Day 1: Dalat – Di Linh (80Km – L)
We start the ride from Dalat and heads out to the southwest past Cam Ly fall and this is where you warm up your legs with a couple of small hills and one big hill on paved road before enjoying some great downhills with some steep descents on big dirt road through pine forest.
After this long downhill section we connect into a local village of the K’ho ethnic tribe and heads into awesome single track through coffee plantations and vegetations farms. Then we keep riding on to the main paved road out of TaNung village. From here we continue our ride through easy rolling hills and enjoy local attractions along the way including a cricket farm, rice wine making factory, a local silk throwing factory to see the whole process of how silk is made.
After the 30 km mark we arrive at Elephant waterfalls where we enjoy a lunch at the local restaurant here.
After lunch your guide will take you for a walk down the waterfalls to feel the power of this wonderful area. Then enjoy your free time at Linh An pagoda nearby followed by a giant Budda statue on the back side of it. Keep going 25km to Duc Trong district and enjoy the sugar canes before taking a vehicle transfer to Di Linh where we spend a night.
Day 2: Di Linh – Mui Ne (100Km – B+L)
This day is mostly down hill ride to Mui Ne as you wind through pine and jungle forested valleys into the tropical climate below. Our support vehicle takes you far from Di Linh (10 km) where we start the ride down to Mui Ne. The ride goes through small minority villages and jungle forested valleys to the beautiful beaches below. The first section of riding is through tea platations, coffee plantations and forest and includes a 5 kilometers uphill climb to get you warmed up.
This is followed by plenty of down hill and rolling sections. A final long downhill pass is completed before the road flattens out with a long cruise to Highway 1, where the ride ends and our vehicle transports us the rest of the way to Mui Ne (usually 30 minutes). The road is mostly paved (sealed) secondary and the support vehicle is used to transport all luggage and provisions for lunch and refreshment. The ride is also customizable in length, as the support vehicle can be used at any time by tired riders. See you again.
Our treks are designed to take you through the amazing ecosystems and terrain that make Dalat famous. Pine forested hills. Jungle blanketed valleys with the occasional waterfall. Spectacular lakes. Remote villages and farms. We’ve even designed hikes that expose you to a little bit of everything. Glance through our trips to see which ones suit your ability level and ...