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Easy Rider in Vietnam; which company is best??
26th January, 2013
We are two Swedish backpackers in Vietnam, at the moment we are in Nha Trang . We are thinking about taking an easyrider tour on 3 days; Nha Trang to Dalat. After some reasearch we have spoken with a company that could give us this tour (http://www.easy-riders.net/).
After some more research on this company our problem is that we don't know if we can trust these guys. Alot of people seem to have been scammed ( the tour-guide couldn't speak english, no refund on interrupted tours and a lack of safety). But some say their trip has been awesome. So our question is; have you used this company? Or do you know any other good company? What are your suggestions?
We have read alot of reviews and we are getting more and more confused, so we would really appreciate your advice! (Looks like the reviews on http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g293922-d1459454-Reviews-Easy_Riders_Vietnam-Dalat_Lam_Dong_Province.html#REVIEWS is on many different companies, quite confusing...)
#1 Posted: 26/1/2013 - 03:47
30th December, 2012
Total reviews: 4
I went with the company you have made comment to, (http://www.easy-riders.net/).
I can highly recommend this company. I travelled to Vietnam and meet up with a friend and her 11 yr twins.
We headed to Dalat and decided to do a day trip on the back of a bike around Dalat.
We came across this company at the Hangout, on recommendations of another traveller, who like us felt overwhelmed.
Here we meet the lovely Tuan, the owner and operator of the company mentioned above.
He has a Degree in Tourism from the University of Dalat. On our initial meeting we felt comfortable and he was very well informed of our wants and needs travelling with 2, 11yrs.
He made us feel relaxed and safe.
We decided on the 1 day tour around Dalat, and after a short period with Tuan and 3 of his riders we were hooked.
We than made the decision to travel to Nah Trang on the back of his bikes.
They provided flexibility and stopped when ever we wanted, looking and admiring the beautiful countryside. Nothing that would compare from inside a bus.
We found each rider brought their wealth on knowledge and there was never any hesitation in answering our many questions.
During the time on the back of the bike, we had the opportunity to see this beautiful countryside.
Loved it so much I am off again to do it again with the same company.
Go with this company you will have no regrets.
#2 Posted: 8/7/2013 - 07:16
9th July, 2013
We travelled with the company you mentioned www.easy-riders.net in Dec 2012.
We did the day trip around Dalat which was a great introduction to bike riding for my 2 kids.
We met the guy who runs this business Tuan at the Hang Out Bar in Dalat.
Because of the fun, care and attention to detail we received on the day tour we went a head and booked a 3 day trip from Dalat to Nha Trang
It was a fabulous trip.
Tuan and the 3 other guides where totally professional, made sure we saw the real Vietnam and really easy to be around.
Dialon was particularly great with my 2 children.
We felt safe at all times and all the guides spoke great English.
I hope you get to go on a trip with these guys.
I agree that there are many websites and 'easy rider' guys but I would highly recommend Tuan and his guides.
#3 Posted: 9/7/2013 - 03:12
28th January, 2015
I had the same problem as the OP and looked at many Easy Rider sites, all very confusing.
In the end I contacted http://vietnamoriginaleasyrider.com/ and arranged a 7 day trip from Saigon to Nha Trang,
via Da Lat.
My enquiry was handled by Mr Viet who would be my Driver. He arrived spot on time at my Hotel in Saigon
and we set off on the most fantastic seven day trip. He was always punctual polite and very funny, but above
all he had a huge knowledge of his country and it's people. He would stop frequently to point out all manner
of interesting things along the way, things you would miss if travelling by car or train ect.
We visited Coffee plantations, Waterfalls, A Silk weaving factory, Temples, and a host of other highlights along the way.
The accommodations he had booked for us were simple, but clean, and all had Wi-Fi. Meals on route were taken in
roadside cafe's and were always good, and extremely cheap.
I was so impressed with Mr Viet and Vietnam original easy rider, that I have booked another longer trip with him starting
next month. (counting the days for that)
I have no hesitations in recommending Mr Viet and his company to anyone thinking of taking this sort of Holiday in Vietnam.
#4 Posted: 28/1/2015 - 20:50
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