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  • Travel along the beach
  • The history of the Vietnam war
  • Stay away from bustling tourist track

Full description:

Day 1: Sai Gon - Long Hai beach ~ 160 km (8:00 – 17:00)
What to see: Get out from busy traffic in Ho Chi Minh city, ride through Thu Them tunnel to Cat Lai ferry, cross Sai Gon river on a amazing ferry boat, stop at rubber tree plantation, try suggar can juice or coconut juice by a hammock cafe nearby. Heading to Vung Tau, stop at Van Hanh meditation center. Take a ride to Nui Dinh (Dinh mountain) and go swimming in fairy swam. Afternoon ride to Long Phuoc tunnel, an immense network of connecting underground tunnels which Under enemies’ fierce repeated attacks, Long Phuoc tunnel still stood firm in the face of difficulties, was considered as a worthy land – an important foundation to nurture the revolutionary. Tak a visit at Vung Tau beach, ride to long Hai beach late in the afternoon for overnight stay
Where to stay: military hotel.

Day 2: Long Hai beach - Mui Ne ~ 190 km (8:00 – 17:00)
What to see: Take the ride along the natural and beautiful beach, Bearing left at the River Ray sandbar, the the Ocean Road is wide and exposed, entering the up-and-coming beach zones of Ho Tram and Ho Coc, From Ho Coc, the Ocean Road continues east to Binh Chau village, visit Binh Chau Hot Springs. After Binh Chau the Ocean Road joins Highway 55, heading east towards Lagi. Leading inland through an agricultural landscape of fruit trees, crops fields, rivers, and villages, the ocean is hidden from view for much of the way behind a long, high bank of white sand. Take a visit of Ke Ga is said to be the oldest lighthouse in Vietnam. From Ke Ga, the Ocean Road turns north around the cape and towards Phan Thiet. The last 20km to Phan Thiet is a pleasant and easy ride along the coast, passing through the sun-drenched fishing hamlet of Tien Thanh, backed by lush hills and cliffs of red sand. A short ride out of Phan Thiet, up and over a hill where the Po Shanu Cham towers still stand, and down into the famous bay of Mui Ne. Arrive at Mui Ne late for overnight stay.
Where to stay: Mai Le hotel

Day 3: Mui Ne - Bao Loc ~ 160 km (9:00 – 16:00)
What to see: start from your hotel, first stop at Mui Ne fishing habour, then take a visit of red sand dunes, travel along a very beautiful country road with a huge plantation of cashew tree, stop at minority village and many opportunities for taking photos. You will enjoy the fresh Dragon fruit at a Dragon plantation. We will travel then 50 km east along highway 28 to Dai Ninh Hydro Electric Station. This is an off-the-main-highway road with spectacular views of mountainous areas, small farms, rivers, a panoramic view of one of the largest lakes in the region, small towns, and friendly people. 20km off the main highway again lead you to one of the biggest waterfall in the region Dambri fall, enjoy and relax with the system of cable car and the pipeline coaster...Where to stay: Bao Loc hotel

Day 4: Bao Loc - Da Lat ~ 160 km (8:00 – 16:00)
What to see: Start the ride from Bao Loc heading to Da Lat with a visit of noodle home factory. Keep continue riding to see the Pongour fall. The ride inclusion of visiting coffee, black pepper garden and curry tree. Take the short cut heading to see Elephant waterfall. A visit of silk process nearby. The chance of seeing the process of making rice wine. One of the amazing thing must see is the process of making the weasel coffee "Kopi Luwat cafe". Once arrive to Da Lat with a quick visit of green houses flower farm. Get into Da Lat late on the afternoon check in hotel, end tour

• Motorbike/rider/guide
• Fuel costs
• Helmet
• Insurance
• Parking costs
• 3 night hotel
• The entire of entrance fee.

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