Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions is a perfect day trip for all valued cruise ship passengers who are docking in Chan May Port and want to explore all the hidden charms and beauties of Ba Na Hills & Golden Hands Bridge in 1 day. With the famous slogan “Bana Hills – the way to heaven”, the complex offers you many ways to enjoy every second here from sightseeing, exciting games, impressive daily performances and more. We guarantee a local perspective that will give you and your family a once in a lifetime experience.
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Ba Na Mountain is located in Hoa Ninh Commune, Hoa Vang District. It is about 40 km to the West of Da Nang city center. Ba Na’s tourist center is located at the peak of Mount Chua, 1489 meters above sea level. Ba Na ecotourism area attracts visitors with beautiful natural scenery. And the climate is always around 17-20 degrees Celsius. This Ba Na Hills resort was discovered by the French in the late nineteenth century. They have built many large villas, sports grounds and a range of restaurants.
The name “Ba Na” came out due to the fact that the area in front of this place is full of bananas. For nearly a century, war and time have made this place gradually desolate. Yet, since the end of the twentieth century, Ba Na Hills has been woken up with the efforts of local authorities and people there. This scenic area is being upgraded and expanded. Previously, if tourists wanted to climb to the top of Ba Na Hills, from the last parking lot, they might have to climb 282 stone steps. Now, when going on tour Da Nang, it is much easier to climb to the top of Ba Na Hills thanks to a cable car.
Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions Information
- Port of Call: Hue (Chan May), Vietnam
- Meeting Location: Hue (Chan May), Vietnam
- End Location: Hue (Chan May), Vietnam
- Duration: 07 – 9 hours
- Transportation: Private transport with well air-conditioned and seat belts
- Tour Type: Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions
- Activity Level: Moderate
- Restrictions: Your knees and shoulders must be covered all times during the tour
- Medical Concerns: Please let us know if you have any of allergy to your food
Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions Highlights
- Discover all top-rated attractions of Ba Na Hills, Da Nang
- Be guided by well-educated and professional tour guide
- Taste various delicious kinds of Da Nang cuisine
- Experience with local people, study their livelihoods and understand more Da Nang Custom & Culture
- Care for the Environment
- Be off the beaten path experiences
- The most comfortable privacy with your group or family
Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions Itinerary
At 08:00 AM Our tour guide and driver will pick you up at Chan May Port and start the Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions from Cruise Ship with Vietnam Shore Excursions. You will have a great chance to admire many beautiful landscapes and views on the way to the Ba Na Hills.
On arrival, the Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions Tour will begin by taking the cable car up to the summit. You can enjoy sightseeing and understand more about the longest nonstop cable car and highest nonstop cable car in Ba Na Hills. Then we will spend our time taking photos at the world famous the Golden Bridge, a 150-metre-long pedestrian bridge which is designed to connect the cable car station with the gardens and to provide a scenic overlook and tourist attraction.
Continuing the Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions Tour 1 Day, we will visit the flower garden Le Jardin D’amour which has many kinds of beautiful flowers and Debay Wine Cellar with different wines. After that, we will take another cable car route to reach the French Village at the height of 1138 meters for experience architecture here. Have lunch at a restaurant.
In the afternoon, we will keep doing the Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions by spending more time playing games at the Fantasy Amusement Park . Then you will take a cable car back to the foot of the mountain. Finishing the Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions from Chan May, our tour guide and driver will transfer you back to Chan May or Tien Sa Port. Say goodbye!
Inclusions: English speaking guide, Air-conditioned Transport, Cable Car, Lunch at local restaurant, Entrance fees at all tourist sites, Cold water, Wet Tissues
Exclusions: Drinks, Tips for guides and drivers, Travel Insurance, any costs not included above
Why Book Our Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions
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Quality: Experienced, reliable local guides
Convenient: Hotel pick-up with high quality transportations
Personalized: Fully customizable tour itineraries, at your own pace
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Food we serve: All kinds of food is selected carefully and safely.
How to Book Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions
It is very easy to book a Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions from Chan May Port with us. Simply send us an inquiry. Then you will reply as soon as possible with the full itinerary and the price of the tour.
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Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions Terms & Conditions
Terms & Conditions
We ask for a 30 % deposit on your receipt of our PayPal invoice for this tour. The rest of the balance you will pay at the end of your tour in cash – $USD or local currency VND at the exchange rate prevailing on the day or pay online in advance by (PayPal/ Credit, Debit Card). Your booking will be instantly confirmed with ticket booking.
Please note: We will charge an extra 3% for bank services if you pay your deposit or the total of payment via PayPal, Credit cards, Debit Card.
Deposit Cancellation Terms:
If customers cancel some or all portions of the booking regardless of the reasons, the customers agree to pay cancellation fees as follows:
- 100% deposit return – if you cancel 28 days or more before your tour date
- 50 % deposit return – if you cancel between 28 & 14 days before your tour date, unless your tour slot can be resold
- Nil deport return – if you cancel less than 14 days before your tour date, or for ‘no show’
Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions Good to Know
The port of Chan May is located halfway between two historic and important cities: Da Nang and Hue. At the height of the Vietnam War, Da Nang was America’s major strategic base. And the 1968 Tet Offensive marked a major turning point in that conflict – particularly in the bitter fighting for control of the old imperial capital. But that was nearly four decades ago. Today Hue is a World Heritage Site.
