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Easy Rider Nha Trang to Hoi An Motorbike Tour

Created with Sketch. Nha Trang, Vietnam
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Duration

7 days 6 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

15 people

Languages

English

Overview

This 7-day Easy Rider Nha Trang to Hoi An Motorbike Adventure takes you through some of the most fabulous landscapes that Vietnam has to offer. We wind our way up to the highest mountain town in the South of Vietnam, to the heart of the Central Highlands and the Truong Son Mountain Ranges along the frontier of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.

This journey combines rustic villages, mountain roads, ethnic minority settlements, and some of the most beautiful scenery of our country.

This Easy Rider Nha Trang to Hoi An Tour showcases a paramount motorbike adventure along with a slice of Vietnamese history that will make your ride unforgettable.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • "The Lady of the City" Towers
  • Winding Mountain Roads
  • Coffee Plantation
  • Silkworm Village
  • Waterfalls
  • Ethnic Minority Villages
  • Local Cuisine
  • Ho Chi Minh Trail
  • Old-grown Rainforest

Itinerary

Day 1: Nha Trang - Dalat: (150 km – 5 hours riding)
Day 1: Nha Trang - Dalat: (150 km – 5 hours riding)

After meeting your tour guide, we head out of Nha Trang and take time to visit Cham Towers (The Lady of The City Towers) to learn about this ethnic minority's colorful cultures. Our route takes us towards the west where you enjoy the winding mountain roads, stunning landscape, and lush green forests. We take a break and relish the natural hospitality of the local K'ho ethnic minority family, explore what they do for a living in this mountainous region. We continue our beautiful ride along the winding mountain roads until we get to Dalat. Check-in the hotel and explore this lovely city on foot

Day 2: Dalat – Lak (165 km – 5 hours riding )
Day 2: Dalat – Lak (165 km – 5 hours riding )

After breakfast, we continue our exciting trip by visiting the highlights of the city including the Crazy House, Flower Market, Dalat Former Railway Station, and many more. Next, it’s off to the countryside on the way to the Central Highlands. Enjoy the ride while you take in all the fabulous scenery. Take a break at a beautiful restaurant on the mountain pass and taste some delicious traditional Vietnamese cuisine.

Visit the Agent Orange area to learn about the history of this part of Vietnam during the war. Take some time to trek through the jungle to relax and enjoy the breathtaking nature of the Central Highlands. Visit the chopstick factory to learn how the locals make chopsticks from bamboo. Ride through the vast rice fields and observe the rice agriculture of the M'nong ethnic minority people of the Central Highlands.

After arriving in Lak Lake, you have your choice of a home stay in the traditional Long House with the local people or a lovely hotel that faces the beautiful natural lake.

Day 3: Lak – Cu Jut (130 km – 4 hours riding)
Day 3: Lak – Cu Jut (130 km – 4 hours riding)

Take a walk through the Jun Village to experience the M’nong hill tribe’s traditional culture and their daily life. You might want to ride an elephant or boat to explore the other side of stunning Lak Lake where you could have some great shots of the sunrise on the lake or fishermen. Get back on the motorbike and ride through the small charming villages. We then trek to the peak of the Elephant Rock Mountain and enjoy the feeling of being in nature, a fascinating panoramic view of the whole village. Stop at the brick factory and learn how the locals produce bricks in their old traditional way.

Head to Dray Sap waterfall via the scenic winding jungle paths, we witness the massive waterfall of the highlands. The natural “Fairy Pool” nearby is well-worth for swimming after an awesome day riding a 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 4: Cu Jut – Chu Se (180 km – 7 hours riding)
Day 4: Cu Jut – Chu Se (180 km – 7 hours riding)

The Ho Chi Minh trail was a logistical system that ran from North to South Vietnam that provided support, in the form of manpower and material to the North Vietnamese Army during the war… And we ride on this stunning trail today to learn about the history, the locals have struggled during Vietnam War before 1975 and the peaceful life after 4 decades of independence. We take some time to stop at some small villages in the remote countryside to experience how the daily life of the farmers making rice papers, noodles for a living.

We arrive in Chu Se, a small town on the Ho Chi Minh trail, about 5 pm. Check-in and stay overnight.

