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River Rafting Adventure in Dalat | Small Group Experience

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Add an exciting twist to your Vietnam visit with a white water rafting tour down one of the country's most majestic waterways. Take in the magnificent scenery as you cruise down the Dalat River, and allow the cold water to refresh your body's every fiber. This tour is perfect for adventurous travelers, seeking to make memories that last a lifetime.

Quick Facts

  • River rafting adventure in Dalat
  • All equipment needed included
  • Hands on tutorial on how to raft
  • Enjoy the scenery of Dalat as you drift along the river
  • Included
  • 8 hours
  • All year long
  • English
  • 8+


  • Adventure
  • Countryside
  • Nature
  • Water


The eight-hour tour starts as you are picked up at your Hotel in Dalat at 7:30, before your friendly guide takes you to the beautiful Dalat River. 

Once there, you will receive all the equipment needed to keep you safe on your journey. But before you set off, you will, of course, receive a safety briefing and get to practice how to maneuver the craft.

The river runs through a relatively leveled area, past both deep ravines and narrow valleys, making this tour perfect for both beginners and experts alike. 

Your journey will last roughly 3.5 hours, taking you down an 11-kilometer stretch, through the greater-Dalat area, which is known for its breathtaking landscapes. 

Stops will be made along the way, in which you can swim and take in the stunning scenery—and the group's daredevils will get a chance to jump off a 7 to 11-meter high cliff, into the cold, refreshing water. 

To maximize your experience, the tour is only conducted in small groups. All guests receive a complimentary lunch and drinking water, and if you so desire, visits to countryside attractions—such as Elephant Falls, the Weasel Coffee Farm, and the Minority Village—can be added to your itinerary free of charge.

Good to know

What's included?

  • all equipment
  • entrance fees
  • free photos and video.
  • Guides
  • lunch and drinking water
  • transportation
  • Personal Expenses