627 USD
6 days - 5 nights
1065 km
Hoi An - Bang An tower - Countryside ride - Rice Straw mushroom farm - Bamboo bridge - Hai Van Pass - Graves city - Hue - Vinh Moc tunnels - Hien Luong Bridge - Phong nha cave - HCM trails - Ta Con Airport - Khe Sanh - Prao - Hoi An

Book a tour: Heritage Explore Adventures Loop 6 days – 5 nights (1065km)

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Let Vietnam overwhelm you with all it can offer and you will definitely have great memories to take back with you. Among the abundance of natural wonders, from the refreshing breeze of the coasts, the dense jungles that bring a tranquil quietness to its guests, and the limestone karsts that will take your breath away, Explore the Phong  Nha Cave is distinguished by its magical beauty. Vietnam has tucked its history and culture, waiting for adventurers to experience them. Treat yourself to a colorful fusion of sights and stories that will leave you wanting more.


Day1: Hoi An - Hue (175 km)

We will follow the small road through the rice fields to visit the Marble Mountains, explore caves, pagoda on the mountains and sculptures were made by hand from passion stone. We will then take you along the My Khe beach which has been voted as the most beautiful beach on the planet.  

We will then travel through Hai Van Pass which means "Sea of Clouds"  you will be literally surrounded by clouds with stunning ocean views.  from here where we can admire the beautiful panorama and enjoy a number of the most glorious landscapes in Vietnam. Then head down for lunch on a floating local restaurant.

After lunch, we will continue to Elephants springs where you can relax and swim. Depending on the weather, we can go along the An Bang beach and visit the City of Tombs or, if the weather does not permit, we will travel, instead, along Highway 1 and stop at the Fishing village at the Tam Giang lagoon, before arriving in Hue.

Day 2: Hue City tour – Cua Tung Beach / 120km

In the morning we will visit the imperial city of Hue, walk on the wall to admire the view of the royal palace and the Perfume River. Next stop will be visit the Huong village, where you can experience making incense sticks in the traditional way and making conical hats. Continue our to King Tu Duc Tomb, which is known as one of the most beautiful and picturesque works of architecture of the Nguyen Dynasty. The Tomb is 12 Hectar and took 3 years with 3.000 workers to finish.

Then we will leave Hue on local ferry crossing the Tam Giang Lagoon, follow small roads through the countryside, crossing the ''floating bridge" then onto the Hien Luong bridge: known as the "Peace Bridge", a beam bridge built from steel by the French in 1950 which marks the border between North and South Vietnam before Here and Ben Hai river: an important landmark in the partition of the country into a northern and a southern zone along the 17th parallel by the Geneva Accords of 1954.

We will then arrive at the Vinh Moc Tunnels, where an entire village went underground in 1960 to survive the bombing. The complex of tunnels, located deep in the Vietnamese Demilitarized Zone, include wells, kitchens and rooms for each family. After exploring the Vinh Moc tunnels we will pass through the tunnel that leads us to the local beach here.

Day 3: Cua Tung Beach – Vinh Moc tunnel / Phong Nha Cave 120km

Ride along the HCM highway east to the Phong Nha National Park with a day free to explore caves, including Asia's longest limestone cave, The karst formation of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park has evolved since the Paleozoic (some 400 million years ago) and so is the oldest major karst area in Asia.

Subject to massive tectonic changes, the park’s karst landscape is extremely complex with many geographic features of considerable significance. The vast area, extending to the border of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, contains spectacular formations including 65 km of caves and underground rivers and enjoy traditional Vietnamese lunch at the local restaurant.

Day 4: Ho Chi Minh Trail (Phong Nha - Khe Sanh)(240km)

Driving along HCM highway western, we have a beautiful day to see many majestic
limestone karst and spectacular old-growth jungle. This road follows the original HCM
Trail through some of the most rugged terrain before going to Khe Sanh.

Day 5: Khe Sanh - Prao via Aluoi(220km)

Leaving Khe Sanh we come to the houses-on-stilts belonging to the ethnic minorities on the roads to Prao. We head out across the famous Dakrong bridge on the Ho Chi Minh Trail, near the town of Ta Rut we will visit the Pa Co minority people and walk through their village. Then we ride  through one of the longest and most stunning passes in Vietnam while travelling on a new and quiet road, through amazing scenery of primitive forests in the imposing Truong son mountain range.  you will be surprised with the jungle, mountains, and the quietness, peace and amazing views befoer to Prao town.

Day 6: Prao - Hoi An /150km

On the last day riding, visiting another village of ethnic Co Tu minorities where the culture and traditions remain untouched, to one of the most authentic hill tribes to remain in Vietnam. To continue adventures on HCM trail, through lush forests with a beautiful views of the center Vietnam mountains before arriving at a waterfall for
swimming. before to back to Hoi An riding on "floating bridge" enjoying picturesque of the sunset.

- Experienced English-speaking guide

- Motorcycle or semi-automatic scooter
- Personal, local licensed driver, if required (for pillion passengers)
- Fuel, Meals, coffee, entry fees, International safety standard helmet, rain ponchos


- Alcohol, VAT 10%.

- Personal & motorbike insurance (for motorcycle accident)
- Personal expenses/tips

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