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Heritage and Hills: Private Tour of Ba Na Hills and Da Nang City with Cable Car Ride, Visits to Golden Bridge, Han Market, Linh Ung and More

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Key Highlights

  • Head out for a fantastic day amidst the magical Ba Na Hills
  • Explore the hill station's inimitable French history with visits to Le Jardin gardens, wine cellars and ancient villas
  • Thrill yourself with some fun rides and games at the Fantasy Park
  • Savour an enthralling cable car ride over the Truong Son range
  • Ascend the highest peak of Vietnam, Núi Ch?a Chan
  • Marvel at the gigantic Lady Buddha statue at the stunning the Linh Ung Pagoda
  • Take a stroll along the surreal Golden Bridge and dig into the spectacular views stretching up to the South China Sea
  • Soak up the reinvigorating atmosphere and clean air at Ba Na, claimed to be the green lung of Hoi An
  • Release your inner shopaholic at the historic Han Market and pick up some unbeatable deals
  • Enjoy the spellbinding heritage and bustle of Da Nang City
  • Both printed or smartphone vouchers accepted!
  • Overview

    Treat yourself to a fantastic private tour of the pretty Bà Nà Hills as well as Da Nang City, visiting some incredibly popular locations like the Golden Beach, the Le Jardin gardens, Han Market and more.

    Our day begins with us heading to the cable car station at Ba Na Hills, a true man-made wonder, and embarking on a thrilling ride mid-air ride, letting you soak up the exquisite beauty of this magnificent ecosystem. Reaching the other side, we will start our journey through this beautiful hill station - a favorite with travelers and tourists alike, and it’s dazzling French heritage, visiting remains of pretty French villas, the old Debay Wine Cellar, the pristine manicured Le Jardin D’Amour gardens, and the stunning Linh Ung Pagoda with its ginormous Lady Buddha statue. We will then move on to visit the spectacular Golden Bridge, shimmering in the sun like a road to paradise, lined with vibrantly colored flowers and upheld by a surreal pair of stone hands that almost seem like we are being pushed up into the sky. Not to mention, the views spanning from the magical Truong Son range to the South China Sea are to die for!

    A quick yet absolutely delicious lunch later, we will arrive at the enthralling Fantasy Amusement Park at the Ba Na Hills Resort, a complete family entertainment zone. Treat yourself to some fun free games and rides (you can even buy yourself tickets for the paid ones) and have a ball of a time. Ascending the Núi Ch?a Chan is next on our itinerary, a mesmerizing hike that exposes you to the natural gem of Hoi An - a region so green and so reinvigorating, it has been nicknamed the green lung of its surrounding expanse.

    Having relished the charms of Ba Na, we will start our journey back to Da Nang where we will spend the rest of our day exploring the famous Han Market. The commercial hotspot of the city, Market dates back to the city’s French era in the 1940s and was traditionally used by locals to source slightly more expensive and imported items. Nowadays though, it is an exceptional hub to find the best bargains in the city - be it souvenirs or fresh seafood. Set your inner shopaholic free and sink into a fantastic retail therapy to end your day on a perfect note!

    About the Supplier: A passionate group of people dedicated to delivering thrilling experiences for travellers visiting H?i An and Da Nang, SeaTrek is travel company to reckon with in Vietnam. They are the only organisation to have built a fantastic sea-walking excursion as well as snorkelling and diving activities that are guaranteed to treat you to the time of your life!

  • Activity Schedule & Itinerary

    Activity Schedule

    When does it run?



    10 hours

    Start time

    8am - 6pm

    Meeting Point

    Pick up from your hotel. (Please mention your hotel name and address at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, our customer service executives will get in touch and confirm the details)

    Ending Point

    We will drop you back to your hotel.

  • Inclusions & Exclusions


    • Hotel transfer by Private Car in Hoi An (Your ride’s on us!)
    • English speaking tour guide (Language barrier? What’s that?)
    • Mineral water (Stay hydrated, stay woke!)
    • Buffet Lunch (A taste of Vietnam!)
    • Ba Na Hill Tickets (Tickets to the top!)
    • Travel Insurance  (A little safety never hurt anybody!)


    • 10% Vat
    • Body Massages,  which include:
      Steam bath: Soak in the herb of the Dao Do people
      Steam: Soak foot in fresh ginger and salt water
      Stawmbath: Lemongrass, basil, anise, grapefruit
      Continuous Massage: 60 mins
      Recover face, pack wormwood, hot rock anh hot towel
      Snack meal: A bowl of congree for the releasing cold, fruit, nutritious drinks
  • Please note

    Voucher Information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organised  activity to reconfirm.

    Children with height below 1.3 m can avail child prices on their tickets.

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