Join us on the first official tour of this route! Starting in Ho Chi Minh City and ending in the beautiful beach paradise of An Bang (Hoi An). The perfect combination of beaches and mountains, and plenty of back road excitement!

PRICES STARTING FROM AUD $2999 per person twin share tour only
AUD $820 Single Supplement Available
DATES  20th August 2018 – 2nd September 2018
  • Airport transfers for all flights
  • Accommodation base on twin share (single supplement available at request) with daily breakfast
  • Accommodation level from Basic to 4 star
  • Truck support to carry luggage
  • Experienced Vietnamese leader. Western leader for 10 people and above.
  • Motorcycle mechanic on tour
  • 150cc Motor bike – XR150 or similar —upgrade available on request for additional fee
  • Petrol
  • All entrance fees
  • All activities mentioned
  • Visa on Arrival Introduction letter (USD 25.00 payable direct in Vietnam on Arrival)

Day 1

Arrive in Ho Chi Minh City

A driver holding a sign with your name will be waiting at the airport to pick you up and take you to your hotel. The evening is yours to enjoy at your leisure.

Ho Chi Minh City, formally Saigon, is a city of bright neon lights, endless shopping and trendy cafes.  Its wide tree-lined boulevards reflect its French heritage, and towering skycrapers announce it has landed squarely in the 21st Century.  As a contrast to this modern backdrop, is the chaotic traffic of swarming motorbikes, which are generally overloaded or carrying exotic passengers.  This is people watching at its best.

Free time to explore the city


Day 2

Ho Chi Minh City – Cu Chi Tunnels

9am start, when the rush hour has finished, we start our bike adventure with a brief city tour, test ride your bikes get settled in the traffic. Visit the War Remnants Museum.

In the afternoon, we start the adventure out of the city as we head to Cu Chi. It is approximately a 2 hour ride and then you will spend about  1 and a half hours exploring the famous Cu Chi tunnel museum to learn more about the Vietnam war. After that, we will have an enjoyable ride around countryside near Cu Chi, before an afternoon ride back to Ho Chi Minh city center.

Distance: 100 km

Meals: :  Breakfast, Lunch


Day 3

Ho Chi Minh – Vung Tau

An Early morning start – we set off from our hotel in Saigon and head to Vung Tau.

You will be impressed by the beautiful scenery long the way, especially the sections of road that are straddled by mountains and beaches. Visit Minh Dam historical mountain and Long Phuoc Tunnels. We will stop and visit the Long Tan Cross before reaching Vung Tau.

Arriving in Vung Tau,  we break at the hotel and relax then if time permits we continue visiting the “White House” (Villa Blanche) which was built by the French (1898-1916) as a summer holiday house of French Governor General Paul Doumer. From its balcony there’s a panoramic view of Front Beach and small islets.

Overnight in Vung Tau

Distance: 135 km

Meals: :  Breakfast, Lunch


Day 4

Vung Tau – Mui Ne

Keep riding on beautiful country roads to Mui Ne. The beautiful sea views from the the roads we travel on must be the highlight of this Southern Vietnam motorbike tour. We can do some stops to visit the Champa’s villages and their temples to learn more about the Cham’s  history and culture.  Remainder of the afternoon to relax at the beach and end the day with a swim at Mui Ne – one of the best beaches in Vietnam.

Overnight in a beach resort in Mui Ne.

Distance: 180 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Day 5

Mui Ne – Bao Loc

After early breakfast in the hotel, we leave the town to visit the fairy springs, red canyons white sand dunes and some traditional villages where fishing is an everyday way to earn a living. Ride through pretty coffee platations and see the incredible dragon fruits growing amoungst them. Then we continue to the Central Highlands, along the way we stop to visit the K’ho ethnic minority villages to learn about the culture of their traditional life on the edge of the Central Highlands. We will arrive into Bao Loc after stopping to visit Dambri waterfall (90 meters high).

Overnight in Bao Loc.

Distance: 160 km

Meals: :  Breakfast, Lunch, dinner


Day 6

Bao Loc – Dalat

After breakfast we aim to set off around 8:30 am. It’s a short motorbike ride up to Da Lat but it offers a beautiful view of mountain and green plantation. We will see plenty of green tea farm, mushroom fields, vegetable and flower farms, coffee plantations and visit some villages who produce silk and learn how to make beautiful silk from silkworms. This must be another highlight of the motorbike tour central highlands Vietnam. We will be in Da Lat around 4:00 pm.

Distance:  140 km

Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch


Day 7

Dalat – Lak Lake

After breakfast you’ll visit the Dragon Pagoda and the Lat minority village. Have a chat with the village leader, enjoy his gong music show, and try a drink of the local wine. Next you’ll ride along a country road to visit a Dalat farm that grows vegetables, a greenhouse to admire the flowers, a coffee plantation, a silk village, and the Elephant Waterfall. Enjoy Vietnamese coffee at a local café and then see how Vietnamese rice wine is made. When you arrive at Lak Lake you’ll visit the Jun minority village and then check in at the long-stilt-house. Overnight at a home stay in Jun village with M’Nong minority people.

