Crossing the border from Laos or Cambodia into Vietnam you will be stunned by the big difference in population density. Open landscapes are suddenly replaced with villages, people, and domestic animals everywhere. You find yourself navigating among thousands of mopeds (the common mode of transport). The riding pace becomes slower, you get the feeling there is a photo opportunity around every corner. Enjoyable Mountain riding along with the Ho Chi Minh trail and bordering area to China. Vietnam also offers plenty of dual sport riding experience on unsealed road sections all over the country. We can mix and match as your adventure spirit desires!
Vietnam is both exotic and compelling, influenced by three main religions — Buddhism, Taoism, and Catholicism — with a lifestyle inherited from both Chinese and French colonial periods. Diverse landscapes, staggering natural beauty and cultural complexities of dynamic cities and hill-tribe villages.
The long coastline offers plenty of beautiful beaches.
The comical sights like watching a moped loaded with honking pigs weave a wobbly route along a country lane.
The Vietnamese people have suffered occupation and suppression longer than most of their neighbours but despite this, smiles and friendliness await you wherever you go.
Vietnamese cuisine also has its own features and, like many Southeast Asian cuisines, it is very generous in spices and fresh herbs. Another factor of Vietnamese cuisine is the French influence. The coffee culture in Vietnam sets itself apart from other Southeast Asian countries. In the north, food is influenced by Chinese flavors, while in the south food is spicier. With its endless coastline, there is plenty of fish and seafood to enjoy. Our experienced local guides will take you through a gastronomic journey. We use small charming boutique hotels when out in the countryside and good international standard hotels when in the big cities. All with leisure facilities.