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The 6-day tour starts from Hoi An and takes you to various destinations in Vietnam, including Kham Duc, Kon Tum, Pleiku, Buon Me Thuot, and Lak Lake. Along the way, you will visit ancient towers, ride along the Thu Bon River, cross hanging bridges, and learn about the local culture and way of life. You will also visit various battlefields, orphanages, and minority villages. The tour also includes stops at waterfalls, plantations, and factories, where you can learn about the production of various products such as cashews, cocoa, and rice paper. The tour offers a chance to relax and enjoy the amenities offered by the hotels.
Experience the diverse culture of Vietnam through visits to minority villages and learning about traditional crafts like rice paper and incense making.
Visit historic sites and learn about Vietnam's tumultuous past, including major battlefield sites and monuments honoring fallen soldiers.
Enjoy the stunning natural beauty of Vietnam, with stops at waterfalls, lakes, and mountainous regions.
Get a taste of local cuisine and agricultural practices with visits to a pineapple plantation, cashew nut factory and plantation, and cocoa plantation.
Travel through lesser-known regions of Vietnam and gain a deeper understanding of the country's history and culture.
Explore historical sites and cultural attractions, including the Ancient Trang An Cham Tower and minority villages belonging to the Ba Na people.
Get a taste of local produce with visits to rice paper, incense, pineapple, cashew nut, and cocoa plantations.
Witness the natural beauty of Vietnam with stops at lakes, waterfalls, and mountains, including Phu Cuong waterfall and Ham Rong mountain.
Learn about the country's history and wartime struggles with visits to major battlefield sites and monuments, including The Tank 377.
Enjoy a diverse itinerary that takes you through various towns and cities, including Hoi An, Da Lat, and Buon Me Thuot.
Hoi An - Kham Duc ~ 140 km (8:30 - 16:30)
Start the day in Hoi An and travel to Kham Duc, covering a distance of approximately 140 km
Visit the Ancient Trang An Cham Tower
Ride along the Thu Bon River and visit places where rice paper and incense are made
Cross a hanging bridge in a remote village: Aroong Village and learn about the Ktu people
The bridge is suitable for motorcycles
Enjoy fresh pineapple at a pineapple plantation
Ride on the Ho Chi Minh Road and stop at a scopion roadside waterfall
Arrive in Kham Duc town check into the Be Chau Giang Hotel, and have some free time to explore the area.
Kham Duc - Kon Tum ~ 170 km (8:30 - 17:00)
After breakfast at your hotel in Kham Duc, begin your journey towards Kon Tum.
Stop at the Scorpion Waterfall, located by the roadside
Stop over in Daklei province and visit the Trieng Minority Village
Try crossing a tiny hanging bridge used for transferring farming products across the Dakglei River
Travel around 42 km to visit the Dakto and Tan Canh major battlefield sites during the American War
Visit Charlie Hill and Phoenix Runway, which inspired the popular song "Nguoi O Lai Charlie" (The Last Person at Charlie's Place) about the last soldier who stayed on Charlie Hill
Visit a monument of The Tank 377, Historical Site of the Dak To - Tan Canh Victory.
After exploring the battlefields, you'll continue your journey towards Kon Tum.
Final stop at Visit home family make cassava powder
You'll arrive in Kon Tum late in the afternoon and check into the KonKlor resort. Take some time to relax and enjoy the amenities offered by the hotel.
Kon Tum - PLeiku ~ 135 km (8:00 - 17:00)
After breakfast at your hotel in Kon Tum, begin your journey north-east towards Mang Den town. It's a beautiful 80 km ride, and your first stop will be at a lake and waterfall in the middle of the jungle, known as "Dalat 2". You'll have plenty of time to take in the stunning scenery and explore the area.
Next, you will visit a minority village belonging to the Ba Na people, where you'll get to see their traditional Rong house. It's an excellent opportunity to learn about their culture and way of life.
