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Easyrider tour from Dalat

In Uncategorized on May 25, 2018 at 12:45 am

Option 1 : Special countryside tour
+ the vegetable farm and have a best photo when you enjoyed walking to the top hill
+ Van Thanh flower village
+ Coffee farm and enjoy the weasel coffee
+ Silk factory
+ Elephant waterfall and Happy buddha pagoda
+ Noddle making house
+ ricewine making
+ K’ho ethnic minority village
+ Ta Nung pass _ nice view ever.
Price : 30 usd / pax
Including : motorbike guide rider , entrance fee ticket, water.
Option 2 : The special circle 2 waterfalls
+ Paradise lake and ride along the lake side to enjoy the nice jungle
+ Chicken village ( K’ho ethnic minority village )
+ Magic mushroom farm
+ Pongour waterfall ( an amazing one in the South of Central highlands )
+ get off the beatten track for trail riding ( real adventure )
+ Elephant waterfall and Linh An pagoda
+ Silk factory
+ ricewine making
+ coffee farm and weasel coffee
+ Ta Nung pass
+ Van Thanh flower village
Price : 41 usd / pax
Including : motorbike guide rider, entrance fee ticket, water.
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Central highland tour

In Uncategorized on March 2, 2010 at 6:42 am

DALAT – LAK LAKE- DRASAP WATERFALL- NHA TRANG ( 3 OR 4 DAYS)

  • – Flower farm, crazy house, silk factory, elephant falls and happy budhha.
  • – Stay in long stilt-house( M’nong ethnic minority) and elephant riding ( extra pay)
  • – Smoky and Drasap waterfall, Water massage
  • – Trekking the national park.
  • – Ede ethnic village and Phoenix pass( Agent Orange hill during the American war)

DALAT – CENTRAL HIGHLAND – HO CHI MINH TRAIL – HOI AN – lAO BAO
Discover the central highland, Ho Chi Minh trail, ethnic groups: 6 or 7 days

DALAT – CENTRAL HIGHLAND – MUI NE
Cambodia border: 4 or 5 days

DALAT – CENTRAL HIGHLAND – SAIGON
Cambodia border: 4 or 5 days

Exploring Vietnam’s Central Highland’s pine tree forests, waterfalls and coffee plantations by motorbike tours.

“Nha san”, or stilt house’s K’Ho people in Lam Dong, Vietnam

Despite breathtaking mountain scenery and a rich diversity of hill tribe cultures, Vietnam’s Central Highlands remain one of the least ‘tourorized’ areas of Southeast Asia. This region of pine tree forests, waterfalls and coffee plantations is far from the coastal beach resorts where most tourists flock, and this remoteness is all part of the charm.

The narrow, winding roads of the highlands are strewn with potholes, some so deep and wide it appears as if elephants were dropped on the tarmac successively from various heights in some grotesque experiment. An equally poor bus system and lack of railways make exploration by more maneuverable motorbikes the best option.

The K’ho of Dalat
Dr Alexandre Yersin (the noted explorer and scientist who discovered the cause of the bubonic plague) is traditionally considered the founder of the Dalat. The hill station, sanatorium and eventual resorts that developed more than 100 years ago have blessed Vietnam with one of the finest concentrations of French Colonial architecture in Indochina.

The city was named after the Lat clan, a subgroup of the K’ho tribe who inhabit much of Lam Dong Province. Though the K’ho have been assimilated by the dominant Vietnamese culture of modern Dalat, their bamboo stilt houses with thatched roofs can still be seen dotting hillsides in remote areas.
The entire K’ho family, including grandparents and extended family, all sleep together in a single-room “nha san”, or stilt house. Cooking is done directly on the floor, without benefit of a chimney. The smoke preserves the structure and repels insects.

An Ede girl in traditional dress weaves textiles in her shop in Dak Lak Province.The M’Nong of Lak Lake
A day’s motorbike journey from Dalat will reach Lak Lake; the lake’s shores are inhabited by displaced members of the M’nong tribe, relocated here from the north by the government. On my road trip, I spent the night in immense, wooden M’Nong longhouses. After a morning of elephant rides and canoe trips I drove to Ede territory in Dak Lak Province.

The Ede of Buon Ma Thuat
The Provincial capital of Buon Ma Thuat is the seat of Vietnam’s coffee-growing empire, its capacity now second only to Brazil. Due to tensions between the government and local hill tribes, the ability to travel without special permits can be restrictive. Travellers can be expected to only be allowed to travel between Buon Mat Thuat, which has few major waterfalls like Drey Sap and Drey Nur, and Yuk Don National Park.

The Jai Rai of Pleiku
Heading north through Gia Lai Province traverses the territory of the Jai Rai, famous for their elaborate wooden funeral houses guarded by erotic totems. The capital city of Pleiku was an infamous battleground in the war with America. Politics in the area is complicated, and hiring a government-licensed guide is required to visit Jai Rai villages and nearby waterfalls, though travellers are free to visit the flooded volcanic crater known as Ho Bien on their own.

The Bahnar of Kon Tum
Just a few hours further to the North, the city of Kon Tum, and the surrounding province by the same name, holds the greatest cultural treasures of the central highlands. The town is populated by ethnic Bahnar, most differentiated from Vietnam’s other minority groups by the thatched communal lodges that tower above the villages surrounding the city. Like many hill tribes however, common cultural icons include musical gongs, “buffalo stabbing festivals” and ruou can (rice wine brewed in large ceramic vases.)

Out to the Coast
The final leg of the journey has almost as many options as the beginning. Roads lead north to Danang via the infamous Ho Chi Minh Trail, or out to coastal towns like Hoi An or Qui Nhon.You canchose a remote route to Quang Ngai through villages of the indigo-clothed H’re, then see My Lai.

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In Uncategorized on March 2, 2010 at 6:37 am

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