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This Vietnam Motorcycle Tours - 17 Days is the blend of on and rough terrain ride that covering nearly the wonderful scenes in North Vietnam with Ba Be National Park, Ban Gioc cascades, Dong Van – Ha Giang Rock level, Sapa… and the most intriguing pieces of the Ho Chi Minh trail with DMZ. The northern Vietnam part offers progressively rough terrain ride and culture revelation and the southern part on the Ho Chi Minh trail is simpler ride offering increasingly recorded locales to get familiar with the Vietnam history and the Vietnam war. It's the best on and off-road Vietnam motorcycle tours.

Day 1: Vietnam Motorcycle Tours - 17 Days Of Incredible Riding Hanoi - Ba Be Lake: 240km

Day 1: Vietnam Motorcycle Tours - 17 Days Of Incredible Riding Hanoi - Ba Be Lake: 240km
Boating on Ba Be lake

After breakfast, we start our trip at 8 a.m and take the less busy roads to avoid heavy traffic and head to Cho Chu town in Thai Nguyen Province, then stop for lunch.

After lunch is a peaceful motorcycle ride to Ba Be. The roads are spacious for motor-riding, together with beautiful scenery of nature and mountains alongside. The stop for dinner and overnight is the village of Pac Ngoi by Ba Be Lake. This idyllic humble village is home to the minority of Tay people, with 20 wooden stilt houses of unique architectural design. You can take a glimpse of Tay culture by talking and having traditional dishes with them.  

Summary:

Distance: 240 km

Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Home-stay in village

Day 2: Boating around Ba Be lake – Ride to Cao Bang: 150 km – Hotel stay

Boating around Ba Be lake – Ride to Cao Bang
Scenic Cao Bang

Ba Be National Park is centred around a vast fresh water lake surrounded with chalky karsts and thick tropical jungles. In the morning, you walk to Ba Be Lake pier and take a 2-hour boat trip National Park and on to the waters of Ba Be Lake.

After coming back to the village and having lunch, in the afternoon we ride to Cao Bang Province, which is 150 km away. You spend your second night in Cao Bang.

Summary:

Distance: 150 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel stay

Day 3: Cao Bang – Ban Gioc waterfall – Quang Uyen: 180 km – Home-stay

Cao Bang – Ban Gioc waterfall – Quang Uyen
Ban Gioc Waterfall

Goodbye to Cao Bang, we move on to the Chinese border by following the scenic roads and immersing yourselves in the nature of northern mountainous Vietnam.

At the border, you will be able to view the biggest and most beautiful waterfall in Vietnam – Ban Gioc. The magnificent waterfall drops 30 m. It is separated into three falls by rocks and trees, and the thundering effect of the water hitting the cliffs can be heard from afar.

The motorcycle ride continues to the town of Quang Uyen. We will be there by 5 p.m and stay overnight at a house of a Tay family.

Summary:

Distance: 180 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel-stay

Day 4: Quang Uyen – Meo Vac: 200 km – Hotel stay

Quang Uyen – Meo Vac
Bamboo Rafting in Khau Vai - Ha Giang

We take another ride on paved roads and easy off-road, top by a few villages of local Tay, Dzao and H’Mong people. At around 5 p.m, we will arrive at a hotel in Meo Vac and spend the night there.

Summary:

Distance: 200 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel-stay

Day 5: Meo Vac – Ha Giang: 180 km – Hotel stay

Meo Vac – Ha Giang
Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark

This 5th day is the highlight of the trip. We will visit some of the most isolated areas in Vietnam, where the ethnic people have preserved their local culture and way of life for centuries. You also have a chance of sightseeing several iconic attractions, such as Ma Pi Leng Pass, the Rock Plateau, the Vuong palace in Dong Van, and the “Heaven Gate” in Quan Ba.

The Ma Pi Leng Pass (1500m above the sea level) is a high mountain situated between Dong Van and Meo Vac, close to the border with China. The incomparable pass is praised by travellers as the most thrilling mountain road in Vietnam.

Dong Van Rock Plateau is considered as Vietnam’s first and most impressive geological park. This a massive area which contains precious and priceless old fossils of nearly 600 years old.Vuong palace in Dong Van, or H’Mong King Palace, is a national relic, recognized by Vietnamese Government in 1993. The mansion itself is a masterpiece of architecture, which took 10 years of construction to complete.

