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July 2-13 2024
August 3-14 2024
July 2-13 2025
August 3-14 2025


Twelve days takes us through some of Vietnam’s wildest and most diverse hidden highland areas. Winding roads thread through jungle-covered mountains, deep gorges, and isolated wooden villages where little has changed for hundreds of years. Local farmers, hill-tribes and excited children will wave us on our way as we ride deep into Vietnam’s rural mountainous heart.

Many of the roads we ride see low traffic, and we encounter parts of Vietnam that's rarely seen by the outside world. There’s nothing like the sense of freedom and adventure when riding these spectacular roads and meeting the exceptionally hospitable locals along the way. We travel at a relaxed pace with plenty of time for random roadside stops, allowing you to really take everything in and get the most out of this unique experience.


Our very helpful in-house personalized booking service makes planning and booking a breeze. The itinerary below gives you a taste of what to expect on this amazing ride.

one night pre and post tour accommodation is on this ride .. 


Day 1: Vietnam: 100km
Great Ocean Road of Nha Trang - Vinh Hy
Great Ocean Road of Nha Trang - Vinh Hy.jpg
Good morning Vietnam! Nha Trang spectacular sunrises, perfect for an early morning stroll or dip in the ocean . after breakfast and checked out of our hotel and with your baggage loaded in our support van,  we soon arrive at VMT HQ. Meet the bikes & crew. followed by a rider briefing, covering all aspects of the ride ahead, ideally located on the small road that's perfect for you to become familiar with your motorcycle before we head off .
Today is a incredible journey heading south along the Great Ocean Road of Nha Trang with spectacular ocean views and surrounding islands. Before riding the edge of Cam Ranh Bay and on-wards to the twisty ocean road that leads us to Vinh Hy bay . This superb road carved into the ocean rock cliff-face with endless ocean views around every corner .

Our overnight at Vinh Hy resort has us located on the waters edge of Vinh Hy bay. This stunning seaside fishing village is a real treat of what the real Vietnam is all about with a mix of local culture and cool array of waterfront bars, cafes & restaurants . explore the lane-ways filled with quaint homes and be greeted by friendly locals .
Enjoy a cool beverage by our resort pool or join us on a afternoon boat trip exploring the rocky outcrop coastline, enjoy a dip in the warm blue tropical waters with some nice coral reefs.
Day 2 : Vietnam: 140km
Vinh Hy - Dalat
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Enjoy a morning dip in the pool or visit the local market . we say our goodbyes to Vinh Hy. Saddled up on our trusty steeds . the morning ride has us hugging the coastline before heading north west into the mountains of the Central Highlands, "A riders Paradise."
As we ride up the mountain pass heading towards the hill top retreat of Dalat, you can enjoy breathtaking views and roadside waterfalls glisten in the sun. Famed as the 'Swiss Alps of Vietnam,' Dalat holds some very unique European-influenced architecture and has a much cooler climate than the surrounding areas. in the American war, Dalat was a popular respite for commanders and war correspondents alike, who were fortunate enough to escape the front lines. Many strategies were devised here, though Dalat was largely untouched by the fighting. However, it was in fact home to the National Military Academy. Dalat today is famed as the city of love, partially owing to its flower growing, it has become a popular holiday retreat for young Vietnamese couples. Evenings are cool and the local night market is a must-see.  enjoy the comforts of our very welcoming hotel .
Day 3 : Vietnam: 155km
Dalat - Lak Lake
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Ready to Ride?

We've got another great day ahead! Back in the saddle, we ride from Dalat to Lak Lake.
Featuring winding back roads that carve through coffee fields and rural farms, this is an outstanding ride.
Plenty of stops along the way allow us to try some local coffee & visit an old (and very interesting!) silk-making factory. We will then pass through some small villages, where you will see countless farmers tending crops Vietnamese style! Roads in these parts are often shared by farmers & livestock, children walking to and from school etc. So keep focused!

You'll soon get accustomed to the low speed riding in Vietnam. Not only is at necessary for safety, but it also allows you the time to really take in the sheer beauty of this truly incredible country. We will then arrive at our overnight guesthouse, offering quality rooms with air-con & wifi.

Better still, we are located across from Lak Lake and the surrounding rice fields! Not to mention the constant flow of passing elephants.. Did anyone mention a cold beer too?! Local foods in these regions are super fresh and tasty...

