This is especially Nha Trang’s tailor-made excursion. Exploring the country trails, village life, town and farms, and pagoda, is the best way to experience the “true” Vietnamese countryside. We have designed all excursions to include can transfer if required, food, fruits, and drinks through countryside trails, villages towns, and farms. This countryside tour offers you a fascinating insight into the “real lives” of everyday people who are the backbone of Vietnam. Just a few kilometers from Nha Trang’s beachfront is the picturesque countryside dotted with palm trees, fruit orchards, and irrigated rice paddies. Stop for photos at the rice fields along the road within the hamlet. It depends on the seasons; you may see how local farmers plant or harvest the rice. Farming is the local people’s main job. Thanks to the efficient irrigation system, farmers have two rice crops a year with a productivity of 5 to 6 tonnes per hectare. Some people grow rice three times a year, but most farmers alternate their crops, such as watermelons, and corn. Most of the planting, plowing, transplanting, and harvesting are done by hand or by buffaloes. Therefore, for most families, their buffaloes are a considerable asset.

Highlights: Countryside villages, Long Son Pagoda, Nha Trang Pagoda Orphanage, Charcoal stove making village, Bakery, Rice paper making village, Colonial hat making village, Nha Trang ancient house



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The first stop of the tour is Long Son Pagoda. Built-in the 19th century, the ornate pagoda decorated with colorful mosaic dragons sits in the shadow of a towering white Buddha seated on a lotus blossom. Driving through miles of flat rice fields to a rural village, enjoy the opportunity to interact with the local people as they go about their daily lives, with farming and cottage industries as their primary source of income. The village path leads us to the home of one family who weave mats from rushes that grow abundantly in the surrounding area. The whole family lives on mat weaving. Two people working together will weave just four mats in a day, which will be taken to the local market and traded for food and other essentials.

Nha Trang Pagoda Orphanage: where it shelters and cares for over 120 abandoned, orphaned, or street children. They range from several months to 9 years of age. The children of the orphanage are taken care of by a group of Buddhist nuns and volunteers. Their goal is to provide the children with a safe and caring environment that lessens their misfortune and gives their lives greater purpose and meaning. Being a private organization, the orphanage is trying to provide its children with food, shelter, health, and education. The nuns and volunteers at the orphanage have devoted their lives to the wonderful mission – helping the orphans. You’ll learn about the Vietnamese educational system, and you can play and sing with the little children.

Charcoal stove-making village: Considered as a kitchen God to all Vietnamese, so there’s one stove in every family although gas cookers have been used abundantly nowadays. Tourists are told the legend of Kitchen God by craftsmen to experience the fire culture in Vietnam.

Bakery: Visit the household bakery that supplies the surrounding villages with delicious French-style baguettes. The aroma wafting from the primitive oven is tantalizing.

Rice paper making: One of the most typical foods from rice is steamed and processed into round pieces dried in the sun on the bamboo brackets that are on sale in inns or shops.

Conical hat-making village: Conical hat-making village: Manual skill work by women, it’s also your gift for your friends when toward home.

Nha Trang Ancient house: these are traditionally laid out in the same manner throughout the village. Ancestor worship is an important part of daily life in Vietnam and a large area of these small houses is usually reserved for the family altar. Then you’ll have a chance to visit a family and a Vietnamese typical country house. Keep an eye on the ancestor’s shrine. Walk into a small kitchen, a garden, or even a bedroom to get the authentic feelings of the local inhabitants. Most houses are 70 to 150 years old and handed down from generation to generation by the family lineage. The structure of those ancient houses is in the style of the Chinese character Yin. Next, pass through a fruit orchard boasting a plentiful supply of tropical fruits. Lunch in a restaurant on the riverside. Enjoy breezes from the countryside. Afternoon back to your hotel and end of service.

Inclusions/ Exclusions

  • Meals as mentioned in the itineraries.
  • Private transfers within the tour by air-conditioned vehicle, including pick-up and drop-off at the hotel.
  • English Speaking Tour guide. Other languages on request.
  • All entrance and sightseeing fees.
  • All taxes & services charged.
  • Beverages and other meals are not indicated in the program
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping/ Gratuities
  • Any additional expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as natural calamities (typhoons, floods), flight delays, rescheduling or cancellations, any accidents, medical evacuations, riots, strikes etc.


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This trip could be done by car & by bike on request, the extra charge should be added up to this tour, depending on guests’ request on the site.



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