Phu Yen province encompasses a diverse landscape of mountains, rivers, lagoons and fertile plains with nearly 200 kilometres of shoreline along Vietnam’s curving south-central coast. Lesser known than the beach resort town of Nha Trang, about 120 kilometres away to the south, Phu Yen is a place where visitors can still enjoy having a wide patch of golden sand to themselves.
Phu Yen has a diverse topography consisting of mountains, rivers, lagoons, bays, and islands and a myriad of beautiful natural sights for visitors to explore.
Phu Yen Team Building Tour one day departure from Quy Nhon with Quy Nhon Tourist, you not only enjoy delicious fresh seafood prepared at O Loan Lagoon, but also visit famous lands in Phu Yen Province.
Trải nghiệm làm bánh tráng tại Phú Yên trong chương trình Amazing Race
07h30: The tour guide of Quy Nhon Tourist will pick up you at your hotel (Quy Nhon Center) by car and take you to Phu Yen province
09h40: Mằng Lăng Church is the place where keeps the first Vietnamese script and it is one of the oldest church in VietNam which still keep its Gothic architecture in every detail. On the way you join the game with prizes of the tour guide of Quy Nhon Tourist.
10h30: Ghenh Da Dia, ranked as a national historical monument in 1998. In the world there is a second place with stones stacked in vertical columns like Ghenh Da Dia at ScotLand, called Giant’s Causeway (the causeway of the giants), that is recognized by UNESCO as a world natural heritage site in 1986. Here you will admire, you are amazed at the wonder of nature.
11h40: You will have lunch at the restaurant on O LOAN LAGOON, and relax freely here.
Grilled O Loan lagoon’s oysters
Jellyfish / White sardine salad
Steamed squid with coconut water
Steamed sea fish rolled with rice paper
Fried rice with seafood
Dessert: Fruit, ice tea, cold towels
(The menu may be changed depending on the weather and your requirements but it still ensures the same quality –In addition, you can choose more fresh seafood raised in the rafts on O Loan Lagoon with very affordable prices)
You join Phu Yen Team Building / Amazing Race at center area with many interesting Games
Continue visit Bai Xep – Ghenh Ong by car. It is a wonderful and charming beach. The pure black rock areas are arranged along the coast, creating a colorful shape of unspoiled nature. Here you seem to be completely separated from the noisy life outside, just only you and thousands of waves of water.
Quy Nhon Tourist’s guide takes you back to the original pick-up point by car.
Ending your Phu Yen Team Building Tour one day. Goodbye and see you soon.
Terms and Conditions
THE TOUR PRICE INCLUDES:
New cars according to schedule
Team Building / Amazing Race, MC, Games, Speak, Support…
Lunch with seafood at O Loan Lagoon
Sombrero (straw hat) of Quy Nhon Tourist
Entry tickets to destinations in the program
Enthusiastic tour guide with rich experience on sea and islands in Quy Nhon.
Travel insurance (maximum compensation of 20,000,000 VND / person / case)
TH True mineral water + cold compress on the car: 2 bottles / person / day
THE TOUR PRICE EXCLUDES:
Value added tax
Games with prizes along the way, winners will get gifts
Sombrero with large brim and colorful of Quy Nhon Tourist brand
Offer sand skating game for separate groups of guests
TICKET FOR CHILDREN:
Children under 1m or under 5 years old: Free.
Two adults can only bring 1 child under 5 for free. From the 2nd child upwards, each child will be charged the equivalent price of 5 to 10 years old
Children from 5 – 9 years old: 50% of adult cost
Children from 10 years and above: be calculated as equal to adult cost.
Children from 1.4m and above: be calculated as equal to adult cost.
You prepare extra light clothes, slippers to go to the beach
If weather changes make it impossible to go by speed boat and dive to see coral reefs, Quy Nhon Tourist will arrange to go to Ky Co by land, so the tour price will not change.
Provide enough information as required to register the insurance company
When children are with you, pay attention to the children with our tour guide