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EXPERIENCE HUE – DANANG – HOI AN BY BIKES – 05 DAYS

Price from
$750
Duration
05 Days
Distance
250KM
Difficulty
Moderate Cycling Holiday
Tour Code
Trip Starts in
Hue City
Trip ending in
Hoi An City
Trip Type
Cycling Holiday
Group Size
Min:02 -Max:12

OVERVIEW

Cycling to discover some of the most popular world heritage in Vietnam with our start from Hue Citadel, then Hoi An ancient town and My Son Holyland…

Day 1: Hue Discovery by bikes (30KM)

Day 2: Hue – Lang Co Beach. (50KM)

Day 3: Lang Co – Hai Van Pass – Hoian(75KM)

Day 4: My Son Holly Land(60KM)

Day 5: Hoi an free & Easy.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Riding the back roads of Hue to visit ancient town, garden house, and the Imperial Citadel.
  • Riding along the Tam Giang Lagoon and stop en-route to experience the daily life of the locals.
  • Riding around Lap An lagoon and conquer Hai Van Pass with a spectacular view from the top.
  • Witness daily life along with the coastal areas between Hue and Nha Trang
  • Appreciate natural beauty and breathtaking landscapes; rustic rural villages and tranquil beaches
EXPERIENCE HUE – DANANG – HOI AN BY BIKES – 05 DAYS
EXPERIENCE HUE – DANANG – HOI AN BY BIKES – 05 DAYS
EXPERIENCE HUE – DANANG – HOI AN BY BIKES – 05 DAYS
EXPERIENCE HUE – DANANG – HOI AN BY BIKES – 05 DAYS

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Hue Discovery by bikes (L)

Today is a full day of Hue’s discovery by bikes.
Morning, cycling along the Perfume River to visit one of the local and central markets.
Stopping at one of the local houses to enjoy local coffee and chat with the locals.

Crossing the countless rice paddy fields, you pedal back to Hue to visit the Imperial Citadel, the King Tu Duc’s tomb. Visit the Incense stick & conical hat-making village nearby the tomb. Visit Thien Mu Pagoda located on the hill.
Take a Dragon boat back to the city center. Overnight in Hue.
Cycling distance: 35km


Day 2: Hue – Lang Co Beach (B, L)

Morning ride to Thanh Toan covered bridge on an interesting village road winding through green paddy fields.
Keep cycling and passing the scenic Tam Giang lagoon, stop en route at a village specializing in mushroom growing. This part of our today’s ride is known to offer the most spectacular rural landscape of the central coast of Vietnam.

Our final point today is one of the most beautiful beaches. You’ll check in one of the beachfront resorts to enjoy a beach break and swimming at Lang Co – listed as one World’s most beautiful bays in 2009. Enjoy seafood for refueling your energy. Overnight in Lang Co.

Cycling distance: 75km


Day 3: Lang Co – Lap An Lagoon – Hai Van Pass – Hoi An (B, L)

Start your day by a warming-up around Lap An lagoon – famed as Venice of Vietnam. Ready for the most challenging part of the trip which is a most unforgettable moment by climbing uphill the Pass of Clouds (Hai Van Pass). At the top of the pass, stop for a panoramic view over Danang far below. This is one of the rarest sites where you can see vestiges of the most significant contemporary eras of Vietnamese history, vestiges of a fortification built by the Nguyen dynasty, military bunkers left from the war with the French, and bunkers from the Vietnam War. From this height, enjoy thrilling views of the surrounding sea and mountains. Now you face the challenge of the downhill ride. On arriving at the foot of the pass, shuttle to Hoi An for a walking tour in the peaceful town. Overnight in Hoi An.

Cycling distance: 75km on back roads and coastal roads.


Day 4: Cycling to My Son (B, L)

After breakfast, hop on your support vehicle for a short drive out of the town and cycle west along the quiet road to My Son world heritage site. My Son Sanctuary is a large complex of religious monuments comprised of more than 70 architectural works built by the nobility of the Champa kingdom deriving their cultural and spiritual influences from Indian Hinduism. Only 25 vestiges remain today as a standing witness to the reign of the Champa Dynasty
Afternoon, cycle to visit the lantern town including the Japanese Covered Bridge, Chinese Old house, Historical museum; and keep riding to the beach for swimming. Return to your hotel by support vehicle or by your bike. Overnight in Hoi An.

Cycling distance: 60km on back roads


Day 5: Hoi An Free & Easy.

Today you are free to explore Hoian on your own. Goodbye and see you the next time in Indochina.


