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Destinations: As the original path between these two countries has now become a giant construction zone, we have moved to the next frontier. Starting in a bustling former French colonial city and ...

Destinations: As the original path between these two countries has now become a giant construction zone, we have moved to the next frontier. Starting in a bustling former French colonial city and finishing in a much quieter, world heritage listed one, we traverse one of the most remote corridors of the former Northern Indochina.
We meet the many hill tribes who inhabit the region and get a taste of their lifestyle, we visit the hide-out of the Pathet Lao during the war that consumed much of this region in the sixties and seventies, and we pass through some absolutely stunning scenery, with limestone karst mountains, forests and picturesque rivers all coming together to make this an unforgettable ride.
To top it off, it’s not just a bike ride. We will also kayak down the Nam Ou River and have the chance for some first rate village trekking along the way.

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    • Cycling from Hanoi to Luang Prabang 10DaysDestinations: As the original path between these two countries has now become a giant constructionzone, we have moved to the next frontier. Starting in a bustling former French colonial city and finishingin a much quieter, world heritage listed one, we traverse one of the most remote corridors of theformer Northern Indochina.We meet the many hill tribes who inhabit the region and get a taste of their lifestyle, we visit the hide-out of the Pathet Lao during the war that consumed much of this region in the sixties and seventies, andwe pass through some absolutely stunning scenery, with limestone karst mountains, forests andpicturesque rivers all coming together to make this an unforgettable ride.To top it off, it’s not just a bike ride. We will also kayak down the Nam Ou River and have the chance forsome first rate village trekking along the way.Meals: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner.Day 1: Hanoi (D)Day 2: Hanoi 25km (BL)Day 3: Mai Chau 40km (BL)Day 4: Moc Chau 95km (BLD)Day 5: Sam Neua, Laos 70km (BLD)Day 6: Vieng Thong – Vieng Xai Caves (BLD)Day 7: Nong Khiaw 90km (BLD)Day 8: Nong Khiaw Rest day or trek Muang NgoaiDay 9: Luang Prabang – Kayaking the Nam Ou (BLD)Day 10 Finish (B)More detail program please open that link to see:http://www.asiantrailtours.com/package-tours/indochina-cycling-from-vietnam/12190/cycling-from-hanoi-to-luang-prabang-10daysTOUR INFORMATIONTour Cost: USD1,560 Per Person based on 2 people in sharing roomSingle room supplement: USD194Total Distance: 475+ kilometersNumber of cycling days: 9 daysBike Rental: USD100 (Trek or Giant)Road Surface: Uphill/downhill, steep & forested hillsides, routes mixed of stone, gravel, hard pack clayand paddy fields (jeep track).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.Group Size: Minimum 2. Maximum 15.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, buy
    • snacks and fruit along the way, look out for clients needs. They are cultural guides as well as purebiking…Accommodation: Hotels range from standard to superior classes, including simple guesthouse and localhomestay (big room with partition off) in some remote areas.Food: Included (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner).Entrance fees: IncludedBoat & ferry: No boatSnacks, 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 paxes 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 itineraryAVAILABLE DEPARTURE DATES21 Jun, 2013Seats available…20 July, 2013Seats available…17 Aug, 2013Seats available…30 Sep, 2013Seats available…13 Oct, 2013Seats available…12 Nov, 2013Guaranteed departure26 Dec 2013Guaranteed departure07 Jan, 2014Seats available…22 Feb, 2014Seats available…15 Mar, 2014Seats available…
    • 25 Apr, 2014Seats available…07 May, 2014Seats available…09 Jun, 2014Seats available…24 Jul, 2014Seats available…27 Aug, 2014Seats available…07 Sep, 2014Seats available…17 Oct, 2014Seats available…07 Nov, 2014Seats available…09 Dec, 2014Seats available…