On request
: 15 days / 14 nights
: Bicycle
: Hanoi - Hue - Hoi An - Quang Ngai - Kon Tum - Dalat - Nha Trang - Saigon
: VN CLS 05
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Chart your own path through Vietnam on this epic cycling adventure spanning north to south. Visit some of the country’s main tourist attractions while also veering far off the beaten path. From the labyrinthine streets of the capital Hanoi, to the bright lights and sky scrapers of Ho Chi Minh City, your customized ride will offer a slow-paced portrait of a country on the move.


Day 1: Hanoi 
You will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel, with the rest of the day at leisure.

Day 2: Hanoi – Hue

Your Cycle Vietnam tour begins in Hanoi, where you will visit the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the 11th century Temple of Literature and the city’s famous old quarter. You will then be driven from your hotel to Hanoi’s train station for an overnight train journey to the central city of Hue. The Soviet-style rail cars are a throwback to a time when Vietnam had a closer relationship with the Soviet Union. 

Day 3: Hue 
In the morning, your train rolls into Hue, Vietnam’s former Imperial capital and a great place to learn about the powerful Nguyen Dynasty. The tour includes stops at an imperial citadel, an emperor’s mausoleum and Thien Mu Pagoda, the tallest such structure in Vietnam. It was here, on the banks of Hue’s Perfume River, that the Nguyens surveyed their kingdom.

Day 4: Hue – Hoi An
Challenge yourself by cycling to the top of the Hai Van Pass, which peaks at about 500 metres above sea level. Either way, you will arrive by late afternoon in Hoi An, a restored ancient fishing town. Many of Hoi An’s colourful old buildings have been lovingly refurbished, and the town now has a vintage vibe.

Day 5: Hoi An 

Today, the choice is yours! Pop into the tailors and have a new outfit whipped up, take part in a cooking class or spend the day relaxing on the beach working on your tan.

Day 6: Hoi An – Quang Ngai 
Board a mid-morning bus, and after arriving in a village, cycle to the village of My Lai. Here you will find a stark, concrete memorial for villagers who died in a 1968 massacre by American troops. After an American journalist uncovered the massacre, it reverberated through American society and aided the anti-war movement.

Day 7: Quang Ngai – Kon Tum 
Today you will cycle inland past villages, bridges and forests. The road grows steeper as you near Vietnam’s Central Highlands, the centre of the country’s coffee industry and the home of several ethnic minority groups. The cooler air and mountainous scenery is a sharp contrast to flatter, hotter provinces. 

Day 8: Kon Tum – Buon Ma Thuot 
This day of cycling passes tea plantations and ethnic minority villages. After climbing a few hills, rest in Buon Me Thuat, Vietnam’s coffee capital. Vietnam is among the largest coffee exports in the world by volume, and the country’s signature robusta beans are notoriously strong. Beware the caffeine rush!

Day 9: Buon Ma Thuot – Dalat 
Ride through mountain scenery toward Dalat, a hill town and a favourite destination of many Vietnamese honeymooners. The scenery along the way is simply breathtaking as you arrive in Dalat in the late afternoon.

Day 10: Dalat 

Cycle around Dalat and visit Emperor Bao Dai’s Summer Palace, Xuan Huong Lake and a vibrant local market. The emperor came here to escape the heat of Hue, and it’s easy to see why. Take in the sights and sounds of this relaxed mountain retreat.

Da Lat

Day 11: Dalat – Nha Trang 
Cruise downhill to coastal Nha Trang, one of Vietnam’s most popular beach destinations. Pass through minority villages before you reach kilometres of pristine beaches. Once a base and air training centre for troops during the Vietnam War, the city is now full of glittering hotels and weekenders from Ho Chi Minh City. 

Day 12: Nha Trang 
Take a complete break from cycling! Nha Trang is an ideal spot for swimming, snorkelling or just reading a book. Your tired limbs will thank you.

Day 13: Nha Trang – Ho Chi Minh City 

Tram Huong
Tram Huong 

Hop a morning flight to Vietnam’s commercial hub, Ho Chi Minh City. Spend the afternoon visiting Notre Dame Cathedral, a colonial-era post office, the presidential palace and a museum about the Vietnam War. The city, formerly called Saigon, reflects the pulse of a changing Vietnam. Trendy cocktail lounges are found alongside ramshackle noodle stands, and Rolls Royces share the road with hundreds of scooters whizzing by.

