Welcome to VietNam tours

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Overview: Welcome to another world – vietnam tours , a world where the colors are more vivid, the culture is richer, and the history more compelling. This is the world of Vietnam, the latest Asian dragon to awake from its slumber. Nature has blessed Vietnam with a bountiful harvest. With soaring peaks like Hoang Lien mountains and a killer coastline, with beaches like Quy Nhon and Nha Trang, Vietnam is simply stunning. Blanketed from head to toe with a patchwork of emerald-green rice paddies, timelessly tended by peasant women in conical hats, this time the brochures don’t lie.

The rumble of a million motorbikes, the cries of hawkers and the buzz of business transactions are as ever-present as the tinkle of the past in the pagodas, and the swish of the scythe. Modern Asia meets medieval Asia and, in the Old Quarter of Hanoi, the two become one. For culinary adventurers, Vietnam is a treasure trove of more than 500 different dishes. It’s a wonderful world of pungent herbs and secret spices. Dip delicate spring rolls in nuoc mam, a fish sauce that is as compulsory as ketchup for the Vietnamese. Or play ‘down-in-one’ with xeo (rice wine), the whisky of the mountains.

Vietnam is an ancient country and offers a vast array of travel experiences. Tour lengths can be for any length of time, from five hours to four weeks. Hotel accommodations for each tour type are “standard” but can be upgraded to “superior” or “deluxe” as an option.

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Things to do in Hoi An ancient town

Biking & Cycling

Biking is a must in Hoi An regardless of your level of fitness. Leave the city behind to explore 12th century pagodas, remote country villages, war memorials and rice fields.

Excursions will give you the chance to really get up close and personal with some of the more rural villagers and to see how they live from the land. There are two main companies offering a variety of tours and include all equipment hire.

Choose from a full- or half-day countryside bicycle tour and get to see a glimpse of the beautiful areas surrounding Hoi An. The Hoi An full-day bike tour includes a river ride on the Hoi An river and one hour’s biking around Kim Bong carpentry village. Both bike trips including cooking and enjoying lunch with a local family, and the chance to wander round local markets and vegetable villages. Hoi An Bike Tours also offers motorbike tours to the most famous attractions around the city: Marble Mountain, My Son, etc…

Hoi An Motorbike Adventures

Specialises in short trips (from US$35) along beautiful backroads in the Hoi An region on well-maintained Minsk bikes. Longer tours up to the DMZ and Hue are also offered.

After working really hard for a long time, Hoian easyriders have been strongly recommended in many different guidebooks such as Lonely Planet, Rough Guide etc…

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Hoi An Food Tour

If you are “foodie” travelers, you cannot miss. You will discover plenty of great stalls and really get a feel of the area and its food history. Do it on the first day in Hoi An so you will have chance to come back and enjoy yummy food. Most of foods are not available in restaurant.

Hoi An Free Tour

A local university students organization who offer as free bicycle tours to unexplored countryside in Hoi An such as Kim Bong Village and Tra Que Vegetable Village. You can bike around villages and see stunning rural scenes, rice paddies, fishing villages, fields of water buffalo and Bamboo Bridge. You will learn and get many insides which are never written on guide books. It’s all about a cultural exchange and giving the volunteer students opportunities to practice their English language skills through outdoor activities.

Hoi An Cooking Schools

Hoi An is a great place to learn how to cook real Vietnamese cuisine via half-day, full-day or evening courses. Plenty of restaurants offer their own cooking classes including the picturesque Red Bridge where you get the chance to learn directly from the professionals.

Many of the classes include a visit to the local fresh produce market as part of the course where you’ll get a chance to ask questions and perhaps even sample some exotic delights. With so many places to try your hand at conjuring up some delicious flavours, you’ll also be pleased to discover that most classes are offered at very reasonable rates.

