Best of Nha Trang Private Tour

Off The Beaten Track

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Local House Visit

Witness many of nature’s wonders in Nha Trang, from a lively seaside resort to beautiful Vietnamese countryside with rice paddies and traditional craft villages. Cruise along the Cai River and explore some of the best Champa architecture in the Po Nagar temple.


Learn Vietnamese Mat Weaving from a Local Family

Witness Untouched Countryside and Colourful Rice Paddies

Enjoy a 30-Minute Boat Ride Along the River

Visit an Ancient House and Sample Local Fruits

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Tour Details


From $50 per person

  • 1 person $200
  • 2 people $110 per person
  • 3 people $85 per person
  • 4 people $70 per person
  • 5-8 people $60 per person
  • 9+ people $50 per person

Please note – Children up to 3 years old are free of charge, while children 3-11 years old will be required to pay 75% of the adult rate. Please see our FAQs page for further pricing details.


We operate all year round, except for Vietnamese New Year, which runs from January 20th-24th, 2023

Trip specifications

Tour is recommended to start at 8:00 am and finish around 5:00 pm.

Pick-up & drop-off

We will collect and return you to any hotel located within Nha Trang City.

If you are staying out of the city we can collect you for an extra charge depending on the distance. Please get in touch for prices.


  • All Entrance Fees
  • All Taxes
  • Fully Air-Conditioned Vehicle
  • Two Bottles of Water
  • English-Speaking Guide
  • Lunch – please note we can cater for any dietary requirements just be sure to get in touch beforehand.
  • Boat Trip

Not included

  • Gratuities
  • Booking fees

What to bring

  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Insect Repellent
  • Light Jacket

What to wear

Please ensure you dress respectfully. Knees and shoulders should be covered at all times.


Visit The Famous 24-Metre Tall Buddha!

We start our great day by heading to Long Son Pagoda, a beautiful temple located at the foot of Trai Thuy Mountain with a rich history of housing high-ranking Buddhist monks. In 1936, the Vietnam Buddhist Studies Foundation was founded here. Ornately decorated with dragons, mystical animals and Taoist gods, this beautiful temple is testament to Taoist architecture. If you’re feeling energetic, you can brave the 152 steps to reach the famous 24-metre tall white Buddha, which can be seen from any spot in the town.

Afterwards, we will visit a local family for an insight into the local way of life at Nha Trang. Learn how this family sustains themselves on Vietnamese mat weaving and uncover the techniques used in this ancient art form.

A large statue of Buddha behind a temple and tall trees at the Long Son Pagoda


Learn How to Make Conical Hats with a Local

With all this incredible countryside surrounding us, it would be madness not to explore it! We will cruise through the countryside in our air-conditioned vehicle for breathtaking vistas of vibrant rice paddies, tropical foliage and surrounding mountains. You may even catch glimpses of local farmers at work in the fields!

Hidden deep in the countryside, we will visit an ancient house to get an insight into historical architecture and sample local fruits. We will also get the opportunity to witness the process of making conical hats!

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Cruise Along the River

The next leg of our Nha Trang excursion is to the stunning river running through the area, Cai. Cruising along the river is an excellent way to escape the sometimes hectic city of Nha Trang and to witness the local way of life along the river banks. This 30-minute river journey is a fantastic way to get up close and personal to the untouched nature surrounding Nha Trang and to get another perspective of the city that is not the bustling seaside resort that tourists know and love!

Fishing boats out on the water at at Ben Dam Village - Nha Trang


Last Stop, Po Nagar Temple!

After we’ve taken all the pictures of rice paddies and stunning scenery our cameras can handle, we’ll make our way to Po Nagar temple, built by the architecturally adept Champa people. Built between the 8th and 13th centuries, this imposing temple has three floors, all built in brick and decorated in stone to worship the deities and depict Brahmin religious themes.

Three women performing a traditional dance with clay pots balanced on top of their heads

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