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 Majestic Sapa tour

Highlights

Experience Sapa – the mist covered city, Bac Ha market, Dong Van Plateau, Ban Gioc Waterfall, and spend a night on a cruise ship on Ha Long bay with this special 10 days and 9 nights tour.

Hanoi – Nghia Lo – Sa Pa – Xin Man – Ha Giang – Meo Vac – Quang Uyen – Bac Son – Ha Long – Hanoi

This is one of our most prominent tours. Within the span of 10 days you’ll experience the essence of Northern Vietnam with beautiful landscape on both sides of the roads and breathtaking scenery at each destination. We will spend 60% to 80% of our riding time off-road to see some of the most stunning and magnificent sights you’ll ever see in Southeast Asia.

Day 1: Northwest Hanoi to Nghia Lo (200 km; 5 hours)

Accommodation: Muong Lo hotel

 We’ll start off slow with easy roads and shorter distance on the first day, just to ease you into the trip! If time permits we can mix in some off-road and back road riding, to spice up the day’s trip but still keeping it easy and safe.

We’ll leave Hanoi along the city outer dam to avoid traffic and then break out of the Delta plain riding along the Red River to Son Tay Province. From there, we’ll continue on along side green paddy fields and scattered houses between small towns to Phu Yen, a small town in the mountainous Son La province for the night’s rest.


Day 2: Mu Cang Chai to Sa Pa (230 km; 5 hours)

Accommodation: Sa Pa Cat Cat View hotel

The second day’s riding will be a bit rougher with more dirt-roads and steeper climbs. However, this might as well be one with the most majestic side road view. We’ll ride through two of the four biggest mountain pass in Vietnam, and the view will surely take your breath away.

We’ll leave Nghia Lo early in the morning and continue northwest. The ride can be windy and bumpy at times, but the landscapes will more than make up for it. This will be a long ride, but we do have enough time to throw in a little off-road riding through some of Sa Pa’s rustic villages.

We’ll arrive at Sa Pa at around 5 p.m. Beer time! The rest of the day, you’ll be free to explore Sa Pa in all of its beauty.

Day 3: Sa Pa to Bac Ha market (180 km; 5-6 hours)

Accommodation: Gia Long hotel

We will make our way through some of the most majestic part of Sa Pa on our third day’s journey. You’ll have two options to choose from:

1, We’ll double back to O Quy Ho pass and ride down hill from there to the peaceful Sin Chai valley. There, we will get to see lovely rice terrace up close, and learn from the local how they did it. We’ll then explore Ethnic Hmong culture and their linen handicraft. Afterwards, we’ll continue downhill to more villages and even better views.

2, We’ll hug route 4D to Lao Cai and the Vietnam-China border, and stop for coffee on the Red river bank. Then we’ll take it off-road, following back roads and dirt-roads from Lao Cai city to Bac Ha market, and then from Bac Ha to Xin Man. This will be your most exciting biking day yet!

Day 4: Xin Man to Ha Giang (120 km; 5 hours)

Accommodation: Viet Trung hotel or homestay.

Ha Giang is more than just Vietnam’s poorest province. It is one with a famous rock plateau and various ethnic minorities living together in a diversity of culture. We’ll stick to back-roads and trails, and you will find yourself immersed in views after views of cloud-hugged mountains and green-lit valleys. This day could turn out to be one of the most memorable riding days of your Vietnam experience.

Day 5: Ma Pi Leng pass, and the Dong Van rock plateau; Ha Giang – Meo Vac (190 km; 6 hours)

Accommodation: Hoa Cuong hotel

We’ll need to get local permits to ride along the border from Ha Giang’s immigration police, then go on to challenge some small but tough mountain roads amid hills and forests further than the eyes can see.

