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PILLION PASSENGERS: ( You enjoy the rides behind your driving guides )
90$ person/day for solo passenger
85$ person/day for group of 2,3,4
80$ person/day for group of 5,6,7

SELF-RIDERS: ( Minimum 2 people, you ride a bike yourself and go with one of our experienced drivers. Solo person, please contact us! )
80$ person/day for group of 2 (if you share one bike and go with one of our guide)
90$ person/day for group of 2
85$ person/day for group of 3
80$ person/day for group of 4
75$ person/day for group of 5
70$ person/day for group of 6

Flexible rates on larger groups

Available by car, please contact us for the best price offer!


Motorcycles: Honda XR 150cc, Honda RR & Fortune 150 & 125cc or Full automatic
Petrol, Oil and maintenance
Motorbike’s insurance
English-speaking tour guide
All entrance fees
Accommodation: Hotels, guest houses and home stays
Helmets: Full face and open face
Motorcycle jackets, knee guards, elbow guards and gloves
Rain poncho if needed and waterproof bags
Easy Rider Travel’s T-Shirt


Your meals, drink and other expenses which is not mentioned above

Day 1

HA NOI – HA LONG BAY ~ 170 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

Our tour will start off at around 8:30 am and then ride out of the city, follow the road through Red River Delta to Halong Bay. After having lunch in Halong Bay with Vietnamese sea food restaurant, we can get on the boat to start the afternoon tour and explore Halong Bay – the world heritage of Vietnam. There are so many beautiful islands and islets such as Dinh Huong Island, Ga Choi Island, Sung Sot Cave, Titov Beach. After the day trip around Halong Bay, we come back to the mother boat for one overnight stay in cruise.

Day 2

HA LONG – NINH BINH ~ 180 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

Coming to the 2nd day of motorbike tour, our team can admire the stunning view of the sea at sunrise. Just enjoy your breakfast while the cruise is travelling around. You can both savor your foods and get emerged into the beauty of various islands and islets. After the lunch on board, we will disembark on Ha Long dock and hit the road to Ninh Binh. We will follow the road no.18 through Hai Phong and then turn in road no.10 through Red River Delta to approach Ninh Binh Province. On the motorcycle tour to Ninh Binh, there will be some stopovers for all motorcyclists to take photo and get relaxed. After lunch in a local restaurant, We will keep going to Ninh Binh Province. And then stay our 2nd night at the local hotel.

Day 3

NINH BINH – TAN KY ~ 230 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

From Ninh Binh, the next stop for 3rd day of our tour is Tan Ky, a town which is 230km far from Ninh Binh. On the way, we can take a break at Ngoc Lac Town for lunch. After that, we will have enjoyable Motorcycle Tour along the Ho Chi Minh Trail – the legendary route in Vietnam War. From now then, our motorcycle team will gear up to reach Tan Ky Town on time.

Day 4

TAN KY – PHONG NHA CAVES ~ 300 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

The 4th day will depart at 8:30am after breakfast. We will drive from North to the center of Vietnam. Followed by the motorbike ride on the trail to Pho Chau for a break and see Ho Chi Minh trail victory monument. Unlike the Northern Vietnam Motorbike Trip, you can see many historical relics along the Ho Chi Minh road. After that, we keep riding to Phong Nha – Ke Bang, one of the most magnificent cave systems in the world, which was considered by UNESCO as world heritage. This area dated back from 4000 million years ago with many complicated geographic structures, creating the unique attractiveness for this national park. It extends to the border of Laos PDR, with the length of more than 65km of caves and underground rivers. We stay one night in hotel in Phong Nha.

Day 5

 PHONG NHA CAVES – KHE SANH ~ 220 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

From Phong Nha to Khe Sanh, Our team will take you on the western Ho Chi Minh Trail, which is different from other companies. This Trail is known as the hidden trail to avoid the bomb of US Army, which runs through the Phong Nha–Ke Bang national park. In the distance of more than 200km, you are supposed to see more landscapes and relics than motorbikes. This part is the highlight of the Ho Chi Minh trail from North to South. After getting out of Phong Nha Ke Bang, we will visit the former marine base of US enemy: Khe Sanh. Coming to Khe Sanh nowadays, you can see the air base, the tunnel system and the museum with remnants of the past. We will finish the great 5th day and have one overnight in Khe Sanh, before heading to other landmarks.

