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Vietnam Off-road Motorbike Tours – Contact Us

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This page provides contact us details.

Vietnam Offroad has been providing guided and unguided motorcycle adventures since December 2006. With us, you see a REAL VIETNAM that is not easily accessible by cars or public transport. We are in the noisy Old Quarter. This is the real Hanoi, and with Vietnam Offroad you get a taste of the real Vietnam. We are part of Offroad Vietnam Adventure Travel.

Our office is not difficult to find, first go to number 34A or 36 Nguyen Huu Huan street, enter the little alley between number 34A and number 36, then third back door on the left as indicated on the below map (~10m from the main street). Our sign is in orange color (see photo below). You can also enter this little street from Hang Bac and/or Luong Ngoc Quyen street but it’s more difficult to navigate.

Vietnam Off-road Motorbike Tours - Contact Us

Vietnam Offroad Travel

Add: 36 back door Nguyen Huu Huan street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, VIETNAM.
Tel: 3926 3433 (call in Hanoi). 0439 263 433 (call else where in/from Vietnam). +84 439 263 433 (call from other countries)
Mobile: 0913 047509 / 0982 050225 (call in/from Vietnam). +84 4913 047509 / +84 4982 050225 (call in/from other countries)

You can contact us via E-mail:

Yahoo and/or Skype screen name: offroadvietnam
Viber, WhatsApp, Zalo, iMessage and FaceTime: +84 913047509



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  1. Tony Howard Reply

    Hi. We are looking at doing an 8 day bike tour from Hanoi April 2-10.
    We would like a mix of road and dirt riding to see your beautiful country
    We would like 150-250cc bikes with fully guided tour.
    Please advise approx how much $ as there is just 2 of us and suggested route
    Thanks Tony

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Tony. Please check your email for a detailed reply. It’s just too long to post on here. On Honda XR150 you pay 149$US/day/person. Everything is included, except drinks, insurance, tips and riding gear rental.

  2. Anh Wu Reply

    Hello Graeme. Please check email. Dave and Marina asked about this and we sent replies.

  3. prabu Reply

    If I have a valid work permit and temporary residence card, can I import used bikes from my country for personal use?
    If I import used/new bike from my country for my personal use (I have work permit and residence card), do I need to pay taxes?

    Thanks in advance.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      You need to check with custom office where you live so they can let you know the paperwork and requirement. There is some taxes but quite cheap but you have to bring the bike out of Vietnam when you finish your job or when your work permit expires. However, many people can leave without bringing their bikes with them. Whoever buy these bikes will have to pay import taxes and change of ownership.

  4. Mark Pool Reply

    Hi. My wife and I are visiting HCMC in June for my son’s wedding. We intend to stay in Hoi An and Hanoi mostly after this. I own and ride a Tiger 800xc and a KTM 690. Unfortunately, my wife does not ride but pillions happily on the Tiger and recently on a BMW 1200 GS when we toured the Swiss and Italian Alps. I am 62 now but am fit, frequently doing 8-10 hrs/day on the 690 when I do ride. Can you recommend some 1-3 days trips in these areas with a bike that will take both of us?

    Cheers, Mark.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Mark,

      Offroad Vietnam is based in Hanoi only and haven’t provided one-way motorbike hire yet. Unfortunately, you currently need to collect and return rental bikes in Hanoi only. We rent only near new 125cc Honda bikes or the older but still reliable Honda XR250’s. They were made by Japanese Honda companies, not the Chinese copies. We don’t use other brands due to part availability and reliability. However, none of our bike is suitable for riding two up. A standard touring motorbike for two people is from 650cc and this is very expensive in Vietnam due to 120% taxes. FYI, A new BMW 1200GS costs 37,000$US in Vietnam!

      For tour itineraries from Hanoi, please follow this link.

  5. james donley Reply


    I am travelling by myself and am an experienced motorcycle rider and would like to join a group like your client ‘Jo Rogers.’

    I am available for travel starting Tues February 23 through Friday the 26th and must be back in Hanoi by Saturday March 5.

    Can you send me the details of your response to Jo Rogers and my options.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello James. Most of our tours are private and only some are open to more riders. Updates are posted here. If there is no tour you could join, it’s possible to start a new trip and we advertise to get more riders if possible. The next available tour is from February 20-26. Does this work for you? All other trips were closed for riders to tag along.

  6. MOUGENOT Antoine Reply

    residant à Hanoi depuis 1 an, je cherche déseperement à acheter une moto cross ou trail ( 200 et OU 250cc)
    auriez vous des occasions ou même un vieux modèle à faire réparer.
    Merci pour votre réponse

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Antoine. Thank you for contacting us. This French version was translated automatically buy Google Translate and we sadly don’t speak or write in French. I can understand French. For a 250cc used bike please check this link. Let us know when and what time you can come to ride test the bikes. Thanks.

