The Central Part of Viet Nam: histrorical sites, imposing scenery, extremely friendly people and the country's most beautiful beaches. The Central Viet Nam deserves to rate as a priority for visitors, the Hue Ancient Capital, architecturally impressive Hoi An and the sacred ruins of ancient My Son were listed as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
*"Hue is located in the middle of Viet Nam, Hue has been a capital of history for a long time.There is the melodious Huong River, hills covered by green trees, luxuriant gardens, canals that flow around like embroidery and engravings. Hue boasts wonderful architecture." the Chairman of UNESCO complemented.
*Hoi An is one of Viet Nam's best-loved tourists spots thanks to its ancient architecture, colorful temples and easy-going charm. From the late 16th until the early 19th century, Hoi An was one of the biggest trading ports in Asia. Today, it is bustling again, thanks to the tourists who come to explore the town's colorful past.
*Day 1:Sai Gon- Da Lat (L, D) Cycling 40 km:
The biking guide will pick you up at your hotel and then take a morning transfer for a couple of hours to Bao Loc Town, the town of central highland's (1,000m high above sea level, so the temperature is cooler) well known for coffee and tea plantations as well as silk production facilities. We will have a lunch and coffee in here.
In the afternoon ride up hills and pass on the back roads in the coffee plantation. Overnight in Da Lat city, it's certainly one of the most beautiful cities in Viet Nam and locates in plateau at 1,500m high. Da Lat was founded by Frenchman Andre Yersin, who convinced the French government to establish a hill station here in the late 1890s. During colonial times, the Frenchman of Sai Gon used DaLat as a summer resort to escape the intense heat of Sai Gon. Much of architecture is French.
*Day 2: Da Lat- Nha Trang (B,L,D) Cycling 80km:
We have got a short tranfer out of Đà Lạt City. We will start the ride on the trails in the pine forest with the natural landscape of beautiful jungle on the both side of the roads, the ride today is combination of up and down hills to the top of the Hon Giao pass and then 29 km down hill section of the pass. Stop for lunch at the local restaurant on the bottom of the pass. After lunch keep cycling through villages and farms until we meet up our support vehicle and have a short transfer to Nha Trang for overnight.
*Day 3: Nha Trang (B,L) (No cycling):
After breakfast you will be picked up at your hotel to the boat station for a boat ride to Tri Nguyen where you will see different fish to be collected from the Ocean and keep riding the boat to the Nun Island for swimming, snorkeling to see colourful corals or enjoy water sports (optional). After that take the boat to floating fish farm where the locals keep different kind of fish in the cage under the floating houses and you will have lunch at the local restaurant before heading back to Nha Trang for on your own discover in the afternoon.
*Day 4: Nha Trang- Tuy Hoa (B, L, D) Cycling 75km:
In this morning, we start the bike ride (about 3km) from your hotel to Ponagar Cham Tower for a visit and the keep biking along the beach until meet up our support vehicle and then a short transfer on busy roads to lunch stop on Dai Lanh beach( one of the most beautiful beaches on the ways, you may have time for swimming and relaxing!)
In the afternoon bike ride is along the coast, We have got some up hills and down hills with peaceful sandy beaches, floating fishing village, light tower... keep biking straight to your hotel in Tuy Hoa Town for overnight
*Day 5: Tuy Hoa- Qui Nhon (B, L, D) Cycling 65km:
In this morning ride, after breakfast we will have a short ride in Tuy Hoa Town from your hotel to the beach and keep biking through in fishing villages along the coast and stop at (Ganh Da Dia) literally means (The Sea Cliff of Stone Plates) is the seashore area of uniformly interlocking basalt rock columns located along the coast. The rocks are dark lava columns with roughly flat surfaces of different shapes-round, pentagon, hexagon, polygon...They were created from volcanic eruptions millions of years ago.
Afternoon ride along the coast to Qui Nhon City for overnight at the Hotel by the beach.
*Day 6: Qui Nhơn- Quảng Ngãi ( B,L,D) Cycling 70 km:
In this morning We have a short transfer out of Qui Nhon City for starting the bike ride into villages, We may have a chance to visit the salt-marsh, study how to make salt by traditional way in Vietnam and their daily life. keep biking on quiet roads along the coast with the view of beautiful beaches, shrimp farms on the both sides. We will stop for lunch before we cycle to the end and then take the bus to Quang Ngai City for check in the hotel.
*Day 7: Quang Ngai- Hoi An ( B, L, D) Cycling 60km
The bike ride will start at your hotel (about 12km) to My Lai massacre for a guided visit, this is the site of one of the greatest atrocities during the Viet Nam War, and perhaps the most heinous military action ever staged by the American, where 504 people were killed in 1968. And then keep cycling in countryside roads with many friendly locals say" Hello!" to you.
After the ride we go straight to Hoi An ancient town, where you can discover one of the oldest towns in Vietnam. From the late 16th until the early 19th century, Hoi An was one of the biggest trading ports in Asia.
*Day 8: Hoi An ( B,L) No Cycling: You'll explore this town on your own.
Hoi an is a beautiful, ancient Vietnamese town, about 30 km to the south of Danang. It located on the banks of Thu Bon river near the South Sea, it retrains its centuries old Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese and European architecture. From the 2nd- 10th centuries, Hoi An was one of the principal cities in the Champa Kingdom. Archeologists have discovered the bases of numerous Cham towers in the region,
*Day 9: Hoi An- Hue ( B, L, D ) Cycling 95km:
You will be picked up at your hotel for a short drive to the beach where we start the ride along Da Nang beach to Hai Van Pass (35km) (or the Pass of the Ocean Clouds), one of the huge passes in Vietnam. The weather changes dramatically, truely separating the South from the North. We cycle on the snaky stretch of roadway through 20km of spectacular jungle mountains that connected Da Nang and Lang Co beach and reaches a height of 500m. Here are perhaps the most majestic views in Vietnam!
In the afternoon ride in the forest and villages to Hue Imperial City where we stay for over night.
*Day 10: Hue City tour (L,D) Cycling 35 km:
Taking a morning( 45') dragon boat trip on quiet perfume river to Thien Mu Pagoda, one of the oldest pagoda in Hue City. Behind pogoda you can see a British car, the same car that brought the buddhist monk Thich Quang Duc to Sai Gon. There he became the subject of Malcolm Browne's famous photo. It shows the monk immolating himself in 1963. And the we cycling on the backroads in the remote area to Khai Dinh Tom ( the most beautiful and expensive toms of Nguyen Dynasty) and to Citadel.
Have a great cycling holiday!
- Cycle in quiet backroads to Central Highland where you can see how local grow coffee and tea
- Try the real Vietnamese coffee or weasel coffee and green tea
- Enjoy your challenge on the way up to the hills and passes, the beautiful Hai Van Pass.
- Stop on one of the most beautiful beaches for swimming and relaxing
- Taking pictures wherever you would like to do (Good for picture hunting)
- Experience local daily activities on the ways
- Joying the views of Vietnamese ancient town- Hoi An.
- English speaking experienced bike guide
- Accommodations (room share)
- Pick up and droff at your hotel
- Support vehicle and driver
- Good mountain bikes, Helmets, Spare parts, Tool kits and Medical kits
- Entrance fees
- Water, Soft drinks, Snacks, Fresh fruits and Wet towels on cycling days
- All meals as mentioned (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= Dinner)
- Travel Insurance
- Other personal Expenses
- Daily departure
- Please, contact us for the best price!