Biking Hanoi to Saigon Vietnam Backroads would like to show you a bicycletour throughone of the most beautiful countries in Asia. Vietnam is famous for its lush green rice paddies, rich traditional culture, beautiful beaches, and delicious Vietnamese food. Vietnam Bike Tours
|Tour code||VBA:14A-HAN-SGNC||Road surfaces||
hilly, dirty tracks, broken rural roads, coastal roads and back roads
14 days/13 nights
|No. of cycling days||
7 days and 3 other half days
Minimum: 02 - maximum: 12
in Saigon, HCMC.
|Services included||Services not included|
- Transport by A/C mini van, bus
- Travel insurance
Miss Hanh and Mr Khoa are overseas Vietnameses "Do, Hannah" <Hannah.Do@team.telstra.com>
Fantastic way for us to see North to South Vietnam and good as we are Vietnamese we got to see the non tourist sites and more local life. The staff – tour guide & and driver are very friendly and professional. We will definitely do more with the tours and recommend to our friends to try.
Thanks you very much for a great experience. 17 - 30 Dec 2012
I will blog about this tour on http://www.hannahdo.com/
Stephanie Hall party from Australia: firstname.lastname@example.org
Trip was fantastic! Tour guides and staff were excellent. Hotel Happy Light in Nha Trang was below expectation due to poor bath rooms and room maintenance faucets.
No pressure to buy anything (tourist staff) was good. 17 - 30 Dec 2012
Many hotel were excellent, but some were just okay. I will send an email specifies.
We LOVED our cycling trip! Phuc was a helpful, fun and knowledgeable guide. He helped with everything & made the experience exciting and fun. Mr My was a conscientious and skilled driver( cooking lessons in Hoi An, clothing tailor, squid rolls on the beach, barbecued goat in the mountains, coconuts of the tree!) He ever help us get a resort room for after the trip ended. The best…! 23 Dec 2012 - 05 Jan 2013
Thank you so much for the best holiday. The food was fantastic, probably a little too much at times I haven't lost any weight after cycling 700 kms. The accommodation was above the standard I expected especially for the one night stays.
The organisational side of things was excellent running like clockwork. The staff you employed went out of their way to help and make sure we had water, food, were comfortable on our bikes, we were very spoilt.
Our truck driver was there all the time filling water bottles getting us food. Our bus driver (Hi - not sure how to spell it) was running after us making sure we had everything we needed and his driving was exceptional. Ican't praise Bobby and Nghi enough they made the trip a wonderful experience, it was hard to leave we felt they were part of our group.
11 - 24 Nov 2012 Biking from Hanoi to Saigon 2012 - Cycling from Hanoi to Saifon 2012 - Vietnam Bike Tours
*FOR NEXT YEAR*
I would like to organise another trip for 2013, doing the Mekong Delta/ Phu Quoc Island area because that would be completely different to what we have seen. Just a couple of questions - what month do you think we should do the Mekong Delta - I will aim to get about 12 people again and we would look at flying in on the Saturday to Ho Chi Min and starting the trip on the Sunday - then flying out 14 days later on the Saturday Night, I think that was a great way to see everything and the flights were easy from Sydney to Ho Chi Minh.
On this trip we wouldn't do the guided tours of temples etc and would be looking more at country side and villages.
Any help and advice you can give me would be great. Not sure if anyone found a bike seat left in the bus, not a problem if they haven't but Debbie thinks she left it behind.
Thanks again and please thank your wonderful guides and drivers for us - maybe they can all do the next trip with us, that would be good.