The New Route

As of 2015 H2H is using a new route, which clocks in at almost exactly 2,000 km. Each day is an active hyperlink to Map My Ride.

Day 1: Hanoi to Cho Ben (74km)
Day 2: Cho Ben to Cam Thuy (86km)
Day 3: Cam Thuy to Yen Cat (72km)
Day 4: Yen Cat to Tan Ky (91km)
Day 5: Tan Ky to Pho Chau (90km)
Day 6: Pho Chau to Huong Khe (54km)
Day 7: Huong Khe to Quy Dat (70km)
Day 8: Quy Dat to Dong Hoi (114km)
Day 9: Dong Hoi to Cam Lo (106km)
Day 10: Cam Lo to Hue (78km)
Day 11: Rest day 1
Day 12: Hue to A Luoi (73km)
Day 13: A Luoi to P'Rao (105km)
Day 14: P'Rao to Thanh My (51km)
Day 15: Thanh My to Kham Duc (57km)
Day 16: Rest day 2
Day 17: Kham Duc to Plei Can (104km)
Day 18: Plei Can to Kon Tum (60km)
Day 19: Kon Tum to Pleiku (49km)
Day 20: Pleiku to Ea Drang (100km)
Day 21: Ea Drang to Buon Me Thuot (76km)
Day 22: Rest day 3
Day 23: Buon Me Thuot to Lien Son (49km)
Day 24: Lien Son to Lam Ha (100km)
Day 25: Lam Ha to Bao Loc (103km)
Day 26: Bao Loc to Gia Kiem (110km)
Day 27: Gia Kiem to Ho Chi Minh City (78km)
TOTAL: 2,002km


  1. Wow this is amazing! Thank you so much for sharing!
    We would love to do the same, but we might have 20 days not 25 days. Do you think it's possible to cut some of the distances by taking the train or something? Thank you!

    1. It's possible, you can send bikes on the train, but I think Hue might be the only city along this route with a major train station. The train runs through the more developed and often less scenic parts of the country. I know people who've done the whole thing in 14 days. You could easily do this route in fewer days, at lot of the days are around 70km or less.