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Motorbike Traveling Guides in Vietnam with dalat easy rider

If you're considering riding or dalat easy rider tour on vacation in Vietnam, read this comprehensive motorcycle travel guide first! It's packed with essential information, riding directions, great recommendations, and much more to help you plan an unforgettable motorcycle vacation in Vietnam.

Motorbike Traveling in Vietnam Guides With Dalat Easy Rider Tour

Why do people go by motorcycle in Vietnam?

Vietnam is a fantastic nation to explore, particularly on two wheels. Here are five strong reasons why you'll fall in love with the place.


The people are nice and inquisitive. You are unlikely to encounter any major difficulties or disagreements with the locals, who are eager to show tourists the best side of Vietnam.

Food was delicious.

The cuisine is diverse and wonderful. Each region, whether Southern, Central, or Northern, has its own specialty, which is typically unfamiliar to most visitors.

The scenery

The terrain offers something for everyone, whether you want beaches, mountains, or dry plains.

A thing for all people.

Trekking, viewing ancient ruins, war artifacts and battle sites, wonderful open roads with little traffic flowing through old growth jungle, waterfall climbing, paragliding, and deep water soloing are among the activities available.

Simple on costs

It is possible to travel Vietnam on a limited budget. You only need to dine locally and stay in modest hotels/hostels a little away from the tourist areas.

If you prefer a bit more comfort and quality, it is available, generally with a friendly greeting and a grin.

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When to ride a motorcycle in Vietnam

Since Vietnam is spread across multiple latitudes, the best time to visit vary depending on the area. This useful regional weather guide will help you organize your motorcycle journey of North Vietnam.


15–30C in March, April, and May

Suitable for riding

Generally dry and chilly, but occasionally foggy, especially at high altitudes

Lightweight rain gear and cozy nighttime attire


30–40°C in June, July, and August

hazardous and uncomfortable for biking

Warm and gummy. Landslides, flooding, and convection storms

Light, quick-drying clothing that has ventilation, a full cover, and strong sunscreen


October, November, and September: 20–30C

Ideal for cycling; reserve ahead during peak season

Weather: Generally warm, bright skies, little to no rain, perhaps cloudy at altitude

Thin layers, light waterproofs, and lightweight apparel


10–20C in December, January, and February

It's generally suitable for riding but can get wet and chilly. Put on appropriate clothing.

cooler, occasionally chilly, with days of drizzle and rain, and frequently foggy and misty

Warmer clothing, good boots, decent waterproofs, particularly gloves.

Cost and lodging

Accommodation Types

Nowadays, guesthouses can be found all around Vietnam, especially in the popular tourist areas. It is possible to locate:

communal bathroom and toilet in shared dorm rooms available for about $4–$5 per night in hostels and stilt houses. Meals are typically served in moderation and at a reasonable price. Additionally, there are typically choices for bungalows and private rooms.

For about ten dollars a night, a cheap motel room with air conditioning and an attached bathroom/toilet can accommodate two people. Typically, meals are not served here.

Larger towns and cities have chain hotels with three or four stars. These can vary, depending on the location, from 30 to 60 USD each night with breakfast included.

A boutique resort might have anything from hot springs to contemporary stilt homes, bungalow villages, and even secret mountain retreats. These can run you between 50–80 USD a night, including breakfast, which is comparable to the more expensive hotels.

Availability of accommodations

There are many places to stay, and if you show up at one without a reservation, there will be others close by. Unless you want to stay at one of the upscale boutique resorts like Topaz Eco Lodge in Sa Pa, there's really no reason to make reservations more than 24 hours in advance.

Having said that, you should make reservations 24 hours in advance if you intend to stay somewhere off the usual path, such as Kiou Leou Ti Mountain, so that the host can prepare and stock up on food.


In order to enter and remain in Vietnam, you must first have a valid passport and visa. Certain organizations could request to retain your passport when you rent a motorbike. You will definitely need a photocopy of your passport page to check into any hotel, so make sure they give it to you if you leave it with them. Without a photocopy of your passport page, you cannot check into hotels or even guest houses. For just such circumstances, we keep a laminated copy of the front page of our passport with us.

Driver's license

An International Driver's Permit (IDP) and a valid driver's license are required in Vietnam in order to ride a motorcycle. The IDPs from 1968 and 1949 are the two. You need the 1968 version for Vietnam.

The IDP, a compact booklet containing translations of your license, is issued in your nation of origin. If you're from the UK, it takes five minutes and costs about £5 to obtain your IDP at the post office.

You will receive paperwork identifying the owner of the motorcycle when you rent one; keep it secure and with the vehicle.

Permits Traveling to some areas of Vietnam, including Ha Giang in the country's north, which shares a border with China, may require a permit.


Traveling to some areas of Vietnam like Phu Quy island, including Ha Giang in the country's north, which shares a border with China, may require a permit.

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Lee Vine
Lee Vine
Jan 13

thank you for your information

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