• Tour code: DLMT1
  • Tour type: Private tour
  • Tour Valid: December 31st 2017
  • Duration: 1day trip
  • Destination: Da Lat - Motorbike tour

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Da Lat by Motorbike tour – HTS Tour

A wonderful way to see the sites in the surrounding areas of Dalat. Our professional English speaking motorbike riders will cover more ground and sites than any other transportation. Prepare to be enthralled by the sights and sounds of this picturesque district seen from the back of a motorbike.


  • Motorbike with English speaking driver ( gasoline, driver’s meals)
  • Entrance fees as mentioned on program


  • Lunch
  • Personal expenses
  • Insurance

What to bring: Hat, sun cream, repellent, swimsuit (If desired), camera, comfortable walking shoes


Our HTS Tour guide will pick you up at your hotel, for the Da Lat by Motorbike tour. You travel by motorbike to discover the Dalat countryside to, firstly, visit the vegetable terraces and then take a 20 minute trek up to the peak to enjoy the view that overlooks the farm and surrounding area. You keep moving to the West to see the Van Thanh flower village, one of the first flower villages in Dalat. The motorbike then takes you to a coffee plantation, a rice-wine producing village and a silk-factory. The rider then takes you to Elephant Waterfalls, one of the largest in Dalat, before moving on to the big happy Buddha statues and a tea plantation before lunch.

After lunch at a local restaurant (excluded), you then enjoy the ride back to Dalat and visit the Crazy house, designed by architect Hang Nga. Your tour will terminate at your hotel.

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1 Reviews

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  1. Peter says:

    My motorbike rider spoke very good English and was easy to understand and I enjoyed his company. We rode around and visited many of the sites in and around Da Lat, seeing vegetable terraces, and my rider accompanied me to the hill top to experience the view. We stopped and explored a flower farm, a silk factory, coffee plantation, a rice-wine village and then the Elephant waterfalls. We also saw some large Buddha statues then had our lunch. After lunch we headed back to Da Lat and visited the Crazy House, (one look and you know why it is named that) then the rider took me back to my hotel. I enjoyed my time being a pillion passenger and thank Miss Lilly from HTS for organising it for me, we covered a lot of ground in a short time.


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