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Easy Rider Tour Saigon/HCMC to Dalat

4 days 3 nights

Ride the scenic coastline and the winding mountain passes of the Central Highlands, where you could enjoy the spectacular landscape, gorgeous views in every turn. Whether you ride pillion on the back of the tour guide's motorbike or you ride by yourself, this beauty will leave speechless with surprises. It's also a great opportunity to explore the rural life of the locals from different regions making their living. All in one, this Saigon to Dalat Easy Rider Tour will be a highlight of your travel in Vietnam!

$300$320


This tour also runs in reverse.

  • 4 Days
  • saigon/ hcmc
  • Min Age : 5+
  • Availability : all year round
  • dalat
  • Max People : 20

Highlights

  • Minh Dam Army Base
  • Stunning Coastal Roads
  • Fishing Village
  • Sand Dunes
  • Winding Mountain Roads
  • Local Cuisine
  • Coffee Plantation
  • Silkworm Village
  • Ethnic Minority Villages
  • Waterfalls
  • Departure

    • Saigon/Ho Chi Minh City
  • Departure Time

    • 08:30 am
  • Price Includes

    • Accommodations (3 nights)
    • Experienced English Speaking Tour Guide
    • Motorbike
    • Helmet
    • Gas/Petrol
    • Entrance Fees
    • Waterproof Bags/Raincoasts
  • Price Excludes

    • Food
    • Drinks
    • Personal Expenses
    • Tips
  • What to Bring

    • Walking Shoes
    • Sunscreen
    • Anti-insect Repellent
    • Sunglasses

Itinerary

Riding out of the bustling Saigon for the countryside, we take the ferry across the scenic Saigon River. We'll continue to ride on the beautiful winding roads alongside the rubber plantations and stop to learn how the locals take latex from the rubber trees. We will then visit Minh Dam Army Base to witness the harsh conditions of the battle between the Americans and Vietnamese during the war before 1975. The Thuong Chieu Monastery Pagoda, a beautifully crafted religious structure, is not to be missed. Take some time to relax as you dip your body in the hot water springs of Binh Chau. Open your mind and enlighten yourself about the wonders of Buddhism with a visit to the historic vestige Dinh Mountain . Ride to the peaceful beach of Long Hai and stay overnight.

Enjoy the great ride along the beautiful coastline, stop at Ke Ga Lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse in South East Asia, to have some great shots of this scenic landscape. On our way riding to Mui Ne, we will stop at Van Thuy Tu Temple to experience the special culture of the local fishermen worshiping the skeleton of an enormous whale. And the ancient Champa Towers are well-worth a visit to learn about the Cham hill tribe and culture. You might want to cool off in the ocean of Mui Ne Beach after a hot day riding. We will enjoy a pleasant night in Mui Ne

Leave Mui Ne in the early morning to visit the highlights of the area such as: Fishing Village, Fairy Springs, Red Canyon, White Sand Dunes. Get back on the motorbike and ride through the dragon fruit farms, you might want to get some of these fresh fruits and try them for yourself. We continue to ride to the stunning curvy mountain roads of the Central Highlands and stop at the K'ho ethnic minority village where you will witness their unique culture, wild lifestyle and enjoy their natural hospitality. Arrive in Bao Loc about 5 pm. Check in and stay overnight.

After breakfast, we'll visit the green tea farms, the cascade waterfall, Pongour, mushroom farms, Elephant Waterfall, silkworm villages and silk processing chains, coffee plantations and learn how the highlanders process coffee in their traditional way. This is a great chance for you to try the famous “Weasel Coffee” in Vietnam. We continue along the winding mountain trail and you have an opportunity to take photos of some of the most spectacular views in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Our following stops are the vegetable and flower farms where you will observe the farmers cultivating their many goods on the farms. Arrive in the beautiful mountain city, Dalat around 05:00 pm. Enjoy a refreshing escape from the heat in this cool mountain climate. Many aspects of the culture and architecture in Dalat were strongly influenced by the French. Check in the hotel of your choice and finish our adventure.