Cuc Phuong National Park Motorbike tour

Highlights:

  • Surround yourself in the rich history and breathtaking scenery of Vietnam.
  • A short cruise on bamboo junk along Trang An river. You will see limestone karst mountains with rice field on two side of river.
  • See farmers work on the field from seating-rider.
  • Step back in time at the ancient citadel of Hoa Lu, Vietnam’s first capital.
  • Lunch at local restaurant with famous dishes: Toasted rice, Goat meat.

Tour style: Local Life & Culture, History & Heritage

Group size:  maximum 8 motorcycles, 8 – 14 people (8 riders & pillions).

Motorcycle: Honda Future Neo 125cc or Yamaha YBR 125cc (details about Our Motorbikes)

Duration: 2 days

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Route Map


Itinerary: Cuc Phuong National Park, Hoa Lu ancient citadel 2 days

1.  Hanoi – Cuc Phuong National Park (~120 km)

Cuc Phuong has humid tropical forest ecosystem diversity with 89 species of mammals, 300 species of birds, 120 species of reptiles and amphibians, 60 species of fish and nearly 2000 species of insects8:00: Tour guide of Motorbike Tours Vietnam will welcome you at the hotel; take you to the garage, practice with motorbike before starting. And tour guide will not talk about some notes while driving in Vietnam.

8:30 Beginning drive to Cuc Phuong National Park, along the way you will see the vast rice fields, and farmers are working hard on the field. When in Cuc Phuong, you will feel a fresh and pleasant atmosphere, leaving the noise of the city.

Established in 1962, Cuc Phuong is the oldest national park in Vietnam. Located only 120km southwest of Hanoi and nestled between the provinces of Ninh Binh, Hoa Binh and Thanh Hoa, Cuc Phuong boasts an engaging cultural and wildlife heritage and enchanting scenery. Lunch at stilt house, deep in the forest.

14:00 Departure a short trekking trip into the depths of the forest. Tour Guide will lead you through the small path, feel the taste of their own forest. You will visit a variety of different plants, trees thousands of years old.
Dinner at stilt house. You can stay and sleep at home stay or private room with fully equipped.

Meal: LunchDinner

2. Cuc Phuong Park – Hoa Lu ancient citadel, Trang An – Hanoi (~150 km)

Trang An is a primary forest of great diversity in flora and fauna. According to statistics, Trang An is home to about 577 plant species including 10 species listed in the Red Book of Vietnam. It has rare animals, such as precious primate branch panties, phoenix earthIn the morning, we will go straight to Hoa Lu ancient capital city. Visiting the Dinh & Le Temple, restored in the 17th century the temples are dedicated Dinh and Le emperors and believed to be built on the original foundations of the old palaces from the 11th and 12th centuries.

The journey continues to Trang An complex. The entire cave is home to 50 of Trang An caves connecting 30 small valleys which follow about 10 kilometers from North to South. This is the perfect destination for who loves nature and discover the magnificent caves of Ninh Binh. Guests will seat on bamboo boat to go on the trip about 3 hours. Sitting on the boat you’ll see firsthand the beautiful scenery of the mountains, go through many caves lie under the mountains.
The lunch at a traditional restaurant with special dishes of Ninh Binh: Toasted rice, Goat meat (with many different dishes)

Afternoon: Depart to Hanoi, along the Ho Chi Minh trail. The way, that is a legend in the history, it was built and operated during the Vietnam War (1955 – 1975). Now it has been rebuilt, you can see a lot of changing on two side of road.

Arriving Hanoi about 5:30 PM. The trip end, a good trip on next time.

Meal: BreakfastLunch

2 Responses

  1. Greg says:

    Hi
    I am travelling by myself and wish to join your two day red delta motor bike tour with other members of a group departing 28july2014. Can you confirm a place for me and your cost.
    Greg

    • motorcycle tours vietnam says:

      Hi Greg. I was send an email to you, very glad to know you, pls check your inbox. Looking forward to receiving your mail soon. Best regards!

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