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Easy Rider Saigon to Nha Trang Motorbike Tour

Created with Sketch. Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam
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Duration

7 days 6 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

15 people

Languages

English, Francais

Overview

The Easy Rider Saigon(Ho Chi Minh) to Nha Trang Motorbike Tour offers a perfect combination of stunning coastal roads, spectacular scenery and extraordinary Cultural Heritage as well as unique local cuisines. This amazing 7 day Motorbike Tour was designed to meet the expectations of any adventure traveler looking for a truly fulfilling and balanced experience, because we take the roads less traveled through the hidden charms, unspoiled nature and mystery of the Central Highlands.

Each day of the tour showcases a marvelous mixture of stunning nature and rich cultures for you to discover!

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Stunning Coastline Roads
  • Oldest Lighthouse
  • Fishing Village
  • White Sanddunes
  • Twisty Mountain Roads
  • Waterfalls
  • Coffee Plantation
  • Silkworm Village and Factory
  • Ethnic Minority Villages
  • The Legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail
  • Local Cuisine
  • Old-Grown Rain Forests

Itinerary

Day 1: Saigon to Long Hai (140 km - 6 hours riding)
Day 1: Saigon to Long Hai (140 km - 6 hours riding)

Ride out of the busy Saigon for the countryside, take the ferry across the scenic Saigon River. We continue to ride on the beautiful winding roads alongside the rubber plantations and stop to learn how the locals take latex from the rubber trees. We will then visit Minh Dam Army Base to witness the harsh conditions of the battle between the Americans and Vietnamese during the war before 1975. The Thuong Chieu Monastery Pagoda, a beautifully crafted religious structure, is not to be missed. Take some time to relax as you dip your body in the hot water springs of Binh Chau. Open your mind and enlighten yourself about the wonders of Buddhism with a visit to the historic vestige Dinh Mountain . Ride to the peaceful beach of Long Hai and stay overnight.

Day 2: Long Hai Beach – Mui Ne (150 km – 4 hours riding)
Day 2: Long Hai Beach – Mui Ne (150 km – 4 hours riding)

After breakfast, we resume our motorbike ride along the stunning coastline. We take a break and take in the sight of Ke Ga Lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse in South East Asia, to have some great shots of this magnificent landscape. On our way riding to Mui Ne, we will stop at Van Thuy Tu Temple to experience the special culture of the local fishermen worshiping the skeleton of an enormous whale. And the ancient Champa Towers are well-worth a visit to learn about the Cham hill tribe and culture. You might want to cool off in the ocean of Mui Ne Beach after a hot day riding. We will enjoy a pleasant night in Mui Ne

Day 3: Mui Ne – Di Linh (160 km – 5 hours riding)
Day 3: Mui Ne – Di Linh (160 km – 5 hours riding)

After a visit to the fascinating Fairy Springs, we skirt along the winding coastal roads of Mui Ne. We stop to check out some of the highlights of the area, including: Fishing Village and White Sand Dunes. Get back on the motorbike and ride through the dragon fruit farms, you might want to get some of these fresh fruits and try them for yourself. We continue to ride to the picturesque curvy mountain roads, into the remote Central Highlands where you'll witness K'ho ethnic minority hill tribes to learn and experience their rich and unique culture, their wild lifestyle and natural hospitality. Our final strech of the day encounters the amazing isolated villages and green forests. Arrive in Bao Loc about 5 pm. Check in and stay overnight.

Day 4: Di Linh – Dalat (140 km – 5 hours riding)
Day 4: Di Linh – Dalat (140 km – 5 hours riding)

Setting out from Di Linh early, we twist and turn our way into the mountain town, Da Lat. We take time to explore the rural life of local farmers who cultivate their goods on the lands, such as: tea, mushroom, flowers, and coffee. Our visit also includes the 2 magnificent waterfalls that Langbian Plateau has to offer: Pongour and Elephant. We begin our afternoon, winding the stunning mountain roads and you have a great opportunity to take photos of some of the most spectacular views in the Central Highlands, Vietnam. Arrive in the so-called "Eternal Spring City", Dalat around 5 pm. Enjoy a refreshing escape from the heat in this cool mountain climate. Many aspects of the culture and architecture in Dalat were strongly influenced by the French. Take some time to explore and enjoy this gorgeous city, full of exceptionally friendly people and have a great night in Dalat

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

We continue our exciting motorbike tour by visiting the highlights of the city including the Crazy House, Flower Market, Dalat Former Railway Station, Meditation Monastery Pagoda 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.

Our afternoon is not less interesting as we wind our way through the old-grown mountains and meandering passes. We have some time to trek through the lush green rainforests to relax and enjoy the breath-taking nature of the Central Highlands. Ride through the vast green rice fields and observe the rice agriculture of the M'nong ethnic minority people as well as enjoy their smiling faces coming home from their fields.

We arrive at our beautiful hotel that faces to Lak Lake in the early evening, check in and stay overnight.

Day 6: Lak – Cu Jut (130 km – 4 hours riding)
Day 6: 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. Resume back on our motorbike and ride through the small charming isolated villages. We then trek to the peak of the Elephant Rock Mountain and enjoy the breath-taking panoramic view of whole village. A visit to the brick factory and learn how the locals produce bricks with their old traditional way is really enjoyable.

