After a break in a local cafe, we visit & learn about the history of a thousand-year-old Cham Temple and the Champa Kingdom.
Our final stretch takes us through yet more beautiful rural landscapes and local villages, we visit a local family making fish sauce, pass by many ornate tombs and ancestral houses and check out a local boat building yard before arriving in Hue city.
Our Hoi An tours will give you local insight and show you how people really live in this charming town and its surrounding countryside. Check out our quick & easy guide on how to get to Hoi An here.
Setting off from Café Zoom in Hoi An, we head out west along the banks of the Thu Bon River, first stopping at a bustling local fish market before heading into the rice paddy rich countryside and local villages, stopping to meet a local family producing local rice crackers.
(Click here for this tour from Hue to Hoi An.) We begin our Vespa Adventure as our experienced drivers bring you out of Hoi An & along the coastal road stopping at the North end of the world renown Da Nang Beach.
Then after a quick break on the suspension bridge overlooking Da Nang City & the fishing port, we head along Da Nang Bay where we stop for a local style coffee.
As the sun starts to go down, we set off through the rice paddies, passing duck farms, visit a local mat weaving family and then ride along by the prawn farms and over the river to visit a charming family home where they produce the local & potent favourite brew – rice wine.
Setting off from Café Zoom in Hoi An, we ride over the bridge to Cam Kim island and along the riverside into the beautiful rural countryside.
First stops include an Ancestral House and a traditional boatbuilders yard Zig-zag through the breathtaking scenery of rice paddies & farmland and enjoy the cooling breeze.
Starting out at our central Hoi An café, sample the delicious local street food delight that is Banh Can while watching the streets & stalls come to life and sipping a cocktail.
After the first taster, head out on the Vespas to try the famous ‘White Rose’ dumplings in town.