VIETNAM SOUTHERN COASTLINE MOTORCYCLE TOUR IN FOCUS
This Vietnam southern coastline motorbike tour is to help you ride along the most stunning beaches of Southern coastline from Saigon (former name of Ho Chi Minh City) such as Vung Tau Beach (Ba Ria Vung Tau Province), Bau Sen and Mui Ne Beach in Phan Thiet (Binh Thuan province). Other than those, you have the chance to visit Mui Ne Cape, to relax at Binh Chau hot spring, and take the cable car to visit imposing Taku mountain with the biggest lying Budda before taking the train from Muong Man Station back to Saigon. This ride will bring you with a lot of memorable memories.
Destination: Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) – Vung Tau – Phan Thiet – Mui Ne Cape
Duration: 05 Days / 04 Nights
Total approx: km.
Price: Contact Us
Departure: Anytime upon your request
* BRIEF ITINERARY:
Day 1: Saigon motorbike tour to Vung Tau City
Day 2: Vung Tau motorcycle tour to Phan Thiet (Ke Ga Cape)
Day 3: Ke Ga Cape motorbike tour passing Ta Ku Mountain to Phan Thiet City
Day 4: Mui Ne Cape: Sand Dune Tour
Day 5: Mui Ne Cape motorbike tour to Muong Man Railway Station – Train Back to Saigon
Day 1: Vietnam Southern Coastline Motorcycle Tours: Saigon motorbike tour to Vung Tau City
Early morning, we start our motorbike tour from your hotel in Saigon and head to Vung Tau beach city. On the way you will have chance to experience the busy traffic of Vietnam via Cat Lai Ferry where hundreds of motorbikes, cars, bicycles crossing the river on the ferry at one time. You will also witness one of the busiest ports of Vietnam at this point.
Arrive in Vung Tau after 3 hour ride, continue on coastal highway of Vung Tau City, one of the most beautiful roads in Vietnam to visit Statue of Jesus Christ with outstretched arms,on top of Small Mountain. Then climb up to the peak of mountain facing to the ocean. Then continue riding to visit the beautiful pagoda of Reclining Buddha.
Lunch break at the hotel and relax until 3pm, we continue visiting “White House” (Villa Blanche) which was built by the French (1898-1916) as a summer holiday house of French Governor General Paul Doumer. From its balcony there’s a panoramic view of Front Beach & small islets.
Late afternoon is your free time of swimming and enjoying sunset on beach!
Overnight in Vung Tau
135km riding on the most stunning roads of Vietnam
Swimming at Vung Tau Beach
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Day 2: Vietnam Southern Coastline Motorcycle Tours: Vung Tau motorcycle tour to Phan Thiet (Ke Ga Cape)
Breakfast at your hotel & check out. Back on our “steel horses” and we will visit Minh Dam historical mountain and Long Phuoc Tunnels.
Then motorcycle to Phuoc Hai hamlet, we will be impressed by the beautiful scenery, especially the sections of road straddled by mountains and beaches. Picnic lunch en-route. Riding along coastal paved road, passing quiet pine forest of Loc An and we arrive Binh Chau hot spring, take a mud bath and relax on Hot Spring Lake for 2 hours.
Afternoon, we will leave Hot Spring to Ke Ga Town – the outskirt of Phan Thiet City by a rural route, through rice fields, orchards and rustic villages with the coastline on your right. Late afternoon, arrive at the beautiful beach resort named Rock Garden with the exotic rock huts overlooking to the ocean. Overnight at Ke Ga Cape.
166km riding from Vung Tau to Phan Thiet.
Mud bath at Hot Springs
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Day 3: Vietnam Southern Coastline Motorcycle Tours: Ke Ga Cape motorbike tour passing Ta Ku Mountain to Phan Thiet City
After breakfast at your hotel & check out, we ride to Ta Ku Mountain – 28kms southeast of Phan Thiet. Take a cable car to the top of mountain to visit the biggest Lying Buddha statue (58m long) in Vietnam and just relax admiring the spectacular panorama of the surrounding countryside.
Afternoon, have lunch in the local restaurant and head to the centre of Phan Thiet city along sea-line. Upon arrival, visit to Duc Thanh School – the first school built in Central Vietnam where the nation Hero Ho Chi Minh used to be a teacher there, then visit Chua Ong Pagoda. A stop to explore the central market before continues drive to Van Thuy Tu – a temple where fishermen in Phan Thiet believe and worship their God of the Sea. Overnight in Phan Thiet City
85 km riding in Phan Thiet
Swimming & sight seeing
Taking cable car to Ta Ku Mount.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Day 4: Vietnam Southern Coastline Motorcycle Tours: Mui Ne Cape Motorbike Tours to Sand Dune
Morning, breakfast & check out. Back on our motorbike and ride 35kms forwards to famous Mui Ne Cape. On the way, pay a visit at the Fairy stream, then pause to discover the fishing village of Mui Ne and further on is the enormous red sand dunes. Continue your trip and enjoy the motor ride with stop to discover how fishermen doing the daily work: net fishing, selling fish, mending fishing net.
Last stop is at Bau Sen – a vast sand dune which has inspired numerous photographers for many years. We arrive in Mui Ne around 2.00PM. The rest of day is your own at leisure. This day is also a chance for you to try wind-surfing on beautiful beaches at Mui Ne Cape (optional)
Overnight in Mui Ne Cape
40 km riding in Phan Thiet (Mui Ne Cape)
Swimming at Mui Ne Beach
Day 5: Vietnam Southern Coastline Motorcycle Tours: Mui Ne Cape motorbike tour to Muong Man Railway Station – Train Back to Saigon
Morning, after breakfast & check out, we will leave beautiful Mui Ne Cape to Muong Man Railway Station which is located outskirt of Phan Thiet City. You will take the train SE7 departing at 11:30AM & arriving Ho Chi Minh City around 03:00 PM.
Our tour guide & taxi will welcome at Saigon Railway Station and see you off at yourMuine motorbike trips hotel. (Accommodation in Saigon is not included in this trip but always available upon your request)
45km riding from Mui Ne Cape to Muong Man Railway Station
Taking train back to Saigon. Trip ends
End Of Services
+ Motorbike(s) (Honda or Yamaha)
+ Gasoline on tour
+ English or French speaking guide
+ Accommodation as indicated in the itinerary (based on twin or/and triple shared)
+ Homestay permission
+ Meals as indicated in the itinerary
+ Entrance fees & Sightseeing fees
+ Travel insurance
+ Personal expenses