Private guided Dalat city tour


Private guided Dalat city tour price is given per vehicle up to 4 passengers. Price includes a two-way transfer from Mui Ne by 7-seater SUV, tour guide, entrance fees, and lunch. Not included cable car tickets.

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Private guided Dalat city tour

Private guided Dalat city tour starts, and ends in Phan Thiet & Ke Ga, Mui Ne, Tien Thanh areas. Dalat city features a subtropical highland climate, and temperatures are mild throughout the year. The city is an excellent destination to visit all year round. Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel at 5 am.

Private guided Dalat city tour itinerary: 

– Caffe plantation
– Flower Garden
– Pongour Waterfall
– Emperor Bao Dai Summer Palace
– Truc Lam Zen Buddhist Monastery
– Tuyen Lam Lake
– Crazy house
– Handcraft workshop.

Private guided Dalat city tour price includes: 7-seater SUV, tourist guide, entrance fees and lunch.
Not included: Cable car tickets.

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About Dalat City

Dalat city (Vn: Đà Lạt) is the capital of Lam Dong Province. Located on the Langbiang Plateau at an altitude of 1,500 m above sea level. In the centre of the city lies the 2 square kilometre, Xuan Huong artificial lake. Da Lat is called the City of Eternal Spring and is a medium-sized Vietnamese city reminiscent of the French Alps. The streets are spacious with elegant French colonial villas, and the locals are very friendly. Dalat a great hideaway for escaping both the hustle and bustle of the city and the heat. The town and its districts grow a variety of berries, fruits, silk, tea, coffee, flowers, rice and much more. Read more: Dalat city – (liveinmuine.com)

About Mui Ne

Mui Ne beach is part of Phan Thiet district, and Phan Thiet is the capital of Binh Thuan province. Mui Ne is a fishing village that actually located on the Mui Ne peninsula, and Mui Ne beach is not there. Phan Thiet is a fairly young town, with the town’s 100th anniversary only celebrated in 1998. 100 years ago, Phan Thiet was a small fishing village, which today has grown into one of the main beach resorts in the southern part of Vietnam. The city of Phan Thiet is divided into 18 districts and Ham Tien is the Mui Ne Beach Resort District where can be found hotels, bars, cafes and restaurants on both sides of the road. Read more: Mui Ne beach – (liveinmuine.com)