Today we will meet you in Dong Hoi to begin your riding. We suggest an overnight stay the previous evening in Hanoi with an early flight from Hanoi to Dong Hoi today. There is a 1 hour trans...Show More
After an early morning exploration of Paradise Cave we’ll transfer for about 1 hour and then continue riding on the Ho Chi Minh Trail, across the DMZ (also known as the 17th Parallel)...Show More
We’ll start the morning with a visit to the Khe Sanh combat base where relics of the war are exhibited and see the airstrip, where to this day nothing will grow. We ride through spectacular sce...Show More
Today we cut across the country to Hue, Vietnam’s Imperial City, recently designated an UNESCO World Heritage Site. We ride through the middle of Vietnam for 60 km on back roads, enjoying spect...Show More
Following breakfast, enjoy a relatively easy cycle on the back roads of Hue through lush countryside on a mix of footpaths and quiet country lanes. Hue was the seat of the thirteen Nguyen Emperor...Show More
Today is an epic ride with two short hills to conquer before the climb of the day, an 11km uphill to the Hai Van Pass (the road Jeremy Clarkson called 'A Deserted Ribbon of Perfection' with amazi...Show More
Today is an easy ride after yesterday's exploits. We visit My Son, the ancient centre of the Cham civilisation. We transfer out of town to avoid the highway before cycling along scenic country ba...Show More
You leave us today so enjoy breakfast at your leisure until we transfer you back to Danang airport for a flight to Hanoi or elsewhere.
Explore the Ho Chi Minh trails and get off the beaten track. From the historic Hoi An to the majesty of Hue, spend some time in one of the most enchanting areas in Vietnam.
Central Vietnam has hot and dry weather from mid-January to late August and is the perfect time to visit. October and November tend to be wetter, especially on higher ground in places such as Dalat.