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Enchanting Vietnam: From Dalat to Hue

8 days / 7 nights
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Prepare to be spellbound by the ancient wonders and scenic beauties in Vietnam. Start the tour off in Dalat, a city where French and Vietnamese history blend together to create an atmosphere unlike any other. Next, find a sense of calm while trekking along the riverside by the stunning Dray Sap and Dray Nur waterfalls. Continue deep into the beautiful Vietnamese countryside and discover the most aromatic and flavourful coffee in the famous Trung Nguyen coffee village. Finish the epic journey by visiting the sacred town of Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and uncover the elaborate tombs of emperors past in the Imperial City of Hue.

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  • Caffeine Fix: Sip some the best coffee in the world at the famous Trung Nguyen coffee village, known for rich, multi-species, heirloom coffees, which are deep-roasted but never burnt.
  • Arrive in Style: The sacred Thien Mu Pagoda is one Vietnam's most revered spiritual sites and travelers will arrive via dragon boat, on a cruise along the Perfume River.
  • Buon Me Thuot: The powerful cascades of the Dray Sap and Dray Nur waterfalls are just a couple of this region's natural wonders.


Day 1


Dalat »

After breakfast, depart from Ho Chi Minh City and visit the gorgeous Dambri Waterfall. Next, journey to Dalat, around 5 hours' drive away and experience a unique city that shares both French and Vietnamese roots. After settling in to your comfortable hotel, feel free to explore Dalat on your own. Take a stroll through the city and admire the many hotels and houses built in European style. Pine-covered hills and lakes also surround the metropolis, making it a scenic destination that differs from the rest of the country.

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Day 2


Buon Me Thuot

Start the day off with a scenic drive to Buon Me Thuot (around 4 hours) and stop along the way to enjoy a delicious local lunch. Continue to the Krong Ana River and be mesmerized by the beauty of the Dray Sap and Dray Nur waterfalls. Next, trek through the riverside and get an even better view of the majestic falls.

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Buon Me Thuot

Day 3


Kon Tum

Head deep into the lush green countryside and discover the best coffee in the world at the Trung Nguyen coffee village. Trung Nguyen is famous for coffees that are deep-roasted and rich in flavour. Here, you’ll sip an unforgettable cup and take in the beautiful highland scenery that surrounds you. Next, you’ll visit the rustic town of Kon Tum (around 5 hours' drive). Experience Kon Tum on your own for the remainder of the day. Consider hiring a guide and visiting the villages of indigenous hill tribes located on the outskirts of town.

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Day 4


Hoi An »

Begin the day with a stop at the sacred town of Hoi An, around 4.5 hours away, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you’ll enjoy free time for the rest of the day. Take this opportunity to learn about Vietnamese culture at the Hoi An Museum of History and Culture. We also recommend enrolling in a private cooking class offered by many restaurants to learn the art of Vietnamese cuisine.

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Hoi An & Danang

Day 5


Hoi An »

In the morning, tour the local market and see fresh produce bursting with colour. Next, sail on the Thu Bon River and visit the island of Cam Nam. Continue by boat to the estuary and see where the river meets the ocean. After taking in the breathtaking views, we head back to Hoi An and embark on a walking or biking tour of the ancient town. Don’t miss the beautiful gardens and intricate architecture of the Fukien Assembly Hall. End the exciting day with a stop at the Japanese Covered Bridge, a famous landmark built in the early 1600’s by a small Japanese community.

Day 6


Hue »

Pack your bags and take a scenic 3-hour drive to the Imperial City of Hue first thing in the morning. You’ll spend the day gazing at the stunning landscapes of Vietnam as we pass the beautiful Son Tra Mountain and the Marble Mountains. Continue to the fishing village of Lang Co and stop to eat a hearty lunch. After a delicious meal, we hit the road again until we arrive in Hue.

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Day 7


Hue »

Spend the day sailing in a dragon boat and cruise to Thien Mu Pagoda, one of the oldest religious sites in the country. Next, uncover the Imperial Citadel and walk through the walled fortress and palace. Continue your exploration and tour the decorative tombs of emperors and learn the ancient philosophies of Vietnamese kings.

Day 8



Make the most of your last free day in Hue. We recommend taking refuge in the relaxing hot springs located in My An and Thanh Tan. Feel rejuvenated by the soothing waters and leave refreshed. You could also take a beach day and travel a few miles outside Hue to Thuan An beach for crystal blue water and white sandy beaches. In the afternoon we depart to Phu Bai International Airport where say farewell.

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