Hue Tourist now offers a package that seeks to bring tourists to Vietnam to visit the most sought-after designations in the central of the country.
The “Central Heritage Road” takes travelers through several caves in the celebrated Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park and stops in at Hue’s former citadel for court music and traditional delicacies.
It continues on, to the quaint seaside town of Hoi An and the My Son Sanctuary–a collection of Cham ruins set in a lush jungle.
Tourists can also discover other attractions along the route such as the Ba Na Hills, a Cham island famous for fresh, cheap seafood off the coast of Hoi An, the vast Tam Giang lagoon in Hue, and beautiful beaches such as Cua Dai, Non Nuoc, Lang Co or Nhat Le.
The four day package is available to groups for around US$150 per person–a price that goes down depending on the size of the group.
Meals, hotel rooms and insurance are included.There are also special prices for children.
As part of the province’s initiative to boost Hue tourism, the company launched several three-day city tours for VND1,999,000 per person.
Each trip takes customers to the Sinh traditional painting village, where artisans create elaborate images using wood blocks.
Other tours include sojourns to the local hot springs and the Bach Ma mountain range.