Vietnam mountain biking little loop ( Challenging ) Tour code: BIK02

By cycling, leave town and paddle through the flat, densely populated area where thousands of Vietnamese are living in stilts houses. Plug in boats and bridges over the delta and enjoy the activity on the water and on land.

Detail Tours

You are looking for a biking tour to explore Vietnam in keeping your flat roads and a wetland landscape? Then this cycling by the legendary Mekong Delta the perfect trip. Bicycle in Ho Chi Minh City between pedicabs, bicycles and scooters. Your personal bike guide knows all the small, quiet roads that you would never find yourself. Bike to Chau Doc to the border with Cambodia and sample tropical fruit along the way. Time finally back to Ho Chi Minh City, the former Saigon.This 7 day tour leads you to visit major destinations in mountainous northeast and northwest Vietnam. Impressive karst mountains, quaint tribal villages and amazingly diverse ethnic culture, this small loop tour has a lot to offer.  With several mountain pass crossings, this tour is ideal for those who want a bit of challenge.

Itinerary

Day 1: Hanoi - Lao Cai (night train)
Day 2: Lao Cai - Sapa (30 km ride)
Day 3: Sapa - BanHo (40 km ride)
Day 4: Sapa - TamDuong - Paso (90 km ride)
Day 5: Paso – Lai Chau Old Town
Day 6: Lai Chau DienBienPhu (105 km )
Day 7: Dien Bien Phu - Hanoi

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INCLUDED

-    Support vehicles
-    Local guide
-    Entrance fees
-    Airport transfer
-    Hotel pick up & drop off
-    Meals as mentioned in the program
-    Bike/Helmet/Tool kit/First aid kit/Mechanic
-    Water, snacks, cool towers, soft drinks and fresh fruits for cycling days
-    Accommodation

EXCLUDED

-    Travel insurance
-    Personal expenses & tips
-    Things not mentioned in the “Included” part
-    Visa stamping fee
 


Examples of full packages

These examples of full package show how we combine adventure travel, off the beaten track travel with classic sightseeing and relaxation to make a balanced, fulfilling and enjoyable holiday.

Grade: Moderate
Luggage: Vehicles
Accommodation: Hotels & boats
When to do: October to March

Vietnam is blessed by Mother Nature with impressive mountains, lush jungles, dazzling rivers and beautiful beaches. Devastated by wars, Vietnam is now widely opening her arms to welcome every visitor who cares about her charm and soul.
No wonder, cycling is the best way to reach every corner of Vietnam, to admire spectacular landscapes and to get up close to local life. Meeting locals while they are working strenuously on the fields, saying “hello” back to children excited to see a foreign friend and riding leisurely on peaceful village back roads, join us to immerse deeply into this fascinating culture.
This tour combines a cruise in Halong Bay among thousands of limestone peaks rising out of emerald ocean water and another cruise in endless waterway of Mekong Delta. Relaxation, joys of discovery and delights are assured.   
 

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Grade: Moderate
Luggage: Vehicles
Accommodation: Hotel & homestay
When to do: October to March

The name "Vietnam " in itself is an invitation to charm, exoticism and adventure and with this journey we will experience it all. North of Vietnam, we will discover the timeless charm of Hanoi, splendid beauty of Halong Bay and peaceful laid back villages of Mai Chau. In the Central, Hoi An with its quaint and nostalgic setting makes the greatest surprise while Hue offers a fantastic fusion of imperial architecture and refined cuisine.
Continuing all the way southward of Vietnam, we will enjoy a relaxing beach break in Nha Trang before a challenging ride on dirt tracks of the Central Highlands. The tour ends in Saigon, the “Pearl of the Far East” with fantastic nightlife and food. Running along the length of Vietnam, this itinerary is ideal for those who want to explore the changing landscape of Vietnam and its diverse culture from north to south.
 

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