Ha Giang Motorcycle Tours

Last but not least, Quan Ba Heave Gate is another must-see stop when you travel to Ha Giang by motorbike. This is considered an ideal location to see the fullest scenery of the rocky plateau, to savour extraordinary panoramic views of the entire valley below, together with the surrounding majestic mountains.

All the attractions above contribute to the most fantastic experiences of this motorbike tour. In the late afternoon, we stop in Ha Giang to take a rest and recharge for the next day.

Summary:

Distance: 180 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel-stay

Day 6: Ha Giang – Thac Ba Lake – 170 km – Home-stay

Ha Giang – Thac Ba Lake

When the clock strikes 8 in the morning, we say good bye to Ha Giang and ride to the little town of Luc Yen in Yen Bai Province. After the lunch, we continue the ride to Thac Ba Lake, which is considered as “Ha Long Bay on mountain”. This is the largest man-made lake in Vietnam.

To discover the lake, a boat trip is offered for 1.5 hour. Afterwards, you come back to the village of Dao people and stay in a stilt-house overnight.

Summary:

Distance: 170 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Home-stay

Day 7: Thac Ba lake – Sapa: 220 km – Hotel stay

Thac Ba lake – Sapa
Vietnam. The terrace rice field on the mountain beautiful landscape view.

In the morning, we follow the paths along Thac Ba Lake to enjoy magnificent views of mountaion, waters and rice fields. We then reach Pho Rang Town and have a lunch there. In the afternoon we head to Sapa, the well-known place  to all travellers. The last 40 km of this ride takes us to the level of 1600 meters above the sea. We arrive in Sapa at about 5 p.m.

Summary:

Distance: 220 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel stay

Day 8: Rest in Sapa – Hotel stay

This is the day for relaxing and recharging yourselves after a long riding trip. The options for you  include: taking a stroll around the town and seeing the local life; booking a cable car up to Vietnam’s highest peak of Fanxipan; having another mini ride along the beautiful Muong Hoa valley to visit several villages of the H’Mong, Zay or Tay people. Overnight stay in a hotel in Sapa.

Summary:

Distance:

  Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel stay

Day 9: Sapa – Than Uyen: 110 km

Day 9: Sapa – Than Uyen: 110 km

We take a ride from Sapa to Than Uyen Town. On the way is a special place – the famous O Qui Ho Pass. With the altitude of above 2000m and the length up to 50km through the Hoang Lien Son range, it creates a scenic road trip with many winding roads and brilliant mountain scenery. At around 4 p.m, we get off our motorbikes in Than Uyen and spend a night there.

Summary:

Distance: 110 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel stay

Day 10: Than Uyen – Mu Cang Chai – Phu Yen: 220 km – Hotel stay

Motorbike Tour From Than Uyen To Mu Cang Chai and Phu Yen

After breakfast, we start riding the winding mountain roads through idyllic villages of minorities scattering in the green valleys, the rice terraces.

The mountains get higher and higher. We stop every half an hour so that you can take photos of great sceneries and chat with local people. Mu Cang Chai with the hilly rice growing districts, has been designated as Vietnam’s national heritage site. This is home to Hmong minority, whose rural way of life & colorful ethnic costumes are great for photography. At 5 p.m we will arrive in Phu Yen.

Summary:

Distance: 220 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel stay

Day 11: Phu Yen – Mai Chau valley: 160 km – Home-stay

Phu Yen – Mai Chau valley

This is promised to be another highlight of the whole trip. Getting out of Phu Yen, we ride along Da River Lake, which makes you think about coastal roads. Afterwards, we motorbike up to Moc Chau Plateau, which is well-known for tea plantations  and cool weather, and also home to minorities.

After lunch the ride continues down to Mai Chau Valley and stop at 4:30 p.m. Enjoy the evening socializing and having dinner with Thai people and spend your night in a stilt-house inside the village.

Summary:

Distance: 160 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Home-stay

Day 12: Mai Chau valley – Tan ky: 260 km – Hotel stay

Motorcycle-Tour-from-Mai Chau-valley–to-Tan-ky

We bid farewell to the host family and get out of the valley, riding along side Ma River until reaching Cam Thuy town and stop for lunch. In the afternoon, we ride on Ho Chi Minh trail to Tan Ky.

