A Once-In-a-Lifetime-Trip! You will discover 3 exotic countries in 20 days:
Amazing THAILAND / Unseen LAOS / VIETNAM timeless charm
This tour starts and ends in the beautiful area of Chiang Mai (Thailand) with its breathtaking scenery, 800 km north of Bangkok.
The tour provides an outstanding opportunity to obtain a thorough impression of the uniqueness of North Thailand, Northern Laos and Northern Vietnam including the unseen provinces and motorcycle paradise of Sapa and Ha Giang. We will explore small, almost hidden routes that are unknown to many.
Please be informed, that you need a visa before you can cross the border into Vietnam. You should contact the Vietnamese embassy or consulate in your home country first. For Laos at the Chiang Khong border is Visa on arrival possible, same as it is in Thailand. For more Visa information, please see below.
Please be informed that this 20 DAY TOUR does include the arrival and the departure day, it means that we will be actual for 18 days on the road. The hotel on the arrival and the departure day is, of course, include the tour price.
We run this tour only twice the year. Places are limited and in high demand. Please have a look at our tour dates section for further information. If you have any more questions, please feel free to contact us at any time.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Amora Hotel Tapae, Chiang Mai (Thailand)
DEPARTURE TIME The tour will start in the morning 8.30am the day after the arrival day.
RETURN TIME The tour will finish after breakfast at the hotel on the departure day.
GEAR We recommend bringing your gear to be the most comfortable. BUT we also offer helmets, jackets, gloves and knee guards (European high-quality brands in many different sizes). Please be informed, that we do not offer boots and trousers as due to hygienic reasons.
INCLUDED
Tour and transfer services as described in the itinerary with English speaking professional Thai, Laos and Chinese tour guides
The services of an escort vehicle (Service Truck in Thailand & Laos and small truck in Vietnam) for the transport of the main luggage; both guide and driver will take care of baggage delivery and pick-up at each hotel
Accommodation as per hotels and room types specified in the itinerary
All Meals (breakfast, lunch & dinner) – full board, except on arrival and departure day in Chiang Mai
All entrance fees to sights specified in the itinerary
Motorcycle Kawasaki Versys 650cc, fuel during the entire tour (optional: BMW F800GS  against surcharge)
Compulsory third-party insurance in Thailand
Experienced Thai motorcycle mechanic accompanies the tour
S.E.Asia-experienced and English/German-speaking “road captain” as a riding tour guide during the whole tour
Temporary drivers’ license for Vietnam issued based on a valid international driver’s license
Service charge, room tax, and baggage handling
Famous Big Bike Tours “On zeee bikes!” T-Shirt
Vehicle registration and inspection fees (Vietnamese Road Transport Administration Department)
NOT INCLUDED
All services not mentioned as included and all items of a personal nature
Alcoholic beverages and meals not specified in the itinerary
Travel insurance (cover against cancellation costs, medical expenses, including repatriation, in the event of accident or illness). We highly recommend you arrange appropriate insurance in your home country
Insurance during the trip in Laos & Vietnam
Visa fee for Laos & Vietnam & Airfare

Please be informed, that our tours are fully inclusive. So you can completely focus on your holiday, the adventure, the riding, and unseen Laos & charming Vietnam. There are no hidden costs or other surprises – our tour prices are final. All is paid. Come ride with us – the real deal!

THAILAND –  LAOS – VIETNAM – LAOS – THAILAND

(Distance: approximately 3.420 km / 2.125 miles)

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Day 1. Chiang Mai, Arrival


Arrival at Chiang Mai Airport (International Terminal) from Bangkok. Your guide will await you outside the customs hall and transfer you to Amora Tapae Hotel, located in the center and old city of Chiang Mai. Dinner with the tour crew and accommodation at the hotel.
Hotel: Amora Tapae Hotel
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Day 2. Chiang Mai – Chiang Khong (Thailand) 288 km


We take the highway, heading north of Chiang Mai. Discover Wat Rong Khun, the White Temple near Chiang Rai. Continue along winding roads to the port town of Chiang Khong – the gateway to Laos and China. Overnight directly at the Mekong River, the 10th longest river in the world. Dinner by the Mekong river at a local restaurant.
Hotel: Fortune Riverside Hotel
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Day 3. Chiang Khong – Oudomxay (Thailand / Laos) 294 km


