Hanoi To Saigon Along HoChiMinh Trails – 16 Days

Hanoi To Saigon Along HoChiMinh Trails . For those who have a lot of time in Vietnam, grab the chance to explore all three regions of this beautiful country on a 16-day 4x4wd tour from Hanoi to Saigon via Ho Chi Minh Trail right now. It will take you through all the most famous landmarks in Vietnam such as Mai Chau, Phong Nha Ke Bang, Hue, Nha Trang, Da Lat, and more. Not only do you have the opportunity to challenge your riding skills on the fantastic beaten paths, but also immerse yourself in incredible beaches, discover unique Vietnamese cuisine and culture. So, hesitate no more, let’s pack your backpack and enjoy the ride now !

Day 1: Hanoi – Phu Yen (180 km)

8:00 AM After moving to the gathering point and listening to the guide informing some rules during the trip, our  team set off for Phu Yen – a small mountainous district of Son La province. On the way, we will stop in Son Tay to rest and pay a quick visit to Son Tay prison camp, where you can learn more about the illustrious history of Vietnamese people.Enjoy lunch here before continuing towards Phu Yen on spectacular off-road trails. Cross Moc Chau Plateau, where you will admire the breathtaking view of the immense tea hills and the vast gardens of plum and peach trees. We arrive in Phu Yen in the late afternoon, then have dinner and spend the first night at a hotel here.

Summary:

Distance: 180 km

Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 2: Phu Yen – Mai Chau (155 km)

Tour is long enough for you to explore all three regions of Vietnam. Today’s destination is Mai Chau, a peaceful land famous for its brilliant rice fields and unique stilt houses of ethnic minorities. Follow the winding off-road paths and ride on an old road built in the French colonial era until we reach Mai Chau.We will spend the entire afternoon today exploring Mai Chau. Nestled among majestic green mountains, this beautiful valley is home to many hill tribes, mostly Thai and H’mong people. Soak up the fresh air and magnificent scenery as well as chat with friendly locals to learn about their unique culture before riding to a Thai stilt house, where we will have dinner and stay overnight.

Summary:

Distance: 155 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Homestay

Day 3: Mai Chau – Tan Ky (285 km)

Have breakfast and say goodbye to the host before leaving for Tan Ky. Join the beautiful winding road along the Ma River until we reach the town of Cam Thuy. Lunch with local specialties is served at a roadside restaurant here.After a short break, we carry on the ride on the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail. In the past, this route was very narrow and rugged, but since it was built into a new highway, conquering it is much easier. Upon getting to Tan Ky, we check in the hotel, enjoy dinner, and relax at a local hotel to regain energy for the next ride.

Summary:

Distance: 285 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 4: Tan Ky – Phong Nha Ke Bang (280 km)

It is a long trip today, so we will get up early to enjoy breakfast and get ready to go. Our crew continues heading to Central Vietnam on the historic Ho Chi Minh Trail. On the way, you have the chance to visit many historical monuments that preserve a lot of remnants of the Vietnam War. Then, we make a stop in Pho Chau district of Nghe An province to rest and have lunch.The afternoon ride will take you to one of the marvellous masterpieces of Mother Nature – Phong Nha Ke Bang, which boasts the largest and most beautiful caves in the world. We have a quick look at this wonderful destination and then, keep going to the hotel in Phong Nha to relax after a long day of riding.

Summary:

Distance: 280 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hote

Day 5: Phong Nha – Dong Hoi (70 km)

Today, we will spend time discovering Phong Nha Ke Bang caves before heading to Dong Hoi. Recognized as a World Natural Heritage in 2003, this national park boasts the most beautiful and magnificent cave systems in the world. Take a boat trip, and you have the chance to admire spectacular limestone scenery, underground river systems and stalactites with countless unique shapes. You can also visit some historical sites here if you want to learn more about the rich culture and history of Vietnamese people.

After lunch, our team keeps riding to Dong Hoi – a beautiful land with beautiful beaches. Today’s trip ends at a seaside hotel where you can enjoy stunning views of the long beach from the balcony and have a good night’s sleep.

Summary:

Distance: 70 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 6: Dong Hoi – Khe Sanh (200 km)

From Dong Hoi, we continue joining the Ho Chi Minh Trail to reach Khe Sanh, where the Battle of Khe Sanh took place – one of the longest and bloodiest battles in the Vietnam War. This ride offers you a great opportunity to explore many historical sites of Vietnam. On the way, we cross Hien Luong Bridge, Vinh Moc Tunnel before having a quick stop at Truong Son Cemetery to pay respect to the soldiers who died in the war. Arrive Khe Sanh in the late afternoon, then we check in the hotel, have dinner and relax after a long day of riding.

Summary:

Distance: 200 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 7: Khe Sanh – Aluoi – Hue City (180 km)

Get out of Dong Hoi, and we then cross the famous Dakrong Bridge and A Shau valley, a place to keep many vestiges of the Vietnam War. Keep embarking on the Ho Chi Minh Trail and pass Hamburger hill until we come to a mountainous district in Hue called A Luoi. The ride leading to A Luoi is not a joke with dangerous beaten roads, but the beautiful scenery of waterfalls, majestic mountains, and stunning bridges will be a worthy reward for you.From A Luoi, our motorbike team continues to conquer the 60 km long road through the large rice fields to Hue city. Enjoy dinner and stay overnight at the hotel in this peaceful city.

