Best of Nha Trang Shore Excursion from Cau Da Port


Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa, Việt Nam

94.05 USD

2 - 15

10 hrs


in Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa, Việt Nam
From $94.05 USD
per person

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Overview
  • Being one of 29 most beautiful bays in the world, Nha Trang is a popular destination among beach lovers. Joining our Nha Trang day tours, tourists are ensured to get a full look at beauty of the most outstanding landscapes, enjoy the fresh seafood dishes and observe the peaceful but dynamic life of the locals.

    Nha Trang is with no doubt one of the most favorite tourist destinations in Vietnam. This beach city has been very famous for its fantastic natural scenery of mountains, beaches and islands combined. Moreover, it is home to many historical sites such as Bao Dai villa, Long Son Pagoda and Thap Ba Ponaga Tower and temple. Don't miss this Nha Trang city tour to explore this beautiful land and get wonderful memories!

Location
  • Around:
    • Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa, Việt Nam
    • Nha Trang, Nha Trang, Vietnam
    • 2 Thang 4 Road
    • Nha Trang, Nha Trang, Vietnam
    • Vĩnh Phước
    • Nha Trang, Nha Trang, Vietnam
  • Pickup: Cầu Đá, Vĩnh Nguyên, Tp. Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa, Vietnam

    Traveler pickup is offered

    Ports

    • Cau Da Port
    • Nha Trang Cruise Port



Categories
  • Artsy Cultural Tours
  • Food Market Tours
  • Luxury category Luxury Tours
  • Unusual category Private Sightseeing Tours
  • Boat icon Ports of Call Tours
  • Landmarks category Bus & Minivan Tours

Time of Tour
  • Departure at: Flexible
  • Duration: 10 hrs

Additional
  • Price per person: $94.05
  • Size: 2 - 15 people
  • Discount: 0%
  • Languages:

Inclusion
  • Professional Tour Guide.
    Port pickup and drop-off.
    Vietnamese Cuisine Lunch.
    Private, Customized and Flexible Tour.
    All Fees and Taxes.
    Bottled water.
    Entry/Admission - Hon Chong.
    Entry/Admission - Po Nagar Cham Towers.
    Entry/Admission - Long Son Pagoda.
    Entry/Admission - XQ Hand Embroidery

Exclusion
  • Personal Expenses

Cancellation
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience

Best of Nha Trang Shore Excursion from Cau Da Port

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Hon Chong, Vinh Phuoc, Nha Trang 650000 Vietnam

Hon Chong is amazed with the beauty of massive rocks with many shapes and stacked each other. Hon Chong is a big rock that has the traces of the giant hand in a legend and Hon Vo is another rock looks like a woman cradling her child.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Po Nagar Cham Towers, 2 Thang 4 Road At the End of Xom Bong Bridge, Nha Trang Vietnam

The special structure was built between the 7th and the 12th century by Cham (the prosperous time of Cham). The particular structures and bricks helped towers exist over 1000 years. Many scientists today have yet deciphered its mystery

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Long Son Pagoda, Thai Nguyen St, Nha Trang Vietnam

Long Son Pagoda, also known under other names “ Chua Phat Trang” or “ Long Son Co Tu”, the biggest church in Nha Trang city. It was built in 1886 and repaired many times. Long Son owns unique statues located in Trai Thuy hill such as bronze Buddha statue in the main hall with 1.6 metres high and 700kg weight; nirvana Buddha statues with 17 metres long and the statue of Buddha Shrine seating sermon with 31 metres high.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: XQ Hand Embroidery, 64 Tran Phu, Nha Trang Vietnam, Nha Trang Vietnam

Built with unique architecture of ancient Hue and impressive art galleries, XQ historical village is the crystallization of Vietnam embroider art. Visitors can enjoy unique embroidered paintings, observe the skillful artisans taking each needle on the silk and learn the traditional embroidered culture.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Dam Market, Ben Cho, Van Thanh, Nha Trang Vietnam

Trading since 1974, Nha Trang Market’s bustling atmosphere and colourful array of goods makes it a popular spot for travelling photographers and tourists looking to immerse themselves in the local culture.

Duration: 45 minutes

Pass By: Thap Tram Huong, Tran Phu, tp., Nha Trang Vietnam

The name of Tram Huong tower is derived from a rare commodity with high economic value in Nha Trang called agarwood. Located on the beach, Tram Huong tower consists of 3 floors with vivid sculpture icons: the wave of the sea, sails, petals and a stylized core.

