Chan May port to Hoian/Danang/Hue
CHAN MAY PORT TO HOIAN/DANANG/HUE
Asia Impression Travel offers private car transfer from Chan May seaport to Hue city, Danang or Hoi An Town. Please let us know your name of your cruise, time for picking up and plan where to go then we will send you our quotation in soonest via email. All our cost is included permission paper for pick up inside of the port.
On arrival at Chan May Seaport, our driver will welcome you with printed welcome board then transfer to Hue city for your exploring. Our quote below is only included private car and driver so you will pay for entrance fees, meals and drinks.
Spend your time for visiting Imperial Hue Citadel, where the Nguyen’s Dynasty ruled between 1802 and 1945. Including Flag Tower, Noon Gate, Nine Dynastic Urns, Nine Holy Cannons, Thai Hoa Palace, and Forbidden Purple City. Take boat trip on the romantically named Perfume River visits Hue’s best-known religious sites, Thien Mu Pagoda with your own cost ($10.00usd). Have lunch at local restaurant.
In the afternoon visiting the elaborate tombs of emperors Tu Duc. This guided tour gives you a deep understanding about King’s philosophy of geomancy and how this affected royal life. Back to Chan May seaport by 17:00 for continue your cruise. End trip.
From Chan May port you can also travel to Hoi An/Danang by private car. You can also stop to visit Hai Van Pass, Marble Mountains before reach to Hoi An for walking in the old town or shopping for make tailors. If you need private English speaking tour guide, extra fee is $30.00usd. Price for private car hire to Hoi An as details below:
PRICE FOR PRIVATE CAR IN USD
|4 seaters car
(Max 3 persons)
|Max – 2|
|7 seaters car
(Max 4 persons)
|Max – 3|
|16 seaters car
(Max 8 persons)
|$125.00||Ford Transit Van/
Toyota Hiace Van
|Max – 6|
Inclusions: A/C private car, English speaking driver, permission paper of seaport for pick up inside, petrol, road tolls, parking fees.
Exclusions: Boat trip, Entrance fees, English speaking guide, Personal expenses, Tip gratuities.