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Easy Rider Dalat to Ho Chi Minh Motorbike Tour

Dalat, Vietnam


4 days 3 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

15 people


English, Francais


Easy Rider Dalat to Ho Chi Minh Motorbike Tour explores the hidden treasures of Central South Vietnam on a remarkable 4-day adventure.

From the picturesque landscapes of Dalat, known as the “Eternal Spring,” to the tranquil reaches of the Central Highlands, this motorbike journey takes you off the beaten path. Immerse yourself in the authentic charm of remote villages and the diverse local cultures, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Our expert tour guides, licensed and passionate about their craft, ensure your comfort, enjoyment, and safety throughout the excursion. This motorbike tour promises not only a thrilling exploration of the country’s backroads but also an intimate encounter with the genuine way of life in this captivating region.

As you weave through scenic byways and isolated regions, you’ll discover the heart and soul of Vietnam. Join us for an experience that combines the thrill of adventure with the warmth of local hospitality.

Book your Easy Rider Dalat to Ho Chi Minh Motorbike Tour online now and make your journey through Central South Vietnam an unforgettable chapter in your travel story.

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  • Dalat's must-see sights
  • Flower Farms
  • Twisty Mountain Roads
  • Waterfalls
  • Local Cuisine
  • Coffee Plantation
  • Silkworm Village and Factory
  • Ethnic Minority Villages
  • Old-Grown Forest
  • White Sanddunes
  • Fishing Village
  • Stunning Coastal Roads
  • The Oldest Lighthouse in South East Asia
  • Minh Dam Army Base


Day 1: Dalat - Bao Loc (140 km - 4 hours riding)
Day 1: Dalat - Bao Loc (140 km - 4 hours riding)

Your Easy Rider will meet and greet you at the hotel where you stay in Dalat around 08:30 am. You put on the protection gears while the guides strapping your luggage on the back of the motorcycle. We start our exciting motorbike tour by visiting the highlights of Dalat and its countryside, including Crazy House, Dragon Pagoda, Former Railway Station, Elephant Waterfall, and Pongour Waterfall. After lunch, we then head to Di Linh Plateau, through scenic curvy roads, where we stop at the local villages to learn how they cultivate many goods on their lands, such as flowers, coffee, tea, mushrooms, and vegetables. We arrive in Bao Loc at about 05:00 pm, check-in, and stay overnight.

Day 2: Bao Loc - Mui Ne (150 km - 5 hours riding)
Day 2: Bao Loc - Mui Ne (150 km - 5 hours riding)

After having breakfast at our lovely hotel, we leave Bao Loc in the early morning as we are able to spend more time in the countryside enjoying the ride through the remote villages and fascinating landscape of the vast tea plantations.  We get back on our motorbike and ride to Da Mi Hydro Electricity where you'll enjoy the magnificent view from the summit of the mountain. We take a visit to the local village where you learn how they process cashew nuts in their traditional way, and then to K’ho ethnic minority village to experience the rural life of the highlanders. We continue our afternoon ride to Ta Zon and then onto the great wide open roads where you feel nature, freedom, and adventure. Our day concludes at the quiet hotel on the seaside of Mui Ne after taking in the sights: White Sand Dunes, Fairy Springs, and Fishing Village.

Day 3: Mui Ne - Long Hai (175 km - 5 hours riding)
Day 3: Mui Ne - Long Hai (175 km - 5 hours riding)

We visit the colorful fishing market in the morning and then stop by the Champa Towers to learn about the Cham people and their unique culture. We continue traveling to the countryside of Binh Thuan where you may be able to experience how the locals plant dragon fruits and you might even want to try it for yourself. We resume back on our motorbike and enjoy the stunning ride through the beautiful coastline to Ke Ga. We will then take a walk along this scenic landscape to have some great photo opportunities and visit the oldest lighthouse of South East Asia. We will arrive in Long Hai Beach after visiting the Minh Dam Army Base to learn more about Vietnam history and the Civil War. Check-in at a hotel on the seaside and stay overnight.

