Hoa lu – Tam coc – 1day


Description:   Hoa Lu is the relics of the ancient capital Hoa Lu – the remains are the temples dedicated to King Dinh and King Le, the two heroes who lived in 10th century and chose Hoa Lu to build the citadel of this ancient capital city. From time to time, archaeologists have excavated buried parts of this citadel with rusty weapons and ceramics. The temples are said to be built on the old foundation of their original palaces in 11-12th centuries and restored in 17th century. It is about 4 km away for Tam Coc that mean Three Caves. It is also called Halong-Bay-In-Land.


This morning, our guide will pick you up around 8.00 am and depart for Hoa Lu. It takes about 2 hours to drive to the southeast of Hanoi . We may take some stop-over for photo and refreshment while enjoying rural stunning scenery on the way. Arrive in Hoa Lu which is the former capital of Vietnam (968 – 1009) under Dinh and Le dynasties. We will visit Dinh, Le temples and surroundings.

Then, continuing our trip to Tam Coc (three caves) that is often promoted as Vietnam’s “Ha long bay on land “. You have chance to enjoy watching the countryside scenery passing by. After lunch we row boat trip would that takes 2 hours to visit all three caves and crossing beautiful rice paddy.
We head back to Hanoi, arrive back to Hanoi by 6:00pm then transfer to the hotel.

Pricing & Inclusion:

This is a sample itinerary so the cost really depends on the number of people in your group and time of travel.
This rate is quoted in USD per person,

Apply from 1.January - 2015 to 31.December – 2015for private tour

Group Size

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Price / pp





Join in Group Tour: 855,000 VNĐ/person (similar to 38$)

 Trip cost included: 
• Admission fees, service charges and taxes, Meals (1 lunch), transfer in air-conditioned vehicle, Fully escorted by English speaking guide.

 Trip cost excluded: 
• Travel insurance (Compulsory), Personal Expenses, bar, drinks 
• Tips and gratuities, Pre-post accommodation in Hanoi