Morning Glory Cooking School

Based at the eponymous restaurant, this is the best-known course. It’s directed by the acclaimed Trinh Diem Vy, born and bred in Hoi An and owner of several restaurants in town, or Lu, her protégé. The day starts with a visit to the market to learn about the key Vietnamese ingredients. Classes then concentrate on local recipes including cao lau (doughy flat noodles combined with croutons, crispy rice paper, bean sprouts and greens and topped off with pork slices), banh khoai and ‘white rose’ (steamed minced-shrimp dumplings served with dipping sauce), plus a dish or two from north and south Vietnam. You’ll learn to cook in a very professionally organised, school-room-style environment with your own gas burner, ingredients and kitchen gear. However, note that classes can have up to 30 people.

Red Bridge Cooking School

At this school, going to class first involves a relaxing 4km cruise down the river. There are half-day (US$27) and full-day (US$43) courses, both of which include market visits. The half-day class focuses on local specialities, with rice-paper making and food decoration tips thrown in for good measure. The full-day class, which has a maximum of eight people, takes on a more ambitious menu. You’ll learn how to cook cha ca (clay-pot fish with dill), and visit the Tra Que organic herb gardens. Or for a taster, go for the US$16 evening class. As an added sweetener, there’s a 20m swimming pool at the school! Bookings are made through the Hai Cafe.

Conkhi Cocktail Classes

This is a fun way to learn all about the art of mixology. Courses (either ‘virgin’ or alcoholic) include a market visit, drinks, bar snacks and a recipe book. The Viet Espresso Martini is something else.


Highly professional and enjoyable spa that offers a full range of treatments (a 40-minute scrub is US$16), facials, hand and foot care (manicures from US$5) and other beauty services. Massages are wonderful and excellent value; options include Asian blend, Indian head massage, Thai and Swedish.

Duyen Que

On the road to the beach, 2km east of the town centre, this treatment centre is owned by the ex-manager of the Victoria Hotel spa. Staff are well trained and know their stuff. Try the foot beauty ritual (US$15) or a botanical wrap (US$17).

Life Spa

This luxury hotel’s spa is a lovely place to unwind, and has the full gamut of treatments and massages, including anti-oxidant facials (US$52), sea-salt scrubs (US$26) and hot-stone therapies (US$57).

Ba Le Beauty Salon

Up a little lane off Tran Hung Dao, Ba Le is run by a fluent English speaker, who has trained in the UK, and offers inexpensive threading, waxing and facials.

Hoi An Eco Tour

Hoi An Eco Tour runs tours along the river, where tourists can see traditional village life and try their hand at fishing or paddling a basket boat.

Cham Island Diving Center

This business has been operating since 2002. It has a large boat and also a speedboat for zippy transfers.

Blue Coral Diving

This new professional outfit has an 18m dive boat, additional speedboat and highly experienced team.

Rainbow Divers

You can book dives at Cu Lao Cham Marine Park with Rainbow Divers .

Hoi An Golf Courses

Vietnam is a great place to play golf with championship courses located in most major locations. Hoi An is no exception and offers two outstanding courses with equipment rental available.

Weekdays offer the best rates and also more space on the course and both the courses listed here have a clubhouse and restaurant on site.

Hoi An Spas

Many of the hotels and resorts in Hoi An offer spa treatments, but you might discover better pampering at a significantly lower price at one of the local day spas.

There are a few to choose from and it’s worth checking out what discounts are available as most of them offer at least 10% off during their quieter hours.

Hoi An Blind Massage

290 Cuai Dai (on the road to the beach, a yellow building to the left). 8am to 10pm. Professional and clean place, you can get a full body massage for U$5.00. This is the best deal in Hoi An. The staff can understand if you want softer or harder, and they will ask you if it is ok during the massage. They have real massage beds and they put clean blankets on them in front of you. U$5.00.

Scuba Diving & Snorkelling

Scuba diving and snorkelling are superb off the cost of Hoi An with hundreds of different varieties of coral and tropical fish thriving in the warm tropical waters.

Additionally, the Cu Lao Cham Marine Park is just 21km from Hoi An old town and comprises eight islands in the South China Sea that are just teeming with marine life, the most exciting of which is Cham Island.

Walking Tours

The old town of Hoi An is definitely worth a walk around, and with so many historically vibrant streets to explore it’s easy to see why it was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. The best way to visit some of the buildings in the old town is by purchasing a multi-entrance ticket which gives access to one of the three museums, one of the three ancient houses and one of the three assembly halls.

