Guided tours in Da Nang

94 excursions and activities in Da Nang are offered at reasonable prices and may be booked online.

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Can Da Nang really be seen in a single day?

Whether you are looking for day trips or excursions, there are a number of ways to explore Da Nang. From the Ba Na Hills to the Marble Mountains, you will find something to do and see that is interesting. You can also stay in one of the many wonderful resorts that offer these excursions and day trips.

Son Tra Peninsula

Located in Da Nang, Son Tra Peninsula is a small elongated peninsula with beautiful beaches, a dense forest, and many places to explore. It is also home to an abundance of sea creatures. It is the perfect place for scuba diving and snorkeling, and the beaches are surrounded by gorgeous coral reefs.

The peninsula offers an incredible view of the surrounding area, as well as the city of Da Nang. Visitors can choose to take a tour of the peninsula, or they can rent a scooter and explore it on their own.

The peninsula is a good place to find rare animals, like the Red Shanked Douc, which is one of Vietnam's most endangered species. The douc is also known as the Queen of Primates.

Son Tra Peninsula

Marble Mountains

Visiting the Marble Mountains is a great way to see the natural beauty of Vietnam. It's a short trip from Hoi An, and can be done on your own. However, guided tours are available.

The Marble Mountains are a complex of five rocky limestone peaks that jut dramatically out of the ground. They were originally sacred sites for the Cham people of Vietnam. Today, they are an important religious and historical site. They are also a popular tourist attraction. Depending on the time of year, they are open from 7:00 am to 5:30 pm.

The best time to visit the Marble Mountains is during the summer months. They are a very spiritual and beautiful place. The caves are full of religious images and shrines. You can also visit Buddhist sanctuaries. You can see outstanding sculptures as well.

Marble Mountains

Ba Na Hills

Taking a trip to the Ba Na Hills in Vietnam is a great way to see the natural beauty of the country. Aside from being a beautiful place to spend the day, the park also offers many fun and games. Guests can also enjoy the mountain cable car, which is the longest in the world.

The cable car is the highest of its kind in the world, spanning 5,801 meters. It takes tourists to the top of the Ba Na range, where they can enjoy panoramic views of the entire region. If you're visiting in the winter, make sure you wear a light jacket and a rain poncho.

InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort

Located in Da Nang on the Son Tra Peninsula, the InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort offers a luxurious stay in the coastal city. The resort has won numerous important World Travel Awards. The hotel features an outdoor pool, spa and fitness facility, as well as a number of dining options. It also provides easy access to popular Danang attractions.

The resort's private beach is situated along the sparkling bay. Guests can also enjoy a private dining pavilion, which features a bar and restaurant. The resort's golf course is also on site. The golf course is designed by Scottish designer Colin Montgomerie.

During the day, guests can relax by the pool or by the beach. The resort's Lagoon Spa offers a range of luxurious treatments, including a massage with bamboo cane. The spa's therapists have over 15 years of experience.

Tombs of Khai Dinh, the Tomb of Minh Mang, and the Tomb of Tu Duc

Located on the slopes of Chau Chu mountain in Hue city, the Tombs of Khai Dinh, the Tomb of Minh Mang, and the Tomb of Tu Duc are the final emperor mausoleums in Vietnam. These tombs are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. During the last Nguyen dynasty, these tombs were constructed with lavish opulence. They are a reflection of the Nguyen family's style of ruling.

Emperor Khai Dinh was the second-to-last Nguyen emperor. He ruled the country for nine years from 1916 to 1925. He was an advocate of Western culture. His tomb is a blend of traditional Vietnamese architecture and modern features. The tomb is adorned with colorful ceramic mosaics and the largest dragon sculptures in Vietnam. The tomb is a work of art that has captivated many artists and architects.

My Son

Located close to the ancient city of Hoi An, Da Nang is a vibrant city in Vietnam. The coastal city offers numerous day trips to its many attractions. Whether you're looking for a motorbike tour along the Han River, a visit to the infamous Japanese covered bridge, or a trip to the French villas, there's something for everyone.

