Exploring Vietnam Through Easy Riders Tour
Although it is entirely possible to rent a motorbike or motorcycle of your own to explore the beautiful country of Vietnam, for those who don’t quite feel comfortable driving one, Vienam Easy Riders makes things a whole lot simpler and more enjoyable.
All you need to do is hop on the back of a motorbike that is being driven by one of the many experienced drivers and you can spend all day looking around you and taking in all that the country has to offer.
There are many different tour companies that operate throughout many parts of Vietnam and all of which who can offer you an incredible experience that you will surely not soon forget. The following are some of the most popular routes and destinations you can choose if you decide to explore Vietnam through the use of an Easy Rider…
Hoi An to Saigon – 7 Days
Hop on the back of the motorbike with your driver and start off in Northern Vietnam in the city of Hoi An. Along the way, you will be able to stop off and visit various sights like the My Son Cham Temple Hollyland and other stops along the way crossing over beautiful bridges and taking ferries through Thu Bon River. On this 7-day tour you can witness breathtaking sceneries and interact with locals along the way.
Dalat to Nha Trang – 3 Days
Departing from the south area of Dalat, Vietnam you get to experience a picturesque hotel museum, explore mountain pathways and even visit a local mushroom farm and silk factory. Making through the various parts of the Central Highlands of Vietnam will enable you to gain a better understanding of what life is like outside of the hustle and bustle of the bigger cities. Many travelers who choose to explore Vietnam through the use of Easy Riders say it is one of the most beautiful and most relaxing ways to see the country.
Saigon Northwest Loop – 22 Days
This 22-day adventure is not for the faint of heart and with that being said, is an absolute once in a lifetime opportunity. Of course you can always make the time shorter but to be able to be out on the roads and exploring so many different parts of Vietnam, will have you looking at aspects about the country in a whole different way. Stay in hotels and homestays along the way and become friends with both your driver and the locals.