Your money is well spent offering superb value and the proceeds are filtered back into the old town maintenance. Tickets are easily purchased at one of the many kiosks across town and are valid for one day.e many activities and performances throughout the city.

Experience the real Vietnam

Vietnam is one of the most beautiful and charming places in the world to visit. If you come to Viet Nam and want to discover and understand more about the culture, tradition and history of Viet Nam, and expect to do an independent tour to make a strong impression on your trip, the best way is get your motor runing with our tour.

Vietnam is a wonderful country to experience with the local people with 54 different ethnic groups. Topographically, Vietnam is a beautiful tapestry of soaring mountains, magnificent nature, primitive forests and jungles which are inhabited by exotic fauna and flora, winding streams and rivers, mysterious caves, huge rock formations and heavenly waterfalls.  It has magnificent beaches with many different water sports available throughout the country.

Nowaday more and more tourists on the world want to visit Vietnam. We offer independent tours of Vietnam. Since we started running tours with the Vietnam easy riders from around the world who want to see the real Vietnam. They do not want to follow the well worn tourist trail, they want to get off the beaten tract to explore Viet Nam with a local who really knows and understands the country.

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Vietnam Easy Riders team

Today Vietnam is a peaceful country that has moved on and embraces tourism with enthusiasm. A visit delves deep into the heart warming local hospitality and charm of the people and the picturesque sights of Vietnam.  After experiencing many different civil wars and other conflicts it has evolved to be a land of many significant sights which these events have produced.

Vietnam is an ideal choice for tourists in search of an exotic journey that can’t be found anywhere else. Whilst in Vietnam you not only experience the local people but you also experience the unique cultural and historical heritage.

The highlands have many ethnic minority groups with different cultures, customs and tradition which we would love you to experience. The Central Highlands has a cool climate and fertile deltas where many varied crops are grown, examples are coffee, tea, mulberry, cashew, black pepper and cotton plantations.  Silk farms are  also a highlight to visit in this area seeing the worms produce silk.

Why choose us? We have organized and led many independent tours for people coming to Viet Nam and we can tailor make any tour of the country to suit exactly what you want to see and experience. We always try to offer tourists and travellers the tours in which they get to see the most spectacular views of the Central Highland, Mekong Delta, countrysides, Ho Chi Minh trails through Vietnam and all about the local life of people that we meet on the road. This is the only way to get off the beaten tracks.

After working really hard for a long time, we have been strongly recommended in many different guidebooks such as Lonely Planet, Rough Guide etc…and of course in many reputed sites such as TripAdvisor; TravelFish; LonelyPlanet etc…

If you come to Vietnam and expect to do something special with a lifetime memory of your trip, the best way is on a motorcycle with one of our tours. Why not join us to discover and understand more about the culture, traditions and history of our homeland.

Looking forward to seeing you on the road!

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One month motorbike tour in Vietnam

Looking for a motorcycle tour? Vietnam is a right country to do. Vietnam is an exciting, interesting, dynamic and colourful place that has no equal. The Vietnam motorbike tours always give you a feeling of freedom and self-discovery, self-conquest of nature, closer to nature for the simple receptors. Or simply explore about a different culture. So when serving tourists, we are always standing at the customer’s location, try to listen and understand the true purpose of customer. Moreover, with richness experiences guided motorbike, who conquered many trails in Vietnam, we can take you to the land where there is little Vietnamese arrived, giving you many new experiences.

Day 1: Ha Noi – Mai Chau: 180 km ( 6 hours riding)

Leave Ha Noi for Hoa Binh town, we will be driving through villages, valleys of Ha Tay and Hoa Binh province to explore the life of the locals as well as enjoy the breath-taking scenery of the area. Have lunch at the local restaurant, and then head to road to visit the power plant and continue hitting the roads up hills to Kun pass and onto nice roads to have some great shots of the spectacular panoranic views over the valleys and mountains. Travel to Lac village of the White Thai ethnic minority in Mai Chau in the late afternoon , check in a still house. Have dinner there and you might want to join the traditional dance of locals, try their traditional wine “Ruou Can”. Overnight on the stilt house

