Full Day Hoa Lu & Tam Coc: Small Group Tour & Buffet Lunch
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- Visit the ancient capital of Hoa Lu
- Visit the King Dinh and King Le temples
- Explore caves on a sampan boat
- Bike around countryside villages
DescriptionDepart Hanoi in the early morning and head to Ninh Binh province where you’ll visit the ancient capital of Hoa Lu. Later, on arrival at the Tam Coc wharf you’ll explore the caves by sampan boat. Cycle to Bich Dong before returning to Hanoi. A Vietnamese buffet is included. Detailed Itinerary 7:45 AM - 8:30 AM: Pick-up at your accommodation in Hanoi’s Old Quarter (if your hotel is located out side of Hanoi Old Quarter Area, the meeting point is at the office) 8:30 AM: Head out on the drive to Ninh Binh province 10:00 AM: Arrive at the ancient capital of Hoa Lu 10:15 AM: Visit the temples of King Dinh and King Le 11:30 AM: Arrive at Tam Coc wharf 11:45 AM: Buffet lunch featuring Vietnamese cuisine 1:00 PM: 1.5-hour Sampan boat trip through the caves and countryside landscape 3:00 PM: Return to Tam Coc wharf for a short break 3:15 PM: Bike around countryside villages (if you don't want to bike you can enjoy a cup of tea in a local restaurant or visit a local market) 4:00 PM: Shuttle leaves for Hanoi Around 6:30 PM: Arrive at your accommodation in Hanoi’s Old Quarter Be sure to bring sunglasses, sun cream, and your camera. You’ll also need shoes and short trousers for the cycling part of the tour. Please note that you will be sitting in a bamboo sampan boat for around 1.5 hours, with a local rower, on the visit to Tam Coc Cave.
IncludesPick-up and drop off at your accommodation in Hanoi’s Old Quarter Round-trip transport between Hanoi and Hoa Lu/Tam Coc All entrance tickets to sites indicated in the description Complimentary bottles of water on the bus Buffet lunch featuring Vietnamese cuisine English-speaking tour guide during the trip Biking from Tam Coc to Bich Dong Beverages Tips Personal expenses and those not clearly mentioned as included Pick-up and drop off outside Hanoi’s Old Quarter
- The tour departs daily from Hanoi's Old Quarter
- If you do not want to join the biking segment of the tour you can relax in the restaurant with a cup of coffee or visit a local market
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
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