US travel company adds Da Nang, Hoi An to private luxury tour itineraries

Created 28 July 2022
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American leading tour operator TCS World Travel plans to launch private jet tours, allowing visitors to discover wonders across six continents including Da Nang and Hoi An.
US travel company adds Da Nang, Hoi An to private luxury tour itineraries

The first tour scheduled to begin from Jan. 27 next year would take tourists through the rugged landscapes of Tasmania State in Australia, bustling Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur before stopping at the coastal city of Da Nang in central Vietnam, famed for its long, sandy beaches and iconic bridges, the company said in a statement.

The second itinerary to begin from Feb. 17 enables guests to discover ancient civilizations in Egypt and unique religious rituals and cultures in Bhutan, India and Nepal before visiting Bangkok and Hoi An ancient town.

Each 22-day tour, covering eight to 10 destinations, allows a maximum of 48 guests who have to pay from $147,000 per person, including private jets, accommodation, ground transportation, tour guides, and luxury dining and sightseeing options.

in central Vietnam, and is used as a springboard to access three worldwide famous heritage sites – Hue Imperial Capital, My Son Sanctuary and Hoi An Town.

Hoi An is a UNESCO heritage site famed for its tranquil atmosphere and diverse culture.


Source: VNE

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