The four day motorbike adventure from Ho Chi Minh to Dalat via Cat Tien National park and central highland offers you a unique motorbike experience that you too may appreciate the country just as the millions of motorbikers of our great nation do. Riding some off the most beautiful mountain back roads to get an insight into Vietnams village life; experiencing the wild life in Cat Tien national park; visiting inspiring central highland, some of the untouched and mysterious regions of Vietnam, the large home of many Vietnamese ethnic groups, the kingdom of coffee, the area of many gorgeous waterfalls in the South of Vietnam and so much more.


  • Cat Tien National park
  • Ta Dung Nature Reserve
  • Dray Sap Waterfalls
  • Lak Lake
  • Central highlands


Day 1: Sai Gon motorbike tour to Cat Tien National Park (170 km)  

  • Depart from Saigon, the largest city in Vietnam, enjoy the majestic ride through the hustle and bustle traffic of this dynamic city heading to Cat Lai ferry. Afterward, continue our journey on the winding road through many rubber plantations and tropical forests for the spectacular scenery of Tri An Reservoir.
  • Cruise along Dong Nai river as well as experience the locals life on the way as we riding through many fruit farms and rice fields along some of the back roads, followed by the visit Ma and Stieng ethnic villages in Talai commune, embark on the quick ferry ride across the river enter Cat Tien National Park. Explore the National park by the soft trek is an optional activity. Overnight in Cat Tien at one of the cozy hotel nestled right beside the river.

Day 2: Cat Tien National Park motorcycle tour to Draysap Waterfalls (220 km)

  • Refresh yourself by the fresh air and the natural beauty in the morning. Depart and take the winding ride through the rolling hill to Central Highland viewing the variety of abundant agriculture such as vegetable farms, cashew and coffee plantations. Arriving at one of Vietnam's most magnificent sites, Ta Dung Nature reserve, time may be spent exploring and enjoying the picturesque view of the Vietnam's treasure; followed by lunch.
  • Continue the journey by the majestic ride through the countryside mountain roads with spectacular scenery periodically stop at remote villages and family businesses with time to observe the local culture and practice. Arrive Quang Khe and cruise to Dray Sap waterfalls afterward where we will spent the afternoon unwinding.

Day 3: Draysap waterfalls - Lak Lake (120 km)

  • Start the day by the quick ride to  Gia Long waterfalls, time to exploring and swimming at the Unesco Global Geopark of Daknong province.
  • After the morning activities, take the country side road through spectacular vocanic rice paddies, the smell of the the rice all around you, the farmers and the childrens wave hello to you all along the way.
  • Embark on a quick ferry ride across the river followed by a bumpy however stunning ride through coffee farms, pepper farms and local villages
  • Visit the typical Vietnamese villages of M’nong where you may learn about the culture and daily life of the towns people
  • Arrive at our final destination Lak Lake before dark.

Day 4: Lak Lake - Dalat (160 km)

  • Riding an elephant or a dug-out canoe are optional activities in the morning or you just simply enjoying peaceful scenery of Lak lake with a cup of coffee.
  • We then pack up and ride along the inspiring roads though ethnic villages and coffee platations, periodically stopping to relish the spectacular scenery in addition to visiting the local market and fishing village
  • Continue the winding road spiraling up to Phu Son moutain pass, then visiting elephant water falls, skillful traditional silk factory.
  • Enjoy a special taste weasel coffee before we riding up to Dalat
  • The motorcycle tour from Saigon to Dalat ends.

The tour program includes

  • Motorbikes
  • English speaking guide
  • 3 night accommodations
  • Gasoline
  • All fees and permits
  • Luggage rack on bike
  • Water proof bags and bungee cords

The tour program does not include

  • Your food and drinks
  • Personal medical insurance
  • Motorbikes damage (for self-riders)
  • Tips