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With most of the population getting around on two wheels, whether it be motorbike or bicycle, the is no better way of getting closer to the people than by joining them on the road at the back of a bike with a range of classic routes available such as the Ho Chi Minh Trail or the Dong Van to Meo Vac road through the Tonkinese Alps ( Hoang Lien Mountains ) of the North, and a host of terrains catering to any level; ranging from the flat dirt roads of the Mekong Delta to the grand moutain roads of the north, biking is by far one of the best way to get to know Vietnam and feel its contours. Moreover as every biker knows, unlike traveling by bus train or plane bikers have the freedom to get off the beaten track and uncover some of Vietnam’s best hidden gems that are overlooked by masses.


Available for rent in most tourist centers, bicycles can be a cheap way to experience Vietnam Cycling allows the traveler to fell the freedom and see the beauty of Vietnam’s hidden charms at handlebar level. In cycling traveler can explore Vietnam actively and experience the most enriching and authentic features of its many destinations at your own pace. From its miles of sandy blue watered coastline, remote back roads, iconic villages, world heritage national park, luscious subtropical rainforest and rugged wild mountainous terrain cycling provides a cheap, healthy and intimate experience for any visitor to Vietnam and perfect way to travel.

For the seasoned cyclist, the region around Sapa in the north and in particular the Lai Chau and Fansipan valleys, provides perfect terrain for cycling, featuring spectacular mountain views, deep valleys and colorful minority villages. Less technically demanding is the region around Dalat in South Vietnam, a land of lush rice fields, forest and rolling hills. Alternatively, the Mekong Delta region with its flat dirt roads takes cyclists through a landscape of verdant greenery, traditional fishing villages and floating markets. For a true odysseys, cyclist can traverse the country from north to south following the Ho Chi Minh Trail and see the complete gamut of its natural, cultural and historical heritage.



Talking to the road by motorbike is a great way to experience the splendors of Vietnam and get a thrill at the same time. In order to obtain a temporary motorcycle license visitors just need a 3 month tourist visa and current driver’s license. Of course, good insurance that covers the activity is also a must. With its winding coastal roads, vast rice fields, tropical forest, rocky mountain peaks and vibrant market, towns and villages, Vietnam offers something for every motorcyclist.