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Mekong Delta day tour – Cai Rang floating market

Mr. Ninh arranged a wonderful trip for us from Saigon to the Cai Rang floating market. I tried to arrange a day trip to Cai Rang with other more reviewed Mekong delta tour groups with no luck. They would only go to Cai Be in one day, which is not the same as Cai Rang.  All in all, a great tour and just what I wanted!

Mekong Delta day tour – Cai Rang floating market

June 5, 2016


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Misty Highland Jeep Tour Vietnam

Nha Trang: Pre-tour day AAT will pick you up from airport and take you to your pre-tour accommodation. There will be some time for sightseeing- so, if you can, make time to wander around the town, maybe even visit the beach for a quick swim. A Welcome Dinner is supplied in the evening, along with […]

Nha Trang: Pre-tour day

AAT will pick you up from airport and take you to your pre-tour accommodation. There will be some time for sightseeing- so, if you can, make time to wander around the town, maybe even visit the beach for a quick swim. A Welcome Dinner is supplied in the evening, along with a comprehensive briefing of the journey. AAT will also provide a map of our intended journey. This is also a great time to meet the other riders.

Day 1.   Nha Trang – Phan Rang (120 km)

You will leave Nha Trang and the chaos of morning traffic of this bustling seaside resort town. You will travel along the coastal beach roads towards Phan Rang and maybe stop at one of the beautiful little beaches where you can relax and even take a dip. This is a great day for you to be acquainted with the open air jeep in Vietnam.  Our guides will make this a pleasant and safe experience as you follow their lead.    Lunch will be special picnic treat or, if the weather doesn’t agree, then at one of the restaurants on the cove.  You will then continue to Phan Rang where you will finish the first day with a cold drink and then swap some stories over dinner. Our resort villa accommodation is located along the famous Ninh Chu beach.

Day 2.  Phan Rang- Da Lat (120km)

You will travel via some main and secondary roads that are a load of fun on the open air jeep. First we can stop off at the Cham Towers- ruins that date back to the earliest times in this part of the world.  A visit to Cham village – the oldest pottery village in South East Asia. Then it’s down through valleys that are seldom visited by foreign travellers. Take part in our coconut bridge challenge and possibly be rewarded with a bottle of local wine.  After lunch at one of the small towns, we head towards the mountain resort of Dalat- considered the honeymoon capital of Vietnam. First though, a quick trip to the waterfalls that lay a little south of our destination. Then we can just relax near the lake at a sidewalk café and watch the world go by. If you have enough energy, take time to visit the night markets that take over the centre of town after-dark or if you have time watch the local K’ho traditional Music & Dance festival.

Day 3.  Da Lat- Lak Lake (180 km)

Today we are off to Lak Lake- via the scenic route. The largest natural body of water in the central highlands, the Jeep’s will revel in the mix of roads that lead to this natural beauty and calm of this locality.  We will arrive early, leaving plenty of time to wind down and wander around this small town or maybe even feed the local elephants.  If you are up early enough then a visit to the local markets is always a treat.   Vietnam is filled with ethnic minorities and hill tribes that have inhabited the area for many centuries, and the area around Lak Lake is no different.

Day 4. Lak Lake- Buon Ma Thuot  (100km)

Today it’s a short ride to Buon Ma Thuot, not too far from the Cambodian border.  Buon Ma Thuot is the capital of Dak Lak Province- more winding roads, more valleys, more fun.    Lunch will be a picnic at the spectacular Dray Nur Falls- wander to the nearby village or, for the brave, consider a dip at the bubbling base of the falls. This is truly an oasis to visit.   Upon arrival at Buon Ma Thuot, mingle with the locals, people are friendly, the coffee is great, and a stop here is well worth it to get off the beaten track.  Try your hand a making noodle Pho & Drum.

Day 5.  Buon Ma Thuot- Kon Tum(240 km)

Kon Tum is today’s destination.   Kon Tum is the capital city of Kon Tum Province in Vietnam with close proximity to the borders of Laos and Cambodia.  You will experience a mix of roads winding through towns and valleys.  Interact with the locals as we make some stops at minority villages and a picnic lunch across a rickety suspension bridge.  Watch as the locals calmly ride across, often 2 up or carrying astonishing loads along the suspension bridge that scares visitors just trying to walk on it! Various inclusions today include visit to Tea, Coffee, Kakao & Pepper plantations. A must visit to the Orphanage behind the old wooden Church.

Day 6.  Kon Tum-Kham Duc(180 km)

You will leave Komtum and ride the famous Ho Chi Minh Road. This was part of the system that troops used during the years of the American conflict in the late 60s and early 70s of the last century. Today it is a concrete highway that twists and turns its way through jungles and mountains. Be ready for major fun on this curved paradise as it drops into the jungle valleys and rises to the mountain ridges. There is not much traffic but remain alert. We take time out Visiting and gifting local Sedang kids on Ho Chi Minh trail.

Day 7.  Kham Duc -Hoi An (175km)

This is a reasonably long day with some fun riding. We will ride to the coast along Highway 49- a road that wanders through a landscape dotted with spice trees and fruit farms. As we approach the town of Danang (famous for its Cau Dai Beach and setting for the Robin Williams movie Good Morning Vietnam) you will experience the fun of riding the Hai Van Pass of Top Gear fame. This pass once divided the different kingdoms of old Vietnam and the views at the top will definitely warrant a quick break for a cold drink.

The ride will finish at Hoi An with the farewell lunch- a time to reminisce about the last week and all that it offered. If you are not in a hurry, Hoi An is a great place to stay a few more days to relax a bit more, do that final souvenir shopping and visit some of the local landmarks. Take time to visit the world heritage listed old town and at night, its famous Lantern Street. Dinner by the lake while sipping a drink, or two, will complete your journey to this wonderful country.

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