Heading out of Hue on highway 49 to Aluoi town we ride up to the top of Ma Oi pass, stop for swimming at the Mau waterfall and see the handicraft sewing of the Van Kieu ethnic minority. After lunch at Aluoi town we spend the whole afternoon on the Ho Chi Minh Trail, a legendary road in the war time. You will feel free and relaxed with
Itinerary in details:
Day 1: Hue to Aluoi to Prao (165km)
Heading out of Hue on highway 49 to Aluoi town we ride up to the top of Ma Oi pass, stop for swimming at the Mau waterfall and see the handicraft sewing of the Van Kieu ethnic minority. After lunch at Aluoi town we spend the whole afternoon on the Ho Chi Minh Trail, a legendary road in the war time. You will feel free and relaxed with beautiful landscapes, amazing views from the top of mountains, have the opportunity to get off the main road trekking on the real dirt trail, visiting some ethnic minority villages that live along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Everywhere you go people are smiling and cheerful because they are happy to see foreign tourists. Overnight in Prao town, free time walking around the mountain town at night.
Day 2: Prao to Hoi An (150km)
Today we will travel from Prao to Danang, along the way stopping at the KaTu ethnic minority village. Travelling through Danang we stop at China Beach and Marble Mountain. We arrive in Hoi An in the early afternoon, giving you enough free time to shop and explore Hoi An’s Historic Old Town
Day 3: Rest day in Hoi An
Today you have a free day to fully enjoy all that Hoi An has to offer, shopping, fittings at the tailors or shoe-makers, or relaxing out at Hoi An’s beautiful Cua Dai beach with a few cold drinks. However you would like to spend the day your guides will be on hand all day to provide any transport, information and general help they can.
Day 4: Hoi An to Kham Duc (150km)
We travel from Hoi An to My Son a World Heritage site that is the Cham version of Angkor Wat, after that we cross the river by boat to Thanh My where we stop for lunch. In the afternoon we travel along the Ho Chi Minh Trail to Kham Duc,stopping at a beautiful waterfall along the way to take photo’s.
Day 5: Kham Duc to Kon Tum (220km)
We visit and swim at Dakga waterfall, go along the Ho Chi Minh trail across the Lo So pass. On the road we stop at some hill tribe villages. visit Dak To-Tan Canh, the victory monument of VC in 1972. In the afternoon we arrive in Kon Tum then tour the city to visit the Vinh Son Orphanage, a beautiful black wooden church, Bana minority village with their Rong Houses and visit old men playing bamboo instruments.
Day 6: Kon Tum to Buon Ma Thuot (240km)
This day we stop in sea lake near Pleiku, see rubber tree and coffee plantations, green pepper crops. Boun Ma Thout is famous for making the best Coffee in Vietnam, so this is the place to stock up and maybe enjoy a cup or two at a side walk cafe.
Day 7: Buon Ma Thuot to Lak Lake (150km)
In the morning we go to the majestic Dray Sap waterfalls, then in the afternoon we go to lak lake. Check in to the hotel then we visit the local Mnong Ethnic hill tribe. That evening enjoy a traditional music performance of the Mnong ethnic people.
Day 8: Lak Lake to Dalat (170km)
In the morning you have free time to perhaps ride an elephant or take a local boat across Lak Lake. Then we spend the rest of the day enjoying the beautiful landscape along the road to Dalat, arriving in the late afternoon. The tour ends on arrival at your hotel .
Day 9: Dalat to Nha Trang
Tour starts at 8:30am, pickup at your hotel
Inexperienced riders to sit on the back
Moderately experienced to drive yourself
all paved road
Tour departs with minimum of 2 people.
Please note: We do not offer a pillion discount for tours departing with only 2 people.
– 75 USD per day per rider on HonDa 125cc , automatic or scooter by yoursefl
– If you can’t ride yourself and need a driver it is 85 USD per day per person.
* If you offer offroad bike we will cost you 125$ each day/person( tour minimum group of 5)
– Experienced English-speaking guide
– motorbike 125cc, automatic or scooter
– International safety standard helmet
– Drinking water on the road
– Personal & motorbike insurance
– Personal expenses/tips
– Damages to motorcycle
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