Dalat to Hoi An

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Tour Description

Price: 75$
Duration: from 5 to 6 days tour. Route: Dalat – Lak Lake – Buon Me Thuot city – Pleiku city – Kontum city – Kham Duc town – Hoi An.

Tour Plan

OPTION I:Day 1: Da Lat – Jun village ( Lak )

Da Lat – Jun village ( Lak ): a small town with mostly M’Nong people. The place is wellknown with a biggest natural lake in the South of VN: Lak Lake.
Distance: 170km.
Departure: 8.30am.
Arriving time: from 4pm to 5.30pm.
Places to stop:
Buddhist temple, vegetable terraces, coffee, tea platation, silk spinning factory, ethnic minority villages such as MA people, M’Nong people, granic rocks cracking, floating village, ricewine making…
villages with stunning landscapes of the real forest, beautiful valley, green ( or golden ) rice fields.

Day 2 : Lak – Buon Ma Thuot , the Capital of Central Highlands.

Distance:125km.
Departure: 9am.
Arriving time from3.30am till 5pm.
In the morning, more for rural areas, hilltribe  villages, war traces. Driving through through many beautiful landscapes places. You will have chances to contact local people, learning more about tradition, culture of the country.
Continually, we will take you to one of the biggest and most beautiful waterfall- Draysap, Draynu, where you take your time for walking around the “ Garden of Eden “, swimming in fairry stream…and seeing some interesting things when on the way to hotel in the Afternoon.

Day 3: Buon Ma Thuot – Pleiku.

Distance : 190 km.
Departure :8am.
Arriving time : 4.30pm till 5.30pm.
For 110km by the land roads, our ride will really be through small villages of Vietnameses, ethnic minority people where you can see how would life there be like. Stop at some places such as cement bricks making, carving on hard wood, rubber tree plantation.,you will see how locals take effort to make their living.
Turning back to the road No 14 for Lunch and continually heading Pleiku with some more stops in between such as pepper corn plantation, the famous war battlefield “ valley of death”, especially the effects on the areas by Agent Orrange.

Day 4: Pleiku – Kon Tum

Distance:60km.
Departure:9.30am.
Arriving in Kon Tum : 12.30pm.
First place to visit for the day is a cemetery of the Giaray people with their charming burial custom. A buddhist Temple, 3km in the South of the town is also an interesting address to visit . Sea-Lake, a really beautiful place for walking around ,will be the next before heading Kon Tum with some more stops. Checking in the hotel in Kon Tum after Lunch and leaving there for visiting village of the BANA people, stop at a hangen bridge for photos of locals activity and especially for the sun set on the river…

Day 5: Kon Tum – Kham Duc, a small town located on the side of the Ho Chi Minh Trail.

Distance: 175km.
Departure : 8.30am.
Arriving : 4, 5pm.
This would be an interesting day for who likes war history, nature, forest..Following the road No 14, we will first stop at 601 point ( or tank hill ), Dakto, Charly hill  before to the famous Indochina grossing point ( where laos, Cambodias and Viet Nam meet together ). From there we will take the legendary real Ho Chi Minh trail built along of Laos border for the rest of the day. Jungle, dense forest, history, lifes of hilltribe people will certainly enrich your imagination how these hilltribes live and especially how did the Northern soldiers survive in such condition for years when they went South.

Day 6: Kham Duc – Hoi An.

Distance : 135 km.
Departure : 8.30am .
Arriving : 3, 4pm.
Continually driving on the Ho Chi Minh trail for more than 70km, you will feel the weather getting warmer towards the coast when going down hills. Enjoy fresh air, seeing breathtaking views of mountain ranges and the river on the sides. Waterfall, pinable farms and for traditional handicrafts such as incense sticks making, black smith, cham tower ..will be all stops before Hoi An.

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