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Day 1 – Da Nang (Approx. 0km)

  • Meeting at 9am for full tour briefing – Complete paperwork & licence requirements – Meet your Royal Enfield Himalayan – Enjoy a Vietnamese coffee – free day to explore Da Nang – 6pm meeting for dinner & drinks

Day 2 – Da Nang to Hue (Approx. 120km)

  • Da Nang beaches – The Hai Van Pass – Lang Co oyster farms – Chan May Bay Beach – Cau Hai Lagoon – The ‘City of Ghosts’ cemetery – The Imperial Citadel of Hue

Day 3 – Hue to Lao Bao (Approx. 220km)

  • Tam Giang Lagoon – Ben Hai river – Small fishing villages – Vinh Moc tunnels – the 17th parallel – Hien Luong Bridge – The DMZ and Route 9 – Dak Rong Bridge – Khe Sanh combat base – The Lao Bao border town

Day 4 – Lao Bao to Phong Nha (Approx. 240km)

  • The Ho Chi Minh Road West – One of the world’s best roads for bikers – Sa Mu pass – Follow the border with Laos – Hill tribe villages – Remote jungle – Ubo mountain – Phong Nha Khe Bang national park – Victory Road 20

Day 5 – Phong Nha (Approx. 100km)

  • Optional rest day – Non-riding activities available – Ride the National Park loop – UNESCO Heritage listed area – Amazing limestone Karst mountains – Walk 1km through the Paradise Cave – Amazing scenery – Take a boat trip through the Phong Nha Cave – One of asia’s most beautiful areas – Relax by the pool overlooking the rice paddies & mountains

Day 6 – Phong Nha to Vinh (Approx. 220km)

  • The Ho Chi Minh Road – Epic mountain roads – Da Deo pass – Awesome scenery – Remote villages – Dong Loc junction, the start of the Ho Chi Minh Trail – Area 4 military museum – Ho Chi Minh Square, and giant statue – Vinh City

Day 7 – Vinh to Mai Chau (Approx. 300km)

  • Coastal fish farms and shrimp ponds – Small fishing villages – Countryside areas – Pu Luong national park – Stepped rice terraces – Bamboo forests – Chopstick factories – Mai Chau Valley – Ethnic minority villages – Tribal markets

Day 8 – Mai Chau to Nghia Lo (Approx. 220km)

  • Hoa Binh Lake – Tat Nang Waterfall – Tea plantations – Moc Chau plateau – The Da River ferry crossing – Wooden stilt house villages – Stepped rice terraces

Day 9 – Nghia Lo to Sa Pa (Approx. 230km)

  • Mu Cang Chai – Ethnic minority villages – Steep valleys – Stepped rice terraces – O Quy Ho mountain pass (2,035m) – The Silver Waterfall – Amazing views – Sa Pa town

Day 10 – Sa Pa (Approx. 0km)

  • Rest Day – Explore Sa Pa town – The world’s longest cable car (not included) – Fan Si Pan, Vietnam’s highest mountain – The Sa Pa love market – Meet the ethnic minority hill tribes

Day 11 – Sa Pa to Bac Ha (Approx. 170km)

  • Multiple hairpin bends – Steep descent into the red river valley – The chinese border – Lao Cai – Follow the border – Mountains & valleys – Along the high valley sides of the Chay River – Bac Ha – Hill tribe villages

Day 12 – Bac Ha to Ha Giang (Approx. 180km)

  • The palace of King Hoang A Tuong – Steep mountain roads – Follow the Chinese border – Great views – Hill Tribe villages – Into Ha Giang province

Day 13 – Ha Giang to Dong Van (Approx. 210km)

  • Heaven’s Gate – Fairy Mountain – Dong Van karst plateau geopark – The most stunning scenery in Vietnam – Crazy roads over huge karst mountains – Lung Cu flag tower – The most northern point in Vietnam – Don Cao hill-top fort

Day 14 – Dong Van to Ba Be Lake (Approx. 250km)

  • Ma Pi Leng Pass – Incredible views – Giant karst mountains – Meo Vac – Great roads – Ba Be national park – Boat ride on the lake – Stay in as tribal homestay

Day 15 – Ba Be Lake to Ha Noi (Approx. 200km)

  • Breakfast at the lakeside – Limestone cliffs – Countryside farming areas – Forest covered hills – Thai Nguyen – The Royal Enfield showroom – Finish riding outside of the city centre – Taxi into Ha Noi city


  • Start: Da Nang
  • Finish: Ha Noi
  • Distance: Approx. 2,660 km’s
  • Motorcycle: Royal Enfield Himalayan (410cc)
  • 1 Rider / 1 Bike / 1 Room: From US$ 4,745 per person
  • 2 Riders / 2 Bikes / 1 Room: From US$ 4,309 per person
  • Price for Pillion Passenger: From US$ 3,519 per person

What’s Included:

  • 14 Nights accommodation
  • Experienced English-speaking tour guide
  • Good quality, top condition motorbike
  • All Meals while on tour
  • Snacks, water & soft drinks while on tour
  • First aid kit
  • Accommodation fees during tour
  • Entry fees, tolls and other ‘on the road’ fees
  • Waterproof jacket & pants (if required)
  • 15L dry bag (if required)
  • Pick up & return to hotel (or airport)
  • Adventure & excitement
  • Groups of 6 or more include support van
  • Groups of 8 or more include tour medic

What can be added to your tour: (Please contact us for pricing)

  • Private room (our standard price is based on twin room)
  • Support Van (if not already included)
  • Helmet (EU or DOT Standard certified)
  • Motorbike Jacket (Lightweight, mesh style – with back, elbow & shoulder protection)
  • Lightweight motorbike gloves
  • Pre & Post tour accommodation (we can assist with hotel recommendations)

What you need to provide:

  • Appropriate riding clothing (no open toe footwear)
  • Alcoholic drinks (if you enjoy)
  • Personal Travel Insurance
  • Motorbike Licence
  • International Driving Permit
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips
  • Visa – as required
  • Smiles & laughs
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