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Hoi An to Son Tra Peninsula

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Da Nang, Vietnam

  • Activities

    Car Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $60 USD per trip
  • Duration

    Half Day/Full Day

  • Avg Distance

    50 km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily

  • Starting Location

    Hotel pick up and drop off

  • Price Includes

    Inclusions: A/C private car, English speaking driver, petrol, road tolls & parking fee.

  • Notes

    Exclusions: Visiting entrance fees, food & beverage, personal expenses, meals.

Highlights

  • Linh Ung Pagoda – known as Lady Buddha Statue Pagoda – the highest pagoda in Danang city in both scale and architectural art.
  • The eight hundred years old Banyan Tree – a Vietnam heritage tree
  • Chessboard Peak – which is 693 meters above sea level.
  • Ban Co peak, Rada Station for taking photo and take an overview of Danang beach city from the mountain.
  • We are a young team, informative, experienced in driving, helpful and well-trained. Our drivers receive excellent training, and speak English.

Guide

Trip Info

Renting a private taxi for a car tour from Hoi An to Danang to visit Son Tra Peninsula or Marble Mountains is a new highlight in Danang City.

Situated at the entrance of Danang harbour, Son Tra Peninsula is an ideal site of beaches, historical remains, original forest, rare bird and animal species. Therefore, it is a place which tourists simply cannot afford to miss during their time in Central Vietnam. It takes about 50 minutes (~ 50 km) from Hoi An old town, 20 minutes (~12 km) from Danang city and 2,5 hours (~107 km) from Hue city to Son Tra by private taxi. Book private taxi with us, you can travel to Son Tra more conveniently, more comfortably, and with your style.

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