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Da Lat Phan Thiet Motorbike Tours

Da Lat – Phan Thiet is heaven for motorcycle tours in Southern Vietnam. That is confirmed by the Top Gear Vietnam Special when Da Lat and Phan Thiet are the first places Top Gear rides too. Da Lat is a mountainous area with incredible landscapes. Phan Thiet is Vietnamese Sahara; hence, there are two different riding styles. Climbing steep hills, getting into deep jungles, riding on sand, and conquering passes are the best for motorcycle lovers.

If you would like to have a motorcycle tour like Top Gear, I have this blog analyzing how they rode, and then you can plan your holiday better to ride from Saigon.

This blog will show you how to explore Da Lat and Phan Thiet perfectly. Also where to ride, tourist attractions, even off-road or enduro dirt bike tours. And with that information from BM’s Expert Team, I’m sure you can’t find it anywhere else.

Da Lat Motorbike Tour

1. Da Lat – The Little Paris

Da Lat is the capital of Lam Dong Province and the largest city in the Central Highlands, and around 300 kilometers to the North of Saigon. The city is located 1,500 m (4,900 ft) above sea level on the Langbian Plateau. Da Lat is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Vietnam. Da Lat’s specific sights are pine woods and twisting roads full of marigold and mimosa blossoms in the winter. The city’s temperate weather contrasts with Vietnam’s otherwise tropical climate, which no other city has. Mist covering the valleys almost year-round leads to its name “City of Eternal Spring”.

Alexandre Yersin, a Swiss army doctor, served in the French army in the late 1800s. He was given the task of finding a place for the French to relax. The Central Highlands were chosen because the climate resembles that of France. After that, he moved to the Lang Biang plateau, where today’s flower city was born. DaLat’s built with French architecture, many churches here. So Da Lat looks like Little Paris.

I. Da Lat Weather

Dalat is the city in Vietnam with the best climate. Due to the natural terrain, the location is at an exceedingly perfect height. As a result, Dalat is surrounded by a vast green pine forest and enjoys a pleasant temperate environment all year. Even on the hottest days, the atmosphere is cool all year, with an average of 20 – 21 degrees Celsius. Another unique feature of Dalat is that it is not very frigid. The temperature during the winter months is at least 10 degrees Celsius.

Dry season: From December to March. These months are the best for motorcycle tours.

Rainy season: From April to October. You can ride in April, September, and October. But you should avoid traveling during the peak of the rainy season, from May to August.

II. Da Lat Destination

These are popular tourist attractions in Dalat that are well-liked and appreciated by visitors. I will list all of the Dalat attractions by category to help you quickly refer and choose places before the trip. We hope that this information will assist tourists in planning a well-prepared trip to “The City of Love” and capturing beautiful memories.

a. Da Lat Waterfalls

– Elephant Falls

The Elephant Falls, also known as Lieng Rowoa Waterfall, is located on the Camly River in Nam Ban Town, Lam Ha District, Lam Dong province. The waterfall is approximately 25 kilometers from Dalat city center, with a width of roughly 40 meters and more than 30 meters. The Elephant Waterfall is the most beautiful spot in Dalat’s suburbs.

Elephant Waterfall

– Prenn Waterfall

Prenn Waterfall is a pristine waterfall that preserves the Central Highlands’ natural beauty. On the way from Ho Chi Minh City to Dalat, it is located at the foot of Prenn Pass. With forests and streams, this is one of the ecotourism destinations with some outdoor activities for tourists.

Prenn Waterfall

– Tiger Cave Waterfall

The waterfall is 25m in height and 10m in width. At the foot of the waterfall, the water flow falls firmly, making the dense mist cover the area. The white water then follows the rocks and flows into the primitive forest. In 1950, a giant tiger often lived in a cave close to the fall. Since then, people have given the name Tiger to the waterfall. And this fall is also the gate to starting the Enduro Tour in Da Lat.

Tiger Cave Waterfall

– Bao Dai Falls

Bao Dai Waterfall, or Jraiblian falls, meaning a high rock waterfall, King Bao Dai used to hunt wild animals in this area. Jraiblian Waterfall was when the King chose to rest and relax after the tiring hunt.

