Vietnam attractions and bike travel tours
Tailor-made vacations in Vietnam: In the city of Hanoi, there is an incredible temple dedicated to Confucius. Built in the 11th century, the Temple of Literature honors scholars and the many academic achievements of the Vietnamese, past and present. The Temple of Literature was even the site of the very first university in the nation. Among countless statues of Confucius and his disciples, there are impressive pagodas and a pond known as the Well of Heavenly Clarity.
An absolutely fascinating experience for all travelers, not just those interested in Vietnam’s modern military history, the C? Chi Tunnels are an extensive tunnel network that during the war, stretched for more than 250 kilometers, allowing VC troops to operate and communicate in the area surrounding Ho Chi Minh City. Two short sections of the network can be visited with a guide who’ll take you down into the narrow unlit confines, which definitely are not for claustrophobia sufferers. You will literally be crawling on your hands and knees and some points. You can access the tunnels at either Ben Dinh village (the more popular choice) or Ben Duoc village.
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! See extra details on Vietnam motorbike tours.
Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is a popular option for adventurous travellers looking to explore its many limestone caves and grottoes. Set within the Quang Binh Province, it’s home to the world’s largest cave, Son Doong, with sections reaching up to 200m in height, as well as Paradise Cave, which boasts spectacular shapes of limestone stalactites and stalagmites. Entrance to Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park costs VND 40,000, plus additional fees (between VND 80,000 and (VND 150,000) to enter the caves. Hiking, mountain-biking, and cave expeditions are regularly organised by tour operators in Vietnam.
Binh Phi is the proud owner and founder of the Vietnam Motorbike Tours Club. With a great passion for travel, Binh soon set the goal to become a tour guide so that he had the chance to travel all over Vietnam for free and introduce his beautiful country to international friends. He then realized that though Vietnam had so many things to offer to tourists – from gorgeous landscapes, excellent cuisine to unique cultures and hospitable people, most travel agencies hadn’t yet tapped the full potentials of Vietnam’s tourism and been able to offer a truly authentic and diverse travel experience to international tourists… See additional info on VietnamMotorbikeToursClub.com.