• Driver

  • A semi-automatic bike with gasoline

  • Insurance for motorbike

  • 6 night in homestay/hotel

  • 6 breakfast, 7 lunches, 3 dinners

  • Ticket for sightseeing

  • Ha Giang permit: 10$/person

What is included: 

Not included:

  • Personal expenses

  • Drinks

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Price: $530

​Private tour EASY-RIDER with a local DRIVER

Transport: Semi-automatic bike

Duration: 7 days

Pick-up point: Bong hostel - 59 Nguyen Thai Hoc St, Ha Giang city

Pick up from Ha Noi old quarter (extra: 11 dollars)

Return point Bong hostel 

Departure: 09:00 am daily

Accomodation: Homestay/hostel

What is included in our tour

Not included: 

  • Travel with a group with a local driver

  • A semi-automatic bike with gasoline

  • Insurance for motorbike

  • 6 night in homestay

  • 6 breakfast, 7 lunches, 6 dinners

  • Ticket for sightseeing

  • Ha Giang permit: 10$/person

  • Support with your bike

  • Personal expenses

  • Drinks

Tour detail

Day 1: Ha Giang - Yen Minh 
Distance: 95km 
Accommodation: Bong Bang homestay

Day 2: Du Gia - Lung Cu - Dong Van
Distance:100km
Accommodation: Aladin homestay 

Day  3: Dong Van - Meo Vac - Bao Lac
Distance: 100km 
Accommodation: Sunny hostel

Day 4: Bao Lac - Ban Gioc
Distance: 178km

Accommodation: Lan's homestay

Day 5: Ban Gioc waterfall - Cao Bang city
Distance: 96km

Accommodation: Cao Bang ecology

Day  6: Cao Bang - Ba Be lake
Distance: 120km

Accommodation: Huyen hao homestay

Day 7: Ba Be lake - Ha Giang 
Distance: 176km

Ha Giang– Bac Sum Pass – Heaven's Gate – Lung Tam Village – Yen Minh

Your first challenge: Bac Sum Pass - the steepstone counting the most turns in Ha Giang. Reach the Heaven’s Gate with its famous viewpoint overlooking Tam Son town and the Twin Mountain. On the way you can visit the Lung Tam village which offers a traditional Hmong textile workshop. Yen Minh town is an ideal location for parties (dancing and karaoke). Stop by at one of the lovely homestays for your first night before going on the next day!

Yen Minh – Tham Ma Pass – King’s Palace – Lung Cu Flagpole Point – Dong Van Town, Old Quarter

You will spend all day exploring the Dong Van Karst Plateau geopark, driving through local villages and rocky mountains, and encountering challenging, narrow streets like the Tham Ma Pass or the Chin Khoang pass. If you have time, also visit the Vuong house, the palace of the H'mong king.

Finally, check out the Lung Cu Flagpole Point, close to Vietnam's northernmost point, overviewing the border of its neighbour China.

Dong Van– Ma Pi Leng Pass – Nho Que River– Bao Lac

Explore the Ma Pi Leng Pass – the king of Vietnams passes where you will experience the true feeling of driving narrow roads. After a short trek down to the river, you can do a boat trip on Tu San alley on the Nho Que River, one of Southeast Asia's most spectacular canyons.

Bao Lac – Me Pia Pass – Pac Bo National Historic Site – Ban Gioc

From Bao Lac town, get over the Me Pia Mountain Pass, a 14-story stone slope, and go to the Pac Bo National Historic Site where Vietnam's national hero Ho Chi Minh used to live and work during the war years, the green pearl of the northeast mountains.

Next to it lies a relic complex, where you will admire the beautiful landscapes and can admire the emerald green water of the Lenin Stream. The Cac Mountain Mark is located just above.

Ban Gioc Waterfall – Nguom Ngao Cave – Eye of God - Cao Bang city

Ban Gioc Waterfall which is top 4 of the world's largest transnational waterfalls, located right on the border between Vietnam and China. The waterfall bears a poetic, quiet beauty, mixed with a village atmosphere of the mountainous ethnic minorities.

Then, visit the Nguom Ngao cave (Tiger cave), one of the most beautiful caves in Vietnam, located not far from the waterfalls. The path leads deep into the tall mountain with natural stone sculptures and formations developed over millennials. Return back to Cao Bang.

Cao Bang – Be Be lake

From Cao Bang, you will head to Ba Be National Park, one of the top hundred of the largest freshwater lakes in the world. This takes you approx. 3 hours.

Ba Be Lake lies in the middle of the vast limestone mountain range of Ba Be National Park with large and small islands of limestone rising out of the water, many of which can be explored on a boat or individually by kayak. There are also several caves to discover, with again beautiful rock formations.

Ba Be – Ha Giang

You will turn back to Ha Giang city. End of the big loop adventure!

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Ha Giang - Cao Bang - Ba Be Map

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Khau Coc Cha Pass,

a 14-story stone slope. You can go to the Pac Bo National Historic Site where Vietnam's national hero Ho Chi Minh used to live and work during the war years, the green pearl of the northeast mountains.

Ban Gioc Waterfall

which is one of the world's largest transnational waterfalls, located right on the border between Vietnam and China. The waterfall bears a poetic, quiet beauty, mixed with a village atmosphere of the mountainous ethnic minorities.

Then, visit the Nguom Ngao cave (Tiger cave), one of the most beautiful caves in Vietnam, located not far from the waterfalls. The path leads deep into the tall mountain with natural stone sculptures and formations developed over millennials.

Ba Be Lake

lies in the middle of the vast limestone mountain range of Ba Be National Park with large and small islands of limestone rising out of the water, many of which can be explored on a boat or individually by kayak. There are also several caves to discover, with again beautiful rock formations.

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