Mui Ne - Dalat (4 days 3 nights) - Mui ne – Di Linh Town – Dakmil Town – Lak Lake – Dalat
We drive through the forest path – without many traffic and tourists. Central Highland, you’ll visit the most beautiful sceneries of Highland, explore the various customs, culture of minority hill tribes and natural Truong Son Mountain Range – The vestige vietnamese war on Ho Chi Minh trail.
1st day: Depart from Mui Ne to Di Linh - Stop over at Muine fishing village - Fairy stream - Enjoy the sand dunes (red and white) - Go to visit and enjoy the dragon fruit at the local`s farm. - Trekking around on small trail in the forest to enjoy the fresh air there. - Enjoy the view on the mountain way - Continue traveling to the Central Highland and stop in the K’ho ethnic minority village to learn about the culture of their wild life
2nd day: Depart from Di Linh to Dakmil - Visit bauxite factory - Stop at the minority village( Ma people) to visit and understand more about the culture and custom of local people - Follow the small trail through national park, walking and enjoying the spectacular view, by the way tasting fresh air - Visit passion fruit farm - Via Bao Loc town (the homeland of tea in south Vietnam) to have a chance to taste the best green tea in Vietnam - Stop at the Rubber tree, pepper and cashew plantations - Visit chopstick factory - See hydro electric power station - Over night at Dakmil Town “ the border town”
3rd day: Depart from Dakmil to Lak lake Continue follow Ho Chi Minh road. to enjoy : - Dray Sap, Dray Nu falls - Jump to swim in Fairy pool, take a water massage from waterfall. From the waterfall for Lak Lake ( the natural Lake in central highland) - Trekking to the top of the Elephant rock mountain - Take photo of people farming and fishing - Visit to the Jun Minority Village. Acommodation is in a choice of traditional Rong house or modern bungalow right on the shore of Lak lake, so that you enjoy the breathtaking scenery and watch the ethnic minority fishermen checking their nets. Keep in touch with the minority people ( M’nong people) do trekking in and seeing another village or elephant riding is available through more picturesque landscape of natural Lak Lake in central highlands.( extra pay) During the night, you can join in the local life-style of ‘Jun’ minority village: drinkng, taking, music .. etc
4th day: Depart from Lak lake to Da Lat - We drive through the forest path without many traffic and tourists. Where you visit the most beautiful countryside sceneries and even join in the local people’s life-style. - Trekking through the jungle - Elephant waterfall - Visit silkworm factory - Rice wine making - Mushroom farm - Tea & coffee plantations - Visit the flower garden. - Crazy house - We’ll finish in Dalat around 5 p.m
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 Vietnam Motorbike Tours to discuss your plans!