Dalat - Central Highlands - Saigon (4 days 3 nights)
*Day 1: Dalat – Lak lake: (160km)
Before hitting the roads, we will visit the Crazy house, a pinturesque hotel-museum in Dalat. Then we start our first day driving along the mountain paths, stopping along the way to visit local workshops such as a mushroom farm, and a silk factory. The Happy Buddha also awaits us with his big smile. After a mouth-watering lunch, we will drive along the Jungle way stopping over to see coffee plantations and the beautiful Elephant fall. From there, we drive directly to Lak Lake, staying overnight with a local family in a M’nong hill tribe typical longhouse.
*Day 2: Lak lake – Draysap and Draynu falls: (120km)
Walking up in Lak lake is like getting back to the past. Take an early morning walk in the village to appreciate the local daily life, learning about their customs and culture. You also have the option to go for an elephant ride around the village (extra charge applies). Leaving Lak Lake, we are now on our way to Buon Me Thuot City, where we will have lunch 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 trekking in the jungle followed by a swim and natural spa in Gia Long fall. Overnight stay in a bungalow near the waterfalls or in a 2-star hotel in B.M.T city, your choice.
*Day 3: Draysap and Draynu falls – HoChiMinh trail: (220km)
Today we inmerse ourselves in the famous Ho Chi Minh trail and its magnific scenery. Our stops today include visits to rubber, peper, coffee and curry plantations. We will get as close as it gets to the Cambodian border on the real war remmant HCM trail.And we are going to drive along the border bell to Dong Xoai city. Overnight in a cozy guesthouse at Dongxoai, a border town.
*Day 4: Dong Xoai town – Saigon: (180km)
On our way to Saigon, we visit the famous Cu Chi tunnels, immense network of connecting underground tunnels stretching for over 200kms. Location of severe military campaigns, these tunnels played a vital part in the war. Riding down to the city, the hustle and bustle of Saigon awaits you after that. Check in the hotel and end of the trip.
Tour Cost includes:
* Isurance is being paid for you during the ride. * Motorbike + gas + roll fees. * Sightseeing fees * Boat trip * Tour guide * Water & Snacks * First-aid kit * Entrance fees & Sightseeing fees/tickets and accommodation.
Sit with rider
5% Discount available for: Students with valid student card, Red Cross Members and people who have a card to prove they are members of a local motorbike club.
We'll pick you up at any hotel and anywhere
What To Bring? We suggest for motorcycle touring with these items:
-CLOTHING: rain gloves, Wellington boots (rubber boots for rainy season from April to September), summer gloves, balaclava, t-shirts, socks & underwear, long sleeved shirts, turtleneck shirts, extra jeans, a light jacket, leather chaps, zip-lock bags, riding boots, bandanas, sunglasses and goggles.
- PERSONAL ITEMS: original Passport, basic toiletries, emergency cash, sunscreen and earplugs.
- EMERGENCY ITEMS: a first aid kit, emergency contact number, list medical conditions, list medications, a flashlight, chargers and a duct tape.
- MISCELLANEOUS : a small towel, a bath towel, trash bags, camera and cargo net...and probably some gifts for children.
Remember that while these are our most famous tours, we can of course customize any itinerary to suit your travels. Feel free to contact Dalat Easy Riders to discuss your plans!