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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15 Day 14 Night Northern Vietnam motorbike tour

Highlights

One of our most recommended tours. Within 15 days of riding, you will experience all corners of Northern Vietnam: imposing mountain passes, beautiful rice terraces, unique rock plateau, the largest waterfall in Vietnam, and the most beautiful natural lakes. You will see Vietnam cultural and natural beauty at its most authentic, as well as sate your sense of adventure challenging small, windy, winding mountainous paths and rocky back-roads. You will stay with the locals, eat with the locals, and learn about life in the far north of Vietnam. This 15 day Vietnam motorbike tour is just the right mixture of on and off-road biking, natural wonders, and cultural discovery. Join us, and meet the real authentic Vietnam!

One of our most recommended tours. Within 15 days of riding, you will experience all corners of Northern Vietnam: imposing mountain passes, beautiful rice terraces, unique rock plateau, the largest waterfall in Vietnam, and the most beautiful natural lakes. You will see Vietnam cultural and natural beauty at its most authentic, as well as sate your sense of adventure challenging small, windy, winding mountainous paths and rocky back-roads. You will stay with the locals, eat with the locals, and learn about life in the far north of Vietnam. This 15 day Vietnam motorbike tour is just the right mixture of on and off-road biking, natural wonders, and cultural discovery. Join us, and meet the real authentic Vietnam!

Day 1: Hanoi – Mau Son (180 km; 5 hours)

We will start the first day with a hearty breakfast, then head out of the city, then the lowlands and plains of the Red River Delta. We will pass several clusters of limestone mountains as we head north-east before leaving the main road and climbing all the way up to the peak of Mau Son mountain at 1,500 meter altitude, overlooking China and Ha Long bay. We will stay the night here on this mountain peak.

Day 2: Mau Son – Ban Gioc (200 km; 5 hours)

 

From the height of Mau Son, our journey will take is downwards and north-bound, skirting the border city of Lang Son and visiting Dong Dang, the ‘Friendship Gate’ on Vietnam-China border. Then we’ll continue on the legendary ‘Highway No. 4’ where Vietminh force carried out countless raids over the nameless passes of this border region during the warring period of Vietnam. After lunch, we’ll ride through amazing passes and peaceful villages towards Ban Gioc waterfall.

Ban Gioc waterfall: In this closed off region where thousands of limestone monoliths loom above green paddy fields tended by the Nung, Tay, and Hmong peoples, you will find winding, tucked away back roads perfectly made for a bike ride. The entire area is a hidden treasure waiting for those with the patience to explore it’s wonder. Overnight stay in Ban Gioc Waterfall.

Day 3: Ban Gioc – Ba Be: (190 km; 5 hours)

We will return to Quang Uyen via a different route, riding along the Vietnam-China border to see even more breathtaking landscapes.

Our tour will head south-west from Cao Bang and cross several mountain passes. The Cao Bac pass has some breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. We will arrive at Ba Be lake in the heart of a National park in the afternoon. We will then spend the rest of the day by the lake, with a Tay family in their stilt house on the lake shore.

Ba Be lake is one of Vietnam’s most beautiful lake, situated 240 km north of Hanoi. Surrounded by pristine jungles and limestone cliffs, Ba Be lake is mostly populated by Thai and Hmong ethnic people.

Day 4: Ba Be – Bao Lac (150 km; 5 hours)

We will be taking a sight-seeing boat ride on Ba Be lake before leaving for Bao Lac. After breakfast, we’ll get on small skiffs and drift off amid one of the greatest lakes in Vietnam. It’s a whole new level of serenity to find yourself surrounded by calm water for miles, with solemn mountains and lush green forest in the background. Such a feeling never cease to take me aback no matter how many times I’ve been to this place.
Bidding the great lake Ba Be farewell, we set off for Bao Lac later in the day. We will have yet another exciting and challenging off-road ride. About 20 km to Bao Lac, we’ll turn into a narrow and bumpy dirt-road that runs rice between rice terraces. We’ll ride across the shallower parts of rivers and streams, and dangle off shifty bamboo bridges across the deeper ends… Just kidding! There will be no dangling, but there will be stream and river crossing, you will get wet, and the bridges will be small and made out of bamboo by locals. Yay! Adventure!

We’ll end our long and exciting day at a hotel in Bao Lac and some much needed warm shower and soft bed.

Day 5: Bao Lac - Dong Van - Lung Cu (140 km; 5 hours)

More challenging (and equally inspiring) small mountain roads await us. We will ride through hills and mountains with colorful ethnic tribes villages. We’ll pass one of Vietnam’s famous mountain passes: Ma Pi Leng, the Heaven’s Gate pass. Along the way, we’ll mingle with the locals and peek a little bit into their day to day life on rocks and hills. Once we reach town, we’ll have some free time to wander the H’Mong street lined with decade-old houses of clay bricks and tile roofs.

