Saigon – Central Highlands – Dalat (5 days 4 nights)
Day 1: Saigon – Ben Tre ( 140 km – 4 hours ride)
You will leave the busy Saigon for Can Tho, on the way you will visit and learn how to make the well-known Go Den rice-wine and get to try it for yourself. Next on to Song Hau where you will explore the fruit plantations where they have various kinds of fruit that you find in the tropical area of the Mekong Delta. Last, you will visit the traditional ceramics and incense village. Traveling through the flat area to enjoy the breath-taking view of the rice fields before overnight in Ben Tre.
Day 2: Ben Tre – Dong Xoai ( 190 km – 5 hours ride)
Leave Ben Tre for Dong Xoai, visit ancient pagoda, Cao Dai Temple,…etc. Stop in the local village to learn how the locals make rice papers, noodle, mat,… Head to the Ho Chi Minh trail to learn more about the Civil War of Vietnam before 1975 as well as enjoy the beautiful scenery of the area, visit the local farms before arrive in Dong Xoai around 5 p.m
Day 3: Dong Xoai – Cu Jut ( 210 km – 6 hours ride)
Continue following the Ho Chi Minh trail to Soc Bom Bo village to enjoy the hospitable nature of Ede Ethnic Minority people as well as their culture. Stop in local village to see how locals make another kind of rice wine,… and then visit cashew nut and rubber plantations before heading to Cu Jut and stay overnight in the bungalow next to Virgin waterfall
Day 4: Cu Jut – Lak Lake ( 100 km – 3 hours ride)
Traveling to one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Vietnam: Dray Nu and Dray Sap falls, dip your body in the Fairy Pool to cool you down before trekking to the top of elephant mountain to enjoy the panoramic views of the area, and then travel to Lak Lake before the sunset to have some great shots of M’nong Ethnic minority’s fishermen on the lake. Overnight in Lak lake where you can choose to do homestay or stay in the guesthouse.
Day 5: Lak Lake – Dalat ( 165 km – 5 hours ride)
You can ride elephant or boat to pass the Lake to visit M’lieng ethnic minority viilage and then explore Jun village to learn more about the rural life of M’nong tribe. Stop at foot of the mountain to see how locals make chopsticks,…and the farmers who cultivate goods on their lands such as flowers, coffee, tea, mushrooms, vegetables, then head to Dalat and visit the highlights of Dalat such as Crazy House, Dragon Pagoda, Former Railway Station,… arrive in Dalat around 5p.m. Finish the tour
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.
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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 Easy Riders to discuss your plans!