The 7 day motorcycle tour adventure from Dalat to Hoi An (or Da Nang) via central Vietnam offer you a unique travel experience that you may ride as pillion passenger (Easy Rider Tour) or ride on you own, just as the millions of motor-bikers of our great nation do. This inspiring adventure encompasses the most beautiful coastal roads of Hai Van Pass; the beautiful Vietnam central highlands - the large home of different ethnic groups in Vietnam, the kingdom of coffee; the relics of the bloodiest battle fields in Vietnamese history, the legendary Ho Chi Minh trail and so much more.  Join us for this magnificent journey as we guide you off the beaten tracks and see the real Vietnam through the local history, delicacies, villages, spectacular waterfalls and beautiful people of our country.


  • Authentic Lak Lake
  • Magnificent Draysap waterfall
  • Most beautiful part of the Ho Chi Minh Trail
  • Real villages life
  • Ancient wooden church in Kontum
  • Famous Top Gear Hai Van pass
  • Vietnam historical relics


Day 1:  Da Lat Motorbike tour to Lak Lake, Lien Son (160km)

Depart and take a quick ride to one of Vietnams most unique hotels, known for its quirky architecture, the Crazy House

Cruise along the countryside viewing the variety of abundant agriculture such as vegetable farms, flower green houses, coffee plantations as well as a tour of the silk worm factory to observe the process of making silk

Visit the elephant waterfall

Following lunch, ride along the winding roads, periodically stopping to relish the spectacular scenery in addition to visiting the local market and fishing village

Arrive at our final destination Lak Lake before dark where you may stay in a guest house or home stay

Day 2:  Lak Lake-Buon Ma Thuot city (120km)

Relatively effortless day as not much time is spent on the bike

Time may be spent enjoying the Gia Long Waterfalls, riding elephants, canoe rentals, hiking, swimming or simply relaxing

Visit the typical Vietnamese villages of M’nong and Ede where you may learn about the culture and daily life of the towns people

After the morning activities, embark on a quick ferry ride across the river followed by a bumpy however stunning ride through rice paddies, pepper farms and local villages

Lunch followed by a cruise to Dray Sap, home to one of Vietnam's many natural wonders the Dray Nu falls where we will spend the afternoon unwinding

Rooms are available at the falls or in Buon Me Thout City as this is our final destination for the day.

Day 3:  Dray-Sap Waterfall - Kon Tum (250km)

Depart and begin our 190k ride to Chu Se with a visit to Buon Me Thout City, also known as the coffee capital of Vietnam

Along the ride we will stop and observe locals making rice noodles, incense, drums as well as cultivating mushrooms

Afterward, we begin our journey on the legendary Ho Chi Minh Road to learn about the fascinating period in history during the French colonization and Vietnam War

Lunch stop at Chu Se where you may indulge in some of Vietnam’s best rice and chicken dishes

After we ride to Pleiku City to visit Bien Ho Lake where time is allotted to relax and savor the scenery, followed by the bumpy back road through ethic villages and rubber plantations

Continue north to Kom Tum where sites include a historical church, orphanage and museum as well as Konktu village, home of the steel communal homes

Stay overnight in Kon Tum

Day 4:  Kon Tum - Kham Duc (160km)

Begin the day with a majestic ride through the hills and many ethnic villages

Along the way we will stop and visit the many historical sites such as Phoenix Airport, Challi Hill, the Ho Chi Minh Trail where our guides will give information about some of the most ferocious battles of the Vietnam War

After stopping at the beautiful stream, time for swimming or relaxing and passing over a suspension bridge we finish our  journey and arrive at our destination for the day, Kham Duc.

Day 5:  Kham Duc- A Roang (A Luoi) (180km)

Continue navigating the Ho Chi Minh Road for a spectacular 150ks

Periodically stop at remote villages with time to observe the local culture

Relaxing or swimming at a natural remote waterfall

Tour to local pineapple plantation where you can enjoy the local harvest

Day includes a magnificent ride Via the legendary Ho Chi Minh road through vast deep jungle and ehnic Ko Tu and Ta Oi villages

Arrive A Roang at a real village home stay and dip your body at a natural hot spring with the locals.

Day 6: A Roang - Hue (90km)

Spend the morning to observe the lifestyle of local Ta Oi village living in A Roang

Return to the Ho Chi Minh Road through the winding roads, to the mountainous district of A Luoi, location to several US military bases during the Vietnam War, site see and occasionally stop at Ashou Airport and some of the Vietnam War’s bloodiest battle fields

Continue the ride to the east via Ma Oi mountain pass through villages heading to Hue, tour around Hue includes Thuy Tien abandoned water park and Vietnam's great historical locations under the Nguyen Dynasty such as the UNESCO complex of the Hue monument as well as the ancient emperors’ scattered along the Huong River

Overnight in Hue

Day 7: Hue motorbike tour to Hoi An (160Km)

Travel along the coastal road offering some of Vietnam's most outstanding landscapes to Da Nang and eventually the Hai Van Pass, the famous Top Gear motorcycle ride in Vietnam

Periodically stop for food, beverages and photos as well as a swimming in the natural pool at Elephant Waterfall

Make a stop at a view point of Da Nang and the stone carving village of Non Nuoc

Visit the marble mountain before we arrive in Hoi An or Da Nang city as the last destination of the journey and conclusion of Vietnam Motorcycle Tours 7 day adventure, leaving you with unforgettable memories of Vietnam.

The tour program includes

  • Motorbikes
  • English speaking guide
  • Petrol, oil
  • 6 night accomodations
  • Helmets
  • Rain coats, water proof bags and bugee cords
  • All fees and permits

The tour program does not include

  • Personal medical insurence 
  • Bikes damages (for self-rider)
  • Your food and drinks
  • Tips