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Hoi An Private Tour Guides

Hoi An, Vietnam
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About Hoi An Private Tour Guides
- We are a group of professional tour guides who grew up together with the same passion for tourism and pride in this beautiful town. - We are thorough, friendly, helpful and have many years experience in the tourism and hospitality industry that will ensure you have the most enjoyable experience. - We speak English fluently with the most accurate and interesting information about… - We customise any kind of tour to suit your individual requirements so you’ll have no concerns if you are travelling with children or the elderly. - We choose all the best places to take you to,most suitable transportations and other services. EVERYTHING is PRIVATE,SAFE and UNIQUE. - With such reasonable prices, your expectations will be exceeded! - We wish you the best possible experience with us and hope that you will choose us as your local buddy!
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Early morning Ba Na Hills with the Golden Hand Bridge - Private Tour

- Early morning start at 6am for 1st cable car.
- Enjoy the World's record - Longest nonstop single track cable car-
- Be at the famous Golden Hand Bridge without crowds
- Recreation and relaxation at Fantasy Park
- French Village
- Du Dôme Square
- Le Jardin Flower Garden
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* Fully escorted by Private English speaking Tour Guide,you will have the best day enjoying premium private services from our company.
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5 to 8 hours
from $125.13

Hoi An Walking Street Food - Private Tour

If you are ready to be out of the beaten paths- not a fancy restaurant,ordinary foods that you can easily find every where- We will take you to the most popular street stalls and hidden alleyways in the old town then enjoy these gems of central VietNam's cuisine.

JOIN us and EAT LIKE A LOCAL.
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4 to 5 hours
from $46.00

Sunrise Motorbike Experience Hidden Parts of Hoi An

This tour is a must for who that love to see authentic locals lifestyle. Some of the experiences we can tell that even most of locals havent seen it their own but you will. With very tight connections to locals,we will ensure you will have the most welcome,comfortable feeling when viting places. Guarantee this tour will be highlight of your entire Viet Nam trip. From Hoi An with love ❤️
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5 to 6 hours
from $68.72

Hoi An 4in1 Experience: Culture - Heritage - Workshop - Unique local life

- Sunrise start at 5am we will together beat the heat and crowds.
- With this combo tour,you with see the most of the area : from culture heritages,religious sites to local experiences and handicraft workshop.
- Qualified English speaking tour guide,very informative with the most accurate informations.
- Friendly,experienced drivers with modern air-conditioned vehicles.
- 100% private fully escorted tour,flexible,premium services
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10 to 12 hours
from $123.08

My Son Sanctuary Sunrise Private Tour

- Enjoy the vibe of sacred ancient ruins at dawn.
- You will be able to wandering around this temple complex without groups of tourist.
- Best photo opotunities.
- Delicious local breakfast.
- Private tour guide with many interesting informations and background stories.
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4 to 5 hours
from $70.00
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Liz S wrote a review Mar 2020
Heidelberg, Australia232 contributions44 helpful votes
Our tour guide, Hai, picked us up from our hotel in a hotel shuttle and took us to the edge of the old town in Son Phong area, for our first taste of the local food. The first was a street vendor with Banh Khot, a tiny egg pancake filled with shrimp, served with greens and pieces of pork. The next stop was in Tan An, in a lane where the modest little restaurant served Banh Beo, steamed rice cakes with shrimp paste and topped with strips of fried pork skin. Another street vendor, in Minh An opposite the the Catholic church, sold us Che Me Den - Black Sesame soup - a strange, sweet, but unattractive cold dessert. Then in Cam Pho we we stopped for Cao Lau, Hoi An's signature dish - fat rice noodles, slices of barbecued pork, pork crackling, bean shoots, greens and soup stock. These noodles must be made with water from the Ba Le Well, the town's original water supply, which Hai also took us to see. After a walk through Tran Phu street, the main street full of interesting temples, shops and old houses, we stopped briefly at the market for some White Rose dumplings and something that looked like Vietnamese style nachos. Eventually we ended up at another small family restaurant not far from the Japanese Bridge that served what Hai called Vietnamese pizza! It was really Banh Trang Nuong, a rice paper circle covered in quail egg, dried shrimp, ground pork and spring onions, then topped with greens, chili, cucumber, sprouts or whatever, rolled up and dipped in fish sauce. It was a long and very filling 'progressive dinner' and a great experience to do when visiting Hoi An. We would never have discovered some of these places and dishes if it wasn't for Hai's guidance.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Bee Chambers wrote a review Mar 2020
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Ha, our guide, gave us a unique off the beaten path experience. He is a wonderful man and made the experience all the more fun. Our first day we did the walking food tour, visiting many local vendors to try local "Hoi An" noodles, amazing Banh Mi, lotus ice tea, and more. We were able to see the heart of Hoi An while trying 10+ local dishes. Our second day we did a bike tour visiting many local homes -- a rice wine maker, mat weaver, noodle maker, and coconut boat ride. It was a great way to see local life! Our third day we got up early to do a motorbike tour. I was very nervous getting on one, but quickly became comfortable. This was by far my favorite day! We rode into the countryside to see local fish markets, the most amazing coffee shop, and a local farm. We met the lady who tended to the farm and were even able to help her plant. If you are ever in Hoi An, I highly reccommend Hoi An private tour guides!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Matthew Ashton wrote a review Mar 2020
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Best tour of the area, got to experience a lot in the area! Was very happy because it aloud us to know where we were going for the rest of our stay. Emily was so beautiful and friendly 😀 Would highly recommend, I’ll be back soon to do it all again
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Grace N wrote a review Feb 2020
Bendigo, Australia7 contributions
Had a great evening on the Hoi An street food tour with our guide, Hai! The food was delicious and we went to places that we would never have been able to find and experience by ourselves! Hai explained the history of the different dishes, which was very interesting. We only had a small lunch beforehand and would recommend that others do this too - we were so full after the food tour! Would highly recommend the Hoi An Private Tour Guides for the street food tour in Hoi An :)
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Serenity wrote a review Jan 2020
Shenzhen, China44 contributions28 helpful votes
Being personable is a talent and Tour Guide Ha is very talented! Very easy to talk to and laugh with! After 7 dishes I was too full! I'm probably like you - I don't just look at the ratings, I look at the number of reviews. This one may not have lots of reviewers but I have done food tours in Thailand, Taiwan and Malaysia, Hong Kong and I highly reccomend this tour and especially this tour guide without hesitation! I never once felt like I was walking too long. Everything is smoothly done and Ha seems to have a great rapport with the vendors. Continue to share your gift with foreigners, Ha! I wish you much success!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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