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Motorbike tour from Hue to Hanoi

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

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

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

Sorry, I mean Hue to Hoi An

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

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

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

thanks alot for the info....

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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

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

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.

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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!!!

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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...

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