Vietnam backroads cycling

Minimum age
18 years old

12 days

Tour price


This 14-day Vietnam cycling tour brings you through mountains, hills, coastlines... giving you unique experiences of the local culture and flavors. With thousands of kilometres of quiet beaches and beautiful coastal roads, as well as some of the freshest and most affordable seafood in country. Prepare to have your legs challenged.

Accommodation: 13 nights at comfortable 3*** hotel and beach resort, air tickets, meal as mentioned, purified drinking water, cold towels, fresh fruit, snack. 
Many seafood Lunches at local restaurant
High-end bicycle, helmet
English speaking cycling guide

Group of 7-8 persons: US$ from $1180usd
Group of 4-6 persons: US$ from $1260sd
Group of 3 persons: US$ from $1400usd
Group of 2 persons: US$ from $1560usd
Please contact us to get the best possible price based upon your travel period and specific touring needs.

Great bike: We offer the best quality bicycle in Hoi An - TREK bicycles, our bicycles are lightweight, multi-speeds with front-suspension and available in all sizes to accommodate everyone. A comfortable saddle with a women's specific version is also available, so we make sure you have a safe and comfortable ride with us.

Support minivan: An air conditioned backup support mini bus is always available for supporting on way cycling. This vehicle also serves as our mode of transport when we are not on the bike.

Day 1 :Arrive at Ha Noi
Arrive at any time
Arrive day and welcome meeting. The adventure begins tonight. Feel free to explore before your welcome meeting, but make sure you’re back in time to meet the group. After introductions, your Biking leader will review the details of your tour. Please note that normal check-in times apply at our start hotels, but you can usually store your luggage for the day if you arrive early.

Accommodation : Hanoi 

Day 2 :Cycle around Hanoi countryside
After having breakfast we will check our bike , our riding to day will go through abit Hanoi Traffic while we will learn some basic skills to support you during your riding bike in Viet Nam before getting to the Duong river then our riding almost the countryside and rice field, on our riding this morning you’ll visit pagoga, paper factory, stopping some local spots before heading back to Hotel .
Cycling distance : Appox 30km 
Accommodation : Hanoi 
Meal included : Breakfast  

Day 3 : Hue
Having breakfast before tranfering to Noi Bai airport to take the short flight to Hue .
Later today we cycle to visit the Imperial Citadel, including the Forbidden Purple City. The latter was almost totally destroyed during the Vietnam War's Tet Offensive, but the foliage-covered ruins are still atmospheric and the gaping holes left by bombs give an idea of the destruction wreaked upon the country during the war. The itinerary is flexible and you have ample time for stops along the way to admire the sites. Later, kick back in a cafe or restaurant. Hue’s cuisine is considered by many Vietnamese as the best in the country, and is influenced both by its imperial heritage (small dishes and a focus on aesthetic presentation) as well as its strong Buddhist heritage, reflected in the high proportion of vegetarian restaurants in the region. The bustling Dong Ba Market offers a wealth of goods and foods to see and snack on. It's a good place to try some of the local specialities that graced the Nguyen emperors' banquet tables, such as the ‘banh khoai’, Hue's answer to the pancake.
Cycling distance: Max 35km 
Accommodation: Hotel in Hue
Meal included: Breakfast 

Day 4 : Hue – Lang Co
Departing out of Hue and ride south along the coast past small bays on this first full day on the bikes. Cycle alongside the famous Reunification Express and enjoy a ride that is mostly flat and easy, although there are a couple of short climbs late in day. Spend the night in the beachside town of Lang Co. Relax on the beach, and enjoy a pleasant seaside afternoon.
Cycling distance : Appox 90km 
Accommodation : Lang Co
Meal included : Breakfast  

Day 5 : Lăng Cô  - Hội An 
Begin the morning with a challenging 12km (6.2 mi) uphill ride to the top of Hai Van Pass, the geographic divider of the north and south. Tackle a test of endurance on this scenic pass – the road sits ominously overlooking the ocean and the scenery is great motivation to keep going up the climb. Arrive at the top before a thrilling downhill stretch. Ride through busy Danang and on to the beautiful town of Hoi An. Hoi An was once a major trading port, and now the World Heritage-protected old town is a wonderfully preserved area.
Cycling distance : Appox 70km 
Accommodation : Hoi An
Meal included : Breakfast  

Day 6 : Hoi an 
Freeday to explore Hoi an and enjoy the meca of shopping time .

