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Elegant Travel Located at 216 De Tham, Pham Ngu Lao, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, VN.Reviewed by 2048 Khách hàng. Rated: 9.5/ 10 (Excellent)


This trip will take you to amazingly beautiful central highland Vietnam,spectacular villages,the rural countryside.

    • Day 1: Ho Chi Minh City Arrival

      Arriving at Tan Son Nhat airport in Ho Chi Minh City, you’ll be greeted by your guide and driven to Dalat, the city of eternal spring. The journey will takes you through attractive scenery and large coffee plantations. After checking into your hotel, you’ll be free for relaxing or explore the city by yourself. Your overnight will be in Dalat. 
       Day 2: Dalat (B/L)
      In the morning, you’ll ride a cable car to Truc Lam Pagoda and Tuyen Lam Lake. Truc Lam is the biggest pagoda in Dalat standing in Phoenix Mountain about 1,300m above the sea-level. It’s surrounded by an attractive flower garden and with the view of pure water lake and the pine forest on the far side. After lunch at local restaurant, you’ll visit Emperor Bao Dai’s Summer Palace, Crazy House, Dalat Railway station and Dalat market. You’ll spend overnight in Dalat. 
      Note: If you travel with your children, you’ll cruise across the Tuyen Lam Lake for an hour of elephant ride on the island in the middle of the lake. 

       Day 3: Dalat (B/L)
      In the morning, you’ll pass by Love Valley to visit Lang Biang Mountain, around 15km far from the city centre. Take a jeep to the top of the mountain where you can see the full view of Dalat city, the peaceful Dankia and Ankoet Lake (or Golden Stream Lake) – two human-made ones that supply water to the city from the French colonial time. Located at the foot of the mountain is the village of the Lach ethnic minority people. You’ll stop here for a while to visit their wooden church and traditional long house. Return to the town for lunch and free in the afternoon for relaxing. Your overnight will be in Dalat. 

       Day 4: Dalat - Buon Ma Thuot (B/L/D)
      After breakfast at the hotel, leave Dalat to Buon Ma Thuot. You’ll stop on the way to visit silk factory and Elephant waterfall. Fifty kilometres before reaching Buon Ma Thuot, you’ll visit Buon Juin, a M’Nong ethnic minority village where you’ll have lunch. You’ll then take a dugout canoe to cross the Lak Lake to M’Lieng village for an elephant ride. Your dinner and overnight will be in Buon Ma Thuot. 

      Day 5: Buon Ma Thuot (B/L/D)
      After breakfast, your driver will arrive to take you to Gia Long waterfall. You’ll cross the river on a simple raft, and stroll through primitive forest. After clambering down a slope, you’ll be able to bath in the ‘Fairy Pool’, a small natural lake with a sandy bottom. After a picnic lunch, you’ll be driven to Dray Nur waterfall and from there back to the town to visit the local Ethnology Museum and A Co Thon village, home of many Ede ethnic minority people. You’ll spend the night in Buon Ma Thuot.

       Day 6: Buon Ma Thuot – Pleiku – Kon Tum (B/L/D)

      Your next destination is Kon Tum Town, around five hours drive from Buon Ma Thuot. Arriving in Kon Tum at noon, check in your hotel for relaxing. You’ll be free in the remainder of the day for relaxing. Your dinner and overnight will be in Kon Tum. 

      Day 7: Kon Tum (B/L/D)
      After breakfast at the hotel, you’ll visit the Seminary in the town centre and then Pleitonghia village of Bahnar people and Kon Ho Ngor village of Ro Ngao People that located along Dakbla River. Your morning will finish with a visit to funeral houses of Ja Rai people. This is a special cultural feature of Ja Rai ethnic minority in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. A funeral house is built over the grave and evocative sculptures of people, birds and objects from everyday life are placed inside. Return to the tow for lunch. 
      In the afternoon, you’ll drive to Konkotu village of Bahnar ethnic minority people. Check in your Rong house and then trek upstream along the Dakblar River for more than 1 hour where you’ll ride dug-out canoe downstream back to Konkotu village. In the evening, enjoy traditional Gong Music, Xoang dance and drink local jar-wine. Your overnight will be at Rong House.

       Day 8: Kon Tum (B/L/D)
      In the morning, you’ll return to the town for breakfast and then visit to a unique wooden cathedral and an Orphanage. You’ll then visit the villages of the Bahnar people including Kon Tum Ko Nam, Kon Tum Ko Pang and KonRo Wang, Konklor suspention bridge, Kon Jo Ri and Konklor II. Return to the town for overnight. 

       Day 9: Kon Tum – Pleiku - Ho Chi Minh City (B)
      After breakfast, you’ll drive to Pleiku airport for your flight to Ho Chi Minh City. 

      Hotel Grade

      Price in Party of

      Single supplement

      2 pax

      3-4 pax

      5-7 pax

      8-10 pax

      3 Star hotel

      US$ 1.219





      Prices may change without note

      > Breakfast and accommodation sharing a twin or double room.
      > Travel in an appropriate private air-conditioned vehicle with an experienced safe driver.
      > The services of an experienced English-speaking guide throughout the tour (please note: guides will be on hand from pick-up until guests’ return to their hotel or reaching their destination). 
      > Domestic flight Pleiku – Ho Chi Minh City including airport taxes (Vietnam Airlines, economic class)
      > Where necessary, entry fees and permission to enter border areas for all visits mentioned in the programme.
      > Lunches and dinners (as specified in the itinerary) in the best local restaurants, or picnics where no suitable restaurant is available.


      > International flight tickets and airport tax.
      > Visas
      > Dinners, except as specified above. 
      > Drinks, gratuities and personal expenses.
      > Camera fees (if any)


    Tay Nguyen, translated as Western Highlands and sometimes also called Central Highlands, is one of the regions of Vietnam. It contains the provinces of Dak Lak, Dak Nong, Gia Lai, Kon Tum, Lam Đong.

    It has a large population of ethnic minorities such as the people of Malayo-Polynesian languages (Jarai and Ede) and the people of Mon-Khmer languages (Bahnar and K’hor). Therefore, the Degar organized the FULRO (1964–1992) and the Montagnard Foundation (1990–), and are continuing the Montagnard Independence Movement from Vietnam. Tay nguyen is the home to most prominent and also most endangered species of VietNam and Southeast Asia: the Indochinese tiger, the huge gaur, the Wild Asian Water Buffalo, the banteng, and the Asian elephant.

    This region is sometimes referred to as Cao Nguyen Trung Bo (literally “Midland Highlands”), and was referred to during the Republic of Vietnam as Cao Nguyen Trung Phan (literally “Central Highlands”).

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