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Biking Through Vietnam's Best Beaches For 20 Days 19 Nights

TOURS PRICE: $ 2760/pax

Travelling Through Vietnam's Best Beaches On Bicycles

For 20 Days 19 Nights

Vietnam's idyllic tropical beaches have long been a favorite amongst locals and intrepid travelers. In recent years, the beach scene has inevitably expanded as foreigners discover the turquoise waters and unique scuba diving along the country's central and south coast. While there are plenty of well-appointed resorts, adventurers can find welcoming budget bungalows and even some unassuming beach towns still untouched by developers.

Join us on a 20-day bike adventure from the bustling city of Ho Chi Minh City, otherwise known as Sai Gon, up to Ha Noi. This epic tour showcases all aspects of Vietnam’s best beaches; including the poignant aspects of its war-torn history. Indulge in the fragrant and unforgettable Vietnamese cuisine. Cycle through beautiful wetlands, backed by jagged peaks. Travel vast stretches of stunning beaches and sample the freshest seafood available; straight from ocean-to-table.

We begin in the South, exploring the vast underground Cu Chi tunnels in Sai Gon. From there, heading towards White and Red sand dunes of Mui Ne Beach, the views will be worth it. A picturesque rest in the famous blue waters of Nha Trang as we reach the Southeast of Vietnam. The following day, gentle bike along the Vung Ro Bay and enjoy the smooth terrain of Tuy Hoa, passing rice fields dotted with water buffalo. Onto the Central Coast at Hoi An, the major trading port, before enjoying the scenic back roads of My Son Holly Land. Enjoy the spectacular backdrop of Xuan Thuy National Park as we come into North Vietnam through the beaches of Thai Binh, before riding through the pineapple plantations of Hai Phong. Finally, we complete this epic bike adventure on the Northeastern coast; the jewel in the Gulf of Tonkin. The emerald sea of Halong Bay.

The Adventure Cycling Trip, Day by Day.

Day 1: Individual arrival in Ho Chi Minh City – D.

GreenHorizonTours’ Guide will pick you up at the airport and transfer you to hotel for check in. The rest of day is free at leisure. Meeting GreenHorizonTours’ Guide at diner time for all plant to cycle.  You’ll stay overnight in Ho Chi Minh City. 

Day 2: From Ho Chi Minh to Cu Chi Tunnels, 70km distance & 40km cycling – B,L.

We’ll short transfer you early in the morning move to Cu Chi district about an hour. The riders will start to cycling on dirty track and asphalt countryside roads. You’ll through peaceful villages, to exploring agricultural landscapes and daily life of the local people in Cu Chi district. You’ll stop at to sightseeing rice paper making where spring roll wrappings originate. And then, we’ll bike through a beautiful, shaded rubber plataion. You arrive in Cu Chi tunnels area and have lunch time break in a local restaurant. After lunch, you ‘ll visit to the famous Cu Chi tunnels tops a highly memorable day of adventure and provides some historical context of Vietnam War. Soldiers used these underground routes to house troops, transport communications and supplies, lay booby traps and mount surprise attacks, after which they could disappear underground to safety. Visitors to Vietnam can now crawl through some of the safer areas of the tunnels, view command centers and booby traps, fire an AK-47 rifle on a firing range and even eat a meal featuring typical foods that soldiers living in the tunnels would have eaten. This excursion trip combines of best cycling routes with time to experience underground of Cu Chi tunnels. After discover the tunnels we’ll return to Ho Chi Minh by vehicle. You’ll spent overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 3: From Ho Chi Minh City to Mui Ne Beach, 190km distance & 40km cycling – B,L,D.

After breakfast at your hotel, we’ll tranfer you at around two hours  to Lagi fishing village, where our the journey start to cycle up and down along roads passing through coastal villages: we recommend a coffee break among the narrow streets of Tan Hai beach, before proceeding along the Ke Ga Light House (Ke Ga light house located about 30 km south of Phan Thiet along the coast is an area known for its Ke Ga lighthouse on a small island just across the water. It is an absolutely gorgeous stretch of beach, and as you get closer to the lighthouse there are strikingly colourful and intricate rock formations all along the shore. Built in 1897 by a French architect named Chnavat, the lighthouse is 64 m high and assessed as one of the most beautiful lighthouses in Southeast Asia), passing through the biggest abundance of dragon fruit trees. Riding through fields after fields of these long gangly armed green monsters is an experience and you will stop to enjoy  the dragon fruit in a local farms. At the end of the day you will arrive at Mui Ne Beach, where you will spent overnight.