On a side note, Ho Chi Minh Trail was a network of roads combining truck routes and paths for foot and bicycle traffic, which were built from North Vietnam to South Vietnam, with an aim to provide logistical support to the Vietcong and the North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam War.

For today’s trip, Tan Ky Town will be the stop for overnight stay.

Tan Ky used to be the beginning point of Ho Chi Minh trail during the Vietnam War. Now It is a small quiet town surrounded by mountains. Come to this town and talk with the locals, then you will be able to find a lot of precious pieces of history about the war.

Summary:

Distance: 260 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 13: Tan Ky – Phong Nha: 290 km – Hotel stay

Tan Ky Motorbike Tour To Phong Nha

Get back to Ho Chi Minh trail and follow the guide to Phong Nha and Ke Bang National Park. On the way you can stop a few times at green tea farms and tribal villages.

We arrive in Phong Nha at around 4:30 pm. If time and weather conditions are favourable, we will take a short boat trip along river to visit some caves nearby.

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park , a UNESCO World Heritage, is heaven for adventurous travellers. This area is home to over 300 caves, karst mountains, thick jungles, and underground rivers, all of which feel like they are from fairytale. Here can find the famous Son Doong Cave, which has been praised as the largest cave system in the world.

Summary:

Distance: 290 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 14: Phong Nha – Khe Sanh: 220 km – Hotel stay

Motorbike-Tour-Phong Nha – Khe Sanh

Today Vietnam Motorcycle Tours crew will take you to Khe Sanh on the western Ho Chi Minh Trail, which is the hidden trail through the National Park in over 200 km. The hidden trail is believed to have never been bombed by the US Army during the Vietnam War.

Getting out of the National Park, we will stop at a former US Marine Base with tunnels, Air Base and the solemn museum of Khe Sanh. Khe Sanh is a small city in Central Vietnam which witnessed some of the fiercest fighting during the Vietnam War. Khe Sanh marine base features one of the best museums in the DMZ area. The ride finishes at 5 p.m. Over-night in a hotel in Khe Sanh.

Summary:

Distance: 220 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 15: Khe Sanh – DMZ – Hue: 180km – Hotel stay

Khe Sanh – DMZ – Hue-Motorbike-Tour

Another days full of visits to historic places of DMZ starts when we leave Ho Chi Minh and get into road No ( to the east, which takes us closer to the coast looking to the South China Sea.

It is just a short ride and we spend much of time at well-known attractions such as the iconic bridge of Hien Luong, which is the symbol of border between North and South of Vietnam, museum of the 17th parallel, and the famous Vinh Moc tunnel. After lunch nearby the tunnels, we will have short Vietnam motorcycle tour to Hue. Arrive beautiful city of Hue at around 5:00 pm.

Summary:

Distance: 180 km

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 16: Relax in Hue: Hotel stay

Hue-City-Tour
The gallery and corridoors of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Imperial Palace and Citadel in Hue, Vietnam

We spend the whole day savouring the charm of Hue - the ancient capital of Vietnam. You can choose to ride around the city and visit some emperors’ graveyards along Huong river, or to get on a bus for sightseeing inside the city. Lunch is a wide range of options of street foods. In the afternoon, you can lie on the beach or walk a little for shopping. For dinner, It is all up to you with the options suggested by the hotel and tour guide.

Summary:

Distance:

Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 17: Hue – Hoi An: 170 km

Hue – Hoi An-by-Motorbike

In this last day of the trip, the right will not be the same like the previous rides, which means after leaving the ancient city of Hue, we will keep following the roads along the coast and passing by fishing villages, and local graveyards. The scenery has almost nothing similar to the Ho Chi Minh Trail. You will ride to the highlight of the tour – Hai Van Pass, from which panoramic views of the coast are praised by BBC’s Top Gear as the most enchanting coastal mountain road in this world. 