We can take a walk along this beautiful quiet beach at night and try some of the best BBQ seafood on the seaside.

Day 4: Long Hai - Saigon (180 km - 6 hours riding)
Day 4: Long Hai - Saigon (180 km - 6 hours riding)

Rise and shine, it’s time to set off on the final day of our Easy Rider Da Lat to Saigon Tour. We resume our bike ride to Long Hai Port where you'll experience the locals collecting fish or trading seafood. Get back on the bike, get the wind in your hair and enjoy the amazing ride along this twisty coastline to Ho Coc beach and Binh Chau Hot Water Springs. We take a break at the vast green rubber plantations and experience how the locals collecting latex from rubber trees. We'll then take a ferry to cross the Saigon River, arriving at the hotel of your choice at about 04:00 pm, ending your motorbike tour with Easy Riders Vietnam.

Looking for an Easy Rider Tour that covers the fascinating Central Highlands and Ho Chi Minh Trail? Take a look at this amazing 6-Day Easy Rider Dalat to Ho Chi Minh Tour.


  • Accommodation (3 nights)
  • English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Motorcycle
  • Helmet
  • Gas/Petrol
  • Entrance Fees
  • Waterproof Bags/ Raincoats
  • Food
  • Drinks
  • Personal Expenses
  • Tips


3 - 5 days

Tour's Location

Dalat, Vietnam


Based on 4 reviews
Very Good
Experience the real Vietnam by Motorbike!

Joern van Boer


Amazing easyrider trip from Da Lat to Saigon

We did a 4d/3n easy rider tour to Saigon very spontaneously after walking into their office in Da Lat. Tran was extremely helpful and honest so we immediately felt in good hands. He explained the tour and the booking process was super easy. The day after we booked we were picked up by our guides/drivers Kha & Quoc (Peter). Instantly we knew this will be fun. Both are friendly, helpful, knowledgeable and speak perfect English. To our surprise they asked us if we would prefer the coastal tour (that we booked) or the central highland tour (which we actually preferred). We picked the highland tour and this was the perfect choice. The scenery was stunning and we had the chance to get a brief glimpse into the life of local Vietnamese living in the less travelled hinterland. During our 4 days we had many stops at farms, factories and scenic locations. We learned a LOT. Silk making, cashew farms, gumtrees, a secluded waterfall and the Vietnamese civil war are just a few topics/stopps that were part of the trip. To those who might think that doesn’t sound like a blast: you are wrong! It was fantastic and we really learned thing we didn’t expect at all. But what made the trip unforgettable were Kha & Quoc. Both were the best guides we could ever imagine. Honest, fun, open and especially open to talk about Vietnam and its past, present and future. We were extremely happy to get the chance to get to know them both. If you are in doubt to do a tour with them or doubt to spend the money, stop thinking and simply do it. It was worth every minute and Dong spent. An unforgettable experience and trip we surely do again on our next trip to Vietnam.
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Experience the real Vietnam by Motorbike!

Sara Skovgaard Bay


Genial måde at se landet på

Vi var på en 4 dages tur fra Dalat til Saigon. Det var en virkelig fed måde at se landet på! De søde lokale drivers var gode til engelsk og gode til at forklare om de ting vi så. De bestilte mad til os på restauranterne så vi fik indblik i hvordan vietnamesernes spisevaner er. Stor anbefaling herfra!
Experience the real Vietnam by Motorbike!