Lak Lake is also home to several minority tribes and some traditional villages that are well worth taking the time to look at!
Day 4 : Vietnam: 125km
Lak Lake - Buon Ma Thuot
Easy start into today;
We saddle up and ride into the Dak Nong province, which was the scene of many conflicts and heavy bombing by the US Air-force. Today these regions are farmed coffee plantations. The roads winding through the regions provide not only great riding, but also a true insight of this mighty country.
Lak Lake - Buon Ma Thuot.jpg
Our lunch stop is at the impressive Dray Sap waterfalls - great for dip while our lunch is prepared! Back out on the road, our ride will have us arriving at our hotel in BMT Time to relax, take a dip in the pool and sip a cool drink or take a stroll down to the local markets .
Day 5 : Vietnam: 230km
Buon Ma Thuot - Kon Tum
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One of the longer stretches of riding sets oft today... and it just keeps getting better! More awesome roads, lush jungle, rubber tree plantations, altitude changes, minority villages and much more! Venturing deep and entering the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail, we will show you the famed supply route that carves through the most remote mountain jungles of Vietnam. Used by the Viet Cong to send troops and supplies from North to South throughout the raging war, today the Ho Chi Minh trail is a joy for riders to behold. This incredible road is simply amazing!
Over the coming days you will see Vietnam from a truly unique perspective.This is true-motorcycling adventure! You'll appreciate a cold beer and a comfortable bed after today's long haul, which we will be more than happy to provide you with!
Day 6 : Vietnam : 180km
Kon Tum - Kham Duc
This is the proper Ho Chi Minh trail in all it's twisting and undulating glory! Steeped in history, crucial to the war effort, vital to the life blood of Vietnam, it virtually speaks to you as you negotiate each turn. This is where the bulk of the riding footage from that famous Top Gear special took place so soak it up and enjoy what will be one of the best days of your life!
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As many of our riders state, they just cant believe the sheer beauty of these areas and the amazing roads which you simply have to see for yourself!

Overnight we will stay at our Hotel in Kam Duc, featuring an in-house kitchen that cooks some great meals. Plenty of cool drinks to be had, as always!
Day 7 : Vietnam : 300km
Kham Duc - Khe Sanh
Kham Duc - Khe Sanh.jpg
I always have the Cold-Chisel song 'Khe Sanh' humming through my mind on this road... The twisting roads that follow Da Krong River hold views across outstanding scenery. Villagers can be seen taking care of the day's washing in the river, this place is amazing! I really feel alive, my veins are always filled with ADVENTURE here!
Old traditional handmade village huts line the roadside, making this a grand day on so many levels.
Vietnam touches your heart in so many ways, rich in history, deep in culture. Feeling at one with my trusty iron horse. Sharing the experience with the VMT crew and like-minded riders is something that will stay deep with you as one your most incredible adventures.

This isolated and rarely used section of road passes through majestic scenery close to the Laos border.

When we reach our destination of Khe Sanh, we will have a great overnight hotel stay with awesome food, splitting the bill on a hearty meal that will cost just a few dollars.
Day 8 : Vietnam : 160km
Khe Sanh - Hue
Today ride has us winding down through the rural mountain ranges towards the ancient city of Hue, Located on the banks of the Perfume River, Hue is undoubtedly one of the most important historical cities in Vietnam.  was the national capital until 1945. The Imperial Citadel is well known for its historic monuments, which have earned it a place in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Hue is home to an array of shop-houses selling gift-wares . walking streets filled with cafes & bars .   our hotel has a nice rooftop pool . 
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Day 9 : Vietnam
Hue City tour
Hue city. Our VIP tour of The imperial architecture of Hue which dates from the 4th century is famous throughout Vietnam. Citadels, palaces, pagodas and royal tombs fill the city and dot the surrounding countryside. There is so much to see here that it almost blends into atmosphere, the harmonic mixture ot old and new in this town is simply astounding to see, with locals ancient treasures that seem entirely normalized to them. afternoon sees us back at the hotel . relax by the pool or book a massage, enjoy a drink at one of many fine cafes and bars and eateries 
Enjoy an awesome breakfast in this UNESCO listed heritage town! Hue is a city that is held close to the hearts of poets, romantics and musicians who keep the old ways relevant against the backdrop of a booming Vietnam.
Day 10 : Vietnam: 95km
Hue - Danang
Good Morning Vietnam. enjoy our ride through the bustling streets of Hue heading south on a small road through coastal villages with plenty of interesting stops. we ride couple of big mountain tunnels, lunch is by a seaside lake. then its time to crack open the throttle over the incredible Hai Van pass!, This location was Top-Gear host Jeremy Clarkson's favorite stretch.   As he puts it, the road is, "a deserted ribbon of perfection" with its spectacular ocean views its an amazing experience to ride.  onward to Danang. A city that has plenty to offer with great beaches lined with ocean front bars & restaurants. 
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Day 11: Vietnam: 120km
Da Nang - Golden Bridge - Hoi An
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This morning sees us riding across, to the Golden Bridge & Ba Na Hills, this 500-foot-long golden bridge appears to be cradled by two gigantic hands amidst the clouds, the bridge is truly amazing and a must see, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and forests, seeing Danang spread out below.  we enjoy lunch before taking a cable car back to the bikes and ready to ride across to Hoi An. this last stretch of road has a nice relaxed feel, as we roll through the backs streets into Ancient town of Hoi An .  greeted with welcoming drink by the pool.
Day 12: Vietnam
Hoi An

