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Ninh Binh and Hoa Lu 2-Day Small Group Tour from Hanoi

1. Ninh Binh and Hoa Lu 2-Day Small Group Tour from Hanoi

Get back to nature and explore the ancient cultures of Vietnam on a 2-day tour of Tam Coc and Hoa Lu. Spend the night at a luxury homestay and learn about the everyday life of the locals. Day 1: Hanoi – Tam Coc Depart Hanoi and travel to Ninh Binh in the Red River Delta. Visit the limestone cave of Tam Coc on a boat trip down the Ngo Dong River. Enjoy the peaceful scenery of limestone mountains, rice paddies, and local temples. Check-in to your luxury bungalow accommodation and chat with the locals. Savor the local cuisine, including a refreshing green tea or coffee. Then, explore Ninh Binh by bike and cycle past rice fields and mountains. See the Bich Dong Pagoda, and learn about the Buddhist culture of Vietnam. Return to the bungalow and enjoy some free time before dinner served by the local host family. Day 2: Mua Cave – Hoa Lu – Hanoi Enjoy breakfast at the bungalow before cycling to Mua Cave. Hike to the peak of Ngoa Long Mountain and get amazing views of Tam Coc and the Ninh Binh area. Check out before lunch, and then visit the ancient capital of Hoa Lu. Admire the temple of King Dinh before the drive back to Hanoi.

Hanoi: Instagram-Worthy Tour of City’s Most Scenic Spots

2. Hanoi: Instagram-Worthy Tour of City’s Most Scenic Spots

Start the tour while posing at St. Joseph's Cathedral and wandering around the central spots of the Old Quarter. Your professional guide will not only take special and cool shots for you, but also make your picture spectacular and unique. Next to the cathedral, you also can capture a nice shot at the Hanoi House Cafe with its ancient features surrounding you.   The next stop will be the Ceramic Mosaic Mural, the longest and the most colorful street which was built to celebrate 1,000 years of civilization in Hanoi. You can go along the street and choose the best scenes or go to the Long Biên Bridge to get the combination of both bridge and mural in your photos. Your next scenic spot will be West Lake with the panoramic view of the biggest lake in the city combined with oldest Buddhist temple, the Tran Quoc Pagoda. After that, you will pass by Phan Dinh Phung Street, crossing the Cua Bac Church and the Imperial Citadel of Thăng Long. Last but not least, you also have the chance to snap Hanoi Train Street, one of the must-see places that cannot be left out.

Bat Trang Pottery ancient village by Motorbike

3. Bat Trang Pottery ancient village by Motorbike

You will meet with your motorbike  tour guide at your hotel in Hanoi downtown, then start the trip to Bat Trang pottery village. Arrive Bat Trang pottery village, then go to a workshop to make ceramic items by yourself with the traditional family. After drying your products, you will paint and cover them with different colors for decoration and make it become more and more unique. Afterwards, have lunch in restaurant near Bat Trang market. Then, walk around the area of making ceramic products, enter the ancient area in Bat Trang village. Get in Bat Trang market and have a look of variety of ceramic products there. Afterwards, get back to Hanoi city – the Old Quarter and to your hotel.

Hanoi: 5-Hour Street Food Tour by Motorbike

4. Hanoi: 5-Hour Street Food Tour by Motorbike

When talking about the food in Vietnam, there is plenty of diverse food experiences in every city and they express the special cultures as well as the lifestyles of locals. Join this tour and go you around all the hidden alleys to find amazing local cuisines. Itinerary: 6:00 PM - Pick-up at hotel and beginning the Hanoi Street Food Tour By Night with our lady bikers 6:20 PM - The first destination is “Bun cha – Noodle Soup With Porkpie”, which is a special noodle from the North side of Vietnam 7:00 PM - Walk around Hanoi Old Quarter and Hoan Kiem Lake to relax, you will have a chance to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of Hanoi at night as well as listen to the history of Hoan Kiem Lake and Ngoc Son Temple. 7:30 PM - Go to Ly Thai To Park 8:00 PM - The next stop is “The Hanoi shrimp pancake”, which is a really popular cake here. 9:00 PM - Continue to the President Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, which is one of the most attractive historical places in Hanoi. You will be able to participate in the flag lowering ceremony and find out information about the influential leader. 9:15 PM - It’s time to have dessert in the last place which is “Coconut Ice cream”, which is the best dessert in the lovely city. 09:30 PM - Drop off at your hotel.

