Hai Van Pass Adventure & LangCo Lagoon Discovery
- Take a great Journey to visit the top adventurous Passes on the world.
- Visit Hai Van tower that its history is mysterious and legendary.
- Take a great visit to oyster village to see how local fishermen take care oysters.
- Discovery the most wild and beautiful beach of Lang Co beach.
- Taste the most fresh seafood as you wish.
- Go through Hai Van tunnel that its story of building is last for ever.
- Stop by Nam O Village to see our local fishermen catch the fish by lifting net on round boat.
*What to expect:
*Hai Van Pass:
Hai Van Pass is one of the most scenic hillside roads in Vietnam. When braving the steep winding roads of a paved mountain pass, you will have a chance to discover peace,quiet and history along the way…
On the north – south nation highway, Hai Van Pass is an impressive landscape. It is like a giant dragon, lying on Highway 1 on the border between Thua Thien-Hue Province and Danang City. This is the highest pass in Vietnam (500m above sea level). This rugged pass is the final section of the Truong Son Range stretching to the sea. Hai Van means “Sea Clouds”, since the peak of the mountain is in the clouds while its foot is close to the sea. In the past, Hai Van Pass was known as the Thuan Hoa and Quang Nam frontier. In the early 14th century (11306), Che Man, a king from Cham Pa, offered two mountainous administrative units of O and Ri as engagement gifts to Princess Huyen Tran, daughter of King Tran Nhan Tong. On his way to see off the Princess in the Quang area in a Summer sunny noon, the King and his entourage were on horse back for almost half a day but could not reach the top of the pass. Facing upWards, the King saw a rampart of mountains in dim clouds, and at the foot of the pass, an immense ocean, of waves. Though sorry for his daughter’s difficult journey, the king was comforted by the closer ties between the two nations.
2.Lang Co Lagoon:
According to local people, Lang Co once was a pleasant fishing village located on the footstep of Bach Ma Mountain, which runs into the South China Sea, with flocks of white storks flying to gather and live together. When the French came here, they named the region in the map as “Lang Co”. Taking a view afar, the village looks like a strip of silk winding between Phu Gia Pass in the north and Hai Van Pass in the south. Verdant trees, crystal clear waters, especially the image of the cloud covering the mountains makes Lang Co fascinating and glamorous. Lang Co fishing village is completely embraced with one side of deep mountains, and one side of immense sky and seas. The fishing village is completely tranquil with simple-minded and hospitable fishermen.
It will be actually interesting when contemplating Lang Co afar. Lagoons in Lang Co own flat and transparent waters with the approximate area of 1,800 ha, emptying the South China Sea through An Cu lagoon. As Dai Lanh located at the foot of majestic Ca Pass, tranquil and romantic Lang Co fishing village nestling at the foot of mighty Hai Van Pass still has retained its own attraction for hundreds of years. On late autumn days, the village is immersed in musky mist. In particular, on beautiful days, Lang Co will bring tourists into the kingdom of dreamy fairytale.
In addition, it will be a deficiency if Lang Co Bay is not mentioned here. It has long been renowned as a beach with the best natural conditions and the most beautiful scenery in Vietnam. White sand stretching more than 10 km, the immense blue seawater, and the vast tropical forests, mysterious Lap An Lagoon, Lang Co strongly attracts to any tourists. Participating in Lang Co fishing village travel, tourists not only have a chance to immerse in the beautiful scenery and enjoy the ideal beach, but also enjoy a variety of delicious seafood dishes, such as blue mussels, cockles, or lampreys… Cockles in Lang Co has long been famous nationwide. Fresh oysters are brought up and baked on the brazier right at the beach for tourists, along with unique and scrumptious spices and sauces. Over all, beside famous seafoods, Lang Co also owns a rare and valuable products using for medicine, namely seahorses and abalone.
The local fishermen are open-hearted and friendly. Most of them have lived in Lang Co town for generations and have earned their living from the abundant marine resources of the lagoon. Harvesting oysters, which are proudly dubbed as “heavenly pearl” by the locals, have brought a better life for the fishermen.
The harvest and farming oysters in Lap An is rather simple. Fishermen utilise blown-out rubber tyres, which are cleaned thoroughly in order to make floating oyster cultivation cages on the lagoon. The breeders collect oysters everyday and sell them at the markets. The oysters have a rich, sweet and a little bit salty taste.
*Duration: 8 hours.
- Road fees and Hai Van tunnel.
- Cold water and cold towels.
- Professional English speaking driver.
- Tour insurance provided by tour operator(up to 50 millions vnd for medical treatment).
- Other personal expense
- Tips and gratuities (optional).
- 80USD/Sedan(2-3 guest).
- 85 USD/Mini Van(4-6 guest)
- 95 USD/Van(7-8 Guest).
|Type Of Cars||Featured Cars||Price VND|
|Sedan (Max 3 Pax )||80 USD/Car|
|MINIVAN (Max 6 Pax )||85 USD/Car|
|VAN (Max 14 Pax )||95 USD/Car|
- Can start at any time.
- No any hidden cost.
- Surcharge 10 usd/extra hour.