The ancient village of Phuoc Tich is surrounded by O Lau River, bordering with Quang Tri Province and around 40 km north of Hue city. It is considered an untouched and valuable ancient village, not only in Central Vietnam but the whole country as well. It remains 27 “Nha Ruong” (Hue’s old styled houses) and gardens, 12 of which own architecturally and aesthetically special values ...
|Day 1: HUE - PHUOC TICH VILLAGE|
Morning: Depart to Phuoc Tich. The ancient village of Phuoc Tich is surrounded by O Lau River, bordering with Quang Tri Province and around 40 km north of Hue city. It is considered an untouched and valuable ancient village, not only in Central Vietnam but the whole country as well. It remains 27 “Nha Ruong” (Hue’s old styled houses) and gardens, 12 of which own architecturally and aesthetically special values. Visit Phuoc Tich Ancient Village, some typical ancient houses, local people, a pottery workshop, learn bout the manufacturing process of pottery items by local artisans. Have lunch at a villager’s house.
Afternoon: Take a boat ride on O Lau River and admire the village’s landscape. Then wander around the village (on foot or by bike), see some adaily activities of locals such as noodle, jam and confectionary making etc. Have dinner with local dishes prepared by local people. Overnight stay at ancient houses in the village.
|Day 2: PHUOC TICH VILLAGE - MY THANH VILLAGE - TAMGIANG LAGOON - HUE|
Morning: Depart Hue to Quang Dien. Quang Dien is a district north of Thua Thien Hue Province, around 15 km far from the city centre, borders with South China Sea in the north east. It has a total coastline of 12 km with many stunning beaches, and its Tam Giang Lagoon has the largest area of more than 3.500 ha in the province. Walk around in Ngu My Thanh Village, one of the typical fishing villages of the District, and discover daily life and fishing activities of villagers. Then learn about the making of fish nets by local women in the village. Tourists can join activities of a floating market (people trade in seafood on boats) in early morning in Ngu My Thanh Village (Tourists have to get up early and depart at Phuoc Tich at 5 am). Take a boat ride across the lagoon, visit aquaculture premises, observe and participate in some fishing activities together with fishermen. Cross Tam Giang Lagoon at Vinh Tu Wharf, have a rest and go swimming in Tan My beach by motorcycles. Stop for a while to visit an area of tombs in Quang Ngan Commune, one of the spirit cultural features of local people. Have lunch of seafood caught at Tam Giang Lagoon.
Afternoon: Continue to discover daily life of rural people in nearby handicraft villages (bamboo weaving and conical hat making etc) and some agricultural activities (rice and vegetable cultivation) Go back to Hue and finish the journey.
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|Note: - Tourists need to be equipped with sports shoes, hats and sun-glasses, rain-coats, and anti-mosquitoes. - Tours can also be made on request to meet your requirements, including day tours.|
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|Inclusion: bus, boat, transport, tour guide and meals. Local Home stay.|