Day 6

KHE SANH – VINH MOC – HUE ~ 200 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

On the 6th day, we’ll ride from the west to the east, along the 17th parallel, which used to be the boundary between the North and the South of Vietnam in the war. We will have chance to stop at some historical vestiges to take a look and listen to the historical stories about the severe years of Vietnamese such as Hien Luong bridge, Vinh Moc tunnel, etc.. After lunch, we will continue along the highway No.1 from Quang Tri to Hue. We will reach Hue at roughly 5 pm and ends the 6th day of our tour. Overnight in Hue

Vinh Moc is a tunnel complex located in Quang Tri, Vietnam. This one was in a strategic location, served as a bomb shelter for local people in Son Trung and Son Ha communes of Vinh Linh districts in the Vietnamese Demilitarized zone. The people were believed to support foods and other stuffs for North Vietnamese garrison on the Con Co Island. The American soldier wanted to suppress local people and forced them to leave but the residents had nowhere to go. They decided to move the village underground 10m but the American forces designed bombs that burrowed down 10m. Finally, villagers decided to dig more to the depth of 30m. This construction was started in 1966 and used until 1972. They lived here like normal, with the kitchens, rooms for living. Around 60 families lived in that tunnel with roughly 17 children were born here”

Day 7

HUE – HOI AN ~ 160 KM (8:30 – 16:30)

You will have the opportunities to explore that romantic city-Hue in the morning and some attractions in suburban areas. In the afternoon, we followe the National highway 1 from Hue to Hoi An. Our guide will lead you through Hai Van pass (Cloudy pass). Just after 30 minutes from Hai Van pass, we will reach Hoi An, one of the most famous attractions in the center of Vietnam. This town used to be an important trading harbor in the 16 and 17th century. Along the way from Da Nang to Hoi An could be the highlight of the whole journey because you will ride along the coastal line of Vietnam.

Day 8


“Hoi An is the ancient harbor town of Champa people, deriving from the before the 10th century. Lying at the estuary of Thu Bon River and near the sea, it kept being the harbor and trading center of Vietnam in 16th and 17th centuries. There are many Chinese, Japanese and western people coming to Vietnam and settle down at that time. Hoi An was also called Hai Pho in old time, which meant Seaside town. When the French came there, it is named as Faifo. In Hoi An, the most typical building which is the icon of that town is Chua Cau or pagoda bridge. This one was built on 17th century, which reflects the harmony combination of Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese architecture, with the function of both bridge and pagoda. This town is called by French, Spanish, Portuguese and Dutch as Faifo. Many people have tried to explain that name. It is believed to be another version of Hai Pho. Others claim that it is the shortening of “Hoi An Pho”, to “Hoi Pho” and then Faifo.

This town was recognized as World Heritage site by UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) in 1999, as a well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port of the 15th to 19th centuries, whose buildings display a unique blend of local and foreign influences”. Besides the historical and cultural attractions in Hoi An, this town is also really well-known for its long and marvelous beaches. In the afternoon, we can make a short trip to Cua Dai beach or rent the bike to cycle along the windy paddy fields from Hoi An town to coastal area, just about 4km. At night, you can enjoy a cup of coffee on the bank of Thu Bon river, listen to the traditional music and explore the beauty of Hoi An by night with the colorful and shining lanterns.

Day 9

HOI AN – QUY NHON ~ 300 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

Today will be one of the longest riding with our team on Ho Chi Minh road. We will ride from Hoi An to Quy Nhon. We will carry on along the amazing coastline. It will be the day with full of challenges but also variety of excitements for you. We reache Quy Nhon at about 4: pm. You can feel the salty wind from the sea because this town is located adjunctively with the sea. Enjoy your dinner and one night stay here in this sea town will be an amazing experience.

Day 10

QUY NHON – NHA TRANG ~ 200 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

From Quy Nhon to Nha Trang, you will be stunned by the sceneries 2 sides of the road with the romantic and tranquil beaches, where there are almost no human. Before we heading to Nha Trang, We drive about 20 km along Nha Trang beach, one of the most Charming beach in Vietnam. The tour will end at your hotel or our Easy Rider Travel’s office company right in the tourist area. From here, you have options to stay or meet other onward transport connections.