After breakfast, crossing the Mekong on the new Friendship bridge into Laos (Visa on arrival) and after completing the immigration process ride through two national parks to Luang Namtha, where we will have lunch.
Later we ride the new stunning road trough Laos highest mountains to the amazing Oudomxay. Overnight in the middle of nowhere in this beautiful and authentic Laos town still in the highlands, one of the most beautiful spots in Laos.
Hotel: Charming Laos
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Day 4. Oudomxay – Muang Khua - Dien Bien Phu (Laos / Vietnam) 206 km


After breakfast, ride along the impressive mountainous road and follow this stunning road trough Laos highest mountains. It´s pure adventure riding through a limestone karst landscape. The roads begin to deteriorate; however, the stunning mountain scenery makes for interesting riding. Continue riding until we reach Muang Khua where we will have lunch.
Later meet the Vietnamese Tour guide at Tay Trang border gate, then ride to the city of Dien Bien Phu to visit De Cat bunker, victory monument, A1 hill or optional Dien Bien Phu Victory Museum. Spend a night in Dien Bien Phu and get our first glimpse of Vietnam.
Hotel: Him Lam Hotel
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Day 5. Dien Bien Sapa – Sapa (Vietnam) 295 km


After breakfast, check out and commence the journey to Sapa. En route, visit the hydroelectric lake in Muong Lay and ride over O Quy Ho, one of the longest, highest, most dangerous pass in Vietnam at the altitude of 2000 m above sea level. Have lunch in Phong Tho, Lai Chau Province.
Hotel: Sapa Panorama Hotel
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Day 6. Rest Day in Sapa (Vietnam)


A day of leisure. Time to relax or explore the town, visit some hill tribe villages, terraced rice paddies, etc. independently.
(Laundry service possible)
Hotel: Sapa Panorama Hotel
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Day 7. Sapa - Ha Giang (Vietnam) 237 km


After breakfast, start going to Ha Giang on a bumpy road. En route, visit Ha Khau border gate in Lao Cai city, taking pictures of tea plantations, having lunch in Viet Quang. After we ride on the most stunning motorcycle roads on this planet.  Stay overnight in Ha Giang City.
Hotel: Truong Xuan Resort
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Day 8. Ha Giang – Lung Cu - Dong Van (Vietnam) 187 km


Today we will go to the Geological Park of Dong Van. En route, have lunch in Yen Minh. Afternoon, visit the H’Mong King’s palace, the flagpole of Lung Cu at the northernmost of Vietnam. Stay overnight in Pho Bang in Dong Van.
Hotel: Hoa Cuong
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Day 9. Dong Van – Ba Be (Vietnam) 254 km


Following breakfast, depart for Ba Be via Ma Pi Leng Pass – one of the most majestic, most spectacular, most dangerous passes in Vietnam but also quite famous as part of the Happiness Road. After lunch in Bao Lac town in Cao Bang Province, continue to Ba Be National Park for the night.
Hotel: Homestay
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Day 10. Ba Be – Hanoi (Vietnam) 240 km


After an early breakfast, go the dock to embark on a boat trip on the lake Ba Be Lake – the largest natural reservoir in Vietnam. After about 02 hours, return to the homestay, grab our bikes and drive to Hanoi. En route, have lunch in Thai Nguyen.
Hotel: Lenid Hotel
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Day 11. Rest day in Hanoi (Vietnam)


A day of leisure. Time to relax or explore the town.
Hanoi is the capital and the largest city in Vietnam by area. With an estimated population of 7.7 million as of 2018, it is the second-largest city in Vietnam by population. Located in the central area of the Red River Delta, Hanoi is the commercial, cultural, and educational center of Northern Vietnam.
Originally a small settlement along the banks of the Red River, the city was founded as Thang Long, the capital of Imperial Vietnam, in 1010 by monarch Ly Thai To. Thang Long would remain the most important political and cultural center of Vietnam until 1802. Thang Long renamed to its current name Hanoi in 1831. In 1873, Hanoi was conquered by the French, and from 1883 to 1945, the city was the administrative center of French Indochina. The French colonization left a lasting impact on the city’s architecture that is visible today, as showcased through French-style avenues, bridges, and buildings juxtaposing with traditional Vietnamese architecture.
(Laundry service possible)
Hotel: Lenid Hotel
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Day 12. Second rest day in Hanoi (Vietnam)


