5 days- 4 nights
Get off the beaten track by motorbike with local guide. As you make your way through southern Vietnam’s highlands from the charming French colonial town of Hoi An to the honeymoon city of Dalat, you will get a sense of the real Vietnam beyond the tourist trail. Feel the wind on your face as you pass by beautiful scenery, experience the local hill tribe culture and their customs. Explore the Ho Chi Minh Trail, famous for its logistic support system during the Vietnamese War and feel the freedom as you capture yet another bend on the road. Going with the Easy Riders secures you a safe journey with riders, who know their roads and drive safely. It gives you the comfort to enjoy the scenery pass by with knowledgeable guide telling you all the inside stories. This is your gateway to explore Vietnam way beyond the ordinary
Duration 5 days
Distance 525 Miles
Group Min 2 Person
Hotel Pick up & Drop off
Include Breakfast, Standard Accommodation
Excluded Travel Insurance, Personal Expenses,Meal
Tour start date
Tour open everyday
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Prices below are based on per person included in the prices.Please see below.
US $ 375/1 Pillion
US $ 450/ Single Rider
US $ 650/ 1 Rider + 1 Pillion sharing
Day 1: Kham Duc
8:00 Our guide pick up at your hotel and start the trip. Before you are an adventurous day with open roads and stops along the way. During the coming week, drive along through the forest path without much traffic, nor tourists. You will go through some of the most beautiful countryside scenery and even join the local people’s lifestyle.
Today’s journey will take you past rice fields, to the Cham Tower . See how rice paper, bricks and incense are made. Stop at a pineapple farm and taste fresh pineapples. Following Ho Chi Minh Trail you will visit the most beautiful Highland scenery, panorama view of the mountain and join in the local people’s life-style. Stop over at a minority village to discover the local’s culture and customs. Enjoy a waterfall and explore the local market of a mountain town before you check in to your accommodation for the night.
Day 2: Kon Tum
Jump on the motorbike for another day on the ho chi minh trail. Visit the well-known Phoenix Airport, Charlie Hill and the Dakto battle field to know more about the war between Northern and Southern of Vietnam. Stop over at the corner where the three Indochina countries of Lao, Vietnam, and Cambodia meet.
See Minority Village and try crossing Monkey Bridge before you find your accommodation for the night.
Day 3: Buon Me Thuot.
Travel to Kon Tum where you visivisit the French wooden Church and the Vinh Son orphanage. Stopover in Kon-Ktu village to see their traditional Rong houses. Learn about their customers, traditions and culture through their daily life. Head to a lake, which used to be a volcanic craters that stopped working a million years ago – a great place to take good photos. Continue your drive on the old Ho Chi Minh Trail to learn the history of the Vietnamese people during the French colony and the vivid war. Understand the daily life of the highlanders who lived along these roads and the impact it had on them. Not least, see how the local beloved rice noodles are made. Visit rubber plantations, cashew and black pepper plantation. Along the way, you will learn about the daily life for the rural highlanders and the ethnic minorities.
Day 4: Lak Lake.
Another day with great excursions awaits you. Pass by rice fields and local life, past the locals doing their daily deeds of farming and fishing. Trek to the top of the Elephant Rock Mountain and go by the Ho Chi Minh Trail to visit the Dray Sap and Dray Nu Falls. Located in a scenic setting, these falls are named after the mist created by its strong cascades. Swim in the Fairy Pool and take a cater massage from the waterfall. Visit the Jun Minority Village and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. Watch the fishermen check and care for their nets and meet the M’nong minorities. Trek to another village before you settle in for the night.
Day 5: Dalat
Drive through the forest path without much traffic, nor tourists. You will go through some of the most beautiful countryside scenery and even join the local people’s lifestyle. During the day you will visit flower farms, mushroom farm, tea and coffee plantations. You will experience rice wine cooking and visit a silkworm factory. Pass the pagoda with the happy Buddha and go to the flushing Elephant waterfall where you (if time allows) can do a small trek down to see a cave at the falls. Ride through the pine forest before end the trip in Dalat.