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Motorcycle Tour
Vietnam Mekong Delta

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Many people know that the north of Vietnam is a beautiful area. But also the south has a lot to offer!


per rider in shared twin/double room incl. Kawasaki KLX 150 cc (Only available for a booking of two persons. Single travelers need to choose the single room surcharge.) €1,890.00 $2,044.04 ?
Upgrade to Honda XR 250 cc (Surcharge) €245.00 $264.97 ?
per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room (pillion passengers cannot book without an accompanying rider) €1,690.00 $1,827.74 ?
per person single room (surcharge - only available with an additional selection of the basic price "per rider in shared twin/double room") €280.00 $302.82 ?
per person extension (surcharge) €150.00 $162.22 ?
per person single room supplement extension (surcharge) €70.00 $75.70 ?


Transfers Airport HCMC - Hotel and back
All overnight stays
Rental motorcycle
Multilingual tour guide on the motorcycle
Letter of invitation for visa, if necessary
All ferries
Travel security note
Travel book assistant
Escort vehicle and luggage transport
Not included
Scheduled flight Ho Chi Minh City and return
Entrance fees
Optional excursions
wining and dining
International health and accident insurance incl. repatriation
Travel cancellation insurance

More details

Minimum number of participants: 6
Maximum number of participants: 12
Maximum number of passengers: 2
During this trip we ride Kawasaki KLX 150 cc motorcycles or equivalent. Upgrade to Honda XR 250 cc is possible and costs 245,-€ extra. Please specify when booking.
Travel companion:
This trip will be accompanied by our Vietnamese tour guides or mechanics on site. This person has been a mechanic on our Vietnam trips for 12 years. He now knows all routes, hotels, restaurants and speaks English. From 8 participants there is a German speaking tour guide on this trip.
Tour character:
During this tour, we will not ride to significant heights and also not through very deserted areas. We ride light motorcycles and therefore this tour is also suitable for people who have no experience with adventurous motorcycle tours. The daily stages are not long, which gives the opportunity to visit or photograph different villages on the way. One inconvenience may be the traffic density in and around Saigon. Thousands of motorcycles, scooters, rickshaws and bicycles make their way through the streets every day. On the main road (which we try to avoid if possible) take into account the trucks, because the traffic rules are mostly hidden from European eyes.
Only a small part of this journey we will ride on unpaved roads and paths. In the current itinerary this is only 3 or 4 days. These routes are not difficult. So they are also good to ride for participants without off-road experience. But in bad weather these off-road days can be quite exhausting. If you have no off-road experience, an off-road training is recommended for preparation.
A helmet is mandatory, as is protective clothing with protectors, good gloves and boots or sturdy shoes. Especially in spring and autumn it can get very warm in the lower regions. We therefore recommend wearing breathable protective clothing. On the higher, colder parts in the mountains, you can wear extra warm clothes under your motorcycle clothing if necessary. Because of the dust, it is advisable to have a pair of goggles with you. In the south of Vietnam, the rainy season (monsoon) is from June to mid-October. We plan our trips before or after the monsoon season. Nevertheless we have to expect short rain showers at any time.
Travel documents:
You need a passport that is valid for 6 months after the date of return. German nationals require a visa for entry into Vietnam. The visa can be applied for at the Vietnamese embassy in Berlin before the start of the journey, costs about € 75,-. Since recently it is also possible to buy a 'visa on arrival' at Ho Chi Minh City Airport, which costs about 45 USD (& 2 passport photos). You will receive the required letter of invitation free of charge from us. Further information, as well as application forms can be found on the homepage of the Vietnamese Embassy in Berlin: http://visa.mofa.gov.vn As of 01.07.2015 German citizens can enter Germany without a visa for a stay of up to 15 days. Visa-free regime for German citizens will be temporarily suspended from March 12, 2020.
More details about the trip and what to take with you is in the manual that you will receive about 1 month before departure.
Visa (Exclusive): Visa Vietnam currently approx. € 75,- Embassy Visa on arrival approx. 45 USD, the invitation letter you will receive free of charge from us Further information as well as application forms can be found on the homepage of the Vietnamese Embassy in Berlin: http://visa.mofa.gov.vn
‍Pocket money: €250,-. This amount is an indication of how much money you will need for this trip. It includes food, drinks, souvenirs, optional excursions and gasoline.
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.


This journey brings you to the central highlands, the high mountains of the south. Here we ride over narrow paths through the jungle. Afterwards we ride along the coast for one day and take the boat to the Mekong Delta.

