Top destinations in Vietnam and bike trips: South of Da Nang, Vietnam, are the Marble Mountains. These five peaks are named after the five elements of earth, water, wind, fire and wood. The mountains are picturesque on their own, but they are also home to countless caves, some of which house incredible Buddhist sanctuaries. Some caves contain Confucian or Buddhist shrines, and others were used as sanctuaries and hospitals during the Vietnam War.
Vietnam’s capital is the frenetic heartbeat of the nation and a place that befuddles travelers as much as it charms them. The motorbike frenzy, pollution, and constant clamor of street vendors can get too much for some travelers, but if you want to dive into Vietnamese city life, Hanoi is the place to do it. The old town quarter has plenty of dilapidated charm on offer, while history fans should make a beeline here simply to see the bundle of excellent museums. The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology and Vietnam Fine Art Museum are both brilliant introductions to the diverse artistry of the country, while the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is an important tribute to the founder of modern Vietnam.
Off-road Enduro Tours (80% single and double track dirt roads), Suitable for: beginners, intermediate, advanced riders. We offer off-road enduro tours which are a minimum of 80% single and double track dirt roads. A high-class enduro adventure through various dirt roads, jungle single-tracks, rocky rutted hillside climbs, creeks, and even waterfalls is perfect not only for those who love trail road monsters but also high gear motorbikers… For groups of 5 or more riders, we provide vehicle support and driver with an extra price of 150 USD/day/ truck upon request! Explore extra details on Vietnam motorbike tours.
Ho Chi Minh is arguably the most popular political figure in Vietnam, and is known to his people as ‘Uncle Ho’. His body is preserved here in a glass case at the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in central Hanoi (albeit against his wishes). Started in 1973, the construction of the mausoleum was modeled on Lenin’s mausoleum in Russia. Entrance is free of charge, and visitors are required to dress appropriately out of respect for Vietnam’s departed leader.
Binh was also well aware of the tourists’ demand to not only travel but also learn about local culture, the ethnic minorities and the majestic destinations of Vietnam. Despite huge potentials and great resources, most local travel companies hadn’t invested enough in research in order to develop new, diverse tourism products that truly align with the requirements and expectations of travelers. Binh felt that he was the person to fill the gap. It was in 2008 when a friend asked Binh about a motorcycle road trip to the mountainous areas in the north of Vietnam that he came up with the idea of Vietnam Motorbike Tours Club. After years of travelling solo on two wheels to some of the most remote and isolated places of Vietnam where local ethnic villagers still preserve their unique customs and culture, Binh had gained a deep understanding of the routes and roads and been well aware of the once-in-a-lifetime experience and the stupendous landscapes and views that these trips offer. Find more details at https://vietnammotorbiketoursclub.com/.