Day 2: Mai Chau – Son La: 150 km ( 5 hours riding)

Leaving early for Son La, stop at Moc Chau to enjoy a hundred of giant grass farm for cows. You will learn and know why this is the biggest milk centre in Vietnam! We then continue driving to Son La, trek through the rain forest and enjoy the view from North mountain, you will arrive in Son La around 3 p.m, check in the hotel and then visit the ancient prison in the French war, explore the town on foot. Overnight in Son La

Day 3: Son La – Dien Bien Phu: 180km ( 7 hours riding)

Leave Son La for Dien Bien Phu, enjoy the particular ride and scenery, stop at Tuan Giao town for lunch and continue traveling to Dien Bien Phu – The famous historical site of Vietnam where we defeated the French to seize our freedom and independence, visit the old battle fields of, war museum, airport… etc to learn more about a part of Vietnamese history. Overnight in Dien Bien Phu

Day 4: Dien Bien Phu – Lai Chau – Tam Duong : 180km ( 7 hours riding)

Leave Dien Bien Phu for Tam Duong, drive throughout Lai Chau to enjoy the different sights of the area, have lunch in this old town then head out for Tam Duong, on this day you’ll have a chance to see the most beautiful hill tribes in Northern Vietnam with the variety of clothes and home such as H’Mong, Black Thai, Black Dzao, Pazi…to learn what they do for living as well as their traditions and customs. Overnight in Tam Duong.

Day 5: Tam Duong – Sapa 100km ( 4 hours riding)

Leaving Tam Duong for Sapa, stop over in Binh Lu to visit Binh Lu Market of the Lu hill tribe (black teeth) and then you might want to go trekking here for a couple hours to explore the area. Then we will drive through Tram Ton Pass – 2000 meters from the sea level, see the Fansipan Peak and Silver waterfall nearby. Arrive in Sapa and stay overnight.

Day 6 : Sapa Lao – Chai and Ta Van village (trekking and homestay)

This day you might want to relax and stay away our motorbike! We will trek down to Muong Hoa Valley to visit Lao Chai village and explore the Black H’Mong hill tribe. Have lunch on the way then keep trekking to the bottom of the Sapa valley to get to Ta Van village, which is considered to be the most beautiful one in the area, where you stay overnight in a local family.

Day 7: Sapa – Bac Ha : 210 km ( 7 hours riding)

Leave Sapa for Bac Ha, we will explore more into Northern Vietnam, we will then travel through the Chinese border town, Lao Cai, and then to the colourful market at Muong Khuong. This market gathers the differences and wide variety of ethnic minority groups such as: H’mong, Dao, Phu La, La Chi, Tay, … etc. You will learn and experience so much in this area. Then we leave Muong Khuong for Bac Ha, visit H’mong King’s former residence and Ban Pho where the local people make the potent local maize wine. Overnight in Bac Ha

Day 8 : Bac Ha – Hanoi : 280 km ( 6 hours riding)

Leaving Back Ha for Ha Noi, we will travel through the verdant and rugged mountain scenery

These back roads are a great way to explore the real Vietnam. We see very few other travellers, mostly rural dwellers who are just as interested in finding out about our lives as we are of theirs. You will enjoy the ride through these areas. It’s a long day to ride but we will stop several times en-route to stretch your legs and have some great shots.

Day 9: Ha Noi – Ha Long Bay ( 170 km 5 hours riding)

Leave the busy Ha Noi for Ha Long bay, visit some small villages and enjoy the particular scenery en-route, and then get on the wooden boat and have some seafood on board, sail to see the spectacular of limestone pillars and islets to contemplate the breath-taking scenery of Ha Long Bay, listed as a World Heritage Area of outstanding natural beauty. Overnight on boat.