This is where the second part of the journey begins, and you feel like you are in a different Vietnam. The Mekong Delta consists mainly of the arms and tributaries of the Mekong River. Life here takes place mainly at or on the water. We take ferry boats of all sizes several times, ride over maybe 100 bridges and mainly follow narrow paths through small villages and rice fields. If you found North Vietnam beautiful, then you find it fantastic.

This short motorbike tour can be combined with the North Vietnam highlights (7 riding days) and Vietnam North-South.


Day 1 - Arrival - Ho Chi Minh City

At the airport of Ho Chi Minh City you will be picked up and brought to the hotel in the center of the city. At the hotel you will meet the tour guide.


After we have picked up the motorcycles, we leave the city at the most hectic moment. At the beginning the streets are still full of scooters. That in itself is already an adventure. At the edge of the city it gets more and more crowded with trucks. When we are out of the city, we take the small roads as fast as possible. Then we ride to Cat Tien National Park. Here we follow a narrow path through the dense jungle and have to watch out for free running elephants. After the park we have to take a ferry and spend the night at the edge of the park.


This is the only real mountain stage of the journey. After we have taken a small ferry boat, we ride into the mountainous area of the Central Highlands. We have beautiful views over the lake created by a dam. In this mountain area we meet different peoples and maybe another Hmong from the north. Today it is all about the view. At the end of the day we rde back down to the coast where we stay overnight.


In the morning we visit the red sand dunes in the north of Phan Thiet. Afterwards we follow the coastal road to the south for the most part. Here you have beautiful views over deserted beaches and a rocky coast. From time to time we ride on narrow small roads through small coastal villages and get lost in the network of roads in the bigger towns. A few hours before Vung Tau the road becomes very wide and not so interesting anymore. Here we speed up a bit to arrive in Vung Tau in time. Vung Tau is a real harbour town with many cafes, restaurants and nightclubs.


In the morning we take the boat to the Mekong Delta. The motorcycles are ridden over a narrow jetty onto the boat and we sit in the back of the boat. The crossing takes about 2.5 hours. After we have arrived, you immediately notice that you have arrived in another part of the country. This is the Mekong Delta. The country where everything revolves around water. We also ride directly through narrow tracks through the rice fields and take different ferries over the side arms of the Mekong. Through narrow tracks we finally reach Ben Tre. This is a lively town with a well-attended evening market near our hotel.


We start directly again with narrow paths along the river. Most of the time our escort car can't go along. Before lunch we stop in Vinh Long. But before that we have to take some ferries. At noon we ride again on narrow paths through rice fields and small villages, most of the time the paths are paved but some are not, then it gets a bit more difficult when it rains. We also ride over a lot of bridges. At the end of the afternoon we arrive in Long Xuyen, a bigger town. At the beginning it seems as if there is not much going on here, but when you get closer to the river it is a busy place.


In the morning we take a boat trip to the floating market. Every morning goods from the surrounding area are offered here on the water. We go here with a small boat in between. Then we take the ferry and follow again narrow paths through rice fields and small villages. Also today we will take a number of ferries of all different sizes and types to cross the rivers. In Chau Doc we will visit Sam Mountain at noon, where we will have a very good view of the neighbouring country Cambodia. If we still have time, we can take a boat trip to the floating villages.


After some big ferries we follow a beautiful route on narrow paths. Again numerous bridges and happy people. We cannot get enough of them. After lunch we take the big road to the city. Shortly before that another challenge begins, the hectic traffic. In great chaos we arrive at our hotel in the center of the city.


You get an airport transfer for the flight home.



On this day we visit the tunnels of Cu Chi by bus and an English speaking guide. We get an impression of the ingenuity of the corridor system and the way people have lived here. Afterwards we continue towards the border with Cambodia to visit the main temple of the Cau Dai faith. We will attend a ceremony here. The Cau Dai is a faith connected to Buddhism but also has Christian elements in it. The belief is widespread in the south of Vietnam and also in the Mekong Delta you can find Cai Dai temples. In Tay Ninh is the main temple, which stands on a large Cai Dai complex.


An extra stay in Ho Chi Minh City. Because there's a lot to see here. Of course you visit the War Crimes Museum to get a different view of all the wars Vietnam has fought. We visit the Reunification Palace where the South officially surrendered to the North in 1975. Of course the Ben Than Market is also one of the places to visit.


Changes to the route can be adapted to the current conditions on site