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 4: From Mui Ne Beach to Ninh Chu Bay, 130km distance & 70km cycling – B,L,D.

Mui Ne is famous for its enormous red and white sand dunes. The 'red dunes' (doi hong) are convenient to Hai Long, but the 'white dunes' (doi cat trang) 30km northeast are the more impressive – the near-constant oceanic winds sculpt the pale yellow sands into wonderful Saharaesque formations. But as this is Vietnam (not deepest Mali) there's little chance of experiencing the silence of the desert. To day you will cycle through two geological wonders of the sand dunes of Mui Ne.

After breakfast, from at your hotel, you will cycle to Red Sand dunes at around 17km , which charm with their transparent sea and narrow alleyways full of shops, where between one house and the next you can get unique views over the sea. You’ll stop at the red sand dunes to hire a plastic sledge to ride the dunes. After that, you’ll continue to bike along coastal road heading to White Sand Dunes, where we recommend you stop for lunch at Lotus Lake:The White Dunes are by far the larger and are known by locals as Bau Trang or White Lake. There are quite a few small stands selling foods and drinks to customers within the area along with pine trees offering much-needed shade. After lunch, we’ll short transfer to Ca Na Beach” Sleeping , from there you’ll continue to cycle to Ninh Chu Bay at around 40km. Cycling along the beaches,  you can enjoy a restoring bathe before ending the cycling day gently, tasting the tropical climate Ninh Chu Bay in one of the  top beaches of the Middle of Vietnam. You will stay overnight at Ninh Chu Bay.

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 5: From Ninh Chu Bay to Nha Trang Beach, 100km distance & 70km cycling – B,L,D.

Ninh Chu Bay is attractive with rows of popla humming in the wind just nearby the beach as if they were whispering to the blue sea and singing about its fine sand dune - the daughter of the sea and sky.

After enjoy your breakfast, you’ll cycle from  your hotel to Cam Phuc Nam village  about 67km. Today, you’ll bike along coastal road and through fishing village then arrive in Binh Tien village, where we have lunch break, relaxing and swimming on the beach. After lunch, you continue to bike to Cam Phuc Nam, where our support vehicle will transfer you to Nha Trang. We arrive in Nha Trang in the late afternoon. You will spent overnight in Nha Trang beach. Nha Trang is possibly Vietnam’s most famous beach destination. Nha Trang itself is one of the larger cities in Vietnam, and Nha Trang Beach is a massive, miles-long stretch of white sand and clear turquoise waters. The beach is stunning. That, combined with Nha Trang’s popular nightlife scene, makes it a prime destination for both Vietnamese and international travelers. This also makes the beach rather crowded in high season though, so if you’re looking for a quiet, relaxing beach, Nha Trang probably isn’t your thing.

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 6: From Nha Trang Beach to Quy Nho City, 220km distance & 40km cycling – B,L,D.

To day, it is long distance for transfer. Afeter breakfast, we will transfer at around an hour to Dai Lanh Beach, where our journey start to cycle from there to Song Cau Beach. First section, you will bike on flat ocean road pass fishing villages then heading to coastal town of Tuy Hoa. You will enjoy a pause for lunch and for a bathe along beaches of Tuy Hoa. After lunch, Riding along a remote road through a mix of tribal and Viet villages, we cover some gentle hills before reaching the coastal town of Quy Nhon. You will stay overnight in Quy Nhon. The town of Quy Nhon is still working out what it has to offer visitors, but the surrounding beaches are amongst the country’s finest… and this being Vietnam, that’s saying something! Mile upon mile of undeveloped sand stretch to the north and south of Quy Nhon, and daily flights from Ho Chi Minh City and Ha Noi Capital ensure convenient access.

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 7: From Quy Nhon City to Quang Ngai City, 176 distance & 60km cycling – B,L,D.

