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Hoi An is a destination with two faces and offers a nice balance of history and leisure for your Vietnam tour. The charming, old-world trading port town features narrow streets and traditional houses which now host a range of craft shops and artisans, including some of Asia's best bespoke tailors. You will have four days at your leisure to wander the streets and discover Hoi An. Of course, the central coast is noted for its pristine beaches and during this Vietnam tour you will be based on Cua Dai beach, a long beach which stretches from Danang to Hoi An. Marked by palm-fringed white sands, local seafood restaurants and with views of limestone islands in the distance, Cua Dai is a relaxing beach to spend a few days.
Danang with Thirty kilometres of white sand, part of which was known as China Beach and used for rest and recreation by GIs during the Viet Nam War. The beach is excellent for tropical vacations and swimming is good during the summer. Winter surf can be dangerous, but the Da Nang end of the beach is sheltered and therefore safer. There are resort areas at each extremity, each with a small number of hotels on the beach offering a range of water sports and other activities, and many more places to stay further inland.
Indochina Sails is a recently built deluxe junk of Halong Bay fleet - just launched in early April 2007. With well-appointed design and decor, the junk will together with its twin sister bring guests unforgettable experience cruising the World Heritage site. Discover the splendors of Halong Bay aboard the Indochina Sail a wooden junk that combines classic beauty with modern comfort. Measuring 40 meters in length, this newly built, custom-designed yacht features three decks that house an elegant restaurant, two bars, a small library, and a massage room plus ten luxurious sleeping cabins. With so much space, passengers can truly unwind and enjoy the bay’s magnificent scenery.
Enjoy the intimacy of a small party within the space of Halong Bay’s largest wooden junk. An impressive 55 meters long and 11 meters wide, Halong Jasmine can accommodate up to 80 passengers at one time across four luxurious decks, with an overnight capacity of 48. The attention to detail and quality of design is apparent in every inch of this newly-built junk, artfully marrying space, rich 1930s Indochina-style wooden décor and exquisite ornamentation throughout its air-conditioned bedrooms, restaurant, bars and communal spaces.