ADD-ON SERVICES FOR YOUR VIETNAM MOTORBIKE TOURS
Hanoi Motorbike Rental provides add-on services to assist our customers in Vietnam. We rent Japanese Honda new road bikes 125cc, new dirt bikes 125cc, reliable 250cc enduros and also semi-automatic or automatic scooters 100-125cc. Quality at reasonable prices! We are not the cheapest but in the long run, you save because bikes are good, use less fuel than other brands. In addition, support and back-up are available with an English speaking staff and we have no hidden charge.
These services are not available if you don’t hire our motorbike(s). Below are some add-on services you may add to your motorbike rental. Special requirements will also be provided (if legal and available). Contact us at [email protected] for more details.
Vietnam’s Visa On Arrival (VOA)
We simply get a pre-approved visa letter (in two working days, express letter in a day is 10$US/person extra) and send to you. Then you print and take a copy to get the official stamp at the airports in Vietnam. However, this is not good if you arrive by land. For a standard tourist 30 -day visa, you pay us 20$US/person for the letter and 45$US to the border police to get the stamp of a 30-day tourist visa. In fact, there is only a short form you need to fill in.
Hotel Room Booking In Hanoi
We book hotel rooms in the Old Quarter of Hanoi. The cost of a room is from 29$US to 70$US/night. They are two to three stars hotels.
Airport Transfers In Hanoi
We work with private car owners, not dodgy taxi drivers, who provide professional transfer services. They won’t take you around for commission, just take you to the address you want.
Motorbike Riding Lesson In Hanoi
We recommend this lesson if you are new to motorbikes or want to flow comfortably with Vietnamese scary traffic. The cost is 30$US/person and in one or two hours. After this lesson, you can ride safely in Vietnam.
This motorbike riding lesson is only provided to customers who want to rent scooters for riding in Hanoi as a commuter or riders who join our guided trips. It’s not provided as a stand alone service. Therefore, if you want to explore Vietnam on your own on self-guided trips and want this motorbike lesson then sadly we don’t offer it. Riding in Vietnam is dangerous and it requires much more than just riding ability. It’s, in fact, more like a game of coming back in one piece!
Recently, some of our clients who never ride two wheels before came and tried a lesson. It didn’t work. Make sure at least you ride a two-wheel vehicle before like a bicycle, an electric scooter, an automatic scooter or a push bike. If you never ride any of these, rent a bicycle in Hanoi before taking this lesson. It helps save our time!