Half-Day Hanoi Foodie Tour by Motorbike

5. Half-Day Hanoi Foodie Tour by Motorbike

The tour guide will pick you up at your hotel in the morning. Meet the group at a cafe in the Old Quarter. Sit on the street and drink egg coffee or tea. Start your tour around Hanoi’s Old Quarter and Hoan Kiem Lake, see the famous old buildings up close and feel the atmosphere of the local people doing business. Arrive at Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum where you will have a guided tour, on foot, with a professional tour guide to talk you through its history and answer any questions you may have. Afterwards, ride around the city, outside of the Old Quarter, where most tourists don’t visit, past by some of the majestic, historical buildings to the edge of West Lake and stop for Vietnamese tea.  Followed by this, ride around West Lake, past some of the most expensive real estate in Vietnam, with a number of short stops for photo opportunities. Stop for lunch. Enjoy lunch at an authentic Vietnamese restaurant with a wonderful variety of unlimited food to cater for every taste. After lunch you will be taken back to your hotel. 

Hanoi: City Sights and Temple of Literature Motorbike Tour

6. Hanoi: City Sights and Temple of Literature Motorbike Tour

Head off on a motorbike tour to discover Hanoi like a real local. Hop on the back on the motorbike and let your driver/guide show you the main sights of the bustling city. Stop at main landmarks like the historic Opera House, take a short walk on the campus of Vietnam’s first university, and zoom through the streets in style before tucking into a delicious local lunch. Begin with a visit to the Opera House, dating back to the 10th century. Built during the Ly Dynasty, it is a true historic landmark in Hanoi. The zoom on to stroll through Vietnam's first university, the Temple of Literature. Continue to Quan Su Pagoda, where many important Buddhist activities take place, before carrying on to explore a second-hand market, where you will get a look at the daily life of locals. Finally, head to Hanoi’s 36 Old Streets and stop for lunch at a traditional restaurant. Taste a variety of dishes at an eatery that’s a local favorite. Enjoy cold local beer, soft drinks, or tea. Spend some time shopping before heading back to your hotel.

From Hanoi: 5-Day Hanoi Motorbike Tour to Ha Giang

7. From Hanoi: 5-Day Hanoi Motorbike Tour to Ha Giang

Embark on a lifetime journey and enjoy amazing rides on curvy scenic passes and even single dirt tracks to explore the stunning landscapes of Northeast with waterfalls, rivers, high mountains, and terraces. Day 1: Head towards Vu Linh village (Thac Ba lake, Yen Bai) 180 km with lunch and dinner included. Start your tour by riding on to dike roads following the Red river to Thac Ba lake. See the beautiful countryside with its rice and green tea fields. Turn to the little road to Vu Linh village that is populated by Dzao ethnic minority by the side of Thac Ba lake. Meet these very friendly people and enjoy an exceptional welcome. Spend the night at a local homestay. Day 2: Head towards Ha Giang City for 180 km with 3 meals included. After breakfast, ride along the Thac Ba lake on a small road lined by palm trees and scenic mountain views to join the main Road 2, heading up to Ha Giang where you will stop for the night and apply for a permit. Stay overnight at a local hotel. Day 3: Go from Ha Giang to Dong Van (Ha Giang) – offroad tours to Tribal Villages 160 km with 3 meals included. Wake up to the beautiful morning, on this day you will ride on small challenging mountain roads (but incredibly beautiful) on the land of colorful mountain hill-tribes. Head up the Ma Pi Leng Pass and visit another amazing place, with cloudy mountain ranges and the poetic Nho Que river winding off in the distance. Ride on a zig-zag track until reaching Vuong Family’s Residence, 14 km before Dong Van. The Vuong Family was considered the King of the Hmong People in Dong Van, Ha Giang. Their residence was built in the scenic valley of Sa Phin with Chinese architecture. Sleep at a local hotel.  Day 4: Head from Dong Van to Ba Be National Park (Bac Kan) via Meo Vac 160 km with 3 meals included. Cross the wild regions of the mythical province of Ha Giang, Meo Vac is included. It shares the border with Dong Van District of Ha Giang Province and Bao Lam District of Cao Bang Province. Meo Vac has most of the terrain in the Rock Plateau of Dong Van and above 1000 meters above sea level. Meo Vac has a harsh climate in the winter which is from November to April with dry and freezing cold weather. It is inhabited by different ethnic minorities including the H’mong, the King, Tay, Dzao. Overnight at homestay Day 5: Ride from Ba Be to Hanoi 230 km breakfast and lunch is included. After breakfast, take another boat-ride on Ba Be lake to another side, before jumping on our motorbikes to Cho Ra, head up to main Road 3. Ba Be National Park is an abundant bio reserve area containing the world’s only fresh-water karst lake and several rare species of fauna and flora. And head back to Hanoi.

