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Day 1: Saigon- Long Hai Beach
Option 1:
If you visited the highlights (War remnant Museum, Ben Thanh Market, Cu Chi Tunnels) in Saigon already, then, we will head to the Saigon river tunnel road then pass Dong Nai river by ferry, then we will visit the rubber plantations, take a rest under the shade of rubber trees and see the local people sell some specialty of this area such as jack-fruits, bamboo shoot, water coconut juice…then we will ride on the highway 51, we will see how they make statues from granite rock, Cao Dai temple-learn more about this new, strange religion in Vietnam. Then we will stop for lunch.“Banh canh”- a special rice noodle is a well known food to try. Then we will go to Vung Tau – a famous beach in East of Saigon. Minh Dam military base is our next destination, huge mountains of granite rock was used as a base of Viet Cong in this area from 1960 to 1972. you will visit some sample caves such as commander caves, kitchen caves, or temporary hospital, or you will hike up to the top of this mountain and see the over view of this area, it is a picturesque view. Then we will go down to the beach, check in, and then you will have free time to swim, walk along the beach before dinner.
Option 2:
 If you haven’t seen any thing around Saigon, then we will take you to some highlight places like: War Remnant Museum, Ben Thanh Market or Cu Chi tunnels (remember that we could not do all of these places for you because the time is limited plus the busy traffic). Then we will ride on the highway 51 to Long Hai Beach, visit Minh Dam base then check in.
Day 2: Long Hai – Mui Ne beach.
Today, we will ride along the beach, there is some quiet beach that you can swim or walk along, we also will stop some famous places along the way such as: Binh Chau hot spring where you can deep your body in mineral muth-bath and mineral water. Then we will visit dragon fruits farms, salt fields, rock beaches and visit the oldest light house of Vietnam. then we will stop at the ‘whales temple’ where the fishermen in this area worship whales’ bones. They believed the whales will help the fisherman when they stuck in hurricane, local market is also an interesting place to discover, you will see plenty of seafood’s, dry seafood’s, loads of kind of fish sauces….
The Cham Temples is our next stop, these temple complexes were built from 7th- 12th century, you will hear the story of them and see pottery showroom and hand craft weaving.
Check in and cool your body with cold beers and fresh seafood’s.
Day 3: Mui Ne- Da Lat
The first stop is the Fairy stream, a small, shallow stream flow from sandy hill, walking along the stream to admire strange shape from limestone, then we walk back and learn how local people make fish sauce, red sand dunes and especially white sand dunes is our next visit. The biggest and the most beautiful sand dunes in Vietnam.
Then, we start to go up to mountain, we will pass huge of dragon fruits plantation, stop to take some photos of them and see local people harvest it.
In the afternoon, you will enjoy the mountain scenery, the lush green of coffee plantations together with fruits, we will stop to see how local people cultivate the vegetables and flowers, Truc Lam Zen Monastery is our next stop, then you can take cable car to Robin hill, here you can take an overview look of Da Lat then go to hotel.
Day 4: Da Lat- Nam Ban- Lak Lake.
Before get out to the countryside of Da Lat, we will visit some highlights of Da Lat such as crazy house or Da Lat market to understand the daily life of the local people of mountain town, then we would see how farmers cultivate on their land. Flowers, vegetables, and coffees are the highlight of this area. Down to Nam Ban District, you will know more about the tradition job of the locals who were emigrated from Hanoi after 1975; rice wine cooking, silk-worm raising and cocoon processing. Explore the elephant water fall (the biggest falls in area) and learn more about the Buddhism in Vietnam when we visit Linh An pagoda nearby. Keep move on, you will enjoy the beautiful landscape of mountain road. Breath-taking and enjoy the cool air while trekking along the jungle road. Enjoy the magnificent of the rice fields of M’nong tribe and the Lak Lake in high position. Head to Lak lake to enjoy the sunset on the lake.
We will stay here in long house as home stay or lak resort in private bungalow.
Day 5: Lak Lake-Ban Me Thuot.