Good Morning Hoi An after a great night rest. enjoy the morning splendor with coffee by one of the many local street vendors. after breakfast by the the pool.   its time to explore and the best way to absorb the beauty of this city is on foot .Hoi An is recognized as a world heritage site by UNESCO the small yet beautiful town with its own unique atmosphere combines elements of Vietnam, China and Japan.The most remarkable views are from the ancient houses, reminding us of a long gone past and providing a momentary glimpse of a more subdued and simple time.

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our journey includes visits to Hoi An Market, Hoi An Museum, many of the town’s renowned Ancient Houses which boast a remarkable architectural style, Assembly Halls of Chinese influence, Art Craft Manufacturing and of course the must-see Japanese Covered Bridge. These spots are considered as typical architecture styles in Hoi An and reflect clearly the cross culture among France, Japan, China and Vietnam. Passing over hundreds of years and withstanding the severity of the weather, Hoi An still exists and keeps the ancient and quiet beauty. Once strolling around the ancient city, you will contemplate the simple and rustic life activities, the trellises of windflowers covering around the houses. we dine on a superb lunch in a local restaurant .
Early afternoon has us arriving back at our hotel . Relax by the pool or book yourself a massage. enjoy our final overnight stay and concluding this incredible 12 day journey through beautiful Vietnam.

Congratulations on completing one of the finest motorcycle journeys on earth .





VMT is an Australian owned company that has emphasised combining expert local knowledge with high western standards. This winning combination has resulted in these ultimate motorbike adventure tours.

Send us a message via our enquiry page. 



  • The stunning coastal city of Nha Trang

  • Incredible views of the central highlands

  • Remote Hill Tribes and villages

  • Old war history sites

  • Countless corners of the Ho Chi Minh Trail 

  • Imperial citadel in Hue, the ancient capital

  • Khe Sanh war museum 

  • Busy night life in the ancient town of Hoi An

  • Scenic coast views on the Hai Van Pass



  • Airport pick up and transfers

  • Flights and transfers within Vietnam 

  • Quality overnight stays with western style bathrooms and WiFi

  • Our famed VMT English speaking guides and support crew 

  • Our fully maintained fleet of motorcycles which are comfy and perfect for touring Vietnam

  • All breakfasts, lunches and welcome dinner (special dietary requests available)

  • Detailed rider briefings, VMT t-shirt and touring map 

  • Minivan for baggage transfers, carrying supplies, and limited seats for non-riders while on tour

  • Entrance tickets and permits

  • Limited third party and bike damage cover

  • All fuel, mechanical and spares

  • 24 hour back-to-base support and field medical kit


Prefer a temporary Vietnamese licence?

We can arrange this for you and handle all the required paperwork. 

Just let us know during the booking process.



  • Quality clean overnight stays in twin-share hotels - Homestay - all with wifi

  • one night pre - post-tour accommodation

  • VIP private transfers

  • Domestic flights within Vietnam “as per tour itinerary”

  • Expert guides - VMT support crew

  • Lifan motorcycle with all fuel - oil

  • Full mechanical support

  • Support Minivan - luggage transfers

  • All Breakfast & lunches - one welcome dinner

  •  VMT T-shirt - cap - Vietnam touring map

  • Endless bottled water, fruits & snacks

  • Field medical kit - 24hr back-to-base support

  • Motorcycle damage cover - 3rd limited party cover

  • Return motorbike freight to headquarters


  •  Motorcycle riding gear

  • International flights - visa

  • Personal travel insurance
    All riders must have travel insurance
    (must include motorcycling cover)


  • Dinner meals - beverages

Vietnam MotorBike Toursare designed for riders seeking the ultimate adventure by exploring the best back roads in Vietnam. 

Limited places, so book early!​​​​

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