Excursions & Tours

About Danang/Hue

Private Ancient Village & Hue City Tour

Price: Starting at $78.47/person
Visit a traditional village with century-old houses as well as the Emperors' Imperial Citadel and Forbidden Purple City with this private tour of Phuoc Tich and Hue.
Excursion Size: Private
Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic
Food/Beverage: Lunch, Bottled Water Included
Activity Level: Easy
Excursion Duration: 8 Hours

Private Dragon Boat Cooking Class and Hue Tour

Price: Starting at $127.70/person
Channel your inner Gordon Ramsey with this fun, easy dragon boat cooking class. Conclude your experience with a visit to the Imperial Citadel and Forbidden Purple City.
5 Stars1 Review
Excursion Size: Private
Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic, Water/Beach, Cuisine
Food/Beverage: Lunch, Bottled Water Included
Activity Level: Easy
Excursion Duration: 8 Hours

Private Old Citadel of Hue Tour

Price: Starting at $83.09/person
Enjoy the highlights of Hue with a journey along the Perfume River to visit a beautiful historical pagoda. Explore the Imperial Citadel and the Royal Tombs for a glimpse into the past and savor local specialties in a beautiful unique garden house.
5 Stars2 Reviews
Excursion Size: Private
Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic
Food/Beverage: Lunch, Bottled Water Included
Activity Level: Easy
Excursion Duration: 8 Hours

Private River Cruise and Tombs Tour

Price: Starting at $81.54/person
Get a glimpse of Nguyen Dynasty life with this incredible tour of the Imperial Citadel, Forbidden Purple City and the Royal Tomb of Emperor Tu Duc.
5 Stars1 Review
Excursion Size: Private
Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic, Water/Beach
Food/Beverage: Lunch, Bottled Water Included
Activity Level: Easy
Excursion Duration: 8 Hours

Danang/Hue Excursions

Da Nang is a coastal city in central Vietnam known for its sandy beaches and history as a French colonial port. It's a popular base for visiting the inland Bà Nà hills, located to the west of the city. Here the Hải Vân Pass has views of Da Nang Bay and the Marble Mountains, 5 limestone outcrops that are home to pagodas and caves containing Buddhist shrines. Nowhere in Vietnam is changing as fast as Danang. For decades it had a reputation as a provincial backwater, but big changes are ongoing. Stroll along the Han riverfront and you'll find gleaming new modernist hotels, and apartments and restaurants are emerging. Spectacular new bridges now span the Han river, and in the north of the city, the landmark new D-City is rising from the flatlands.