Easy Riders: amazing way to visit Vietnam

If I had to sum up my experience with Easy Riders in one word, I'd have to just type "wow". I cannot stress enough how amazing our trip was, and it's all down to the five wonderful men who showed us their beautiful country and people. We had booked a four-day trip from Da Lat to Ho Chi Minh city, recommended by a workmate of mine. However, we added on two more days and also visited the Mekong Delta region, because we really just fell in love with the experience and didn't want it to end. I don't know how to do it justice in this review; I could type for hours! These guys, they're just the best. Funny, charming, kind, caring, intelligent, wise, helpful, generous, I can't list enough positive adjectives to describe Toan, Hung, Nguyen (Ti), Vuong (Ace) and Cuong. Such amazing men. They really made our trip. The places you will see, the people you'll meet and the wealth of knowledge you'll learn while in the company of Easy Riders is second to none. It is *the* way to visit Vietnam. The guys looked after us so well from the moment they collected us, to the minute they dropped us off for the last time. My friends and I were really quite emotional saying goodbye. I admit: we were all crying! A lot! The guys just made us feel so special; we really didn't want to say goodbye. Toan was leading the trip; he's such a wise, thoughtful man, with a great sense of kindness and humour. He and his team really know their stuff. They taught us so much. They translated for us, ordered food, helped us sort out a laundry issue (we won't ever forget Hung helping us hang out our washing, haha!) and took us to see real Vietnam, not just what you read in guide books. Toan's bbq cooking was fantastic! After swimming in the fairy pool at Draysap Waterfall, it was the perfect meal. Personal touches like that (we shopped with him at the market) are what make the Easy Riders experience so brilliant and moving. My friends and I will never forget the whole experience, and I plan to do it again in a few years; there's just so much to see, and I feel like I have made Vietnamese friends in our guides. I really hope to see them all again; they are just wonderful. Do a trip with Easy Riders: you will be so happy you did it. You'll meet these gorgeous people and have the time of your life. I cannot recommend it enough. Vietnam, your Easy Riders stole our hearts! As for what we visited, we spent four days in the Central Highlands, but we had the option to go to the coast for two if we had wanted. The guys are very easy-going and will help you tailor your trip to suit you. We decided that we'd stick with the Highlands, and we saw so much, from Buddhist temples, farms, rubber trees, to cashew nut, silk and noodle factories; experience after experience, all organised by Toan and the guys. We felt so safe and relaxed in their company, including on the crazy roads packed full of loud trucks and motorbike traffic we Dubs weren't used to. We also did the Cu Chi Tunnels, a night in a jungle homestay in the Mekong Delta, including sailing up the jungle rivers, and the floating markets in Can Tho, before riding to Ho Chi Minh city, where we visited the war museum before our emotional goodbye. Those are just some of the many wonderful places we went to, not to mention a crazy karaoke night! I just loved every minute of those six days. I can't imagine Vietnam without these guys. It was the trip of a lifetime and I hope everyone visiting Vietnam gets to explore it like we did with Easy Riders. Miss them already!
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Experience the real Vietnam by Motorbike!

Martina Mel


Fantastic way to experience the real Vietnam

We took a 4 day trip through the Central Highlands with Easy Riders, riding for 4 days from Da Lat to Saigon, and LOVED every minute. We rode our own bike (husband riding, me as pillion) while Hung, our fantastic Easy Riders guide, led the way and transported our backpacks on his bike. Our bike was in great condition so we could relax and enjoy the ride, and what a ride! We passed through stunning scenery and Hung took us to all kinds of interesting places along the way. He introduced us to so many wonderful people who were invariably warm and welcoming, and we had so many laughs. We tried our hand at coffee bean harvesting, incense stick making and cashew nut shelling. We stopped for all kinds of different street food, some of the best we tasted during our whole time in Vietnam. Accommodation each night was in local guest houses, basic but always clean and comfortable. Hung took great care to ensure that we got the most out of our experience and we chatted with him for hours, learning so much about Vietnam, its history and the region in which we were travelling. He was such good fun, we felt sad to say goodbye and would have loved to keep going for a few more days. If you want to get off the beaten track, meet local people and explore the real Vietnam, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend an adventure with the Easy Riders. Thanks so much guys, it was Ace! Xxx
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