Jungle Fever Trekking

Overview

Jungle Fever - 2 Day Trekking from Da Lat to Tuyen Lam Lake Area

Highlights

  • 22 km trekking in two days, swimming and kayaking at Tuyen Lam Lake in Dalat
  • Pick up and transfer in Dalat city
  • Picnic lunch, local restaurant dinner, bonfire, night in tents
  • Professional and licensed guides 

Trek the first day from just outside of Dalat on the Pinhatt Mt. trail to Tuyen Lam Lake. The trail is moderate on the first day and walks along a jungle fringed ridgeline before descending to the campsite on the shore of the lake. The second day puts you deeper into the jungle as you trek further south. This moderate trek involves about 4 to 5 hours of hiking each day.

trekking camping kayaking and hiking in Da Lat
Kayaking on Tuyen Lam Lake

This two day trip starts to the South of Dalat City. We drive along picturesque scenic roads to the Pinhatt Mountain Trailhead, where we start our journey.

A few minute warm up walk leads us through forest paths to the base of Pinhatt Mt. Get ready for the steep uphill climb (45 minutes) to the summit of the mountain. The views from the top are worth the effort!

You may see him/her on your way to the campsite

After getting some rest on the mountain top, we slowly descend. You will notice a very dramatic difference in the flora and fauna. The valley you enter is no longer pine forest, but the jungle that Vietnam is so famous for. It is a short but exciting bit of jungle that we walk through.

trekking camping and hiking in Da Lat
Camping at Tuyen Lam Lake

We will then emerge on the other side, at a campsite where you will be treated to a picnic lunch of fresh veggies and fruits, baguettes with an assortment of toppings and a French-style pastry to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Lantanas when camping hiking trekking in Da Lat
Lantanas

A great kayaking in the afternoon is available for those who love to be on the water. And hikers are also free to swim, or just relax until dinner and camp for the night at the campsite.

trekking camping kayaking and hiking in Da Lat
Bonfire by the lake

On day two, there is a short boat ride from campsite to get to the trailhead. We will continue to walk the rolling hills among the vines, broad-leaf trees and enjoy the cool jungle breeze. If you’re lucky, you may see a wild orchid in bloom or a troop of monkeys.

trekking camping kayaking and hiking in Da Lat
Jungle trekking

The trail is flat through the most beautiful jungle in Dalat. A stop for lunch spot where the views of the biggest tree are fantastic.

After lunch the trail goes downhill gradually along a ridgeline and the jungle canopy starts to cool down with the nice and fresh of fern tree area. We will cross a small    stream and then up to another hill for an hour to the thin jungle before coming to a clearing where the jungle ends. This flat section leads us down toward the valley below which is dotted with huge farms growing vegetables and flowers. Our vehicle will pick us up at the end of the hike and transfer us back to Dalat.

 


Information

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: 109 Nguyen Van Troi Street, or we will drop you off at your hotel
Start Time: 9:00 am
Finish Time: Between 3:30 pm and 4:30 pm
Duration: Two days
Departure Days: Daily
Activities: 2 Day Trip: Hiking - Trekking - Camping - Kayaking and Swimming (if desired)
Adventure Grade: 6 On First Day, 7 On Second Day
Transportation: Van or car to trail head, depending on group size
Meals: Fruit snack, purified drinking water, two picnic lunches, one dinner and one breakfast. Please note one day in advance if you have special dietary requirements.
What to Bring: Hat, sunscreen, clothes for swimming if interested, repellent, camera, long pants if you are bothered by close brush, warm clothes for night time, comfortable walking shoes such as sport shoes or hiking boots.
What's Included: English speaking guide, all necessary forest and tourist permits, first aid kit, meal and transport as listed above
What's Not: Personal major medical including evacuation insurance coverage is recommended.

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