Jeep has become more than just a mode of transportation for us; it has become a new way of life. A drive along the coast roads, past cities, and villages, with many stops, will inspire you to take in the breathtaking scenery while photographing local people's daily routines from the Jeep.
That is undeniably more value than you would expect from a vacation. Above all, we hope to provide you with unforgettable experiences.
08:30 or 09:30: You will be picked up from Outside of Port Exit Gate by our expert tour guide and private vehicle.
Please proceed through the exit gate to meet our guide. He'll be holding a sign with your name written on it.
It is a 50-meter walk from the tender pier.
Visit all highlights of Nha Trang City:
Oceanographic Institute - This is one of South East Asia's largest scientific institutes of marine ecosystems, established in 1923. It has kept and preserved over 20,000 sea specimens, freshwater creatures, and diverse organisms since 1923.
The massive "Whale Skeleton" and numerous sea creatures kept in glass tanks are the main attractions in the Institute.
Nha Trang Cathedral – The Christ the King Church – officially known as Christ the King Cathedral – is a one-of-a-kind architectural work that was constructed on a small hill in September 1928 by a French priest, Louis Vallet.
The priest adored Nha Trang and wished to spend his life there. The church has both sacred beauty and an appealing appeal. Mountain Church is very important in the lives of Nha Trang City parishioners. They come here every Sunday to pray and ask for the gift of peace.
Long Son Pagoda- Built-in 1886 on the top of "Trai Thuy Hill," it is regarded as one of the four Holy Animals of the land, guarding the city against storms and tsunamis.
Ponagar Cham Temple - Which began construction in the late VIII century and was completed in the XIII century. Ponagar was the name of the "Thien Y Ana," who was known as the "Mother of Cham Land."
Fishing Port - The fishing boat arrives on the outskirts of Nha Trang. In the early morning light, the boats, all painted in traditional blue and red trim, returned from the seas with a variety of fish.