Why travel with Vietnam motorbike tours club

  • Excellent bike
  • Excellent staff
  • Excellent for your pocket money
  • Excellent “unique, breathtaking” routes
  • Flexible & Responsible

Motorbike touring in Vietnam is always the best choice for those who want to experience Vietnamese country and people in a realest manner. We are a group of motorbike tour operators and tour guides who have a lot of experiences and good at various languages such as English, French and Spanish. We are the first motorbike tour operator with Spanish tour guides in Vietnam. We have been grown up after many years in tourism. We know how to make differences and organize a wonderful trip for you. Don’t hesitate to choose one of the following tour lists or we may customize them depending your financial capacity and number of days. We will try our best to offer everything possible to you so that you will have a meaningful trip in Vietnam.

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10 day 9 night Ho Chi Minh trail motorbike tour

Highlights

The Ho Chi Minh trail is a 3000 km road that connects North and South Vietnam. Having had strategic significance during the Vietnam-American war, it's by no coincidence that this trail takes you through numerous cultural and historical landmarks along the length of Vietnam.
This motorbike tour from Hanoi to Hoi An will take you across Northern and Central Vietnam, from mountains to beaches, forests to highlands, and show you the raw beauty of Vietnam changing from one road turn to another. You'll trace along the open highway, trek treacherous back-roads, scale sky-high mountain passes, and navigate lively jungles.

Day 1: Hanoi - Thac Ba (180 km; 5 hours)


Unlike the majority of tour operators that would stick to the easy route (National Highway 2, National Highway 70), we picked out a combination of much more exclusive and quieter routes that leads you through quaint back-roads and pristine off-road tracks all the way to Thac Ba. Once we get there, we’ll hop on a boat ride around Thac Ba lake, join in the simple yet exciting life of the local Dao, and spend the night with a local family.

Day 2: Thac Ba - Phu Yen (210 km; 5 hours)



We will be driving through rice terraces draping over hillsides, back-to-back winding passes, and fruit gardens that stretch as far as the eyes can see. We’ll be stopping at an orange garden so you flaunt your photography skill and taste the sweet nectar of the region, as well as talk to the locals ethnic minorities.

Day 3: Phu Yen - Mai Chau (220 km; 6 hours)



We’ll continue our journey with a cloud-hunt at some 2000 meter above sea-level in Ta Xua commune. Over the course of our quarter hour hunt, you’ll witness an ever-changing sea of cloud under-foot. This will take your breath away, but it’s only for the skilled. Afterwards, we’ll ride along the Black River, taking in the beauty of mountains and river bank. We’ll cross the river on Van Yen ferry, and arrive for lunch at either Bac Yen or Moc Chau. Once lunch is done, we’ll continue to exploring Moc Chau plateau with its green-draped tea hills, peach hills, and apricot hills. We’ll  can also head to the peak of Hua Tat pass for the breathtaking view there. From then on, we have various route to Mai Chau for your choosing. Some are safe, easy riding, while others are beautiful off-road that demands a lil more experience than usual from our riders.

Homestay at Muong people house.

Day 4: Mai Chau - Cua Lo (290 km; 8 hours)



After breakfast and bidding farewell to our friendly Muong hosts, we’ll continue our tour to the Southwest of the region. There aren’t many things more therapeutic than driving along Ma river, across rice fields, sugarcane fields, and bamboo forests. After hours of braving bumpy roads and seductive scenery, we arrive at the Ho Chi Minh trail, the South bounds legendary route during the Vietnam-American war. Despite having been considerably repaired and renovated, this trail still possesses indescribable views on both side of the road. If the Northwestern region is full of imposing yet spectacular mountains, then this North-eastern area - also known as the Ha Long bay on land, is famous for its limestone mountains laced with corn and cassava fields.

We’ll reach Cua Lo at about 5 p.m, settle in our seaside hotel, and enjoy the rest of the day off. 


Day 5: Cua Lo - Phong Nha Ke Bang (210 km, 6 hours)



Time for a change of scene. Bidding goodbye to the humbling feeling of snuggling up in between ranges of stoic mountains and vast cradling valleys, we’ll be riding along the coastline of Central Vietnam. We’ll trace the length of winding roads that lean against mountains looking out over the pristine beaches like the prettiest muse lying back on a penthouse balcony with premium seaside view.
Just after lunch, we’ll reach Dong Loc T-junction, a vital strategic road point in the VIetnam-American war. We’ll continue along Ho Chi Minh trail from then on, getting closer to the Vietnam-Laos border with more and more limestone mountains.
We’ll reach Son Trach Commune just outside of Phong Nha Ke Bang National park at 4:30 pm. If time and weather permit, we will take a boat ride to explore one of the biggest caves in the world, among this unique world heritage cavern system.