Countryside Adventures Teamn.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Hue Discovery by bikes (L)

Today is a full day of Hue’s discovery by bikes.
Morning, cycling along the Perfume River to visit one of the local and central markets.
Stopping at one of the local houses to enjoy local coffee and chat with the locals.

Crossing the countless rice paddy fields, you pedal back to Hue to visit the Imperial Citadel, the King Tu Duc’s tomb. Visit the Incense stick & conical hat-making village nearby the tomb. Visit Thien Mu Pagoda located on the hill.
Take a Dragon boat back to the city center. Overnight in Hue.
Cycling distance: 35km


Day 2: Hue – Lang Co Beach (B, L)

Morning ride to Thanh Toan covered bridge on an interesting village road winding through green paddy fields.
Keep cycling and passing the scenic Tam Giang lagoon, stop en route at a village specializing in mushroom growing. This part of our today’s ride is known to offer the most spectacular rural landscape of the central coast of Vietnam.

Our final point today is one of the most beautiful beaches. You’ll check in one of the beachfront resorts to enjoy a beach break and swimming at Lang Co – listed as one World’s most beautiful bays in 2009. Enjoy seafood for refueling your energy. Overnight in Lang Co.

Cycling distance: 75km


Day 3: Lang Co – Lap An Lagoon – Hai Van Pass – Hoi An (B, L)

Start your day by a warming-up around Lap An lagoon – famed as Venice of Vietnam. Ready for the most challenging part of the trip which is a most unforgettable moment by climbing uphill the Pass of Clouds (Hai Van Pass). At the top of the pass, stop for a panoramic view over Danang far below. This is one of the rarest sites where you can see vestiges of the most significant contemporary eras of Vietnamese history, vestiges of a fortification built by the Nguyen dynasty, military bunkers left from the war with the French, and bunkers from the Vietnam War. From this height, enjoy thrilling views of the surrounding sea and mountains. Now you face the challenge of the downhill ride. On arriving at the foot of the pass, shuttle to Hoi An for a walking tour in the peaceful town. Overnight in Hoi An.

Cycling distance: 75km on back roads and coastal roads.


Day 4: Cycling to My Son (B, L)

After breakfast, hop on your support vehicle for a short drive out of the town and cycle west along the quiet road to My Son world heritage site. My Son Sanctuary is a large complex of religious monuments comprised of more than 70 architectural works built by the nobility of the Champa kingdom deriving their cultural and spiritual influences from Indian Hinduism. Only 25 vestiges remain today as a standing witness to the reign of the Champa Dynasty
Afternoon, cycle to visit the lantern town including the Japanese Covered Bridge, Chinese Old house, Historical museum; and keep riding to the beach for swimming. Return to your hotel by support vehicle or by your bike. Overnight in Hoi An.

Cycling distance: 60km on back roads


Day 5: Hoi An Free & Easy.

Today you are free to explore Hoian on your own. Goodbye and see you the next time in Indochina.


Countryside Adventures Teamn.

Inclusive of:

Support air-con Van/Bus(carry bikes, bikers)
Truck(s) for carrying bikes for group
English speaking cycling guide(s)
Entrance fees for sightseeing
Pick up & drop off at your hotel
Meals as mentioned (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
Bike/Helmet/Tool kit/First aid kit/Mechanic
Water, snacks, cold towers, soft drinks, and fresh fruits
Accommodation in the tour.


Exclusive of:

Personal expenses and what is not mentioned, Travel insurance, Tips for Guide and Driver.
Accommodation in Hue City.

Departure:  On your request

Package cost as below:

From 02 – 04 : US$ 750 per rider

From 05 -08: US$ 650 per rider.

What Included:

  • Transfer & back-up by private A/C vehicles with some options as bellow:
  • 1 minivan 16 seats for 2 -4 pax with bikes.
  • 1 minivan 16 seats for 4 -8 pax. + 1 minivan/Truck support for bikes and stuff.
  • 1 mini bus 29 seats for group 9 -15 pax plus 01 minivan/Truck support for Bikes and items.
  • Local fruits, snacks and bottled drinking water during the ride.
  •  Simple First Aid Kit.
  • Bike: Trek Mountain bike with helmet
  • 01 local experienced  Cycling Guide plus one mechanic for group size from 8 riders.
  • Accomodation: hotels in 03stars with Twin/Double sharing room.
  • Meals: B=Breakfast,L= Lunch,D=Dinner as mentioned in the itinerary.

What Not:

  • Travel Insurance.
  • Personal espenses.
  • What not mention in what included.