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Da Nang to Phong Nha by private car

How to go to Phong Nha from Da Nang

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Private car transfer from Da Nang to Phong Nha

You are in Da Nang now? You wanna book a car transfer from Da Nang to Phong Nha? But you also want to take an interesting trip to visit some historical stops on the route? Da Nang to Phong Nha by private car will be a good choice for you. Just let’s our team to help you.

We offer you private transfer service from Da Nang to Phong Nha with a basic english speaking driver. Our driver is good driving skills and over 5 years experience. Your safety and enjoyment are absolutely making our top priorities.

Da Nang to Phong Nha by car

Da Nang to Phong Nha by car

If you have time and would like to stop as much as destinations on the route, please start your trip in the morning. In the morning, our driver will pick you up from the hotel in Da Nang and start the trip to Phong Nha. Not need to tell more how wonderful Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park being. Let’s go ahead for your great experiences.

Hai Van Pass - Sea Cloudy Pass

Hai Van Pass – Sea Cloudy Pass

Along the way from Da Nang to Phong Nha, you will have the opportunity to visit some famous tourist destinations. Between Da Nang and Hue, there is Hai Van Pass – an interesting place to stop. Hai Van Pass is an approximately 21 km long mountain pass on National Route 1A in Vietnam. 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.

Perfume River - Truong Tien Bridge

Perfume River – Truong Tien Bridge

Leaving Hai Van Pass, we will reach the Hue city. “Poetic Hue, dreamy and romantic Hue, Hue – city of two World Heritages…” are the ever names people call Hue city – the latest imperial capital of Vietnam under Nguyen dynasty (from the 17th to 19th century).  No one who has come to Hue could ignore its ancient beauty and romance. If you have chance to take a cruise along the Perfume River, have some special cuisine, and listen to Nha Nhac Royal Music, you can feel the actual picturesque view of this natural classical mysterious city!

La Vang Church

La Vang Church

Next stop is La Vang Church. The church is highlighted by the Shrine of Our Lady of La Vang (Mother Maria). The legend has it that Christians sought refuge in the rainforests of La Vang in Quang Tri Province Vietnam, and many became very ill. Whilst hiding in the jungle, the community gathered every night at the foot of a tree to pray the rosary and one night in 1798, in the branches of the tree a lady appeared, wearing the traditional Vietnamese ao dai (long dress) and holding a child in her arms, with two angels beside her.

Hien Luong Bridge - Ben Hai River

Hien Luong Bridge – Ben Hai River

Another place you can stop on the way is Hien Luong Bridge. Hien Luong Bridge across the Ben Hai river that formed part of the border between North and South Vietnam from 1954 until reunification and was thus a crucial spot in the DMZ. Today it is maintained as a major national monument for the reunification of Vietnam at the end of the Vietnam War. And there’s also a museum, propaganda war remnants and two memorials.

Vinh Moc Tunnel

Vinh Moc Tunnel

Before reaching Phong Nha, you can choose to stop at Vinh Moc Tunnels are the underground miniaturized village. This is the largest historical tunnel in the DMZ of Vietnam. Deep beneath the dark earth, hidden from screeching bombers and harbouring desperate soldiers, the people of Vinh Linh, Quang Tri lived for many years in the now famous Vinh Moc Tunnel. If you would like to stop here, surcharge is 10 usd/car.

Keeping up your journey, we will transfer you to the hotel in Phong Nha. Our driver will get your money and end of service.

NOTE:

Duration: 7.5 hours

Price: 140 USD/4 seats car (sedan); 160 USD/ 7 seats car (SUV); 180 USD/ 16 seats car (van)

Inclusive: A/C private car, English speaking driver, mineral water

Exclusive: Entrance fees, food and drinks, personal expenses, tips

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