We now offer a 7-day tour from Hoi An to Dalat where you may either ride as a passenger or on your own, a life time travel experience through the heart of Vietnam that you too may appreciate our great country just as the millions of motor-bikers of our great nation do. This inspiring adventure encompasses the finest of coastal roads of Hai Van pass, beautiful highlands, the legendary Ho Chi Minh trail and so much more.  Join us for this magnificent journey as we guide you through the local history, delicacies, villages, waterfalls, home stays and beautiful people of Vietnam. 


Hai Van pass

Hue UNESCO heritage

Legendery Ho Chi Minh trail

Authentic Lak Lake

Magnificent Draysap waterfall

Real villages life

Ancient wooden church in Kontum

Vietnam historical relics

Dray Sap waterfall


Day 1: Hoi An motorbike tour to Hue (160 km )

Greeting from our guides, begin the journey by the short ride to Cua Dai Beach, head to the Marble mountain where we spent time to explore the caves, pagoda as well as enjoy the panoramic views of the area, followed by the short visit to Non Nuoc stone village

Continue the journey to Da Nang, the biggest city in the central of Vietnam, periodically stop at Dragon bridge, fishing village, Son Tra peninsula and the panoramic view of Da Nang city.

Cruise spiraling to Hai Van pass and periodically stop for breathtaking views of the coastline and Lang Co beach, followed by lunch

Visit elephant Waterfalls and spent your time to swim or relaxation

Take the coastal road via Thuan An Beach, quick stop at Bang An cemetery, known as the richest and largest cemetery in Vietnam, enjoy the scenic views of the countryside and the the refreshing breeze on your motorbike adventure to Hue before dark.

Finish the motorcycle day tour from Hoi An to Hue

Coatal road from Hoi An to Hue

Day 2: Hue motorcycle tour to A Roang (100 km)

Spend the morning to explore Hue city and sight-seeing some of 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.

Continue the journey by the ride to the west via Ma Oi mountain pass through villages heading to the legendary Ho Chi Minh road, stop at A Luoi, location to several US military bases during the Vietnam War such as Ashou Airport, Hamburger hills and some of the Vietnam War’s bloodiest battle fields

En route to A Roang periodically stop by Ta Oi ethnic villages and farms to observe the locals’ daily life in town

Check out the home stay in A Roang and enjoy the hot spring bath with the locals.

Hue UNESCO site

Day 3: A Roang - Kham Duc (180 km)

Spend the early morning to explore A Roang

Enjoy the magnificent cruise via the legendary Ho Chi Minh road through the deep jungle and ethnic villages, this is one of the most beautiful motorbike ride in the Ho Chi Minh road as the roads are winding and open.

Stop at Prao for lunch

Relaxing or swimming at a natural remote Prao waterfalls before arriving Kham Duc as this is the last destination of the day

Day 4: Kham Duc - Kon Tum (180 km)

Start the day by the spiraling ride to Spring mountain pass via Ngoc Linh national park to the entrance of Vietnam central highland, Dak Glei, enjoy the scenic landscapes on the way and periodically stop by waterfalls and ethnic villages.

Continue the adventure to Ngoc Hoi as we passing through the picturesque countryside along the way

Cruise to Tan Canh to visit the many historical sites such as Tan Canh cemetery, Phoenix Airport, Challi Hill,  where our guides will give information about some of the most ferocious battles of the Vietnam War

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

View on the Ho Chi Minh Trail

Day 5: Kon Tum - Buon Ma Thuot (240 km)

Discover Kon Tum city in the early morning, taking the back road through villages and magnificent rubber plantations to Pleiku city, visit Bien Ho Lake where time is allotted to relax and savor the scenery.

Continue the countryside road along the rice paddies fields to Chu Se, lunch stop at Chu Se where you may indulge in some of Vietnam’s best rice and chicken dishes

Along the ride we will stop and observe locals making rice noodles, incense, drums as well as cultivating mushrooms. The day ends in Buon Ma Thuot city, well known as the coffee capital of Vietnam

Bana Communal House

Day 6: Buon Ma thuot motorbike tour to Lak Lake (120 Km)

Enjoy the morning coffee in the coffee capital of Vietnam, followed by the quick visit to the noodle village in the area.

Ride to Dray Sap and Gia Long waterfalls where we will spend the morning unwinding, relaxation and swimming, picnic lunch at the Unesco Global Geopark of Daknong province

After the morning activities, take the country side road through spectacular volcanic rice paddies, the smell of the the rice all around you, the farmers and the children wave hello to you all along the way

Embark on a quick ferry ride across the river followed by a bumpy however stunning ride through coffee farms, pepper farms and local villages

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

Arrive at our final destination Lak Lake before dark.

Dray Sap Waterfall

Day 7: Lak Lake – Dalat (160km)

Riding an elephant or a dug-out canoe are optional activities in the morning or you just simply enjoying peaceful scenery of Lak lake with a cup of coffee.

We then pack up and ride along the winding roads, periodically stopping to relish the spectacular scenery in addition to visiting the local market and fishing village

Continue the winding road spiraling up to Phu Son moutain pass, then visiting elephant water falls, skillful traditional silk factory.

Enjoy a special taste weasel coffee before we riding up to Dalat

The motorcycle tour from Hoi An to Dalat ends.

M'nong ethnic village

The tour program includes

  • Motorbikes
  • English Speaking guide
  • 6 nights accommodation
  • Gasoline, oil
  • Helmets
  • All fees and permits
  • Luggage rack on bike, water proof bags and bungee cords

The tour program does not include

  • Personal medical insurence
  • Bike damage (for self-riders)
  • Yours drinks and alcohol
  • Tips