This Vespa tour will showcase aspects of Central Vietnam’s culture, scenery and flavours. From Hoi An, the Ho Chi Minh Trail and the Hai Van Pass.

This Vespa tour will showcase aspects of Central Vietnam’s culture, scenery and flavours. From Hoi An, the Ho Chi Minh Trail and the Hai Van Pass. Destination Vietnam Region Central Vietnam Departure Location Hotel Duration 7 Days / 6 Nights

Tour Schedule

Tour Dates Departs Daily


Day 1: Hoi An (L, D)

Enjoy an easy-going morning ride on a vintage Vespa through the rice paddies and meet local families in the stunning rural areas around Hoi An. This evening, taste the flavours of Hoi An with a street food tour.

Day 2: Hoi An – Prao (L, D) (110km ride)

Today, begin your multi-day ride around Central Vietnam. Head to Prao with a variety of scenery along the way including the river delta, mountains, valleys, and dense jungles. Enjoy stops along the way including Bang An Cham Tower and at an ethnic village.

Day 3: Prao – A Luoi (B, L, D) (110km ride)

Hit, the Ho Chi Minh Trail, a favourite stretch of road. Visit another hill tribe and stop at scenic viewpoints along the way. Ride along some spectacular mountain roads close to the Laos border.

Day 4: A Luoi – Hue (B, L, D) (80km ride)

Travel to Hue through hills, valleys, and rice paddies. Stop at a rubber plantation and ethnic village.

Day 5: Hue (B, L, D) (50km ride)

Today, explore Hue. This ancient former capital city is packed with culture and history – visit the famous Citadel, the Hue tombs and the countryside.

Day 6: Hue – Bach Ma National Park (B, L, D) (80km ride)

The coastal adventure begins today. Driving to Bach Ma, experience some great views, stop to see some of the thousands of family temples, ancestral houses and visit cottage industries. Enjoy a 30 minute hike to the top point of Bach Ma for a breath-taking view of the surrounding lakes, mountains, lagoons and beach.

Day 7: Bach Ma National Park – Hoi An (B, L) (80km ride)

Leave Bach Ma and stop at oyster farms and see some stilted houses over the lagoon before it’s up the famous Hai Van Pass for fun hairpin bends and windy roads, stopping at the top to see the old battlements and bunkers. Tour arrangements end upon arrival in Hoi An.

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Hoi An

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