Today we will meet you on arrival at Noi Bai international airport in Hanoi, before whisking you off to our hotel about 45 minutes away. We will get fitted to our bikes and depending on times, th...Show More
Today we start our day with an early rise and visit Hoan Kiem Lake to see the local Vietnamese practice their morning Tai Chi. Our morning ride features a cycle through the outskirts of Hanoi, pe...Show More
Today's cycling takes you into Hue and across the Perfume River to Hue's Imperial Citadel, where we will explore this sprawling complex, rich with history. We then continue cycling out to the cou...Show More
Today is a classic day of cycling. Starting just outside of Hue we begin riding along a picturesque, very narrow peninsular road from Thuan An beach to Vinh Loc, then onward to Lang Co beach, on...Show More
Set out for a challenging ride from the outskirts of Hoi An on a quiet back road to the famous Cham Towers of My Son. My Son was an imperial city during the Cham dynasty, between the 4th and 12th...Show More
After a leisurely breakfast, we transfer to the airport for our morning flight to Nha Trang, where 10km of white sandy beach awaits! We cycle around Nha Trang before having time for a sunset stro...Show More
This morning we take on a challenging climb up to Dalat. We head inland from Nhatrang, for 30km of relatively flat cycling before the mountains loom over us. We begin our climb through a beautif...Show More
What goes up must come down and so today we reward ourselves from yesterday's climbing with some stunning mountain descents back down to the coast. Today we can ride quickly on the downhills and ...Show More
Our last day on the bike sees us ride along a pleasant coastal road to Khe Ga lighthouse. From there we transfer to the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City. Today's ride is in stark contras...Show More
We will transfer you to Ho Chi Minh City airport for your flight home.
Exploring the length of Vietnam gives you an opportunity to immerse yourself in different and varying regions. From century old Hanoi, you will visit Hue, Vietnam's old capital city, the ancient town of Hoi An and roads and passes to take your breath away.
From the battle scarred landscapes of central Vietnam to the glistening beaches of the south, this is a trip that showcases all Vietnam has to offer.
Vietnam’s vertical geography gives it a number of weather patterns. The north is best cycled in the cool dry months of November to April or during the summer between May to July. Central Vietnam is hot and dry between January to late August making it the ideal time to explore the area by bicycle, whilst South Vietnam has relatively constant year round temperatures. The south’s dry season begins in November and ends in May with late February to May being slightly hotter and with higher humidity. The wet season lasts from May to early November with June to August receiving the highest rainfall of the year.