Da Nang to Phong Nha Private Car

Danang to Phong Nha by private car transfer is the best option to travel from Da Nang city to Phong Nha town with an English-speaking driver. This is a door-to-door transfer service with fabulous natural landscapes and historical stops en route. All you need is to enjoy a comfortable and flexible ride with our new, modern Danang private car.

The Da Nang to Phong Nha distance about is 342km and there are some different ways to travel such as Da Nang to Phong Nha bus, train from Da Nang to Phong Nha. The Da Nang to Phong Nha by private car with an English speaking driver will takes us 6 hours driving.

It is not only a door to door transfer service from Da Nang or anywhere in Da Nang city to Phong Nha Town but also it is a sightseeing tour. Da Nang to Phong Nha by private car is the best option to travel from Da Nang to the Phong Nha- Ke Bang National park area.


We would like to suggest you depart in the morning and arrive in the afternoon. Besides, you can spend your time visiting Hue City or DMZ in Quang Tri Province en route. Of course, the price will change a little. The distance from Da Nang to Phong Nha National Park is 342km – 7 hours driving by Danang Driving Tour.

We will go over Hai Van Pass – Sea Cloudy Pass with 20km in length. This is the natural border between Da Nang and Hue. We will take a short rest on the top of the pass to have a cup of Vietnamese coffee and take a panorama view of Da Nang City from the position of 500m above sea level.

After passing through Hai Van Pass, we will reach Hue City. If you are a history buff, or simply love discovering exotic cultures, Hue- Vietnam’s former Royal Capital is definitely on the top list of your travel plan. The city represents the outstanding demonstration of the power of the vanished Vietnamese feudal empire, including a complex of monuments, tombs, and pagodas that attract tourists coming from all over the world.

Continue your trip to La Vang Church. The church is highlighted by the Shrine of Our Lady of La Vang (Mother Maria). The legend has it that Christians sought refuge in the rainforests of La Vang in Quang Tri Province Vietnam, and many became very ill. Whilst hiding in the jungle, the community gathered every night at the foot of a tree to pray the rosary, and one night in 1798, in the branches of the tree a lady appeared, wearing the traditional Vietnamese Ao Dai (long dress) and holding a child in her arms, with two angels beside her.

The final destination you can visit is the Hien Luong Bridge. Hien Luong Bridge across the Ben Hai river formed part of the border between North and South Vietnam from 1954 until reunification and was thus a crucial spot in the DMZ. Today it is maintained as a major national monument for the reunification of Vietnam at the end of the Vietnam War. And there’s also a museum, propaganda war remnants, and two memorials.

Finally, we will drop you off at your hotel in Phong Nha center, and settle payment to our driver. Hope you got a wonderful trip with us!


  • Modern and new private car.
  • Basic English speaking driver.
  • Door to door service.
  • Petrol, all tolls and parking fees.
  • Bottled water in car.


  • All entrance fees.
  • Personal expenses, Gratuities.

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