Bao Dai Waterfall

– Dalanta Waterfall

Datanla is a big waterfall, around 8 km from Prenn waterfall and 10 km from Dalat city center. This Park offers many adventure tours such as canyoning, a high rope course, roller coaster.

Dalanta Waterfall

b. Da Lat Lakes

– Xuan Huong Lake

The Xuan Huong Lake is beautiful in the heart of Dalat. Xuan Huong was a famous Vietnamese poet who lived in the nineteenth century. Pine forests, green lawns, and flower gardens surrounded the lake. Go for a walk at night enjoy the cool climate. That is the best thing you must do when visiting here.

Xuan Huong Lake

– Tuyen Lam Lake

With a surface area of 320 hectares, Tuyen Lam is the largest freshwater lake. It’s beside the Dalanta Waterfalls. Nobody knows when and why Tuyen Lam was called, but maybe streams and forests were close because of their majestic nature. Tuyen stands for the stream, and Lam stands for the forest. Tuyen Lam is a place for lakes and trees to meet each other.

Tuyen Lam Waterfall

– Dankia – Suoi Vang Lake

SuoiVang Lake is a well-known landscape in Vietnam’s Lam Dong Province. The lake is 20 kilometers north of Dalat city, in the Lac Duong district. SuoiVang Lake is divided into two smaller bodies of water: Dankia at the top and Ankroet at the bottom. You can come here for Lonely Pine Tree, Camping, Paddling Sup, or Da Lat Off-road trip.

Suoi Vang Lake

c. Da Lat Pagodas

– Linh Phuoc Pagoda

Linh Phuoc Pagoda, also known as Ve Chai Pagoda, was constructed in a remote Da Lat City residential area from glass, pottery bowls, and porcelain debris between 1949 and 1952. Many Buddhist monks have led the pagoda. You can learn more about Buddhism by spending time here and admiring how impressive the pagoda is.

Linh Phuoc Pagoda

– Linh Quy Phap An Pagoda

The pagoda’s architectural style is a mix of old Vietnamese and Japanese, with Japanese-style wooden gates erected to guard the holy site. It also features a Japanese-style rock garden where monks gather at various times during the day to contemplate and discuss the teaching of Buddha.

Linh Quy Pháp Ấn Pagoda consists of three major structures: a contemplation hall, a library, and a sanctuary. Visitors to the temple are welcomed to join the monks in their contemplation sessions and even for a meal.

Linh Quy Phap An Pagoda

Besides that, Truc Lam Zen Monastery, Linh Son Pagoda, Linh Quang, Linh An also should be on your list. But Buddhism is always peaceful and beautiful in its way. Although Yersin and many Churches founded da Lat, French Architecture became the symbol here.

III. The motorcycle tours 

In this part for riders, I will show you where the best trails to enjoy your motorcycle tours in Dalat. Only around Da Lat, there are around 150 kilometers for off-road trips. That is heaven for riders like us and some fantastic Passes for Roadtrippers.

a. Off-road – Enduro Dirt Bike Tours

– Bidoup Peak – La Ba Bridge – The Northeast of Da Lat 

Bidoup National Park is the biological reserve of Vietnam, with a large area and high biodiversity, diverse landscapes preserved in extreme conditions. Bidoup National Park is famous for trekking and enjoys a cool climate. So you may imagine how crazy the trails are.

The trip is to learn more about nature farms and experience the primary way of crossing rivers of ethnic people. The way to get in is Tiger Cave Waterfall and the hanging bridge, La Ba Bridge, crosses over the river. Climbing steep hills and curves is not easy, even for intermediate riders.

– Hot Springs Bath Da Long – The Northwest of Da Lat

The trip from Da Lat to Hot Springs will ride through K’Ho ethnic villages. The best off-road trip to touch the cultures, enjoy the cuisine and have a hot spring bath. The people name The food of K’Ho people. They have to make small trails through the jungle to find Da Lat for transportation and living.

– Lonely Pine Tree – Central of Da Lat

The well-known pine tree stands alone in the center of an empty grass field right off the lake’s bank. Some crazy off-road leading to this tree, mud trails that are fun for those who would like to have a day riding explore hidden gems in Dalat.

You can camp here have a BBQ party by Suoi Vang lake to enjoy the quiet moment cool climate.

