Bike And Raft From Da Lat To Nha Trang


This journey to Nha Trang starts with a 45 minute transfer 25 kilometers to the north east of Dalat on a new road and through the newest national park in Vietnam (Bidoup Nui Ba).  It offers fantastic cycling in the highlands as well as down a 28 kilometer pass to the lowlands. This downhill section is continuous ~ no joke. 

After lunch we jump back into the boats and tackle a couple more sections of rapids, enjoy the fantastic scenery, and float our way closer to Nha Trang. At the end of the rafting we climb out of the river and into our vehicle for a short 40 minute ride to the city center. The total riding distance is customizable with about 60 km being the norm. The rafting section is about 10 kilometers.

The first section of the ride starts in pine forest and rolls through the hills with beautiful views of farms, countryside and Nui Ba Mountain.  There is one final 3 kilometer climb to the top of the pass before some serious downhill. The 28 kilometer, uninterrupted downhill section is the longest section of downhill we offer. And the longest we have been able to find.

After reaching the bottom of the pass we pull over to the side of the river and climb off the bikes and into the inflatable 2 man kayaks, purpose made for the kinds of rapids we encounter on the Cai River. This river forms from the many tributaries flowing out of the mountains we have just ridden down. We float down the river for a half an hour or so before stopping for a picnic lunch break.



At a Glance Overview
Minimum Participants: 2
Depart From: 109 Nguyen Van Troi Street, or we will pick you up at your hotel
End At: Nha Trang
Start Time: 7:30 am
Finish Time: Typically between 4:00 and 5:00 pm
Duration: Full day
Departure Days: Daily
Activities: Cycling- Biking and Rafting in 2 or 6 man inflatables - NOT AVAIABLE DUE TO LOW WATER LEVEL
Adventure Grade: 6 – Easy to Moderate
Transportation: Front suspension, aluminum frame mountain bike, 2 man kayak, mini bus
Meals: Fruit snack, purified drinking water.
What to Bring: Hat, sunscreen, repellent, swimsuit (if desired), camera, good shoes for biking
What's Included: English speaking guide, all necessary forest and tourist permits, first aid kit, meal, bike, helmet, gloves and vehicle transfer
What's Not: Personal major medical including evacuation insurance coverage is recommended

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