Suggested itinerary for Vietnam motorcycle tour to explore around the North
Seeing gorgeous scenery, lovely mountain passes, intriguing historical artifacts, and colorful, hospitable, and joyful people during the Vietnam motorcycle tour makes us love our country even more and gives us a unique sensation. We want to transport you there to make you fall in love with Vietnam.
Ha Giang Loops to Dong Van
There is no excuse not to take the Ha Giang loops road trip if you are a motorbike rider considering a trip to Vietnam. When this area is a great retreat, enjoy your surroundings. With its stunning mountains, lovely valleys, flowing rivers, and impressive waterfalls, a road trip to northeast Vietnam promises to be full of life-altering events.
Quan Ba Twin Mountain & Heaven Gate
The journey by motorcycle to the stunning natural sculpture Quan Ba Twin Mountain. The sudden appearance breaks the immense expanse of terraced fields and rocky mountains of two strange mountains fashioned like a young girl’s breasts. The view created by the green of the hills, the vibrant flowers, the sun’s beams in a veil of mist, and the small cottages scattered throughout the verdant slopes is the most stunning one to emerge from the Heaven Gate. A scene this peaceful is enough to make you dizzy.
Bac Sum Slope, Tham Ma Pass, 9 Curved Ramp, or Ma Pi Leng Pass are the most stunning. These passes will make the drive to Ha Giang even more ideal. The meandering path around the tall mountains will rekindle the cyclists’ ardor. These Passes encircle the towering mountains in the Northeast like a silken fabric band. A beautiful sight is created by the mountains’ winding contours and their rich flora. The turquoise Tu San Abyss and the emerald Nho Que River are both framed by the enormous Ma Pi Leng mountains.
Road Trip from Hanoi To Sapa
The traditional journey that all adventurers must take once in a lifetime is the drive to Sapa. Northwest Vietnam is the best location for road vacations because of the great combination of spectacular mountains, verdant valleys, and calm ethnic minority hamlet communities. With the advent of Tram Ton passes, the summit of Vietnam’s four major passes will challenge all motorcyclists.
I bid Hanoi farewell by riding down the Red River and traveling northwest. The Red River Civilization is shared by the Hoa Binh Culture, Dong Son Culture, and Go Mun Culture. This area has a 5000-year history that is connected to a number of the former kingdoms of Vietnam.
Riders immerse themselves in the magnificent river environment and enjoy the cold winds, learning about the river’s secrets and deepening their grasp of Vietnamese culture. The clean air of Red River and the countless breathtaking views will take your breath away at first sight.
O Quy Ho Pass
One of the longest and most picturesque mountain passes in Vietnam; Tram Ton Mountain Pass spans the Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range. Due to its connection to a long-standing mythology, the pass is known by the name O Quy Ho. It is also well-known for having some of Vietnam’s sharpest bends, which thrill all riders and inspire them to attempt the country’s longest and riskiest canyon pass. As the poured sea filled the valley and each wave produced a cloud, the mountain pass spanned a great chasm between the earth and the sky and was encircled by clouds that concealed the mountains.
Road trip Hanoi to Ninh Binh
Ninh Binh is located roughly 90 kilometers from Hanoi. No matter what transportation you use from Hanoi to Ninh Binh, the trip will be enjoyable due to the smooth roads. Riding a motorbike from Hanoi to Ninh Binh is a wonderful choice for explorers because the journey there is particularly comfortable and simple. The ideal motorbike road trip route from Hanoi is along the Red River on the dam. By doing so, you may experience local culture and the outdoors…
Tam Chuc Pagoda
The original 1000-year-old Bai Dinh Pagoda is enticing for those who want to experience the serenity and tranquility of ancient pagodas and tranquil ambiance. Some temples and statues inside caves are worth a visit. It has distinctive architectural features of the Ly Dynasty and is known as the biggest pagoda in Vietnam.
Hoa Lu Ancient Citadel
The ancient capital of the Vietnamese feudal system, Ninh Binh, is the birthplace of Vietnamese civilization and was home to over 1,000 people. A road trip to this historically significant region is a fantastic way to discover more about Vietnam’s feudal history. The locals celebrate especially in April to remember King Dinh Tien Hoang, who founded Vietnam’s first centralized state and named Hoa Lu its capital.
Without Mua Cave, the drive to Ninh Binh won’t be ideal where you may take in the surrounding area’s natural splendor and take in a panoramic view that features a flowing river, vast rice fields, gorgeous mountain ranges, and little red-roofed houses.