From Quy Nho towards Tam Quan Beach at around 105km, to commence cycling on an attractive minor road through rice paddies, salt making flats, mountainous area and later past shrimp farms. You  will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant on the way. From the restaurant, you will continue to bike to coastal town of Tam Quan Beach, where our vehicle will take you to Quang Ngai City. Do not miss the characteristic fishermen’s village of  Sa Huynh Beach. The  Beach is well-known with clear water, golden sand and pine trees. The sun shined the sea and waves that clapped gently against the coastline of the picturesque beach of Quang Ngai Province. On arrival you will check in hotel and spent overnight in Quang Ngai. The eponymous capital of Quang Ngai province is something of an overgrown village with no obvious attractions, so most visitors only drop by for a spot of grazing at lunchtime. The few travellers who venture here come to pay their respects to the victims of the most famous atrocity of the American War at nearby Son My. Even before WWII, Quang Ngai was an important centre of resistance against the French. During the Franco–Viet Minh War, the area was a Viet Minh stronghold. In 1962, the South Vietnamese government introduced its ill-fated Strategic Hamlets Program. Villagers were forcibly removed from their homes and resettled in fortified hamlets, infuriating and alienating the local population and increasing popular support for the Viet Cong (VC).

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 8: From Quang Ngai City to Hoi An Ancient Town, 120km distance & 70km cycling – B,L,D.

Hoi An, once a major Southeast Asian trading post in the 16th and 17th centuries, is basically a living museum that houses old-town architecture.Some notable heritage buildings include Chinese temples, a Japanese-designed bridge, pagodas, wooden shop-houses, French-colonial houses, and old canals. Although large-scale trading had long moved elsewhere, Hoi An has been successful in preserving and restoring its charming roots and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in December 1999.

Heading east of Hoi An, new housing and hotels mix with older rice paddies, and the riverbank meanders for around 5km to sandy beaches. This palm-fringed coastline extends north to Da Nang, and despite the development, there are still a few quieter stretches; it's a good area to explore independently on two wheels.

Cua Dai is one of just five Vietnamese UNESCO World Heritage Sites offering an unrivalled seaside escape from the ancient streets of Hoi An. This 3km stretch of fine white powdery sands positioned just north-east of Hoi An make Cua Dai Beach the perfect place to easily find your own patch of paradise. The water is very clear with tropically blue waves that are gentle enough for swimming and floating around

After breakfast at your hotel and check out. We will take a short transfer out of the city for the ride. We ride on back roads to the site of the My Lai massacre where 504 locals died in 1968. Lunch is taken along the way. After that we transfer to Tam Ky city and then you will continue to cycle through coastal sand dune country to Kim Bong Carpentry Village where we can see the artisans creating woodwork pieces. We then take the ferry boat crossing the Thu Bon River to Hoi An. We arrive at the Hotel in Hoi An ancient town at approximately 4:30 pm. Check in and relax. Dinner at a local restaurant. You will stay overnight in Hoi An.

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 9: From Hoi An Ancient Town to Imperial Citadel Hue, 130km distance & 70km cycling – B,L,D.

After breakfast at the Hotel and check out. We have short transfer to the My Khe Beach.  You will cycle from town along a flat coastal road, through various fishing and agricultural villages. You will have your first experience of the friendliness of the locals, especially the children. You will pedal uphill to the top of the Hai Van Pass or “Ocean Cloud” Pass (496m), a very quiet road now that there is a tunnel (not open to cyclists). The view from the top, and on the descent, is outstanding and well worth the effort. After short break, you will pedal down to Lang Co Beach – the sea legendary.Known as a wild picturesque sea view, Lang Co is the ideal beach for summer vacation and wild beauty discovery! Lang Co is a famous beach of Thua Thien-Hue Province, best known for its ever most beautiful natural landscapes and pure sea wildness. Strategically situated inside the zone of 3 World Heritage Conservation Centers (Hue ancient citadel, Hoi An old town, and My Son holy land), Lang Co is only 30 kilometers from Da Nang, and 70 kilometers from Hue. Accordingly, this helps develop diversified types of tourism, and keeps tourists to stay there longer. Lang Co is attached to a number of beautiful names by admiring tourists, some of which are “Beautiful lady of fishing village”, “Greater beauty than picture”, and so forth. You will soon discover the names’ derivation once you have come here. We stop for lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon we cycle on the coast road past local beaches and the Ancient burial grounds called ‘The City of the Tomb’. You continue to cycle past local fishing villages and finish the day by transferring to the City of Hue. You will stay overnight in Hue.

