There are two ways to travel by public transport from Hoi An to Phong Nha. 1. Take a bus to Da Nang, then a train to Dong Hoi, and then a bus to Phong Nha. 2. Take a direct bus to Phong Nha.
Bus Times from Hoi An to Phong Nha
There are currently 12 bus services a day from Hoi An to Phong Nha available to book online.
|Hoi An||Phong Nha||Cost||Company|
|12:40||21:40||$ 17||Techbus VN JSC|
|12:45||20:45||$ 15||Techbus VN JSC|
|12:50||20:50||$ 18||Full Moon Party Tour|
|13:00||22:00||$ 15||Techbus VN JSC|
|13:00||21:00||$ 18||Full Moon Party Tour|
|13:10||22:10||$ 17||Techbus VN JSC|
|13:10||21:10||$ 18||Full Moon Party Tour|
|13:30||21:00||$ 12||Queen Cafe Bus|
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Hoi An Bus Stop
Grouptour bus services from Hoi An to Phong Nha depart from 125-123 Tôn Đức Thắng, Tân An, Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam.
Phong Nha Bus Stop
Grouptour bus services from Hoi An to Phong Nha terminate near Central Backpackers Hostel in Phong Nha.
About travel to Phong Nha
The main reason most tourists come to Phong Nha is to visit the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park.
Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park
The Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park is a protected area covering 857.54 square kilometres, which is itself a small part of a limestone mountain range covering more than 4,000 square kilometres stretching across the border into Laos.
The Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park is an area of immense natural beauty and ecological diversity. The forested hills and numerous waterways support at 154 species of mammals, 117 species of reptiles, 58 species of amphibians, 314 species of birds and 170 types of fish. Hiking, mountain biking and boat tours are all available, and for exploration deep into the park we recommend joining a tour or hiring the services of guide as its easy to get lost in the jungle.
Caves in Phong Nha
What the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park is most famous for, however, is what lies below ground. Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park has the largest caves in the world, including the largest known cave in the world, Son Doong cave. S
on Doong, and the other very large caves in the park such as Hang En, Tu Lan and Hang Va, are a long way from a road and in order to reach them you need to undertake a multi-day hiking and camping trip. Organised trips cost the equivalent of several hundred dollars, and more if you want to travel deep into the caves systems.
A cheaper option is to visit the still impressive Phong Nha Cave, which you reach by boat on an inexpensive day trip.