14 Days Hanoi to Saigon Motorbike Tour via Ho Chi Minh Trail

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Why you’ll love this trip? •  The Ho Chi Minh Trail is the perfect way to discover Vietnam and all its wonders. Experience the entire length of the country on this fascinating tour, Jungles, war sites, beaches and ancient cities this motorbike tour has it all. • An insight into local culture, diverse food, glorious history, and stunning destinations with beautiful villages, magnificent countryside, amazing passes, and gorgeous caves. 
Day 1: Hanoi – Pu Luong 160km8:00AM our team will come and pick you up to our garage station to take the motorbike we chose the day before and head to the Southwest of Hanoi to take in fresh air through the rice field and rural villages of northern Vietnam countryside. Day 2: Pu Luong – Vinh City 270kmToday we head south on a beautiful winding road, which follows the banks of the Ma River. After some hours riding on the  quiet road along Ho Chi Minh trail.Day 3: Vinh – Huong Khe 160kmAfter a short ride we will arrive birthplace of Ho Chi Minh in the Kim Lien Village, after that you will head to the Ho Chi Minh Highway via the Thanh Chuong District. Reach Huong Khe town at 5:00pm Day 4: Huong Khe – Dong Hoi 210 kmToday we’ll leave for Dong Hoi via Phong Nha – Ke Bang  with a stop to visit Ho Chi Minh Trail monument.Day 5: Dong Hoi – Dong Ha 200kmThe ride is also on the new, quiet highway. Along the way, there will be a short stop at the Truong Son National Cemetery to pay respect to the soldiers who fought and died on the trail during the American War. Then, you will head to the Dong Ha town passing the Ben Tat Bridge to cross the Ben Hai River.Day 6: Dong Ha -A Luoi 200kmMotorbiking a long Truong Son foothill to reach Khe Sanh Base. Head down to A Luoi for the night stay in a small guest house.Day 7: A Luoi – Hoi An 240kmThis day’s riding is the best riding of the whole route.  you will get to see the stunning scenery of primitive forests backed by the imposing Truong Son mountain range. Day 8: Hoi AnEnjoy a free day to explore Hoi An or ride to Da Nang where US Marine landed in 1964.Day 9: Hoi An -Phuoc Son 200kmWe head to My Son in the morning to visit a complex of Hindu temples that were constructed by the Champa kingdom then head to Phuoc SonDay 10: Kham Duc – Kon Tum 190kmOn this day we will visit different minority villages, ride over Lo Xo Pass, making lots of stops along the way to meet De and Trieng minorities, who live along the Dak Po Ko River. Day 11: Kon Tum – Buon Me Thuot 240kmIn the morning we drive south through the Central Highlands, passing Pleiku and then the Ia Drang Valley battlefield, before continuing onto Buon Ma ThuotDay 12: Buon Ma Thuot – Dalat 200kmRiding along Highway 27, one of the most beautiful mountain roads in the Central Highlands, winding its way to Lak Lake then reach DalatDay 13: Da Lat – Mui Ne 230kmTake a visit to Da Lat central market and railway station before departing for picturesque coastal town of Mui Ne. Day 14: Mui Ne – Saigon 230kmOn our last day we will visit Thay Thim temple and more about the Champa history and culture when you visit their old towers. Have lunch half way and reach Saigon at about 5:00pmEnjoy the ride and see the amazing Vietnam!

What’s included

  • Motorbikes
  • All petrol (gasoline), helmet and mechanic come along
  • Rain gear, motorbike jacket and pants, helmet
  • Accommodation: hotel twin share and homestay
  • Waterproof bags
  • Local English – speaking guide
  • All food and drinks included in our trip even alcohol like beers and rice wine
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks
  • Bottled water
  • Coffee and/or Tea
  • Alcoholic Beverages

What’s not included

  • Personal expenses.
  • Personal Travel Insurance
  • Tip and gratitude
  • Passport
  • Sunglasses
  • Good shoes for walking
  • Other personal needs and some cash for souvenirs.

Itinerary

Day 10: Kham Duc – Kon Tum 190km On this day we will visit different minority villages, ride over Lo Xo Pass, making lots of stops along the way to meet De and Trieng minorities, who live along the Dak Po Ko River. 
Day 11: Kon Tum – Buon Me Thuot 240km In the morning we drive south through the Central Highlands, passing Pleiku and then the Ia Drang Valley battlefield, before continuing onto Buon Ma Thuot
Day 12: Buon Ma Thuot – Dalat 200km Riding along Highway 27, one of the most beautiful mountain roads in the Central Highlands, winding its way to Lak Lake then reach Dalat
Day 13: Da Lat – Mui Ne 230km Take a visit to Da Lat central market and railway station before departing for picturesque coastal town of Mui Ne. 
Day 14: Mui Ne – Saigon 230km On our last day we will visit Thay Thim temple and more about the Champa history and culture when you visit their old towers. Have lunch half way and reach Saigon at about 5:00pm Enjoy the ride and see the amazing Vietnam!
Day 1: Hanoi – Pu Luong 160km 8:00AM our team will come and pick you up to our garage station to take the motorbike we chose the day before and head to the Southwest of Hanoi to take in fresh air through the rice field and rural villages of northern Vietnam countryside. 
Day 2: Pu Luong – Vinh City 270km Today we head south on a beautiful winding road, which follows the banks of the Ma River. After some hours riding on the  quiet road along Ho Chi Minh trail.
Day 3: Vinh – Huong Khe 160km After a short ride we will arrive birthplace of Ho Chi Minh in the Kim Lien Village, after that you will head to the Ho Chi Minh Highway via the Thanh Chuong District. Reach Huong Khe town at 5:00pm 
Day 4: Huong Khe – Dong Hoi 210 km Today we’ll leave for Dong Hoi via Phong Nha – Ke Bang  with a stop to visit Ho Chi Minh Trail monument.
Day 5: Dong Hoi – Dong Ha 200km The ride is also on the new, quiet highway. Along the way, there will be a short stop at the Truong Son National Cemetery to pay respect to the soldiers who fought and died on the trail during the American War. Then, you will head to the Dong Ha town passing the Ben Tat Bridge to cross the Ben Hai River.
Day 6: Dong Ha -A Luoi 200km Motorbiking a long Truong Son foothill to reach Khe Sanh Base. Head down to A Luoi for the night stay in a small guest house.
Day 7: A Luoi – Hoi An 240km This day’s riding is the best riding of the whole route.  you will get to see the stunning scenery of primitive forests backed by the imposing Truong Son mountain range. 
Day 8: Hoi An Enjoy a free day to explore Hoi An or ride to Da Nang where US Marine landed in 1964.
Day 9: Hoi An -Phuoc Son 200km We head to My Son in the morning to visit a complex of Hindu temples that were constructed by the Champa kingdom then head to Phuoc Son
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