Vietnam Motorbike Tour from Ho Chi Minh 7-day Loop

Vietnam Motorbike Tour from Ho Chi Minh: An Unforgettable Adventure

Are you looking for an unforgettable adventure through the captivating landscapes of Vietnam? If you crave an adrenaline-pumping experience and want to explore the hidden gems of this beautiful country, a Vietnam motorbike tour from Ho Chi Minh City might be just what you need. Vietnam is a land of diverse cultures, lush greenery, pristine beaches, and bustling cities, making it an ideal destination for motorcycle enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike.

Motorbike Tour from Ho Chi Minh

The Itinerary Vietnam Motorbike Tour from Ho Chi Minh 6-day Loop

Day 1: Sai Gon – Long Hai (120km)
Leaving Sai Gon, the most prosperous city in Vietnam, we will ride through the city, get to the countryside, and see more beauties and daily activities of local people.Crossing the Saigon River by the big ferry, things getting change a lot. Visit the rubber plantations, ride on the countryside to visit different plans, and get to visit one of the very old tunnels during the Vietnam War – the Kim Long Tunnel.A quick stop to visit the beautiful monastery temple – Thuong Chieu, and visit many salt fields on the way. Before heading to Long Hai, we will pass by the peaceful mountain with a small temple.Get to Long Hai around 4-5:00 pm, you can take a swim and enjoy the sunset on the beach. Staying in Long Hai at a standard hotel.
Day 2: Long Hai – Mui Ne (200km)
This day is the longest ride for the whole trip, but the ride along the coastline from Long Hai to Mui Ne can impress all motorcyclists with the breathtaking scenery of the ocean and plenty of many interesting places to visit. Riding through the kingdom of Dragon Fruit plans of Vietnam, get to understand how locals grow this beautiful plan and try the freshest one right on the farm.On the way, we will have many stops to interact with locals to understand more about locals’ life, and also great stops for taking photos. Visit the fairy stream before getting to Mui Ne, and stay overnight at the standard hotel
Day 3: Mui Ne – Da Lat (150km)
Before leaving Mui Ne, you will have a chance to visit the fishing village to see more about the life of fishermen in Vietnam and go to the famous White Sand Dunes, you also can try riding through the dunes by ATV bike to see all the beauties of the dunes.Riding up the highlands with the views of the majestic mountains, visit the ethnic minority village of K’ho people. Vwe will visit the Pongour waterfall, which used to be one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the South of Vietnam.Stop at Tuyen Lam Lake before getting to Dalat.
Day 4: Da Lat – Lak lake (160km)
Before hitting the roads, we will visit the Crazy House, a picturesque hotel museum in Dalat. Then we start our first day driving along the mountain paths, stopping along the way to visit local workshops and silk factory. The Happy Buddha also awaits us with his big smile.After a mouth-watering lunch, we will drive along the Jungle Way stopping over to see coffee plantations and the beautiful Elephant fall. From there, we drive directly to Lak Lake, staying overnight with a local family in a M’nong hill tribe typical longhouse. 
Day 5: Lak Lake – Draysap – DakMil (160km)Waking up in Lak Lake is like getting back to the past. Take an early morning walk in the village to appreciate the local daily live, learning about their customs and culture. You also have the option to go for an elephant ride around the village (extra charge applies).Leaving Lak Lake, we are now on our way to  to Draysap waterfall, one of the highlights of Central highlands and the largest in the area.  We will do a short trekking in the jungle followed by a swim and natural spa in Gia Long fall. Overnight stay in Dakmil.

Day 6: Dakmil – Ho Chi Minh trail – Dong Xoai (220km)

Today we inmerse ourselves in the famous Ho Chi Minh trail and its magnific scenery. Our stops today include visits to rubber, peper, coffee and curry plantations. We will get as close as it gets to the Cambodian border on the real war remmant Ho Chi Minh trail. Overnight in a cozy guesthouse at Dongxoai, a border town. 

Day 7: Dong Xoai town – Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) (180km)

On our way to Saigon, we visit the famous Cu Chi tunnels, immense network of connecting underground tunnels stretching for over 200kms. Location of severe military campaigns, these tunnels played a vital part in the war. Riding down to the city, the hustle and bustle of Saigon awaits you after that. Check in the hotel and end of the trip.The tour will finish around 3:00 – 4:00pm.


A Vietnam motorbike tour from Ho Chi Minh City is an experience like no other. From the bustling streets of Ho Chi Minh to the tranquil waters of Ha Long Bay, this journey offers a mesmerizing blend of culture, history, and natural beauty. Each destination is unique, and every mile on the road promises new adventures.

So, if you’re ready to embark on an epic motorbike adventure, pack your bags and join us on this unforgettable journey through the heart of Vietnam. Whether you’re a seasoned rider or a novice, this tour caters to all, ensuring the trip of a lifetime.


English speaking guides,  protection gears, tickets, entrance fees, All meals and soft drinks during tours 6 nights accommodations


Travel insurance, alcohol drinks, bike damage, some small tip if the guide make your day (optional).

What to bring

You should prepare some sunscreen for the day, unless you wanna become lobsters :)))

For the long ride, we always recommend trousers and long sleeved shirts, along with sandals or sneakers to protect you from the heat, just make sure that you don’t mind getting them a bit wet/dirty. Flip flops are not good for activities, we all know shoes make you look more active and cooler in the photos.

A pair of sunglasses will help, as with a small personal bag to keep your belongings.

Don’t forget to bring you camera, there are lots of beautiful and interesting things to capture for the whole day.