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Experience The Real Vietnam

HUE CITADEL -NHA TRANG CITY BY BIKE – 05 DAYS

Highlight:

Cycling along the coastline from Hue citadel and ends in Nha Trang beach city would be a great choice for those who’s want to challenge themsellves to explore Vietnam.
Riding through coastal villages to experience daily life of fishing villagers.
Conquer yourself with some passes on the heritage roads from Hue to Hoi An and Nha Trang.

Explore the historical site of Hue Citadel and the Ancient town of Hoi An.

Highlight:

Riding through coastal villages to experience daily life of fishing villagers.

Conquer yourself with some passes on the heritage roads from Hue to Hoi An.

Visiting to the My Lai massacre to understand about the Vietnam war.

Relax and enjoy beautiful Qui Nhon and Nha Trang beaches.


Itinerary:

Day 1: Hue – Hoi An 80km cycling (L, D)

Morning, start riding from your hotel to Hue conutryside.

Keep your leg to Vinh Hien fishing village and along the coastline. Local ferry crossing the river mouth and cycling from there to Lang Co beach for lunch break.

Afternoon, conquer yourself by riding up to the Hai van pass and decending to Dananang city. Transfer from Da nang through busy roads to Hoian.

In the evening, we’ll check into the hotel in Hoi An, enjoy dinner, and settle down for the night.

Cycling distance: 80KM

Road condition: Countryside roads,coastal line,Passes,Hilly,Asphalt.


Day 2: Hoi An countryside, cycling 45km (B, L)

Morning, breakfast at the hotel, then we’ll take to the bikes for a ride around the city and into the villages of the surrounding countryside.

We’ll cycle to Thuan Tinh, Cam Thanh villages, set among rice fields and water coconut palm . The rest of the afternoon is yours to relax at the beach.  Overnight in Hoian.

Cycling distance: 45KM

Road condition: Countryside roads,coastal line.


Day 3: Hoi An – Quang Ngai – Qui Nhon 50km cycling (B, L)

We’ll depart from Hoi An early in the morning and transfer to Sa Huynh Beach where we’ll unload the bikes for  riding to Qui Nhon, the capital city of Binh Dinh Province. During the Vietnam War, Qui Nhon was a US-held port, supply center, and refuge for thousands fleeing heavy bombing in the countryside. Overnight in Qui Nhon City.

Cycling distance: 50KM

Road condition: Countryside roads,coastal line.


Day 4: Qui Nhon – Nha Trang, cycling 95km (B, L)

Today, we will take a unique little road that follows the Reunification Express Railway. This is nice as we will ride passing several villages on the way.

Lunch break will be at Dai Lanh beach, we will have some time for relaxing at the beach before transfer to Nha Trang. Overnight in Nha Trang.

Cycling distance: 95KM

Road condition: Countryside roads,coastal line,Passes,Hilly,Asphalt.


Day 5: Nha Trang boat trip, snokeling or scuba diving(B, L)

Morning, Take a private boat trip to some of the most beautiful islands.

First stop at Fishing island for our walk through the island to understand about villigers.

Then we gat back to the boat for more crusing to Mun island where we will dock for snokerling and swmiming.

Lunch at one of the floating villages. Back to your hotel in the afternoon.ends of five days trip with Countryside Adventures.

Your can extend your trip to Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh city.


Departure: everyday.

Package Cost for group size as below:

From 02 – 04: US$ 850 per rider

From 05 – 10: US$ 750 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=Diinner as mentioned in the Itinerary.

What Not:

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