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I want to say that I had a most excellent trip and it went far beyond my expectations
I would strongly state that our fantastic experience came about through our excellent guide Dat
How to rock and roll from Hanoi to Luang Prabang by bike
I cannot enough express how happy we are with our biking with Vietnam Backroads Bicycle Tours
Everything was very well organized and our guide took us to parts of the country that we would never have seen otherwise
The one thing that would have made the trip even better is if we were provided some kind of detailed map to follow along with!
See Mekong Delta with Vietnam Backroads Bicycle Tours
Throughout this cycling tour, you will have a opportunityto ride through mountainous area, stunning beaches, beautiful coastal roads, and spend a couple of days at the World Cultural Heritage sites such as theforbidden city known as, Hue, and ancient town of Hoi An. We also ride up to the honeymooncity of Dalat and explore the bustling city of Saigon.
- Cycling from Quang Ngai to Quy nhon
|Tour code||VBA:14A-HAN-SGN||Bike hire||
dirt paths, mixed broken roads, quiet back roads
|Days of cycling||
Mi: 02 - Max: 12
620 - 700 km
|Ages to ride||
from 14 years old
|Tour Inclusive of||Tour Exclusive of|
- Transport by A/C vans, minibus
- Travel insurance
|Services for daily cycling|
Day 01: Ha Noi - Ha Long (L/D)
Leave Hanoi at 7:30 am for Ha long bay by vehicle. Get on board at 11:30, stay a night on cruise.
Day 02: Ha Long - Ha Noi (B/L/)
The cruise will finish it journeys of 2 days/1 night at 11:30 am at the dock and you will be returning to Hanoi by vehicle in the afternoon.
Day 03: Hanoi - Dong Hoi - Phong Nha (B/L/D) (25 -65 km)
A morning flight to Dong Hoi for genlte bike riding to Phong Nha. Our bike guide and driver with bikes already at the airport waiting for you. Narrow paths allow you to discover local life in some villages surrounding corns with mountains. Then we ride past fishing villages before we following paths to jungle. To day we will have picnic lunch served on the way. In the afternoon, we continue biking on genlte hilly paths through rice paddy along mountain range.
Day 04: Phong Nha Caves exploreation (B/L/D) (no cycling)
The most beautiful cave of Phong Nha is Paradise and Phong Nha caves. After we trekking and exploring Paradise cave, we will have lunch by river before we use zip lines to hot springs, the best place you can enjoy mud bath and return be kayaking. If time permitted you will discover Phong Nha cave by boat.
Day 05: Phong Nha - Khe Sanh (B/L/D) (100 km+)
Starting riding from Phong Nha, cycle on back roads through Phong Nha national park before we stay on Ho Chi Minh trails all the ways Khe Sanh. The smooth marrow road through jungle surrounding with mountain ranges of Truong Son. With the long riding downhills through jungle along mountains and valley. Stop at old Ta Con airport before cheking in the hotel
Day 06: Khe Sanh - Quang Tri - Hue (B/L/) (100 km+)
Today we leave hotels earlier for a transfer by vehicles to Dong Ha' countryside where the ride begins. A short stop at Quang Tri citadael before you explore real back roads all the way to Hue city.
Day 07: Hue - Hoi An (B/L) (25 -50 km)
Spend an hour and half exploring the Purple city of Hue before you bicycling on back roads along beaches of Thuan An. You will riding past rice fields, fishing villages, and hilly back roads through a huge lack connecting ocean and end up riding of today afternoon at the railways and have a transfer to Hoi An town in late afternoon.
Day 08: Hoi An - My Son (B/L) (40 km)
Spends an half days cycling to My Son then returns to Hoi An after lunch. Explore Hoi An by your own.
Day 09: Hoi An - Quang Ngai (B/LD) (35 -90 km)
Leaving the hotel at 7:30 for long bicycle riding today. We Cycle south of Hoi An and have a ferry crossing to further side of Thu Bon river. Stopping at some wooden fishing boat making factory before we bike into traditional villages, farmland to witness village life in the countryside. See locals farming with water buffaloes, fishing on river. After lunch in Tam Ky town. In the afternoon, the ride will continue from Chau O, we follow hilly back roads though jungle and villages to Son My memorial.
Day 10: Quang Ngai - Qui Nhon (B/L/D) (25 - 90 km)
An hour and half transfer by vehicles to Tam Quang for a full day cycling to Quy Nhon. The real back roads along the villages and coastal roads from Tam Quang to Quy Nhon are so beautiful. we ride pass fishing villages, ride paddy fields, sea food farming and salt fields
and ocean lakes.
