Observe rural life at a coffee plantation & a vegetable farm
Visit fascinating local industries of crickets, rice wine & silk worms
Meet the unique & friendly local hill tribes of the K'Ho ethnic minority
Located 1,500 metres above sea level and surrounded by pine hills, Dalat is widely known as Vietnam’s ideal hill resort city. It owes this reputation to a fascinating combination of mild weather, romantic valleys, tranquil lakes, colonial era villas, ornate pagodas and stunning monasteries. Dalat is also the flower festival city of Vietnam.
You’ll visit the bustling local market where you can observe farmers selling their fresh daily produce. You’ll explore the beautiful summer palace of the former emperor Bao Dai. Continue on to the Hang Nga House, also known as “Crazy House”, a unique piece of art by contemporary architect Madam Viet Nga. You’ll complete your tour with a walk through gorgeous Golden Valley where you will be able to admire Bonsais and a great variety of rare flowers.
Observe rural life on local farms, stunning Elephant Waterfall & the unique charm of local hill tribes.
Get more insights into rural life in the Central Highlands. You'll visit a coffee plantation, a number of picturesque vegetable farms, a cricket farm, rice wine processing plant and a fascinating silk worm factory. You'll be able to introduce yourself to the friendly inhabitants of a local hill tribe village (Buon Chuoi or Lat village) of the K'Ho ethnic minority group. In the villages, you'll learn more about the important Gong culture, a UNESCO listed World Cultural Heritage. Wander through the village for an authentic experience of the lifestyle of these unique and interesting locals.
Transfer and tour with English speaking guide in private air-conditioned vehicle
Entrance fee as mentioned in the programme
Drinking water and cold towels available on the vehicle
Service charges, Government taxes and 10% VAT
Surcharges for other language guides
Meals and services other than mentioned in the program
Drinks with meal
Personal travel insurance
Personal expenditure, such as drinks, souvenirs, camera fees, communications, postage, gratuities etc.
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