I booked a motorbike tour from Mui Ne to Nha Trang for 4 days. Started the trip with Mr. Thang. The motorbike was surprisingly very comfortable. Thang was very friendly and flexible. I would ask him to stop whenever I wanted to take a photo or just stretch my legs and back. He took me to all the nice local places to eat. After the second day I changed my itinerary and extended by one more day to end at Saigon. The route was very beautiful. The last 3 days of my trip was along with a Danish solo traveller. Both our guides were good friends and we 4 had an awesome time together. We all enjoyed together - rode, visited, drank, ate, partied.. :) it was amazing to see how easily we could interact with the locals. People are very friendly in the countryside and always eager to talk and of course ask 'how old are you?' ;) We visited many factories and plantations on the way - coffee, cashew, cocoa, flowers, rice, banana, peanut, dragon fruit, rubber, silk factory, rice noodle and paper making, brick factory etc. etc. We weren't blessed with good weather all 5 days. That's anyway part of the experience and we were well taken care of with raincoats and careful riding. Overall it was good fun and as everyone says it's a must to know Vietnam on a motorbike. Be open to adapting your itinerary to what you would like to experience, they are very flexible and will accommodate changes whenever feasible. The trip does include some very bumpy roads so be ready to enjoy that! :D There was one stretch of very bad muddy trail with beautiful plantations on both sides. I had to get off the bike and walk as my guide struggled to manoeuvre the bike. We even fell down once on this trail while riding very slowly and had such a good laugh. It was all part of the experience and I thoroughly enjoyed every bit even the rainy and windy days. The riders are very careful and experienced. You can fully trust them and just sit back and enjoy this journey of your life!! There are many Easy Riders in Vietnam. People say the original one is the Dalat Easy Riders wearing blue jackets. As long as you have a good guide and an open mind, it doesn't matter with which company you book your trip. They all seem to have a good reputation. I can recommend Mr. Thang 100%. If you are to still sceptical, meet your guide a day before your ride to know him better and see if you fell comfortable.
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