You will meet your fellow cyclists and tour guide in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), where you can bond over dinner at the Temple Club Restaurant.
After a short transfer you'll cycle to the fascinating Cu Chi tunnels, a network of underground tunnels and a core part of the Vietnam's army military and operations base. Additionally, the tunne...Show More
Today will start early so you can catch the short flight to Dalat, a former French summer resort and now popular honeymoon destination. After checking into your hotel, cycle along rural lanes, pa...Show More
Fill up at breakfast as a big day lies ahead. You'll conquer some challenging climbs en route to the province of Nha Trang. The tranquil scenery of mountains make these climbs enjoyable, whilst a...Show More
Take a break from cycling and enjoy a boat trip to beautiful islands, perfect swimming and snorkelling. Today's culture will come in the form of the Pa Na Gar Cham towers, built between 7th - 12t...Show More
Once out of Nha Trang and after a transfer, you'll be on the coastline passing though fishing villages to Dai Lanh Beach. After lunch and a swim on the beach it's time for to start the afternoon ...Show More
Today's riding transports you to another land, with a route parallel to a railway, on an isolated area with spectacular views. You'll ride through the hills and tribal villages with children play...Show More
Experience the ocean breeze and serene Vietnamese villages covering the coastline en route to Tra O Lagoon, the largest wetland in the province of Binh Dinh. You'll ride along Highway 1 to finish...Show More
The first point of call this morning is the Thien An pagoda before riding to My Lai, sight of one of the worst massacres in the Vietnam War. This afternoon you're free to explore historic Hoi An....Show More
This mornings ride will take you to My Son, a 4th century centre of Cham civilization. The journey to My Son will be scenic and although multiple temples were destroyed during the war the re...Show More
Prepare yourself for the toughest day of the trip but we promise it will be worth it! Beginning with a steady climb up Hai Van Pass, the road Jeremy Clarkson called a 'deserted river of perfectio...Show More
Its history day today! Starting with the tombs of Khai Dinh and you'll then cycle onto the Thien Mu Pagoda. Built in 1601 one of it's the tallest religious building in Vietnam with a famous marbl...Show More
Leave Ninh Binh and head for an early lunch, then cycle through magnificent karst mountains, surrounded by rice paddies. After exploring temples you'll move onto Cuc Phuong National Park where yo...Show More
In the morning you'll go on another cycle around the park to further appreciate its charm and tranquillity. Next you'll cycle east crossing pineapple plantations, before heading to Haipong. Today...Show More
To reach Fulong on Cat Ba island, you'll take a ferry. Located within the famous Ha Long Bay this heavenly island prides itself on its luscious green hills green, crystal clear sea and soft sand....Show More
After a short ride it will be time for one of the trip's highlights, a cruise around Ha Long Bay. Legend has it this majestic series of towering limestone islands, iced with mini rain forests and...Show More
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at the hotel before departing for your homeward travel.
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.