Your next stop will be at Konk'lo village, where you will find a long hanging bridge made by the French over a hundred years ago. Despite its age, the bridge is still in good condition, and you can take a walk on it to enjoy the views.
After that, you will visit a very old and unique wooden church. Take some time to appreciate the architecture and the history behind it.
The next stop on your itinerary is an orphanage, which is supported by a non-government organization. You can share your feelings with the homeless children and learn more about the work being done to support them.
Enjoy a nice ride through a tea plantation and take a shortcut to visit Sea Lake, located in Pleiku. The lake is a former volcanic crater and offers some stunning views.
You'll arrive in Pleiku city for an overnight stay at the Hoang Van resort. Take some time to relax and enjoy the amenities offered by the hotel.
PLeiku - Buon Me Thuot ~ 195 km (8:00 - 17:00)
After a hearty breakfast at your hotel in PLeiku, begin your journey southward along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. The road is well-maintained, and you will be treated to some spectacular views of the surrounding countryside.
As you continue your journey, you will pass by vast rubber plantations, cashew and black pepper gardens. The scenery is sure to take your breath away.
Take a short break to visit the Phu Cuong waterfall at Chu Se. The waterfall is located in the middle of a rubber tree forest, and you will get to see the local minority people who are very curious about foreigners.
Next on your itinerary is a visit to Ham Rong mountain, which was the site of a significant battle during the Vietnam War. You will also get to visit a camp named Halloway, which is now a military base for the Vietnamese army.
Enjoy a smooth ride along the Ho Chi Minh road as you pass through many minority villages with their traditional long stilt houses. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the local culture and way of life.
top at Buon Ho to take a break and visit the monument hill. The hill is a testament to the bravery and sacrifice of the Radio Operator soldiers from provinces in the central highland.
Arrive at your destination for the day, Buon Me Thuot, and check-in to Tram Anh hotel.
Buon Ma Thuot City to Lak Lake ~140 km (9:00 – 16:30)
Start your day in Buon Ma Thuot, a city famous for its coffee,
First stop at traditional incense and rice noodle factories.
Next, head to the stunning Dray Nur waterfall to take in the refreshing water and snap some memorable photos.
Afterward, visit a cashew nut factory and plantation to learn about cashew nut production and see the plantation.
Then, head to a local cocoa plantation to see how cocoa is grown and harvested.
You will also witness the traditional process of making rice paper, a popular Vietnamese dish.
Continue to Elephant Rock Mountain, a well-known hiking destination, before driving through the picturesque rice paddy fields.
Your day will end with a visit to Lieng Minority Village, the home of the M'nong ethnic group,
Overnight at Lak View Hotel.
Lak Lake to Da Lat ~160 km (9:00 – 16:30 )
Start your day by stopping at Bridge 22 to take in the stunning views of the floating fishing village.
Then, drive up Phu Son Pass Mountain and stop for lunch at a hillside restaurant.
Afterward, visit Elephant Waterfall (Lieng Rowoa Waterfall), known for its wild beauty, charm, and mystery.
Explore Linh An Pagoda, home to Vietnam's highest Lady Buddha statue, standing at a towering height of 71 meters.
Visit Cuong Hoan silk factory to learn about silk weaving
Observe the traditional manual method of cooking rice wine for the quintessential drops of ethnic alcohol.
Continue to the coffee plantation and weasel farm, where you will learn about the fascinating process of making weasel pooh coffee.
Lastly, stop at the Greenhouse Flower Farm, famous for its variety of flowers,
The tour is end in Da Lat in the late afternoon. Don't forget to recommend this tour to others!
- English-speaking tour guides.
- Transportation ( Motorcycles or Car/4x4 vehicle).
- Entrance fees:
- 5 nights accommodation.
- Fuel cost.
- Helmets and other safety gear.
- Motorcycle rental (for self-ride option).
- Mineral water and tissue.
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Personal expenses.
- Lunch or soft drinks
- Tips and gratuities
- Other expenses not listed as included
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