Phat Diem stone church – Tam Coc

June 24, 2011 morki

Operation: Daily departure

Phat diem
Phat diem

Duration: 1 day
Tour route: Hanoi – Hoa Lu – Tam Coc – Hanoi

Detailed Tour Itinerary
AM: Pick you up at 8.00am at your hotel in Hanoi, then depart for NinhBinh city, to the South of Hanoi, it takes about 2,5 hours to get there(130 km). Our visit starts at Phat Diem Cathedral, this is one of the most beautiful and unique cathedrals in Vietnam, and it became the center of Catholicism in north Vietnam.
The whole complex was built by stone between 1875-1899 and has been classified as an historic and cultural relic. The cathedral is the main focus of worship for Ninh Bình Province’s 140,000 Roman Catholics.
Then drive for 30 minutes and move to Tam Coc grottoes, have lunch at a Vietnamese restaurant with local food (1hr).
PM: Take an exciting sampan ride in Tam Coc grottoes (inland Halong Bay) and enjoy the spectacular scenery while gliding along the river among rice paddies and ranges of limestone mountain peaks towers over you (2 hrs). During this time you will enter the three sacred caves of Tam Coc.
Return to Hanoi at around 5 pm. Thanks for joining us and we hope to serve you another time.

Included services:  Transfer, Tour guide, Lunch, Entrance fee, sampan
Not included service: Drinks, tip.

Phat Diem - Ninh binh
Phat Diem – Ninh binh

Contact Us

  • Ex: (+84) 39915599
Posted in Hanoi and vicinity
Very happy reliable service, easy to deal with Anna

I conversed with Anna via email to set up the transportation from a hotel in Halong Bay to Bai Dinh garden resort. She was responsive and stayed in touch the whole time. She provided driver name, car plate, and estimated time the day before pick up. The driver came on time and the car was clean and the usual.

enquiry about round trip fee

How much does it cost from hanoi to Thang Long Hotel(Ha long bay) ?

how about return trips?

transportation enquiry

May i know how much does it cost to transport us from hanoi to City Bay Palace Hotel, Hon Gai Port, Halong?

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