Book a tour: Full-Detailed Of Off-road Vietnam Motorbike Tours 13D 12N
- Trip Outline
- Trip Includes
- Trip Excludes
Living in a densely populated country, the Vietnamese primarily move on two wheels, so it’s not surprising why Vietnam is considered the home of motorbikes. This mode of transport is a preferable and cheaper choice for millions of local people, and tourists are catching on.
In the beginning, off-road motorbike tours in Vietnam were organized in response to the demand of small groups or clubs. After much positive feedback, this type of trip becomes more and more professional.
Vietnam Motorbike Tours will satisfy your desire to explore the landscape no matter if you can ride by yourself or not; let us be your guide and traveling companion.
Adventure Motorbike Riders shouldn’t ride around Vietnam without riding the Northern region. Our country’s majestic Northwest is a must-see destination for many riders, from the peaceful terraced rice field in Sapa to the mountain pass of Ma Pi Leng and many more to explore. All these breathtaking sceneries can only be discovered by off-road journeys with experienced riders and guides.
Our Off-Road North Vietnam Motobike Tours promises an amazing and interesting voyage ahead. Don’t miss the chance to uncover winding mountain roads, meet friendly locals as well as enjoy specialty food. You won’t regret choosing us; please find more information below.
13 Days Off-road Vietnam Motorbike Tours
1: Hanoi ~ Mai Chau
Head southwest of Hanoi to Mai Chau on the first day with our motorbike team. We take back routes that lead through villages & snake mountain roads for a perfect view of the surrounding areas. Mai Chau valley will be reached at about 5 PM so that you can get enough time for a walk before dinner. You will have a chance to stay and enjoy food with local people and learn the customs of white Thai people via Traditional Xoe Dances.
2: Mai Chau to Phu Yen By Motorbike
Our next destination to conquer is Phu Yen, Son La. The first stop for lunch in Mộc Châu/Moc Chau, a mountainous district with vast green tea plants on hillsides, a cool climate, and an overwhelming landscape. Next, we will enter QL43 (national route 43) to continue toward Van Yen, take a ferry boat across the Da River Reservoir, then follow the winding side road to Phu Yen and stay overnight in the hotel.
3: Phu Yen to Son La Motorbike Tour
We make a stopover on this third day to cruise the other tourist attractions in Son La province. It is quite a long distance (about 130km) from Phu Yen to Son La, but idyllic villages and the farming of ethnic people along the journey are worth seeing. Get a break at Son La around lunchtime and spend the afternoon visiting the former French prison & museum.
4: Son La to Than Uyen
Getting out of Phu Yen, we hit the way to Pha Din, amongst the most amazing passes in the Northwest with steep slopes and chilling curves where the highest peak is more than 1600 meters above water level. Lunch will be served in Tuần Giáo/Tuan Giao before we arrive at Than Uyen and have a rest in the hotel.
5: Than Uyen to Sapa By Motorbike
Leaving behind the undisturbed town of Than Uyen, we move on to Sapa, one of the tourist hotspots in Vietnam. It’s really an adventure to transport on Sky Gate (other names are Tram Ton or O Quy Hop) crossing the Hoang Lien Son mountain range.
This is the longest and tallest winding pass of VietNam, connecting Lai Chau & Lao Cai provinces. Hunt for the sea of clouds on its top before descending to Sapa valley. You will love Sapa at first sight for its cold, foggy weather and terrific panorama.
6: Sapa ~ remote villages
Recharge yourself by strolling around Sapa and market to discover its cultural diversity; this highland is home to five ethnic minority tribes who speak their own languages. Then we will make a short trip of 12km to Thac Bac (Silver Waterfall) and have a lunch break here. The rest of the day is to visit remote tribal villages and try local specialty food.
7: Sapa to Bac Ha
Far from Sapa, we stop by the Nam Thi river bank, a tributary of the Red River, for a drink and sightseeing, then leave for Bac Ha along QL40, QL70, and branch 153. Still untouched by industry, this land retains its own charm with friendly people and typical cultural values. You will experience this lifestyle in Sunday Market, where people gather to trade various kinds of goods.
8: Bac Ha to Ha Giang By Motorbike
Located in the far north of Vietnam, Ha Giang will be our next stop. You will ride into outstanding scenic surroundings with hanging mountain passes on the way to Xin Man for lunch, then keep going toward the rice fields of Hoàng Su Phì before reaching the city of Ha Giang. We will spend a night there, and don’t forget to acquire permission to enter the border area the next morning.
9: Ha Giang to Dong Van Plateau
Take the whole day to explore Ha Giang. We will watch the curvaceous twin mountain from afar, drive through Quan Ba pass, visit Dong Van Geopark which is recognized by UNESCO, then make a stop at the H’Mong King Palace and finally have a night's rest at Dong Van.
10: Dong Van to Bao Lac
Begin this day by navigating on Mã Pì Lèng/Ma Pi Leng, king of the mountain passes that branch to Ha Giang, Dong Van, and Meo Vac. It is a very challenging pass but also the most stunning pass with incredible views of steep slopes, curvy roads above, and tranquil Nho Que below in the valley. Our final aim of the day is Bao Lac of Cao Bằng/Cao Bang province. Today could be one of the best motorbike rides in Vietnam.
11: Bao Lac to Ba Be National Park By Motorbike
Driving 140km away from Bao Lac, we’re going to visit Ba Be Park and Ba Be Lake. This Ramsar Site is a reserve in Bac Can with a diverse ecosystem existing for thousands of years. Inhabitants of Pac Ngoi village, located inside, are primarily Tay People. We will share our time with Tay’s family at the lakeside.
12: Ba Be ~ Na Khan
Get on a boat and make a tour to Ba Be and explore Đầu Đẳng/Dau Dang fall, a location that is contiguous to Bac Can and Tuyen Quang provinces. We will have lunch on this trip and return to the homestay, get ready for the next stop at the village of Na Khan, where you can join a dinner party with the ethnic locals, wear their costumes, drink their liquor, and stay overnight in homestay.
13: Na Khan to Hanoi
You have come to the end of our 13 days off-road tour and will be back in Hanoi and say goodbye to your companions.
Hopefully, you will enjoy the journey.
With only 13-day to discover the beauty of Northern Vietnam, you will get wonderful experiences that you can never forget for the rest of your life. Overall, this trip is most suitable for those who want to escape from the busy urban life and love to immerse themselves in the pure countryside atmosphere. Indeed, our off-road Vietnam motorbike tours won’t let you down!
Follow our blog for other interesting travel blogs, and see you in the next blog! Thank you for reading, and please share this blog if you find it useful for your reference!
What riders have said about Off-road Vietnam Motorbike Tours on Tripadvisor!
No details found.
No details found.
No details found.
No Details Found