Day 11: Quy Nhon - Nha Trang (B/L/) (40 - 85 km)
To avoid being heavy traffic jam from city by an hour transfer you to outskirt of Qui Nhon city. We get back on the bike and cross ocean lake on wooden bridges to fishing villages where the morning ride enable you to touch, smell the real of local on the way, ride through tapioca, sweet potato fields on hilly country roads to Tuy Hoa. The bike ride after lunch is on single track that led you to removed area, pass local markets, hamlets before an hour by vehicles to Nha Trang city.
Day 12: Nha Trang – Dalat (B/L/) (30 - 100 km)
Transfer 30 minutes to Dien Khanh ancient town, start to pedal easily on back roads in the morning, pedal past brick factories, rice fields, and have lunch en route. In the afternoon, you will have a transfer to the peak of Hon Giao Pass, then coninue biking to Dalat.
Day 13: Dalat - Nam Cat Tien Park (B/L/D) (30 -60 km)
In the morning, we starting biking from rural area of Dalat, we ride past straberry, coffee plantaion and pine forest to Ta Nung. Then, riding on back road to highway 20 for lunch. In the afternoon, we ride on paths through cashew plantation and corn fields before we cross river to Nam Cat Tien Park center.
Day 14: Dalat - Ho Chi Minh (B/L/) (25 - 45 km)
Option 1: You will have a local guide tour trekking into green forest then back to center of the park for driving to Saigon.
Option 2: Start to ride from the park, ride on hilly back roads along Dong Nai River, then follow small paths through rice paddy to Dinh Quan for a transfer to Ho Cho Minh city. Tour End
Bike routes from Hoian to Quang Ngai
continue cycling after lunch
Break stop at fishing villages
Leonie party from Australia
Biking from Dalat to Nam Cat Tien park
Cycling through jungle from Aluoi to Hue city
Bike routes from Dong Hoi to Phong Nha cave
Biking on Ho Chi Minh trails from Phong Nha to Khe Sanh
Picnic lunch on the way to Khe Sanh
Cycling from Hue to Hanoi An
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USD 2575 per person (2 persons)
USD 2740 per person (2 persons)
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It was a great trip, a great way to see Vietnam, experience the culture and learn about its history. We saw so many things we would not have seen driving by car. The trails and back roads we took helped us to see so much of the way of life of the people of Vietnam. We enjoyed the food so much, got to try many new things and specialties of the country. Loc was an excellent guide, took great care of us, his English was excellent and he was very knowledgeable the history of the country. Cuong was an excellent driver in the crazy traffic of Vietnam. He was also very helpful with bike set up and helping us with picnics.
Great tour, great itinerary with lots of diversity. Everyday was an adventure! 01 - 14 April, 2016
We really appreciated the extremely well organized tour. Everything from 1st contact to the last day of our tour was perfectly organized and we felt in very good hands at all times. The bikes have been in good condition and have been adjusted individually to each one of us.
The layout of the tour has been well chosen. We enjoyed crossing rice fields and riding through backroads of beautiful Vietnam as much as climbing mountains within the rainforest. The variety of each single day of the tour gave a great taste of how diverse the country really is. Supplies throughout the tour have been perfect. Whenever a break was needed, everything was there: drinks, snacks, fresh fruits, warm lunch and even for us Germans, plenty of cold beer to enjoy after each stage of the tour!!!
Accommodation on the tour was also well organized. Outside the main cities options have been rather limited and therefore basic but we always found a place to have a shower and bed to sleep. Van and Tho always did a fantastic job by selecting places and food for lunch and/or dinner. The variety and taste have been amazing.
Besides the tour itself, Backroads also did a great job by choosing “must-see” stops in Vietnam like the Amazing Cave, Khe Sanh, Da Krong Bridge, Imperial City or My Son. Our guide Tho was always well prepared to give us huge background information on all the sites. This has been a great chance for all of us to learn more about the history of Vietnam.
Thank you very very much Tho for the tour and the extra time and effort you took to keep us happy at all times.
Van, thank you for the overall organization and support. We can clearly recommend to use Backroads for any tour in Vietnam. Great job! From February 23, 2015
Ps: We also hope to see (and get) all the pictures that have been taken on the tour!!
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
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 Vietnam Backroads Bike Tours
Stephanie Hall party from Australia: email@example.com
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
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
*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.