In the morning, you can do Elephant riding, then we’ll continue our trip to Buon Ma Thuot city, on the way you can hiking to elephant mountain rock or hiking to Chu Yang Sin mountain to enjoy the beautiful view around, and here you will have a chance to understand why M’nong tribes want to do farm in high mountain and how they watering their farm in dry season with bamboo pipe system, then we will riding to Dray Sap and Dray Nu water falls, after admire the most beautiful water falls in this area, we’ll go to Gia Long waterfall and dip your body in cool water of “fairy swimming pool”, next, you can relax on the river band with fresh spring roll or grilled chicken.(not in rainy day) Oh, so yummy!. Ride back to Buon Ma Thuot city to stay over night in hotel**
 Day 6: Ban Me Thuot via Pleiku – Kontum.
Today is a riding day; the distance from Buon Me Thuot to Kontum is more than 240 km. But you won’t be always sit on the bike, we’ll see a lot of things on the way such as climb pepper vines, rubber trees, the “Sea Lake” – a volcano crater million years ago, tea plantation is our next stop. We will arrive to Kontum about 5:30 PM. There are a lot of things await you to discover: The wooden church which was built over 100 years ago and the orphanages house behind. The Kon Klo suspension bridge, Rong house with thatched roof and its history, the daily life of Banar hill tribe group.
Day 7: Kontum- Kham Duc
Today we will visit the well-known in Vietnam War such as: Dakto battle field, Phoenix military airport, Charlie Hill to understand more the Vietnam War in this area. Visit the cross road of Indochina (Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia). Then we’ll travel on the new Ho Chi Minh road. Enjoy the beautiful landscape along the road; see the daily life of many hill tribes such as Stieng hill tribe, Churu hill tribe, K’Tu hill tribe, etc.. Some of them were immigrated from the north of Vietnam. With mud-house, temporary suspension bridges cross the river. You can try to walk cross these bridges to enjoy the tremble feeling. We’ll stop over night in Kham Duc -a small town in Ho Chi Minh road.
 Day 8: Kham Duc – Hoi An
After having a breakfast,  We will visit local market, keep going on Ho Chi Minh road to Hoi  An, still beautiful jungles, rivers along the road. Stop at K’tu minority village on the way, learn about the hunting customs and very own tradition of K’tu hill tribe. Stop over in Thanh My- a small district on Ho Chi Minh road and learn more about Vietnam War, from here, we’ll get off Ho Chi Minh road then roll down on the country side of Quang Nam province, taking a break and try fresh pineapple on the way, go along the Thu Bon river to see the real life of people in plain area, My Son is a highlight place to visit, We will arrive to Hoi An around 4:30 PM.
Option 2.
Day 8: Kham Duc-Thanh My-Prao-A Luoi
If you don’t want to go to Hoi A then want to go further to Hue, from Kham Duc town, we continue on Ho Chi Minh road. Enjoy the marvelous mountain of Truong son ranges Mountain. Across Prato, learn about the daily life of Ta Oil tribe in this area, go ahead to A Luoi, a small mountain district of Thua Then Hue province but very famous  in the  world with the name:” Hamburger Hill”. We will stay overnight in A Luoi.
Day 9: A Luoi-Hue.
Travelling on stunning mountain roads along Vietnam- Laos border, visiting Ta Oi, Van Kieu ethnic minority villages, “Hamburger Hills”- the well known base of American troop in this area, then passing the Ma Oi pass to Hue, on the way, we will visit Minh Mang Royal tomb, go along the Huong (perfume) river and arrive to Hue about 3:00 PM, check in, then we’ll visit some Highlight spots such as: ancient citadel, Thien Mu Pagoda, Conical making village, etc.
If you would like us to do YOUR OWN tours. We will tailor a private tour base on your schedule, routes, please email us prior to figure out your plan before you take off, please email us: call us when you are in Vietnam: +84 972334994




Saigon – Mekong Delta – Central Highlands – Phong Nha Caves – Sa Pa – Hanoi (24 days)

 You will explore every corner of Vietnam! See the real life, learn vary of “very own” traditions and customs of many different hill tribe groups, as well as Vietnamese culture…