Cau Dat Tea - The beautiful tea plantations with various kinds of tea stretch on green curvaceous hills, being dappled with the colourfully dressed women that pick the tea – all combining to create a mesmerising image.
French Quarter is a very beautiful place in the city. The wonderful city of Dalat has developed into a very popular tourist destination in the recent past.
Bao Dai King’s Summer Palace, the last Emperor and unique cultural lifestyle of Vietnamese through Royal decoration, the meaningful place of your Dalat trip.
Crazy House: No hotel or lodging could be more bizarre than this crazy house. The deformed walls, the forest climbers are carved around the house and twisting stairs. Overall, the mansion looks like a huge candle which is melting in the heart of the city.
Linh Phuoc Pagoda: was built from debris of glass, pottery bowls and porcelain. The sanctuary of a worshipping place and the unique architecture of Asian pagodas.
Dalat railway station: was designed by architect Reveron with Ang-normand architecture style with was affected the modern style. This is the unique and beautiful construction of Dalat.
Dalat flower gardens is known as the paradise of flowers with a rich collection of local and foreign flower types: roses, impatiens walleriana, chives, azaleas, bird of paradise, hydrangeas, orchids, cactus….
Dalat university - The university campus sits on a hilly area of 40 hectares with variety of styled building hidden throughout pine trees.
Price: 40 USD
|Depart From:||38 Tăng Bạt Hổ or at your hotel.|
|Start Time:||8:30 am|
|What to Bring:||Hat, sunscreen, repellent, swimsuit (if desired), camera, toiletries.|
|What is Included:||
English speaking guide, private transportation, drinking water, travel insurance and entrance fees.
|What is not Included:||Lunch, soft drink and personal spending|
Multi day trips that are cancelled within 24 hours of the start time of the trip will be charged out at 50%. Trips that are cancelled more than 24 hours before the start of the trip will not be charged.
Day trips must be cancelled the evening before the day of the trip in order to avoid cancellation charges of 50%. Exceptions may be made in case of extreme weather conditions on day trips only.
Any deposits that are required in advance of a trip are for hotel or other travel services that may or may not be refundable, depending on the trip and time of cancellation.