Vietnam Motorbike Tours Motorcycle North-West Loop Of Vietnam8 (2)
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Vietnam Northwest 8 Days Motorcycle Tour

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Vietnam Northwest 8 Days Motorcycle Tour This famous tour takes us deep into the Tonkinese Alps, where we will see no less than 14 different ethnic hill tribes, as well as ascending the highest road in Vietnam (and nine others!). The route takes us through deep rice terraced valleys, past the Dien Bien Phu battleground and finally to the Sa Pa hill station with its trekking options and friendly Dao and H’mong peoples. Use your bargaining skills at weekly hill tribe markets, enjoy the hospitality of the Black Thai people and test your skills on a demanding but forgiving 1,000-kilometre plus road

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      Adventure Motorbike Tours, Dirt Road Motorbike Tours, Motorcycle Tours, Mountain Motorbike Tours, Offroad Motorbike Tours, Trail Motorbike Tours
    • Activity Level Tough
      6/8
    • Group Size Medium Group
      16
    All about the Vietnam Northwest 8 Days Motorcycle Tour.

    Vietnam Northwest 8 Days Motorcycle Tour

    This famous tour takes us deep into the Tonkinese Alps, where we will see no less than 14 different ethnic hill tribes, as well as ascending the highest road in Vietnam (and nine others!). The route takes us through deep rice terraced valleys, past the Dien Bien Phu battleground and finally to the Sa Pa hill station with its trekking options and friendly Dao and H’mong peoples. Use your bargaining skills at weekly hill tribe markets, enjoy the hospitality of the Black Thai people and test your skills on a demanding but forgiving 1,000-kilometre plus road

    Vietnam North West Motorbike Tours
    North West Motorbike Tours give all riders the adventure passion of motorcycling and riding offroad trips to Vietnam Northwest provinces namely Lao Cai, Yen Bai, Dien Bien, Hoa Binh, Lai Chau, Son La…by dirt bike, moped, scooter. This subregion is located on right bank of Hong River. The remote northwest of Vietnam appeals to those wanting to get off the beaten track in one of Vietnam’s most beautiful, unaffected and untouristed areas. The travellers who do venture to Mai Chau, Son La and Dien Bien Phu often do so by way of a hired jeep and driver or do it by motorbike, while those striking straight north to Vietnam’s hilltribe capital of Sapa avail themselves of the comfortable and efficient overnight train to Sapa. Whichever way you’re headed, prepare yourself for stunning scenery as you pass through spectacular ravines and over breathtaking passes. Best known for the burgeoning trekking centre of Sapa, there is a lot more worth investigating in this part of the country. The remote French firebase of Dien Bien Phu remains a drawcard, but it’s as much the attraction of the trip there as the town itself that is worth visiting. A trip to Dien Bien Phu is easily combined with an approach to Sapa via “the back way” over the Fansipan pass (Vietnam’s highest), allowing for more stunning scenery and the opportunity to see some of the less touristed parts of the country. Another popular destinations is Mai Chau whose day-trekking and stunning scenery have helped it develop into a small tourist centre en-route to Dien Bien Phu — many trips from Hanoi run out to Mai Chau — and with good reason. It also forms a comfortable spot to rest those weary limbs before continuing onwards and up into the hills.

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

    Our trip cost usually includes the following services. Please bear in mind JET Travel is specialized in tailor-made trips. Trip cost vary depending on group size and other details.

    Quality Japanese Honda Motorcycles with spare things ( Honda XR 150cc or Honda CRF250L ) CRF250L cost extra;
    Tour guide/Translator/Mechanic (He’s three in one!);
    Standard hotel (double, twins or triple shared room) and/or homestay (sleeping bags, mosquito nets, sheets, pillows etc. are provided);
    Third party motorbike insurance;
    All food (Vietnamese food, Western food costs extra);
    All entrance fees, permits, tickets, boat trips, ferries, bamboo rafts, etc;
    Helmets/Gloves and Bright reflecting Jackets
    Hotel pick up

    Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

    Personal expenses, personal medical insurance;
    Drinks;
    Single room supplement if you request a single room;
    Motorbiking protective pants, jacket, gloves, helmet, rain gear and other safety equipment at favourable rental rate;
    Bike shipping and tour guide’s travel back to Hanoi (for Ho Chi Minh trail/road trips or tours that don’t end in Hanoi);
    Train or flight tickets before and after your tour;
    Breakfast on the departure day and dinner on the return day;
    Accommodation and food in Hanoi;
    Tips.

    Notes:
    + Single stay will cost 20 USD extra/ day
    + We provide support vehicle and driver with extra price of 150 USD/day/ truck upon request!
    + Ho Chi Minh trail motorbike tours will cost more. Please CONTACT US for more details.
    + If tours are not depart/ end in Hanoi then surcharge for bike shipping to/ back: 120 USD/ bike.

    1. 8 Days Vietnam Northwest 8 Days Motorcycle Tour

      his famous tour takes us deep into the Tonkinese Alps, where we will see no less than 14 different ethnic hill tribes, as well as ascending the highest road in Vietnam (and nine others!). The route takes us through deep rice terraced valleys, past the Dien Bien Phu battleground and finally to the Sa Pa hill station with its trekking options and friendly Dao and H’mong peoples. Use your bargaining skills at weekly hill tribe markets, enjoy the hospitality of the Black Thai people and test your skills on a demanding but forgiving 1,000-kilometre plus road.
      – Ride length: 1,200 km
      – Difficulty: Moderate

      Day 1: Hanoi Motorcycle Tour – Mai Chau. ~170 km, ~5 h.

