Take an Easy-Rider Tour of Vietnam !

 Welcome to Vietnam!

I hope you enjoy this wonderful country as much as I do.  As a tour guide for over 10 years, I have had the privilege of sharing the highlights of Vietnam's Central Highlands and other areas with hundreds of clients from around the world.  My tours are customized to your desires, but I specialize in the "real" Vietnam that most tourists never get to see.  Please check out the link to comments from several of my clients; their best recommendation, however, is that many come back to tour again and have kept in touch with me over the years.  I am looking forward to meeting you and working with you to create the experience of a lifetime.

I can arrange tours for groups of any size and of any duration.  Starting and ending cities are flexible as well.  Although I usually work as an "easy-rider" guide, some clients prefer to ride their own motorbike or to tour in an enclosed vehicle.  Just let me know how I can meet your needs.

 

In general I will take care of your luggage, book accomodations, provide helmets, rain gear, all transportation and entrance fees, translate and explain what you are seeing and answer all of your questions.  There is no easier nor more interesting way to travel.

 

As an example of the amazing experiences offered, the photos on this site were taken by clients while on Adventure Tours.

Vietnam is one of the most rapidly developing countries in the world.  Despite this, traditional ways of life continue in many areas. Crops including coffee, tea, silk, cashews, rice, rubber, tapioca, and fruit are raised throughout the Highlands.  Livestock including cattle, pigs and chickens wander freely.  Although traditions are maintained, currently the contrasts between new and old are amazing: dirt-floored homes sport satellite dishes and few families are without a motorbike and cell-phone.  As the country is becoming more open and changing rapidly, now is a great time to visit. Best of all, the Vietnamese people are famous for being friendly and welcoming to foreigners.  Visitors are frequently greeted by children calling out "hello!" and "where are you from?"