Day 6: Dong Van - Ha Giang (160 km; 5 hours)

Moving on from Dong Van Rock plateau to the outskirt of Ha Giang province, we’re in for a complete change of scenery. Much, much more mountain roads with countless photo ops. We’ll also take some time visit the local tribes such as the Lo Lo or H’Mong and experience bits and pieces of their daily life.

Dinner and overnight homestay with the local.

Day 7: Ha Giang - Xin Man (180 km; 5 hours)

We ride deeper into the heart of Ha Giang province, towards Xin Man. It will be a hard and bumpy ride, so we’ll start early for lots of time to take it slow and rest along the way. There will be more green, more mountains, more sceneries, each more refreshing than the last. We’ll tackle one extremely difficult off-road route to Hoang Su Phi district for some out-of-this-world rice terraces. The kind you’ll see on the cover of next month NatGeo.
Our day end at a local hotel for some well-earned rest.

Day 8: Xin Man - Bac Ha - Sapa (180 km; 5 hours)

We’ll head straight towards the North-Western mountain where the main mountain range of the Fansipan dominates the road straight up to Sapa. We’re catching a break today, with smooth riding along green mountains, rice fields, and villages. We’ll take a short break at the Vietnam-China border in Lao Cai, then head straight for Sapa. The day’s ride will be a continuous uppity up up climb till 1,600 meter above sea-level. Hmmmmm… fresh air!

Hotel stay in Sapa.

Day 9: Round and about in Sapa

We will spend one whole day breathing exclusive premiere extra-deluxe fresh 1,600-meter-above-sea-level air. You can laze around, tour the town, or ride along or into Muong Hoa Valley.

My personal preference is a short walk to Ham Rong peak (dubbed Dragon Jaw) for a whole town view from above, then get pampered with a good body massage.

Hotel stay, breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner…

Day 10: Sapa - Sin Ho (131 km, 4 hours)

We’ll take a short ride up to 2000 meter above sea-level on the border of Lao Cai and Lai Chau province. You’ll be snorting fresh air at this point…

Hotel stay for the night.

Day 11: Sin Ho - Dien Bien (150 km; 4 hours)

After breakfast in town, we’ll get back on our bikes and ride for Dien Bien.
We’ll get there at around 2 pm, and spend the rest of the day discovering Dien Bien Phu and its landmark and history. You’ll get to hear some first-hand account of the battle of Dien Bien Phu in ‘54, the Stalingrad of the Vietnam-French war.

Day 12: Dien Bien - Son La (160 km; 5 hours)

Our path crosses mountain passes and Black Thai ethnic areas. Children walking to school, men and women working the fields, buffaloes strutting the road, our path will be bustling with the day to day of locals. Then we’ll climb up the long and steep Pha Din pass to the top overlooking the vast space between the surrounding mountains, and down the other side on an equally steep descend.

Hotel stay for the night at Son La.

Day 13: Son La - Moc Chau (120 km; 4 hours)

After breakfast, we’ll settle for some coffee, and ride to the historical local French prison. There, we will learn more about the French-Vietnam war through the memories of the inmates.

We’ll then leave for Moc Chau: the green, gentle, tea tree covered plateau. Here you’ll get lost in fields after hills after fields of white flowers and blooming plum forests.

Homestay at Moc Chau

Day 14: Moc Chau - Mai Chau (100 km, 4 hours)

As we ride for higher land, we see even more H’Mong villages. As we get closer to Mai Chau, we’ll turn into Hua Tat pass, an old small quiet French-built road with a great view of the surrounding mountains. From then on, we have a plethora of route options for you: bigger roads for smoother rides, or smaller, off-road dirt-roads for some extra challenge…

Homestay with local families

Day 15: Mai Chau - Hanoi

Last stretch on our long journey, we’ll return to Hanoi on smaller, more closed off roads. We can take the French 6-way (wink wink) that is small and narrow. Or we can weave our way through the local towns and villages with sugarcane fields and orange gardens. We’ll finally arrive back in Hanoi, and safely conclude our 2 week adventure of North 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
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One of our most recommended tours. Within 15 days of riding, you will experience all corners of Northern Vietnam: imposing mountain passes, beautiful rice terraces, unique rock plateau, the largest waterfall in Vietnam, and the most beautiful natural lakes. You will see Vietnam cultural and natural beauty at its most authentic, as well as sate your sense of adventure challenging small, windy, winding mountainous paths and rocky back-roads. You will stay with the locals, eat with the locals, and learn about life in the far north of Vietnam. This 15 day Vietnam motorbike tour is just the right mixture of on and off-road biking, natural wonders, and cultural discovery. Join us, and meet the real authentic Vietnam!