SHARED BIKE: ( You ride with your tour guide)
40$/ person for a solo passenger
35$ person/day for group of 2,3,4
SELF-RIDERS: ( Minimum 2 people, you ride a bike yourself and go with one of our experienced drivers. Solo person, please contact us! )
35$ person/day for group of 2 ( If you share one bike )
40$ person/day for group of 2
35$ person/day for group of 3
30$ person/day for group of 4
Flexible rates on larger groups
Available by car, please contact us for the best price offer!
Motorcycles: Honda XR 150cc, Honda RR & Fortune 150 & 125cc or Full automatic
Petrol, oil and maintenance
English-speaking tour guide
Hotel pick-up and return
All entrance fees
Lunch with: Local foods
Drinks: Coffee and mineral water
Helmets: Full face and open face
Rain poncho if needed
Other expenses which is not mentioned above
CITY & COUNTRYSIDE is a real cultural tour which takes you to a selection of uniquely Vietnamese attractions including visits to see villagers making traditional hand-make products, The Institute of Oceanography, Long Son Pagoda, Nha Trang Cathedral, Wooden Bridge, Ancient House, La Lo Pagoda and Ponagar Cham Towers.
We will pick you up from your hotel in the morning to visit The Institute of Oceanography, which was established in 1923, and was one of the first centers for scientific research in Indochina. Visitors have the opportunity to visit the Marine Creature Museum which displaysmore than 80.000 sea and freshwater specimens.
After that, we will continue to visit Long Son Pagoda, a pagoda that was founded in the late 19th century and then renovated in 1940. Located on Trai Thuy hill, it is the largest pagoda in Nha Trang. Every year, tens of thousands of tourists visit the pagoda to see and praise the 79 feet tall White Buddha statue, Kim Than Phat To, and many other architectural features that the pagoda has to offer.
Next, we will visit the Mat Weaving Village. How different our bed mats are from what you sleep on back home! View the material and weaving process. This mat is popular with most people in tropical weather. Two people working together will weave just four mats in a day, which will be taken to the local market and traded for food and other essentials. Tourists can try their hand at a little weaving themselves. A small mat is your present, as well. Next stop is Wooden Bridge. You will go across the river on a wooden bridge made by the local people.
We then continue our NHA TRANG CITY & COUNTRYSIDE Tour to visit a Rice Paper Making factory;
One of the most popular foods in Viet Nam is made from rice steamed and processed into round pieces, dried in the sun on bamboo brackets, and then offered for sale in the inns and shops locally, and commonly used to wrap the famous Vietnamese rice-paper rolls and Vietnamese spring rolls and then Nha Trang Cathedral ( Built by French between 1928 and 1932 ). The Ancient House and La Lo Pagoda are the next visiting ( Enjoy some fresh fruit from here ).
From there, we will travel to see the Palm-Leaf Conical Hat (Non La) being made, which is a traditional symbol of Vietnamese people, having no regard to age, sex or racial distinctions. Like many other traditional costumes of Vietnam, Non La has its own origin. The image of Non la has become strongly associated with the lives of peasants from the paddy fields, both men and women. Non La can serve numerous uses such as shade from the sun, a basket for women going to market, a fan for a ploughman in hot summer days, or even a keepsake to remember. The image of a young lady wearing Non La and Ao Dai is a beautiful symbol of Vietnam. Non La is also an object which, as part of the national spirit, closely links Vietnamese people, so many travellers enjoy taking a Non La as a special souvenir from Vietnam. Intricate manual work by women is accomplished here, and it would also be a great gift for your friends when you get home. Have lunch at a local restaurant.
PONAGAR CHAM TOWERS: These Cham Towers were built during 7th century to honor the goddess Ponagar who was considered to be the mother of mothers, the goddess of the country, and who came to be identified with the Hindu goddesses Bhagavati and Mahishasuramardini. The local Buddhists of Nha Trang use this place for prayers and worship, and there are many lit incense giving the place an interesting architecture filled with stunning colors. From the towers you will see the panoramic views of the river meeting the bluesea. Return to your hotel. Tour end