Hanoi Night Lights Food Tour by Motorbike

8. Hanoi Night Lights Food Tour by Motorbike

Your tour guide will collect you from your hotel in the evening. Meet the group and have a full safety briefing about the tour. Then set off to tour around Hanoi’s Old Quarter and Hoan Kiem Lake and be amazed at the lively small alleys that are not even noticeable during the day. Take a number of short stops to take photos and learn about the history of the Old Quarter. Ride around the city, outside of the Old Quarter, where most tourists don’t visit, past some of the majestic, historical buildings. Enjoy eating a range of small Vietnamese snacks. Ride past Red river & Long Bien Bridge to see the night lights outside Hanoi’s Old Quarter. Then stop for Dinner. Experience dinner at an authentic Vietnamese Restaurant with a wonderful variety of unlimited food to cater for every taste. Travel down a historical street and enjoy Vietnamese traditional sweet desert. You will have the option for your tour guide to take you to any location in the Old Quarter or to your hotel. 

4-Hour Ha Noi Nightlife by Scooter Tour

9. 4-Hour Ha Noi Nightlife by Scooter Tour

If you want a once-in-a-lifetime experience in Hanoi, or if you are looking for some exciting and entertaining activities to do at night, then the Hanoi by night tour is ideal. On this tour, travel on the back of a motorbike in the busy streets of Hanoi. Your local female rider will ensure you are safe and secure. After picking you up at your hotel, head out to enjoy dinner at one of the best local restaurants that specializes in bun cha noodle soup. So how to experience the real nightlife in Hanoi? Visit the night market and browse all the unique goods which can only be found in Hanoi. You can even try bargaining with the help of your local guide if you want to buy something. After the colorful night market, take a stroll to the Old Quarter. Despite being a tourist area, the Old Quarter still keeps the traditional customs and reflects the real lifestyle of Hanoi people. Here you can see the old stores with lots of traditional crafts, or young people having fun with friends on the sidewalk. Join them and enjoy special iced lemon tea with sunflower seeds. This experience is unique to Hanoi and you'll experience it too. The highlight of the tour is probably the water puppet show, one of the most interesting traditional performances in Vietnam. You will be amazed at how lively and extraordinary those special puppets are, as well as the talent of the puppet master. To finish the tour, you can still have tons of fun by singing karaoke – one of the most popular night-time activities of Vietnamese people – before returning to your hotel.

Hanoi: Half-Day Guided City Tour on Vintage Minsk Motorbike

10. Hanoi: Half-Day Guided City Tour on Vintage Minsk Motorbike

The tour starts by picking up from your hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter or the meeting point. Choose to have a private guide or go on a fun group tour. You will be greeted by the guide and driver for a safety briefing and introduction to your Soviet-era Minsk bike. Then, begin your urban adventure to the best sights, neighborhoods, and food spots in Hanoi. Dive into the real Hanoi and visit the more hidden parts of the city. Taste a slice of Hanoian life in the maze of backstreets, tiny alleyways, local homes, schools, and markets, experiencing where and how locals live, work, and play. Next, move onto the second part of the tour, where you’ll pass by and stop at the must-see sights. You’ll see many places, including: Ho Chi Minh mausoleum (which is considered the Mecca of the Vietnamese), The 1000-year-old Buddhist and Taoist temples of Tran Quoc, the Temple of Literature, the historical training track, the enchanting French Quarter, the hustling and bustling Old Quarter, the romantic lakes of Hoan Kiem, West Lake, the Hanoi Opera House, and the famous Long Bien bridge. You will also visit the poetic and peaceful villages and floating community along the Red River. Enrich your experience with the harmonious contrast between the city and the countryside of Hanoi. While en route between stops, grab a bite to eat at authentic local restaurants, eateries, and food stalls. Savor the tastiest Hanoi’s dishes, including family heirloom and secret recipe dishes.

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What people are saying about Hanoi

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 76 reviews

the guides were very articulate, very fluent in English so that made the tour around the village very understandable. Their service was amazing - especially in terms of their warmth and humour! I really liked how personal the tour was and that the guides made us feel as though we were travelling with familiar friends. The food places they brought us was great too, very glad i could try deserts i haven’t tried before xD Although the tour was a bit pricey, I think it is a pretty good investment for the quality of the service and experience.

We had a great time with Fifi and Alex. They showed us the most interesting places in Hanoi in historical and cultural terms. They didn't rush us, we had time for photos they took of us. Riding a scooter was an interesting experience and at the same time we felt very safe. Historical knowledge was completely sufficient for us and not overloaded. They answered all our additional questions in an interesting way with a smile. Super guides

It was a super nice tour, my guide Rumi was a very eay to chat to and showed me wonderful spots. She also encouraged me to take great pics! I am ver grateful for having booked the tour. Highly recommended!!!

It was fun to have a friendly tour guide, the trip more enjoyable.

Ruby and Dan were great. Very friendly and helpful.