My Son Sanctuary Tour from Da Nang
- Small group
- Pickup available
- Duration: 4.5 hours
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We went in January and it was very foggy but we still managed to get some good pics and see everything without any crowds! Lovely. Our tour was fantastic the guide ‘Snow’ was so informative and friendly. She was such a pleasure to spend the day with. The car picked us and dropped us off at the hotel and we were looked after all day, everything was included. The food is a buffet and has everything you would want, Asian and western. Just brilliant we will come back maybe when it’s less foggy though!
The tour takes to meet two of the most fascinating places in the city. My Son sanctuary with all of the history of the place back on previous centuries and the Marble Mountains with their pagodas, caves and amazing views. My tour guide was Nhung who was a great guide, she was always sharing details and comments on the places that we were visiting and make sure I was comfortable and enjoying the trip. It was a great tour!
The tour was excellent! The marble Mountain is wonderful. Just be careful with the steps as they are a bit slippery. The hike to the top of the cave mountain is challenging but doable. Hai Van pass drive is magnificent gave u the best views! Lang co Beach and its lagoon are just beauty beyond words. Our lady guide is very knowledgeable, smart and friendly. She has potential to go far.
We were picked up on time, but went to grab one more party where we were waiting for 30 minutes. No issues on the drive there and back. Our guide was very knowledgeable on the history of My Son and had a lot to say about the ruins and the old kingdom. However, this led to us having little free time for us to explore on our own. We pretty much stayed only at the first site of ruins.
Picked up directly from the hotel. Eric the tour guide was engaging, warm and knowledgeable and spoke excellent English. He was very considerate giving us time to put on sun screen as it was a very hot day. He really brought the history of the site to life.