Tra Que village is a small village located at a distance of 3 kilometers from the popular tourist destination of Hoi An. It surrounded by the De Vong River and the Tra Que Alga Pond.
The name Tra Que is commonly translated as “Camellia Cinnamon.” Before that, the village was known as Nhu Que. This is because of the rich soil, mild climate, and a special type of algae that the farmers found in Tra Que lagoon to help with farming. Organic produce is truly one of the unique factors that gives the vegetables and herbs in Tra Que village their distinct flavor.
The Tra Que villagers are happy and flourishing due to the community-based projects taking place in the village. Travel agencies are regularly coming up with tours to this beautiful village. Increased tourism has helped the farmers to earn a good living. In such tours, the visitors mingle with the local farmers and gain first-hand learning experience of farming.
There are a number of things you can do in Tra Que herb village. You will be able to witness the vibe of a village and grow lip-smacking vegetables. In fields, you will watch the farmers go about their daily tasks: raking the ground, sowing, watering and picking vegetables.
For a real hands-on experience, we recommend a half-day or a full-day tour in Tra Que vegetable village that covers all farming activities. You will talk and have a cup of green tea with farmers to reveal the family gardening techniques that passed on from generations. For culinary lovers, you can take part in a cooking demonstration and prepare a few tasty and mouthwatering local dishes at a restaurant by the river. You can opt to walk alongside the riverbanks or take a food bath with ginger and mugwort medicinal herbs.
For this tour, you will bicycle to reach the fields. We can arrange car or motorbike instead of a bicycle. Let us know if you are looking for a different tour that meets your requirements. We will prepare a tailormade tour for you to consider.