14 Days of Adventure!
Next trip – April 2020

 

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Global Motorbike Tours to Vietnam will introduce visitors to a mesmerizing and exotic country which boasts 2,000 years of history and a truly stunning landscape.

Vietnam is also a country of friendly people who will welcome you to their land of ancient cultures, vibrant cities, wondrous architecture and stunning natural settings with open arms.

 

 

  • Hanoi
  • Ninh Binh
  • Vinh
  • Phong Nha
  • Khe Sanh
  • Hue
  • Hoi an

Brief Highlights

Hanoi – Hanoi, located on the banks of the Red River, is one of the most ancient capitals in the world, where travelers can find well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas, and unique museums within the city center. A great place to explore on foot, this French-colonial city is also known for its delectable cuisine, vibrant nightlife, silks, and handicrafts, as well as a multi-cultural community that’s made up of Chinese, French and Russian influences.
Ninh Binh – Located on the Southern end of the Red River Delta, Ninh Binh is blessed with a diverse topography of both mountainous and coastal areas. It can be said that the province contains all the scenic quintessence of whole Vietnam within its relatively small size. Not only that, Ninh Binh represents typical rural villages of the Northern region with vast green paddy field, expanding mountains and the poetic river that flows to the horizon.

 

 

Vinh – Practically obliterated during the American War, Vinh was rebuilt with East German aid – hence the brutalist concrete architecture dominating downtown. The only reasons to stop here are if you’re a Ho Chi Minh devotee (he was born in a nearby village), or if you’re heading to Laos.
Phong Nha – Explore Phong Nha, which is the most famous as the home of multiple extraordinary caves including dry and water caves. Paradise Cave is considered the most beautiful cave in Phong Nha, a giant cave with magnificent beauty of numerous stalagmites and stalactites which make you feel like being the Heaven.

 

 

Khe Sanh – Khe Sanh was a US garrison base in South Vietnam since 1962. Its importance was a result of its position. US forces based at Khe Sanh were very well placed to patrol the nearby Ho Chi Minh Trail. The base also acted as the western end base for the demilitarised zone that separated the North and South Vietnam.
Hue – Located on the bank of Song Huong- Perfume River; Hue, the capital of Thua Thien Hue province in Central Vietnam, is 700 km southern Hanoi, 1100km northern Ho Chi Minh City, and only a few miles from the sea. Not until 1945 was Hue the national capital, the political, cultural and religious center of Vietnam under the control of Nguyen Dynasty. Most well-known for its historic values; Hue had been recognized as one of the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

 

 

Hoi An – Warm-hearted, welcoming and traditional, but never out of touch with the outside world, the people of Hoi An are in overdrive mode trying to catch up to the opportunities their new found fame has recently given them. A slow stroll through town reveals its gems. Hoi An has to this days well preserved its most sacred treasure, the centuries-old architecture. The town used to harbor foreign traders back in the 17-18th, and once is an important heavily-frequented trading port in Southeast Asia. The foreigners come from all corners of the world but most are Chinese and Japanese nationalities. Some come and go, but many settle in permanently and etch their marks into the history of Hoi An.