  7. Dave Reply

    Hi me and the girlfriend are looking at coming to Vietnam probably end of next year and doing a 3 week bike trip around Vietnam.
    As she doesn’t ride she will be on the back so looking at a 250 at least. I am an experience rider been to most of Europe on the bike over the years.
    I like the sound of your semi-guided tours to see the best parts of Vietnam but would like to be able to stay a day or two at some of the best places, would this be possible?
    Could you give me a starting price for this type of tour?
    Thanks Dave

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Dave. Our 250cc dirt bike (Honda XR250) is powerful enough for two people. However, the seat is quite skinny (dirt bikes always have skinny seats) so you will need to stop very often. On a semi-guided trip, in addition to bike rental costs (35$US/day) you have a Vietnamese local who is a guide, a mechanic and a translator. He also takes care of the routes and helps with food and hotel arrangement. He’s a real bonus to the whole experience. His salary + his bike is 100$US/day and this cost will be shared between riders in your group. You pay him fuel, accommodation and food during the trip. This option costs 135$US/day for two of you.

  8. David Reply

    Dear Mister,
    we are 3 people 40 age yrs-old mid-experienced MotorBike drivers (we ride practically everyday). We would like to hire 3 bikes from HaNoi to tour Vietnam southwards during 10 days.

    Questions: Can we return the bike in a different city? (This would help us to maximize our 10 days trip)

    Any tip or recommendation that help us to make the most out of our trip?

    Kind regards
    David, Jose and Daniel.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello David, Jose and Daniel. We are based in Hanoi only and unfortunately haven’t provided one-way motorbike hire yet. There are some companies who offer one-way rental but sadly they don’t use same quality or bikes like our flee so sadly we can’t recommend. You could easily find them through Google. Let us know if we could assist you in any other way. Good luck with your research.

  9. jake Reply

    Hi can you please send us a quote for 3 people from hanoi to saigon we would prefer not to ride any more than 6-7hrs per day, we would like the baja250s also can you quote with and without a support vehicle. we would be looking at traveling in may. please advise how many days and nights this trip would take. thank you

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Jake. We just sent a detailed reply with different options to your email address. Please check it and let us know your thoughts. It’s just too long to post it onto this page. Thanks.

  10. Ashley Reply

    Hi Anh. I’m coming to Hanoi on the 14 feb I was looking to buy a bike and start in the north and work my way south. But I saw your web site and thought I’d like to do a tour with you guys. I’m a solo traveller and experienced bike rider. The northwest interests me with mountain passes but they all sound good. So have you got any groups I could join going out around that time? Thanks Anh. Regards, Ashley.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Ashley. Bikes we sell are at this link. You can buy a scooter or a dirt bike from us. Scooters are newer but can’t ride comfortably like dirt bikes.

  11. Rick Belfield Reply

    I will be in Hanoi on 25th,26,27, of March and after these dates was wondering if any motorcycle tours are avaiable to join into ,very flexible as to where ,when etc ,as i am solo traveller also is there bikes you can hire to ride down the country and drop off in other cities ???,costs etc
    Regards Rick

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Rick. We only have one office in Hanoi, North Vietnam and unfortunately we are not offering one-way motorbike rental. You may search for other shops that offer one-way motorcycle hire or consider buying a second hand bike in Hanoi. It costs you from just 200$US (fake Chinese Win, small and unreliable) to 950$US (good Japanese Honda dirt bike XL125). We only use real Honda bikes and have one dirt bike for sale. Good luck.

  12. Ben Hipwell Reply

    Hi there,

    I’m interested in a motorbike tour starting Wednesday 22nd Definitely one perhaps up to four people, lasting for 2 days, one night.

    Please could you outline costs and what it is you can offer? This would need to be bike hire, tour guide & equipment. Two of us are experienced offroad riders and two are novices.



    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Ben. Please check your email for a detailed reply. Thanks.

  13. Andrew Reply

    Hi there,

    Looking to hire a bike for solo trip ( myself and fiancé who will ride pillion). Do you have anything available on 26th or 27th for around five days? If so, what is the cost? Please reply via email, thanks!

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Andrew. We have the Honda GL160 available for your dates and the cost is 17$US/day. If you want to hire this bike form tomorrow or the day after, please come to our office (click here for maps) or call me on 0913047509. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

  14. Jason Reply

    I currently plan to travel from Hanoi through the following provinces (in order) from 9-23 December: Son La, Dien Bien, Lai Chau, Lao Cai, Ha Giang, Cao Bang, Lang Son, and back to Hanoi.

    I speak Vietnamese and will only require a bike. Would this be possible? Thank you.

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Jason.

      You could just hire a bike from us. Please check out road bikes and dirt bikes then let us know which bike you want to hire. We offer basic information, tips, advices and suggestion for your trip when you collect a rental bike.

      Offroad Vietnam Team.

  15. colin broadbent Reply

    approx. 6 men looking to do a 3 to 4 day tour of north Vietnam on motorbikes around 25 April 2014

  16. James Murphy Reply


    I’m going to be in Hanoi from 13th – 21st August. I’m looking to do a tour from 4 days to 6 days – do you have any available? I would be happy to join an existing tour that’s already running.



    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello James,

      We sent a reply to your email with all details you need. Please check your email. it’s too long to post on here.


      Anh Wu
      Sales Manager.

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