DMZ Adventure

Take a shot of history as we ride through stunning mountain scenery and lush, mountain pathways that lead us back in time to remote border villages.

DMZ Adventure


Most popular, Off-road Sections

4 days/3 nights

Driver / Pillion, Jeep, Motorbike self-ride, Scooter self-ride

755 km

Price: from 540 USD

4 days/3 nights – Take a shot of history as we ride through stunning mountain scenery and lush, mountain pathways that lead us back in time to remote border villages and to sites of more recent and bloody events. We explore sites from the American-Vietnamese war, including Khe Sanh and the notorious Vinh Moc tunnels. Both places have names that are etched in history. We retrace the steps taken by millions of soldiers as we travel down the infamous Highway 9. A night of luxury returns us to the present in the historic city of Hue, before a relaxed ride along Vietnam’s stunning coastline brings us back to Hoi An on the final day.

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Join one of our upcoming scheduled tours or depart any day with a minimum of 2 people.


    • Ethnic Minority Villages
    • Village Trekking
    • Traditional Cultural Performance (3-4 star accommodation only)
    • Cham Temple
    • Hai Van Pass
    • Local Cuisine
    • Old-Growth Rainforest
    • Mountain Waterfalls
    • Ho Chi Minh Trail
    • Hamburger Hill
    • Khe Sanh Combat Base
    • Khe Sanh Museum
    • Crossing the 17th Parallel
    • Historic Vinh Moc Tunnels
    • World Heritage Sites

    Tour Includes

    • Experienced English Speaking Guide
    • Jeep and driver or Motorbike for self-riding (licence required)
      Personal, local licensed motorbike driver if you prefer to sit on the back of the bike
    • Fuel
    • 3 x Breakfast, 4 x Lunch, 3 x Dinner
    • Snacks
    • 3 night’s accommodation
    • Bho Hoong Bungalows with Cultural Performance and Village Walk (3-4 star accommodation only)
    • Entry Fees and Ferry Crossings
    • My Son Visit (optional)
    • International Safety Standard Helmet
    • Drinking Water and Soft Drinks on the Road
    • Saddle Bags, Gloves & Rain Ponchos (if needed)
    • T-Shirt
    • If more than 6 riders there will also be a tour mechanic coming
    • If more than 8 riders there will also be a 2nd guide and support van for luggage coming along
    • Hotel pick-up and drop-off

    Tour excludes

    • Alcohol
    • Minibar Drinks
    • Drinks (after travel time on the road / during dinner)
    • Laundry
    • Personal & Motorbike Insurance (for motorcycle accident)
    • Personal Expenses/Tips
    • Damages to Motorcycle, Jeep or Tour Equipment
    Hoi An to Bho Hoong (110 km)

    Setting off from Hoi An, it is quickly apparent that this is going to be a journey like none other. The Vietnam countryside comes alive in a whole new way as you pass through the fields and villages of Hoi An on a motorbike.The route takes us away from the coast and into the hills, an area often inaccessible by normal car. As we wind into the mountains we’ll come across ancient Cham ruins and famous American war sites, hopping of our bikes to snap photos and explore the tourist-free areas.

    As we wind our way up into the hills towards the Lao border home to the Co Tu minority, we take a break to visit one of the few remaining Co Tu woodcarvers and enjoy a home cooked lunch in his stilted house before continuing our journey deep in to the mountains, meandering through isolated villages where the culture and traditions remain untouched by time making this remote and staggeringly beautiful region home to one of the most authentic hill tribes to remain in Vietnam.

    We’ll arrive at Bho Hoong, a traditional Co Tu village where we will stay for the night. Little has changed in the past hundred years in Bho Hoong and it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Central Vietnam. A light trek through the village outskirts takes us into the surrounding jungle and to rivers, where we can go for a refreshing dip. The evening is highlighted by a superb dinner of Co Tu traditional dishes, a traditional cultural performance and a chance to interact with the villager residents, gaining more insight into their rich culture. Afterwards, retreat to your stilted Co Tu hut where the serene setting and clear mountain air will lull you to sleep.

    (Accommodation: Bungalow)
    (Meals: Lunch, Dinner)


    Bho Hoong Village to Khe Sanh via A Luoi (235 km)

    Rise and shine for day two of our Hoi An Motorbike Adventure. After breakfast in the village, we say goodbye to our hosts and resume our bike ride to Khe Sanh. Today we travel the historic Ho Chi Minh Highway through lush rainforests and over magnificent mountain passes. Take a refreshing dip in a mountain waterfall at midday, where we’ll break for a picnic lunch.We begin the afternoon winding through the A Shau Valley, a ruggedly beautiful valley that became famous during the American War as the site of many battles – the most famous being Khe Sanh – where we stay for the night. Before we check into the hotel we visit the Museum and former combat base, that was under siege for 67 days.

    (Accommodation: Hotel )
    (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)


    Khe Sanh to Hue via Vinh Moc Tunnels (220 km)

    Driving along Highway 9, we pass famous American war sites like the Rock Pile and Camp Carol, before crossing the former border between North and South Vietnam at the 17th parallel. We arrive at the Vinh Moc tunnels, where an entire village went underground in the 1960s to survive the bombing. After exploring the tunnels, we head to a local beach where you can cool off with a swim. After lunch, we drive along the coastline and arrive in Hue late afternoon.

    (Accommodation: Hotel)
    (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    Hue to Hoi An via Hai Van Pass (190 km)

    On your bike – it’s time to set off on the final day of our motorbike adventure! Today’s bike journey takes us back to Hoi An by a different route, trading in the mountains for the gorgeous Vietnamese coastline. We head east from Hue and then travel parallel to the sea, passing through fishing villages and along pristine sandy beaches for the first part of the drive. The salty air and refreshing sea breezes are a dramatic contrast to the mountain air from the previous days. We’ll stop often to dip our toes in the sea, chat with fishermen and to take photos. At the half way point of our drive, we climb to Highway 1’s highest point, Hai Van Pass, where panoramic views of the coast are all around. The road then winds down toward Hoi An, passing through Danang city and along the coastline.

    (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch)


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    Basic accommodation package:
    3,105,000 VND (135 USD) per day per person going by motorbike.

    • – You can either ride yourself or sit on the back with one of our experienced drivers

    If there are two of you, it’s only 2,530,000 VND (110 USD) per day for the pillion passenger, if you share one bike.

    3-4 star accommodation package:

    4,025,000 VND (175 USD) per day per person going by motorbike or Jeep.

    • – You can either ride yourself or sit on the back with one of our experienced drivers or go as passenger in a Jeep.

    If there are two of you, it’s only 3,450,000 VND (150 USD) per day for the pillion passenger, if you share one bike.

    • – Flexible rates on larger groups.

    Children under 12 receive a 30% discount.


      An Amazing 4 Days! The scenery was spectacular, the villages we visited were really lovely and the locals we met were so welcoming even though we were intruding in their everyday lives. It is just such a beautiful country to visit and the Hoi An Motorbike adventure team make it so easy to do.

      Wendy, Australia

      Good morning Vietnam — the best adventure ever! We booked the DMZ tour with Hoi An Motorbike Adventures which was four days and three nights of amazing experiences. We had an absolute blast and our eyes, ears and brains were opened wide for the entire trip.

      Julie, New Zealand

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