– Ta Nang Phan Dung – Legendary Trekking Trails to Phan Thiet

Ta Nang Phan Dung is a well-known trekking trail almost everyone uses for trekking or hiking. So if you are a daredevil rider, this legendary trekking trail is for you. You can probably guess how insane these trails are. It’s about 60 kilometers long. From the feet of the mountain, we ride the top of Ta Nang 1700 meters. Then the terrain changes on the way downhill to Phan Thiet. It deserts and creates trails with large rocks.

b. Road Trip – Pillion Tours

– Ngoan Muc Pass – Leading to Phan Rang

Ngoan Muc Pass, also known as Bellevue in French, It’s a 20-kilometer-long pass that’s one of the most impressive in the South. With a 9% ascent from 200 to 980 meters above sea level and numerous sharp curves, even experienced riders will find it difficult. As you pass through the spectacular Pass, you will notice the change in climate and landscape and the diversity of flora and vegetation. Roadtripper shouldn’t miss this Pass if they love religious relic sites. Because this Pass led to Phan Rang, The city of religion, also was the kingdom of the Khmer people. There are still many ruined outskirts of Phan Rang.

Ngoan Muc Pass Da Lat Motorbike Tours

– Khanh Le Pass – Leading to Nha Trang

This 29-kilometer-long Pass connects Da Lat and Nha Trang, rising from 200 meters to 1,600 meters above sea level and traversing dangerous terrain. Khanh Le Pass is split between Hon Ba Nature Reserve in Khanh Hoa Province and Bidoup-Nui Ba National Park in Lam Dong Province. The Pass is like a ribbon of colored silk, snaking through stiff mountains and deep abysses on the other. At the bottom of the Pass, it’s cold at the top.

Khanh Le Pass Da Lat Motorbike Tours

– Dai Ninh Pass – Leading to Phan Thiet

Dai Ninh Pass is around 20 kilometers leading to Phan Thiet beach city. Just run and enjoy the scenery, the rows of trees, luxuriant reeds, and majestic mountains along the road, sometimes jumping out a few mountain goats wild boars. Dai Ninh Pass will challenge all Roadtrippers with one dangerous and adventurous Passes. Besides, during the exploration of Dai Ninh Pass, you can also see the gentle and poetic beauty of Dai Ninh hydro electric lake!

Dai Ninh Pass Da Lat Motorbike

– Prenn Pass – The gate to get into Da Lat

The Prenn Pass, which stretches for over 10 kilometers, is the main entrance to Da Lat’s charming city. Prenn’s roadside scenery is stunning, with lush green grass and trees, towering pine trees, and pine trees murmuring in the breeze, which sounds like an endless symphony of nature. At the foot of the Pass, you’ll find vegetable gardens, verdant gardens, and wooden cottages nestled among the pine trees. A cool breeze and clear air will greet you as you approach the top of the Pass toward Da Lat. You can stop at the Datanla and Prenn waterfalls, which are both quite famous, on your way across Prenn Pass.

Prenn Pass Da Lat Motorbike Tour

c. Bike Rental

At BM Travel Motorbike Tour, We have some bikes for tours and rent:

  • XR 150 – CRF 250 – DRZ 400 are for On-road, Off-Road, Enduro, Pillion Rider.
  • CB 500x – Himalayan are for On-Road, Pillion Rider.

You can rent it in Da Lat and drop it off anywhere in Vietnam

If you would like to ride another bike, do not hesitate to let us know via:

Mobile: +84 98 105 34 36

Email: [email protected]

2. Phan Thiet – Vietnamese Deserts

Phan Thiet is the capital of Bình Thuận province on the coast of Vietnam. The town encompasses a 57.4 kilometer-long coastline with many large and small beaches. It is a charming resort city, offering visitors a wide range of activities, both on land and water.

The life of the Binh Thuan people remained calm until October 24, 1995. The total eclipse to the city of Phan Thiet as a gift to heaven has attracted hundreds of thousands of tourists and scientists to explore the land features so wild. Since that day, traveling to Phan Thiet – Mui Ne, the end of the heart of Central Vietnam. It borders the Southeast and is only 200km from Ho Chi Minh City – it became famous on the map of Vietnam tourism. South and the world.

