Water Puppet Tours


With its numerous national parks, white sand beaches, colourful villages, pagodas and ancient monuments, forests and islands, Vietnam is a land of often surprising beauty, offering cultural depth and history, increasingly combined with tourism-friendly areas offering all the facilities a modern traveller could wish for.

Vietnam’s people are its greatest asset: gregarious, friendly and eager to meet visitors. In the bustling cities, the often chaotic streets contrast ox carts with limousines, ancient rituals with sophisticated technology, and are ruled by the ubiquitous moped.

Our strength is in translating these opportunities into detailed, practical itineraries. We do luxury travel and event planning, as well as a wide range of beach, family, honeymoon, adventure, golf, veteran and cultural tours.

There is no better way to experience a destination than through the perspective of the local people. At Water Puppet Tours, this key element of local insight drives every step of our process of tour design and delivery. We provide tailor-made tours individually crafted for each client, achieving this by emphasizing the direct working relationship between the client and the tour designer and operator.

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From Highland To The Beach 3 Days

Depend on your style, From Highland To The Beach 3 Days trip is organized for people who like travelling by motorbike or by car. When you travel with a group of friends or with family, children…

Dalat Vietnam ‘Le Petit Paris’, ‘City of Eternal Spring’, ‘the Jewel of the Central Highlands'; call it what you will – Dalat is very pleasant place to spend a few days cooling down and enjoying a very different side of Vietnam.

Dalat, and its surrounding central highlands, are famous throughout Vietnam for pine forests, waterfalls, flowers and vegetables. Dalat itself is also known as the the honeymoon destination of choice for Vietnamese newlyweds.

The town itself was originally established at the end of the 19th century as a hill station for Ho Chi Minh City’s European population thanks to the a French doctor, Dr Alexandre Yersin, who first suggested establishing a health resort here in 1893. The therapeutic properties of the temperate climate and the surrounding countryside (with its seemingly endless supply of tiger, elephant and deer) would allow visitors to escape from the heat of the plains and also to indulge the popular colonial past time of big-game hunting.

Whilst the game may now be long gone there is still plenty to see in Dalat; a fine collection of French colonial architecture including timber-framed farmhouses and villas, several restored Colonial-era hotels, a cathedral, and a fine Art Deco railway station. In the surrounding central highlands there are many minority hill-tribe groups and, whilst they are perhaps not as colourful as those found in the northern mountains, they are diverse and maintain a range of fascinating cultural traditions.

Buon Me Thuot Vietnam – Its only saving grace is coffee: the region grows some of the best in Vietnam, plenty of which is sold and drunk in town. Buon Ma Thuot plays host to an annual Coffee Festival in March that sees gallons of the black nectar drunk and elephant races held in nearby Don village.

Most travellers stop in Buon Ma Thuot en route to the attractions around it: Yok Don National Park, a couple of striking waterfalls and heaps of minority villages. The province is home to 44 ethnic groups, including some who have migrated here from the north. Among indigenous hill tribes, the dominant groups are the Ede, Jarai, M’nong and Lao.

Nha Trang Beach – The beachfront has been given a huge makeover in recent years, with parks and sculpture gardens spread along the impressive shorefront, while the streets inland reveal a cosmopolitan array of dining options.

From Highland To The Beach 3 Days

Day 1: Dalat City (Lunch, Dinner, Guide)

After breakfast at your hotel, your guide will take you to visit the highlights of the Dalat area like Bao Dai King Palace, Linh Phuoc pagoda (Dragon pagoda), Crazy house, Zen Buddhist monastery, and flower garden. You will then go to the countryside to see how people grow coffee, tea, vegetables…then you will stop at a small commune where you will learn about silk spinning, weasel coffee and visit a stunning waterfall.

After that, you will drive though a winding forest path to Lak Lake is the best way to enjoy the breath taking nature of the highlands, taking photos of the landscape of mountains, rice fields and visiting the hill tribes.

Lak resort is a quiet place with bungalows face towards to the lake is where we stay overnight. You can choose to stay in a stilt-house. You can have dinner in a restaurant or with the hill tribe family (M'nong people) in their house.

Day 2: Dalat – Buon Ma Thuot (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Guide)

After breakfast, you will wander around the peaceful, fresh air of Lak lake to have great pictures of the sunrise on the lake. You will then walk to the village and small market to see and learn about the daily life of local people. Taking canoes around the lake is great thing to do in Lak Lake. After enjoying your time, you will leave Lak Lake traveling thought the large coffee farms, villages…to get to Dray Sap waterfall- Buon Ma Thuot.  After a short trekking around the area, you can deep your body in to a stream nearby the waterfall. Tonight, you will stay overnight in the stilt house near the waterfall or in a nice hotel in the central.

Day 3: Buon Ma Thuot – Nha Trang (Breakfast, Lunch, Guide)

After breakfast, you will leave for Nha Trang, on the way, you will have a chance to enjoy different landscape, different hill tribes. You will stop to see how rubber, cashew, black pepper grow and export…After that, you will stop at the fishing village before driving along the most beautiful parts of the beach to get to Nha Trang. You will spend the night in Nha Trang.


  • Vietnam Visa invitation letter
  • Private door-to-door pick-up & drop-off services. Vehicle ( car, mini-van, motorbikes )
  • Travel in an appropriate private air-conditioned vehicle with an experienced safe driver.
  • Breakfast and accommodation sharing a twin or double room.
  • The services of experienced English-speaking guides as indicated in the itinerary
  • Lunches and dinners (as specified in the itinerary) in the best local restaurants, picnics where suitable restaurants are not available
  • All sightseeing tickets.
  • VAT and other taxes
  • 24/7 hotline support guaranteed


  • International flight tickets and airport tax.
  • Lunches and dinners, except as specified above.
  • Drinks, gratuities and personal expenses.
  • Travel insurance
  • Surcharges for Peak seasons (if any)
  • Vietnam visa stamp fee
  • Other services not mentioned above.

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