Day 10: Ha Long Bay – Ninh Binh: 190 km ( 5 hours riding)

Enjoy swimming after having breakfast and disembark before noon time and then leave Ha Long Bay for Ninh Binh, visit the some small villages and enjoy the beautiful scenery en-route. Drive to Tam Coc for the boat trip along the paddy fields, caves. We will then take you travel through the villages along the limestone mountains to visit the ancient capital of Vietnam. Overnight in Ninh Binh

Day 11: Ninh Binh – Thanh Hoa: 120 km ( 3 hours riding)

Leave early to travel to Cuc Phuong National Park to explore the wild life for few hours, then stop over in some famous sights of the area such as: Trang An, Bai Dinh Temple, … etc, visit the breath-taking nature of Tam Coc – Bich Dong to have some great photos that you can’t find anywhere else. Arrive in the hotel in Thanh Hoa and stay overnight.

Day 12: Thanh Hoa – Vinh: 220 km ( 7 hours riding)

Visit the small villages near Vinh to explore the local villagers how they make mats, marble stones, the way they roll and process tobacco. On the way to Sen Village, where Uncle Ho was born and grown up, we will visit Ba Trieu Temple to learn more about Vietnam legendady heroes! Overnight in Vinh town.

Day 13: Vinh – Ky Anh: 120 km ( 4 hours riding)

Leave Vinh around 8 am to visit Ho Chi Minh Square, The Nguyen Du Great Poet Monument, the historic vestage Dong Loc Three-way Cross, Huong Tich Pagoda,…etc. Arrive in Ki Anh around 4p.m, check-in and explore the town on foot. Stay overnight in Ky Anh

Day 14: Ki Anh – Phong Nha Caves: 180 km (5 hours riding)

Leave Ky Anh for Natural World Heritage Phong Nha Caves, stop over on the peak of Ngang Pass to relax and enjoy the quietude as well as take some great pictures. We will then travel to salt making village, shrimp farms and then reach to Da Nhay Beach and Phong Nha Caves. Stay overnight in Phong Nha.

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Day 15: Phong Nha Caves – Dong Hoi: 90 km (3 hours riding)

Get up early this day to explore Phong Nha Caves around 4 hours on foot and boat. Then we drive to the legendary Ho Chi Minh trail to discover the “battle field village”, the historic vestige, Phu Hoa Church to learn more about the war as well as the hard life of the locals. Head to Dong Hoi town afterwards, check-in hotel and stay overnight.

Day 16: Dong Hoi – Khe Sanh: 200 km (6 hours riding)

Continue traveling along the Ho Chi Minh trail to visit the marvelous views of Northen Truong Son Mountain, then head to Vinh Moc tunnels and DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) to learn more about the Civil War of Vietnam before 1975. Arrive in Khe Sanh around 5 pm and stay overnight.

Day 17: Khe Sanh – A Luoi: 160 km (5 hours riding)

Visit Khe Sanh Battle Field, Dakrong area and its bridge and then we travel to the small villages of Churu Van Kieu ethnic minority to learn what they do for living as well as how they put up with the war before 1975 and created the legend for themselves and the area. Enjoy one of the most beautiful sights when you travel by motorcycle at the edge of Vietnam and Laos border. Arrive in mountain town A Luoi around 5 pm, check-in hotel, explore the area on foot and stay overnight here.

Day 18: A Luoi – Hue: 120 km (4 hours riding)

Continue traveling along the Ho Chi Minh trail to visit the historic vestige and battle field, Hamburger Hill, learn more about the orange agent areas that’s still effected to the local people’s life nowadays. Heading to Hue after visiting the farmers who live in the new economic regions in the mountain, the tomb of the King Minh Mang,…etc. Arrive in Hue around 5 pm, check-in hotel. After having dinner, you might want to get on the boat and move into the middle of Huong River and listen to the local people play Hue’s traditional folk music. Overnight in Hue

Day 19: Hue – Hoi An: 160 km (6 hours riding)

Visit Nam Giao Ancient Village, Linh Mu Pagoda, Kim Long Village and learn how they make their traditional and well-known wine. Travel to Lang Co beach to enjoy one of the nicest beaches in Vietnam. Drive to Hai Van Pass and stop on the peak to view the stunning panoramic view of Hue, Lang Co Beach and Da Nang area. Then we head to Hoi An after visiting Marble Mountain and ceramic village. Check-in and explore Hoi An Ancient Town on foot. Overnight in Hoi An

Day 20: Hoi An – Kham Duc: 130 km (5 hours riding)

Leaving Hoi An around 8.30 a.m and show you the rural life of locals such as: incense making, basket making village, rice paper making,…and then head to My Son Hollyland where you can visit the ancient Cham Towers and learn about their history and culture,… and then travel to the Ho Chi Minh trail where you can learn about the Civil War of Vietnam before 1975 as well as enjoy the breath-taking nature of the area,… reach to Kham Duc around 5p.m stay overnight in the small town.

