Close
  • vi
  • en
  • 06/11/2017

    4 DAYS DALAT – CENTRAL HIGHLAND – MUI NE

     *Day 1: Dalat – Lak Lake (170km)

    We start our first day by visiting local vegetable and flower farms, coffee plantation and weasel coffee. We then continue our first day driving along the mountain paths, stopping along the way to visit: mushroom farm, cricket farm, a silk factory, the beautiful Elephant falls, Linh An Pagoda with the big happy Buddha. After lunch at a local restaurant, we continue driving along the Jungle way to Lak lake. We get on the hill and mountain roads through coffee plantations, primary tropical forests and Majestic Mountain. Stop on the way to visit: nice view of Jungles and pin hills, Krongno River, minority villages, floating fishing village at Namka lake…

    We arrive at Lak Lake in the afternoon. Visiting and meeting local minorities at Lak Lake – which different from those of the northern mountains due to their dark skin and frizzy hair… walking around the village with many opportunities of taking pictures of people farming and fishing, visit M’Lieng village in other side of lake to discover their daily activity in the afternoon.

    Dinner and stay overnight in Lak lake.

     

    *Day 2: Lak Lake – Draysap waterfalls (120km)

    Wake up at Lak lake and Take an early morning walk around minority village to discover their daily activity.

    After breakfast and sightseeing at Lak Lake. You will have the option to go for an Elephant ride across the lake to discover ethnic villages or take Dugout (long trough dug in a tree trunk) on Lake lak – the largest lake in the region (extra charge)

      Leaving Lak Lake, we drive to Buon Ma Thuot; stop on the way to visit rice fields, local brick making factory, hiking up the elephant rock to enjoy the fresh air and observe the scenery of Yangsin national park, rubber and pepper plantation… We will stop to have lunch at Buon Ma Thuot and visit the local market before heading to Draysap waterfall, one of the highlights of Central highlands and the largest in the area. We will do a short trek in the jungle followed by a swim and natural spa in Gia Long fall.  Stay overnight in bungalow near the waterfalls.

    *Day 3: Draysap waterfalls Bao Loc city (210km)

    Today we ride along the famous Ho Chi Minh trail, stopping to see rubber, pepper and curry plantations. The drive take us to beautiful mountain roads where you can admire and take the photos the impressive scenery. Stops on the way to visit some minority villages where children are always curious to play with us. Arrive and Overnight in Bao Loc city.

    *Day 4: Bao Loc city – Dambri waterfalls – Muine (160km)

    We will visit Bao Loc market then drive to Dambri waterfalls, the way to the falls will passing by immense tea and coffee farms. We will stop to visit a quiet beautiful pagoda on the way. We will walk in the rain forest, try the elevator, rolling coaster at the waterfalls… After visit the waterfalls, we will drive along the jungle way, follow the winding roads to the coast and before reaching our final destination, we will visit the famous dragon fruit farm in the area.

       Tour ends around 4:00pm in Mui ne.

         * Tour price$72 usd/person/day

    Group Size :       Minimum 2 persons
    Vehicle:      Car
    Tour type :      Sightseeing, Hiking, Learn about local agriculture & minority villages, religion, waterfalls…
    Destination :      Waterfalls, flower farms, coffee & tea farms, pagodas and zen meditation, minority villages, Mui Ne beach .
    Schedule:      4 Days 3 night
    What to Bring:     Hat, sunscreen, camera and sandals or shoes.
    What is Included:     English (or French) speaking guide, all entrance fees and tourist permits for visiting the villages, 3 nights accommodation, drinking water.
    What is not included:      Lunch, Dinner, personal major medical including evacuation insurance coverage is recommended.

                     This is just one of the typical  tours around Dalat. We will be happy to receive your request by email, as well as to take you to places you’d like. 

    LONG TRIPS Related