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If you are an adventurous rider who likes to explore another side of Vietnam, this tour will suit you! Join Hoi An Motorbike Adventures on their first run to the south. You will dip your toes into the mountains and coast to the south of Hoi An and North Central Vietnam. You will also take in the stunning scenery across the mountains and ride your bike on a beach. Book now and experience the other sides of Vietnam!
During the tour, you will stay at a 3-star bungalow and several 3-star hotels in twin shared room. Single accommodation is available upon request and you will be charged due to the single supplement.
Your intrepid adventure will begin with a rustic ride into the heart of an ethnic minority country. With the wind in your hair, you will zip through the Hoi An countryside, making your way up into the hills towards the Laos border. You will take a break to visit one of the few remaining Co Tu woodcarvers and enjoy lunch before continuing your journey deep into the mountains.
You will arrive at Bho Hoong, a traditional Co Tu village where you will stay for the night. The evening is highlighted by a superb dinner of Co Tu traditional dishes, a traditional performance, and a chance to interact with the villagers. Afterward, retreat to your stilted Co Tu bungalow where the serene setting and clear mountain air will lull you to sleep.
You will ride on the Ho Chi Minh Highway all day and explore other ethnic minority villages before hitting the road bound for the infamous town of Kham Duc. Kham Duc is surrounded by mountains and the riding will be amazing.
You will ride along the highest stepped rice paddies outside of Sapa and reach as high as 2,000 meters above sea level. The view at the top of this pass is incredible. If you like switchbacks, today is the day for you. Kon Tum is a highland ethnic minority town with a vibrant market and it is rich with character, colonial buildings, lively nightlife, and fantastic foods. After a local dinner, you can enjoy the people watch sitting on the promenade alongside the Dak Bla river.
Today, you will ride along the coast. You will take in the stunning scenery across the mountains before arriving in the coastal town of Tuy Hoa, the capital of Phu Yen Province. You will cover some remote sections not traveled by many tourists, so it could be full of surprises.
You will head 40-kilometers north to Ganh Da Dia to see a "Giants Causeway” of Vietnam. It is unique and rare basalt formations similar to those found in Northern Ireland. The formations are rarely visited by tourists and will be a highlight of your ride up the coast today. Tonight, you will continue your journey for about 80 kilometers south of Quang Ngai.
Today, you will spend most of the day on the coast on your way back to Hoi An. Your trip back to Hoi An will be a full coast run. You will start the day visiting the site of the infamous My Lai Massacre. To do this means putting the bikes on ferries, passing through fishing villages, and if the tide is right, why not go for a ride on the beach? Upon arrival in Hoi An, you will enjoy a celebratory beer or 2 and savor the moment that you were “the first” rider of Hoi An Motorbike Adventures southern tour. No doubt, there will be some stories to tell.
Note: If you want an adventure to see sights in Vietnam yet you don’t know how to ride a motorbike, you can choose to join this tour with your friend or partner, or you can jump on the back with one of Hoi An Motorbike Adventures’ highly trusted and very experienced local riders.
Bho Hoong village is a home of the Cu To minority. It has changed a little in the past hundred years and it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Central Vietnam.
Kham Duc is an infamous town surrounded by mountains. Here, you can see the scene of a significant battle between the United States and the North Vietnam during the war. These days, it is used by the local people to dry their cassava.
Kon Tum is a highland ethnic minority town with a vibrant market and it is rich with character, colonial buildings, lively night life, and fantastic food.
Tuy Hoa is a coastal town and the capital city of Phu Yen. There are some remote sections you will explore in this town.
Other places that you will visit during this tour are Ganh Da Dia beach, Quang Ngoi, My Lai Massacre spot, and Hoi An.
Vietnamese cuisine is famous throughout the world. You will taste Co Tu traditional dishes and other fantastic Vietnamese foods. In total, you will be served 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches, and 5 dinners on the whole tour.