On the other hand, Phan Thiet also is in the Vietnamese Sahara. That is so exciting to riders like us. The White Sand Dunes in Mui Ne are spectacular – riding on sand one to hidden crevices of whirling dunes in barren deserts. But that isn’t what makes them unique! Unlike the Desert, where the possibility of water is but a mirage, the White Sand Dunes in Mui Ne are located next to a water body and close to Vietnam’s gorgeous beaches.

Phan Thiet Motorbike Tours

I. Phan Thiet Weather

Phan Thiet is located in the South Central region and has a tropical monsoon climate. The specific part is windy sunny, with slight thunderstorms, with average annual temperatures of 26°C to 27°C.

Phan Thiet has two seasons:

The hot season lasts from September to April. In September and October, there are some storms because of the tropical depression. So if you would like to ride in those two months, be aware of the weather forecast. And the best time for motorbiking is from November to April.

Rainy season: From May to September. Riding in these months, you have nothing to enjoy and constantly struggle with rain, storms, and also the peak of Vietnamese domestic tourism.

II. Phan Thiet Destination

Phan Thiet Motorbike Tours

– The Champa Kingdom

Phan Thiet (or Binh Thuan) was in the southern part of the Panduranga principality throughout Champa kingdom history, from the 2nd to the 19th centuries. The earliest trace of the existence of this state is the 8th-century Po Sah Inu towers, where Hindu deities were worshiped. Nowadays, the Cham people continue to hold the annual Kate festival, the biggest celebration there. Moreover, the Po Dam towers show us special features not found anywhere else in the north direction.

At the end of the 17th century, Nguyen kings allowed Phan Thiet and its surroundings to be a Cham autonomous area to save resources to attack the neighboring Chenla kingdom. In 1832, the land officially belonged to this state, and its name changed to Binh Thuan. The new name means “peace and harmony”.

Ke Ga Light House

– Ke Ga Lighthouse

Located on a rocky offshore island 45 minutes south of Phan Thiet, Ke Ga is Vietnam’s oldest lighthouse. It was built in February 1897 and completed at the end of 1898. The tower has an octagonal plan made of marble from France, available right outside. Lights emitting from its 65m-height guide boats and ships are much safer at night, from French colonial times up-to-date.

Sand Dunes

No trip to Phan Thiet would be complete without an adventure to the dunes. The Red Sand Dunes are located approximately 11 kilometers outside Mui Ne. They are best viewed at sunset when the orange sand turns a fiery red. If you can make it up in time, the sunrise maybe even more beautiful and less crowded. The White Sand Dunes, taller and wider than their colorful neighbors, are 23 kilometers away.

Come with BM Travel, Rent a bike and do a Dakar Rally together.

Phan Thiet Fishing Village

Fishing Village

Mui Ne Fishing Village has a beautiful view of the coastline, lined with swaying palm trees and colorful fishing boats moored in the water. As you walk deeper into the village, you’ll see pictures of locals meticulously making fish sauce or drying fish, which will provide a visual feast for your eyes. Early mornings are very busy and bustling as local fishers sort their day’s catch, including fresh scallops, stingrays, crabs, and groupers. This will be an excellent opportunity for you to learn about local life.

Yen Cape – The hidden Heaven for adventurers

Yen Cape has a stunning view of the ocean. Camping in Yen Cape is something you cannot ignore. The night in Mui Yen is tranquil. The basket boats of fishers going fishing at night only occasionally shine bright lights that startle you. Besides, this place is just you, the wind, and the sound of the waves crashing—the only starry sky with stars on moonless nights at Mui Yen. There is a mini off-road trip here to admire nature and enjoy the next day’s dawn. Yen Cape is the ideal place for any adventurers.

Touching the core of historical values, knowing more about the cultures, hitting the off-road, and admiring nature are the goals of any trip. Those places are near the Center of Phan Thiet and the best place for riders like us to explore them. And for sure, Phan Thiet is famous for its beautiful beaches, fresh seafood, unique cuisine…

III. The motorcycle tours

a. Coastal Ride

The East Coast Trip from Phan Thiet to Ha Long Bay, in particular, cannot be adequately described in words. The Vietnamese coast will not disappoint you with over 3000 kilometers of coastline and diverse ethnic cultures changing from the South to the north. The beaches are clean and fresh, and numerous unique islands to visit. Aside from that, all riders should see the Vietnamese Desert in Phan Thiet. It’s very similar to the Dakar Rally game. Even take a ride through the dragon fruit orchards and enjoy a fresh one. And some Khmer towers here will show you how mighty the Khmer Empire was.