Day 5: Chu Se – Kon Tum (150km – 6 hours riding)
Day 5: Chu Se – Kon Tum (150km – 6 hours riding)

We ride to Pleiku and 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 winding roads, terraced fields on mountains.
Continue to travel to Kon Tum where you visit Kon Tum Prison, Wooden Church, and spend some time playing with the adorable kids at Vinh Son Orphanage. Ride to the Kon K’tu village where you open the knowledge about the Ede hill tribe’s culture, custom, and their unique traditional Rong House. Get back to town about 5 pm and stay overnight.

Day 6: Kon Tum – Kham Duc (160 km – 6 hours riding)
Day 6: Kon Tum – Kham Duc (160 km – 6 hours riding)

Riding the Ho Chi Minh Trail is an incredible experience, cruise along and let the amazing scenery take you away. Stop off for a break and get to learn more about the different cultures of the ethnic minority groups such as Ch’ru, Bana, Ede who live in the East of Truong Son Mountain ranges. The well-known Phoenix Airport and Charlie Hill are interesting areas for a couple of stops to learn how the locals struggled throughout the war. Get to Kham Duc, a small mountain town on the Ho Chi Minh trail, and stay overnight.

Day 7: Kham Duc – Hoi An (140 km – 5 hours riding)
Day 7: Kham Duc – Hoi An (140 km – 5 hours riding)

Explore the colorful local market of the mountain town of Kham Duc in the early morning to learn how the locals trade their goods is delightful. Get back on the motorbike and continue to ride along the marvelous Ho Chi Minh Trail. Next is off for the ferry to cross Thu Bon River for My Son Holy Land, a unique beautiful sanctuary world of the ancient Cham religion and architecture. Arrive in ancient Hoi An town, at the hotel of your choice around 4 pm and finish our tour.

Included/Excluded

  • Accommodations (6 nights)
  • Experienced English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • Waterproof Bags
  • Raincoats (if needed)
  • Riding Gears
  • Food
  • Drinks
  • Insurance
  • Personal Expenses
  • Tips

Durations

5 - 7 days

Languages

English

Tour's Location

Created with Sketch. Nha Trang, Vietnam

FAQs

Where do the tours start in Nha Trang?
Our Easy Riders Tours are really flexible, we can start and finish the trip anywhere you require, such as a hotel, bus station, railway station, airport, or even at a cafe! ;). For the self-ride tours, we need to start from a place where the motorcycles are or where we can take down our motorcycles from the truck.
What are the rules of the road?
We drive on the right-hand side as in the United State of America or Canada. All speed limits are in km/h, 30-50 for towns, 50 for suburbs, and 70 for major (A) roads and dual carriageways. The way we travel is to get off the bustles of the cities and ride to the countryside or rugged mountains so there are often kids, dogs, buffaloes, chickens, etc., kicking around in the country roads...

Therefore, if you ride by yourself and if you see the tour guide using the brake, there’s a good reason, and you should use it, too! Many Vietnamese ignore the typical unwritten rules of road positioning and merging you are used to in the West. So rule number 1 is "follow your tour guide" and rule number 2 is "follow rule number 1"! ;)
What should I bring when I go on a tour?
Clothing, swimming suits, toilet bag, sturdy shoes, your passport, money, sunscreen, and something for the mosquitoes. We recommend you to wear long pants/trousers and shoes (not thongs). Drinking water bottles can be purchased en route.

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Experience the real Vietnam by Motorbike!

Natascha Das

20/02/2021

Best way to explore Vietnam: Easy Rider Tour Nha Trang to Hoi An

Me and my friend decided spontaneously to do the 6 day Easy Rider Tour from Nha Trang to Hoi An. It was the best thing we have done ever. Toan and Sang were driving very safely and were super helpful, careful and surprised us every day. We felt like going on an amazing motorcycle road trip with friends. We had amazing local food, best views and met great local people on the way. We will come back for another tour with these guys. We definitely recommend Easy Riders Vietnam to anyone who travel in Vietnam as this is the best way to explore the hidden beauty, diverse cultures and the friendly locals.
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