Sightseeing tour through Hanoi. Visit Ho Chi Minh-Mausoleum and Presidental Palace. In the evening watch the famous Thang Long Water Puppet show in the theatre.
(Laundry service possible)
Hotel: Lenid Hotel
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Day 13. Hanoi – Ninh Binh (Vietnam) 117 km


After breakfast, leaving the capital of Vietnam. We arrive at Tam Coc, a small town, full of guest houses, coffee shops, restaurants, and souvenir shops (good opportunity to buy inexpensive Vietnamese handicraft), etc, once the ancient capital of Viet Nam, settled in the 10th century. We can visit temples of two dynasties of Dinh and Le with very unique architectures. Explore the local area by bicycle. Overnight in Ninh Binh.
Hotel: Tam Coc Valley Bungalow
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Day 14. Ninh Binh – Con Cuong (Vietnam) 243 km


In the morning we board sampan boats (2 people share one boat) and drift down the river among the villages, beautiful mountains and lush rice fields. We pass through 3 caves (“Hang Ca”, “Hang Hai” and “Hang Ba”). Enjoy the peace fullness and watch the skills of the boat operator.
Once back on our motorcycles we continue our journey to Pu Mat National Park. We follow the Ho Chi Minh Trail and the Ca (big) river and arrive in Con Cuong town in the Nghe An province towards the end of the day. Most of today’s route is on good enjoyable low-density roads. Next to our hotel is a swimming pool with bar, full of locals. Enjoy a swim and a beer with them. Overnight at hotel in Con Cuong.
Hotel: Khach san Hoa Binh
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Day 15. Con Cuong - Nam Can - Phonsavan (Vietnam / Laos) 268 km


Today we continue to the Nam Can border gate and check out to Laos. The last part of our riding in Vietnam passes through endless villages and just before the border we climb up the mountain range creating the natural border between Vietnam and Laos. We better be there on time. At 11:30 the immigration office will take their rather long lunch break. After the immigration process, we ride in direction to Phonsavan. You will notice the change in landscape and fewer villages once in Laos. We stay overnight in Phonsawan.
Hotel: Maly Hotel
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Day 16. Phonsavan – Luang Prabang (Laos) 267 km


After breakfast, we ride to Luang Prabang (literally: “Royal Buddha Image”) where we will stay overnight. The city was formerly the capital of a kingdom of the same name. It had also been known by the ancient name of Chiang Thong. Until the communist takeover in 1975, it was the royal capital and seat of government of the Kingdom of Laos. The old town center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The main part of the city consists of four main roads on a peninsula between the Nam Khan and Mekong Rivers. The city is well known for its numerous Buddhist temples and monasteries. Every morning, hundreds of monks from the various monasteries walk through the streets collecting alms. One of the major landmarks in the city is a large steep hill on which sits temple Wat Pousi.
Hotel: Mekong Sunset View Hotel, Luang Prabang
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Day 17. Luang Prabang (Laos) (Rest Day)


This town is gleaming with temple roofs, fading colonial architecture, and a stunning mountain backdrop. It has been claimed by UNESCO as, “the best-preserved traditional city in South East Asia”. This is a leisure day or you can also visit the former Royal Palace which is now a national museum and an important Temple named “Wat Xieng Thong”. A visit to Luang Prabang would be not complete without climbing the 329 steps to the top of Mount Phousi for a beautiful sunset view of the Mekong river overlooking Luang Prabang with a 360-degree view. Before dinner directly at the Mekong River, we have to lift our motorcycles in the long tail boat.
(Laundry service available)
Hotel: Mekong Sunset View Hotel, Luang Prabang
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Day 18. Luang Prabang - Hongsa - Chiang Klang (Laos / Thailand) 200 km


Once-In-a-Lifetime-Experience: cross the Mekong River on a ferry. We take the bikes with us on a very old ferry. In the morning ride the new road to Hongsa. Later cross back into Thailand. Overnight in the little charming town in Chiang Klang still surrounded by the high beautiful mountains. Stunning scenery.
Hotel: Sangthong Resort
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Day 19. Chiang Klang - Phayao – Chiang Mai (Thailand) 326 km


Ride the top 10 motorcycle road in the world R1148 to the Phayao lake (one of the biggest lakes in Thailand). Lunch at the lake. Riding back home on the stunning road R120. Continue riding on windy mountain roads to Tharntong waterfall and Mae Kachan hot spring. Visit a local market, stopping for refreshment, before heading back to Chiang Mai.
Hotel: Amora Hotel Chiang Mai
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Day 20. Chiang Mai, Departure


Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Chiang Mai Airport (International Terminal) or stay and explore Chiang Mai and surrounding area.