– Motorbiking Up To Nha Trang

It’s around 270 kilometers along the beach to Nha Trang. You will pass many exciting places such as salt farms, dragon fruit farms, solar power plants, grape farms, fishing villages. Not only that, but there are also many beautiful beaches, unique bays, and wind fan fields.

You should visit Phan Rang, Vinh Hy Bay, Dinh Cape Lighthouse, Chua Mountain National Park. Salty air. Waves crashing on rocks. Rolling windy hills impressive dunes intersected with some Khmer temples. Riding the South China Sea Coast is the most beautiful road trip globally.

– Motorbiking Down to Saigon

The Coastal Road Trip back to Saigon is around 270 kilometers long. You will visit some peaceful fishing villages such as Lagi town Ke Ga town. These villages are quiet, beautiful, and suitable for those who love sitting on the beach and admiring the beach at night.

Vung Tau will be the last city beach before you get to Saigon. Vung Tau is a modern beach city and does not sleep at night. With many bars and restaurants along the beach for you to enjoy and play all night long.

This is the best part of the Vietnam Coastline Ride, whether riding to Nha Trang or back to Saigon. This part is really to ride along the South China Sea and avoid the highway. That means you can enjoy the motorbike trip better than other parts.

b. Road Trip 

– Gia Bac Pass – Motorbiking to Di Linh Town

When going through Gia Bac’s Pass, everyone will understand why this place is so loved. The scenery here is breathtaking with the mountains of the same message, the vast and endless coffee hills. Gia Bac Pass has more than 100 years of history, originating as a trade trail of the K’ho Nop people in the South of Di Linh and officially became an essential pass in the French period. Gia Bac Pass attracts travelers in addition to the dangerous turns. The natural beauty is preserved intact: the coffee shop located in the middle of the Pass. This small cafe is a simple-looking wooden house that overlooks the vast valley.

Gia Bac Pass Phan Thiet Motorcycle Tours

– Da Mi Pass – Motorbiking to Bao Loc city.

Da Mi Pass connects Bao Loc and Phan Thiet, cross and zigzag pass roads, encounter 2 beautiful artificial lakes between the mountains and forests, Ham Thuan Lake and Da Mi Lake. Ham Thuan Lake is located on La Nga River, a tributary of the Dong Nai river system. In the middle of the lake, there are 8 large and small islands of all shapes and sizes, covered with green trees like giant rockeries.

– Dakar Rally Phiet

Riders may know how crazy the Dakar Rally is. With over 50 kilometers of sand rides, it is easy to get lost in the Desert or lose navigation. And right in Vietnam, Phan Thiet can be called a mini Dakar Rally.

But after all, the beach is right there. Crossing the Desert, jumping on the beach, BBQ party, and cold beers waiting for you. What a trip!!

IV. Bike Rental

At BM Travel Motorbike Tour, We have some bikes for tours and rent:

  • XR 150 – CRF 250 – DRZ 400 are for On-road, Off-Road, Enduro, Pillion Rider.
  • CB 500x – Himalayan are for On-Road, Pillion Rider.

You can rent it in Phan Thiet and drop it off anywhere in Vietnam

If you would like to ride another bike, do not hesitate to let us know via

Mobile: +84 98 105 34 36

Email: [email protected]

3. What do you need to pack for the Da Lat – Phan Thiet motorbike Trip? 

a. Papers and Money


When traveling to most countries worldwide, your passport is the first and most important document you’ll need. Check if your passport is still valid for at least another six months. Furthermore, to visit our S-shaped country, you must have a valid visa.

Let copies of passport and identification card. It will help you in many unwanted situations. Also, you should scan these documents as PDF files and save them on your phone or computer.

Driving License

You must have The IAA International Driver License to ride motorcycles legally.

We highly recommend that you carefully read this blog.

Travel Insurance

This isn’t a must-have document, but it’s worth including in your Vietnam packing list. After all, we can’t always anticipate every eventuality that may arise during the journey. If any problems occur, travel insurance will come in handy.