Summary:

Distance: 180 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 8: Hue – Hoi An (150 km)

The ride from Hue to Hoi An along Thuan An Beach and via Hai Van Pass is considered one of the most famous and spectacular routes for two-wheel lovers in Vietnam. Each kilometer on the way offers a picturesque landscape that makes you can’t help picking up the camera and taking some nice photos. Due to the opening of the tunnel in 2005, the traffic density on the pass sharply decreased, making it a paradise for high-speed riders. After crossing Hai Van Pass, we keep following the Ho Chi Minh Trail to Hoi An. You will have a glimpse of the nightlife in this old town before returning to the hotel to rest and regain energy for the next exciting experience.

Summary:

Distance: 150 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 9: Explore Hoi An

After long days roaming on the beaten roads, we will spend the whole today exploring Hoi An ancient town. Hoi An appeals tourists around the world for the wonderful streets filled with colorful lanterns and unique architectural works. Eastern and Western architecture, classic and modern style – all combined harmoniously to create an extremely impressive Hoi An. After walking around the ancient town to go sightseeing and enjoy tasty local foods, if you want, you can cross the 20 km road to reach My Khe beach in Da Nang to feel the salinity of the sea. Finally, return to the hotel in Hoi An to stay overnight.

Day 10: Hoi An – Kon Tum (280 km)

We leave Hoi An in the morning and rejoin the Ho Chi Minh Trail to Kon Tum. After reaching Phuoc Son, we continue to cross Lo Su Pass and make some stops along the way to explore the small villages of ethnic minorities. Passing by all the mountains and winding offroad roads until we get closer to the Laos border, we turn into Kon Tum where we will enjoy a comfortable night at a local hotel.

Summary:

Distance: 280 KM

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 11: Kon Tum – Buon Ma Thuot (240 km)

After breakfast, our crew continues heading south via Central Highlands. Today’s destination is Buon Ma Thuot – the land of immense coffee plantations. The coffee grown here has a unique taste that can’t be found anywhere else, so do not forget to try a cup of Buon Ma Thuot coffee, or you will regret your whole life.Our ride today starts from Kon Tum to Pleiku, then cross the la Drang Valley. After arriving in Buon Ma Thuot, we check in the homestay, have dinner and relax to regain energy for the next days.

Summary:

Distance: 240 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Homestay

Day 12: Buon Ma Thuot – Nha Trang (190 km)

It is another exciting day on our amazing 16-day Vietnam 4x4wd tour from Hanoi to Saigon. After saying goodbye to the host, we go through Tay Son highlands and conquer the incredible coastal road to Nha Trang. It is a smooth ride today but could be the most memorable riding experience on the whole journey. Breathtaking scenery with one side of stunning sea and another of the cliff will surely fascinate you. We will have a quick visit to Nha Trang before returning to the hotel and overnight here.

Summary:

Distance: 190 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 13: Nha Trang – Da Lat (210 km)

Dubbed as the City of Love, Da Lat is a favorite holiday resort for both domestic and international tourists due to its mild climate and picturesque scenery. Leaving the coastal city of Nha Trang behind, we keep riding on steep roads to reach Da Lat. Spend time immersing in the peaceful atmosphere of this city to refresh yourself after a long day of riding.

Summary:

Distance: 210 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 14: Sightseeing tour around Da Lat

The temperate climate all year round, extraordinary scenery, and friendly people – it all makes you never get stuck on what to do in Dalat. Jumping on a motorbike is an ideal way to enjoy all the exciting experiences in this romantic city. You will have the chance to set foot in the immense pine forests, majestic waterfalls, brilliant flower gardens, and unique French-style buildings. If time permits, do not forget to visit ethnic minority villages near Dalat city where the long-standing traditional lifestyle is still maintained.

Summary:

Distance: 50 km

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 15: Da Lat – Cat Tien National Park (190km)

After breakfast, we embark on a ride to Cat Tien National Park that used to be the important base of Vietnamese troops during the war. The park is blessed with a rich ecosystem and featured a lowland tropical rainforest. However, some areas were seriously damaged by Agent Orange, so the vegetation has not yet grown back. Dinner and overnight at a guest house in Cat Tien National Park.

Summary:

Distance:190 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Accommodation: guest house

Day 16: Cat Tien – Saigon (160 km)

Enjoy the last moment of our tour with a ride from Cat Tien to Saigon. Conquering this route is not too difficult, but due to the crazy traffic in Saigon, it will take you a lot of time. Ride straight to the our TRUCK station where our 16-day Ho Chi Minh Trail 4×4 WD Tour from Hanoi to Saigon ends.

Summary:

Distance:160 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Tour price : Contact Us

Departure dates : Based on your inquiry

Group Size : 2 to 40 Travelers

Price Included :

  • Hotel accommodation on a twin sharing basis using 2,3,4 star hotels and Home-stay
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary (B = Breakfast), (L = :Lunch ) and (D = Dinner )
  • 4×4 WD Car
  • Gas for car
  • Services of an English speaking tour leader throughout
  • Sightseeing excursions as outlined in itinerary
  • Reasonable supply of bottled water in ice box on vehicle
  • Entrance fees at monuments and parks where applicable,sightseeing fees.

Price Not Included :

  • Expenses of a personal nature such as table drinks, laundry, mineral water, tips, shopping.
  • Any other meals or services not mentioned in the itinerary or ‘includes’ list.
  • Accommodation in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city ( Contact us if you need to book )
  • Travel Insurance
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