Phong Nha Ke Bang is a national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site situated in Quang Binh province, North Central Coast of Vietnam. Home and shelter for the world’s two largest karst region with 300 caves and grottos, Phong Nha Ke Bang still holds her deepest secrets from the world with many areas still not well-explored. Named after the two major sections of the park: Phong Nha caves and Ke Bang forest, the national park houses the world’s largest limestone cavern system with the longest underground river, including the largest cave in the world: Son Doong.

Phong Nha cave (or wind-tooth cave, owing to the underground air currents that whistle through teeth of stalagmite and stalactites) is the oldest major karst in Asia, with formation dates tracing back to the Palaeozoic era 400 million years ago. Phong Nha is one of the finest and most distinctive complex karst landform in Southeast Asia, with dissimilar geomorphic, geologic, and biotic conditions comparing to others karst world heritage sites. Whatever spiritual or inspirational catalyst you’re looking for, you’ll probably find it here basking in the faint ambience of rushing and dripping water and the vast closeness of the limestone cavern walls.


Day 6: Phong Nha - Khe Xanh (230 km; 6 hours)



Unlike the majority of tour operators around who would choose the new Ho Chi Minh trail, we’ll take you through the old route Westwards across Ke Bang forest in the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park. This trail was carefully concealed during wartime to avoid US and South Vietnam troops. Over the course of 200 km, you will scarcely see people, let alone bikes. You might, instead, spot a few wild animals, pristine forest land, and paramount mountains. Once we clear the forest, we’ll arrive at the former US army base in Khe Sanh. This was a hot zone and a strategic location during the Vietnam-American war. We’ll stroll around the old air base, Marine base, and visit Khe Sanh museum.

Day 7: Khe Sanh - Vinh Moc tunnel - Hue (180 km; 6 hours)



Leaving Khe Sanh and the Ho Chi Minh trail, we’ll take the historical Route 9 west-bounds to the coastline, and visit various war monuments: Hien Luong bridge, Latitude 17 museum, and Vinh Moc tunnel in the DMZ. This massive tunnel system housed and protected entire villages and military personnel from constant bombing by the US air-force, with complete living quarter, kitchen, sick-bay, etc…
After lunch, we’ll continue along the central coastline to Hue city. If time permits, we’ll stop by Quang Tri ancient citadel for a quick tour.

Day 8: Hue city



We won’t be riding much today. In the morning, we’ll join a boat tour on Huong river (Perfume river) and visit the sacred Thien Mu temple. After that, we’ll tour the royal citadel and Nguyen kings’ mausoleums, and other landmark in this poignant ancient capital.
Or we can dive into the culinary scene, and enjoy the special bun bo Nam Bo, the many distinctive Hue cake snacks, and many of Hue special cuisines.


Day 9: Hue - Hoi An (170 km; 5 hours)



Saying goodbye to Hue, we drive Southwards Hoi An. We’ll come across Phuoc Tuong and Phu Gia passes, as well as the beautiful Lang Co beach before reaching Hai Van pass - one of the most beautiful coastline in the world. If the weather is fine and clear, you may be able to see Hue and Da Nang city from a distance! Then we’ll continue along Da Nang beach and end our day in Hoi An.


Day 10: Hoi An - Da Nang (30 km)



We’ll start our last day with a gentle walk around Hoi An and its Old Quarter landmarks. We can also join a boat ride on Thu Bon river around the city. After lunch, we’ll head back to Da Nang and end our 10 day tour at a hotel.

Our all-inclusive prices covers:
Motorcycle: Honda CRF 250cc, Honda XR 250cc or Honda XR 150cc
Petrol, Oil and maintenance
All meals and non-alcoholic beverages
Accommodation in local guesthouses, hotels or home stays
English, french, spanish -speaking guide
All fees, tolls and National Park entrance tickets
Helmets: Full face and open face
Padded Motorcycle jackets & Motorcycle pants
Rain pants and Poncho
Dry bag and tie downs
Not Included
Alcohol drinks
Personal Health Insurance
Personal expenses
Personal Tip and gratuities
Liability insurance
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The Ho Chi Minh trail is a 3000 km road that connects North and South Vietnam. Having had strategic significance during the Vietnam-American war, it's by no coincidence that this trail takes you through numerous cultural and historical landmarks along the length of Vietnam.
This motorbike tour from Hanoi to Hoi An will take you across Northern and Central Vietnam, from mountains to beaches, forests to highlands, and show you the raw beauty of Vietnam changing from one road turn to another. You'll trace along the open highway, trek treacherous back-roads, scale sky-high mountain passes, and navigate lively jungles.