3-Day Tour To Da Lat - Internal Spring World

 
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Category: Vietnam Optional Tours
 
Duration: 3 Days / 2 Nights
 
Depart From: Ho Chi Minh City
 
Return From: Da Lat
 
Destinations: Saigon - Da Lat with Linh Phuoc Pagoda - Xuan Huong lake - Truc Lam Zen Monastery
 
From: $US 78 To US$ 275
 
 

Day 1: Ho Chi Minh - Da Lat

This morning we leave Ho Chi Minh City and head for the hills, literally. The scenic 7-hour drive along Highway 20 to Da Lat will be broken up by stops at some of the tea and coffee plantations. We will stop for lunch at the picturesque Ponguar water falls, about 15km from the highway. Here you may have the opportunity of having your photo taken next to an elephant! Arriving at Da Lat, sometimes known as the “City of Eternal Spring,” by late to mid afternoon, there will be the chance for a short walk to get a feel for this delightful city. 
O/N at hotel.

Day 2: Da Lat

In the morning, we take the visit to Linh Phuoc Pagoda: 9km East from the center, the most colorful decorated temple of Dalat, caved with tens of thousands of beer bottles and broken china. Then we continue the visit to Truc Lam Zen Monastery, the largest Zen Monastery of Vietnam. A boat trip on Tuyen Lam Lake to the fine forest, time for a walk and an elephant ride. After lunch at a restaurant, back to the pier. 
In the afternoon, we visit Dalat Railways Station, which is remarkable with its architecture and its old steam locomotive. After visiting the crazy monk and Bao Dai house, free time for strolling in the Dalat City. 
O/N in Dalat.

Day 3: Da Lat - Ho Chi Minh

This morning we check out of the hotel and drive back to Ho Chi Minh City (or take flight back to Ho Chi Minh City)

 

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