Hue Countryside Motorbike Tour

Off The Beaten Track

Private Groups

Motorbike Tour

Our professional team will take you to the quiet rural area to enjoy a peacefully beautiful countryside picture. Ridden off the beaten tracks, you will get to know more about the local lifestyle, history, and unique symbols of Hue.

Highlights

Experience the real countryside of Hue by motorbike

Visit local market and witness local daily life

Learn how to make conical hat and incense sticks

Visit the American and French Bunker Hill

See Thien Mu Pagoda with Relic Car

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Tour Details
Price

From $30 per person

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  • 1 person $55
  • 2 people $50 per person
  • 3 people $45 per person
  • 4 people $40 per person
  • 5 -8 people $35 per person
  • 9+ people $30 per person

Season

We operate all year round, except for Vietnamese New Year, which runs from February 11th-14th, 2021


Trip specifications

4.5 hours

  • Option 1: Hue Morning Countryside Motorbike Tour
    8:00 AM – 12:30 PM
  • Option 2: Hue Countryside Motorbike Tour with Sunset
    1:30 PM – 18:00 PM

Pick-up & drop-off

We will collect and return you to any hotel located within Hanoi City Centre. If you are staying out of the city we can collect you for an extra charge depending on the distance. Please get in touch for prices.


Group size

Min: 1 person
Max: 15 people


Participation requirements

From 12 years old


Included
  • Accident Insurance
  • English-Speaking Tour Guide
  • Motorbike with Driver and Fuel
  • High Quality Helmet
  • Bottled Water and Wet Tissue
  • Rain Poncho
  • Sightseeing Ticket

Not included
  • Gratuities
  • Booking Fee
  • Personal Expenses

What to bring
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Insect Repellent
  • Light Jacket

Staff

One Tour Guide for the whole group and a Private Bike Rider for each guest

Itinerary
Let’s Go!

Our friendly team will meet and pick you up at your hotel in the city centre. We will brief you on the important information for your safety and offer demonstrations on how to safely sit on the motorbikes.

During this tour, you will have lots of opportunities to take pictures of the countryside along the way such as farmers working in the rice fields, big heaps of rice stacks at the local house, family temples, buffalos, and local market visits.

 

bridge leading to traditional asian gate

 

Visit Thanh Toan Bridge

Once you arrive at the village, you will take pictures of Thanh Toan Covered Bridge (which is similar to the Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An) at Thanh Toan Village, the oldest one in our city. Then you can explore the surrounding village and enjoy a ride on its beautiful roads and peaceful rural landscape.

Another highlight is the Traditional Farming Museum, where you can learn about the traditional tools of rice farming in Vietnam.

old covered bridge with tiles and lanterns

 

Learn to Make Conical Hat

After we say goodbye to the beautiful village, we will continue our tour by visiting a local family, a disabled conical hat maker, Ms. Thuy, who was born during the Vietnam War. Situated in a quiet area, visiting Ms. Thuy’s house is a true exploration of rural Vietnam and fascinating insight into the skill of conical hat making, as well as the interesting life of this friendly and open woman.

From there, our riders will take you to visit a typical King Tomb, where our local guide will introduce you to the royal life of Nguyen Kings from 1802-1945.

We also stop at many favourite attractions, such as the incense stick crafting village, French and American bunkers on a hill, where you can take beautiful photos and have a panoramic view of Perfume River.

boat on calm river with green mountains

 

Visit Tiger Colosseum Relic

Next stop is Tiger Colosseum Relic, similar to the Rome Colosseum and then visit the unique site Thien Mu Pagoda and a Relic Car that honours the monk who burned himself in 1963 to protect against the South Vietnam Government.

We end our leisure trip here and ride you back to your hotel.

tall pagoda amongst trees

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