Tour tại điểm đến – Phú Yên

Tour tại điểm đến – Phú Yên

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Từ sau bộ phim “Tôi thấy hoa vàng trên cỏ xanh”, Phú Yên được ví như nàng công chúa xinh đẹp vừa được đánh thức. Nơi đây nổi tiếng không chỉ vì những địa điểm du lịch cực đẹp và hoang sơ mà còn vì hàng loạt những món ăn ngon giá hạt dẻ. Trong hành trình này, chúng ta hãy cùng kiểm chứng điều này nhé!

Đồng hành cùng các bạn trong chuyến đi này chính là anh chàng Khang Cường. Là một “ma xó” chính hiệu của vùng đất Phú Yên, Khang Cường nắm trọn Phú Yên trong tầm tay với những điểm đến thú vị, những món ăn ngon hấp dẫn mà ít ai biết đến.

Chia sẻ

Ngày 1

Cầu Ông Cọp – Gành Đá Đĩa, Gành Đèn – Nhà thờ Mằng Lăng – Tuy Hòa

6h30: Đến Phú Yên, ta nhất định phải thưởng thức món Cơm gà trứ danh tại quán cơm huyền thoại Tuyết Nhung nhé.
7h30: Xuất phát đến Cầu Ông Cọp – cây cầu làm thủ công bằng gỗ dài nhất Việt Nam với câu chuyện tháo cầu, dựng cầu kỳ lạ và công phu khó tin.
10h00: Tiếp theo hãy đến Gành Đá Đĩa – niềm tự hào của Phú Yên nhé. Những khối đá trầm tích được khéo léo sắp xếp thành từng cột, từng cột san sát nhau tạo nên một dải đá chắn sóng vững chãi. Đặc biệt, đây chính là gành đá có cấu trúc đẹp nhất và đồ sộ nhất trong sô 4 gành đá hiếm hoi trên thế giới. Đã ghé Gành Đá Đĩa thì không thể nào quên người anh em Gành Đèn, trần trụi, cô đơn nhưng vô cùng kiêu hãnh.

12h: Giờ là lúc chúng ta cùng thưởng thức bữa trưa thịnh soạn đầy đủ hải vị và cả sự ấm cúng tại gia đình một ngư dân. Có những món nghe qua rất lạ như Cá Bò Gù da dai, thịt dòn bùi, và bao giờ cũng là món hết đầu tiên trong bữa ăn.
14h: Giờ thì cùng leo lên xe máy để xuất phát đến nhà thờ Mằng Lăng – nơi lưu giữ cuốn sách bằng chữ Quốc ngữ đầu tiên của Việt Nam nào! Những phông nền trắng xám rêu phong bạc màu, tường vàng thần thánh kết hợp với lối kiến trúc phương tây, từng ô cửa sổ, từng lối đi chắc chắn sẽ cho các bạn những bức ảnh cực chất.
16h00: Tiếp tục chuyến du thực Tuy Hòa với những món ăn khác đang chờ đợi như bánh canh chả cá có tính gây nghiện cao, bao giờ cũng ngun ngút khách; nem dông chả dông ăn xong là muốn mua về làm quà; bánh bèo nóng chân Núi Nhạn mới ra lò vừa nóng, vừa thơm mùi bột gạo, “topping” là hạt bánh mì, chà bông, dầu hành.

Ngày 2

Mũi Đại Lãnh – Bãi Môn – Bãi Xép, chùa Thanh Lương – Tuy Hòa

8h00: Di chuyển đến ngọn hải đăng và Mũi Điện. Tại đây ta sẽ sung sướng khi được thu trọn vào tầm mắt cả khung cảnh bao la, hùng vĩ, đặc biệt là quang cảnh hòn lửa từ từ xuất hiện với những vệt nắng sáng cả 1 vùng trời. Được ngắm bình minh cũng là mục tiêu của du khách khi đặt chân đến Phú Yên.

11h00: Sau đó, chúng ta sẽ đến Bãi Môn. Với bãi cát dài, rộng và sạch sẽ, nước biển êm, xanh trong, ra phía xa hơn 20m mà nước vẫn cạn. Đây là bãi biển đẹp nhất nhì Phú Yên. Chúng ta sẽ cùng ăn trưa bằng bữa cơm đầy đủ hương rừng, vị biển do chính người dân địa phương chuẩn bị.
14h00: Điểm đến tiếp theo chính là Chùa Thanh Lương. Chùa được xây dựng với nét kết hợp hài hòa giữa văn hóa yên bình vùng biển thông qua hình ảnh gáo dừa và San hô biển. Xế chiều ta sẽ ghé một nơi mà ai-cũng-biết-là- đâu – Bãi Xép. Dưới đồi cỏ thì biển xanh cát vàng. Bước lên đồng xanh thì cả 1 vùng trời để sống ảo. Cầu duyên thoát kiếp FA đã xong, chúng ta sẽ đến một nơi mà ai-cũng-biết-là-đâu – Bãi Xép – Hoa vàng có xanh. Dưới đồi cỏ thì biển xanh cát vàng. Bước lên đồng xanh thì cả 1 vùng trời để sống ảo.
16h00: Trở lại Tuy Hòa, ta cùng lót dạ nhẹ nhàng với những món ăn nức tiếng xứ Nẫu.
17h30: Hành trình đến đây là kết thúc rồi, ta cùng lên xe về Sài Gòn và hẹn ngày quay lại Phú Yên xinh đẹp thôi.

