Day 1: Hanoi-Mai Chau (Hoa Binh province) App 145 km.
Pick up at the hotel at 8.30 am, we will ride towards National Road No.6 to Hoa Binh city for lunch and visit Muong Ethnic museum(90 km from Hanoi) then we will across 55 km sloping and winding mountain road get to Mai Chau.Where you can enjoy the local food and home stay with White Thai tribe, also have some wine with a tube and enjoy some dancing with local people too.
Day 2: Mai Chau-Lien Thanh, Thuong Xuan ( Thanh Hoa province) App 140 km.
Leaving Maichau, we will start to discover the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail towards the south.The route is very beautiful with imposing passes, zigzag road , and romantic springs. A night at Lien Thanh town will bring you a strange feeling of the historical land and friendly people.
Day 3: Thanh Hoa-Nghe An (145km)
Along the road from Thanh Hoa to Nghe An, there are many hill tribe villages that can savour your eyes and senses with their unique and strange culture and lifestyle. Hanh Lam forst farm, a historical relic raised from the feudal period to the wars against French colonist and American imperialist. You will enjoy a peaceful night in the midst of a wild and tranquil forest area.
Day 4: Nghe an-Quang Binh (160km)
Quang Binh is a province with strong historical associations the homeland of General Vo Nguyen Giap. The smooth road will bring you relax and leisure time on the wheels. Besides being famous for historical relics, the province is well-known for one big obvious attraction-Phong Nha-Ke Bang national park, home to the incredible and bewitching Thien Duong Cave. There are also stunning beaches, the perfect complement to a day of exploring caves.
Day 5: Phong Nha-Ke Bang discovery
After a good sleep night, you can start your boat journey to discover Tien Son cave with stunning stalagmites and stalactites and it’s you can go ground river, all hundreds of millions of year in the making. Then you can explore Thien Duong cave, 31.4 km in length and home to some amazing stalagmites and stalactites. You can walk along the wooden bridge and examine the white crystal stalactites. A full day of exploring caves is recommended.
Day 6: Phong Nha-Ke Bang to Hue (220Km)
From Phong Nha-Ke Bang to Hue, you can enjoy a vast number of war relics along the Demilitarised Xone,the demarcation line between and south Vietnam during the Vietnam-American war. You can visit Ben Hai river, Hien Luong bridge, Cua Tung Beach, Vinh Moc tunnel, Rock pile, and Khe Sanh combat base, etc, in Quang tri-province before getting Hue at late afternoon.
Day 7: Hue – Da Nang – Hoi An (145Km)
After breakfast at the hotel. We rider to Da Nang via Hai Van Bass. Arrive Da Nang and visit ancient Cham-Pa sculpture museum-known as the last ancient Cham-Pa sculpture collection in the world, Non Nuoc stone carving village. Lunch at local. Arrive Hoi An in the afternoon. Hotel check-in and spend a night in Hoi An
Day 8: Hoi An
Hoi An Ancient Town-highlight of any tour to Vietnam that no Vietnam tours maker would skip is an example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. We have all day go to through rice paddies in the countryside of Hoi An ancient town, shop for souvenirs among the antique shops and art galleries or just sit at sidewalk cafe and soak up the atmosphere of this quaint town
Day 9: Hoi An- Kon Tum (290km)
After breakfast. we ride back up to the mountains, rejoining the Trail at Phuoc Son (also known as Kham Duc). From there we head up the towering Lo Son pass, passing through remote areas thinly populated by peoples of the Ba Na ethnicity. Edging close to the border with Laos, where a number of trail arteries crossed over in Laos, we continue on to Kon Tum.
We will have lunch on the way and Overnight in Kon Tum
Day 10: Kon Tum- Buon Ma Thuot (240 km)
After breakfast, we head south through the Central Highlands, passing Pleiku and the La Drang valley battlefield, before continuing on to Buon Ma Thuot. The city where northern forces launched their final assault on the then Saigon. Buon Ma Thuot produces most and best coffee products in Vietnam. We have lunch on the way and Overnight in Buon Ma Thuot.
Day11: Buon Ma Thuot- Nha Trang (190 km)
After breakfast, we ride to Nha Trang Beach, back down off the Tan Son highlands towards the coast, arriving at Highway 1 some 30 km north of Nha Trang.Taking in this scenic coastal stretch past turquoise waters and scarlet fishing boats, we arrive in the bright lights of Nha Trang and its relaxing holiday options. Lunch on the way and Overnight in Nha Trang
Day 12: Nha Trang
Nha Trang is a beautiful city, bordered by mountains, with the beaches an impressive long along a by dotted with islands.Today is free at the leisure of your own visit or relax on one of Vietnam’s best beaches, overnight in Nha Trang.
