Hoian River Cruise & Foot Massage from Danang and Hoian
DURATION : 5 Hours
Trade in the town like fishing town in Hoi An via the Thu Bon River started developing from the 16th centuries. It is said that Thu Bon River in Hoi An had a larger estuary area that facilitated trade and communication. In facts, one of the main reasons is the river flows into the East China Sea, hence it enables for local people to trade and export or import goods easily.
From Hoi An old town, visitors usually explore Thu Bon river by boat or participate in an established cruise. Sitting on a boat, you will be attracted by the bustle of craft villages along the river’s bank
8:30A.M or 13 :30 P.M : we pick you up from your hotel in Hoi An or Da Nang city and then visit Cam Thanh Village. You will be Warmly welcomed by a local family of 3 generations with green tea. Then enjoy rowing a basket boat with the help of skillful local people, learning their traditional fishing techniques in the water coconut forest.
After That we bring you to Boat Station to get on local Boat to go to Thanh Ha- a pottery village. See how craftsmen making their products and enjoy the peace of the village. Next stop will be a rice paddy field to take photos with water Buffalo or you can ride on water Buffalo and learn how to keep balance on Water Buffalo.
After that pay a visit to a local family house for lunch with local Authentic Food ( Rice Pancake, Spring Rolls, Steamed Shrimp & Pork, Mackerel Barbecued Fish, Morning Glory cooked with Garlic, Steamed rice, Seasonal Fruits ) . Then you will enjoy a traditional therapeutic foot bath with medicinal herbs and massage. Tour ends.
Private Car or Minivan, Bamboo basket boat, Private Boat trip on Thu Bon River, English speaking guide, Village Entrance fees, activities of fishing, foot massage, buffalo riding. Lunch or Dinner
TOUR EXCLUDES: Drinks, Personal Expenses
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