Hue private tours

Imperial Hue citadel by night

Imperial Hue citadel by night

Hue has chosen to be the capital city of the Southern Kingdom by all Nguyen Lords and officially became the capital under Tay Son’reign. For approximately 400 years, Hue has become a great landscape and architectural site. Hue’ royal complex has been officially recognized by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Situated on the Northern bank of the Perfume River, with an area of 500 ha and a system of three circles of ramparts, namely from outside to inside: Kinh Thanh (Capital Citadel), Hoang Thanh (Royal Citadel) and Tu Cam Thanh (Forbidden Citadel).

Thien Mu Pagoda

Thien Mu Pagoda

1. Imperial Forbidden Citadel & Thien Mu – Heaven Lady Pagoda half day tour
As on arrival in Hue city by private transfer from Hoi An. Spend your half day for Hue city tour to learn about Vietnam History especially about the Nguyen’s Dynasty is highly recommended by Hue Locals. This short trip brings you to the “must-see” sites in Hue: the Forbidden Citadel, home to the Nguyen Emperors of Vietnam from the 18th century until 1945 and the Thien Mu Pagoda, one of the best know Buddhist sites in the city. More details…

Hue Royal Tombs-Tu Duc Tomb

Hue Royal Tombs-Tu Duc Tomb

2. Hue royal tombs half day
South of Hue, there are eight splendid royal tombs of the Nguyen Emperors, situated among the hills on the banks of the Perfume River. Often designed while the emperor was still alive, each mausoleum was built to serve as a palace for the afterlife. Among them, the Tomb of Emperor Tu Duc, with its lotus-filled lake and central pavilion and the simple and serene Tomb of Khai Dinh are the most interesting.  More details…

Thanh Toan tile-roofed Bridge

Thanh Toan tile-roofed Bridge

3. Hue countryside half day tour
Leaving the center of Hue and its historic buildings for a bicycle ride through the rice plantations and the bucolic Vietnamese countryside to the Thanh Toan Village, located eight kilometers away. The village shelters a covered bridge dating back more than two centuries; offered to the villagers by the wife of a high ranking Mandarin. Continue along the river with its banks dotted with temples. At the edge of the river banks the mothers wash their linen while their children are biking back home from school, many who will be astonished to see Westerners lost in this corner of countryside. More details…

Truong Tien Bridge by night

Truong Tien Bridge by night

4. Dinner Cruise on Perfumer River
Spending your time on dragon boat on Perfume River with the Hue sunset  then enjoying  your dinner with Hue  traditional local food and see Hue by night is a must thing to do in Hue city after a long day trip. More details…

Dragon boat trip

Dragon boat trip

5. Boat trip & bicycle on Perfume River
Get a closer look into the history and culture of Hue. We cruise to visit the Thien Mu Pagoda, one of the best know religious sites in the city. Then cycle to Phu Mong, take in a traditional garden house and craft houses, enjoy a serene life here. More details…

Khai Dinh Tomb

Khai Dinh Tomb

 6. Hue highlights 1 day tour
Hue was once the Imperial capital and now listed as a World heritage site. Sitting on the banks of the delightful Perfume River you will find amazing citadels, fabulous palaces and royal tombs. Many of the sites can be reached by river and this makes an excellent way to see the city. More details

Hue DMZ tour

Hue DMZ tour

7. Hue DMZ tour (Vietnamese Demilitarized Zone)
The DMZ  lay at the 17th parallel and was created by an agreement known as the Geneva Agreement. In reality, the DMZ extended 10 km on either side of the Ben Hai River and ran west to east from the Laotian border to the South China Sea. The DMZ was breached by the North Vietnamese Army  when they constructed the Ho Chi Minh Trail that allowed for the transport of troops and supplies to the National Liberation Front in the south. The U.S, in an attempt to stop the flow of troops and supplies, built a series of fire bases including Camp Carroll, Fuller, The Rockpile, Con Tien, Vandergrift, Khe Sanh Combat Base, Lang Vei Special Forces Camp…. along Route 9, about six miles south of and parallel to the DMZ. That series of bases became known as the “McNamara Line,” so named for Robert S. McNamara”, then U.S. secretary of defence. Some of the war’s fiercest fighting and bloodiest battles occurred along that line. Such areas as Khe Sanh, Con Tien, Hamburger Hill… are forever etched into the minds of the soldiers who fought there and survived. More details…

