Ba Na Hills is a hill station and resort located in the Truong Son Mountains 42 km to the west of the city of Da Nang, in central Vietnam. The station, advertised as “the Da Lat of Da Nang province” by local tourism authorities, was founded in 1919 by French colonists. It’s located at 1.487 meters above sea level, the temperature of this place is cool, the average temperature in the summer is about 180C, Ba Na – Chua Mountain is an ideal eco – tourism in Central Vietnam.
In order to go into Ba Na top, tourists should pass through 15 kilometers by the cable car which is the longest and highest of its kind in the world. This terrain is a small highland. Tourists not only enjoy fresh air but also the beautiful scenery. In addition, tourists can see the large space of Da Nang city, Vung Thung Bay, Son Tra peninsula, My Khe beach, Ngu Hanh Son, Thu Bon River and Cham Island.
For the spiritually inclined, there is Linh Ung Pagoda with a 27m tall statue of Thich Ca Buddha. History buffs will enjoy tours of deserted French villas and a descent into a historical wine cellar. Nature lovers can scout out the 543 species of flora and 256 species of fauna, a diverse collection including rare plants, pheasants, deer and monkeys.
Fantasy Park is the perfect playground, a carnival of rides, video games and activities ranging from air hockey to rock climbing. For kids, there is a separate children’s area with ball pits and mini slides.
7:30 a.m : Pick you up at centre of Da Nang and transfer to Ba Na Hills Station
8:30 a.m : Go to the top of Ba Na Hills by the cable car
9:00 a.m : Visit the old French villas en route, as well as the suspension bridge, Chua Mountain and the Mountain Peak
12:00 a.m : Have lunch while enjoying the beautiful view from the top of Ba Na Hills
2:00 p.m : Visit Vong Nguyet villa where we will visit the wine cellar, Linh Ung Pagoda, Sakyamuni Buddha’s monument
4:00 p.m : Come back to Da Nang
Price: $45 USD
- A/C private car
- English speaking guide
- Ba Na cable ticket and entrance fee*
- Lunch buffet
- tips and personal expenses