Leaving Hoi An for Hue: Visit incense and mat making villages to learn more about the rural life of locals who live in the Center of Vietnam, Marble Mountain, ceramic making village…ect. stop on the top of Hai Van Pass to have some great shots of the panoramic views between beach and mountain, Da Nang and Hue . Having lunch and relax on one of the most beautiful beaches of Vietnam, Lang Co Beach, visit conical hat making village in Phu Bai before arriving in Hue around 5 pm.
Hue was used to be an ancient capital of Vietnam , so it’s worth staying one day to visit and learn more about the Vietnamese traditions, history, customs, culture. Go to visit Linh Mu pagoda, Kim Long old village where you can learn the Vietnamese people make the traditional rice wine, the way locals harvest rice on the fields, Hue Museum , citadel, ride on the boat to listen to Hues folk songs at night
Leaving Hue for A Luoi: Visit Nam Giao ancient village, Hue citadels, Minh Mang Tomb, orange agent areas to learn more about the war. Then head to the Ho Chi Minh trail again to visit the historic vestige and battle field Hamburger Hill. Overnight in A Luoi.
Leaving Hue for Dong Ha, stop in Churu Van Kieu villages to learn more about their daily life as well as the legendary resistance against American, stop in Dakrong area and Khe Sanh battle field,…before arrive in Khe Sanh and stay overnight.
Leave Khe Sanh for Dong Hoi, stop at DMZ and then to Vinh Moc tunnels to learn more about the Civil War of Vietnam before 1975. Continue traveling on Ho Chi Minh trail to see the breath-taking nature of Northern Truong Son mountain. Get to Dong Hoi around 5 p.m and stay overnight.
Leave early in the morning to visit historic vestige Phu Hoa church, the ‘battle field village’, continue following the Ho Chi Minh trail to Phong Nha Caves , one of the two natural world heritages of Vietnam . Spend around 4 hours to explore the area by foot and boat. Stay overnight in Phong Nha.
Leave the marvelous Phong Nha Caves to visit Da Nhay beach, shrimp farms, salt making village, stop on the top Ngang Pass to see the amazing scenery, reach to Ky Anh around 5 p.m and stay overnight.
Leave Ky Anh for Vinh (Ho Chi Minh’s homeland), visit Huong Tich pagoda, the historic vestige Dong Loc Three Way Crossroad, The Nguyen Du Great Poet Monument, and then Ho Chi Minh Square . Stay overnight in Vinh.
Get on the road to visit Sen village, where Ho Chi Minh was born and grown up, Chua village, learn more about Vietnamese history when you visit the Ba Trieu temple, go to different small villages to see the locals make the traditional mats, marble stones, the way they roll and process tobacco, you will arrive in Thanh Hoa around 5p.m and stay overnight.
Leaving Thanh Hoa in the early morning for Ninh Binh, Continue traveling to ancient capital of many Dynasties of Vietnam, visit the breath-taking nature of Tam Coc – Bich Dong, Bai Dinh Temple , Trang An,…and then head to Cuc Phuong National Park to enjoy the natural life …Over night in Ninh Binh
Leaving Ninh Binh for Hoa Binh, after visiting Ho Dynasty Citadel, continue following the Ho Chi Minh trail to get some great photos before visiting the Spiritual Fish Springs, Fairy Caves , visit and learn more the culture of ethnic minority, Muong. Home stay with locals at night in Hoa Binh
Leaving Hoa Binh for Ha Noi, visit the Viet – Muong village, Hoa Binh lake, enjoy the wonderful views on the top of Hoa Binh Hydro Electricity, go to the small village to see their daily life. Get to Hanoi around 5 pm. Finish the tour!
Tour Cost includes:
* Isurance is being paid for you during the ride.
* Motorbike + gas + roll fees.
* Sightseeing fees
* Boat trip
* Tour guide
* Water & Snacks
* First-aid kit
* Entrance fees & Sightseeing fees/tickets and accommodation.
5% Discount available for: Students with valid student card, Red Cross Members and people who have a card to prove they are members of a local motorbike club.
We'll pick you up at any hotel and anywhere
What To Bring?
Remember that while these are our most famous tours, we can of course customize any itinerary to suit your travels. Feel free to contact Vietnam Easy Riders to discuss your plans!