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  • Trẻ em 10 – 15 tuổi: 50%

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Tour information

Preparation
Annapurna Base Camp trek will take you over varied terrain, and you’ll hike around 4 - 8 hours per day. We recommend preparing physically for hiking through regular walking, biking, or hiking. The better physical condition you have, the more you get out of hiking. The highest point on the trek is 4145 meters above sea level.

 

A typical trekking day
A typical trekking day starts around 7.00 in the morning. This is followed by packing the equipment. We discuss the upcoming trekking day over breakfast. Hiking begins after breakfast, around 8.00 AM. Warm lunch is served around noon and the afternoon hiking portion is usually shorter than in the morning. During the hike, everyone can walk at their own pace. Your local guide always walks in front of the group, and the tour leader behind the last person. When you arrive at your accommodation, it’s time for relaxation and a shower. Dinner is usually served around 19.00.-20.00 in the evening, and your tour leader will go over the next day’s route during that.

Visa and permit information
Nepal visa will be redeemed on arrival in Nepal. You will need one passport photo and a passport that’s valid at least six (6) months after the trip. The Nepalese visa costs around 25 USD for less than 15 days, and 40 USD for stays from 15 to 30 days. The visa will be for paid in cash upon arrival at the airport.

Hiking Permits are purchased on your behalf and are included in the tour price. For this, it is important for you to upload a copy of your passport to your account’s information page. If this is not possible, you are always welcome to send the copy in PDF or image (JPG) format to [email protected]

Check that the primary vaccinations, polio, and tetanus are valid during the trip. Travelers to Nepal and India are recommended to get vaccinated for Hepatitis A. Malaria is found only in low-lying areas of southern Nepal. For more information about vaccinations, please consult your doctor.

On all trekking and climbing trips in Nepal, you need travel insurance to cover ill-health in addition to helicopter evacuation and repatriation moving more than 3000 meters of altitude. We also recommend checking the coverage of your travel cancellation insurance.

 

Equipment
Every person should have no more than 15 kg of equipment with them on the trek. The equipment should also include a sleeping bag and an inflatable mattress. You can leave everything that you won’t need on a trek in the hotel.

Bottled drinking water can be purchased in the cities. Please remember to take your own refillable water bottle on the trek as purchasing water is not possible. During daily hikes you can drink by boiled purified water, which is sold at the guesthouses or use water purification tablets that can be purchased on site. Both of these options are safe.

Money
Nepal's currency is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR). There are ATMs in Kathmandu that take Visa, Mastercard, and Visa Electron cards if you wish to take cash out in Nepal. Money can be exchanged at exchange offices locally.

Please make sure to have € 20-25 per day for meals not included in the package. Also, remember to have money for visa and tipping purposes.

The tipping culture in Nepal does not have any strict rules. However, it is good to remember that it is always voluntary. If the service has been good at a restaurant, it is polite to leave 5-15% of the total bill. The general tipping amount considered polite for your mountain guides is around €5 per day.

 

Language
There are more than 100 different languages spoken in the country. Nepal's three main languages are Nepali, Maithili, and Bhojpuri. English is spoken in most tourist areas and if need of help, ask your local guide to translate.

 

Weather in Nepal
The climate in Nepal varies from tropical to arctic. The south and central Nepal have a tropical climate. Daily temperatures vary during the trekking seasons between 20-35 degrees Celsius, but evenings can be cool. Nestled in the mountains, over 3000 meters of altitude, the night temperature may fall at the beginning and the end of the season hiking to below freezing.

The seasons in Nepal can be divided into spring and autumn. There is a lot of snow in the mountains during spring and magnolias, and rhododendrons are in bloom. The sky is often clear in the mornings and clouds start to form in the afternoon. The monsoon season in Nepal begins in June and continues until mid-September. The autumn tourist season in Nepal starts in mid-September and runs until the end of November.


Equipment List
The following list of equipment is recommended:

  • Hiking boots
  • Jogging shoes / hiking sandals
  • Hiking Socks (3 pairs)
  • Warm socks for the climbing portion
  • Moisture-wicking sports shirt (2 shirts)
  • Light hiking pants
  • Shell jacket (e.g., Gore-Tex or similar)
  • Shell Pants (e.g., Gore-Tex or similar)
  • Fleece jacket or equivalent
  • Warm underwear
  • Down or quilted jacket
  • Liners
  • Ax
  • Stocking cap
  • Headgear to protect against the sun / scarf
  • Sunglasses
  • Approximately 30 L daypack
  • Head torch
  • Two 1L water bottles or hydration bladder
  • Sunscreen (SPF min. 20)
  • Lip balm (SPF 30-40)
  • Towel
  • 3-season sleeping bag (comfort temperature of -9 ° C)
  • Inflatable sleeping pad
  • Ear plugs
  • Legwarmers
  • Trekking poles

 

Personal First Aid Kit:

  • Band-Aids
  • Blister medication
  • Ibuprofen
  • Paracetamol
  • Gauze
  • 250 mg antibiotic ciprofloxacin tablets
  • Immodium
  • Acetazolamide 250 mg tablets in case of altitude sickness symptoms

Fact sheet

Disclaimer

Please note that information provided in this fact sheet is subject to change. Faralong.com can not take responsibility for third party information and its changes. However, we do aim to update this page as often as possible. Nevertheless, we strongly encourage to check all important travel info such as visa regulations and travel info from the respective channels in your country.

