B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D = Dinner  in the itinerary

  • Admission fees and permits where applicable

  • Domestic air tickets Saigon – Danang/ Hue – Saigon

Tour excludes:

  • International flights

  • International departure tax

  • Visas and visa fees

  • Travel insurance

  • Personal expenses

  • Pre and post trip accommodation in Hanoi

  • Tips and gratuities

What to bring:

  •  Passport

  •  Towels

  •  Toiletries

  •  Change of clothes, sun lotion

  •  Sunglasses & brim hat , flash light

  •  Insect repellent

  •  First aid kit.

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