The itinerary of the 1 day Tour from Nha Trang to Da Lat
Taking the Easyriders Trip from Nha Trang to Da Lat is the best way to travel on one of the greatest roads in Vietnam.
Head into the countryside, passing many rice fields, ride along the small road to the local village where our guides will explain you about the local lives, learn about rice-papers and noodles making, rice farming. We will stop at Cau Ba, where you will learn about the strange culture of the Rak-Lay ethnic minority people and try to control your feeling as crossing “monkey bridge”.
Stop at Ben Loi wharf which is at the foot of Khanh Le Pass in Khanh Hoa Province to enjoy meals and admire a stunning view of a tributary of the Cai River.
After that, we will head to Da Lat, ride motorbike on one of the most beautiful mountain passes in Vietnam. We will stop by the marker of 1,500m to take great photos of mountain and forest. This beautiful views might give you special emotion and feeling to escape their bustling life with pressure and worries. You can see numerous small waterfalls falling down from the pass along the road as well.
The scenes begin changing when you get closer to Da Lat. The beautiful farms that reflect the daily lives of locals and gain insights about the agriculture here (as an important sector of economic development in Dalat): flower farms, vegetable farms, coffee plantations.
Linh Phuoc pagoda (as known with other names such as Bottle pagoda, Dragon Pagoda), French Rai-way station (oldest traim station in Vietnam and Indochina as well), Crazy House (crazy ideal, crazy architecture, but very humanities) will be interesting stops when you get in Da Lat.
End of the tour around 4:30pm.
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If you have time, we highly recommend you take this route in 3 days to travel through Central Highland. For detailed information, please see HERE.
The price for the 1 day Easy Rider Tour from Nha Trang to Da LatPlease CONTACT US to get the best possible price based upon your travel period and specific touring needs.
- Experienced English-speaking guide(also experience driver)
- Fuel (Gasoline)
- Entry fees
- International safety standard helmet
- Saddle bags, & rain ponchos, if needed
- Your food and drinks