Hoi An city and Countryside bike full day tour from Da Nang

Tired of the busy city of Da Nang modern city, you want to come to visit something new and unique. Let’s do Hoi An full day tour from Danang. It includes riding around Cam Kim Island and exploring the local lifestyle, historical sights and enjoy delicacies of Hoi An.

Our guide will welcome you at your hotel in Da Nang and transfer to Hoi An ferry station for your tour. In the morning, you will cycle around Hoi An countryside for enjoying stunning views of beautiful rice paddies, cute water buffalo, and friendly local people. This island is almost free of tourist and full of a chance for local culture explore. You will learn how to make rice noodle, sleeping mat…Have lunch at a local family.

cam kim island

In the afternoon, we head out for Hoi an city tour. Hoi an ancient town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century, its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site, we start our walking tour to explore the ancient city of Hoi An highlights with Phuc Kien Communal House, Tan Ky ancient commercial house, Japanese Covered Bridge, and Phung Hung Ancient Trading House.



  • Time: 8:00 AM- 4:00 PM
  • Transportation: Private car, cycling and walking
  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Group size: 10 people maximum
  • Weather condition: Tour takes place rain or shine


  • Visit Cam Kim Island
  • Cycle around the village to see rice paddies, vegetable farm, water buffaloes
  • Learn and try how to make rice paper with the local family
  • Learn how to weave sleeping mate and riding basket boat
  • Special herbal wine tasting
  • Explore Hoi an old town

hoi an city tour


  • English Speaking Guide
  • Pick up and drop off at your hotel in Da Nang center
  • Ferry fee, bicycle, donation for the local house, water
  • Lunch at local house
  • Hoi an entrance fee 120,000 VND/ 1 pax


  • Tips
  • Personal Fee

Hoi an countryside




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