This tour offers you an unique look in to one of the most beautiful places in
the North of Vietnam. HaGiang is well known not just for its own beauty but
also interesting weekly markets with colorful traditional outfit, worn
by local people. A ride through winding roads in Ha Giang with its spectacular
view will be unforgetable
The legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail was the supply line used by North Vietnam to
link North and South Vietnam during the American War. Soldiers, ammunition,
weapons and supplies were carried by hand, on bicycle and truck for hundreds of
kilometres through the otherwise impenetrable jungle that covered Vietnam’s
mountainous border with Laos. A ride along the former trail will bring you a
deeper look of Vietnam's history and also its beauty.
HTML clipboardTraveling in the North West region of Vietnam is always a fantastic experience.
Along the way you will encounter dramatic landscapes and sweeping panoramas;
enjoy the unforgettable hospitality of the hill tribe groups; explore an
incredibly beautiful area boasting waterfalls, high passes and terraced valleys.
The highlight of the trip is a home stay with the White Thai people, the
historic battlefield of Dien Bien Phu and the old, French hill station of Sapa.
Discover Vietnam’s rugged and scenic northeast and its people first hand. By
taking to the roads and riding from the capital Hanoi to the remote area of the
northwest we can see life as it truly is for the Vietnamese. The perfect
itinerary and the support crew ensure you get the most out of the trip in terms
of comfort, enjoyment and adventure. Along the way we encounter dramatic
landscapes and sweeping panoramas as the rural population goes about its
business. Highlights include the terraced valleys of Sapa, challenging roads,
stunning scenery and many different colorful minority groups.
You are a good motor driver in your country - but try it to find out the difference with Vietnam road and Vietnam traffic style. An amazing experience, on the saddle of the motorbike, through 6 provinces stretched along the border with Lao and the border with China, meeting lots of colorful minorities, with trekking and visiting the local villages. And the most interesting thing is to visit the Sunday markets seeing the trading of the hill tribes.