We’ll see more mountains, more clouds, and the poetic Nho Que river winding off in the distance on our zig-zagging trail from Dong Van to Meo Vac, where the land is tough but the people are even tougher! We will see human’s tenacity at its finest as these people literally live off the rocky land. When we reach town, you’ll have more free time to wander among ancient Hmong houses of clay bricks built centuries ago. We’ll also visit the Hmong King’s palace, Vuong Chi Sinh, and continue on to Lung Cu, the most northern point of Vietnam!

Day 6: Meo Vac – Quang Uyen (210 km; 6 hours)

Accommodation: Tay homestay

Early in the morning, we’ll ride downhill along side the river for a change of view: More green, less rocks. We’ll stop for coffee at Bao Lac, and then continue back uphill via one of the highest mountain pass in north Vietnam. We’ll stop briefly for some pictures, then on to Tinh Tuc following highway 34 for lunch. After we’re all rested and fed, we’ll conquer yet another pass in Cao Bang province. We leave for Ma Phuc pass early afternoon, and ride for Quang Uyen city where we’ll spend the night.

Day 7: Quan Uyen – Ban Gioc – Bac Son (210 km; 7 hours)

Accommodation: Binh Gia hotel

Ban Gioc waterfall, although not the highest in Vietnam with only a 53 m vertical drop, boasts an impressive 300 meter span. One end of the fall is in China and the other in Vietnam. The fall descends in 3 steps, creating a giant staircase of water.
We’ll ride along the China border from Quang Uyen to Ban Gioc Waterfall. After marveling at this nature’s masterpiece, and taking a dip (if you want), we’ll ride on along Quy Dien river (or the Turtle-goes-round-the-mountain river – YES! ACTUAL NAME!) to Bac Son valley for a good meal.

Bac Son is a small town in Lang Son province, right in the middle of the enchanted Bac Son valley. The valley itself is embraced by green mountains and winding rivers and endless rice fields, the ideal place to just take in all of nature’s wonder and submerge yourself in peace and quietness. We’ll take you on a small journey through jungle paths and historic roads, and you’ll learn more about the 1950 Indochina war and the victory of Dien Bien Phu. We’ll end the day at the ethnic people Tay houses, to explore their culture and rest in the peacefulness of their village.

Day 8: Ha Long bay, World’s wonder (240 km; 7 hours)

Accommodation: Thu Huyen hotel

We’ll start off early in the morning, as there will be more traffic ahead.

Again, we have options for you:

1, We’ll take it easy on highway 1B then turning into route 18 straight to Ha Long city. More traffic, but much less treacherous roads.

2, We’ll take highway 241, then highway 1A to a smaller route 279 all the way to Ha Long city. Much less traffic, but the road can be a challenge.

Either way, we’ll reach our destination near city center and check in to our hotel for a hot meal and warm bed!

Day 9: Cruise ship on the bay

Yes! Cheat day!

We’ll take a day off pretending to be normal tourist doing tourist-y stuff.

Free time in the morning to explore the city, then we’ll meet up for a group cruise on Ha Long bay. We’ll meet other tourists, party, make friends, kayak around, and explore caves. Just normal tourist-y stuff.

Day 10: Back to Hanoi (180 km; 5 hours)

Time to bring a close to this long and eventful journey. The cruise will head back to Ha Long tourist wharf early in the morning via another route, passing Bai Tu Long bay.

After lunch, we’ll say goodbye to the tourist life and start our ride back to Hanoi, efficiently ending our 10 days trip around northern Vietnam.

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
Check out our FAQ page for more information

Experience Sa Pa – the mist covered city, Bac Ha market, Dong Van Plateau, Ban Gioc Waterfall, and spend a night on a cruise ship on Ha Long bay with this special 10 days and 9 nights tour.

This is one of our most prominent tours. Within the span of 10 days you’ll experience the essence of Northern Vietnam with beautiful landscape on both sides of the roads and breathtaking scenery at each destination. We will spend 60% to 80% of our riding time off-road to see some of the most stunning and magnificent sights you’ll ever see in Southeast Asia.