Day 21: Kham Duc – Kon Tum: 150 km (5 hours riding)

Leaving Kham Duc for Kon Tum: Visit other ethnic minority villages such as Churu, Tay, Nung,… to learn their traditions, customs, cultures. Continue following the Ho Chi Minh trail to visit Phoenix Airport and other important bases of the Southern Government before 1975, visit Vinh Son orphanages, Wooden Church (was built by French in 40s), stay overnight in Kon Tum.

Day 22: Kon Tum – Cu Jut: 230 km ( 7 hours riding)

Leaving Kon Tum for Cu Jut: Travel to Kon Ktu village to explore the daily life of Bana, learn more about their culture, custom, tradition,… visit “the Eyes of Pleiku” Sea Lake, rubber plantation, Ede ethnic minority village to experience pleasure with their unique culture,…etc. and then travel to Dray Sap and Dray Nu waterfalls (the biggest waterfalls in Vietnam) and enjoy in the Fairy Pool after a long day ride,… stay overnight in the bungalow next the Virgin waterfall in Cu Jut.

Day 23: Cu Jut – Lak Lake: 110 km ( 4 hours riding)

Leaving Cu Jut for Lak Lake: visit the locals to learn how they process the coffee and taste the best coffee of Vietnam, the brick making factory, and then trek to the top of the Elephant Mountain to enjoy the panoramic view of the area, travel to Jun village where you can learn more about the M’nong hill tribe’s culture and their elephant hunting legendary, have some great shots of fishermen on Lak Lake in the dusk. Stay overnight in natural Lak Lake where you can choose a hotel or homestay with locals.

Day 24: Lak Lake – Dalat: 165km ( 6 hours riding)

Leaving Lak Lake for Dalat: You can ride elephant or boat to pass the Lake to visit M’lieng ethnic minority village and then explore Jun village to learn more about the rural life of M’nong tribe. Stop at foot of the mountain to see how locals make chopsticks, incenses,…and the farmers who cultivate goods on their lands such as flowers, coffee, tea, mushrooms, vegetables, then head to Dalat and visit the highlights of Dalat such as Crazy House, Dragon Pagoda, Former Railway Station,… arrive in Dalat around 5p.m.

Day 25: Dalat – Mui Ne: 150 km ( 5hours riding)

Leaving Dalat for Mui Ne: Visit Lat village to learn more about the rural life of highlanders, K’ho, the original residents of Dalat. Then visit Meditation Monastery, Paradise Lake, … Have some great shots of white and red sand dunes, fairy springs, fishing village,…ect before arriving in Mui Ne around 5 pm.

Day 26: Mui Ne – Vung Tau: 170 km (5 hours riding)

Visit the colorful fishing market, Champa Towers and their culture, get on the cable car and travel to Takou Mountain and and visit Reclining Buddha,… and then travel to Vung Tau and stay overnight.

Day 27: Vung Tau – Saigon: 150 km ( 5 hours riding)

Visit Ho Coc beach and the hot water springs, Binh Chau, Thuong Chieu Monastery Pagoda, Minh Dam Army Base and Cu Chi Tunnels to learn more about the war. Head to Saigon and visit the highlights of the area like Reunification Palace, Ben Thanh Market,… arrive in the hotel where you are staying in Saigon around 5 pm.

Day 28: You have time to relax and explore more about Saigon city. The trip ends after your transfer to Tan Son Nhat International Airport for departure.

Looking forward to seeing you on the road!

Dalat Easy Riders

Nothing can compare to freedom. If you really like to be outdoors, please come with us to expose the hidden charms of the country. We will be happy to escort you “into the wild” and “into the community”.

