Central Coast Vietnam – Central Highlands is closely associated with the Southward march of our ancestors and its values of patriotism, indomitable willpower, faithfulness and self-reliance.
Central Vietnam is a narrow strip of coastal land, which has long been famous for its rich history, ancient culture. It was located between Champa kingdom and Dai Viet realm. Central Vietnam charms tourists with its pristine beautiful beaches like My Khe (Danang), Lang Co (Thua Thien – Hue), Nha Trang (Khanh Hoa), the Middle World Heritage Road which links World Heritage sites in central region including the charming old town of Hoi An, My Son Sanctuary and Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park. Tourists are also deeply impressed by folklore culture, especially charming and rustic folk music and dances…
Central Highlands is home to the space of gong culture, the epic of Dam San, the passionate flavor of coffee, red basalt along with vast green rubber fields, majestic waterfalls amidst Truong Son ranges of mountains, jars of wine drunk through pipes and scared communal houses. There are so many things, which await you to explore.
Every year tourists flock to Central Vietnam and Highlands to take part in famous festivals such as Hue Festival, Quang Nam Heritage Itinerary Festival, Nha Trang Sea Festival, Danang International Fireworks Competion, Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival, Da Lat Flower Festival and Gong Festival in Central Highlands. Such great events help promote tourism in Central Vietnam and Central Highlands in particular and Vietnam in general.
Undoubtedly, Central Vietnam and Highlands own great potential to develop tourism. The Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism put a primary focus on developing cultural and sea tourism products in Central Vietnam and Highlands. A forecast showed that the number of visitors to provinces of Central Highlands and Central Coastal Vietnam continued to increase significantly in the near future.
Central coastal provinces serve as the gateway to the sea in Central Highlands. Tourism development in two geographical areas requires a combination of regional factors to create tourism product in order to meet diverse customers’ needs and expectations.
Eviva Tour Vietnam believes that National Tourism Year 2016 with the theme “Moutains and Forests in Central Highlands” will boost up tourism in Central Highlands in particular and Central Vietnam in general.