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See solitary sand dunes, the blue ocean, vibrant highlands, minority villages, deep jungles, and high mountain during this motorcycle tour from Nha Trang to Saigon. Climb on your favorite motorcycle and ride through the central highlands of Vietnam: Da Lat, Mui Ne, Hochiminh trail at sea, Long Tan Cross, and Saigon. With over 1000 kilometers of pure motorcycle bliss, you do not want to miss out on the ride of your life.
During this tour, you will be staying at several different accommodations. You will spend your first night at a two-star hotel in Da Lat. On the second night, you will be staying at a farm owned by a Belgian couple. You will spend the third night at a beach resort in Mui Ne.
The hotels are typically two-star and are motorcycle friendly properties. Higher star properties can be requested and may carry a surcharge.
VietnamRider Travel will take you to places that are yet to be discovered by mainstream tourism. You will travel only by small roads and off-roads in quiet countryside, no highways included.
You can explore the rich and stunning culture of various ethnic groups, do home-stay in minority villages, and ride through spectacular mountainous countryside that offers the best riding in southeast Asia.
The tours are suited for experienced riders, both men and women, of all ages. Non-riders have the chance to join in on the fun riding as pillions with the guides, or in the support van.
The private fleet includes over 500 of the latest models of Japanese motorcycles, such as Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki 125cc - 250cc - 400cc - 1800cc with multi types, like cruisers, touring, and dirt-bikes. For the beginners to learn to ride, they offer the 125cc road-bikes or dirt-bikes. For the experienced riders, they offer the 150cc, 250cc road-bikes.
VietnamRider Travel recommends a minimum of one-year experience on any motorcycle road and road conditions. Requirements include a valid unrestricted motorcycle license from your country and access to a major cash payment.
The tour starts with pick up and departure from your hotel. You will travel on small roads to the countryside of Nha Trang and visit the Cham temple, the old Japanese bridge, the sleeping mats making, the rice papers making, the rice noodles making, the conical hats making, the rice fields, the Gia-rai ethnic minority village, and the Linh Phuoc temple with the Buddha statue made by thousands of flowers.
The statue has been recognized by the Guinness records book in 2010. You will enjoy the ride on the Omega Pass, one of the most beautiful roads in Vietnam, at 1500 meters altitude, with many waterfalls and sightseeing stops. Overnight stay will be at a two-star hotel in Da Lat.
Continue to explore Da Lat countryside, visiting coffee plantations, the weasel coffee farm, the silk weaving factory, the mushroom farms, the Pongour (the second biggest waterfall in south Vietnam), and the Kho minority village. You can also test your riding skills on an approximately 50-kilometer off-road trail.
You will do a homestay at a farm owned by a Belgian couple. Overnight stay will be in private bungalows, next to a waterfall, with a flower garden and pool. You can book the family to cook dinner and make a barbecue party, so you can enjoy a cold beer and relax next to a campfire in the evening.
You will have the chance to travel on this adventure road with beautiful landscape, through high mountains, deep jungles, and minority villages, some off-road. From the highland, you will run down the beach with white sand dunes, through the cashew-nut farms, dragon fruit farms, fishing villages, and arrive at the blue ocean in Mui Ne. Overnight stay will be at a resort with swimming pool on the beach.
Most people would ride from Mui Ne to Saigon on the highway, which is full of traffic and boring. Your own road will be the hidden Hochiminh Trail at sea, the second part of the historic Hochiminh trail along the mountain between Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia.
Along the way, you will also visit the famous Long Tan Cross, which is the old battlefield of the Australian army in south Vietnam. Overnight stay will be at a hotel in a small local town, none touristy. It used to be the town where all Australian soldiers would spend their weekends in the 1960's.
After visiting the salt fields in the morning, you will travel to the west, through rubber plantations, and visit the heroic Rung Sac tunnel. You will take a boat trip to cross a part of Mekong Delta to enter Saigon.
On the first day, you will visit the Cham temple, the old Japanese bridge, the sleeping mats making, the rice papers making, the rice noodles making, the conical hats making, the rice fields, the Gia-rai ethnic minority village, and the Linh Phuoc temple.
On the second day, you will get to see coffee plantations, the weasel coffee farm, the silk weaving factory, the mushroom farms, the Pongour, and Kho village.
On the fourth day, you'll visit the famous Long Tan Cross. On the last day, you'll pass by the salt fields and the heroic Rung Sac tunnel.
This motorcycle tour will take place in south Vietnam. The tour will start in Nha Trang and end in Saigon. You will travel through Da Lat, Mui Ne, Hochiminh, and Long Tan Cross.
Please book your flight to arrive at Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN).
If you arrive by taxi, VietnamRider Travel will reimburse up to 10 USD, as long as you save the receipt. VietnamRider Travel will provide hotel pick up and drop off service, as long as the hotel is within a five-kilometer radius from the tour location.