- Lang Co beach
- Hai Van pass
- Marble mountain
- Breath-taking landscape of Ho Chi Minh trail
- Rural life of local people
- Different cultures of ethnic minority groups: Bana, Ede, M'Nong hill tribes and their traditional Rong house
- Dak To – Tan Canh Combat Base
- Charlie Hill
- Sea Lake
- Dray Sap and Dray Nu waterfalls, national Fairy pool
- Lak lake, Elephant ride
- Ride through the stunning rain forest
- Silkworm factory
- Farm and plantation: flower, vegetable, coffee
- Da lat sightseeings
Day 1 - Motorbike Trip Hue to Dalat: Hue Easy Riders Trip to Hoian/danang
Leaving Hue, we will stop at the paddies fields along the lagoon. After that we go to Elephant Spring where you can swim and relaxation. Next, we stop for photos at Lang Co Beach and have lunch there before traveling over the Hai Van Pass, Thousand-metre-high barrier forms a climatic frontier blocking the southward penetration of cold, damp winter airstreams which often bury the tops under thick cloudbank and earn it the title Hai Van, and when crossing the top of the Pass you are literally surrounded by clouds on one side with stunning ocean views on the other. On the Top of Hai Van pass also the border line between Hue and Danang city.
Then travel through Danang to a stop at the China Beach where very famous during American war. After we visit the Marble Mountains our final stop are 5 marble outcrops topped with delicate pagodas. Then we will go to Hoian.
Day 2 - Motorbike Trip from Hue to Dalat: Hoian/Danang Easy Riders Trip to Kham Duc
This Motorbike Trip could start off from either Danang or Hoian. Leave the coastal city and motorbike up to the western mountain area on the rugged roads through countryside where we can see the local people working on farm, making rice paper, incense sticks…
After visiting some amazing towers of the Cham people, we get back to the motorbikes and enjoy the trip on Ho Chi Minh trail. This road is slightly craggy with winding trails but absolutely panoramic and wonderful.
Take a short walk and exploration around the side, we will ride the way to Kham Duc.
We end the 1st day at Kham Duc Town, in a small standard hotel.
Day 3 - Motorbike Trip from Hue to Da Lat: Kham Duc Easy Riders Trip to Kon Tum
On the 2nd day with Vietnam Easy Riders Group, our team will ride mainly on the Ho Chi Minh Trail (Road No.14). It is one of the highlights of the whole trip when we cross the Highland area with many magnificent mountain passes. We also have chance to visit some local people from ethnic minorities.
Just take a look at surrounding areas because you could be amazed by some strange things only in Vietnam like monkey bridges or Rong houses. There are also some historical sites from Vietnam War on the way such as:
- Charlie Hill
- Indochine three Corner
- Dak To – Tan Canh battle field
Day 4 - Motorbike Trip Hue to Da Lat: Kon Tum Easy Riders Trip to Buon Me ThuotOne of the longer stretches of riding sets off today... However, the roads are awesome when we continue riding on Ho Chi Minh trail through central highlands to enjoy breathtaking scenery of the nature and see more ethnic people in the area such as the Ba Na and Ede people to learn more about their unique culture and interesting tradition.
We will finish the enjoyable Motorbike Trip today at about 5:00 pm in Buon Me Thuot town.
Day 5 - Motorbike Trip from Hue to Dalat : Buon Me Thuot Easy Riders Trip to Lak lakeToday is another enjoyable day in Central Highlands Vietnam. We will ride through the Dray Sap and Dray Nur waterfalls (One of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Central Highland). Before that, we will continue riding on Ho Chi Minh trail where we can have stops at some roadside villages to learn how the locals make as rice papers, noodles
We will stop at a local market where we will buy really special foods for our picnic lunch. Our stop lunch today is at the Dray Sap and Dray Nur Waterfalls. While our guide cook for lunch (you will be very surprised with our guides cooking skills), you will deep your body in a Fairy pool, take a water massage from waterfall.
Then we will continue traveling to Lak Lake before the sunset to have some great shots of M’nong Ethnic minority’s fishermen on the lake.
Overnight in Lak lake. We can choose to do home-stay or stay at the Lak Resort.
Day 6 - Motorbike Trip Hue to Dalat: Lak Easy Riders Trip to Da Lat
Do you feel the pleasant sounds of the countryside? Please wake up and walk around the Jun village where M’Nong minority people live to learn their daily life. If you want to cross Lak lake by boat or travel on the back of elephant (extra pay), just feel free to inform us, our guides will help you to arrange it.
Time to get on the Motorbike, Our Easy Riders will take you to Da Lat, through the areas with breathtaking views of mountain, forest, farms and villages. This is a full-day ride with plenty of stops and packed with winding passes as you ride up into the clouds and cooler temps.
In between, you can also walk up and down some hill, visit some waterfall or visit some beautiful and energetic farms that reflect the daily lives of locals and gain insights about the agriculture here (as an important sector of economic development in Dalat):
- Flower farms, vegetable farm
- Coffee plantation
- Elephant Waterfalls, It is an impressive sight, especially since you can stand quite close to the cascade
- Cuong Hoan Silk Factory to see how silk is extracted from the silkworm
The trip will finish around 5pm after visiting the Crazy House, built in 1990 by architect Dr. Dang Viet Nga who wanted to “bring people back to nature”
The price for the 6 day Easy Riders Trip Hue to Da Lat
Tour Cost: 420 USD per pillion passenger in 6days/5nights
* If you are an experienced rider (have license or not), you want to ride your own motorcycle (Self-riding), please let us know !
* If you are a group, we will have a best price for you.
* The prices are listed above apply with a group from 2 people to up.
Please CONTACT US to get the best possible price based upon your travel period and specific touring needs.
– Experienced English-speaking guide
– Fuel (Gasoline)
– Accommodation (twin/double/single room)
– Entry fees
– International safety standard helmet
– Saddle bags, & rain ponchos, if needed
– Your food and drinks