Distance: 140 km                

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Day 8

Lak Lake – Buon Ma Thuot

On the way to Buon Me Thuot city, you’ll have a half-hour trek to the top of Elephant Rock Mountain. Back on your bike and on the road again you’ll be able to take in the panorama of rice paddy fields. Continue the ride to Buon Me Thuot city and then take the Ho Chi Minh Trail to visit Dray Sap, Gia Long Falls, and the Dray Nur Falls. Stop for a swim in a natural pool in the middle of the park, and then continue through the national park. Head back to Buon Me Thuot city. Overnight in Buon Me Thuot.

Distance: 140 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Day 9

Buon Ma Thuot – Pleiku

Travel north along the Ho Chi Minh Trail and stop to visit the war monument to the former North Vietnam radio operator soldiers. Take in the spectacular views of rubber plantations and cashew and black pepper gardens. See local Vietnamese making rice paper and rice noodles and make a brief stop to visit Sea Lake in Plei Ku city. Enjoy a swim if you like, go kayaking on the lake, or take a walk in the pine tree forest. Overnight in PleiKu.

Distance: 195 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Day 10

Pleiku – Kon Tum

In the early morning you’ll head out on an 80-kilometer ride to the north-east to the Mang Den town known as Dalat 2. Visit the beautiful lake and waterfall in the middle of the jungle. Stop at another minority village, where the Ba Na people live in their traditional communal Rong house. Travel back to Kon Tum, stopping at a very old and unique wooden church. Overnight in Kon Tum.

Distance: 140 km                    

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Day 11

Kon Tum – Kham Duc

Travel approximately 42 km north from Kon Tum to Dakto village, which was the site of a major battle during the American War. Stop in Daklei province to see a Trieng minority village and try crossing their tiny hanging bridge! Continue on your ride and stop at the Dak Ha hot spring and enjoy bathing in the fresh spring waters. Overnight in Kham Duc.

Distance: 170 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Day 12

Kham Duc – Hoi An

Take Highway 14E to Hoi An. See how incense and chopsticks are made. Cross the Thu Bon River by ferry to My Son, the land of the Cham Pa Kingdom. You’ll arrive in Hoi An in the afternoon, marking the end of the tour.

We will stay in a smaller village not far from Hoi An called An Bang – this is Asia as it used to be, small beach side restaurants and bars, beach lounges and away from the main tourist groups!

Distance: 140 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Day 13

Hoi An  / An Bang Free Day

A free day to immerse yourself in all that Hoi An has to offer.  The Old Town of Hoi An is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a photographer’s paradise.  If you love shopping, eating, swimming, history and exploring you will be in your element.


Day 14

Depart from Vietnam

You will have some free time in the morning until a car takes you from your hotel to the airport.

Tour requires 6 travelers to run.

Please note itinerary is subject to change. Due to the nature of the area of this trip itinerary amendments may need to be adjusted before and while on tour – road, weather and riders may require changes to be made – please use as guide only.

All riders must hold a current and valid Australian Motorcycle licence – Proof will be required. Being experienced in different types of riding conditions, including off road will be of great value to you.

Comprehensive Travel Insurance is a condition of travel.

Additional touring and travel arrangements are available and welcome —please request for a personalised quote.

Riding will be quite challenging, please be comfortable with steep inclines and declines and roads not to Australian conditions. Some parts of this ride are on dirt roads.

These are not roads for travelling at a high speed.  As an indication, it takes one hour to travel 50km on a straight highway in Vietnam.  The route of this tour is windy and travels through many local villages with riders enjoying the freedom to stop for photos and breaks and to visit local markets along the way.

Most locals ride 110cc or 125cc, such as the Honda WIN or Wave and the Honda Future.  These small bikes are perfect for the conditions in Vietnam, however for long distances a bigger bike is more comfortable.  We will provide 150cc off road bikes as part of the package, and clients may wish to upgrade to 250cc for an additional fee.

Accommodation provided on ride days is limited due to location hotels will be quite basic but do have western bathrooms.

Please be aware that emergency medical facilities away from major cities will be limited.

All riders are liable for any damage to the bikes that occur while they are riding them. A deposit of $300 per rider is collected on arrival in Hanoi, this will be refunded to you at the end of the tour. This will be to cover any damage to the bikes that occur.

Helmet – We do not provide or rent helmets due to safety and hygiene.  Clients can bring their own or buy one in Vietnam at a cost of AUD$60 upwards.

Boots – Bring sturdy boots but heavy dirt bike boots are not necessary.

Jacket & Pants – Reinforced safety jacket and jeans (Draggin) are suitable.

Wet Weather – These can be purchased cheaply in Vietnam if needed.

A support vehicle will accompany the tour transporting non-riders and luggage.

The best available hotels will be used in the remote country towns.  These will be basic but clean.  Restaurants along the route will also be basic with toilet facilities being clean but may be squat toilets.  The only alcohol available in the countryside is beer, rice wine and cheap vodka.  But table wine and spirits can be transported in the bus.  Soft drink is limited to coke and sprite so if tonic or soda is required, then this should also be brought on the bus.

This is an Adventure Style tour, you will get muddy, rained on and tooted at. Days can be quite long and will need to be comfortable riding on uncomfortable roads, if you have any concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to contact for more information.

EXCLUSIONS – please ask us for assistance in adding in additional arrangements

  • Travel insurance (compulsory)
  • Internal flight tickets
  • Spending money
  • Tips & gratuities
  • Activities not listed
  • Meals not listed
  • All drinks
  • International departure taxes
  • International flights

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