At around 2 p.m, we arrive in Da Nang City. From here there are 2 options for you: staying in the city or keep riding for over 30 km to reach the ancient town of Hoi An. At this point we say goodbye to each other and continue our different journeys in Vietnam Motorcycle Tours

Japanese Covered Bridge and building detail in the UNESCO heritage town of Hoi An in the Quang Nam Province of Vietnam

Summary:

Distance: 170

Meals: BF, Lunch

Accommodation: 

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This Vietnam Motorcycle Tours - 17 Days is the blend of on and rough terrain ride that covering nearly the wonderful scenes in North Vietnam with Ba Be National Park, Ban Gioc cascades, Dong Van – Ha Giang Rock level, Sapa… and the most intriguing pieces of the Ho Chi Minh trail with DMZ. The northern Vietnam part offers progressively rough terrain ride and culture revelation and the southern part on the Ho Chi Minh trail is simpler ride offering increasingly recorded locales to get familiar with the Vietnam history and the Vietnam war. It's the best on and off-road Vietnam motorcycle tours. 

Itinerary Details: 

Day 1: Vietnam Motorcycle Tours - 17 Days Of Incredible Riding Hanoi - Ba Be Lake: 240km

Day 2: Boating around Ba Be lake – Ride to Cao Bang: 150 km – Hotel stay

Day 3: Cao Bang – Ban Gioc waterfall – Quang Uyen: 180 km – Home-stay  

Day 4: Quang Uyen – Meo Vac: 200 km – Hotel stay

Day 5: Meo Vac – Ha Giang: 180 km – Hotel stay

Day 6: Ha Giang – Thac Ba Lake – 170 km – Homestay

Day 7: Thac Ba lake – Sapa: 220 km – Hotel stay

Day 8: Rest in Sapa – Hotel stay

Day 9: Sapa – Than Uyen: 110 km

Day 10: Than Uyen – Mu Cang Chai – Phu Yen: 220 km – Hotel stay 

Day 11: Phu Yen – Mai Chau valley: 160 km – Home-stay

Day 12: Mai Chau valley – Tan ky: 260 km – Hotel stay

Day 13: Tan Ky – Phong Nha: 290 km – Hotel stay

Day 14: Phong Nha – Khe Sanh: 220 km – Hotel stay

Day 15: Khe Sanh – DMZ – Hue: 180km – Hotel stay  

Day 16: Relax in Hue: Hotel stay

Day 17: Hue – Hoi An: 170 km

Itineraries

Day 1

Time : 7:00 AM

Hanoi – Ba Be Lake: 240km

After breakfast, we start our trip at 8 a.m and take the less busy roads to avoid heavy traffic and head to Cho Chu town in Thai Nguyen Province, then stop for lunch. After lunch is a peaceful ride to Ba Be. The roads are spacious for motor-riding, together with beautiful scenery of nature and mountains alongside. The stop for dinner and overnight is the village of Pac Ngoi by Ba Be Lake. This idyllic humble village is home to the minority of Tay people, with 20 wooden stilt houses of unique architectural design. You can take a glimpse of Tay culture by talking and having traditional dishes with them. Summary: Distance: 240 km Meals: Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Home-stay in village

Day 2

Boating around Ba Be lake – Ride to Cao Bang: 150 km – Hotel stay

Ba Be National Park is centred around a vast fresh water lake surrounded with chalky karsts and thick tropical jungles. In the morning, you walk to Ba Be Lake pier and take a 2-hour boat trip National Park and on to the waters of Ba Be Lake.

After coming back to the village and having lunch, in the afternoon we ride to Cao Bang Province, which is 150 km away. You spend your second night in Cao Bang.

Summary: Distance: 150 km Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Hotel stay

Day 3

Cao Bang – Ban Gioc waterfall – Quang Uyen: 180 km – Home-stay  

Goodbye to Cao Bang, we move on to the Chinese border by following the scenic roads and immersing yourselves in the nature of northern mountainous Vietnam.

At the border, you will be able to view the biggest and most beautiful waterfall in Vietnam – Ban Gioc. The magnificent waterfall drops 30 m. It is separated into three falls by rocks and trees, and the thundering effect of the water hitting the cliffs can be heard from afar.

The ride continues to the town of Quang Uyen. We will be there by 5 p.m and stay overnight at a house of a Tay family.

Day 4

Quang Uyen – Meo Vac: 200 km – Hotel stay

We take another ride on paved roads and easy off-road, top by a few villages of local Tay, Dzao and H’Mong people. At around 5 p.m, we will arrive at a hotel in Meo Vac and spend the night there.

