Leave Mui Ne in the early morning to visit the fishing village, fairy springs, red canyon, white sand dunes, drop by the local families to know the daily life of farmers who plan the dragon fruits. Continue traveling to the Central Highlands and stop in the K’ho ethnic minority village to learn the culture of their wild life in the edge of the Central Highlands. Arrive in Bao Loc after visiting Dambri waterfall – about 90 meters high.
Leaving Bao Loc for Dak Mil, visit the green tea farms, the colourful Di Linh Market with different cultures and customs of hill tribes, enjoy the hospitality of the E’de hill tribe by visiting their homes, trek through the rain forest to see the beauty of the area. Arrive in Dak Mil around 5 pm.
The easyriders would take you to visit the ‘Le Petite Paris’, and after visiting the highlights of the city like the Crazy House, Flower Market, and Dragon Pagoda, we would head for the countryside to explore the rural life of the farmers who cultivate on their land such things as flowers, coffee, tea, mushrooms, vegetables. We would stop for lunch and try the different dishes of Vietnamese cuisine.
Leave ‘Le Petite Paris’ after visiting the highlights of the city such as the Crazy House, Flower Market, Dragon Pagoda, we’ll head for the countryside to explore the rural life of the farmers who cultivate their land whose produce include flowers, coffee, tea, mushrooms, vegetables, amongst other things. Then we’ll stop for lunch, and try the different dishes of local Vietnamese cuisine.
After visiting the orange agent areas to learn more the Civil War of Vietnam before 1975, we can then go trekking through the jungle to relax and enjoy the breath-taking nature of the Central Highlands, visit a chopstick making factory, the rice agriculture of the M’nong ethnic minority in this area.
Leaving Lak Lake for Buon Me Thuot City after learning about the daily life of the locals, riding elephants to explore the area, or even riding a boat around the lake to have some great shots of the sunrise on the lake, or of the local fishermen. We could trek to the top of the Elephant Rock mountain to enjoy the panoramic view of the area, and then move on and visit the City to try Vietnamese fresh spring rolls for lunch.
We would then travel to Dray Sap falls (the most beautiful waterfall) where you can dip your body into the Fairy Pool next to the waterfall after a hot day traveling. Then we’d travel to the Virgin Waterfall and stay overnight in the bungalow or in the Long House in the jungle.