The Dalat to Phan Rang one day tour was designed to get you to where you want to go but also visit many highlights along the way. From majestic mountains to dramatic desert landscapes, Phan Rang attracts tourists with its’ beautiful and romantic beach beside a dreamy coconut forest. Phan Rang also attracts many people to its vast shimmering sand dunes. The beauty of Phan Rang is untouched and very non-touristy.
8:00 AM: We will pick you up at hotel in Da Lat and departure to Phan Rang city. This is a route through tranquil and romantic countryside, tropical forests and lush green farms. Pit stops with scenic spots and majestic mountains will help you relax on the long journey.
The first spot you visit is Linh Phuoc Pagoda. This is the famous Buddhist temple in Da Lat because of its unique architecture. All the surface of the giant structure was covered by millions of ceramic pieces from beer bottles, bowls, flower vases, glass…, so this temple also has another name is “the Ceramic Pagoda”. The 49m long dragon is made of 12,000 bottles of beer and the Quan Yin statue made of 2 tons of everlasting flowers will surprise you.
Cau Dat Tea Farm has large airy spaces with winding hills covered by green tea and Oolong tea trees. For those who love nature, Cau Dat tea plantation is the ideal place for you to stroll amongst the blue sky and learn about tea cultivating techniques. You can also visit the ancient tea factory built in 1927 and learn about the tea processing method.
You can also see a lot of Arabica coffee plantations - the most popular type of coffee in. Our tour guide will share with you many interesting information and stories about coffee.
Our car will get through the Ngoan Muc Pass with a long and winding road down the mountain, crossing the reservoirs create beautiful scenery for the area and provide irrigation water for cashew nut growing farms.
Stop to visit Po Klong Garai Towers is known as one of the typical Cham architecture built in the late 13th century. Learn about interesting historical information and witness beautiful views.
The fruitful vineyards along both sides of the way surely attract you. We stop and visit a large vineyard, their products are safe and good in quality included grapes, grape wines, grape juice, nectar, and jams. You will hear about grape growing, harvesting, storage and processing grapes into finished products.
Visit Bau Truc Pottery Village, this is the oldest pottery village in South East Asia, famous for its pottery handicrafts and unique firing clay technique
You will have great experiences when visiting the Cham brocade-weaving village. The village now has more than 500 skilled weavers. The task of weaving fabrics is for women, while men cut and sew the brocade into finished products for the market.
Finally, head to Phan Rang city and we drop you at your hotel around 4:30 PM