Vietnam offers cyclists a host of remarkable riding opportunities, and this tour takes full advantage of that. As you make your way from the energetic city of Ho Chi Minh along the coast to UNESCO World Heritage Sites and stunning natural wonders, through mountains and countryside to Hoi An, you’ll experience everything from historic monuments and citadels to small fishing villages, the caves of Phong Nha, and countless rice fields. Explore Hue’s Imperial City, cycle the scenic Hai Van Pass, and check out the ruins of My Son as you visit these must-see locations as well as authentic off-the-beaten-track spots. You’ll see all the beauty and learn much of the history of Vietnam. Hop on your bikes and join us for this ultimate Vietnam experience.
220 Km riding. The riding on this bike tour is achievable for anyone who rides occasionally as a commuter or recreationally on the weekends. Most of the roads are paved back roads and concrete pathways with minimal traffic. There are often sea breezes to keep the temperature down a little. Hai Van Pass is a sustained climb of 10km with a lovely descent of the same length immediately after. The gradient is not overly steep, and once you find a rhythm, it is actually an enjoyable ride with some great views. There are a few other small hills, but we always return to sea level, so the up is a nice trade-off for the down.
Pedal assist E-bikes are an available option on this tour for $210.
Take a food tour of Saigon to discover the complex flavors of Vietnam.
Explore the stalagmites and stalactites of the Phong Nha cave with a trek through the National Park.
Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Imperial City of Hue for a day of historical immersion.
Cycle through the peaceful countryside of Hoi An to the ancient ruins of My Son.
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WHAT MAKES US STAND OUT
This tour is created to show you the very best of Vietnam, with two UNESCO World Heritage sites, two important cities, and plenty of cultural stops along the way. Intersperse your visits to these incredible sites with some fun cycling through the Vietnamese countryside. Stay the night at a homestay on farmland, then eat dinner in the home of a local for some connection with authentic Vietnamese life. You are sure to leave this cycling tour with a greater appreciation for Central Vietnam and its scenery, food, and people.