Vitours focuses on individuals in helicopter promotion

Vitours focuses on individuals in helicopter promotion

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The Danang-based Vitours, the only travel company offering helicopter tours in the city, has launched a promotional program to try and attract individual travelers instead of giving groups priority.

The promotion program, offering a 10% discount to individual tourists, has been launched to mark the International Fireworks Competition 2011 to take place in the city from April 29 to May 1.

The first promotional tour starts at Danang International Airport, from there tourists see the main attractions of the city from above before landing on the Son Tra Mountain for tourists to explore attractions there by car. The tour costs VND4.99 million per person.

The second tour costs VND5.99 million per traveler and will see them experience Danang from the helicopter before they move to Cham Island in the neighboring province of Quang Nam. On the island, tourists will dive among the magical corals and join other activities.

For further information call (84-511) 3822 142. SGT (Source: SGT)

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