My Son is a UNESCO-listed site that was once the center of the Hindu religious fad in Southeast Asia. It's a complex of temples, shrines, and auxiliary buildings that were used to worship Shiva. It was also a ceremonial offering site for the Cham royal family.

The most beautiful places in Da Nang

Located on the southeast coast of Vietnam, Da Nang is known for its sandy beaches, the history of being a French colonial port, and the city's inland Bà Nà hills. The city also offers a variety of places to see, including a number of churches and cathedrals, as well as hot springs and beaches.

Danang Cathedral

Located in Da Nang, Danang Cathedral is the most popular Catholic church in the city. It was constructed during the French colonial era. It has a unique and impressive appearance. The dome is shaped like a diamond and the exterior is candy pink. This building is known for its Gothique architectural style.

Aside from being a great religious site, the Cathedral is also an important tourist spot. Its location on a busy street is a major draw. The church attracts both local and foreign customers. It offers services in various languages. It also has paintings and biblical illustrations. The architecture of the building stands out against typical Vietnamese designs.

Marble Mountains

Among the most beautiful places in Da Nang are the Marble Mountains. This area of limestone, located about 8 km south of Da Nang city, is a popular destination for tourists. In this article, Vietnamdrive will introduce the Marble Mountains and share its experience.

Marble Mountain is a group of five limestone mountains, each of them with unique caves. It's a place where visitors can appreciate the beauty of nature, historical value and spiritual values. It's also a place where the locals have sculpted stones using their hands. It's a sacred and holy place, especially for Buddhist followers.

There are various temples in Marble Mountains, including Tam Thai Pagoda. This temple is very old and has undergone a lot of repairs due to wars and natural disasters. It's a place where you can pray for health, luck and peace.

Thap Van Dong Beach

Whether you want to go surfing or to relax, Pham Van Dong Beach is one of the best places to visit in Da Nang. This pristine beach is home to blue sea and soft, smooth white sands. It is located in Phuoc My Ward, Son Tra district, Da Nang city.

With its feng shui location, Pham Van Dong Beach is one the most popular beaches in Da Nang. The area is well-served by hotels, restaurants, resorts, and other facilities. The sand is soft, and the beach is surrounded by mountains and rivers. The beach is always crowded, but it provides an ideal space for tourists to relax and enjoy their time.

Thanh Binh Beach

Located in Hai Chau District, Da Nang City, Thanh Binh Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Da Nang. This white sand beach has a gentle wave and is ideal for swimming and water sports. It is also a popular spot for locals to relax. It is very close to the city centre.

The beach is approximately 1 km long and has a calm, smooth surface. It is located at the foot of the Marble Mountains. There are several restaurants along the beach.

The best time to visit this beautiful beach is during the morning or afternoon. The waves are very calm throughout the year and are perfect for surfing. The beach is surrounded by a variety of resorts, including a number of five-star hotels.

Bai Da Den

Located in southern Danang, Bai But is a beautiful beach with a pristine white sand. The beach is surrounded by beautiful mountains and is dotted with villas. The beach is ideal for picnics. It also offers water sports such as swimming, windsurfing, diving, and more. There is a great chance to see rare coral species on the beach.

The Son Tra Peninsula is a popular destination in Da Nang. It is known as the "green lung" of the city. It is a rugged looking area with many small and interesting sights to explore.

The peninsula is home to several attractive destinations including Black Stone Beach and Mui Nghe. It is also a great place for snorkeling and fishing. You can also explore the flora and fauna that inhabits the region.

Hot Springs Park

Besides its stunning natural scenery, Phuoc Nhon Hot Spring is one of the most interesting tourist sites in Da Nang. The hot spring offers a relaxing effect for your body. It also serves a number of services, such as rehabilitation, physiotherapy massage and an aromatherapy spa.

Another beautiful place in Da Nang is the Cham Sculpture Museum. It exhibits about 300 original sculptures. It is located at the foot of Dragon Bridge. The museum is also the center of research about the culture of the Champa people.

Another beautiful place in Da Nang that is worth visiting is the Hoa Phu Thanh Tourist Area. This area covers three kilometers of rivers and streams. It is a good spot for fishing and other sports activities. Its main attractions include a cable car that takes tourists up to the top of the mountain.

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