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 10: From Imperial Citadel Hue to Nhat Le Beach, 160km distance  & 50km cycling – B,L,D.

The city of Hue in the center of Vietnam, was for years the home of the emperors and the capital of the Empire of Vietnam. Hue, built on the banks of the Perfume River, is steeped in 3,000 years of history.  In the heart of Hue stands the Citadel of Hue, an impressive fortress from the year 1800 that was recognized as a World Heritage site in 1993. The Citadel of Hue was the residence of the emperors of Vietnam for decades. From the historical point of view, the Citadel of Hue was present in a very important chapter of the Vietnam war. The different emperors of the dynasty Nguyen that for years reigned in Vietnam, were buried in the city of Hue. As a monument and eternal resting place, were built 7 large imperial tombs such as: Imperial Tomb of Emperor Gia Long, Imperial Tomb of Emperor Minh Mang, Imperial Tomb of Emperor Thieu Tri, Imperial Tomb of Emperor Tu Duc, Imperial Tomb of Emperor Duc Duc, Imperial Tomb of Emperor Dong Khanh, Imperial Tomb of Emperor Khai Dinh.

After breakfast at hotel, you will cycle to explore the Citadel and Imperial City of Hue. We would like to recommend you to visit the Imperial Tomb of Tu Duc and Imperial Tomb of Khai Dinh. And then we have short break for lunch. After lunch, we will short transfer to Le Thuy Beach where you will continue to bike to Nhat Le Beach of Quang Binh Province at around 25km. You will spent overnight in Quang Binh.

Day 11: From Nhat Le Beach to Thien Cam Beach, 135km distance & 70km cycling – B,L,D.

Depart from your hotel after breakfast, you will bike along Nhat Le River  to Bac Village at around 25km. On the way cycling, you will stop at the Dong Hoi Citadel to know about historical of Vietnam  - Dong Hoi Citadel is located in Dong Hoi city, Quang Binh Province. It is a complex of high fences and towers, forming a fortress that protected the kings and the capital of the Nguyen dynasty since 1630. On arrival Bac Village, our vehicle will short transfer you to Ky Khang Coastal village, where we will stop for lunch. After lunch, from here you will continue to bike along the coastal road with expansive views of white sand of Thien Cam Beach. Our overnight stay is at a beautiful resort on Thien Cam Beach - A melodious charm: Considered as a “Heaven’s Lute”, Thien Cam is a rhythmically beautiful beach in central Vietnam, attracting thousands of tourist turns annually. If you are wondering about a summer vacation place, Thien Cam beach (Cam Xuyen, Ha Tinh Province) should be on top of your choices. The reason is that not only does it have a wild and pristine beauty with pure environment being good for your health, but an interesting magical legendary as well. On arrival, you will check in hotel and relaxing on the beaches of Thien Cam, where you will stay overnight. 

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 12: From Thien Cam Beach to Cua Lo Beach, 100km distance & 70km cycling – B,L,D.

Today, you start the trip by biking to another beaches of Cua Lo. Nice and flat biking, you will cycle along narrow countryside road through the rice paddy fields and cross the Rao Cai River heading to the Thach Hai’s fishing village - many kinks of shellfish in this place  you should try to eating seafoods as: Crabs, Crayfish, Lopsters, Shrimps and Clams. From september to November of Lunar Calender annually, Tons of Clams wash up on the beach). lunch time in the local restaurants along the beach. this small local beach is a quiet and beautiful place to rest up for another chapter of riding. After lunch, you’ll cycling along coastal road  through the Thach Ban Commmune in the central provine of Ha Tinh’s Thach Ha head to the Can Loc district, where our support vehicle will transfer you to beaches of Cua Lo about an hour. You will spent overnight in Cua Lo Beach. Dinner and accommodation at beaches of Cua Lo.

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 13: From Cua Lo Beach to Sam Son Beach, 148km distance & 70km cycling – B,L,D.

