Hoian to Hue with mountain descent and cooking class
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  Duration: 2 DAYS/1 NIGHTS STYLE: Classic Travel

Hoian to Hue with mountain descent and cooking class

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Do you like to dangle over the edge of sheer cliff faces? Love spectacular views of the Ocean and secluded beaches? If so, this adventure is for you! Our professionally trained guides will show you the ropes and prepare you for some of the exciting cliff rappels at Monkey Mountain. No previous experience necessary for this action-packed day of rappelling!

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  • Personal attention to detail by all HGH from the time of your initial enquiry through to the end of your tour
  • 24 hour support available during the tour
  • Enjoy the degree of historical and cultural information throughout your tour from our local and knowledgeable tour hosts to the degree that you and your group are interested
  • We focus on sustainable tourism by creating the very best experience for you as the tourist while supporting our local environment and local people
Itinerary Highlights
This one day trip starts right from your hotel in Hoi An or Da Nang, and heads north along the coast to Monkey Mountain. The drive takes about an hour and the walk down through the jungle into the rappelling area takes another 10 to 15 minutes through a remote forested area.
At the practice slope you’ll learn the basics of knot tying, harness wearing, hardware, and proper rappelling technique. After the guides are satisfied that you’ve got it down, you’ll head down the first of two possible rappels.
The First rappel is a short walk from the practice area and boasts a fantastic view of the ocean. This 40 meter line has great exposure, fantastic scenery and makes you feel like you are much higher than you actually are.
Our second rappel is slightly shorter but equally exhilarating, as you rope down 30 meters to the beach below. We have a picnic style lunch set up for you after both of the rappels have been completed. Sandwich fixings, fruits, vegetables and some cakes are on the menu as you enjoy the cool ocean breezes and your own secluded and private piece of paradise.
After lunch you will have some free time to swim in the crystal clear and calm waters. Please bring towels and swimming suits with you. Finally, we walk up 15 minutes to the main road to meet our vehicle which then transfers us ahead to Hue
Arrival Hue city, check in your hotel, free time at leisure and spend your stay in Hue. 
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Morning: Our guide and driver will see you at your hotel, transfer to boat landing and start “Hue full day trip with cooking class” by boat trip on Perfume River to visit Thien Mu Pagoda - one of the oldest and most beautiful pagodas in Hue. Then visit the beautiful Imperial Citadel, a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1993. Here we will see the Imperial City and Forbidden City, the home of previous Emperors. Enjoy the various palaces, ornate halls, libraries, residences, colleges, Flag Tower and Noon Gate. 

Leave away from the hustle and bustle of the city, transfer to Thanh Toan village was founded in 1741 by some military officials under King Le Thanh Tong on reclaiming the southern land of Dai Viet Kingdom. Throughout its history, the village has many of its shrines, and the ancestral houses of local families. Stop at Thanh Toan eco restaurant for welcome drink and cooking class with our chef. Learn the traditional ways of preparing and cooking Vietnamese special foods. After the lesson, enjoy what you have cooked. 

Afternoon: Visit Thanh Toan Bridge – one of the most valuable ancient bridges in Vietnam, was recognized as national heritage in 1990 and Agriculture tools museum – this is a unique community museum in Vietnam where you find a full set of farming and fishing tools together with many interesting stories of rural village life. Last top for Hue full day tour and cooking class will be Khai Dinh tomb - that may be symptomatic of the decline of Vietnamese culture during the colonial era. Unlike Hue’s other tombs, the grandiose concrete structure, built between 1920 and 1931, is a synthesis of Vietnamese and European elements. Even the stone faces of the mandarin honor guards are endowed with a mixture of both features. Tour the end at your hotel or airport. 
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