– Money

Although, nowadays, in many restaurants and hotels, Master and Visa cards are acceptable payment methods. And in Vietnam, we have 10 kinds of money denominations such as VND 1,000, VND 2,000, VND 5,000; VND 10,000, VND 20,000, VND 50,000; VND 100,000, VND 50,000, VND 200,000 and VND 500,000.

But in Vietnam, the cuisine is so diverse, and the price is only around 1 – 2$. So you need to have some 10,000 – 20,000 – 50,000 in your pocket and a few 100,000 – 200,000 in case you pay something big.

b. Clothes – Protection Gears – Helmet

Following the weather, I told you the above. The best time to visit Da Lat – Phan Thiet and the South is November to March. Pack these things before any motorbike trip in the South

– For Riding Motorbike

  • Fullface helmet
  • Protection Jacket & Pants
  • Knee and elbow pads
  • Riding gloves
  • Goggles
  • Riding boots
  • Spare Tires

– For Better Trip

  • Raincoat
  • Sun Cream
  • Waterproof Pocket
  • Phone Holder
  • Backup Charger

– For Emergency Case

  • First Aid Kit
  • Your Personal Medicine

4. Perfect motorbike tour with BM Travel! 

As you see above, there are many things you have to prepare to make your trip go smoothly. Even when getting lost, how can you get to the place you want??

But with BM Travel Motorbike Tours, just renting a bike from us, all those things are there for you. Only three things you pack with your stuff are

  • Suncream
  • Your Personal Medicine
  • Riding boots

The remaining items, we will arrange for you. Furthermore, we have some camping motorbike tours deep in the jungle that you should not travel independently. We are sure that those journeys are so exciting to adventurers. And below, we would like to show you some of the best motorbike tours to explore Da Lat – Phan Thiet.

– 1 Day Motorbike Tours

  • Enduro Da Lat
  • Enduro Phan Thiet
  • Da Lat – Nha Trang
  • Phan Thiet – Sai Gon

– 2 Days Motorbike Tours

  • Ta Nang Phan Dung 2 days
  • Da Lat – Nam Cat Tien – Sai gon
  • Phan Thiet – Bao Loc – Da Lat 2 days
  • Da Lat – Nam Cat Tien – Saigon
  • Phan Thiet – Bao Loc – Da Lat 2 days
  • Phan Thiet  – Vinh Hy – Da Lat

– 3 Days Motorbike Tours

  • Da Lat Ta Dung 3 day
  • Da Lat – Buon Me – Nha Trang – Da Lat 3 days
  • Da Lat – Ta Nang – Ta Noi – Vinh Hy – Phan Thiet 3 days
  • Phan Thiet – Kala – Ta Nang- Phan Dung- Phan Thiet 3 days

5. Why is Da La – Phan Thiet on your must-visit list?

Da La – Phan Thiet is an important destination contributing to your trip that is touching the quintessence of southern Vietnam or not. There is not only a cool climate and beautiful beaches. But also there has fresh seafood, unique cuisine, incredible Pass, etc.

– Pristine Jungles

Many jungles and forests split Da Lat – Phan Thiet into two different regions. That makes hazardous off-road trips for riders such as Ta Nang Phan Dung. Furthermore, there is not affected by tourism. Getting deeply into the jungle and camping one night to admire what Mother Nature offers in this area.

– Mystery Ethnic Cultures

Da Lat – Lam Dong is home to the K’Ho, Tay, Nung people. On the other hand, Phan Thiet was the Khmer Kingdom. That created the cradle of ethnic cultures to explore and know more about their daily cuisine.

– Valuable History

Da Lat is famous for the gem that Yersin found. The French built many architectures to make Da Lat into The Litlle Paris. Until now, those houses and buildings have become the symbol of this place and made Da Lat more famous worldwide.

So how about Phan Thiet? Phan Thiet was the Khmer Kingdom. Their ruined temple is still there, but mystery stories are still existing. But how they could be the empire for centuries.

– Diverse Terrain for riders

Da Lat is over 1.500 meters high, and Phan Thiet is the beach city. That leads to the terrain change from lush jungles into deserts. And at BM Travel, we have motorcycle tours to please all riders, from beginners to daredevil riders.

