Exploring Hoi An Countryside with Xe Om

Hoi An,Quang Nam,Vietnam

Discover the less tourist crowded countryside near Hoi An. Witness and enjoy observing the daily life of people in this rural part of Central Vietnam from the back of a motorbike.
In this tour, you will see traditional art still practised today such as ship building and mat weaving. You’ll also get to try out a local delicacy, Bánh Đập.

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Inclusion
  • Transfer and transportation as itinerary (Motorbike with Experienced Drivers)
  • Entrance fee of the ancient house
  • Bottled drinking water
  • Enjoy Banh Dap rice crackers
  • Helmet & Raincoat
  • English speaking tour guide (other languages available upon request)
Highlight
  • A fun Xe Om (motorbike taxi) ride with your experienced driver
  • Enjoy the beautiful and tranquil scenery of Hoi An countryside
  • Visit a century-old house in the area
  • Cross a 300m bamboo bridge on a motorbike
  • Visit a local market
USD per guest
You will be picked up from your hotel at Hoi An city at 8:00 a.m or 2:00 p.m. Cross over the steel bridge to Cam Kim Island where we pay a visit to the first stop: a hundred year- old Ancestral House of Mr. Huynh Ri and a traditional ship building yard. After meeting some local families you will have a chance to learn the art of mat weaving, farming, making the perfect “Bánh Đập,” a local treat and coffee roasting. Make sure you sit tight on the motorbike when crossing the 300- meter long bamboo bridge to Binh Duong Hamlet and reach the Thu Bon river mouth. The next stop is to explore Noi Rang market & Duy Hai fish market. Cross the Cua Dai Bridge where you can have a spectacular panoramic views of Hoi An as well as the napa palm forest in Cam Thanh. End of tour. You will be brought back to your hotel.

Support Local Economy

This tour program supports local livelihood by supplementing local earnings from farming activities with earnings from tourism activities. A part of this tour is taken place at a local house, where local family get direct payment from service provision.

Poverty Alleviation