This program invites you to leave the city centre and visit the farming land of coffee and tea. Learn about the farming process and specialties of the Dalat agricultural products.
8:30 AM: In the morning, on the way toward Cau Dat plantation we will visit the French Quarter with many old-style dimly appears in the pine trees, and stop some places where you can admire beautiful scenery of immense, green Arabica coffee plantations and the guide help you understand the processes, such as: the picking of coffee, selecting coffee at the field and the factory, drying of coffee seeds and the process of milling coffee seeds that produces Arabica Instant Coffee that has a special taste and a nice fragrance. Keep on visiting Trai Ham Da Lat weasel coffee – Civet Coffee’s real flavor.
The beautiful tea plantations with various kinds of tea stretching on green curvaceous hills, being dappled with the colorful dressed women that pick the tea – all combining to create a mesmerizing image. It is very informative to have a tour of the tea process in Cau Dat tea factory which was established in 1927 over many historical periods and over several generations by the French director of the organization planting, harvesting and management since its establishment.
In the afternoon, you will discover the imposing waterfall and the mysterious tigers’ den as well as discovering the nature at the Tigers’ Den waterfall.
Continue to visit the admirable architecture which was built from debris of glass, pottery and porcelain creating colorful paintings at Linh Phuoc Pagoda. Amazing of the unique Guan Yin statue and a strange 49m long dragon and its fin is covered with fragments of 50 thousand bottles of beer.
On the way back to Da Lat city, we will visit Da Lat winery for various products brand Da Lat wine made from grapes and specialties of Da Lat such as lemon and strawberry liquor, whisky, plum liquor, coffee liquor, mulberry wine…
Drop at the nicest old railway station of Indochina with ancient French architectures, the old steam locomotive of Japan and the unique cog railway with Swiss technology offering an atmospheric slice of Da Lat history before getting back your hotel.