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SHARED RIDERS: ( You ride on the back of your tour guides motorbike )
75$ person/day for solo passenger
70$ person/day for group of 2,3,4
65$ person/day for group of 5,6,7

SELF-RIDERS: ( Minimum 2 people, you ride a bike yourself and go with one of our experienced drivers. Solo rider, please contact us! )
65$ person/day for group of 2 (if you share one bike and go with one of our guide)
75$ person/day for group of 2
70$ person/day for group of 3
65$ person/day for group of 4
60$ person/day for group of 5
55$ person/day for group of 6

Flexible rates on larger groups

Available by Car/Van, please contact us for the best pricing!


Motorcycles: Honda XR 150cc, Honda RR & Fortune 150 & 125cc or Full automatic
Gas, Oil and maintenance
Motorbike’s insurance
English-speaking tour guide
All entrance fees
Accommodation: Hotels, guest houses and home stays
Helmets: Full face or open face
Motorcycle jackets, knee guards, elbow guards and gloves
Rain poncho if needed and waterproof bags


Your meals, drink and other expenses which are not mentioned above


Day 1

NHA TRANG – DALAT ~ 150 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

Your guides will pick you up from your hotel. On the way, we’ll stop at local villages to visit and see. You will go across the river on a wooden bridge made by the local people. Stop at a rice paddy field where your guide will explain how a paddy field operates. See how villagers weave mats, make chopsticks, bind the traditional palm-leaf conical hats (Non La), and manufacture rice paper and noodles. From here we continue on highway 723 to see sugar cane being grown and harvested, ẹnjoy some fresh sugar cane. Onwards we visit a Raglai village where you will learn about the customs and traditions of these minority people. From here we ride up into the mountains to an approximate height of 1500 meters. The cool mountain air will invigorate you and don’t forget to take photographs along the way. You will have ridden through many coffee plantations and understand more about the cultivation and production of the crop. In Dalat we explain to you why it is the honeymoon capital of Vietnam as well as the French influence that means that some call the town “The Small Paris”. You will get the chance to explore some of the thousands of greenhouses that line the hills growing beautiful flowers and vegetables. Make sure you see the Dragon pagoda, truly an amazing sight and stay overnight at Dalat.

Day 2

DALAT – LAK LAKE ~ 160 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

Before leaving Dalat for Lak Lake we visit after visit Crazy House, which features some unique architecture of Dalat. From there we continue to visit  weasel/ Civet coffee farm and try some world famous coffee. We then head to Elephant waterfall and  a silk factory, stopping by a place where they process rice vodka.  We ride on to Lak Lake along Highway 27, a winding mountain road and one of the most beautiful roads in the Central Highland. At lunch we try some different dishes of Vietnamese cuisine. From there we ride several kilometers to visit a  silk cocoon house and a bamboo bridge and then stop at Nam Ka hydro lake to see a majestic floating village. Our overnight stop is at Lak Lake in Van Long Resort (2 star) or at the long house of M’nong ethnic minority by the lake. After dinner, experience a Special Ethnic Music festival, drink jar-wine in the traditional way and go dancing with M’nong ethnic minority (seasonal).

Day 3


Before we depart Lak Lake, we’ll learn about the daily life of M’nong ethnic minority. There is also the opportunity to ride an elephant to explore the area or take a wooden boat trip around the lake to and take some great photos of the fishermen. The wooden boat trip and elephant riding are optional activities at additional cost. We could trek to the top of the Elephant Rock mountain to enjoy the panoramic view of the area. We then travel to Draynur waterfall (the biggest waterfall in Vietnam) where you can swim or dip your body into the Fairy Pool next to the waterfall, a wonderful experience after a hot day traveling. Lunch is at local restaurant, After lunch head to Buon Ma Thuot city and overnight at Eden 2 star hotel.

Day 4

BUON MA THUOT – PLEIKU ~ 230 KM (8:00 – 17:00)

Starting at 8:30we ride out of Buon Ma Thuot, the capital of the Central Highlands, and travel on the old Ho Chi Minh trail to learn more about the history of Vietnamese people during the time of the French colony and during the Civil War. We see the daily life of the highlanders who live along the roads and learn how they make rice paper and noodles. At the tribal village of Ede we see the long stilted houses and learn about their culture and customs. After we will stop for lunch, we ride on to see rubber, cashew and black pepper plantations. After a long days ride, we stay overnight in Pleiku, a city famous for it’s war history during the Vietnamese/American conflict.

Day 5

PLEIKU – KON TUM ~ 140 KM (8:00 – 17:00)

Leaving Pleiku for Kon Tum we head first to Sea Lake which was a volcanic crater more than a million years ago and is a great place to take some good photos for your journey. We then continue traveling to Kon Tum where you can visit Kon Tum Prison and Kon Ktu village where you can meet the Ede hill tribes in their Rong house and learn about their traditions, cultures, customs and daily life. We’ll stay overnight in Kon Tum.

Day 6

KON TUM – KHAM DUC ~ 170 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

Before leaving Kon Tum for Kham Duc, we further explore Kon Tum and visit an old wooden church, the local orphanage, the suspension bridge and see the Bana tribal village featuring the very unique architecture of the tall community meeting hall. Ride to the Dakto battle field to see remnants of the US war and then on to Phoenix and Charlie hill. Stop at the Indochina triangle (border of Cambodia, Lao and Vietnam) to have lunch and learn more about the history of the region. Continue traveling on the Ho Chi Minh trail, where you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about the different cultures of Ch’ru, Bana, and Thai tribes, some of the 54 different ethnic minorities in Viet Nam. Stay overnight at Kham Duc town, surrounded by mountains and jungle.

Day 7

KHAM DUC – HOI AN ~ 161 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

Before leaving Kham Duc for Hoi An we visiting the local market of this mountain town to learn more about the rural life of the highlanders as well as other ethnic minorities. Following the Ho Chi Minh trail we stop at a waterfall next to the road where you can swim and enjoy a water massage from the waterfall. Visit Thanh My, an area heavily bombed by the Americans to prevent movements of the VC along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Stop at a pineapple plantation where we can rest and enjoy some fresh pineapple. On the way to Hoi An, we’ll stop over at the marvelous Truong Son Mountain and 11th century Champa Tower. Arrive in Hoi An around 4:30pm to 5:00pm. Tour end.