Vietnam Cycle Tour .There are no technical sections and the tour is suitable for riders of every level of experience. Some of the long rides will test experienced cyclists and due to the excellent nature of our support keen riders –
|Activity||Active Cycling tours|
|Group Size||2 -16 pax|
|Tour type||Group Tour|
|Depart||Join In Group on 10th Monthly|
|Price from||2.125 usd|
Day 1: Arrival – Ha Noi ( D )
Arrive in Ha Noi at the Noi Bai Airport . Meet your guide and transfer to hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure. Dinner at the local restaurant , Overnight in Ha Noi.
Day 2 : Ha Noi ( B , L , D )
A full day City tour of Vietnam ‘s capital including such sights as Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, the One Pillar Pagoda , Tran Quoc Pagoda ,the Temple of Literature , the Lake of the Restored Sword , Ngoc Son temple and the Old Quarter. In the evening: enjoy a traditional Vietnamese water puppet show. Overnight in Ha Noi .
Day 3: Ha Noi – Lang Son (165 km) ( B , L , D ) – 60km Biking
Leave Ha Noi early in the morning for Lang Son, nestling on the Chinese border, 150km north of Ha Noi. Travel by bus and bike. Transfer to hotel on arrival and in the late afternoon visit the colorful market, Tam Thanh grotto and Tien Pagoda. Overnight in Lang Son.
Day 4: Lang Son – Cao Bang (135 km) ( B , L , D ) – 80 km Biking
Leaving Lang Son after breakfast, head northwest by bus and bike through the spectacular mountain landscape to Cao Bang. Transfer to guest house on arrival and in the late afternoon , Om the way will stop to visit some local market .Overnight in Cao Bang.
Day 5: Cao Bang – Ha Noi (270 km) – Hue ( B , L , D ) – 50km Biking
Return to Ha Noi by bus and bike , Shower and dinner at the local restaurant before transfer to the station for the overnight train to Hue . Overnight on train.
Day 6: Hue ( B , L ) – 20km Biking
Arrive in Hue mid-morning and transfer to hotel , breakfast . In the afternoon cycle to the Imperial Citadel and Thien Mu Pagoda, on the banks of the Perfume River . Explore dinner by yourself . Overnight in Hue .
Day 7: Hue City Cycle to Hoi An (135 km) ( B , L ) – 80 Km Biking
Hue was the capital of Vietnam under the Nguyen Dynasty of emperors from 1802 till 1945. In the morning cycle to the elaborate mausoleums of Emperor Tu Duc and Khai Dinh along the banks of the Perfume River . Leave Hue in the afternoon for the ancient trading port of Hoi An 120km to the south via the spectacular Pass of Ocean Clouds . Arrive in Hoi An late afternoon and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Hoi An.
Day 8: Hoi An Biking ( B , L ) – 25 Km Biking
Leave Hoi An after breakfast and cycle to the sacred Marble Mountains where caves contain dozens of Buddhist shrines. Stop off at Da Nang to visit the famous China Beach , once a ‘rest and recreation’ resort for American servicemen. Return to Hoi An for lunch and spend the afternoon discovering the delights of Hoi An’s historic town centre or perhaps cycle to Cua Dai Beach 5km away. Overnight in Hoi An.
Day 9: Hoi An Biking to Qui Nhon (280 km) ( B , L ) – 35 Km Biking
It is just under 300km down Highway One to Qui Nhon. Travel by bus and bike as the scenic highway follows the coast southwards. Transfer to hotel on arrival in Qui Nhon. Overnight in Qui Nhon.
Day 10: Qui Nhon – Nha Trang (240 km) ( B , L ) – 50 km Biking
Continue down Highway one by bus and bike to Vietnam ‘s premier beach destination, Nha Trang. Overnight in Nha Trang.
Day 11: Nha Trang ( B , L )
In the morning take a cruise on Nha Trang Bay to visit some of the offshore islands with time for swimming and snorkeling ( Sharing boat , entrance fee , water sport not included in cost tour ). Return to shore after a lunch. Afternoon free for swimming and shopping . Overnight in Nha Trang.
Day 12: Nha Trang – Phan Thiet – Mui Ne (250 km) ( B , L ) – Biking 50 km
Leave after breakfast by bus and bike for Mui Ne beach – Phan Thiet breaking the 250km journey at Phan Rang on can see a spectacular Po Klong Garai Cham Temple on the way . The landscape between Phan Rang and Phan Thiet changes to an arid semi-desert with sandy soil and prickly pear cactus. In Phan Thiet turn off to the Mui Ne Peninsula with its sandy white beaches and swaying coconut palms. Overnight in Mui Ne – Phan Thiet.
Day 13: Phan Thiet – Ho Chi Minh City (200 km) ( B , L ) – 60km Biking
A morning free to relax at the beach or perhaps explore Mui Ne and its spectacular sand dunes. Leave Mui Ne beach to Ho Chi Minh City ( Saigon ) for the final 200km passing through dense rubber plantations before reaching Bien Hoa and the outer suburbs of Ho Chi Minh City . Transfer to hotel on arrival. Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City .
Day 14: Ho Chi Minh City – Cu Chi – Ho Chi Minh City (120 km) ( B , L ) – 30 km biking
A morning City tour of dynamic Ho Chi Minh City, still called Saigon by many locals, takes in the former Presidential Palace, the Notre Dame Cathedral, Old Saigon Post Office, a lacquerware factory and Thien Hau Pagoda in the City’s bustling Chinatown. In the afternoon cycling to visit the famous Cu Chi Tunnels, an incredible underground tunnel network constructed by Vietnamese resistance fighters during the long struggle for independence. Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City .
Day 15: Ho Chi Minh City departure ( B )
At leisure until transfer to Tan Son Nhat Airport for onward flight.
Tour Price : 2.125 Usd / Person
Departure Group Join In Date on 10th Monthly
Group Size : From 2 to 16 Travelers
Tour Package Includes
Accommodation based on twin sharing occupancy at hotel
Meals as indicated in program,B=Breakfast , L=Lunches ,D=Dinner
Professional English speaking guide cum biking guide
Support A/C transfers and transportation.( Mini Van or Bus , truck )
Boat trip mention in itinerary
Trek Mountain bicycle & helmet
Pump, bike tools, spares tubes.
Cold water , small fresh towel, snacks , fruits for cycling day
All entrance fees for sightseeing as indicated in the program
Service charges, rooms tax and handling fees
Tour Package Excludes
Visa stamping fee
Mineral water beyond that supplied
Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks
Additional transport required due to any emergency situation
Tips and gratuitous
Personal expenses and other services which are not mentioned in the program.
International air tickets and airport departure taxes
Meals and drinks not mentioned in the program