Trip Description & Day-by-day Itinerary
The Vietnam Motorbike Tour 3 days starts from Hanoi, taking you to Mai Chau, Pu Luong, and Tam Coc where you enjoy peaceful, rural places, staying at local home, discovering the culture of the Thai, Muong. This is a private tour, provided with either scooters or motorbikes, with local English-speaking support.
DAY 1: HANOI -> MAI CHAU
You will be met up with our team and transferred by taxi to the outskirt of Hanoi. Then you start your adventure leaving the busy city behind. After an hour, your adventure brings you to spectacular view of hilly countryside road to Mai Chau in Hoa Binh province. Some stops will be made on the way for pictures and tea/coffee.
Arrive in Mai Chau at noon. Check into a local stilt house and seat down for lunch.
After lunch, enjoy a short walk to see the village and enjoy the countryside of this charming valley.
Dinner and enjoy the Local Musical performance. Spend the night in a local Thai‘s stilt house (homestay).
DAY 2: MAI CHAU -> PU LUONG -> TAM COC
After breakfast, provided at the local home, you will start your bike ride to Co Luong. Enjoy the scenery of the Nature Reserve area while riding and meet up with locals with their hospitality on the way.
You continue riding along the beautiful Ma River with countryside view.
In the afternoon you ride on nice high way before arriving in Tam Coc. Check into a local hotel.
Dinner will be provided either at hotel or in a local restaurant in town. Overnight in Tam Coc at hotel.
DAY 3: TAM COC -> HANOI
Breakfast at hotel. Enjoy the two-hour boat trip to see Tam Coc that means ”three lakes” and is called ”Halong Bay on land”, really amazing with the rocky mountains, and you will be completely dazzle when paddling through the green paddy fields on two sides of the lakes and more interesting to go through three caves. It takes about 2 and a half hour to discover the beauty of the nature here before getting off boat to visit an old temple (Thaivi Temples), That is located on a nice scenery and more interesting to know about its history.
After the boat trip, you may want to ride on a backroads to Hoa Lu temples where you stop for a short visit before riding back to Hanoi.