6. How to book a motorcycle tour from BM Travel Motorbike Tours in Da Lat or Phan Thiet?

a. Choosing What motorbike tour is suitable for you and your team

Depending on The Fourth Part, You can select your best trip. Besides that, we still have many kinds of Motorbike Tours in Vietnam.

We focus on maximizing riders’ experience on every tour. So the Motorbike Tour Prices at BM Travel is affordable to everyone. And many kinds of tours for you and your team to choose such as:

  • Guided Motorcycle Tours Road Trip: Onroad 100% every day ( but no highway )
  • Self-Guided Motorcycle Tours: We provide you a GGmap to ride on your own, and we arrange dinners hotels for you. Also, we suggest where to take a photo and have lunch.
  • Offroad Dirtbike Tours: Riding off-road from 20 – under 50% riding time per day.
  • Enduro Tours: We will ride from 50 – 100 % of the riding time per day off-road.
  • Pillion Tours: Our riders will take you on the back of the bike and explore Vietnam.
  • Vietnam Crossing Border Tours:  The motorcycle tour explores every corner of Indochina.
  • BMW Motorcycle Tours: The luxury motorcycle tour exploring Indochina with GS 1250.
  • 4×4 Tours: Wildtrak 4×4 with 1 – 3 passengers on a truck. You can even ride one to explore Indochina.

b. Choose a bike and kind of terrain.

At BM Travel Motorbike Tour, We have some bikes for tours.

  • XR 150 – CRF 250 – CRF Rally – DRZ 400 are for On-road, Offroad, Enduro, Pillion Rider.
  • CB 500x – TIger 900 – GS 1250 – Himalayan is for On-Road, Pillion Rider.

Moreover, KTM or Husqvarna is there for some special enduro tours. All those bikes are continually maintained in the best conditions by our professional mechanic and ready to go whatever tour and no matter of time.

If you would like to ride another bike, do not hesitate to let us know.

c. Fill out the booking form online.

After filling out the booking form online, BM Travel will email you back in a few minutes to confirm your trip. You can read the FAQ list by this link:

Or you can email us for any questions you may have, customize your motorbike tours, bike rental, international license, booking Halong cruise, procedures for caravan tours from anywhere to get into Vietnam… etc., anything about Vietnam Tourism.

Mobile: +84 976 024 986 via WhatsApp

Email: [email protected]

d. Deposit for your motorbike tours

After discussing with you via email, our consultants will send you the final itinerary depending on your demands.

Detailing about what our consultants send you before you send your deposit

The daily details about your motorcycle tour

Tour Price (change depending on what bike and how many people )

The Flight Ticket (We support you to book your ticket also to avoid the price going up)

The deposit includes:

– We require a deposit of 30% of the total upon confirmation of booking the tour. The remaining balance will be paid 45 days before departure. Your booking may be considered canceled if Vietnam Motorbike Tours Club does not receive the total balance by that time.

– The flight ticket you must send is 100% if you book that from us.

– You can choose the payment method by money transfer or credit card payment with all bank transfer charges/ fees to be paid by you.

– After receiving your payment, we will inform you via email.

e. How about Cancellation and Refund

Vietnam Motorbike Tours Club takes no responsibility for any flight delays or scheduled changes throughout the trip.

With our notification in advance, we can change the itinerary or delay the tour due to weather, local conditions, politics, or other reasons.

During the tour, should you be found to break any of the rules without the prior exception from the tour leader, we have the discretion to cancel the tour with no refunds applied.

Should your bike have minor technical problems during the tour, our guide/mechanic will attempt to fix it as quickly as possible. If the bike can not be fixed within the day, we will endeavor to substitute a bike of a similar type to ensure your trip is not interrupted.

If you cancel the tour due to special reasons, you may transfer your booking to another person. However, you will be liable for your nominee paying their monies.

After sending the deposit, we will send all the things you need to travel to Vietnam.

Please remember that our consultants are always there beside you if you need to support anything anytime.

f. Rest assured with BM Travel Motorbike Tours

As the top 1 motorcycle tours operators in Indochina, you can rest assured that your holidays will be priceless.

Our professional BM’s Team will arrange tours from the minor things: bikes, meals, accommodation, etc.

After booking your tour from BM Travel, the one thing you must do is focus on your daily work until flying to Vietnam.

The motorbike trip with BM Travel will be the best journey of your life.​​

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