Summary: Distance: 200 km Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Hotel-stay

Day 5

Meo Vac – Ha Giang: 180 km – Hotel stay

his 5th day is the highlight of the trip. We will visit some of the most isolated areas in Vietnam, where the ethnic people have preserved their local culture and way of life for centuries. You also have a chance of sightseeing several iconic attractions, such as Ma Pi Leng Pass, the Rock Plateau, the Vuong palace in Dong Van, and the “Heaven Gate” in Quan Ba.

The Ma Pi Leng Pass (1500m above the sea level) is a high mountain situated between Dong Van and Meo Vac, close to the border with China. The incomparable pass is praised by travellers as the most thrilling mountain road in Vietnam.

Dong Van Rock Plateau is considered as Vietnam’s first and most impressive geological park. This a massive area which contains precious and priceless old fossils of nearly 600 years old.Vuong palace in Dong Van, or H’Mong King Palace, is a national relic, recognized by Vietnamese Government in 1993. The mansion itself is a masterpiece of architecture, which took 10 years of construction to complete.

View from Ma Pi Leng Pass

Last but not least, Quan Ba Heave Gate is another must-see stop when you travel to Ha Giang. This is considered an ideal location to see the fullest scenery of the rocky plateau, to savour extraordinary panoramic views of the entire valley below, together with the surrounding majestic mountains.

All the attractions above contribute to the most fantastic experiences of this motorbike tour. In the late afternoon, we stop in Ha Giang to take a rest and recharge for the next day.

Summary: Distance: 180 km Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Hotel-stay

Day 6

Ha Giang – Thac Ba Lake – 170 km – Homestay

When the clock strikes 8 in the morning, we say good bye to Ha Giang and ride to the little town of Luc Yen in Yen Bai Province. After the lunch, we continue the ride to Thac Ba Lake, which is considered as “Ha Long Bay on mountain”. This is the largest man-made lake in Vietnam.

To discover the lake, a boat trip is offered for 1.5 hour. Afterwards, you come back to the village of Dao people and stay in a stilt-house overnight.

Summary: Distance: 170 km Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Home-stay

Day 7

Thac Ba lake – Sapa: 220 km – Hotel stay

In the morning, we follow the paths along Thac Ba Lake to enjoy magnificent views of mountaion, waters and rice fields. We then reach Pho Rang Town and have a lunch there. In the afternoon we head to Sapa, the well-known place  to all travellers. The last 40 km of this ride takes us to the level of 1600 meters above the sea. We arrive in Sapa at about 5 p.m.

Summary: Distance: 220 km Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Hotel stay

Day 8

Rest in Sapa – Hotel stay

This is the day for relaxing and recharging yourselves after a long riding trip. The options for you  include: taking a stroll around the town and seeing the local life; booking a cable car up to Vietnam’s highest peak of Fanxipan; having another mini ride along the beautiful Muong Hoa valley to visit several villages of the H’Mong, Zay or Tay people. Overnight stay in a hotel in Sapa.

Summary: Distance:  Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Hotel stay

Day 9

Sapa – Than Uyen: 110 km

We take a ride from Sapa to Than Uyen Town. On the way is a special place – the famous O Qui Ho Pass. With the altitude of above 2000m and the length up to 50km through the Hoang Lien Son range, it creates a scenic road trip with many winding roads and brilliant mountain scenery. At around 4 p.m, we get off our motorbikes in Than Uyen and spend a night there.

Summary: Distance: 110 km Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Hotel stay

Day 10

Than Uyen – Mu Cang Chai – Phu Yen: 220 km – Hotel stay 

After breakfast, we start riding the winding mountain roads through idyllic villages of minorities scattering in the green valleys, the rice terraces.

The mountains get higher and higher. We stop every half an hour so that you can take photos of great sceneries and chat with local people. Mu Cang Chai with the hilly rice growing districts, has been designated as Vietnam’s national heritage site. This is home to Hmong minority, whose rural way of life & colorful ethnic costumes are great for photography. At 5 p.m we will arrive in Phu Yen.

Summary: Distance: 220 km Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Hotel stay

Day 11

Phu Yen – Mai Chau valley: 160 km – Home-stay

This is promised to be another highlight of the whole trip. Getting out of Phu Yen, we ride along Da River Lake, which makes you think about coastal roads. Afterwards, we motorbike up to Moc Chau Plateau, which is well-known for tea plantations  and cool weather, and also home to minorities.

