These exhilarating private motorbike tours depart daily from Hanoi and, after navigating the hectic city traffic, will take you along some of the most stunning roads in the whole of Vietnam. You will wind along dizzying mountain passes and descend into picturesque valleys where you will meet local villagers to discover the fascinating cultures in the north of Vietnam. There is a choice of routes to suit different abilities as some roads can be challenging.
The Great Trails is a motor biking tour to the most splendid areas of limestone mountains ranges and wonderful terraced paddy fields of Ba Be, Ha Giang and Sapa. Suitable for those who love adventure tours, and prefer untouched areas and exploring the cultural customs of the hill tribes, as well as for travellers interested in spectacular photo opportunities.
This motor biking tour will take you through an entire gamut of luscious landscapes: rugged, mountainous terrain, dense woods, lush and tranquil valleys and past vibrant markets, towns and villages. It will be a whole new way of experiencing the splendours of the country.
This motorbike tour features an easy ride which will take you to the remote areas in the Northeast of Vietnam. Here you will have the opportunity to experience the real life of many ethnic groups in an authentic setting.
From the lowlands of Tonkin to the wild and remote province of Ha Giang, this itinerary passes through the country’s diverse ethnic cultures and natural landscapes, including lakes, rivers, jungles, rice fields and dizzying mountain heights. Mr Linh's Adventures has designed this North-Eastern loop to provide an intimate and authentic encounter with Vietnam.
This motorbike trip will take you from the hectic roads of Hanoi to winding rural trail of Ba Be National Park where you can experience unspoilt natural beauty and authentic, traditional villages.
These four days of motor biking takes you to the pristine mountain lake of Ba Be, arguably Vietnam's most beautiful lake, situated 250 kilometres north of Hanoi. Surrounded by primary jungle and limestone cliffs, the surrounding areas are inhabited principally by Thai and H’mong peoples.