The tour departs at 8 a.m in the morning (or 2 p.m in the afternoondepending whether you choose the Morning or Afternoon tour). The driverwill pick you up from your hotel and he will drive you up towards the Lady Buddha, where you will haveAfter visiting the Lady Buddha and Linh Ung Pagoda you will be driven back down themountain and alongside the beautiful white sandy beach towards the Marble Mountains.Once here you will have time to fully discover and explore the mountain's many caves andhidden temples, as well as climb to the top and see the amazing views that surround you.The last stop on the trip is to the Museum of Cham Sculpture where you will learn muchabout the Ancient Champa Kingdom and the many interesting sculptures and artefactsOnce finished at the museum your driver will then transport you back to the Sofia Hotel just in time for lunch.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Lady Buddha, Da NangThe Lady Buddha pagoda faces out to theEastern Sea, to the left of her is the ChamIslands and on the right is the glorious HaiVan Pass. She is said to protect the City andthe many working fisherman when a stormhits. The Laddy Buddha is built on the SonTra Mountain and stands with great pride,visible from many directions. Her directionmarked the development of Vietnam Buddhism in the 21 st Century.Duration: 40 minutesStop At: The Marble Mountains, Da NangIn between Da Nang and the neighbouringCity of Hoi An you will find five small butincredibly interesting mountians known asthe Marble Mountains. They are eachnamed after the elements metal, wood, water,fire and earth and contain within them anetwork of caves and tunnels that visitorsare free to explore. This Half Day Tour willtake you here as well as stopping off at oneof the most famous marble workshops inVietnam, whilst here you will learn much about how skilled craftsmen create these marble masterpieces.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture, Da NangDa Nang’s Museum of Cham Sculpture was firstopened in 1919 and it contains many sculpturesrelated to the Ancient Champa Kingdom thatreigned over the country. The collection was begunby French archaeologists and experts from ÉcoleFrancaise d'Extrême-Orient(EFEO), some aretfactswere sent to Paris, others to the Vietnamese capitalHa Noi and Sai Gon (now Ho Chi Minh City).However many of the sculptures remained inTourane (or as we know it now Da Nang).Duration: 1 hour