Stop At: Nha Tho Nui, 31 Thai Nguyen street. Phuoc Tan, Nha Trang 650000 Vietnam

This is a unique architecture that tourists shouldn’t miss. Looked from the outside, The church has gray color with the architecture same to palaces and castles in ancient Roman times. Beside Gothic architecture with French style, the mountain church also owns a precious brass bell manufactured and supplied by a famous bell brand, French Carillon Bourdon.

Duration: 15 minutes

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Additional Information

Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
At time of booking, Cruise ship passengers must provide the following information at time of booking: ship name, docking time, disembarkation time and re-boarding time.
Dress code is smart casual.
Not wheelchair accessible.
Most travelers can participate.
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

Reviews

5.0 stars, based on 15 reviews
David F
David F

We had a great day in Nha Trang!! Minh was our guide and one of the best we have ever had!
We saw all the sights, the Church, the Great Buda, the temple all before the buses got to the locations. We also had one of the best lunches we have ever had at a seaside restaurant. No large crowds at the restaurant. Then he took us to his favorite coffee house for local coffee. It was the highlight of our trip.

03/02/2020
David F
David F

We had a great day in Nha Trang!! Minh was our guide and one of the best we have ever had!
We saw all the sights, the Church, the Great Buda, the temple all before the buses got to the locations. We also had one of the best lunches we have ever had at a seaside restaurant. No large crowds at the restaurant. Then he took us to his favorite coffee house for local coffee. It was the highlight of our trip.

03/02/2020
davefunk1811
davefunk1811
We had a great day in Nha Trang!! Minh was our guide and one of the best we have ever had! We saw all the sights, the Church, the Great Buda, the temple all before the buses got to the locations. We also had one of the best lunches we have ever had at a seaside restaurant. No large crowds at the restaurant. Then he took us to his favorite coffee house for local coffee. It was the highlight of our trip.
01/02/2020
Lawrence S
Lawrence S

We booked this tour at the last minute, literally a couple of days before our cruise ship arrived at Nha Trang, having not been inspired much by the overpriced excursions offered by the cruise company. This was a bit cheaper than the bus tour offered by the cruise ship, and we were expecting it to be a similar group tour with a bus full of other guests. What a nice surprise it was to discover that it was actually a private tour. Me, my wife, a driver and a tour guide. I don't recall seeing the tour described as such, so it was a bit of a shock.

Ahead of our arrival, the guide made contact via Whatsapp, sending a picture of himself and the meeting point just outside the port gate, which was really good - other tours I have done abroad, I tend to just have to hope that someone is holding an obvious sign up in the location that I am hoping is correct. This pre-contact made it a whole lot easier.

The guide was great fun, and spoke good English, and took us round the sights listed, giving good information along the way, and was generally really helpful. He kept a good eye on the time to make sure we were on track to be back to the cruise ship in plenty of time. The beauty of a private tour like this is that it is completely adaptable. We were at least an hour late getting off the ship due to problems with the tender, and as such didn't expect to be able to see all of the listed attractions - luckily able to keep in touch with the guide via Whatsapp throughout the disembarkation. As it turned out, due to us being young and agile we were able to make up a lot of time over the course of the day, so we did get to see everything. Our guide said that with older, less mobile clients, it would have been harder to get everything in, with our late start.

As for the sights, we got to see the Cham Towers, and the Long Son Pagoda, both of which were well worth the visit. We also saw the rocks at Hon Chong, which are essentially some rocks in the sea. Very picturesque, but not sure it was that special, its something to consider sacrificing if you are time limited.

We also got taken to a restaurant for an authentic Vietnamese meal which was really tasty - lots of separate dishes, but it was all very nice.

Booking and paying via the Viator app was really easy too.

On the whole, this was a really enjoyable excursion for us, well beyond our expectations, and I would definitely recommend it. There wasn't anything on this trip that I didn't enjoy.

13/01/2020
Lawrence S
Lawrence S

We booked this tour at the last minute, literally a couple of days before our cruise ship arrived at Nha Trang, having not been inspired much by the overpriced excursions offered by the cruise company. This was a bit cheaper than the bus tour offered by the cruise ship, and we were expecting it to be a similar group tour with a bus full of other guests. What a nice surprise it was to discover that it was actually a private tour. Me, my wife, a driver and a tour guide. I don't recall seeing the tour described as such, so it was a bit of a shock.

Ahead of our arrival, the guide made contact via Whatsapp, sending a picture of himself and the meeting point just outside the port gate, which was really good - other tours I have done abroad, I tend to just have to hope that someone is holding an obvious sign up in the location that I am hoping is correct. This pre-contact made it a whole lot easier.

