Cycling Vietnam

Vietnam

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Details

Duration: 14 Days
Starts in: Vietnam
Group Size: 5-18

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Start Saigon

Transfer out of the city; cycle to the Cu Chi tunnels

Cycle towards the coast and drive to Mui Ne

Cycle to Dalat in the Central Highlands

Cycle through Bidoup N.P.; to the coast and boat transfer to Whale Island

Cruise around islands with seafood lunch and snorkelling

Drive to beautiful Dai Lanh Beach; coastal ride to Quy Nhon

Further coastal ride stopping en route at sand dunes; then transfer to Hoi An

Sightseeing in Hoi An; free afternoon

Ride over the spectacular Hai Van Pass; cycle and drive on to Hue

Explore Hue and surroundings by bike and boat; overnight train to Hanoi

Arrive Hanoi; drive to Halong Bay; board boat and cruise/kayak among spectacular limestone formations

Further cruising in Halong Bay; return to Hanoi

End Hanoi

Additional Information

We ride from vibrant Saigon in the south to the thrilling capital of Hanoi in the north on this two week cycling tour, travelling on tarmac roads through colourful fishing villages, folding rice terraces and mountains cloaked in jungle. The vast shoreline of white sandy beaches is ours to discover along the way, with time to swim in the sea on a tropical island retreat. Stopping off at the ancient trading port of Hoi An, home to temples and wooden merchant houses, we delve into the peacefulness of rural Vietnam before ascending the Hai Van Pass, riding along twisting coastal roads that lead to remarkable views of the misty forest below.

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