JOURNEY TO LY SON ISLAND
3 DAYS/ 2 NIGHTS
JOURNEY TO LY SON ISLAND
Ly Son Island - Garlic Kingdom of Vietnam, is like a heaven on earth with crystal clear blue ocean full of reef wildlife, white sandy beaches, plush green garlic fields and spectacular volcano scenery. Spending 3 days on Ly Son Island, tourists get lost themselves in this dreamlike land.
Discovering the incredible street art of Tam Thanh Mural village
Enjoying BBQ for dinner with the local
Coral diving in Dao Be
Visiting Ly Son signature sites: Hang Pagoda, Thoi Loi Peak, Nui Gieng Tien, Hoang Sa Museum, Mural Village
Depart from Da Nang, we will head up to Tam Thanh Mural Village. Not long time ago, Tam Thanh was just no more than a fishing village. Now it has been completely replaced with a beautiful living art gallery that shows off local culture, their daily life and nature.
Enjoy tempting local seafood for lunch.
Transfer to Sa Ky Port and hop on the boat heading straight forward to Ly Son Island.
As arriving here, we will pay a visit to the island district of Ly Son always has the fame of “The Kingdom of onions and garlic” due to its distinctive delicious tastes that other product of its kind cannot compare with.
Take a rest and prepare for the BBQ party tonight with the local by Hang Cau. Not only enjoy a mouthwatering dinner, but you could also get closer to the local and engage deeper to their daily lives.
Overnight at Muong Thanh Ly Son.
Pass over Ly Son murals village in the early morning. This is the work of volunteer experts which help raise awareness of marine protection and the culture of fishing village.
Catch a local boat setting off to Dao Be at 8am. Get lost in its magnificent beauty with stunning blue beach, white sand surrounded by high cliffs. Buggy cars have been always ready to take you around the island to take nice pictures.
Have lunch with local cuisines at Dai Hang restaurant before visiting To Vo Gate which is a small cliff lying closely under the sea and perfect spot for taking memorable photos, especially when the sun rises and comes down.
Don’t skip the sacred cultural and historical site of the country, that is the Hoang Sa Museum with more than 100 exhibits of Hoang Sa soldiers, ancient maps and documents to prove Hoang Sa and Truong Sa belong to Vietnam.
Thoi Loi Peak is the highest peak of Ly Son with a flagpole of 20m in height built on the peak. Once standing on the peak, you can see lively activities around Ly Son.
When you recover from burning sun in Ly Son, pass over other signature sites such as: Hang Pagoda, Gieng Tien Mountain or Cau Cave.
Free morning relaxing and strolling around Ly Son Island.
Back to Sa Ky Port and drive to My Lai Massacre. It is probably the best-known battle – killing Vietnamese villagers by American soldiers at My Lai. The exhibition retells the horrific stories of violence committed against unarmed civilians during the Vietnam War.
Have lunch with Quang Ngai local cuisines.
Back to Da Nang.