Phong Nha cave

Phong Nha cave

8. Phong Nha cave 1 day tour
Phong Nha Caves are the complex of 14 grottoes situated in a region of limestone mountains in Ke Bang National Park. Phong Nha Cave have a total length of 7,729 m. Phong Nha Cave was listed as a World Natural Heritage Site in July of 2003 by Unesco. The Cham People has used Phong Nha Cave as Buddhist sanctuaries in the 9 and 10 centuries. Visit the cave, you will have a chance to explore the remain of Cham altars and inscriptions inside the cave. More details…

Padaside-Cave

Padaside-Cave

9. Paradise cave 1 day tour
Known as the Palace in the mountains – After exploring the subtle beauty of stalactites block but like the natural gift. Learn the special value of the one of a kind Heaven – Car and tour guide to your guests to visit eco-tourism zone Springs Trailer – Created by underground rivers in the mountains melted, mixed into the scene of the beautiful native forests – Arrive to the departure of Ho Chi Minh to Hue. More details…

Bach Ma National Park – Hue city – Vietnam

Bach Ma National Park – Hue city – Vietnam

10. Bach Ma national park 1 day tour
Bach Ma National Park is located in central. The national park covers an area of 22,031 ha and was created in 1991 to protect the centre of the last corridor of forest stretching from the South China Sea to the border with Lao PDR. With steep mountains and dense forests this area is home to a wide variety of animals and plants. More details…

Hue countryside-Thanh Toan village

Hue countryside-Thanh Toan village

11. Hue handicraft villages 1 day bicycle tour
Besides those well-known tourist sites as royal citadel, tombs, Hue is definitely a peaceful and wonderful country side where lots of Traditional can be found those nearby villages. One day cycling to discover the peacefulness of local life and enjoy some fresh breathing is a must do. More details…

Hue citadel at night

Hue citadel at night

12. Hue sunrise on Perfume River
Like mystic offering incense, the river gathers the fragrance of a medicinal plant (Grass leaved Sweet flag Rhizome) abundant along its course. Flowing tranquilly past the tombs of the Nguyen emperors and the citadel, it journeys through humbler regions before finally reaching the Tam Giang Lagoon, the largest lagoon in South-East Asia. Cruising on the river through the city and countryside of Hue, offers the traveler a unique perspective and experience of Vietnam’s old imperial city and the lives of its people; an especially beautiful and peaceful experience at the break of dawn… a wonderful way to begin a perfect morning. More details…

 Hue motorbike tour

Hue motorbike tour

13. Hue discovery on motorbike
Hue was once the Capital of Vietnam and its now known as the Cultural Capital. The many Historical Monuments in Hue have make it a UNESCO World Heritage site, so a visit to Vietnam would not be complete without spending some time in this great Ancient City, and there is no better way to see its sites than taking a Hue City Tour by Motorbike with Hue Riders. More details…

Tam Giang Lagooon

Tam Giang Lagooon

14.Tam giang lagoon
Tam Giang Lagoon is a new destination in Hue city for travelers who appreciate fantastic natural scenes and love to hunt for wonderful landscape photos. This half day boat trip on the lagoon will bring you magnificent moments of local fisherman’s life, floating fishing market and beautiful sunset. More details…

Ba Na Hills

Ba Na Hills

15. Hue Ba Na day trip
Ba Na is located 1,480 meters above sea level, in the Truong Son mountain range, two hours by road from Danang. Ba Na is home to a former French resort built in the early 1920s, which once boasted 200 villas, restaurants, and clubs. Its temperate climate, unspoiled forest, and spectacular views over the South China Sea and the Lao mountain range made Ba Na a popular place to retreat for the French and wealthy Vietnamese. Today the area still attract locals and tourists alike, however a four-wheel drive is required to reach Ba Na as the roads are rough. You would not be sorry for the effort taken to get to this tranquil part of Vietnam. More details…

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