8 day trip day trip from Dalat around the south of central highlands to Ho Chi Minh city (Sai Gon)

8 day trip day trip from Dalat around the south of central highlands to Ho Chi Minh city (Sai Gon)
The way to discover the aboriginal culture of ethnic minorities  - an  opportunity to  visit the old battle fields and witness the legendary of Ho Chi Minh trails in the south of central highlands to CAM BO DIA (the main military supply of north Vietnamese soldiers in the war time) to see the real VIET NAM and IT'S culture

The sight- seeing itinerary

Day 1 
From Dalat to Lak lake we are going to visit
Crazy house – Du Sinh catholic church – flower farms – vegetable farm – The old US air force-  airbase – Napalm bombed hill – Tea and coffee gardens – local handicrafts – Bamboo basket making- silkworm raising- silks pinning factory – suspension bridge – rafting house of the fishing people on the river in the forest- the bamboo suspension bridge
The bombed bridge on the highway 27 (in the war time)
Silk worm raising – silk spinning factory – elephant waterfall –Buddhist cultural center – CHIN  minority village – the old battle fields on the high way 27 – local guerilla’s war zone in the war time in the jungle forest – M’ Nong Gah minority village and their  nomadic farming up the hill sides-
Overnight at Lak lake – home stay at minority village in the house on the stilt or guest house – resort or hotel (depend on your choice options)

Day 2 leaving LAK lake for BUON MA THUOT town 
  in the morning, walking around the Jun village to see the daily lifestyle and the activities of N’Nong R’Lum Ethnic minority – the old elephant training center –fishing on the lake by kayaks –the – minority traditional brocade hand weavings – BUON MATHUOT central market –   hill tribe museum –the old war vestiges on highway 14 –dray sap and dray nur waterfalls trekking in the jungle or swimming in the fairy lake
Overnight at DAKMIL near by the border of Cambodia

Day 3: Leaving DAK MIL for DONG XOAI
Visiting along the border side between Cambodia and Viet Nam – agent orange hill – Ho Chi Minh trails, (the main supply way of the north Vietnamese soldiers in the war time it is connected in the south of central highlands to Cambodia –. The war vestiges along the border side –the major battle fields and bombed craters along the border – B’NONG minority village –war memorial black pepper gardens
The STIENG  minority village – Cashew gardens – Cashew nut factory – bamboo basket knitting- the plying plank factories –
Over night at DONG XOAI town

Day 4 leaving DONG XOAI for HO CHI MINH city (SAI GON)
Rubber plantations- hill tribe’s nomadic farming –manioc farms   bombed bridge on the highway 13 to cut off the reinforcement of the south VIETNAMESE soldiers in 1972 and isolated the central highlands
Spending 2 hours in CU CHI tunnel- gun shooting or creep under tunnel
Local CAO DAI temple and local religion temples

  snake farm - AP BAC  victorria  ( the  old battle field between  the local guerilla  and south vietname
soldiers in 1963 ) fishing village -   take the boat trip to discover arond the canals dis cover the the island and the daily life style of the local people along the riversides - coco nut candy producing
 overnight at PHOENIX island
Day 6 - leaving BEN TRE for CAN THO 
The trip can be extended 2 or 5 days more to MEKONG DELTA
NOTE:    You can do this trip by motorbikes or 4 wheel drive jeep the price is the same = 75 usd per person per day  ,the price is excluding the  accommodations but he hotels are available between 10 to 12 usd for double room the meal about  2 usd pax , but if you have 3 or 4 people you can share the jeep is cheaper than the bikes 50  USD x 4 people  = 200 USD per day depends on your choice optiions the bikers or the van.  I am willing to serve you
precaution : if you book the trip with hotel or tourist offices they will sell the trip to the others you won't be able to know who is your guide on your trip the real or the fakes EASYRIDERS  ,but if you contact directly to me i will be your guide on the trip; how to see the real VIETNAM  and  it's cultures