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Departure : 8.30 am and back to Dalat around 4 pm. Riding distance: 110km (start and come back by totally 110km using different ways)
Not only enjoy the beauty of Dalat Countryside but with this circle tour, we have chance to understand more about Vietnamese culture, history
What to Expect
- Truc Lam meditation center
- Paradise lake
- Chicken minority village ( K' ho people )
- Vegetable farm
- Mushroom farm
- Coffee farm
- Weasel farm (with weasel coffee)
- Rice Vodka cooking
- Silk factory
- Elephant waterfall
- Linh An pagoda
- Great view of Ta Nung pass
- Enjoy great Vietnamese cuisine
- The agriculture farm on tour can change, depend on season
- Those details are just basic, we will visit more attractions, provide more information, more stories...
Dalat City is the most famous hill stations in Vietnam. Dalat is small enough to remain charming, and the surrounding countryside is blessed with lakes, waterfalls, evergreen forests and gardens. It’s the favourite honeymoon spot of the country, especially for the honeymooners on the beautiful Langbiang Plateau.
Dalat is very famous as the city of thousand flowers and there are lots of farms for growing temperate vegetable that only can be found in Dalat. The city's temperate weather stands in contrast to Vietnam's otherwise tropical climate. Mist covering the valleys almost year-round leads to its name "City of eternal spring". Local products include silk, garden vege­tables and flowers (especially beautiful hydrangeas), which are sold all over southern Vietnam.
The city’s population includes about 5000 members of hill tribes, which make up 33 distinct communities in Lam Dong province. Traditional dress can occasionally be spotted in the market places. Hill-tribe women of this area carry their infants on their backs in a long piece of cloth worn over one shoulder and tied in the front. To visit their village, you can stay in a Homestay and discover the life of hill tribes, or even doing the trekking in the beautiful nature of Dalat.
Reviews (12)
1 - 5 of 12 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
What a fantastic experience!

This tour was absolutely fantastic! I saw so much from two stunning waterfalls, will farms and coffee farms and all the while got to breeze through the countryside of Dalat with my extremely talented driver Nobi! Would recommend this trip to anyone who comes to...More

4  Thank ZiggyPiggy69
Reviewed 3 October 2018 via mobile
Best way to explore Dalat’s country side

There’s really no better way to explore Dalat’s country side. You get to visit all the main spots, try real local food and coffee, and share a cool adventure on a motorbike. Awesome guide Mr Bin made it even better

6  Thank Gerd C
Reviewed 28 September 2018 via mobile
Great trip! Excellent service

We had such a fun time with Hiep and Huang around Dalat. Originally we just booked the one day tour, but it was so good we ended up doing a second day with them. There is so much to see, and our guides were very...More

3  Thank Navigate815550
Reviewed 10 September 2018 via mobile
Best way to spend my birthday!

On September 6, Tom and Hieu took myself and my friend on a day trip around Dalat. I cannot recommend this tour enough. The day was not like a normal tourist tour. We felt like we were just hanging out with a couple of mates,...More

3  Thank Angela J
Reviewed 22 July 2018
See a lot with great guides

I was lucky enough to have Thang show me around. He was extremely kind and informative. I wasn't feeling well during the trip and he even let me stop to take a nap. He was also a great driver and I felt very safe.

Date of experience: July 2018
5  Thank Patrick D
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