Vietnam Holiday Travels created
Today you’re heading out over the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, your Driver Guide will provide expert commentary as you travel through the beautiful Hawkesbury Ranges to Port Stephens, it's the perfect picturesque coastal town holiday destination - Just an easy two and half hours drive north of Sydney with a choice of 26 wonderful beaches and beautiful sheltered bays, crystal clear water, snorkeling and kayaking, boutique shopping, whale & dolphin watching, sliding down sand dunes and much much more.... Sit back and relax in your own comfortable chair of our air-conditioned coach, we take you for a full day tour to Harbour Bridge, Hawkesbury Ranges, Australian Reptile Park, Port Stephens, Dolphin Watching, Sandboarding.
The Blue Mountains Area is a World Heritage Area by UNESCO listed in 2000. Just 90 minutes from Sydney by car, it has some of the country’s most dazzling spectacular wonders and a full complement of creature comforts including fine food, gorgeous villages, festivals and great places to spend a day. The Blue Mountains are popular with hikers and climbers as well as day trippers. The area is mainly made up of Eucalyptus Forests, but canyons, rocky plateaus, rainforests and swamps abound, leading to a stunning and diverse landscape. A blue haze that is typically seen from the many viewpoints over the plateaus and mountain ranges, that's why they called it Blue Mountains! The reasons for this haze are the atmosphere is filled with finely dispersed droplets of oil, which in combination with dust particles and water vapour, scatter short-wave length rays of light which are predominantly blue in colour. The Blue Mountains is one of those places that visistors keep returning to again and again especially in Autums - from the middle of April until June - when the Blue Mountains displays its manificent autum color in red, yellow and orange that promises to rejuvenate the soul. Sit back and relax in your own comfortable seat of our air-conditioned coach as today you're travelling into the amazing region of Blue Mountains including Leura, Katoomba, The Three Sisters, Jenolan Caves and Lucas Cave.
Welcome to Sydney! the capital of New South Wales and one of Australia's largest cities, is best known for its harbour front Sydney Opera House, Massive Darling Harbour and Circular Quay port are hubs of waterside life, with the Harbour Bridge and favorite Royal Botanic Garden nearby. This full day tour offers you the best sights of the beautiful harbour city of Sydney within your own seat in a comfortable air-conditioned coach. Our driver guide's expert commentary will let you discovered unique stories and fascinating history of each famous suburbs as you pass by, such as: Milson Point, North Head Lookout, Manly Beach, The Rocks, Harbour Bridge, Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, Sydney Opera House, The Gap, Bondi Beach.
Enjoy the spectacular, absolutely stunning view over the surrounding scenery which is without doubt the best thing about the The Great Ocean Road. This is a motorbike paradise, no routes in Victoria can compare with a ride along the Great Ocean Road from Lorne to Apollo Bay: a truly unforgettable journey. Visiting the world-famous beaches at Bells Beach, home of the World Surfing Competition is usually held, located within the delightful coastal township of Apollo Bay. A guided Eco tour in the Great Otway National Park that features rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, rock platforms, windswept heathland, tall forests, ferny gullies, magnificent waterfalls and tranquil lakes. Witness the rugged splendour of the famous 12 Apostles, magnificent rock formations that rise up majestically from the ocean, view the two of the Apostles from beach level at Gibson’s Steps, Loch Ard Gorge, hear the story of the most famous shipwreck. Morning tea, coffee/tea/hot chocolate & cake, fresh cafe lunch with vegetarians are catered for. Free wifi onboard.
Danang is a coastal city with white sand beaches stretching longer than 60 km, it was voted one of the six most attractive beaches in the world by Forbes magazine. Diving into the clear waters, playing with the waves and taking sunbathe on the fine white sand that's all enough to give anyone the sense of wonderful relaxation after hours of work. Not only that, there are plenty of water sports for you to experience such as canoeing, parasailing, windsurfing, banana rafting, motorboats and scuba diving. Hai Van Pass is a 21 km mountain pass between Da Nang and Hue offers some of the most incredible ocean views in all of Vietnam. Hai Van Pass has now become a destination for thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts and adventurers looking for alternative things to do in Danang. A new highway tunnel that has been built to bypass the road ensures that traffic numbers are low, although the ride can still be quite challenge, especially if you are inexperienced rider or the weather turns bad. Ba Na Hills is a major tourism brand in Danang, the place was discovered and built from the French colonial era, Ba Na tourism is increasingly attracting visitors with its cable car system which has won 2 world records and the largest indoor amusement park in Southeast Asia - Fantasy Park. Son Tra peninsula is located north-east of the city: a beautiful rain forest that reaches out into the sea from the city. At a size of over 4000 hectares, this place is massive with rich corals. There are plenty of untouched beaches along the peninsula and some excellent viewpoints, making this one of the most pristine beautiful places in Danang. The Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son or “Five Elements Mountains) are a cluster of marble and limestone hills just 7 km from the city, and one of the best things to do in Da nang! The mountains are full of caves, tunnels and Buddhist shrines just waiting to be explored! Ancient folklore says that a dragon emerged from the sea and laid an egg on the beach. 1000 days and nights passed and eventually a exquisite lady was born.
Phu Quoc is the largest island of Vietnam. It is famous for its pristine long beaches, fresh seafood, fish sauce, pepper, pearl and its friendly people. Phu Quoc is your deam holiday destination with cool climate all year round, 5 star luxury beach resorts, casino, goft courses, an international airport and even a zoo! Phu Quoc is becoming the next Phuket as the Vietnamese government has big plans to transform the island: direct flights from Russia, Sweden, Denmark, China, Thailand, UK started to arrive, cruises ships are on their way and soon Phu Quoc will have the longest cable car in the world that runs across the ocean.