Hoi An reflects a fusion of foreign influenced cultures and preserved Vietnamese history. A combination of retained traditions and a staple of Vietnamese infrastructure.
Relax on a sunset boat trip along the Thu Bon River in Hoi An. The boat may stop along the shore so you can watch how the locals catch fish with traditional fishing nets as well as seeing local life on the river bank. See the city on the back of a Vespa, exploring Hoi An’s culture, local cuisine and rural life. Cycle to Tra Que village and observe local farmers working the organic fields using traditional methods that date back hundreds of years. Perhaps the most special experience is riding a water buffalo with local farmers and embarking on a lovely boat trip visiting coastal fishing villages whilst jumping into bamboo basket boat during the visit.
Cycling to Tra Que vegetable village named after a sweet-scented herbs grown here, and used to flavor Hoi An specialties like Cao Lau noodles. Observe local farmers working the organic fields using traditional methods that date back hundreds of years. Stroll around Ba Le market before winding your way to Cam Thanh village, a local fishing village with charming ocean views, many kumquat gardens and corn fields. Experience a short trip in a traditional round basket boat back to Hoi An.
A countryside ride by bicycle from the outskirts of Hoi An to village life, hop on and try riding a water buffalo with farmers. Head to visit a local bamboo handicraft place before going to Cam Thanh village and resting. We’ll embark on a boat trip to visit the coastal fishing villa in Cua Dai where we will take part in a traditional fishing activity with local fishermen. When we’re there we will hop on a Vietnamese bamboo basket boat, a great place to make very fun memories and have a great laugh. Catch some crabs with the locals and head back to enjoy lunch or dinner (depending on your time slot) at a local’s house. We will then head back to the hotel.