|*Day 1: Dalat – Lak lake: (170km)Before hitting the roads, we will visit the Crazy House, a pinturesque Hotelâ€Museum in Dalat. Then we start our first day driving along the mountain paths, stopping along the way to visit local workshos such as a mushroom farm and a silk factory. The Happy Budha also awaits us with his big smile. After a mouthwatering lunch, we will drive along the Jungle way stopping over to see coffee plantations and the beautiful Elephant fall. From there, we drive directly to Lak Lake, staying overnight with a local family in a M’nong hill tribe typical long house or in a hotel next to the lak.*Day 2: Lak lake Draysap and Draynu falls: (120km)Waking up in Lak Lake is like getting back to the past. Take an early morning walk in the village to appreciate the local daily life, learning about their customs and culture. You also have the option of going for an elephant ride around the village (extra charge applies). Leaving Lak Lake, we are now on our way to Buon Me Thout City, where we will have lunch and visit the local market before heading to Draysap waterfalls, one of the highlights of the Central Highlands and the largest in the area. We will do a short trekking in the jungle followed by a swim and natural spa in Gia Long fall. Overnight stay in longhouse near the waterfalls or a 2-star hotel in B.M.T. City, your
*Day 3: Draysap fall or B.M.T city – Pleiku (210km)
We visit the hill tribes’ museum before hitting the road to Pleiku, driving along the scenic mountain roads and stopping over to visit pepper and Rubber tree plantations.
*Day 4: Pleiku – Kontum (50km)
We have time to visit the two Orphanages in Pleiku area. The children are always excited to meet new faces! Orphanages are poor and are always in need, so it’s a good idea to bring something along such as school materials or toys. After spending some time visiting the facilities and playing and taking pictures of the always smiling children, we will head to the Bana hill tribe villages, our next stop. Hit the road again and head to Kontum for the night.
*Day 5: Kontum – Kham Duc (180km)
Today be prepared for the most beautiful day driving along the scenic Ho Chi Minh trail. HCM trail was built during the Vietnam and American war (1959 to 1975). You will learn how the Viet Cong built the trail and a lot more facts than reading a whole travel guide!
*Day 6: Kham Duc – Hoi An (140km)
Another breathtaking ride along the Ho Chi Minh trail awaits us. Leaving behind the trail, we now head for My Son (Cham temple built before 13th century). We will visit a rice paper local factory before ending our tour in Hoi An at 3.00pm
Price: 75 USD per day per person
*All tours are inclusive of:
Remember that while these are our most famous tours, we can of course customize any itinerary to suit your travels. Feel free to contact us to discuss your plans!