We offer a comprehensive range of current model transport for hire as well as transfers to and from the Danang airport and train station.
Transfers before 6am and after 9pm are an additional 50,000 VND per transfer.Book Now
We offer a range of private transport options to visit a number of local attractions:
TRANSFERS FROM HOI AN TO DA NANG.
Hoi An to Da Nang – visiting the Marble Mountain in Da Nang (18 Km)
Situated between Danang and Hoi An, and close to Non Nuoc Beach, the Marble Mountains as named by King Minh Mang in the early 19th century, include five mountains which were named in accordance with the 5 respective natural elements: metal, wood, water, fire and earth.
From Hoi An you can reach there in about 30 minutes. The price of the entrance to the Marble Mountains is 40,000 VND, this gives you access to the Thuy Son mountain (the mountain of water)
Entrance to the Am Phu cave is 20,000 VND, with an additional 30,000 vnd for a return ride on the elevator.
The rest of the Marble Mountains can be accessed for free.
Danang-Marble Mountains are open daily from 7.00 am to 5 .00 pm.
Hoi An to Da Nang – visiting Danang Museum of Cham Sculpture (27km)
Built in 1915 with the financial support of the French Far-East Research Institute in Vietnam, the museum houses a collection of approximately 300 sculptures and artifacts collected from Cham temples and towers throughout central Vietnam.
It takes about 45 minutes to get there. Entrance to the museum is 60,000 VND, with free guides available for groups of five or more. The museum is open every day from 7.00am to 5.30pm .
TRANSFERS FROM HOI AN TO HUE.
Established as the capital of a unified Viet Nam in 1802, Hué was not only the political but also the cultural and religious centre under the Nguyen dynasty until 1945.
Situated on the Northern bank of the Perfume River, the Forbidden City, with an area of 500 ha and a system of three circles of ramparts, named from the outside in: Kinh Thanh (Capital Citadel), Hoang Thanh (Royal Citadel) and Tu Cam Thanh (Forbidden Citadel).
From Hoi An to Hue is 145km and takes approximately 3 hours non stop by private car to reach.
We offer two transfer options an Express or a Scenic. (both options include driver only – there is no tour guide)
EXPRESS: There is one stop on this transfer. It is at the top of the Hai Van Pass for a 15 minute coffee break and picture opportunity of the stunning views back to Danang and ahead to Lang Co Bay.
PRICES ( coffee not included )
SCENIC: This option allows you to do some sight seeing along the way, with a lunch option at Lang Co Bay.
In addition to the EXPRESS prices above :
You can add on options to create your own itinerary.
TRANSFER FROM HOI AN TO MY SON
Surrounded by mountain ranges, My Son is a cluster of Hindu temples and is Known as the “Valley of Kings”
My Son was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1999.
Between the 4th and 13th centuries a unique culture owing its spiritual origins to Indian Hinduism, developed on the coast of contemporary Viet Nam. This is graphically illustrated by the remains of a series of impressive tower-temples located in a dramatic site that was the religious and political capital of the Champa Kingdom for most of its existence.
The distance from Hoi An to My Son is 50 kilometers and will take about an hour each way by car or jeep. If you choose to return by boat this is a 3 hour journey. The entrance fee into My Son is 150,000vnd per pax, which includes, entrance into the My Son Gallery Museum, traditonal dance performances ( exc Monday ) and a 2 km electric vehicle transfer from the entrance to the actual ruins.
OPENING / CLOSING TIME:
Open: from Monday to Sunday (including holidays, New Year, etc.)
In summer: 5.30am – 17.00pm May – Sept
In winter: 6.00am- 17.00pm Oct – April.
1./ By car and return by boat:
2./ By Jeep and return by boat (from Thanh Ha dock):
Note: A jeep can carry only 2 people with a guide and a driver.
The price exclude entrace fee at Thanh Ha 35,000 VND/ticket/people.Book Now
All above transfers can be booked on our website or by contacting reception.