Day 14: Cu Chi Tunnels  
Visit the Cu Chi Tunnels, an underground complex that sheltered Viet Cong soldiers during the Vietnam War. The cramped tunnels were central to a few of the war’s strategic operations, including the famous 1968 Tet Offensive. Discover the remains of an American tank and some craters left by American B52 bombers. This tour can be emotionally draining for some visitors, but it offers a fascinating window into the hardship and traumas of war.

Day 15: Depart Ho Chi Minh City 
Today is yours to plan. Savour a few last hours in Ho Chi Minh City before boarding your onward flight.

Please note this is a sample itinerary. All of our cycling trips can be tailored to suit any fitness level. Kindly call one of our destination experts to discuss your requirements in more detail.





MONEY : Vietnamese Dong (VND); ATMs and Money changers throughout the country. USD widely accepted. As of Aug 2016: 1USD = 22.500 VND
ELECTRICITY : Vietnam mainly uses 220V but in some areas, 110V is used. A mixture of flat and round 2-pin outlets are used in the country.

VISAS:Most nationals require a visa to enter Vietnam and all travelers must have a passport valid for at least 6 months after their planned exit from Vietnam. Visa on Arrival service is possible with advance notice to Hanoi Redtours to prepare all permissions and documents.
GETTING THERE & AWAY : Vietnam has 3 international airports: Tan Son Nhat Airport (Ho Chi Minh City), Noi Bai Airport (Hanoi) and Danang Airport. These airports are well connected to major Asian cities with increasing international connections.
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS : Vietnam celebrates many holidays; however it is rare that shops are closed. The exception is Tet, the Vietnamese New Year - officially a three-day holiday but many businesses close down for a full week. This is the busiest time of the year for traveling in Vietnam and hotels, flights and trains are often full. 2012 Dates :  22-25 January.
LANGUAGE : The national language of Vietnam is Vietnamese. In big cities and in places with many tourists, people can speak basic English. As Vietnamese has six different tones, it is a difficult language for most foreigners to speak despite the fact that the Roman alphabet is used in the modern Vietnamese script.
 - GOOD MORNING: Chào buổi sáng
 - NO PROBLEM: Không có gì
 - PAY: Tính tiền
 - GO: Đi thôi


Vietnam's weather varies greatly from north to south with each area marked by slightly different seasons and climates. Because of these regional variations, there are always pleasant and favorable areas to visit throughout the year. The north, overall, tends to be cooler than the rest of the country. During the winter from November till February, the day time temperature is cool and the weather often damp. Central Vietnam experiences warm weather from July to October and wet, colder weather from November to May. Although the temperature remains fairly steady throughout the year, Southern Vietnam has two seasons. The dry season lasts from December to May, while from June to November is the rainy season

Rates vary frequently. Please contact us: info@vietnamholiday.com to get the best possible price based upon your travel period and specific touring needs.

Our prices include:
Accommodation in shared double or twin room at selected hotels with air-condition (AC) and private bathroom.
Transfer by a private air-conditioned vehicle as per program.
English speaking guide for each area except during time at leisure.
Entrance fees, boat fees for all sightseeing tours as mentioned in the program.
Boat for the trips mentioned.
Meals as mentioned in the program: (B) for breakfast, (L) for lunch or (D) for dinner.
Drinking water and cold towels available on the vehicles
Government taxes currently in force (V.A.T.).
Our prices do not include:
Visa for Vietnam (Please note that a visa is compulsory for most nationalities.)
International flights and airport taxes.
Domestic flight Hanoi – Hue & Danang – Ho Chi Minh city and airport taxes.
Optional tours
Surcharges for other language guides
Surcharges for Lunar New Year (TET) holiday
Meals and services other than mentioned in the programme
Compulsory gala dinners during festive seasons and peak season surcharges which will be advised at the time of booking
Drinks, tips, personal expenses and all services not clearly mentioned.
Visa into Vietnam available upon arrival at the airport with prior arrangement for authorization letter. 
In general most places are closed in Vietnam throughout the period of the Lunar New Year.
Program is subject to change without notice due to airline schedules or cancellation of some flights.

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