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 motorbike. The traditional Long House in the jungle of the highlanders is the place we stay overnight. Our dinner is full of excitements with BBQs and rice cooked in the bamboo tubes.

Day 7: Cu Jut - Nha Trang (210 km - 7 hours riding)
Day 7: Cu Jut - Nha Trang (210 km - 7 hours riding)

Get on your motorbike - it's time for setting off on our final day of Easy Riders Vietnam Tour. Today's journey leads us to the coast, we visit rubber plantations, cacao farms and experience the locals making rice papers for a living. The downward descent is not less interesting in the afternoon as we traverse through the fascinating winding Phoenix Pass, we could stop off at the natural hot water springs, then visit the local K'ho ethnic minority village to learn more about their daily life and enjoy their hospitable nature! Afterwards, we follow the coastline to Nha Trang, riding through little villages, chat with fishermen and have some great photos of fishing port. We head to the end of our journey in Nha Trang, arrive at the hotel of your choice before sunset and finish our motorbike adventure

Included/Excluded

  • Accommodation (6 nights)
  • English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Motorcycle
  • Helmet
  • Gas/Petrol
  • Entrance Fees
  • Waterproof Bags/ Raincoats
  • Food
  • Drinks
  • Personal Expenses
  • Tips

Tour's Location

Created with Sketch. Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam

FAQs

How many hours do we ride per day?
We ride about 4 hours per day. We have time to experience what the locals doing for a living, learn about their unique cultures, relax and enjoy the best of Vietnam has to offer.
Do I need a motorbike licence to ride by myself?
This only applies to self-riders. If you are sitting on the back with a driver – there’s nothing to worry about.

We require all self-riders to have a motorbike license from their own country with solid riding experience. In addition you also need to have a International Drivers Permit, with A class.

We test all our riders before the tour and our tour leader will make the final decision whether to let you ride or not as it is their job to get you home safely.

We take no responsibility for your legal or insurance position riding here in Vietnam so please make your own inquiries.
What are the minimum and maximum sizes for a group?
All our tours are open for others to join in, unless you have booked a private tour.

The minimum size for us to be able to organize a tour is person. We generally like to keep the groups to about 6 motorbikes or about 10 people. This is a comfortable number of men and machines for a tour leader to handle and to ensure each person gets the attention they deserve. Safety is our main concern and as you can imagine bikes can start to get strung out over quite a large distance if there are too many, reducing the tour leader’s ability to keep everyone in his or her field of vision.

Easy Riders Vietnam can/has and will gladly organize tours for larger groups if necessary. If the group size starts to become too large we will either include a second tour leader or third who will float around the pack to help look after peoples’ safety and to answer any questions they may have.
Do you need a deposit?
We ask for a deposit of 25% -30% of the tour costs in order to confirm your booking(s). We will provide you with the necessary bank account details to transfer this deposit once a ride has been agreed upon.

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Travel Vietnam the real way by Motorbike!

Jack Jill

14/09/2020

Best part of my holiday in Vietnam

I did a 7 day motorbike tour, from Saigon to Nha Trang and I can honestly say it was the best part of my trip to Vietnam. I wanted to do 7 days so I wouldn’t feel rushed and I’m glad because there was so much to do, see and eat! My rider/guides name was Ace, he was a competent and safe rider, a knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide and an all round top bloke! I’d been sent an itinerary at the start if the trip but we chatted a bit at breakfast and he’d suggest a couple of options for each day so it felt really personalized, then we would spend as long or as little time at each stop off as I liked. Ace recommend spending more time traveling through the central highlands and im glad he did, it was breathtaking. I’d already spent a week in Vietnam with my girlfriend, figuring out stuff for ourselves – which was OK, but riding with Ace meant I had access to all the real local Vietnamese restaurants, previously too hidden (or too intimidating) to order from. His knowledge meant we always ate the freshest local specialties. The food was amazing. The highlight though was meeting up with a bunch of other riders who all happened to be staying at the same lodge, Ace invited me to hang out with them, drinking beer and playing card games, it was a great night. All in all it was well worth the price and I’d most definitely recommend to anyone wanting a bit more from their trip to Vietnam. Definitely the best part if my trip and I was sad to leave my bro Ace at the end of it. Jack
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Travel Vietnam the real way by Motorbike!

Customer

14/09/2020

Super Trip!! From Saigon to Nha Trang

We made a very nice motorcycle trip with Bruno and Sunny, two very sympathy and careful drivers. We learned so much about Vietnam, the culture, the fruit and especially the local food. They show us what is good and how to eat it, many things we didn't taste without them. We heard a lot of the daily lives of the locals, the difference between die south and the north and much history from Vietnam. They show us many interesting places we never had found without them. It was a wonderful tour and an experience of our life. Thank you for safety driving all the time and we had a lot of fun with you. You are the best ambassadors for your country and the company "Easy Raiders" Stay safe Rainer and Iris
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Travel Vietnam the real way by Motorbike!

Emil Van Sauer

07/09/2020
100% easy riding with our Easy Riders Vietnam's riders Ace and Kun! Guys were super helpful and informative throughout the whole trip. Riding felt safe despite from time to time chaotic traffic. Good way to explore Vietnam's countryside and off the beaten track sights. Excellent food recommendations! Hotels were okay. Prepare for lots of riding. Wear warm to/from Dalat. Would recommend!
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