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Easy Rider Hue to Dalat Motorbike Tour

Hue, Vietnam
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8 days 7 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

15 people




Come join us for this amazing 8-day Easy Rider Hue to Dalat motorbike adventure. We traverse through the Ho Chi Minh Trail, Central Highlands, and stunning coastline.

We take the roads less traveled through the marvelous Truong Son Mountain Ranges, ancient towns and the scene of some of the bloody battles during the Vietnam War. We’ll cruise through lush green forests, winding mountains roads, and isolated ethnic minority villages.

This Easy Rider Hue to Dalat Motorbike Tour has some truly fantastic adventures, whether you ride by yourself, or ride pillion on the back of your licensed and experienced Easy Rider‘s motorbike. Your Easy Rider guide’s passion for this odyssey and knowledge of the region ensure excitement adventure, discovery and memories of our charming Vietnam that will never be forgotten.

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  • Ethnic Minority Villages
  • Hai Van Mountain Pass
  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites 
  • Ho Chi Minh Trail
  • Mountain Waterfalls
  • Old-grown Jungles
  • Local Cuisine
  • Coffee Plantation
  • Silkworm Village & Factory


Day 1: Hue – P'Rao (160 km – 5 hours riding)
Day 1: Hue – P'Rao (160 km – 5 hours riding)

Easy Riders Vietnam team will meet and pick you up at the hotel where you stay in Hue. We then leave Hue City for the countryside, we stop at some small villages to learn how the locals make rice wine or traditional conical hats. Continue to ride to the remote countryside and enjoy the stunning landscape along the winding Ho Chi Minh trail where you are able to experience the different ethnic minorities’ cultures and customs, such as: Ba Co, Ta Oai, Co Tu and witness their natural hospitality. You then might want to dip your body into the natural hot water springs after an exciting day riding. Arrive in P’Rao village around 05:00 pm. Check-in and explore this small village on foot.

Day 2: P’Rao – Hoi An (150 km – 5 hours riding)
Day 2: P’Rao – Hoi An (150 km – 5 hours riding)

Explore the friendly hill tribe Co Tu in Bho Hoong village to learn their unique culture and what they do for a living in the morning. We then wind our way along the historic Ho Chi Minh Trail, through the lush forests and isolated villages. This is what motorbike touring is all about! Travel along quiet roads, enjoying breathtaking sites at every turn with plenty of chances for photos. We will then head to Marble Mountain and explore this spectacular area on foot. Enjoy the spectacular ride along the curvy Hai Van Mountain Pass and take in the marvelous panoramic view of Lang Co Peninsula and the coasts are all around. Tra Que Vegetable Farms are well worth a visit before arriving in Hoi An about 05:00 pm. Check in the hotel and explore this beautiful ancient town on foot

Day 3: Hoi An – Kham Duc ( 150 km – 5 hours riding)
Day 3: Hoi An  – Kham Duc ( 150 km – 5 hours riding)

After breakfast, we start our another exciting day by riding through rural roads, passing the beautiful rice fields and small villages. We stop at the local village and learn how the they make incense, basket making village and rice papers. We'll then head to My Son Holyland where we take our time to explore the ruins of ancient Cham Towers and learn about their unique history and culture. We begin the afternoon winding the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail with spectacular views and stunning old-grown forests. We get to Kham Duc about 05:00 pm, check in and stay overnight.

Day 4: Kham Duc – Kon Tum: (170 km – 6 hours riding)
Day 4: Kham Duc – Kon Tum: (170 km – 6 hours riding)

Rise and shine for day 4 with Easy Riders Vietnam. We say goodbye to our lovely host and resume our motorbike ride along the Ho Chi Minh Trail, through the lush green rainforests and outstanding mountain passes. Taking a refreshing dip in the mountain waterfall to cool your body in the humid weather of Eastern Truong Son Range is remarkable fun. The historic sites including Charlie Hill, Phoenix Airport, Dak To - Tan Canh Battle Fields are well worth to pay a visit to understand more about the Vietnam War and our history. We arrive at the hotel about 05:00 pm, check in and stay overnight

Day 5: Kon Tum – Chu Se (180 km – 6 hours riding)
Day 5: Kon Tum – Chu Se (180 km – 6 hours riding)

After breakfast, we take time to visit and enjoy the interesting architecture of the old Wooden Church which was built by French over a century ago. We'll then come and share our love to the adorable children at Vinh Son Orphanage. We set out from Kon Tum for Kon Ktu village where Bana hill tribe's culture and tradition remaining untouched by time making this isolated and surprisingly beautiful region home to one of the most authentic minorities to remain in Vietnam.

We continue our motorbike ride through the stunningly winding roads along the remote village of the highlands and enjoy the breath-taking tea plantation. We'll then stop to visit the beautiful “Pearl of Pleiku Plateau”, Sea Lake , which used to be a volcanic crater that went extinct a million years ago. You would be surprised by the cool air, the beautiful and peaceful landscape of greenish pine trees and curvy roads, terraced fields on mountains. Ride to Chu Se and check in the resort that’s next to the peacefully beautiful lake. Stay overnight.

Day 6: Chu Se – Cu Jut (230 km – 7 hours riding)
Day 6: Chu Se – Cu Jut  (230 km – 7 hours riding)

Ride along the old Ho Chi Minh Trail, the drive leads us due south through the remote back country. We take a break and visit Ede ethnic minority village where the locals are enthusiastically welcome. We'll head to Dray Sap Waterfall via the scenic winding jungle paths. This is a perfect place for a refreshing dip into the natural “Fairy Pool” after a hot but fascinating day riding motorbike. The traditional Long House in the jungle of the highlanders is the place we stay overnight. Our dinner is full of excitement with BBQs and rice cooked in the bamboo tubes.

Day 7: Cu Jut – Lak (120 km – 3 hours riding)
Day 7: Cu Jut – Lak (120 km – 3 hours riding)

Simply amazing is the only way to describe the day today, riding along the twisty mountain roads, learning how the locals make rice noodles, and processing coffee with their traditional way. We get a great opportunity to trek to the peak of Elephant Rock Mountain where the panoramic view of the region is incredibly fantastic. We have some beautiful shots before our last stretch of today's journey, but the adventures and experiences are not over yet! We ride along the lush green rice fields, rustic villages and enjoy the smiling faces of the locals coming home from their fields. We arrive at our beautiful hotel that faces to the natural lake in the early evening, check in and stay overnight.

Day 8: Lak – Dalat (165 km – 5 hours riding)
Day 8: Lak – Dalat (165 km – 5 hours riding)

Awake to the sounds of the rural village, enjoy breakfast and a cup of coffee as you watch the morning activities of the M'nong Ethic Minorities, heading to the fields or rowing their wooden boats to fish on the lake. We say goodbye to our hosts and jump back on our motorbikes for our trip to Dalat. Our route leads us through the stunning remote countryside and rugged mountain roads. Our break is a visit to K'Ho Ethnic Minority Village to discover their culture and tradition. We wind our way up to Dalat around 05:00 pm after exploring the local villages to learn how they cultivate many goods on their lands, such as flowers, coffee, tea, mushrooms, and vegetables. Take you to the hotel of your choice and finish the 6-day unforgettable Easy Rider Motorbike Tour from Hue to Dalat.


  • Accommodations (7 nights)
  • Experienced English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Motorbike
  • Helmet
  • Gas/Petrol
  • Entrance Fees
  • Waterproof Bags/ Raincoats
  • Food
  • Drinks
  • Personal Expenses
  • Tips


7 - 9 days

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Hue, Vietnam


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