After lunch the ride continues down to Mai Chau Valley and stop at 4:30 p.m. Enjoy the evening socializing and having dinner with Thai people and spend your night in a stilt-house inside the village.

Summary: Distance: 160 km Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Home-stay

Day 12

Mai Chau valley – Tan ky: 260 km – Hotel stay

We bid farewell to the host family and get out of the valley, riding along side Ma River until reaching Cam Thuy town and stop for lunch. In the afternoon, we ride on Ho Chi Minh trail to Tan Ky.

On a side note, Ho Chi Minh Trail was a network of roads combining truck routes and paths for foot and bicycle traffic, which were built from North Vietnam to South Vietnam, with an aim to provide logistical support to the Vietcong and the North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam War.

For today’s trip, Tan Ky Town will be the stop for overnight stay.

Tan Ky used to be the beginning point of Ho Chi Minh trail during the Vietnam War. Now It is a small quiet town surrounded by mountains. Come to this town and talk with the locals, then you will be able to find a lot of precious pieces of history about the war.

Summary: Distance: 260 km Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Hotel

Day 13

Tan Ky – Phong Nha: 290 km – Hotel stay

Day 14

Phong Nha – Khe Sanh: 220 km – Hotel stay

Today Vietnam Motorcycle Tours crew will take you to Khe Sanh on the western Ho Chi Minh Trail, which is the hidden trail through the National Park in over 200 km. The hidden trail is believed to have never been bombed by the US Army during the Vietnam War.

Getting out of the National Park, we will stop at a former US Marine Base with tunnels, Air Base and the solemn museum of Khe Sanh. Khe Sanh is a small city in Central Vietnam which witnessed some of the fiercest fighting during the Vietnam War. Khe Sanh marine base features one of the best museums in the DMZ area. The ride finishes at 5 p.m. Over-night in a hotel in Khe Sanh.

Summary: Distance: 220 km Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Hotel

Day 15

Khe Sanh – DMZ – Hue: 180km – Hotel stay  

Another days full of visits to historic places of DMZ starts when we leave Ho Chi Minh and get into road No ( to the east, which takes us closer to the coast looking to the South China Sea.

It is just a short ride and we spend much of time at well-known attractions such as the iconic bridge of Hien Luong, which is the symbol of border between North and South of Vietnam, museum of the 17th parallel, and the famous Vinh Moc tunnel. After lunch nearby the tunnels, we will have short Vietnam motorcycle tour to Hue. Arrive beautiful city of Hue at around 5:00 pm.

Summary: Distance: 180 km Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Hotel

Day 16

Relax in Hue: Hotel stay

We spend the whole day savouring the charm of Hue - the ancient capital of Vietnam. You can choose to ride around the city and visit some emperors’ graveyards along Huong river, or to get on a bus for sightseeing inside the city. Lunch is a wide range of options of street foods. In the afternoon, you can lie on the beach or walk a little for shopping. For dinner, It is all up to you with the options suggested by the hotel and tour guide.

Summary: Distance: Meals: BF, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation: Hotel

Day 17

Hue – Hoi An: 170 km

n this last day of the trip, the right will not be the same like the previous rides, which means after leaving the ancient city of Hue, we will keep following the roads along the coast and passing by fishing villages, and local graveyards. The scenery has almost nothing similar to the Ho Chi Minh Trail. You will ride to the highlight of the tour – Hai Van Pass, from which panoramic views of the coast are praised by BBC’s Top Gear as the most enchanting coastal mountain road in this world. 

At around 2 p.m, we arrive in Da Nang City. From here there are 2 options for you: staying in the city or keep riding for over 30 km to reach the ancient town of Hoi An. At this point we say goodbye to each other and continue our different journeys in Vietnam Motorcycle Tours

Summary: Distance: 170 Meals: BF, Lunch Accommodation: 

  1. :

    Another great trip
    This is my second trip with Vietnam Motorbike Tours, and they again exceeded my expectations. Ta was our guide this time, and he did a great job of customizing the ride to fit our needs. My dad is 68 and was completely new to riding off-road, but Ta managed to mix in some easy trail time for him while also taking me to some more challenging paths. Just be vocal about your experience level and what you want to get out of your trip (how much on vs off-road, bike height/power, what you want to see/do), and the Vietnam Motorbike Tours team will make it happen.

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