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Vietnam Motorcycle Tour Map - 14 Day Coastal Cruise - Rentabike Vietnam - White


Hanoi to HCMC
14 Days, 13 Nights
1600 km
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This is the 'Top Gear Vietnam Special' route: Hanoi to Saigon on the Ho Chi Minh Highway. Pass over mountains and through jungles, before riding the serene coastal road, enjoying the views and spending your nights in quiet beach resorts.

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the view from the Pu Luong Road looking to Muong Khen
180 km
6 hours
We take the longer, more scenic route to get out of Hanoi and get used to the bikes. Following the Red and then Black Rivers before heading into the hills. We enter the lush Pu Luong Valley and stay in the more remote area away from the crowds.
river crossing in Pu Luong Nature Reserve
210 km
7 hours
This is one of our longest days but it is not a difficult one. We head out of the nature reserve and then dead South along the QL15. we can take a couple of detours on smaller roads, time permitting but this is very much a day of getting to our destination. We end up in the tiny town of Tan Ky which is the start of the Ho Chi Minh trail. Our hotel is the biggest in town, very easy to find, and we eat in local restaurants on the roadside.
take the time to find some gorgeous swimming spots between Phong Nha & Pheo
260 km
6 hours
We are now on the HCM Highway proper and things start to get more spectacular. It is a very long run down to Phong Nha so we have to be up and at ‘em early. So, an early breakfast and it is on the road toute suite. We follow the highway along the border with Laos and then around lunchtime we head a little West, more into the hills. There are lots of switchbacks as the road winds its way through the hills and this makes for great driving.
muddy road in northern thailand with a sign warning of landslides.
After a few long days in the saddle, it is time for a welcome break. There are plenty of alternatives here in Phong Nha and you can choose from visiting the caves, zip-lining, taking a boat on the river, or just lounging around in the sun. Remember, to get some washing done.
Khe Sanh Combat Base by Paul Mannix
230 km
6 hours
We continue along the HCM Highway through the hills and it is more of the same. However, it doesn’t seem to get tiresome. The road winds through virgin forest and gets quite remote at times. We have enough fuel and a good mechanic so we are not concerned by this at all. You will see small hamlets occasionally and a few friendly children. Other than this, we are quite alone. At last. Khe Sanh is littered with military history and with luck we will have a little time to visit one or two places.
American plane in war museum in Hue
175 km
5 hours