The Hai Van Pass is the most famous pass in Vietnam, it offers stunning views of both the mountains and the sea at the same time and is conveniently located between Hue and Hoi An making it easily ride able for all travellers and backpackers wanting to see Vietnam the way it should be seen, on motorbike or scooter.
We have a selection of bikes available for the Hai Van Pass both automatic and manual. Our automatic scooters are all 2018 Honda Vision 110cc and Suzuki Impulse 125cc. New, reliable and strong engines mean they are great for the Hai Van Pass for beginners and take take 1 or 2 people. For those wanting a manual bike we have the classic Detech Win, (Honda Win), which is iconic as the backpackers bike for Vietnam as well as bigger bikes such as the Honda XR 150cc which are great for a more experienced rider.
With Style Motorbikes you can rent from either Hoi An or Hue one way to the other location from as little as $20 for the day with no additional cost for dropping off the bike so that you can do the motorbike tour yourself. If you are enjoying riding the bike then you are able to extend the rental for as little as $10 per day or even travel all the way up to Hanoi or down to HCMC.
Included in the renting price is the the drop off in the other city, the shipping of your backpacks to the end location, a good quality helmet, protection if you need it as well as a phone holder and USB charger for navigation.
Between Hue and Hoi An there is not only the Hai Van Pass but also the city of Da Nang, the stunning views at the look out point of Ban Co Peak and the national park Bach Ma which can all be enjoyed in a day or longer if you have the time.
From Hue it is also possible to reach Phong NHA national park within 2 days so if you have 5 days then you are able to get to Phong NHA enjoy the national park and return to Hue.
Below is our downloadable map of the Hai Van Pass. You can download this and keep is saved in Google Maps so that you can follow this on your trip using the phone holder which is included on all of the bikes. Just open this on your phone and it will load onto your Google Maps.