After breakfast, Depart from Cua Lo Beach, you will start to cycle on coastal road to Sam Son Beach. Situated in Nghe An Province, Cua Lo Beach is among the most beautiful beaches in the northern region of Vietnam. Just 22km away from the center of Vinh City, Cua Lo Beach is the magnet for almost all domestic tourists from both north and center of the country. You will stop on the way for lunch. Short transfer to Hai Thanh fishing village, you will continue to cycle to beaches of Sam Son at around 40km. you will spent overnight in Sam Son Beach - Sam Son is a coastal borough in the east of Thanh Hoa Province, 16km from the center of Thanh Hoa City. Sam Son Borough has a long and beautiful beach reaching more than 16km in length. The very flat and gentle sandbank, combined with the clean and blue water makes the scenery of Sam Son beach magnificent and attractive. You will have some unforgettable moments when you wallow in the cool blue sea, listen to songs of the wave and the wind, and take a nap on the sunlight sandbanks or build sand castles. Also, this is a good place to try various local seafood varieties such as shrimps, crabs, fishes and also to bring back home some nice souvenirs. Besides the beaches, Sam Son also has another fascinating destination with many natural attractions and historical relics: the Truong Le Mountain range. The part that is contiguous to the sea is called Co Giai Islet. On top of this islet, there is a small pagoda named “Doc Cuoc”, which means “One Leg”. The pagoda is the place for the local people to recall the epic legend of a giant that manages to slay a sea monster and to guard the sea in the past.  Also, there is a special rock name “Trong Mai”, formed with two huge boulders on a flat rock. There is a story that these rocks represent a pair of husband and wife, who love each other passionately even when both have been transformed into birds. 

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 14: From Sam Son Beach to Quat Lam Beach, 142km distance & 70km cycling – B,L,D.

Beaches of Quat Lam is also famous for its indigenous watermelon which is well-known for its red color and sweet taste. Local authorities developed the beach after 1997 and thus the beach area, coconut forests, peanut farms and watermelon farms have made way for hotels, restaurants and tourist services. They are close together under shades of sea pine lines, creating a bustling urban area along the beach. The road to the beach, located 40 kilometers from Quat Lam Town in Giao Thuy District, Nam Dinh City, is smooth so tourists can negotiate their way no problem and once they arrive they will realize that the simple things in life have to enjoyed, chilling out on the beach. Quat Lam salt field is also a destination that you to Nam Dinh should not miss.

After breakfast at your hotel, depart to cycle from beaches of Sam Son along Ma River heading to Hoang Dai local ferry at aroungd 25km. Continueing to cycle through many white salt farms. From there are some climbs, but also lots of nice downhills. Bike to Tam Toa Ferry. From there is a ferry to cross Day River on Nam Dinh Province. From Tam Toa Ferry, you bike through many watermelon farms and  fishing village reaching to beaches of Quat Lam, where we will stay overnight. Dinner and accommodation in beaches of Quat Lam.

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 15: From Quat Lam Beach to Do Son Beach, 143km distance & 70km cycling – B,L,D.

Do Son Beach is heaven in Hai Phong , which is one of the most popular beaches in the north. Do Son is a stunning beach located in an ideal topography which is easily accessible via local transportation. It is a small peninsula formed by the stretch of Rong Mountains to the sea. The harmonious mix of ranges of mountains and hills with forests of pine trees cover the beach area like a blanket. The sand in Do Son is light and reflects sunlight so it is pinky red at sunset but silky yellow in morning. Zigzag roads along the mountains, and pine forests make the beach an attractive location in the tropical region. Do Son is composed of tree zones, each having bathing beaches, hills and forests. One is at the beginning of Do Son Township, the second area has a lot of modern hotels and resorts and the last area features a quiet and ancient style.