      Once out of the Red River Delta, which brims with traditional farming activity, we pass through limestone monoliths and into foothills populated by Muong people. We head straight at the main range before breaching a high and beautiful forested pass, which descends into the hidden valley of Mai Chau where we spend the night with friends in a traditional Thai stilt house in a Thai village.

      Day 2: Mai Chau Motorcycle Tour – Phu Yen. ~150 km, ~6 h.

      We go from Mai Chau to Moc Chau and then to the Da River. After crossing the reservoir of Da river, we ride on secondary road until Phu Yen where we stay in a guest-house. This ride is on the forgotten old Highway 6 and there is almost no tourist in this area.

      Day 3: Phu Yen Motorcycle Tour – Son La. ~140 km, ~5 h.

      On good road looking high over distant mountains we head up into a forested region populated by H’mong people before descending into a mountainous tea-growing region. Soon after we follow a long valley floor covered in a sea of rice surrounded by Black Thai villages all the way to Son La with its bargain-filled market. Sleep in a hotel or home stay.

      Day 4: Son La Motorcycle Tour – Lai Chau. ~200 km, ~10 h.

      15 passes. Very nice road and stunning landscape. Probably the most beautiful journey of the whole trip even the road is in poor condition. Sleep in Lan Anh Hotel.

      Day 5: Lai Chau Motorcycle Tour – Tam Duong. ~120 km, ~6 h.

      The most demanding and remote section of the drive takes us upstream along the left side of a Black River tributary through forest on a bumpy dirt road past isolated pockets of Tay, Thai, H’mong and Man peoples before breaching a pass to enter the Tam Duong plain, which is covered in shark’s teeth like limestone karst.

      We would visit a Mang village near Sin Ho, the guide will buy some food to give to the head of the village, and he later distributes our donations to the villagers. We stay O/N at Phuong Thanh Hotel.

      Day 6: Tam Duong Motorcycle Tour – Sapa. ~90 km, ~4 h.

      Tam Duong market in the morning. There are colourful Montargnard groups living in Tam Duong: Black H’mong and Dzao. ~10 am: beautiful ride at slow pace on bumpy road to Sapa. We will have a big breakfast because there is nothing to eat on the way, just us with the wildness. We stay O/N in Cat Cat Hotel.

      Day 7: Sapa – Trekking.

      Sapa and Bac Ha are now quite touristy. However, we can trek to Ta Van village where is dominated by Giay people. We pass Lao Chai village on the way and lunch could be in Lao Chai, Ta Van, or wherever we want. The children will go together with you along the way. We stay O/N in a stilt house of Giay.

      Day 8: Sapa Motorcycle Tour – Lao Cai, ~40 km, ~1.5 h.

      Depending on the group’s mood, we can either take it easy in Sa Pa town, or make excursions back to the top of the highest pass in Vietnam, or down deep into the amazing Sapa valley. All options are dominated by the crest of the enormous Fansipan mountain range that looms over 2,000 metres above us. The entire region is populated by H’mong, Giay, Tay and Dao people. In the afternoon we head back down to Lao Cai, where we catch the overnight train back to Hanoi, arriving in Hanoi at 6 am the next morning. Overnight on the train. Arrive Hanoi at 5.30 am next morning.

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    Our Accommodations

    Our Accommodations:

    When Motorcycle we stay in friendly hotel, guesthouse or homestays. Some are more basic than others! Bear in mind that some of the places we overnight in are not on the standard tourist trail.In larger cities and towns, our hotels are generally more western style and are three or four hotels or resort. Please do not expect the same standard as you would your home.

    Our Homestays:

    Homestay in the villages is simple interm of bedding condition and ementies. We will sleep on beds or floor with mattress, clean sheet, pillow and mosquito nets. Toilet is usually western style.

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
    Hotel Accommodations

    Homestays

    General rules for motorbike riding in Vietnam & Other country

    It is claimed that riding motorbike in Vietnam & other country is not easy, especially for the inexperienced ones. However, it would be much easier for motorcyclists if they follow the rules and traffic laws of Vietnam & other country rigidly. To ensure that you have a safe motorcycle trip and lifetime experience in Vietnam, there are some regulations that you need to bear in mind:

    • Helmet is a compulsory equipment for motorbike riding
    • You should use the high-quality helmet which was certified by traffic safety management bureaus or helmets following international standards. If you use the cheap helmet, it could be dangerous in case of injuries and accidents.
    • In Vietnam, we follow the right hand side rule of traffic
    • Be confident and decisive when riding. Don’t freak out or be nervous.
    • Ride carefully and control the speed in different circumstances.
    • In Vietnam & other country, it is acceptable in using horn. Therefore, using it smartly because it could help you avoid undesirable cases. In some routes, there might be blind corners or crossroads, so it would be useful to utilize horn.
    • Give ways to bigger vehicles such as trucks, cars, buses or cart-transporting vehicles. It can ensure your safety and one thing for sure, they would take up for big parts of road surface.
    • Ride slowly when making a turn. It is important for you to push the light signals and sound so the left-behind vehicles are aware of your turn. However, you are advised to use your hand gesture and body language also because it would be more noticeable (waving hand when you want to turn left or right)
    • Show your respect and friendliness to people on the roads. Avoid conflicts with others because you don’t know who you are facing with.
    • Be friendly and chummy to other vehicle controllers when they greet you.
    • Be polite with the police. Don’t show out your abnormal or strange and suspicious behaviors on the road and the police will get no attention on you.
    • Drinking and riding should not be gone along.
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