Ancient and peaceful, Hoi An is one of the most popular destinations in Vietnam that caters to travellers of all tastes and across the continents. The little town is just the perfect candidate of what Vietnam tourism ministry is aiming to show to the world.

Vietnam’s Hue Citadel has existed for more than two centuries since 1802. Hue Citadel is a large space, the most important place of Nguyen Dynasty. Presently, Hue city still retains many architectural works, temples, palaces with outstanding cultural and architectural values. Hue Citadel, underwent many ups and downs, still exists and affirms its beauty in modern day. During 143 years under the reign of Nguyen Dynasty, it was a dynamic and prosperous place, also a place to witness war. And this place was also the cultural center of Vietnam at that time, with the architecture of many palaces, ancient tombs in magnificent majesty. The historic complex of the ancient capital Hue of Vietnam was recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage site in 1993


Time: March 4 - 9, 2024 (Available)


  • Price: Group tour

              - Price: 1,300 USD /person

              - Group size: 4 persons max

  • Price: Private tour

              - 1 Person: 1,650 USD 

              - 2 Persons: 1,500 USD

              - 3 Persons: 1,200 USD 


DAY 1 : 

  • Pick the guests up at Danang International Airport (depending on your departure time).
  • Visit to take photos of Danang city (the bridges passing over Han river, the crowded quarters, etc.). Gather to introduce image and journey of photo tours - dinner - rest.

DAY 2 :

  • 4:00 - Take photos of dawn at Son Tra Peninsula towards the East Sea. 
  • 7:30 - Have breakfast at the hotel. Check out and travel by private car to Hoi An old Quarter ( 40km) 
  • 2:00 - Check-in at the hotel in Hoi An ( 3 stars - 4 stars ) ( 1 night ) 
  • 15:00 - Take portrait photos of gardeners in Tra Que - Hoi An  
  • 18:00 - Have dinner at the Old Town and then go for a walk to take photos of light roads with featured lanterns which is the unique characteristic of Hoi An

DAY 3 :

  • 4:00 Travel by ship on Hoai River, and Thu Bon River to sea gate (Cua Dai)  .. take photos of very beautiful dawn at intersection between Thu Bon river and Cua Dai River of Hoi An – and take photos of a village of fishers who harvest of much seafood after 1 fishing night and then sell them seaside. A bustling scene of sales by local people.
  • 7: 30 Back to hotel to have breakfast and continue to take photos of roads in the Old Quarter in the deserted morning. All activities of local people in the Old quarter occur peaceful and quietly.
  • After breakfast , then take photos of activities of local people in the Old Quarter 
  • Hoi An Market also locates on the main road of Old Quarter where you can take photos of the elders selling vegetables, meat, fishes and foods for their daily life.
  • 16:00-18:30  take photos of sunset at the suburban of Hoi An with village roads, bamboo bridges passing river and people back to home after one working day from farm.

DAY 4 :

  • 4:00 take photos of dawn at the fishing village of Hoi An South. The activities of seafood sales occur up all night at the seaside.
  • 8:00 Have breakfast in the hotel
  • 10:00 Check-out and travel to Hue by private car( 3h/ 121,3 km)  - Take photos of living activities of local people on the way .
  • 13:00 Check-in at Hue hotel ( 4 stars ) 
  • 16:00 Take photos of girls dropping paper lanterns on a river and praying on a small boat - make a charming, poetic and romantic scene.
  • 19:00  Have dinner - the local special foods  

DAY 5:

  • 4:00 take photos of dawn at Tam Giang Lagoon - A beautiful scene when sun just appeared and small fishing boats all night on the lagoon return to the shore to sell the seafood they caught. Tam Giang Lagoon is a unique landscape in Hue - Vietnam - The beauty here will surely attract you to immerse yourself in your camera.
  • 7:30 Back to hotel to have breakfast 
  • 9:00 Take photos of Tombs of the Old Kings and the girls in traditional ao dai that is the highlight for your artworks 
  • 12:00 Have lunch 
  • 16:00-18:00 Take photos of a memorial temple in a flickering candle light with young women praying in the night.
  • 19:00 Have dinner 

DAY 6:

  • 5:00- 6:00  Take photos of fishermen who throw fishing nets like art dancers .
  • 7:00 Take photos of girls with a slender ao dai on the Trang Tien Bridge (Trang Tien Bridge is one of long-standing special architectures in Hue) 
  • 8:00 Have breakfast and then check-out 
  • 9:00 Take photos of Hue Citadel with girls in traditional Ao Dai . 
  • 12:00 Have farewell lunch for end of journey and travel to Danang and move to Danang International Airport (depending on your departure time) 

What’s Included in the tour?


- Transportation

- Photographer and English-speaking guide/ Korean interpreter

- Accommodation

- All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

- Bottled water throughout the trip

- Entrance fees

- Local models & village donations


- International flights

- Vietnam Visa fee

- Drinks/ Snacks

- Personal expenses

- Trip cancellation

- Medical insurance

- Gratuities for hotel services, drivers, photo tour leaders and local guides

Guest benefits

The program is organized thoughtfully, properly informed plan.

A good guide to take photos, have beautiful photo works.

Photoshop tutorials: Quick photo editing.

Experience a meaningful journey

Professional photography guides.

Landmark features



Hoi An, once a major Southeast Asian trading post in the 16th and 17th centuries, is basically a living museum that houses old-town architecture.Some notable heritage buildings include Chinese temples, a Japanese-designed bridge, pagodas, wooden shop-houses, French-colonial houses, and old canals. Although large-scale trading had long moved elsewhere, Hoi An has been successful in preserving and restoring its charming roots and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in December 1999.
Hoi An Riverside is the best place to be at night as the area is lit by quaint and old-fashioned lanterns, making it an atmospheric and beautiful spot.
All key characteristics that draw photographers  to this picturesque town.



Hue, located on the banks of the Huong River, (aka the Perfume River) is about three hours north of Da Nang. Among the most impressive monuments in this former grand imperial capital are the Ngo Mon Gate of the imperial city which once was exclusively used by the royal family and their eunuch servants, the tomb of Emperor Minh Mang as well as the tomb of Emperor Tu Duc.
The Complex of Hue Monuments is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Hue was founded as the Vietnam capital city by Gia Long, the first king of the Nguyen Dynasty in 1802. It held this position for nine Nguyen dynasties until 1945.



The coastal plain of Thua Thien – Hue has many lagoons such as Tam Giang, Thanh Lam, Thuy Tu, Cau Hai, and Lap An. This is a gathering of all the rivers before flowing into the sea. Among them, the Tam Giang lagoon may be the most famous lagoon that attracts a lot of visitors every year. The lagoon is famous and attractive because of not only its beauty but also the local people with the customs, beliefs, which brings this lagoon a “hidden beauty” of both material and spiritual.



In the land of rain and sunshine, the pannier seller also looks respectable. In a faded ao dai because of hard work, patched for lack of fabric or sewing with precious velvet, the women are still elegant, light like clouds, gentle as rice, fragrant as summer lotus in the pond and lake of the Ancient Capital.
Located in the middle of Vietnam stretching the S-shape, Hue belongs to central Vietnam. Hue has beautiful landscapes, Hue has good food. Whether you are a traveler, a writer, a musician, a photographer, who come to Hue but do not see Hue girls with a slender ao dai and a conical hat, your trip is meaningless and you will not bring “Hue” back home with you.