Start your day with a flexible starting time as your friendly driver/guide meets you, and helps you into your air-conditioned, private vehicle. After a short meet and greet, your first destination of the day will be the Tra Que Vegetable Village. Located roughly 3km from Hoi An City, this small, quaint village is famous for producing over 20 kinds of vegetables and herbs, supplying organic vegetables for Hoi An City and other nearby cities. Visiting Tra Que Village, not only will you enjoy the fresh, peaceful atmosphere, but you'll also have a chance to try your hand at local farming. You will gain some insight into the daily practices of the farmers, such as raking the soil, watering, picking vegetables, and many other interesting activities that will bring you an unforgettable experience.
Continue on your tour to Cam Thanh Water Coconut Village. Cam Thanh, located about 5km from Hoi An, is a typical Vietnamese rural village. Recently, thanks to many eco-tours to villages in Hoi An, Cam Thanh with its beautiful water coconut palm forest has become a favorite spot for tourists. Upon arrival to the village, you can take a stunning small bamboo boat ride, deeper through the coconut palm forest and witness its natural beauty. Whilst on the ride, you'll get to see the local villagers at work. Whilst here, you'll also get the chance to take a cooking class at the home of a local family and enjoy a spot of lunch whilst you are there.
The next destination of the tour is Thanh Ha Pottery Village, located near Thu Bon river and 3km from the ancient town. Thanh Ha Pottery Village has been formed and developed for over 500-years, since Hoi An became a busy trading port. Whilst visiting the village, you can get the chance to observe local craftsmen using traditional techniques to make potteries. You can also try to make your own pottery or collect souvenirs from the skilful craftsmen. The final destination is My Son Sanctuary, a cluster of abandoned and partially ruined Hindu temples constructed between the 4th and 14th-century by the Kings of Cham. The My Son temple complex is one of the foremost temple complexes of Hinduism in South East Asia and is the foremost heritage site of the nature in Vietnam. It is often compared with other historical temple complexes in Southeast Asia such as Java in Indonesia, Angkor Wat of Cambodia and Bagan of Myanmar.