Stunning along the most beautiful coastline & local culture on/with the bicycle:
- Nha Trang is not difficult to imagine how beautiful the sea of Nha Trang is and how attractive it is to domestic and foreigner tourists. In addition to the beautiful beaches, Nha Trang also welcomes visitors with splendid Ponagar Tower and Hotspring, beautiful Ninh Van Bay; The romantic Hon Mun, the comfortable Vinpearland, the Van Phong Bay, the most beautiful bay in the world, or the shimmering Oceanographic Institute. Besides, you can also register to participate in activities of diving to see corals, along with a variety of sea activities such as snorkeling, surfing, windsurfing, kayaking ... Delicious you should try here in addition to seafood also has jellyfish noodles, soup cake.
- Cua Dai in Hoian: Located next to one of the world's cultural heritages and its pristine beauty, Cua Dai is one of the most crowded beaches in Vietnam. However, not all tourists come to Cua Dai to dive in the cool water, but many tourists come to this beach as a habit when coming to Hoi An, or sitting on the shore watching the waves bring. to give them more emotions than that. Cua Dai specialties are not many but most visitors are satisfied with the delicious food in the old town such as high floor, chicken rice, tofu ...
- My Khe: Coming to My Khe, the beach was voted the sexiest Forbes magazine in the world in 2006, meaning that you will have the opportunity to visit, relax and shop in one of the cities. Travel is the most favorite in Vietnam today. In parallel with this, you also have the opportunity to explore and conquer a series of beautiful landscapes of the land with rivers, mountains and the sea. These are landscapes such as Son Tra Peninsula, Marble Mountains, Ba Na, Hai Van Pass, Nam O Reef ... and other traditional craft villages such as Cam Ne mat village, Tuy Loan ancient village. The delicacies that should not be missed in Da Nang are seafood, fish roe salad, My Khe cake, Tuy Loan noodles, pork with two heads, Quang noodles ..
Day 1: Hue Cycling.
In this morning, you will be biked along the legend Perfume River to Ha Khe Hill for a sight visting Thien Mu Pagoda, then rolling down on backroads to the Nguyễn Dynasty Tombs as Tu Duc and Incense village, and continue padelling to the modernest Khai Dinh Tomb with a short stops at the esplanade architecture and observe hill before end of our service around 17h.
Day 2: Hue - Hoian.
Enjoy a short transfer to coastal roads Vietnam and starting your first day of cycling is off the beaten track along a picturesque lane shaded by coconut palms running alongside the peninsula from Thuan An beach to Phuoc Tuong Pass. This cycling enable you pause on the way to explore some of the hundreds of ancestral tombs scattered across the high sand dunes. Stop for lunch at Lang Co beach before you have one of the biggest challenges of rolling hills 12 km to peak of Hai Van. The Hai van pass is a real challenge for you. Then going down 12 km to Danang city before a transfer to HoiAn.
Day 3: Hoian Cycling & Boating.
In the morning: You will enjoy an Ancient Hoian walking tour around this enchanting port town. Follow the narrow lanes lined with centuries-old houses influenced by Chinese, Japanese, French and European architectures and visit its numerous places of interest: the 400-year old Japanese Covered Bridge, the Phuc Kien Assembly Halls, the local fish market … Around the town we can see a numerous art galleries and tailor shops, get some made-to-order clothes if you like.
In the afternoon: Cycle to Tra Que village. Join the farmers in farming, sowing, watering, picking vegetables and many other gardening activities. Next up, Hoi An boat tour! Follow your guide to the banks of the Thu Bon River to take to the waterways and discover even more of the area. Cruise the river, watch as the sun sets over the river, with bobbing local fishing boats adding to the atmosphere.
Day 4: Hoian Free & Easy.
In this free-day, you will be advised for any best activities along the Thu Bon River, relax around the center of the Ancient Town combine with shopping, and boating to Cam Kim or Kim Bong Carpentry Village.
Day 5: Hoian - Quang Ngai.
Take a leisured cycling on paths from HoiAn through Thanh Ha, Dien Ban onto My Son site of Champa ruins. Share the paths with kids cycling to school, walk some morning local markets along our biking route and experience ancient architecture of My Son and its history. Lunch is at a local restaurant in Cau Mong. Afternoon, transfer by support van to Chu Lai and continue our last biking mileage to visit the My Lai massacre village. Then, ride to hotel for check in and the remainder of the day is at leisure.
Day 6: Quang Ngai - Qui Nhon.
Spectacularly cycling distance along the beautiful coastline with swimming, making picture if any group's case in the sunset on the beaches or lagoon Thi Nai in Qui Nhon, You today pedal on many mountainous sides which are unique biking loops and beautiful landscape blends along with local activities and their daily works such as salt making hamlet, sea-fish farms, rice paddy fields. Many gentle hills tailor your hard day but very nice & fun. Overnight at SeaGull Hotel.
Day 7: Qui Nhon - Nha Trang.
Cycling to Nha Trang is the various picturesque countryside roads at out of Qui Nhon City, you will cycle on the longest wooden bridge in Vietnam to Ganh Da Dia which is a special featured karst attraction & through verdant seaside. You will have the best opportunity to conquer the numerous rock & roll over the historic site & Vung Ro Bay. Lunch will be served on the local beach's restaurant and siesta.
In the afternoon, you continue stunning along the single paths to the closest Tuy Hoa City with 1,5 hours transfer to Nha Trang Beach City, End of our service.
|Total Cycling Distance||350 km|
|Avg Distance/Day||50 km|
|Avg Climbing/Day||N/A m|
|flag||Tour Ends||Nha Trang|
|flight_land||Fly In To||HUI Airport|
|flight_takeoff||Fly Out Of||SGN Airport|
|group||Group Size||2-10 Riders|
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01 November, 2019
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