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Authentic Hoi An Countryside Farming & Fishing 1 Day

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Authentic Hoi An Countryside Farming & Fishing 1 Day

  • VNM-C03
  • Full day
  • Hoi An
  • Hoi An
  • Daily


Hoi An Countryside

Tra Que Village Hoi An:

Tra Que Village is a small farming community located in the Quang Nam Province of central Vietnam, near the ancient town of Hoi An. The village is famous for its organic vegetable gardens and traditional farming practices. Visit the local vegetable and herb gardens, where you can witness traditional farming techniques. Interact with local farmers and learn about their cultivation methods. It’s a great opportunity to see how Vietnamese farmers grow their produce and appreciate the importance of agriculture in the region.

Hoi An’s countryside is known for its fresh and flavorful cuisine. Join a cooking class in a rural setting and learn to prepare traditional Vietnamese dishes using fresh local ingredients. Pick herbs from the garden, cook alongside local chefs, and savor the fruits of your labor.

Cam Thanh Coconut Village Hoi An:

Coconut Village is a charming destination located near Hoi An in Vietnam. It offers a unique and immersive experience where you can learn about the local coconut industry, traditional crafts, and rural life. Explore the fishing villages nestled along the rivers and coastal areas of Hoi An’s countryside. Observe the traditional fishing practices and see fishermen casting nets or mending their boats. You can also join a fishing tour and experience fishing firsthand, learning the techniques from local fishermen.

Try your hand at rowing a traditional bamboo basket boat called “thung chai.” These circular boats are used by local fishermen to navigate shallow waters. Take a short basket boat ride and enjoy the tranquility of the river or lagoon.

Exploring the countryside of Hoi An is a wonderful way to experience the peaceful rural life, picturesque landscapes, and traditional culture of Vietnam.


Included / Excluded

– English-speaking guide.
– Entrance fee.
– Boat trip to visit villages.
– Lunch.
– Bottled water.

– Drinks.
– Personal expenses.
– Travel insurance & Tips.