Visitors will long remember its imposing Imperial Citadel and the serene harmony of the Thien Mu Pagoda. Marble Mountain Beach, where American marines stormed ashore in 1965, is now an internationally renowned resort. The surrounding coast is lined with superb white-sand beaches. Vietnam’s major cultural attractions are within an easy drive for Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions.
Good to Know
Da Nang, Hue and Hoi An are comparatively safe, but like almost every crowded tourist area, there are pickpockets and scammers. There have been some incidents of men on motorbikes snatching purses from tourists in the crowded Central Market (a public market with lots of tables) in Hoi An. There also have been reports of pickpocketing by groups of young boys begging for money at the markets in Hue. Remember to keep handbags, shopping bags and backpacks close at hand at all times.
Keep currency and other valuables in cross-body bags that are difficult to grab or cut. While this isn’t exclusive to Vietnam, ask first before you take a photo of a colorful local. The person might expect a small fee. It’s best to set the price in advance than argue about its cost after the fact. That is the reason why you should consider when you are on Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions.
Food and Drink
The Vietnamese love seafood, but chicken, beef, pork, vegetables and fruit are common in their dishes. Their cuisine is considered very healthy and non-fattening, which might explain why most of the people are thin, despite the fact that they seem to eat all day long. Dishes are often flavored by fish sauce made of fermented anchovies and spiced with lemongrass, ginger, Vietnamese mint, coriander, Saigon cinnamon, bird’s-eye chili, lime and fresh basil leaves. The result is an enticing combination of contrasts — sweet, salty and spicy.
Pho is the Vietnamese noodle soup that is a particular favorite for breakfast, while banh mi, a stuffed local bread resembling a baguette sandwich, is a treat any time of the day. Upscale dining is often a fusion of French and Vietnamese cuisine, a favorite of foodies around the planet. To dine like a native, take rice from the large shared dish and put it in your rice bowl. Use chopsticks to pick meat and seafood from serving dishes and add to the rice. Remember, it is very bad form to stick chopsticks into the rice bowl vertically — it is the Buddhist sign of death.
In Da Nang Many local seafood restaurants are available along My Khe Beach in Da Nang. For fancy restaurants, some suggestions during your Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions are: Water Front, Bau Troi Do, The Fat Fish, …
In Hoi An, most passengers will have lunch at Brother’s Cafes during their Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions. The restaurant is in town where you enjoy scenic seating outside in the gardens or upscale comfort inside. Try the local specialty, the meat-stuffed dumpling called “white roses.” (27 Pham Boi Chau Street; (84510) 3914150; open daily 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.) Hoi An’s hip spot is the Mango Room.
Grab a street-front seat and have a Vietnamese beer. The food is good, too. The owner spent time in the U.S., and the menu has both Vietnamese and California-influenced offerings. (111 Nguyen Thai Hoc; (84510) 3910839; open daily 8 a.m. to midnight)
Culture & History of Hue/Da Nang (Chan May) Cruise Port
Da Nang’s role in Vietnamese history is primarily as a port city which rose to prominence in the 19th century. Before that, Da Nang was a relatively small village that was colonized by the French in the 17th century. In 1954, the French ceded control of the port city, and Da Nang experienced a period of substantial population growth. Today, Da Nang is beginning to come into its own as a trade center and a place where jobs in web and technology are booming, too. Da Nang’s culinary scene is remarkable yet unpretentious, so don’t expect an overly fussy dining experience. Some of the best eats are found in street markets and back streets.
Hue/Da Nang (Chan May) Cruise Port Facilities & Location
The Chan May port is about an hour from the center of Da Nang, and some travelers pass through Hoi An from there. The Da Nang cruise port is minimally equipped, but there are some basic open-air market stalls with jewelry, clothes, and other Vietnamese souvenirs available for tourists to purchase during their Ba Na Hills Shore Excursions.
Transportation in Hue/Da Nang (Chan May) Cruise Port
There are limited transportation options from the port of Chan May. The best ways to get around are to book private transportation or take one of the local taxis into the city from the Da Nang cruise port. From the Chan May port, it’ll take about an hour to get into Da Nang. Car rentals are also an option for travelers during a stop in Da Nang.
Shopping Near Hue/Da Nang (Chan May) Cruise Port
There’s not much at the cruise terminal itself in the way of shopping, but once you head into Hue, Dong Ba market is popular with locals. You can buy any goods here. Open-air markets and a walkable set of storefronts in Hue make it an easy, relaxed day of shopping.
Currency & Best Way to Get Money
The main unit of currency is the dong (VND), which comes in notes ranging from 200 to 500,000. For current currency-conversion figures, visit www.xe.com or www.oanda.com. U.S. dollars also are widely accepted. Carry plenty of ones and fives to buy bargains for souvenirs (if you use larger bills, your change may be in dongs). There are ATMs at branches of Vietcombank in Da Nang, Hue, and Hoi An.
The official language is Vietnamese, but English and French are widely spoken.