Day 11


Full free day at the beach or gathering for a seafood feast to recount our adventure and toast the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Optionally, You can also take a island tour to some beautiful island with some quiet beaches.

Day 12

NHA TRANG – DALAT ~ 140 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

Your guides will pick you up from your hotel. On the way, we’ll stop at local villages to visit and see the way of life of the villagers. You will rideacross the river on a wooden bridge made by the local people, stop at a rice paddy field where your guide will explain how a paddy fieldoperates, and see how villagers weave mats, make chopsticks, bind the traditional palm-leaf conical hats (Non La), and manufacture rice paper and noodles. From here we continue on highway 723 to see sugar cane being grown and harvested and ẹnjoy some fresh sugar cane.Onwards, we visit a Raglai village where you will learn about the customs and traditions of these minority people. From here we ride up into the mountains to an approximate height of 1700 meters where the cool mountain air will invigorate you. Don’t forget to take photographs along the way. You will ride through many coffee plantations and understand more about the cultivation and production of the crop. In Dalat we explain to you why this city is the honeymoon capital of Vietnam as well as about the French influence which leads many to call the town “The Small Paris”. You will get the chance to explore some of the thousands of greenhouses that line the hills growing beautiful flowers and vegetables. Make sure you see the Dragon pagoda, truly an amazing sight, and stay overnight at Dalat.

Day 13

DALAT – LAK LAKE ~ 160 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

Before leaving Dalat for Lak Lake we visit after visit Crazy House, which features some unique architecture of Dalat. From there we continue to visit a weasel/ Civet coffee farm and try some world famous coffee. We then head to Elephant waterfall and a silk factory, stopping by a place where they process rice vodka. We ride on to Lak Lake along Highway 27, a winding mountain road and one of the most beautiful roads in the Central Highland. At lunch we try some different dishes of Vietnamese cuisine. From there we ride several kilometers to visit a silk cocoon house and a bamboo bridge and then stop at Nam Ka hydro lake to see a majestic floating village. Our overnight stop is at Lak Lake in Van Long Resort (2 star) or at the long house of M’nong ethnic minority by the lake. After dinner, experience a Special Ethnic Music festival, drink jar-wine in the traditional way and go dancing with M’nong ethnic minority (seasonal).

Day 14

LAK LAKE – DRAYNUR WATERFALL – DAK MIL ~ 140 km (9:00 – 17:00)

Before we depart Lak Lake, we’ll learn about the daily life of M’nong ethnic minority. You may also choose to ride an elephant to explore the area or take a wooden boat trip around the lake to take some great photos of the fishermen. The wooden boat trip and elephant riding are optional and at additional cost. We then travel to Draynur waterfall, the biggest waterfall in Vietnam, where you can swim or dip your body into the Fairy Pool next to the waterfall. Very refreshing after a hot day traveling. Continue riding down rural roads to our overnight stay at Dak Mil.

Day 15

DAK MIL – DONG XOAI ~ 200 KM (8:00 – 17:00)

Leaving Dak Mil at 8:30, we pass through many coffee plantations and have some tropical fruits along the way. Traveling on the famous Vietnam War Ho Chi Minh trail, we see the damage that remains from the conflict. Our drive will take us to the border with Cambodia where the group will stop to learn about the history of the region. We then continue and stop over at a cashew factory to see how they extract and roast the nuts. From there we will visit a Viet Cong war memorial and chat briefly about the history of the war in this area. Stay overnight in Dong Xoai.

Day 16

DONG XOAI – HO CHI MINH CITY ~ 140 KM (8:30 – 17:00)

Leaving Dong Xoai for Ho Chi Minh, we visit the Dream Hills, Thay Thim temple and stop at a rubber tree plantation where they process and extract the rubber sap. After stopping for lunch, we then continue following the last part of Ho Chi Minh trail to enjoy the beautiful scenery before heading towards Ho Chi Minh City. At Cu Chi tunnel we’ll stop to spend a few hours discovering more about Vietnam’s war history. Tour ends at Ho Chi Minh city around 5pm.