Depart from your hotel after breakfast, you will ride on to Xuan Thuy National Park at around 30km. you will hiking around the Park to sightseeing  Xuan Thuy National Park, a bird paradise - Xuan Thuy National Park is the first wetland in Southeast Asia to participate in the 1989 Convention on Wetlands of International Importance, known as RAMSAR. In 2004, UNESCO recognized the site as the core area of the Red River Delta Biosphere Reserves. Located 150 km southeast of Ha Noi, Xuan Thuy National Park, Nam Dinh Province, is the habitat of hundreds of fauna and flora species. The park is special for its geographical structure and diverse wetland ecological system. Lunch time will be taken on the way. After lunch, from there you will continue  to bike 20km to Con Nhat Ferry, and then you cross the Red River into Thai Binh Province – is a province bordering Ha Noi Capital, know for teemed paddy, is a province bordering Ha Noi, known for teemed paddy fields, and the most beautiful sea dunes of the North of Vietnam, we recommend a trip around there. The journey from Quat Lam Beach to Xuan Thuy National Park is an easy ride. The only uphill's are across the Khue bridges of Hai Phong Province. Continueing to cycle around 15km more then our support vehicle will transfer you to the beaches of Do Son where you will stay overnight.

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time

Day 16: From Do Son Beach to Ha Long Bay, 87km distance & 50km cycling – B,L,D.

Today is a short biking day and the last cycling day from beaches of Do Son to Ha Long Bay. Be ready for a rolling on coastal road in Ha Long Bay, but don’t forget to enjoy the bay views on the both sides of the road. Lunch at a local restaurant on the way. Arrival in Ha Long Bay between 3:30 and 4:30 pm. Check in hotel and relaxing.

Cycling distances given are entirely optional. The support vehicle will be available at any time.

Day 17: Ha Long  Bay Overnight By Glory Cruise 3* – B,L,D.( No Cycling – Relaxing day).

Today there is the option of a boat trip to exploring the caves, fresh local seafood, beautiful beaches, fishing villages, landscapes are the major places of attraction for you. There are many heritage sites which are the places of legends and stories about Vietnam that attracts the most of the traveller. Halong Bay is a beautiful seascape and attracts the most of tourists for its limestone cliffs. Halong Bay contains many natural sights and legendary attractions. The unique scenery of Halong Bay gives the proof of the development of the earth and the resident of Viet people. Nature blessed this place with the thousands of islands which are different in sizes and shapes. The ecosystem of flora and fauna is the reason of forest diversity.

Breakfast at your hotel and free to explore around Ha Long City until 11:30am we will check out hotel and have lunch time. After that, we will short transfer to Tuan Chau wharf then short break and photography time.

12h30: Board Glory Cruises for departure. Welcome drink will be served

13h00: Lunch is served while cruising through the bay

15h30: Visit exciting Cua Van fishing village. The village is free of busy roads and streets, electric lights, houses and high rise buildings. Instead, there are only herds of little boats and rafts. You will have the chance to discover the traditional culture and customs of the fishermen.

16h30: Enjoy kayaking or swimming (if the weather permits).

17h00: Back on board and continue cruising to Drum Cave (Hang Trong) to dock.

19h00: Dinner is served.

21h00: Take some leisure time to enjoy chatting at the bar or enjoy some night fishing.

Relax and spend a romantic night on Glory Cruise

Day 18: Ha Long Bay to Ha Noi Capital, 165km distance  – B,L.(No Cycling).

07h00: Coffee and tea will be served

08h00: Continue cruising

08h15: Visit splendid Sung Sot Cave

09h00: Check out and enjoy a fantastic cruise on the bay, passing Dinh Huong Island, fishing villages, Ga Choi Island, Dog Island and Sail Island.

09h30: Buffet brunch (breakfast/lunch) while cruising back through Ha Long Bay to the pier

11h30: Arrive at the pier. Time to say goodbye to the crew.

12h00: Return from Ha Long to Ha Noi

14h00: Stop over in Dong Trieu town to visit a ceramics workshop.

On arrival to Ha Noi at around 5:30 or 6:00pm. check in hotel and relaxing.

Day 19: Ha Noi Capital – B.(No Cycling).

Free day explore by your own

Day 20: Ha Noi Capital – B.(No Cycling).

You have free at leisure in Ha Noi until Green Horizon Tours’ guide will transfer you to the airport for your onward flight.

     Group Size

     Solo

   2-4 Peson

   5-8 Person

 9-12 Person

Tour Price/person

 Contact us

    $ 2760

    $ 2500

   $ 2300

Depart From:

Ho Chi Minh City

End At:

Ha Noi Capital.

