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  • Cycle through Vietnam Tour 17DaysDestinations: Highlight: On this classic Vietnam Cycling Tour, you will develop a deep appreciation forthis fascinating country and experience the epic biking trip as you ever. During this biking trip inVietnam, you will cycle back roads through some of the country’s most beautiful scenery and naturalsurroundings while breathing the cool fresh air from beaches and countryside of Vietnam. The cycling ismoderate and there is full support by our prepared vehicle, allowing tired cyclists to take a rest duringthe trip.Detail ItineraryDay 1: Ho Chi MinhOur guide will pick us up at the airport in Ho Chi Minh City. This day is free to explore Vietnam’s largestand most exciting city with many beautiful pagodas and busy markets until we meet at the Temple ClubRestaurant for dinner. Accommodation in a 3* Hotel (-/-/D)Day 2: Ho Chi Minh (40 km)We ride to the Cu Chi tunnels and return to Ho Chi Minh City by bus in time to visit the museum of warcrimes. As dinner is not included today we can try authentic Vietnamese food in small local places wherethe Vietnamese eat: Two blocks behind the National Theater (sometimes called the ‘‘Opera House’’) is astreet called Thi Sach. Although only two blocks long, it is lined with little restaurants which are verypopular with locals and often packed at night. At most of these restaurants, seating is at folding tableson the sidewalk. All the restaurants are good and in expensive. Many specialize in seafood, though youwill probably find unusual fares on the menu like sparrows, wild deer and steamed silk worms-a culinaryadventure! Accommodation in a 3* Hotel (B/L/-)Day 3: Ho Chi Minh – Dalat (50 km)We are transferred to Dalat, in the central highlands in the early morning. In the afternoon we ride alongquiet back roads tracing the Langbian Plateau, passing alongside the Xuan Huong Lake in the shadow ofthe Langbian Mountain. Accommodation in a 4* Hotel (B/L/D)Day 4: Dalat – Nha Trang (109 km)Today we ride along quiet roads out of Dalat and make short climbs followed by some descents until wereach the Cham towers of Po Klong Garai. Those arriving early may have time to explore the Hindutemples. Later on we drive to Nha Trang, a picturesque resort town, to enjoy the evening.Accommodation in a 2* Hotel (B/L/D)Day 5: Nha TrangTake a boat trip to the coral islands for swimming and snorkelling or relax and enjoy the beach or goscuba diving. Nha Trang is a very relaxed city with nice beaches and restaurants. A perfect place to relax.Accommodation in a 2* Hotel (B/-/-)Day 6: Nha Trang – Dinh Lanh (85 km)Our ride tody takes us to the fishing village of Dinh Lanh along Highway One. We spend the rest of theday swimming and relaxing or riding the last 45 km into town. Accommodation in a 2* Hotel (or below)(B/L/D)
  • Day 7: Dinh Lanh – Quang Ngai (62 km)To avoid the main highway we are transferred out of town and to a remote road running along therailway passing a mix of tribal Vietnamese villages. We then loop back to the main highway and aretransferred to Quang Ngai, a beautiful, bustling and haunting city. Accommodation in a basic hotel.(B/L/D)Day 8: Quang Ngai – Hoi An (46 km)Cycling to Mai Lai. This is the site of one of the worst massacres of the American/Vietnam War, and wewill take a guided tour of the site and museum. After that historical journey we continue cycling intoVietnamese countryside and visit some typical pagodas. We loop back through quiet, rural roads to themain highway and are transferred to Hoi An. The afternoon is free to explore the unique heritage site ofthe old town of Hoi An. Accommodation in a 4* Hotel (B/L/D)Day 9: Hoi An (54 km)Visit Mai Son, the ancient centre of Cham civilization. Our bus transfers us out of town to avoid thehighway before cycling along country back roads along the Song Tranh River to Mai Son. We have lunchbefore spending the afternoon visiting the site. We are transferred back to Hoi An in the afternoonwhere we can have dinner at a place of our choice. Accommodation in a 4* Hotel (or below) (B/L/-)Day 10: Hoi An – Hue (100 km)We are transferred beyond Danang to take on the High Van Pass and climb 500 metres over 10 km. Afterlunch, we turn off the main highway and take a coastal side road for 44 km almost all the way to ourdestination. Energetic riders will make it all the way into Hue. Accommodation in a 4* Hotel (B/L/D)Day 11: Hue – Nam DinhWe explore Hue and visit the citadel. Take a boat ride along the Perfume