VISA THAILAND
Most nationalities do not require a visa to enter Thailand for a stay that does not exceed 30 days. However, it is important to note that Thailand’s immigration regulations require that passports must remain valid at least six months beyond visitors’ intended length of stay in Thailand.
Furthermore, it is important to note that Thai Immigration authorities only grant a visa-free stay of maximum 15 days in Thailand if tourists enter the country overland (from Burma) rather than through an international airport. Hence, after returning overland from Burma, you will only be allowed a maximum visa-free stay of 15 days in Thailand.

VISA FOR LAOS
For Laos also Visa on arrival possible, same as it´s in Thailand.  The Visa fee on arrival for Laos is about 30 US$ for 30 days (1,200 THB). We will, of course, support you with all the paperwork at the border.

VISA FOR VIETNAM
First of all, please note that today it is irrelevant whether you refer to Vietnam.
To facilitate the issuance of visas through a Vietnamese Embassy or Permanent Mission, it is best if persons with pre-booked travel arrangements submit along with their visa application a so-called “Visa Confirmation Letter” from the tour operator in Hanoi responsible for the tour arrangements. We shall obtain the visa confirmation letter and forward it to you. The confirmation letter implies that the tour operator is responsible for you during your entire stay in Vietnam and eliminates further questioning by the Vietnamese Embassy.
Please note that Vietnamese Embassies generally do not consider the exact travel dates but simply stamp visas valid for 3 months and entitling the holder for 1 single entry into Vietnam within these 3 months. Therefore, we will forward to you the visa confirmation letter approximately 1 ½ month before the start of the tour to ensure that the validity of your visa will extend beyond the length of your stay in Vietnam. Once you have received your visa confirmation letter, you should contact the nearest Vietnamese Embassy or Permanent Mission to obtain visas application forms, fill in the visa application forms in triplicate, attach one passport photo to each copy of the application form and enclose a printout copy of the visa confirmation letter with the application. Please refer to List of diplomatic missions of Vietnam for a list of all Vietnamese Embassies, Permanent Missions, and Consulate Generals.

REGISTRATION / DEPOSIT
Due to the cumbersome logistics involved with obtaining all necessary permits and border formalities, we must impose the following conditions for registration of your participation in the tour:

  • The deadline for the latest registrations is two months before the tour start
  • Confirmation of your participation in the tour will only be confirmed against the payment of 10% deposit (down payment) of total tour price.
  • First come – first served: the date of receipt of your deposit (down payment) will determine whose participation will be confirmed first. We will not confirm participation in the tour before receipt of your deposit.

We shall guarantee the departure of the tour with a minimum of 4 bikers and shall limit the maximum size of the group to no more than 15 bikes.

With your registration for the tour, we also need the following personal data from you:

Family Name(s) – as per passport:
First Name(s) – as per passport:
Passport Number:
Nationality:
Date of Birth:
Passport Issue Date:
Passport Issue Place:
Passport Expiry Date:

Please note that to participate in this tour, you must own a valid international driver’s license for motorcycles over 500cc.

For inquiries or in case of any uncertainties, please contact us under info@bigbiketours.com.

FULL PREPAYMENT
Because we shall have to fully prepay all suppliers far in advance, we require your full prepayment of the tour (minus the deposit) by latest two months before tour start.

CANCELLATION FEES
Please note that the following cancellation fees apply in the case that you are obliged to cancel the reservations for the tour at last minute:

If cancellation is received: Fee (in % of the total tour price)
60 Days to 15 Days 30% of Tour cost
30 Days to 8 Days 50% of Tour cost
14 Days or less 100% of Tour cost

We strongly recommend that you purchase individualized travel and/or medical insurance from any insurance company in your home market to prevent from having to incur any unexpected medical or travel expenses.

INSURANCE – THAILAND & LAOS
The motorcycles carry compulsory third party insurance according to Thai law but do not carry full comprehensive insurance as this is not available in Thailand for rental motorcycles. The tour participant, therefore, carries the maximum risk of 175.000 THB in case of total damage to his/her motorcycle. The participant is not liable for technical failure in the case of engine or gearbox problems nor for wear and tear.

