Day one of your Hoian Motorcycle Easy Rider Tour starts with a drive from Hue into the A Shau Valley, ascending first through hills and then down into this lush, peaceful area that was the scene of many infamous battles during the American war. We reach a mountain waterfall at midday and stop for lunch and a chance to swim in the cool waters. The afternoon continues with a drive along the Ho Chi Minh trail, climbing more mountain passes and winding along roads surrounded by rainforests. Amid this stunning scenery is Ba Hom, a remote mountain village where we will spend the evening. The hospitable Co Tu people welcome us into their homes, sharing their unique customs and way of life with us as we dine on traditional local specialties.
Day 2 - Motorcycle Tour Hue to Hoian/Danang: Prao Easy Rider Tour to Hoian/danang
After a good night’s sleep in stilted houses we wake to the sounds of village life. Fuel up with breakfast and then set off on a light trek along the original Ho Chi Minh Trail to a set of therapeutic hot springs. Take a swim or just enjoy the beautiful setting before returning to the village and hitting the road to Hoi An. Winding our way down to the coast, we’ll stop en route at famous American war sites and ancient Cham towers before reaching Hoi An just in time for sunset.
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The price for the 2 day Easy Rider Tour Hue to Hoian/Danang
Tour Cost: 140 USD per pillion passenger in 2 days/1night
* 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.
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– 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