River and visit the tombs of theNguyen emperors. Our bus takes us to the train station and we catch the Reunification Express to NamDinh. Accommodation in a basic local hotel. (B/-/D)Day 12: Nam Dinh – Cuc Phuong (60 km)After arrival in Nam Dinh, we head to Ninh Binh and ride to the ancient city of Hua Lu where we visitancient temples. Continuing to the National Park at Cuc Phuong we visit the primate rescue centrebefore checking into our accommodation at the park. Accommodation in a basic local hotel. (B/L/D)Day 13: Cuc Phuong – Hai Phong (60 km)Riding on some back roads through North Vietnam, we head east, passing through rice fields andfollowing country back roads past poor but friendly villages. The bus transfers us the rest of the way toHai Phong late in the afternoon. Accommodation in a basic local hotel. (B/L/D)Day 14: Hai Phong – Cat Ba Island (35km)We cycle to the harbour and take a private boat to Fulong on Cat Ba Island. From Fulong we cycle 35kilometres taking the islands’ only road and stop on the way for lunch at the national park headquarters.Accommodation in a basic local hotel. (B/L/D)Day 15: Fulong – Halong City/Hanoi* or Halong CityToday we cruise on a boat through Halong Bay. On January tours: transfer would be from Halong toHanoi by road. *On March and August tours we can spend the whole day on Halong Bay and stay thenight in Halong City. Accommodation in a basic local hotel. (B/L/-)
  • Day 16: Halong City – HanoiOn our March and August tours we drive back to Hanoi in the early morning and arrive in time for lunchin the capital. On January tours we spend the day exploring Hanoi. The farewell dinner is at one ofHanoi’s best restaurants. Accommodation in a 3* Hotel (B/-/D)Day 17: HanoiThe morning is free for last minute shopping or sightseeing in the attractive and interesting city ofHanoi. Enjoy Vietnam’s cultural centre for the rest of your stay. In the afternoon there is an airporttransfer for anyone who needs it. We hope you enjoyed this challenging trip and would be happy to seeyou back soon. (B/-/-)Trip Summary:Total Distance: 700+ kilometersNumber of cycling days: 12 daysBike Rental: US$160/day(Trek or Giant) extra chargeRoad Surface: Roads in countryside, through jungles, hillside and valleys, undulate and mountainousterrains, riverbanks.Support: All buses with A/C and experienced Driver, one 16 seats regarding group size of less 6; one 25seats of less 12 or two 16 seats regarding group size of less 12; and one 25 seats plus a luggage van forgroup size of up to 24.Biking guide: Experienced English speaking-biking guides with enthusiastic, friendly, knowledgeable andhelpful. Biking guides are first aid qualified and can maintain bikes. Their role is to deliver a safe andenjoyable tour to the clients, they manage the group, co-ordinate the driver and support vehicle, buysnacks and fruit along the way, look out for clients needs. They are cultural guides as well as purebiking…Food: Included (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner).Entrance fees: IncludedBoat & ferry: IncludedSnacks, fresh fruits, water: Provided (daily)Safety: Our people take the best cares & safety for your trip. The first aid kits are provided, one doctorfor group size of 16 pax up.Photo taking: You can stop wherever you want for ‘Kodak moment’!Cycling pace: Are you a beginner or professional biker? we all care with our best efforts to make yourtrip superb. Enjoy your riding speed from 10km per hour up to as many more as you can.Climate: Biking all year-roundWhat is not included: Travel insurance, personal expenses, alcoholic drinks, flight ticket to/fromVietnam, visa to Vietnam…and what is not mentioned as above itineraryTour Cost: USD2,175 per person based on sharing roomSingle room supplement: USD396AVAILABLE DEPARTURE DATES14 Jun, 2013Seats available…13 July, 2013Seats available…
  • 10 Aug, 2013Seats available…24 Sep, 2013Guaranteed departure06 Oct, 2013Seats available…31 Oct, 2013Guaranteed departure15 Dec, 2013Seats available…01 Jan , 2014Seats available…15 Feb, 2014Seats available…08 Mar, 2014Seats available…18 Apr, 2014Seats available…01 May, 2014Seats available…02 Jun, 2014Seats available…17 Jul, 2014Seats available…21 Aug, 2014Seats available…01 Sep, 2014Seats available…10 Oct , 2014Seats available…01 Nov , 2014Seats available…02 Dec , 2014Seats available…
  • NOTE: Please check below departure dates. If you are not available for these dates, please contact us:for tailor make trip. We can guarantee departure for you with minimum 02 people.