Hue to Da Lat off-road 8 days .Vietnam has staggering diversity. The country has 53 ethnic minority groups, each with their own individual language, culture and way of life . Get ready ….. Want to enjoy the thrill of the machine and a sense of discovery as you venture through some of highland trip most stunning scenery? Experience the freedom and fresh air as you trailblaze ’round some of the country’s best off-road trails with our team.
Day 1: Hue – Aluoi minorities – Prao ethnic (160 kim : L-D )
08:30 . Our guide pick up at hotel . Travel along the 1000-meter high mountain, it’s one of the most beautiful roads in Central Highlands. Along the way, you can stop to visit the locals and explore the culture and life , farmer on the field . To discovery and experience daily life of ethnic minority chatting, viewing the natural beauty and exploring special local hill tribes . Overnight in Prao .
Day 2: Prao ethnic – Hoi An (140 kilometers : B – L – D )
08:00 . Discover completelyn different side of ho chi minh trail with fresh air , beautiful sceneries, take picture waterfalls , hills tribes , One of the few remaining brocade weaving and rattan, traditional architecture oof cotu people , chatting with local , staggeringly beautiful which region to one the most authenic in Vietnam . Overnight in Hoi An
Day 3: Hoi An countryside ( B – L -D )
08:00 .we head out west along the banks of the Thu Bon River, first stopping at a bustling local fish market before heading into the rice paddy rich countryside and local villages, stopping to meet a local family producing local rice crackers. Crossing a bridge over the Thu Bon River takes us through more quiet villages and then into beautiful farmlands, where we take a break for a local speciality dish while surrounded by seasonal vegetables in the picturesque fields of corn, eggplants, sweet potatoes, cucumbers, and herbs (location is seasonal).As the sun starts to go down, we set off through the rice paddies, passing duck farms, visit a local mat weaving family and then ride along by the prawn farms and over the river to visit a charming family home where they produce the local & potent favourite brew – rice wine. It’s then a short ride over the Cam Kim Bridge into Hoi An as the sun begins to set on this beautiful heritage town.
Day 4: Hoi An – Kham Duc (140 kilometers : B – L )
Explore the countryside travel by the Ho Chi Minh road . Learn about the history of the Ho Chi Minh trail and enjoy the ride at the original trail on the 1000-meter high mountain, with sightseeing stop on the way. Stay overnight in Kham Duc.
Day 5: Kham Duc to Kontum (135 kilometers : B – L – D )
Explore the countryside & sightseeing stop on the way : the Bana minority village, the Rong House, and the wooden church. Travel by the Ho Chi Minh road to visit the old battlefields at Dac To base, Tan Canh airbase, Charlie Hill, and Indochina border. Learn about the history of the Ho Chi Minh trail and enjoy the ride at the original trail on the 1000-meter high mountain, Overnight in Kontum
Day 6 : Kon Tum – Buon Me Thuot (250 kilometers : B – L – D)
Travel by the road 14 through the rubber plantations to the land of the volcanoes, visit the old battlefields at the Dragon Mountains, and visit the Ede minority village and the pepper farm. Enjoy the ride along the beautiful road on the 700-meter high mountain. Stay overnight in Buon Me Thuot.
Day 7: Buon Ma Thuot (100 kilometers : B – L – D)
Do an elephant ride around the lake (optional) and visit the Mnong minority people in Jun village. Travel by the small roads to Draysap National Park, visit the brick making on the way, and do swimming and trekking at Dray Nu waterfalls. Stay overnight in Buon Ma Thuot city.
Day 8: Buon Ma Thuot – Da Lat (260 kilometers : B – L – D )
Pick up and depart this tour from your hotel. Travel by the small roads to the beautiful countryside in Da Lat and visit the coffee farms, the weasel coffee-making, the silk weaving, the silkworm farm, and the Buddhist temple, the adventure road through the deep jungles and high mountains and the Giarai minority people .End of trips
- Motorbike with guide or self rider with our experienced guide
- Breakfast , lunch , Dinner
- Entrance fee ,
- Coffee , cold water on the street
- elephant rider
- Raincoats , …..
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