Jeep Expedition Around Son Tra Peninsula - Half Day Private Tour

Get on a retro Jeep to experience a thrilling journey along the charming Son Tra Peninsula and gaze at beautiful views from high vantage point. Conquer the top of Son Tra Mountain where Linh Ung Pagoda and former US army site are located. See the Lady Buddha, the tallest Buddha statue in Vietnam.

Experience Code : 10199



  • Duration: 7.5 Hour(s)
  • No Cancellation
  • Show Mobile or Printed Voucher
  • Fixed Date Ticket
  • English
  • Meet Up With Guide
  • Hotel Pick Up

Fayfay Private Tour is an exclusive service for only you and your beloved ones with the undivided attention of your personal guide, offering a flexible itinerary. No more waiting for pick up and drop off - save time and see more!

  • Get the best views of the stunning Son Tra Peninsula from an open-top military Jeep
  • Gaze at panorama view from Linh Ung Pagoda & US army sites located on the top of Son Tra Mountain
  • Conquer the phenomenal height of Ban Co Mountain Peak
  • Spend less time reading maps and more time focusing on the scenery
  • Visit the Giant Lady Buddha, the tallest Buddha statue in Viet Nam

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Package Option

Group of 2 pax - Private Tour

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Package Option

Group of 3 - 12 pax - Private Tour

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Highlights

Getting picked up by US Jeep car, the engine starts and get you to Son Tra Peninsula. On this open-air vehicle, enjoy the fresh air and breezy seats while observing overwhelming natural landscapes, pristine beaches, and fascinating blue waters

First stop in Son Tra Peninsula is DRT broadcasting station - from here you can have a nice view of Da Nang City at 230m.

Then going in Vong Canh‘s House at an altitude of 580m and visiting Radar Station 29 at an altitude of 621m above sea level.

Continue conquering Ban Co Mountain Peak where famous for the legend of the nightly chants of the fairies at this mountain. Visit the former helicopter airport of the US Army where helicopters were used to supply goods to US soldiers.

Afterward, move along the Son Tra Peninsula, stop to admire the 1,000-year-old Bayan Tree, taking a rest and relaxing in the forest. Then visit the sacred Linh Ung Pagoda, well-known for its giant Buddha and spot monkeys from the roadside. Then having lunch at local restaurant before heading back to the hotel.

The Son Tra Peninsula still remains a scenic escape from the rapidly growing urban area of Da Nang CityThe Son Tra Peninsula still remains a scenic escape from the rapidly growing urban area of Da Nang City
Riding on a jeep is a perfect option to view the deserted road and the fantastic sceneryRiding on a jeep is a perfect option to view the deserted road and the fantastic scenery
Son Tra Peninsula is also known by the name of Monkey Mountain - one of the few remaining places where the habitat of the species shanked brown are listed on the Red List is preserved in VietnamSon Tra Peninsula is also known by the name of Monkey Mountain - one of the few remaining places where the habitat of the species shanked brown are listed on the Red List is preserved in Vietnam
Visit the Son Tra Peninsula outside living space to enjoy comfort, soothing you can admire the romantic beauty of nature paintings, majestic mountains and forestsVisit the Son Tra Peninsula outside living space to enjoy comfort, soothing you can admire the romantic beauty of nature paintings, majestic mountains and forests
No worry of getting occupied by driving and give your hands freely take nice pictures along the way and enjoy fresh wind blows through your hairNo worry of getting occupied by driving and give your hands freely take nice pictures along the way and enjoy fresh wind blows through your hair
Indochinese eyes is another name for Radar Station 29 with a bird view over Da Nang City from Son Tra PeninsulaIndochinese eyes is another name for Radar Station 29 with a bird view over Da Nang City from Son Tra Peninsula
Standing on this nearly 700m elevation of Ban Co Peak, you can admire the whole of Da Nang in its spectacular beautyStanding on this nearly 700m elevation of Ban Co Peak, you can admire the whole of Da Nang in its spectacular beauty
Visit the 1,000-year-old banyan tree which has 26 aerial roots in 25m high and in 63 small zones of Son Tra Natural Reserve. This old tree has attracted many tourists to visit and see the mysterious beautyVisit the 1,000-year-old banyan tree which has 26 aerial roots in 25m high and in 63 small zones of Son Tra Natural Reserve. This old tree has attracted many tourists to visit and see the mysterious beauty
Linh Ung - Bai But Pagoda is now considered as the largest pagoda in Da Nang City in both scale and art of architectureLinh Ung - Bai But Pagoda is now considered as the largest pagoda in Da Nang City in both scale and art of architecture
Especially, in Linh Ung – Bai But pagoda, there’s an Lady Buddha statue which is considered as the tallest one in Vietnam (67m high, 35m lotus diameter, equivalent to a 30-storey building)Especially, in Linh Ung – Bai But pagoda, there’s an Lady Buddha statue which is considered as the tallest one in Vietnam (67m high, 35m lotus diameter, equivalent to a 30-storey building)

Experience Info

1) Confirmation

  • Instant confirmation

2) Schedule

  • 8:00 AM Pick up & Departure
  • 1:00 PM End of Tour

3) Inclusion

  • Pick up & Drop off
  • English speaking guide
  • US Jeep car (all fuels & parking fee)
  • Entrance fees
  • Drinks (water & soft drink)
  • Lunch (seafood or local food) per pax
  • Travel insurance

4) Exclusion

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Personal expenses
  • All other expenses not mentioned in the inclusion

How To Use

1) How to get to meeting point/pickup

  • Pick up time: 8:00 AM
  • Please wait at the hotel lobby and inform the receptionist/concierge of pick up
  • Remember to indicate your pick up location (hotel name and address) and drop off point during booking

2) How to redeem the e-voucher

  • Show the tour guide your E-voucher or printed voucher

Cancellation Policy

No cancellation or refund.

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