The guide was great fun, and spoke good English, and took us round the sights listed, giving good information along the way, and was generally really helpful. He kept a good eye on the time to make sure we were on track to be back to the cruise ship in plenty of time. The beauty of a private tour like this is that it is completely adaptable. We were at least an hour late getting off the ship due to problems with the tender, and as such didn't expect to be able to see all of the listed attractions - luckily able to keep in touch with the guide via Whatsapp throughout the disembarkation. As it turned out, due to us being young and agile we were able to make up a lot of time over the course of the day, so we did get to see everything. Our guide said that with older, less mobile clients, it would have been harder to get everything in, with our late start.

As for the sights, we got to see the Cham Towers, and the Long Son Pagoda, both of which were well worth the visit. We also saw the rocks at Hon Chong, which are essentially some rocks in the sea. Very picturesque, but not sure it was that special, its something to consider sacrificing if you are time limited.

We also got taken to a restaurant for an authentic Vietnamese meal which was really tasty - lots of separate dishes, but it was all very nice.

Booking and paying via the Viator app was really easy too.

On the whole, this was a really enjoyable excursion for us, well beyond our expectations, and I would definitely recommend it. There wasn't anything on this trip that I didn't enjoy.

13/01/2020
Lawrence_S
Lawrence_S
We booked this tour at the last minute, literally a couple of days before our cruise ship arrived at Nha Trang, having not been inspired much by the overpriced excursions offered by the cruise company. This was a bit cheaper than the bus tour offered by the cruise ship, and we were expecting it to be a similar group tour with a bus full of other guests. What a nice surprise it was to discover that it was actually a private tour. Me, my wife, a driver and a tour guide. I don't recall seeing the tour described as such, so it was a bit of a shock. Ahead of our arrival, the guide made contact via Whatsapp, sending a picture of himself and the meeting point just outside the port gate, which was really good - other tours I have done abroad, I tend to just have to hope that someone is holding an obvious sign up in the location that I am hoping is correct. This pre-contact made it a whole lot easier. The guide was great fun, and spoke good English, and took us round the sights listed, giving good information along the way, and was generally really helpful. He kept a good eye on the time to make sure we were on track to be back to the cruise ship in plenty of time. The beauty of a private tour like this is that it is completely adaptable. We were at least an hour late getting off the ship due to problems with the tender, and as such didn't expect to be able to see all of the listed attractions - luckily able to keep in touch with the guide via Whatsapp throughout the disembarkation. As it turned out, due to us being young and agile we were able to make up a lot of time over the course of the day, so we did get to see everything. Our guide said that with older, less mobile clients, it would have been harder to get everything in, with our late start. As for the sights, we got to see the Cham Towers, and the Long Son Pagoda, both of which were well worth the visit. We also saw the rocks at Hon Chong, which are essentially some rocks in the sea. Very picturesque, but not sure it was that special, its something to consider sacrificing if you are time limited. We also got taken to a restaurant for an authentic Vietnamese meal which was really tasty - lots of separate dishes, but it was all very nice. Booking and paying via the Viator app was really easy too. On the whole, this was a really enjoyable excursion for us, well beyond our expectations, and I would definitely recommend it. There wasn't anything on this trip that I didn't enjoy.
12/01/2020
Sarah H
Sarah H

Our tour guide was Thao and he was excellent. Our first stop was the Chong promontory rocks. The landscape was lovely and there was a beautiful view of the rocks over the bay, but the highlight was a musical performance of local folk music using traditional Vietnamese musical instruments.
We also stopped at the Po Nagar Cham Towers to see the ancient temple of the Champa kingdom. There was also an opportunity to view a traditional dance and to observe weaving as it was done centuries ago.
We then went to the Long Son pagoda with a gold Buddha and the large white Buddha on the top. Then to the Christ the King, or Nha Tho Nui, a gothic revival style Catholic Church built during the French Colonial era and consecrated in 1930. The church has beautiful arches and stained glass windows which gives it majestic feel and to me more appealing than the ornate Catholic churches in Europe.
Our next stop was a Vietnamese lunch at a restaurant called “The Lanterns”. The food was plentiful and delicious. This restaurant also has cooking classes for adults and children. They associate with some local school/orphanages in Nha Trang and work alongside some ethnic minority villages. They provide food supplies and staples to the less fortunate and have student scholarship program to those children who may struggle to attend school. They have a reputation as one of the must visit places in Nha Trang.
Of course, a visit to an Asian city wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the local Cho Dam Market. I was looking for souvenir tea towels, but couldn’t find any. We went into the food part of the market which we found much more interesting.
Our last stop was the beautiful beach. They have tried to clean it up in the last few years by not allowing any food on the beach. The views are lovely with the little rock islands jutting up out in the harbor.

