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All of Phongnha Discovery’s tours are located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, which is located 50km (a 45 minute drive) from Dong Hoi City in Vietnam. All of our tours have a start point from both Dong Hoi and Phong Nha.
If you take a night train to Dong Hoi, we can pick you up at the train station and for your tour when you arrive in the morning. If you go by bus to Phong Nha or Dong Hoi, you may have to check in/store your luggage in your hotel and wait there until the scheduled pickup time from your hotel. Depending on the time of your arrival, we may also be able to pick you up at the Dong Hoi airport before the tour. Please send us an inquiry for more information at +84 165 461 5022 or e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
***NEW*** Flights to and from Chang Mai, Thailand! Beginning your adventure has never been easier! Book with us through Whatsapp or Facebook, catch a Jetstar pacific flight (twice a week on Mondays and Fridays), and we’ll pick you up at the new international Dong Hoi airport!
Flights also connect Dong Hoi with Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. From Ho Chi Minh City there are 4 flights to Dong Hoi per week (Sat, Sun, Tue and Thur). From Hanoi there are 4 flights to Dong Hoi per week (Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun).
Trains run from most major coastal cities up and down Vietnam and they can be a fabulous travel experience. If you are taking an overnight train, try to book a soft-sleeper cabin (4 beds per cabin) or even a hard-sleeper (6 beds per cabin instead of 4) for the most comfortable journey. If you take the overnight train and arrive in Dong Hoi in the morning, we can pick you up at the train station before any of our tours at 7am.
Busses are becoming increasingly popular with bunk bed style sleeper busses taking travelers long distances comfortably. If you take a night bus that arrives in Dong Hoi in the morning, you may request to be picked up at the bus station to be taken on any of our tours. Night bus companies we recommend: Sinh cafe, Hoang Long, and Camel bus.
Source: Quanh Binh Tourism