Cat Tien National Park comprises an amazingly biodiverse area of lowland tropical rainforest. The 72,000-hectare park is one of the outstanding natural treasures in Vietnam. The hiking, mountain biking, and bird watching here are the best in the south of the country. This motorbike tour Vietnam will help you explore this park and the countryside in the south of Central Highlands via Cu Chi tunnel.
- Stars and ends in Saigon.
- Visit the floating village in La Nga.
- A ride to the volcanoes in Dinh Quan.
- Ride to the local farmers and their pepper.
- Discover the Nam Cat Tien National Park.
- Licensed and professional tour leader.
- Honda or Yamaha motorcycle rental.
- 1 night accommodation
Your accommodation will be a twin, double, or private room in a hotel or a homestay.
- Japanese motorcycle rental.
- A licensed and professional tour leader with good English.
- Salary, foods, drink, hotels, insurances, and petrol fees for the tour leader.
- Helmets and bag covers (if needed).
- 1-night accommodation.
- Transfer costs for all the bikes, guides, and riding gears to return home after tour.
- Company tax.
- Visiting fees
- Meals and drink.
- Any other extra requirements.
- Any damage costs of clients’ motorbikes during the tour.
- Support vehicle for luggage.
- Seasonal surcharges.
- Upgrade to a three or four star hotel / resort.
- Upgrade to a Japanese Honda XR dirt bikes 250cc
Pre Full Paid before Departure
- A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price.
- The rest of the payment should be paid 07 days before arrival.
- If the booking is cancelled up to 10 days prior to the arrival date, there is no cancellation fee.
- If the booking is cancelled less than 10 days prior to the arrival date, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
We will let you know in booking confirmation
Tour Detail Itinerary
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You will depart from your hotel in Saigon and you will travel by the Road 20 to the southwest of Central Highlands. Along the way, you’ll visit the floating village in La Nga, the volcanoes in Dinh Quan, the local farmers and their pepper, as well as coffee and rubber plantations. After you check in at Nam Cat Tien National Park, depend on your time, you can choose to book one of the daytime trek or nighttime jeep tour to see the flora and fauna at the park such as the golden-cheeked gibbon, a wide range of birds, butterflies, and of course the forest itself.
There are spectacular trees including Tung (Tetrameles nudiflora), afzel (red wood), Afzelia xylocarpa, and various Dipterocarps. It is possible but unlikely for you to see deer and wild boar during the daytime trek when the forest is very quiet. Deer, civet cats, and other animals including gaur (wild cows) are more active after dark and best be seen by the nighttime jeep tour.
Rare Siamese crocodiles can be seen at the crocodile lake which is again best be seen in the late afternoon onwards. From the larger fauna, only a few wild elephants still survive in remote areas to the south-west of the park. You’ll stay overnight at the park.
Either you do the daytime trek or nighttime jeep tour, you will continue to travel to the southwest of Central Highlands to visit the heroic Cu Chi Tunnels. Did you know who were the first men that explored the Cu Chi Tunnels? It’s the Australian soldiers, not the U.S army, “Tunnel Rats – How It All Began”.
In January 1965, a unique chapter of Australian military history was created when a young Royal Australian Engineer’s captain called Sandy MacGregor encountering a Vietcong tunnel system asked a very pertinent question, “does anybody knows what’s down there?”.
Sandy’s men in 3 Field Troop answered that by being the first allied soldiers to explore the Vietcong’s tunnels in Cu Chi, the US Army protocol was to identify the entrances and destroy them, thereby creating the legend of the Tunnel Rats. You also can do the gun shooting here (your option). You will continue to travel by the small back road to Saigon. It’s the end of 2 days Saigon to Nam Cat Tien motorbike tour.
- Customize Tour
- Seat in Coach
- Private Group
- Adventure Activities
- Private Couple
- Group of Friends
- Old Persons over 50s
- Teenager Activities
- Executive Retreats
- Women Only
- For Everyone
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- Group Tour Guider