INSURANCE – VIETNAM
The motorcycles only carry compulsory third party insurance for Thailand – not for Vietnam as our Thai insurance company’s coverage does not extend beyond Thailand. Consequently, the participant carries full risk in case of an accident, regardless of whether the accident is caused by the tour participant or by a third party. Please bear also in mind that in the case of an accident, the adversary will most likely not be carrying any insurance coverage at all. Hence, the tour participant carries the maximum risk of 175.000 THB in case of total damage to his/her motorcycle.

OPTIONAL
Against the surcharge of 9.000 THB, we offer limited comprehensive insurance cover with a maximum liability/participation of 35.000 THB (instead of 175.000 THB) for the participant in case of damage sustained to his/her motorcycle. For minor damage, we will collect the costs for repair at the end of the tour as it is easier to handle such minor cases on the spot. Tour participants who opt for fully comprehensive insurance cover will also have to deposit 35.000 THB in cash at the beginning of the tour.

It is also important to know that the participant is liable for damage caused to his/her motorcycle in the case of an accident caused by a third person. Third-party insurance in Thailand generally only covers bodily harm caused to the third party and does not cover damage caused to the vehicle of a third party.

THAILAND CURRENCY / CREDIT CARDS
American Express, Visa, and Master Card are widely accepted in Thailand. Cash payments are only accepted in Thailand’s own currency (Thai Baht). It is easy to exchange major foreign currencies into Thai Baht as there are official money changers at most touristic places. ATM’s can be found almost everywhere. Please do not bring Euro cheques as these can only be cashed at major banks.

LAOS CURRENCY / CREDIT CARDS
The best way to Laos will be to use Thai Bath over there. In Laos, Thai Bath can use and is accepted everywhere. 1 Thai Bath is about 250 KIP. ATM’s can be found almost everywhere.

VIETNAM CURRENCY / CREDIT CARDS
ATM’s are not yet widespread in Vietnam, and only major hotels and sometimes upcountry accept the most common credit cards such as American Express and Visa. At many places, however, credit cards will not be accepted at all. Hence, it is useful to bring cash US Dollars, preferably also in small denominations as many shops upcountry cannot easily provide change for a 100-Dollar bill. You may also want to change some foreign currency into Vietnamese Dong (VND) as the Vietnamese only trade in their currency. When paying for something small with US Dollars, the change will most likely be rendered in Vietnamese Dong (VND). This change, in turn, can be used again for buying a drink or for small tips, etc. Bringing traveler cheques is useless as only the Vietnamese Investment, and Commercial Bank (VICB) or the Vietnamese Foreign Trade Bank (VFTB) in Saigon would trade in these through cumbersome and time-consuming procedures. However, it is now possible to change US Dollars and even Euro into local currency at most airports and many other places. We recommend changing some Vietnamese Dong (VND) already in your home country.


Day 1. Chiang Mai, Arrival


Day 2. Chiang Mai – Chiang Khong (Thailand) 288 km

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Day 3. Chiang Khong – Oudomxay (Thailand / Laos) 294 km

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Day 4. Oudomxay – Muang Khua – Dien Bien Phu (Laos / Vietnam) 206 km

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Day 5. Dien Bien Phu – Sapa (Vietnam) 295 km

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Day 6. Rest Day in Sapa (Vietnam)

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Day 7. Sapa – Ha Giang (Vietnam) 237 km

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Day 8. Ha Giang – Lung Cu – Dong Van (Vietnam) 187 km

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Day 9. Dong Van – Ba Be (Vietnam) 254 km

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Day 10. Ba Be – Hanoi (Vietnam) 240 km

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Day 11. & 12. Rest Day in Hanoi (Vietnam) 432 km

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Day 13. Hanoi – Tam Coc – Ninh Binh (Vietnam) 117 km

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Day 14. Ninh Binh – Con Cuong (Vietnam) 243 km

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Day 15. Con Cuong – Phonsavan (Vietnam / Laos) 268 km

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Day 16. Phonsavan – Luang Prabang (Laos) 267 km

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Day 17. Rest Day in Luang Prabang (Laos)

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Day 18. Luang Prabang – Hongsa – Chiang Klang (Laos / Thailand) 200 km

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Day 19. Chiang Klang – Phayao – Chiang Mai (Thailand) 326 km

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Day 20. Chiang Mai, Departure



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