VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS, VIETNAM MOTORCYCLE TOURS, OVERLAND CROSSING BORDER MOTORCYCLE TOURS
WELCOME TO MOTOTOURS ASIA
You dream about an adventure of a lifetime, we will make it true. MotoTours Asia proud to be one of the most experienced in leading motorcycle tours and off-road adventure travel in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, India, Nepal, Bhutan… founded since 1996 from Hanoi, Vietnam. MotoTours Asia is an International Tour Operator licensed business, our license no: 01-331/2015/TCDL-GP LHQT (issued 2005, last renewed 2015). Mototours Asia has always been working at the highest level to research and develop special tours in Asia and endeavors to create a unique Mototours Asia character.
WHAT MOTOTOURS ASIA OFFERS?
If you are dreaming about riding the highest motorable road in the world – Khardung La – or being “get lost and found again” in the jungle of Vietnam, Laos or thinking about an overland crossing border through SE Asia… we here at MotoTours Asia to help you. More detail
We can organize multi-countries crossing border permit for your vehicles or motorcycles to enter Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia or Myanmar within 3-5 working days. Furthermore we organize Hanoi – Delhi tours crossing 7 countries. Contact us
OUR IRON HORSES
We use Royal Enfield Classic 500 – the biggest motorbike you can find for the tour, Enduro 250 bikes for different taste of trip, if you want to tour on other motorbike just let us know. Our motorbikes are for rent also. More detail
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I just got back from 9 days in the northern provinces of Vietnam. What can I say… if you are looking for adventure, these guys know how to live by the saying “carpe diem”.
In summary, 9 days, 6 provinces, beautiful scenery, hitting the Vietnamese / Chinese border, early morning mists, endless mountains ranges, tribal village homestays (the real thing… not for the squeamish), celebrating Tet Festival (The Vietnamese Version of the Lunar New Year) all done on 2 wheels (pre-WWII Russian Minsk) on varied terrain… it’s a potent mixture for unpredictable adventure.
I thought the tour was a really good value. The chance to meet and stay in the homes of local people was priceless. I’m sure it won’t be long before this type of very personal contact with northern Vietnamese people will be impossible as tourism grows in these areas. hat’s the great thing about motorcycle travel. It gets you too places the tour buses (or cars) can’t manage the roads (or lack of roads).
All in all, Voyage Vietnam were always helpful, professional and I had absolutely no problems on my short tour – my only regret is that I didn’t allow more time to ride further into the beautiful highlands. My guide, Hung, was a very knowledgable and friendly guy who took great pride in showing his wonderful country to me. His help was invaluable – as was the chance to meet and stay with local communities who show a hospitality you cannot help but love.
The price was a little cheaper than other operators in Hanoi and it was definitely value for money.
Sometime, somehow, I will get back to that part of the world and when I do, I will definitely ride with Voyage Vietnam again. I recommend them to you without reservation.
I took a motorcycle tour through the north-west of Vietnam with a company who should be included in your guide (www.mototoursasia.com).
I found them through the Internet and had several email conversations with them before arrival. All correspondence was professional and served to give me the best experience possible.
POPULAR MOTORBIKE TOURS
Since 2010, MOTOTOURS ASIA offers a new motorbike tour which is mentioned about off-road riding in a popular site for tourist: the North West. The first idea to travel there will be visiting Dien Bien Phu, Sapa, Pha Din pass etc. As you may understand that Sapa and surroundings are touristy and now become destinations in some kind of soft ride.
The scenery through to the coast is magnificent; the craggy mountain ranges covered in mystic clouds make travellers feel like wandering in a fairyland, valleys between the mountains are enhanced by spectacles of coloured villages each with distinctive architectural features and fascinating spots for watching the sunset. If World Heritage had a cultural hotspot for diversity, this would be it.
The Vietnam motorbike tour in Northwest will take you to a faraway mountainous and secret area. Stories of the people from these remote areas were more like fairy tales characterized by mystical lands populated by nomadic tribes having such a special relationship with the environment.
Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh motorcycle tour – Top Gear presenter, Jeremy Clarkson, on December 28, 2008 as part of their Vietnam Special remarked of the road: “It was a bit of a surprise, because you expect to find many things when you come to Vietnam; “communist-ical” farming, reminders of the war, stunning food, massive heat. What you don’t expect to find is a deserted ribbon of perfection – one of the best coast roads in the world”.
Golden Triangle motorcycle tour discovers the infamous Golden Triangle, a remote area covering parts of Shan State in Myanmar and smaller, adjacent areas of Laos and Thailand. This is one of the most exciting rides in Laos. It is a sensational trip requiring a high level of riding skill, a free spirit and a sense of adventure. It is muddy, slippery, rocky and wild and will leave you tired but exhilarated.
Explore Laos motorbike tour will give you a chance to explore one of the wildest areas in Indochina, as we ride through many dense, beautiful rain forests. ‘Rock and Roll’ takes on a new meaning with the demanding terrain, but the adventure continues off the bike as well. While cooling your boots, there will be plenty of opportunities to visit with and learn about the different ethnic minority cultures you’ll encounter
If crossing one of the most untouched, driest region in Laos on dirt-bike is your kind of trip then the Ho Chi Minh trail motorbike tour is the tour for you!
It is the ethnology live museum where you see, meet local ethnic minorities. The missed of Indochina histories that you will discover, the training course for your physical health and mind.
Rajasthan motorbike tour is without any doubt the most scenic and colorful part of India. Rajasthan, literally meaning ”The Land of the Kings”, is situated in Thar-dessert in the North-Western corner of India and harsh dessert landscape is dotted with old fortresses and is an ideal setting for an unforgettable motorcycle adventure.
This wonderful and innovative trip takes you into the heartland of North India where you witness nature enclosed with serene and mellow villages on the way. We explore valleys, sand dune regions, high passes, elevated lakes and a culture quite unique in this part of the region.
Vietnam Laos Cambodia crossing border motorbike tour is the best of motorbike tours in Southeast Asia. Tour departs from Hanoi – 1000 years old city of Vietnam; takes you through the long way on the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos – a living monument of the legendary historical period, through the 4000 Islands region where Khone Phapheng Falls 6 km wide flowing at border between Laos – Cambodia, get lost in ancient and mysterious Angkor Temple, enjoy sun and wind on populous Vietnam’s coast road.
Border crossing Vietnam Laos motorbike tour with 18 days explore the most interesting motorcycle road in the Indochina mainland. The motorbike tour starts from Hanoi ride through Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos with the extend to the 4.000 islands in Laos then return to Vietnam at Bo Y. Visiting the World Heritage sites of Plain of Jars, Wat Phou, My Son, Hoi An, Hue.