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XO tours??

  • Emma23

    Joined Travelfish
    13th April, 2012
    Posts: 13

    Hey there!

    Has anyone done a motrobike tour with this company?
    It looks like fun but I am not sure that going on the back of a morotbike in Vietnam is wise?
    I guess it's like everything though - if you don't take the risk oyu'll never know.

    Thanks

    #1 Posted: 3/6/2013 - 05:27

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  • NYTim

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    11th September, 2009
    Posts: 106
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    No need to book a tour. Any XO driver will take you around. Agree on price for an hour so so beforehand. It looks dangerous but the traffic moves quite slowly. I am a 63 year old male and I loved it.

    #2 Posted: 3/6/2013 - 06:06

  • Emma23

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    13th April, 2012
    Posts: 13

    Its a company called xo tours and they organise all kinds of tours foodie gours, at night etc...and they are all women!

    #3 Posted: 3/6/2013 - 06:24

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    arah

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    Hi Emma. I've heard of them but not taken a tour. I've heard very good things about them and am sure they drive carefully and you will be provided with a helmet. I tried to book one for clients but they were fully booked on the day, so book ahead.

    #4 Posted: 3/6/2013 - 23:41

  • BrianKoh1980

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    11th June, 2013
    Posts: 2

    I just tried it and it worked out great. No danger at all. Average speed on Vietnam roads is just around 30-40km/hr. Enjoy the wind and the conversation with the girl while looking at night life. I think there are a few similar services.

    #5 Posted: 11/6/2013 - 23:50

  • Want2BHappy

    Joined Travelfish
    23rd February, 2013
    Posts: 45

    No idea about XO tours.

    Whatever you do, make sure your travel insurance covers you when you are on the back of a motorbike. Not all do.

    "No danger at all" above isn't strictly true.

    That being said, Vietnam is best viewed from a motorbike or boat :-)

    #6 Posted: 28/6/2013 - 02:36

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