Day 1: Hanoi – Mai Chau (Hoa Binh province)App 145 km.
Hotel pickup at 7.30a.m, We will ride towards national Road No.6 to Hoa Binh city for lunch and visit Muong museum (90km from Hanoi). Then we will across 55km sloping and winding mountain road to get to Mai Chau, where you can enjoy the homestay and local food with white Thai tribe. After that, you enjoy folk songs and dance too.
Day 2: Mai Chau – Lien Thanh, Thuong Xuan (Thanh Hoa province) App 140 km.
Leaving Mai Chau, we will start to discover 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 (App 145 km)
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 culture and lifestyle. Hanh Lam forest farm, a historical 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 (App 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 on big obvious attraction-Phong Nha -Ke Bang national park, home to the incredible and bewitching Thien Duong Cave, “the largest and the most beautiful cave in the area, the longest dry cave in Asia”. 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 underground river, 31.4km in length and home to some amazing stalactites. You can walk along a wooden bridge and examine the white crystal stalactites. A full day of exploring cave is recommended.
Day 6: Phong Nha – Ke Bang – Hue (App 220km)
From Phong Nha – Ke Bang to Hue, you can enjoy a vast number of war relics along the DNZ- Demilitarized zone, the demarcation line between North and South Vietnam during Vietnam – American war. You will 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: Exploring Hue
Hanoi is one big marketplace and it become hard to imagine, from the families piled onto scooters, there any inhabitants left doors. Hue is less hectic than Hanoi, but the back roads are still bustling and it is a pleasure getting lost daily among the bread shops and pagodas. The former imperial city of Hue is the home to the throne of the Nguyen Dynasty from 1802-1945. A day in Hue can start with a tour to ancient Royal Tombs, Thien Mu pagoda, Hon Chen temple, and Ancient Royal citadel, etc, before capping it all off with a relaxing cruise down the majestic Perfume River at night to enjoy Hue folk songs.
Day 8: Hue – Da Nang (App 145 km)
The route from hue to Da Nang is really amazing will. There is no place in Vietnam where visitors can experience the diverse landscape as in Danang. The city has: The river, mountains, sea, wave, peninsula, pass…creating a “bonsai” giant. Located in the middle of the middle of the country, also has North-South traffic in road, railway, seaway and airway, Da Nang is one of the most important gateway four UNESCO-listed world heritage sites:the former imperial city of Hue(2hours) the ancient “silk road” trading port of Hoi An (30 minutes away) the spiritual centre of the Champa civilization, My Son (90 minutes) and the mystical Phong Nha caves in Quang Binh province (7 hours), considered by some an access to the inner earth. It is also a gateway to the countries such as Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar to the countries in northeast Asia through East-West Economic corridor.
Day 9: Da Nang – Hoi An – My Son
Just a quick riding from the beach city of Da Nang, we are at Hoi An ancient port town.the ancient streets bewitch you perfectly will dark black tiled roofs, mysterious old wood doors, food vendors and a shopping paradise for silk and cotton ready wear and 24 hours tailoring service. After Hoi An, It is a mistake if not to visit My Son holy land, the spiritual home of the Kingdom of Champa, dubbed the “valley of Kings” by french archaeologists. An overnight at Hoi An ancient town will leave you unforgettable moments with a sparkling of silk lanterns, and its sweet melodies and funny game of Bai Choi as a cool bowl of Cao Lau noodle.
Day 10: Hoi An – Central Highland.
Our driver will continue your journey southward through rural scenery of mountainous and stunning countryside en route to Qui Nhon city along National Highway 1 and then to Pleiku city, the capital city of Gia Lai province.Pleiku is about 50km south of Kon Tum and 200km away from Qui Nhon.Pleiku is historically relevant town, specifically in relation to the Vietnam war.The town was the and of the military supply logistics, avenue wich extended to the west along National road 19 and also the main centre of defence for the highland region.when the north Vietnam army launched an attack on this city, Lyndon Johnson gave the green light for ” operation rolling thunder” a campaign marked by extensive bombing it was the site where the first formal battle occurred and the place was later left in ruins.
Hanoi Motorbike To The Central