We are the original Dalat easy riders who was found the group of Motorbike-Tour-Guide since 1991. Dalat is the homeland and base of easy riders.

We have already done a lot of tours with tourists from different countries such as: English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Canadian, Danish etc… throughout the country. We have got enough knowledge in any field about Vietnam such as history, agriculture, politic, minority people etc… so we can satisfy all tourists’ requirements. Our experience is over ten years and half of us is over fifteen years. We always listened to our customers so we will be able to satisfy them. Most of tourists who did the tours were happy and satisfied even the most difficult clients!
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The members of the Easy Rider Team decided to have the better way for tourist services. We want to work in discipline of the law. We have been registered. You will know us by our smiles, friendly approachable manner and EASY RIDER Club jackets “Blue, white”.
• We started our job with years of experiences so we also have English, French and German speaking drivers who will give you a valuable insight into the people and the country. We will provide you with big motorbikes, safety helmets and raincoats in case it rains. Next to that, insurance is being paid for you during the ride. Your safety is our first priority.
• Our purpose its not only working for today but more for tomorrow. It’s why we do focus on how to customize your requests, your interests to make sure you really have a great time when going with us. We promise to serve you with enthusiasm from heart because your enjoyment is our happiness. Thanks a lot for taking time to read this website. For any of your tour enquiry, questions, please leave them here. We will response promptly.
Vietnam is one of the most beautiful and charming places in the world to visit. Please come with us to discover and understand more about the culture, tradition and history of our homeland. If you want to make unforgettable memories on your Vietnam trip, the best way is on one of our motorcycle tours. we will show you Vietnam’s real culture and historic battle fields military sites of your choose.
After working really hard for a long time,we have been strongly recommended in many different guidebooks such as Lonely Planet, Rough Guide etc….
Come with us on a tour of our beautiful country. We’ll take you to hill-tribe villages where the tourist buses don’t go, we’ll stay where the locals stay,eat what and where the locals eat, learn the story directly from them. Passionate about the outdoors,we’ll escort you through vibrant forests,hidden waterfalls and National parks.Curious about our history?We’ll bring you to ancient town,famous battle grounds above and beyond the legendary of Ho Chi Minh trail,strategic outspots and provide you with the people’s history of what transpired during the War.
If you want to see the real Vietnam? Let Dalat Easy Riders show you the way!

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Sự ra đi của Đại tướng là một mất mát lớn đối với dân tộc. Biết bao con tim đã nghẹn lại, biết bao tiếng lòng đang thổn thức những nỗi đau thương… Cả một đời Đại tướng đã vì nước vì dân, giờ đây trở thành bất tử trong lòng nhân dân.

Như một cách tỏ lòng thành kính đối với Đại tướng, báo Đời sống & Pháp luật tổ chức Cuộc thi với chủ đề: “Viết về Đại tướng Võ Nguyên Giáp”. Thời gian nhận bài dự thi từ ngày 15/10 đến 14/11/2013,

Mời quý vị độc giả trong và ngoài nước gửi những bài viết chia sẻ cảm xúc, tưởng nhớ, ca ngợi công lao Đại tướng Võ Nguyên Giáp kèm các tư liệu về như ảnh, video (nếu có) về tòa soạn qua email cuocthiviet@doisongphapluat.com hoặc địa chỉ: Tầng 4, tòa tháp Star Tower, phố Dương Đình Nghệ, phường Yên Hòa, quận Cầu Giấy, thành phố Hà Nội.

Những bài dự thi đạt giải sẽ nhận được tiền và phần thưởng có giá trị của Ban Tổ chức. Những bài viết xúc động, ý nghĩa nhất về Đại tướng sẽ được chúng tôi chọn đăng trên các ấn phẩm của báo Đời sống & Pháp luật.

Ban Tổ chức dự kiến công bố kết quả ngày 16/12/2013 và tổ chức trao giải vào ngày kỷ niệm thành lập QĐND Việt Nam 22/12/2013.

Quý độc giả tìm hiểu chi tiết Thể lệ cuộc thi “Viết về Đại tướng Võ Nguyên Giáp” tại đây.