Day 7: Hoi an  - Tam Ky 
Start the day with a boat trip to cross the Thi Bon River. Continue cycling along a lovely quiet road with the coast on one side, fish farms on the other, and a sparse sandy landscape in the middle. Overnight in Tam Ky, a town that gets few visitors, but is great for getting away from the tourist regions of Vietnam.
Cycling distance : Appox 60 km 
Accommodation : Hoi An
Meal included : Breakfast  

Day 8: Tam Ky – Sa Huynh - Quang Ngai  
Follow the backroads of Vietnam, passing paddy fields and villages to My Lai and the sobering Massacre Monument. Continue by bus to Quang Ngai and unwind by the coast.
Return to the coastal route and travel along mostly paved, coastal roads. Follow a back road that goes to the site of one of the many dark moments of the Vietnam War; arrive at the My Lai Massacre Memorial. The monument stands as a great anti-war statement. Then travel to Quang Ngai, another town well off the tourist route, so expect something of an oddity.
Cycling distance : Appox 76 km 
Accommodation : Sa Huynh
Meal included : Breakfast  

Day 9 : Quang Ngai – Quy Nhon
Cycle small back roads, passing rice fields, villages, sites for salt farming, and a set of beautiful deserted beaches. Enjoy lunch at a small local restaurant before continuing on to Quy Nhon. 
Cycling distance : Appox 110 km 
Accommodation : Quy Nhon
Meal included : Breakfast  

Day 10: Quy Nhon  - Tuy Hoa
Get ready for the longest day of the ride. Time to test those legs! (Don’t worry – the support vehicle will always be on hand for those who want to take a break.) Follow the stunning coastline on undulating roads that sometimes turns into a real climb. The biggest uphill of the day is at 3.5km (2 mi), but it comes early in the day. The cycle route is close to the beach – so if there is time, enjoy a swim in the afternoon.
Cycling distance : Appox 80 km 
Accommodation : Tuy Hoa
Meal included : Breakfast  

Day 11 : Tuy Hoa – Nha Trang 
Cycle the coastal route to Nha Trang. Pass beautiful beaches, friendly villages, and thousands of waving children. Enjoy a last final stretch with a beautiful day of undulating coastline riding. Take in the surrounding mountain scenery, while climbing a couple of hills – the longest being a 3.5km (2 mi) slog. Be rewarded for all the hard work with a visit to the coastal town of Nha Trang. Boasting beautiful beaches, crystal clear water, and lots of fun activities, it is the perfect place for a well-earned rest and a celebration of the end of the cycling component of the trip.
Cycling distance : Appox 58 km 
Accommodation : Nha Trang 
Meal included : Breakfast  

Day 12 : Cruise around islands with seafood lunch and snorkelling.
Having a rest from the bikes today we get the opportunity to really relax and unwind. We will join a boat trip in the morning for a spot of snorkelling and swimming in the turquoise sea before a seafood lunch is served. In the afternoon there is the option to visit a local fishing village, see the Whale temple or walk around the island to the viewpoint for a 360 degree view of the stunning mountainous coastline and the surrounding coves and white sand beaches
Accommodation : Nha Trang 
Meals Included : Breakfast, Lunch

What our guests tell us...

Just a selection of our great Trip Advisor reviews!

" I had the chance to ride with Ky and his team through Vietnam, for 2 weeks, it was amazing. Ky is the best guide you can have to discover the country... avoiding crowded tourists spots but rather seeing the authentic side of Vietnam. Ky knows how to make the most of every day under every conditions! I highly recommend it, nice time, lots of smile and relax atmosphere guaranteed. Enjoy!" 

Linz, Austria    26th Aug 2018

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