21/11/2019
Sarah H
Sarah H

Our tour guide was Thao and he was excellent. Our first stop was the Chong promontory rocks. The landscape was lovely and there was a beautiful view of the rocks over the bay, but the highlight was a musical performance of local folk music using traditional Vietnamese musical instruments.
We also stopped at the Po Nagar Cham Towers to see the ancient temple of the Champa kingdom. There was also an opportunity to view a traditional dance and to observe weaving as it was done centuries ago.
We then went to the Long Son pagoda with a gold Buddha and the large white Buddha on the top. Then to the Christ the King, or Nha Tho Nui, a gothic revival style Catholic Church built during the French Colonial era and consecrated in 1930. The church has beautiful arches and stained glass windows which gives it majestic feel and to me more appealing than the ornate Catholic churches in Europe.
Our next stop was a Vietnamese lunch at a restaurant called “The Lanterns”. The food was plentiful and delicious. This restaurant also has cooking classes for adults and children. They associate with some local school/orphanages in Nha Trang and work alongside some ethnic minority villages. They provide food supplies and staples to the less fortunate and have student scholarship program to those children who may struggle to attend school. They have a reputation as one of the must visit places in Nha Trang.
Of course, a visit to an Asian city wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the local Cho Dam Market. I was looking for souvenir tea towels, but couldn’t find any. We went into the food part of the market which we found much more interesting.
Our last stop was the beautiful beach. They have tried to clean it up in the last few years by not allowing any food on the beach. The views are lovely with the little rock islands jutting up out in the harbor.

21/11/2019
TravelGrandma10
TravelGrandma10
Our tour guide was Thao and he was excellent. Our first stop was the Chong promontory rocks. The landscape was lovely and there was a beautiful view of the rocks over the bay, but the highlight was a musical performance of local folk music using traditional Vietnamese musical instruments. We also stopped at the Po Nagar Cham Towers to see the ancient temple of the Champa kingdom. There was also an opportunity to view a traditional dance and to observe weaving as it was done centuries ago. We then went to the Long Son pagoda with a gold Buddha and the large white Buddha on the top. Then to the Christ the King, or Nha Tho Nui, a gothic revival style Catholic Church built during the French Colonial era and consecrated in 1930. The church has beautiful arches and stained glass windows which gives it majestic feel and to me more appealing than the ornate Catholic churches in Europe. Our next stop was a Vietnamese lunch at a restaurant called “The Lanterns”. The food was plentiful and delicious. This restaurant also has cooking classes for adults and children. They associate with some local school/orphanages in Nha Trang and work alongside some ethnic minority villages. They provide food supplies and staples to the less fortunate and have student scholarship program to those children who may struggle to attend school. They have a reputation as one of the must visit places in Nha Trang. Of course, a visit to an Asian city wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the local Cho Dam Market. I was looking for souvenir tea towels, but couldn’t find any. We went into the food part of the market which we found much more interesting. Our last stop was the beautiful beach. They have tried to clean it up in the last few years by not allowing any food on the beach. The views are lovely with the little rock islands jutting up out in the harbor.
20/11/2019
hopebh
hopebh

We were a little concerned because we couldn't find any info online about the company and had little interactions until the day of, but we had a great tour. Thao was a great tour guide with boundless energy. He and the driver (whose name I've forgotten) were very good at getting us in and out of the different places and showing us around.

16/07/2019
hopebh
hopebh

We were a little concerned because we couldn't find any info online about the company and had little interactions until the day of, but we had a great tour. Thao was a great tour guide with boundless energy. He and the driver (whose name I've forgotten) were very good at getting us in and out of the different places and showing us around.

16/07/2019
hopebh
hopebh
We were a little concerned because we couldn't find any info online about the company and had little interactions until the day of, but we had a great tour. Thao was a great tour guide with boundless energy. He and the driver (whose name I've forgotten) were very good at getting us in and out of the different places and showing us around.
15/07/2019
Jenni R
Jenni R

Well-run tour with a nice lunch.

01/03/2018
Jenni R
Jenni R

Well-run tour with a nice lunch.

01/03/2018
Celine L
Celine L

Great tour. Our guide Thao was very pleasant, attentive to our needs, articulate, knowledgeable about culture, history and location and fun to be with. He brought us to a local restaurant for lunch, who served local food which we really enjoyed.

16/12/2017
Celine L
Celine L

Great tour. Our guide Thao was very pleasant, attentive to our needs, articulate, knowledgeable about culture, history and location and fun to be with. He brought us to a local restaurant for lunch, who served local food which we really enjoyed.

16/12/2017
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