Dalat
Bike Tours

Enter your dates to find available activities

Our most recommended Dalat Bike Tours

Da Lat and Paradise Lake Full-Day Tour by Motorbike

1. Da Lat and Paradise Lake Full-Day Tour by Motorbike

Discover one of the most beautiful cities in Vietnam on a full-day scenic tour of Da Lat and its surroundings by motorbike. Following a pick-up from your hotel, drive to the Vallee d'Amour (“Valley of Love”), taking a short cut to a flower garden to see more than 2,000 different varieties of flower. Pass the historic railway station, built in the 1930s as a reflection of French colonial rule. The unique cogwheel rail line was destroyed in the Vietnam War, but has been faitfully restored to take passengers to Linh Phuoc village. You can either ride the train, or travel by motorcycle to the village, where there will be time to admire the dragon pagoda. Visit a red wine factory to learn how Da Lat wine is produced. Along the way, admire the many villas of the city’s French district. Next, admire the cascades of Datanla waterfall. Continue to Paradise Lake to see its famous meditation center and one of the most beautiful views of the area. Return to Da Lat city center to see the Hằng Nga guesthouse, known as “Crazy House” for its unconventional design.

Dalat: Private Day City Tour with Cable Car Ride

2. Dalat: Private Day City Tour with Cable Car Ride

Enjoy an action-packed day with a comprehensive tour of Dalat with your guide and driver. Choose from a motorcycle or car vehicle for your day out.  From French colonial architecture, to cable cars, gardens, waterfalls, and roller coasters, you’ll see it all. Start with a morning pickup from your accommodation in Dalat city and head first to Dalat Cable Car Station in Robin Hill. Get unrivaled panoramic views of the whole green city from 300 meters up, with bonus views of the pine forest in the valley.  Next up is Tuyen Lam Lake in the middle of the pine forest. Take in more pretty mountainous views from the Truc Kam Zen Monastery, Vietnam’s biggest Zen university with picturesque gardens. Your next stop is Datanla Waterfall, a waterfall that not only offers great natural vistas, but also a small rollercoaster and a host of activities. For more of a historical and cultural visit, move on to the Bao Dai King's Summer Palace next. Enjoy access to all 25 rooms in the palace and the exquisite gardens. Stop for lunch in your free time, where your guide can help you find the right spot to eat according to your taste and requirements.   Next, onto the Dalat Flower Park, known as the Paradise of Flowers with a rich collection of local and foreign flower types. Find roses, Hydrangeas, Orchids, and Cactus among other plants here. Head on to your next stop, the Golden Statue of Sakyamuni Buddha, before proceeding to Dalat City Cathedral. Famous for its bronze rooster on top of the tower, it’s known as the “Church or the chicken” and is styled in the European Gothic Architectural style since 1931.  Finish off your tour either in Dalat itself to continue exploring in the late afternoon or with a drop-off at your city accommodation.

Frequently asked questions about Dalat Bike Tours

What are other things to do than Bike Tours that are worth visiting in Dalat?

The other unmissable things to do in Dalat are:

Other Sightseeing Options in Dalat

Want to discover all there is to do in Dalat? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Dalat

Great fun and fascinating. Friendly, knowledgeable guides. We didn’t know what we were going to see next! (Well, they had a list they rattled off at the beginning but we have short memories.) wouldn’t have traded this day for anything.

Really lovely friendly guide and comfortable bike. He was very flexible to adjust the order of stops so that I could ride on the train. All of the stops were really different so it was a great combination of activities.

Great Trip

I had a great tour with my friendly and funny Guide Lee. He has great knowledge about the country and got me everywhere safely. I saw beautyful landscape and met very friendly people. I recomend the tour to everyone.