Hanoi Cycle To Hue – 6 Days

This is a fantastic way to see northern to central of Vietnam – you require a reasonable level of fitness, however the roads are mostly flat and easy to ride. By taking to the roads and cycling from the capital Hanoi to the former Imperial capital of Hue, you will see life as it truly. Our fleet of modern bikes ensures you get the most out of the trip in terms of comfort and enjoyment. Hanoi Cycle To Hue…

Day 1 : Hanoi-Mai Chau (  L , D )
Pick up at your hotel at 7:30 Am .Transfer out of Hanoi city to Luong Son – picturesque landscapes. Stop to  cycle to Mai chau village via Kim Boi hot spring  and Bai Chao villages .Lunch at local restaurant.cycling to Cao Phong and Man Duc villages . Arrive Mai Chau  villages and overnight in the home stay of  white Thai ethnic.


Accommodation : Home – Stay

Meals :  Break , Lunch , Dinner

Cycling distance  : 70 Km


Day 2 : Mai Chau – Cam Thuy ( B , L , D )

Breakfast in Thai village house before setting off along a spectacularly beautiful river valley towards Hoi Xuan along an undulating tarmac road. The road follows the flow of River Song Ma. This is an old supply route of the HCM Trail that fed the main trail with ammunitions during the American War with Vietnam.. just passing scenes of local village life and rice paddies. ( If time permit we will visit spirit fish  stream in Cam Thuy – Thanh hoa province ) .Dinner at the hotel .


Accommodation : Thanh Nhan hotel

Meals : Breakfast ,  Break , Lunch , Dinner

Cycling distance  : 80 Km

Day 3: Cam Thuy -Ngoc Lac – Thai Hoa ( B , L , D )
An early morning start to beat the heat of the day. The route takes us away from the river and appears to contour through the same range of mountains that stretch from Cam Thuy to Thai Hoa on Ho Chi Minh trails . The road gets more beautiful the closer you ride to Ngoc Lac with looming karst limestone cliffs and lush vegetation. The route is tarmac all the way, but quite hard riding due to the undulating terrain. We ride for the first time on the newly built two lane Ho Chi Minh Highway. It hardly warrants two lanes as there is no traffic! The road makes for smooth fast riding, and for those who prefer there is always the old highway dirt and gravel – that weaves around the new highway allowing for plenty of exploring possibilities along the way.  Ride to Muc Son, on the banks of River Song Chu. On the outskirts of this small town are the famous Kan Linh historical relics – a pagoda where the first king of the Ly dynasty, Le Thai To, ruled, in 1428. Continue riding on the trail to Yen Cat. The distance covered today is quite long and there will be the chance to transfer some sections by the back-up vehicle to rest weary legs.There are fewer villages today as the route cuts through forests and jungle. Picnic lunch en route. Overnight Thai Hoa guesthouse. 80+ km.


Accommodation : Giao Te Hotel

Meals : Breakfast ,  Break , Lunch , Dinner

Cycling distance  : 80 Km

Day 4: Thai Hoa – Nghe An ( B , L , D )
Continue riding the incredible Ho Chi Minh Trail. Have lunch in Lat town. In Kim Lean visit the famous museum and birthplace of Ho Chi Minh in 1890. This province has a reputation for producing charismatic revolutionary leaders; not only Ho Chi Minh but also Phan Boi Chau – another fervent anti colonialist -was born here. Overnight in Nghe An Town. 100 km.


Accommodation : Bac Kinh  Hotel

Meals : Breakfast ,  Break , Lunch , Dinner

Cycling distance  : 70 Km

Day 5 : Nghe An –  Phong Nha National Park ( B , L , D )
From Nghe An to Huong Khe the mountains rise and the road winds up, down and along the hillsides. The scenery is spectacular, the road tranquil. Ride up to 80km then transfer the last few km to Phong Nha National Park. The park contains one of the most spectacular caves in Vietnam, It is a true speleological wonder. Visit the cave by boat then wander through the cavern, past the foundations of ancient Cham ruins. Pause to admire the incredible formation of stalactites and stalagmites. Formed approximately 250 million years ago Phong Nha was used as a hospital and ammunition depot during the war, the entrance still showing evidence of fighter aircraft attacks. There are community projects underway with Flora and Fauna International and it may be possible to visit village initiatives and learn more about the forests of the National Park. Overnight at the National Park. 70 km.


Accommodation :  Heritage  Phong Nha Hotel

Meals : Breakfast ,  Break , Lunch , Dinner

Cycling distance  : 70 Km

Day 6 : Phong Nha National Park-Hue ( B , L )
Explore Phong Nha Cave in the early morning. Continue riding on the Ho Chi Minh Trail across the DMZ  (better known as the 17th Parallel,) to Cam Lo. The road is now quite flat and makes for good cruising! Stop en route to visit Truong Son Cemetary, a memorial to the tens of thousands of North Vietnamese soldiers who were killed in the Truong Son Mountains along the Ho Chi Minh Trail.  Fourteen miles further on is the town of Cam Lo – the Trail here intersects a strategic feeder road (H9) from Dong Ha and at this junction part of  the Ho Chi Minh Trail heads across country into Laos. We finish our exploration of the Ho Chi Minh trail here. This is where we end the cycling section of the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Transfer to Hue visiting war relics en route. Overnight Hotel in Hue.Say good bye your team . End The Tour


Accommodation : Hue DMZ Hotel

Meals : Breakfast ,  Break , Lunch.

Cycling distance  : 70 Km

For Solo traveler   = 1.365 usd

From 2 to 6 riders = 1.015 usd / pax

from 7 to 12 riders  = 945 usd / pax

Single room surcharged = 115 usd / pax

Price Included  :

  • Accommodation on a twin sharing
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary (B = Breakfast), (L  = :Lunch ) (= Dinner )
  • Mountain bicycle & helmet
  • Support all transfers and transport.( Van or Bus )
  • Services of an English speaking tour leader throughout
  • Sightseeing excursions as outlined in itinerary
  • Reasonable supply of bottled water in ice box on vehicle
  • Entrance fees at monuments and parks where applicable,sightseeing fees.

Price Not Included  :

  • Expenses of a personal nature such as table drinks, laundry, telephone calls, Internet charges, mineral water, tips, shopping.
  • Any other meals or services not mentioned in the itinerary or ‘includes’ list.
  • Accommodation in Hanoi and Hue after day 6 .
  • Any airport taxes ,Any  airfares
  • Any subsequent increase in airfares, fuel costs
  • Travel Insurance
  • Visa Fees
  • Any Christmas, New Year and Gala Dinners

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