Day 1: Mui Ne – Bao Loc
Leave Mui Ne in the early morning to visit the fishing village, fairy springs, red canyon, white sand dunes, drop by the local families to know the daily life of farmers who plan the dragon fruits. Continue traveling to the Central Highlands and stop in the K’ho ethnic minority village to learn the culture of their wild life in the edge of the Central Highlands. Arrive in Bao Loc after visiting Dambri waterfall – about 90 meters high. Over night in Bao Loc
Day 2: Bao Loc – Dalat
Leaving Bao Loc for Dalat, visit the green tea farms, the cascade waterfall, Pongour, enjoy the hospitality of the Chill hill tribe by visiting their home, stop for lunch, try the different dishes of the Vietnamese cuisine. Arrive in Dalat around 5 pm after visiting Chicken Village, K’Ho ethnic minority’s hand-weaving village, Paradise lake and Meditation Monastery. Stay overnight in Dalat
Day 3: Dalat – Lak
The easyriders would take you to visit the ‘Le Petite Paris’, and after visiting the highlights of the city like the Crazy House, Flower Market, and Dragon Pagoda, we would head for the countryside to explore the rural life of the farmers who cultivate on their land such things as flowers, coffee, tea, mushrooms, vegetables. We would stop for lunch and try the different dishes of Vietnamese cuisine.
Easy riders would then be able to show you the orange agent areas to learn more about the Civil War of Vietnam before 1975, followed by Trekking through the jungle to relax and enjoy the breath-taking nature of the Central Highlands, visit chopstick making factory, the rice agriculture of the M’nong ethnic minority.
Lak Lake will be a place where you stay overnight, you can choose to stay at a home-stay with locals or in the hotel that faces the natural lake.
Day 4: Lak – Cu Jut
Leaving Lak Lake for Buon Me Thuot City after learning about the daily life of the locals, we’ll go riding elephant to explore the area or in a boat around the lake to have some great shots of the sunrise on the lake, or of the fishermen, or trek to the top of the Elephant Rock mountain to enjoy the panoramic view of the area. We’ll then move on and stop in the city to try Vietnamese fresh spring rolls for lunch.
Heading to Dray Sap fall (the most beautiful waterfall) we’ll stop and you can dip your body into the Fairy Pool next to the waterfall after a hot day traveling. Then we’ll finish off the day by going to the Virgin waterfall and stay overnight in the bungalow or in a Long House in the jungle.
Day 5: Cu Jut – Pleiku
Traveling on the old Ho Chi Minh trail, you’ll continue to learn more about the history of Vietnamese people during the French colony and the Civil War, and experience the daily life of highlanders who live along the roads to learn how to make rice paper, noodles, etc. Pleiku is place where you would stay overnight after another full days of exciting riding.
Day 6: Pleiku – Kon Tum
On day 4, we would visit the city a bit then head to Sea Lake, which used to be a volcanic crater that stopped working a million years ago, a great place to take some good photos for your trip. Sea Lake is also considered the ‘Eyes of Pleiku’. We’d then continue traveling to Kon Tum where we could visit Kon Tum Prison, an old wooden church, orphanages, and especially the Kon Ktu village where you see the Ede hill tribes Rong house and learn their traditions and culture by observing their customs and daily life. We would then stay overnight in Kon Tum.
Day 7: Kon Tum – Kham Duc
Continue traveling on the Ho Chi Minh trail to visit the well-known Phoenix Airport and Charlie hill to know more about the war between the Northern and Southern Governments. You’ll find out more about the different cultures of Ch’ru, Bana, Thai – just some of the 44 different ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands. After reaching Kham Duc, a mountain town on Ho Chi Minh trail we’ll stop to rest and stay overnight.
Day 8: Kham Duc – Hoi An
Exploring the local market of the mountain town of Kham Duc will help you to learn more about the rural life of the highlanders as well as other ethnic minorities. Leaving Kham Duc for Hoi An after visiting a basket making village, and rice paper making, we’ll move to another small villages to make friends with them and see how they make incense, ceramics, chopsticks – then go to My Son Holy Land to see the ruins of Cham towers and then arrive in Hoi An aroud 4 p.m. Check in and finish our tour
- 7 night accommodations (2 star hotels or home-stay)
- Experienced English speaking tour guide
- Entrance fees
- Waterproof bags
- Easy Riders Vietnam T-shirt
- Personal expenses
- Travel insurance