Discover the verdant landscape in North Vietnam
Enjoy the peaceful and unspoilt settings
Experience Vietnam for all the family

North Vietnam Cycle

5 days
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$637 USD

During this 5 day tour, you will cycle on quiet roads through stunning scenery and traditional villages. Perfect for the active adventurer, this trip will have you biking through the best of northern Vietnam, passing the limestone karsts of the Mai Chau area and cycling through small villages for an authentic taste of Vietnam. You will overnight at a local Thai minority family’s homestay and learn more about their rural way of life. The highlight of the tour will be riding to remote villages in Pu Luong and arriving at Cuc Phuong National Park. There will also be an unforgettable visit to Trang An, more commonly known as the Ha Long Bay of the land.

  • Category
  • Type
    Fully Guided
  • Duration
    5 days
  • Culture Level
  • Skill Level
    3 - Intermediate
  • Activity Level
    3 - Active
  • Elevation
    3 - Intermediate
  • Terrain
  • Distance
    237.4 miles
  • Avg. Daily Distance
    39.8 miles
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Feel the real Vietnam, on two wheels

Mish T
(Review obtained from Trip Advisor)

We booked a 6 day mountain bike trip [tour now amended to a 5 day trip] in North Vietnam with Marcopolo Travel - fully supported, with bikes, guide, back-up van, meals, drinks and accommodation all provided. It was great and good value for such a memorable experience. Our guide, Hil, spoke good English, was knowledgeable and helpful, and ensured our small group was fully prepared for each new challenge - and always stayed safe. The bikes were reasonably high spec alloy frame Giants, with hydraulic brakes. The route was challenging, with some big climbs - up to 2,000m a day, and up to 75km. But it was well planned, so while we are normally road-bikers, not mountain-bikers, and in our 50s... we still made it! The off-road sections allowed us to traverse some truly stunning scenery with mountains, forests and paddy fields well off the beaten track. Most of the on-road sections took quiet rural back-routes that enabled us to get a real feel for the real Vietnam. And people everywhere were friendly and welcoming. The exclusively Vietnamese food was plentiful, along with regular snack and fluid stops. It was hot throughout. We overnighted in a mix of home stays in little villages, a National Park lodge and two star hotels. We have only one quibble with the otherwise highly professional trip. The chain sets on all the bikes were worn and needed replacing and some of the brakes needed a little tightening. That said, Hil was always there with spanner, Allen key etc to tweak the bikes. This trip is not for novices... But if you enjoy your cycling, you'll love it.