Discover Vietnam on a motorcycle road trip. Discover one of the most beautiful countries in the world aboard a motorbike, the best way to go through the highest mountains in northern Vietnam, along beautiful rivers through small paths and roads that will take you around the entirety of this unique region in the world.

Without forgetting the unique encounters with the local population which will make you fully acquainted with the Vietnamese culture. Get to know a whole joyful, warm and above all very generous population.

The routes are specially designed so that you do not miss anything of the activities to do or the panoramas to see in the north of Vietnam mainly. All routes are accessible whether you are a beginner or a seasoned biker.

The Vietnamese climate is different between the north, the south, and the center of the country: the best time for a motorcycle trip in Vietnam is from November to April. In the north and south, the climate is generally drier than in the center, and the center should be avoided before February to avoid the rains. Also, the north can be quite cold during the winter. So choose your dates carefully to go to Vietnam by motorbike, depending on the climate and the Tet holiday!

Roadtrip No. 1 – Adventure in the land of dragons – 8 days – 800 km Day 1: Hanoi – Ba Be Hanoi, a real must if you come to Vietnam! A large city but also a stopover for many tourists, Hanoi has a wide range of accommodation. It is therefore not hard to find accommodation, even at the last moment. The Vietnamese capital is essentially composed of four districts namely: Hai Ba Trung, Dong Da, Ba Dinh, Hoan Kiem and Ba Dinh. They are all very interesting to discover, but if for lack of time you have to make the choice, the Ba Dinh and Hoan Kiem districts are to be preferred.

Day 2: Ba Be National Park The ba be national park is of international importance classified by UNESCO, the park extends over five communes, covering 7,610 ha. The place is renowned for its great biodiversity of exceptional value presented by its many animal and plant species.Enjoy a motorbike ride through the trails of the park, which offers you sumptuous landscapes before reaching its heart, Ba Be Lake.

Day 3: Ba Be – LaVieVuLinh LaVieVuLinh is located 170 km from Hanoi on the banks of the artificial lake Thac Ba. The road to get there is very pleasant on a motorbike, you will go through zigzags between the traditional rice fields.LaVieVuLinh is located on the edge of a lake where you can practice all kinds of water activities.Day 4: LaVieVuLinh – Luc Yen – Xuan Giang You will be able to enjoy a superb road along the fjords of Thac Ba Lake as well as beautiful panoramas before reaching Xuan Giang.

Day 5: Xuan Giang – Bac Ha Around Xuan Giang, you can take a winding road allowing you to discover enchanting landscapes; China’s high mountains loom on the horizon. The road changes and becomes more zigzagging as you climb into the mountains and approach the Sino-Vietnamese border. You arrive in Bac Ha, known for its Sunday ethnic market.

Day 6: Bac Ha – Lung Phin – Lao Chai – Hanoi It’s time to reach Hanoi, it will take you 5 hours by road.

Day 7: Hanoi – Haiphong – Cat Ba – Bai Tu Long Bay Next to Halong Bay, the cousin of the world natural wonder has something to seduce those who are looking for landscapes that are just as picturesque and above all uncrowded. Direction Bai Tu Long Bay, a discreet beauty that surprises with its sublime islets and deserted beaches with fine sand.Day 8 Lan Ha Bay – Cat Ba – Haiphong You can finish this roadtrip in style by going to Haiphong, then return to Hanoi 2 hours away.

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Day 2: Cat Ba – Lang Son Direction Catba. Cat Ba Island, located on the southern flank of Halong Bay, is a veritable gold mine for nature lovers. It is the largest island in its archipelago of the same name, which includes 367 islands and islets. This archipelago is also an important biological reserve, recognized by UNESCO.

Day 3: Lang Son – Phuc Sen The RC4 (historic national road) runs along the Sino-Vietnamese border for 420 km, between Cao Bang and Lang Son. This road has played an extremely important strategic role in the history of Vietnam. By taking this route, you will be impressed by the rich wild beauty with magnificent round limestone formations, unique in Vietnam. It is also a paradise for hikers with a multitude of paths and breathtaking landscapes.

Day 4: Phuc Sen – Ban Gioc For this fourth day, you can sail towards one of the most beautiful provinces of Vietnam, a few indentations from China, to the North-East. This is the unique opportunity to see the Ban Gioc falls. These wonders are considered the most majestic in this country. If you have time, you can swim to the other side of the falls.

Day 5: Ban Gioc – Nam Ngua You then follow the border to arrive at Nam Ngua in the province of Cao Bang. By the way, you can visit the historic PacBo center, a real pride of the province.

Day 6: Nam Ngua – Bac Me You are driving due West with China on the right side. The panorama is quite exceptional. You reach the province of HaGiang, a city less mystical than Cao Bang, but more dramatic. You will be amazed by the very impressive peaks that adorn the panorama.

Day 7: Bac Me – Thong Nguyen To get to Thong Nguyen, the road that crosses the mountain can be very dangerous. The rest of the road is in good condition overall. In addition, you will cross several ethnic territories namely: Tay, Nung, Dao, Hmong, Hanhi, etc. Day 8 and 9: Thong Nguyen – Vu Linh We advise you to stay 2 days in Vu Linh in order to plan a small excursion such as a trek in the jungle or a boat trip.

Day 10: Vu Linh – Hanoi Join Hanoi, the city of departure in 3h30.

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