Start Time:

7:45 am

Finish Time:

3:00 pm or 4:00 pm

Duration:

20 days 19 nights

Departure Days:

Depend on Group.

Activities:

Cycling, Sightseeing, Swimming, birth watching, boat trip…

Accommodation: 19 Nights.

 18 nights in 3* Hotel + 1 night in Glory Cruise 3*

Transportation: Pick up&Drop off  at Airport During the Trip.

Air conditioned  bus / Track cary the bikes,

Meals: as mentioned in the itinerary ( B= Breakfast,   L = Lunch,   D = Dinner

Fruit snack, purified drinking water, picnic lunch, hot meals in local restaurants with mostly Vietnamese food (rice, vegetables, meat). Simple but good. Please note one day in advance if you have special dietary requirements.

What to Bring:

Hat, sunscreen, repellent, camera, rain jacket, good shoes for biking.

What is Included:

English speaking guides, all necessary forest and tourist permits, first aid kit, mountain bikes( New Trek or Giant), helmets and gloves,  vehicles and drivers, all activities lited above , drinking water throughout the trip, Meals as list Above. Hotel accommodation 19 nights.

 

What is not Included:

·         Soft drinks, hard alcohol and beer.  Individual international medical insurance (should be purchased before arrival in Vietnam). 

·         Tips for Our Guides and Drivers .

Important Notes:

·    We strongly recommend the purchase of travel insurance (covering emergency medical evacuation) for trips to Vietnam.

·    Prices are valid 30 days from date of offer. Past this date price and conditions may be readjusted.

·    The cost of air tickets is subject to change without prior notice by the airlines.

·     Reservations during peak times (Christmas, New Year, Vietnamese Lunar New Year, National Holidays) may be subject to supplementary charges.

·      Rooms at hotels are available only from 1400 on arrival day till 1200 on departure date. A supplement will be added if early check-in or late check-out is desired.

·      Please note that all the above services & tours have yet to be booked, they are proposed for your information only and we will not make any reservations before we receive your confirmation to do so. If one or some proposed service(s) is (are) not available at the moment of booking, we will try to find other possibilities/options or other similar service(s) in order to avoid changes to the program.  

Would you like to customize this tour? Aren’t you trained enough, and would prefer shorter legs? Would you like a different starting or arriving point, or a break day before, after or during the tour? Contact us: greenhorizontours@gmail.com   we will do our best to suit your needs! 

Schedule

             Destinations 

       Accommodations

Day 1

     Ho Chi Minh

Asian Ruby Hotel 3*

Day 2

 Ho Chi Minh – Cu Chi Tunnes

Asian Ruby Hotel 3*

Day 3

 Ho Chi Minh – Mui Ne

Dynasty Beach Resort 3*

Day 4

Mui Ne – Ninh Chu

Con Ga Vang Resort 3*

Day 5

Ninh Chu – Nha Trang

Ruby Hotel 3*

Day 6

Nha Trang – Quy Nhon

Sunflower Hotel 3*

Day 7

Quy Nhon – Quang Ngai

Song Tra Hotel 3*

Day 8

Quang Ngai – Hoi An

Thanh Binh 3  Serene  Hotel 3*

Day 9

Hoi An - Hue

Riverview Hotel 3*

Day 10

Hue – Nhat Le

Sunrise Hotel 3*

Day 11

Nhat Le – Thien Cam

Thien Y Hotel 2*

Day 12

Thiem Cam – Cua Lo

Muong Thanh Hotel 4*

Day 13

Cua Lo – Sam Son

Bien Nho Hotel 3*

Day 14

Sam Son – Quat Lam

Minh Hai Hotel 3*

Day 15

Quat Lam – Do Son

Hai Au Hotel 3*

Day 16

Do Son – Ha Long

Cong Doan Hotel 3*

Day 17

Ha Long Bay by Glory Cuise Overnight

Glory Cruise 3*

Day 18

Ha Long – Ha Noi

Classic Street Hotel 3*

Day 19

                  Ha Noi

Classic Street Hotel 3*

Day 20

            Ha Noi Departure

  

 

TOURS PRICE: $ 2760/pax