Conquer hills and coastal roads
Meet the friendly locals
You're not lost, but exploring a non-touristy place

Highlands & Coast of Vietnam

Duration
7 days
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$1,852 USD

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Vietnam is a land of contrasts, none more obvious than how it perfectly combines beautiful hillside locations with seemingly never-ending beautiful coastline. This epic bike tour allows you to explore both sides, while soaking up its wonderful history, culture and incredible vistas. Throw in traditional sights such as picturesque fishing villages you thought belonged purely on postcards and you have yourself an adventure you’ll never forget.

  • Category
    Culture & History
  • Destination
    Vietnam
  • Duration
    7 days
  • Culture Level
    Adventurous
  • Skill Level
    2 - Novice
  • Activity Level
    2 - Moderate
  • Elevation
    2 - Moderate
  • Terrain
    Agricultural
  • Distance
    255.4 miles
  • Avg. Daily Distance
    46.6 miles
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Vietnam is a country that follows its own beat, with a unique history, spectacular nature and traditions that wow so many visitors. Navigating this country can be done in so many ways, but by bicycle truly is very special on this helter-skelter trip as you take everything in from the mesmerizing highlands to the picturesque fishing villages that are the epitome of so many pictures in this Southeast Asian country.

Swap the bustle of Saigon for the cool mountain air of Dalat early on as you take a local flight. Dalat is a magnificent town with its misty pine forests, gorgeous smelling coffee plantations and pretty flower gardens. It’s easy to see why the French used to flock here as you descend from Dalat to the sea level of Nha Trang.

From there it’s the coastline’s chance to shine as ou pedal alongside the water into picturesque and practically unknown villages such as Tam Quan. Little known they may be but the route is spectacular with looming mountains, gorgeous bays and welcoming villages. It is sure to leave you craving more as you continue snaking up the coast.

Vietnam is renowned for its fascinating yet brutal history and you can observe this on the ride to the My Lai Massacre site – a tragic spot where innocent Vietnamese were killed by US forces in the conflict between the two countries. It is a moving place, but our experienced and local guides will be happy to answer your questions.

Afterwards, head for the picture perfect fishing villages and markets you envisage on postcards. These remote spots are so traditional and it is remarkable to observe the fishermen in action as they snap up the fish and sell them off quickly at the market.

The final destination is Hoi An – a spectacular town that combines all you could possibly want in one place. With a huge Chinese and Japanese influence there is architectural brilliance on every corner, while classic Vietnamese cuisine will keep you salivating. Throw in a beach, a picture perfect river and stunning countryside and you have the perfect place to conclude this adventure of a lifetime.

Peak Season Surcharge
For tours commencing from Dec 18 to Jan 4 there is a peak season surcharge of 10% on the price of this tour due to hotel rate increases at this time of year.  

Tour inclusions and exclusions at a glance:
What's included?Items included in the cost of the tour

This bike ride through Vietnam has all the right ingredients to make it the experience of a lifetime and we want to ensure you enjoy every last second. We try our best to include absolutely everything in the tour, leaving no stone unturned.

  • All meals included
  • Local English speaking cycling leader/guide.
  • Water, snacks and fresh fruit while cycling.
  • Mountain bikes and Helmets.
  • Vehicle support while cycling.
  • Accommodation in clean, comfortable hotels
  • Cycling jersey and drink bottle
What's not included?Items not included in the cost of the tour

Looking at the inclusions list you may think that everything is included in the tour and you wouldn’t be far wrong. However, despite not wishing to exclude anything there are a few items you will need organize prior to arrival for yourself.

  • Country entry visa (if required)
  • International air tickets
  • Travel Insurance
  • Drinks at meals other than water.
  • Tips for local tour crews.