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Motorbike tour from Hue to Hanoi

Posted by edwuppy on 27/7/2009 at 19:04

Posted from within Vietnam.

Can anybody recommend a motorbike tour from Hue to Hanoi? thanks.

#1 edwuppy has been a member since 24/9/2008. Posts: 23

Posted by edwuppy on 27/7/2009 at 19:05

Posted from within Vietnam.

Sorry, I mean Hue to Hoi An

#2 edwuppy has been a member since 24/9/2008. Posts: 23


Posted by Easyrider on 27/7/2009 at 21:03

Posted from within Vietnam.

Hello Edwuppy
For motorbike tour from Hue to Hoi an you can see www.hueriders.com
Or if you would like to do from Hue to South you can search www.vietnam-easyriders.com for infos.
Feel free email me if you need more detail.
vietnam-easyrider@hotmail.com
Happy travel
Lee

#3 Easyrider has been a member since 27/7/2009. Posts: 1

Posted by edwuppy on 28/7/2009 at 10:17

Posted from within Vietnam.

thanks alot for the info....

#4 edwuppy has been a member since 24/9/2008. Posts: 23

Posted by asiabiker on 10/8/2009 at 10:07

Hi edwuppy,

Did you do a tour? How was it? I'm trying to decide between doing motorbike tours and buying a bike. Any suggestions, appreciated.

Thanks

#5 asiabiker has been a member since 10/8/2009. Posts: 10

Posted by tingers on 11/8/2009 at 09:48

Posted from within Vietnam.

These guys have a good name for the Hue - Hoi An route:
http://www.motorbiketours-hoian.com/

And these go up North:
http://www.columbusadventures.com/tours/motorbike-tours

Both will let you ride, saving you the hassle of buying the bike then getting rid of it when you're done.

#6 tingers has been a member since 9/4/2009. Posts: 36

Posted by edwuppy on 11/8/2009 at 15:29

Well, I did a fantastic 4 day motorbike tour of the Central Highlands. It was great. Whats nice about being on the back of a motorbike is that I dont have to worry about having to watch the traffic. I just really take in everything as a passenger. It was so beautiful. You see things differently as a passenger than a driver. I think so. But, I cannot really say what its like to be a driver. And the driver I had was really great. He took me to some out of way places and off the tourist trails. It was such a great expierence. But it can also be expensive. Good luck asiabiker!!!

#7 edwuppy has been a member since 24/9/2008. Posts: 23

Posted by asiabiker on 13/8/2009 at 17:59

edwuppy, did you arrange it through the contact` above or someone else? If you don't mind can you say what you paid and what you got for that? was it worth the money?

Thankyou! :-)

#8 asiabiker has been a member since 10/8/2009. Posts: 10

Posted by edwuppy on 13/8/2009 at 21:52

I was in Hoi An and looking for an "easy rider". I ran into one while I was biking in the city. He gave me all the information I asked for and I paid $50.00 a day. It was totally worth it. I am a big nature man and I saw some wonderful mountains for 4 fantastic days. THe gorgeous Central Highlands on the back of a motorcycle. Not in a bus or with a big tour group. Just me and Nam(guide) He took me to wherever I wanted to go. He took me to many ethnic minority homes. Very interesting. I saw some incredible nature. I was the only foreigner in all of these places. That was the best. He basically was my chaffeur. Whenever I wanted to stop, he stopped. It rained sometimes, and that was also great. IT was beutiful. I am so glad I did it. I was at first not sure because of the money thing. But totally worth it. I would recommend it to you and anyone else. I hope I helped a little...

#9 edwuppy has been a member since 24/9/2008. Posts: 23


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