Day 13: Nha Trang – Da Lat (150km)
After breakfast, we leaving Nha Trang ride to Da Lat. Da Lat is known as ”The city love” and is a favorite holiday resort for Vietnamese as well as the french.With evergreen forests, waterfalls, beautiful lakes, the country’s best flower gardens and delicious fresh produce, Da Lat has always provided a welcome respite from the heat of the lowlands. We can spend the day visiting the highlight of Da Lat-its gardens, cathedral, waterfalls, market, the valley of love, convent, university, train station and key pagodas.Lunch on the way and Overnight in Da Lat
Day 14: Da Lat-Cat Tien National Park (190Km)
Today, we ride to Cat Tien National Pack. This forest area to be the head quarter of Vietnamese army during the war. The park suffered historically during the Vietnam war when it was extensively sprayed with herbicides like the defoliant Agent Orange. To this day, these areas have extensive bamboo and grassland cover and trees have not yet grown back. Lunch at local and overnight in Cat Tien
Day 15: Cat Tien – Ho Chi Minh City (160Km)
Breakfast and check out. Drive 160km to Ho Chi Minh City – known as ” the pearl of the Far East”. Check in hotel. At leisure. Have lunch at local. Then take a short city tour visiting China town, Thien Hau Pagoda, Central Post Office, Notre Dame Cathedral, Lacquerware shop. Dinner and overnight in Ho Chi Minh City
DAY 16: Ho Chi Minh – Tay Ninh – Cu Chi Tunnels (190Km)
After breakfast at the hotel, we go to Tay Ninh province to visit The Great Holy See Temple (the centre of Caodaism, a religion that blends Buddhism, Christianity, and Confucianism), built in 1926, considered one of the most striking structures in all of the south-east Asia. Lunch at local. Afternoon, we go to Cu Chi Dist, HCMC to visit Cu Chi Tunnels, an amazing 200km, and complex of underground tunnels used during the war against the US Army of the Vietnamese soldiers. Dinner and overnight in HCMC.
DAY 17: Ho Chi Minh – My Tho – Can Tho (181Km)
After breakfast at the hotel, we go to My Tho City and proceed to Cai Be. Take a boat trip along the mighty Mekong River and its tributaries to view the daily lives of people who work and play on the intricate waterways of the Mekong Delta. The trip includes visits to Cai Be floating market, to an authentic old house and to a family run business producing rice – a key ingredient in Vietnamese cuisine. Lunch at a local. Continue driving to Can Tho. Check in hotel. Dinner and overnight in Can Tho.
DAY 18: Can Tho -Soc Trang – Can Tho (120Km)
Breakfast at hotel. Then a sampan takes you along the region’s intricate waterways to visit the exciting Cai Rang floating market. The market is filled with small boats darting through the water as vendors buy and sell their wares. Cruise through small canals and stop at a fruit orchard to taste some of the succulent fruits of the Mekong Delta. Back to hotel for lunch. Afternoon, proceed to Soc Trang Town, 60 km south of Can Tho, that houses some colorful Khmer Buddhist temples. Visit Kh’leng pagoda and Bat Pagoda – with
hometown thousands of flying foxes. Back to Can Tho. Dinner and stay at here.
DAY 19: Can Tho – Long Xuyen – Chau Doc (140km)
After Breakfast and check-out. Then we go to Chau Doc via Long Xuyen hometown Hoa Hao Buddhist sect. On the way, stop over at Long Xuyen Catholic Cathedral, On arrival in Chau Doc, we check in hotel. Afternoon, visit Sam Mountain, which has dozens of pagodas and temples and a magnificent view of Cambodia (just a few kilometers away) and of the Mekong Delta, visit home of the Lady Chua Xu Temple, a favorite pilgrimage site for Vietnamese on Tet holiday. Dinner and overnight in Chau Doc.
DAY 20: Chau Doc – Sai Gon (190km)
After breakfast, we leave Chau Doc and back towards Ho Chi Minh City via Vinh Long. On the way back HCM City we visit a ceramic tile factory, a tofu and fish sauce factory, a smithy, and a rice husking factory. Arrive in HCM city in the afternoon.
Hanoi Motorbike To Saigon and Mekong Delta