Tour Provided

The name, address and emergency contact numbers of the local tour operator will be released to the clients after the final payment has been done.

We would like to assure you that all of our partners are well-known and respected in their field of work. Faralong.com is a part of the Summit Travel Group, who has been partnering with these service providers for years.

Service and Physical Activity Levels

Faralong.com’s tours are divided into three Service level categories and five Physical Activity categories:

Service Levels

Basic
Accommodation in simple guesthouses or hotels when away from developed travel areas, or trekking off the beaten track.

Standard
Accommodation in local 3-4* hotels suitable for the destination. All hotel categories are set by the local standards. Please note that in some countries the hotel standards do not coincide with those on an international level.

Comfort
Accommodation in international chain hotels, upmarket lodges or local 4-5* hotels. All hotel categories are set by the local standards. Please note that in some countries the hotel standards do not coincide with those on an international level.

Physical Activity

1 (Easy) - These tours are suitable for everyone and include a decent amount of walking.

2 (Medium) - These tours are suitable for everyone and include day hikes on various terrain, which are normally not mandatory.

3 (Hard) - These tours are suitable for people with an average fitness level and include day hikes and treks to various places, which are a mandatory part of the program.

4 (Very hard) -These tours are suitable for people with an intermediate level of fitness and include challenging treks on various terrain.

5 (Extreme) - These tours are suitable for people who are looking for some serious challenges. Have a good look at the program and do some research before committing to one of these tours.

All necessary information regarding a specific tour is displayed on the tour page.

What's included

All tours on Faralong.com include accommodation, local transport (excluding airport transfers if not stated otherwise), meals as specified, English speaking guide and all entrance fees.

If there are any changes to the inclusions, then they are all noted on the tour page.

What's not included

None of the tours on Faralong.com include international flights to/from the destination, travel insurance (mandatory), visas if necessary, gratuities to local staff, personal expenses, optional activities or airport transfers (if not stated otherwise).

If there are any changes to the list of services not included in the tour, then they are all noted on the tour page.

Single Travellers

If you are traveling alone and would like to have your own room, then please add a Single Supplement from the Extra Services when booking or if not available, send us an email at [email protected].

Otherwise, you will be accommodated in the same room with another traveler of the same sex.

Tour Cost and Group Size

The final cost of the tour is determined 45 days before departure when the group is automatically closed. Until that point, in case of vacancies, it is possible to join the group and, therefore, lower the cost for everyone.

The maximum group size is always noted in the pricing scheme on the tour page. Please note that all of our tours are guaranteed from two travelers.

Our pricing scheme applies to private groups as well and no extra charge is applicable. The maximum group size, however, stays the same as stated in the pricing scheme.

Confirmations

All confirmations, joining instructions and tour operator contacts are made available after the final payment has been received by Faralong.com.

If a confirmation is needed for visa application purposes before the final payment has been made then, please let us know by email at [email protected].

Itinerary

The itinerary of a tour can be found on the particular tour page.

Please note that all itineraries are subject to change in case of unforeseen circumstances. The security and well-being of our clients always comes first to us and all of our esteemed partners.

Tour Leader

All tours on Faralong.com include the services of an English-speaking tour leader/guide/driver.

At this point in time, we are unfortunately unable to provide these tours in other languages.

Travel Documents

Please make sure that all of your travel documents are up to date and valid before departure.

Note that in some cases, a passport has to be valid up to 6 months after departing the destination. Be sure to check visa and other travel regulations from your local government offices well in advance.

Health

Please make sure that you check the vaccination requirements or your destination well in advance. Some countries might have mandatory vaccination rules and it is solely up to you to abide to them.

In case of high altitude trekking, please consult your doctor before making a booking. It is important to us and in regards to everyone’s safety that every group member is fit to take on the challenge.

In some cases, Faralong.com is allowed to require a doctor’s note from the client that states their ability to take part in a tour with high physical activity level.

Weather

It is advisable to check the weather forecast of your destination a few days prior to departure.

Problems

Our and our local partners’ goal is to make everything go without any problems. However, sometimes the odds may not be in our favor and something may happen.

In case of problems on the road, please notify your tour guide first. It is important to give the local provider a chance to make things right.

If the problems can not be solved, please let us know by email at [email protected]. Be sure to give us an overview of the problem, your contact details and your booking reference.

In case of emergencies, it is mandatory to call the emergency number of our local tour provider. This number will be given to you with the confirmations and joining instructions, after making the final payment.