Adventure Dalat

Dalat Easy Riders to the Pongour waterfall option 2

Join us on this special Dalat Easy Riders to the Pongour waterfall.

Van Thanh flower village.

Being one of the largest and oldest flower villages in Dalat city, Van Thanh is the main flower supply of this city, especially roses (80%).

Coffee plantation.

Vietnam has become one of the largest coffee exporter in the world, the Vietnamese coffee's developing through the plantation system, ideal climate, low production costs, environmental conditions, and higher yields among the world.

Weasel coffee farm.

The weasel coffee, well-known as Kopi Luwak, is one of the most expensive coffees in the world, commonly produced in Southeast Asia. The coffee is made from coffee beans that have been ingested and excreted by Weasel, small cat-like animals.

Vietnamese rice wine making.

Though there are hundreds of styles to make rice wine around the world, Vietnamese rice wine is still very special. 

The cricket farm.

This place is popular for cricket farm as well as other animals like crocodiles and King chicken… Particularly, you’ll have a chance to enjoy fried cricket, a popular dish of local people. This is best served with rice wine.

Elephant waterfall.

This impressive waterfall is considered as one of the biggest and most beautiful falls around Dalat, Vietnam. 

Linh An pagoda with the Big Happy Buddha.

People came here to enjoy a peaceful and quiet atmosphere and to gaze with veneration at the Big Happy Buddha statue. It’s believed that touching the Happy Buddha can bring you luck and happiness.

The silk factory.

This interesting place maintains the traditional method of removing silk from the cocoons. The process is from the sorting of growing cocoons, to boiling them, unraveling the thread, and weaving them into the fabric.

Pongour waterfall.

We cannot fail to mention “Nam Thien De Nhat waterfall” of the Southern Highlands, or Pongour Waterfall - a masterpiece of nature.

Chicken village.

The K'ho minority people are among the Southern indigenous tribe people. Used to the slash and burn farmers, they settled here in this area centuries ago. They still mainly speak their indigenous language and keep their traditions and customs.

The Zen Meditation.

This pagoda was built with the aim of restoring Truc Lam Yen Tu Zen school founded by king Tran Thanh Tong. Take advantage of its good location and beautiful landscapes, the pagoda was designed with a new style of architecture.

The Paradise Lake.

This beautiful lake is well-known as the lake where rivers, springs, and forests meet. Rated as the biggest lake in Dalat, it's a good idea for camping, kayaking, and picnic here.

The Cable car.

Cable car from Robin hill to the Zen Meditation is a 2.4 km cover each way. The entire view of Dalat city and evergreen pine forest is other reasons why tourists come here.

Included: Guides, entrance fee, transportation, drinking water and travel insurance.

Excluded: lunch, cable car.

Note: You can also drive motorbike by yourself, motorbike exercises are also available if needed.