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Tra Que and Rice Paddy Day Trip from Da Nang

Price USD$147.00


Tra Que and Rice Paddy Day Trip from Da Nang
Rice is an important staple in Vietnam but do you have any idea how much work is carried out to transform it from a plant to the food on your plate? You?ll find out on this tour and be an expert on this topic by the end of the day.

Your guide will pick you up at your hotel and transfer to Hoi An town. This tour will give you the opportunity to go into rice paddies with the local farmers.

Bike to the countryside crossing though rice paddies and enjoy the fresh air. Meet the local farmers, discuss about the daily life of local farming and enjoy a cup of tea with the farmers in the middle of the rice paddy field. Wear farming clothes before getting into the muddy rice field. Tour guide will provide introduction and explanation about the process of the rice and how to grow it in wet field. Take part in the farm work to learn how to grow rice with water buffalo plow and use an agricultural water system. Transplant baby wet rice at the rice paddy field. Enjoy riding the water buffalo in a small pond at a rice farm. Have a local meal with the local farmer in their home.

In the afternoon, you will continue with an exciting bicycle ride to a local farm in Tra Que Village. Take a trip around the vegetable garden and join the farmers in preparing the land and fertilizing it with seaweed from the local lake. Other activities will include: raking, sowing, watering greens, picking greens and much more. After spending time with the farmers, you will use the rest of the day working the land until time to prepare some special foods with a local family. You will enjoy the ?Tam Huu? spring roll and ?Banh Xeo?, the local pancake from the central region of Vietnam. This tour gives you a real life glimpse into the traditional living style of the people in this village. After, you will be returned to your hotel.

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Rice is an important staple in Vietnam but do you have any idea how much work is carried out to transform it from a plant to the food on your plate? You?ll find out on this tour and be an expert on this topic by the end of the day.