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Cycling unexplored beaches
Cycling unexplored beaches

$1280 - $1975
Ha Noi
Return To:
Ho Chi Minh City
15 Days / 14 Nights
Destination To Visit:
Ha Noi --> Hue --> Hoi An - Da Nang - My Lai (Quang Ngai) --> Qui Nhon--> Nha Trang --> Da Lat --> Ho Chi Minh (Sai Gon).

There is little doubt that Vietnam owns some of the best beaches in the Southeast Asia region with stretches of white sand, calm emerald water and exceptional health recovery services. Beside the matter of taste, many ocean lovers pick up bike tour to contemplate unexplored beaches in pretty country of Vietnam. Departing from Hanoi Capital, the half month tour encompasses almost every highlight of Hue, Hoi An, Da Nang, My Lai, Nha Trang, Da Lat and stopping at Ho Chi Minh City.
Tour Prices
Tour Prices (per Person, in US$)
Package 2 pax 3 - 4 pax 5 - 8 pax Over 8 pax Single surcharge

$ 1975 $ 1570 $ 1350 $ 1280 $ 405

- Accommodation
- Hybrid bicycle or Mountain bike
- Meals
- All entrance fees, travel permit
- Air-condition bus or minivan support with cold water
- Domestic flight Hanoi - Hue
- Experienced tour guide
- Insurance
- Personal expenses
Tour Program
Day 1: Arrive Hanoi
 Our team would meet you all in Noi Bai International Airport, accompanying to the hotel in the downtown of Ha Noi and supporting check – in to the hotel. After welcome drinks and briefing with tour leader to know each other, guests feel free to discovery Ancient Quarter.
Day 2: Hanoi City Tour (B, L)
 City tour would pay the visit to all highlights of Ha Noi such as Ho Chi Minh Complex, Presidential Palace, One Pillar Pagoda, Temple of Literature, Hoa Lo Prison, Ancient Quarter, and so on. In the early evening, we would come to Thang Long Theatre for Water Puppet Show before getting back to the hotel for dinner and accommodation.
Day 3: Hanoi to Hue (B, L)
 Time at leisure and touring around is available before taking flight to Hue former capital. The first activity would be biking along Perfume River to Citadel, Thien Mu Pagoda then boarding back to the hotel for relaxation. Overnight in the city of Hue.
Day 4: Hue - 40km (B, L)
 We would spend the whole day exploring notable remnants of past dynasties such as Tu Duc, Khai Dinh Tombs, Purple Forbidden City, and many other surrounding stopovers. Shop around Dong Ba vibrant market, getting on cyclo tour along ancient roads and approaching Thuan An on bicycle are all included on the course. Making sure to get back to the hotel in town before dark for dinner and accommodation.
Day 5: Hue to Hoi An - 140 km (B, L)
 Taking day long ride on Highway Number 1 along the coast is ideal chance to contemplate picturesque lanes, natural beauties and cooling off with ocean gentle breath. Stopping for lunch and stunning views at Lang Co Beach then we keep cycling till crossing Hai Van Pass. It is also break time for refreshment before carry on pampering in enchanting landscapes nearby the beach. Reaching Hoi An for overnight.
Day 6: Hoi An (B, L)
The morning would take you all to famous destinations in Hoi An Town such as Japanese Covered Bridge, ancient houses, riverfront marketplace, assembling halls and etc. In the afternoon we would join biking tour to Cua Dai Beach where all the tired guests would soon recover right after soaking in clean blue water. Backing to Hoi An Town for dinner and accommodation.
Day 7: Hoi An to My Lai/ Quang Ngai - 120km (B, L)
 Starting in early morning along the coast and rice paddies, passing Chu Lai we would proceed My Lai massacre, paying a walking visit then get to the hotel in late time of afternoon. Tonight would be spent in Quang Ngai.
Day 8: Quang Ngai to Qui Nhon - 175km (B, L)
 Riding along coastal road and reaching elegant Sa Hung Beach by lunch time, we would continue cycling to visit Cham tower before van comes to transfer us to hotel in Qui Nhon. Overnight in Qui Nhon City.
Day 9: Qui Nhon to Nha Trang - 230 km (B, L)
 Featuring with unspoiled lagoons, stone promontories, first hand views of Ocean, and intact fishing villages, Nha Trang is great heaven for riding as well as swimming, scuba diving or cultural exploration. We would invest all the rest of daily time to pamper in blue warm water, playing sports and pedaling should be surely included.
Day 10: NhaTrang (B, L)
 Riding to Ponagar Towers and Long Son Pagoda or the Giant Buddha, we make a stop to have lunch at local restaurant before taking cruise to offshore islands or lazing on the beach. Of course for long time of working out, other recreational activities such as mud bathing, massages and lazing on beaches or hotel swimming pool are highly recommended. Staying overnight in Nha Trang.
Day 11: Nha Trang to Da Lat - 220 km (B, L)
 After breakfast at the hotel, our van would carry all of us over Cam Ranh Bay to visit Poklong Garai Cham Towers. We could stay on bus or trek up Ngoan Muc Pass then having lunch break on Dran Pass. Getting on car to move along winding roads shaded with hill trees to approach Da Lat where we would stay for tonight.
Day 12: Da Lat (B, L)
 The entire day would be filled up with various visits to exciting destinations such as Valley of Love, Truc Lam pagoda and Tuyen Lam reservoir and so on in mild mountainous weather. Also, we would take biking tour around Xuan Huong Lake, up to Mount Lang Bian and sampling tasty candy fruits and local specialties. Backing to the hotel for dinner and accommodation.
Day 13: Da Lat to Bao Loc/ Saigon - 300km (ride 120 km) (B, L)
 Cycling through evergreen forest, abundant plantations of rubber, tea and coffee, holiday – makers would gradually down to Bao Loc where cars are waiting to transfer passengers reach Ho Chi Minh City. Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Day 14: Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) (B, L)
 Touring around landmarks of Ho Chi Minh City including former Presidential Palace, War Remnants Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, Binh Tay market, we could pack our bicycles or final shopping in downtown before farewell dinner.
Day 15: Depart Saigon (B)
 Van accompanies you to Tan Son Nhat International Airport for onward flights.
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