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Unlike many other oversea tours operators, we include the high-end mountain bike and cross-bike including in tours price . You don’t need to bring your own or pay extra to hire one locally. We also provide a support vehicle, spare parts and take care of day to day bike maintenance. All you need bring is your own helmet if you want to fit with you.

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cycling-hochiminh-trailsTour de Vietnam Cycling Hanoi to Saigon in 15daysPrice : 2,170 USDThis  road cycling adventures starts in the capital city Hanoi in the north, and ends in Ho Chi Minh City in the far south.  This trip we use road bikes or cross bike , and daily distance ride from 120-140 km. En-route, you will cover more than 1,500kms as you visit the most spellbinding places the country has to offer. Depart 13 Mar 2015 ( guaranteed to run )sign up:   bikingvietnam@mail.com

 

 392031_10150415139478771_1379761323_nBangkok to Hanoi cycling 21days ( new trip)

Amazing cycling holiday!!! This trip is designed to start in Bangkok – Thailand, plan to travel in three of Southeast Asia is most diverse and fascinating countries. Thailand , Cambodia, Vietnam. But in first year opening we just biking in Cambodia and Vietnam .

Depart : by request

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MaiChau wideness mountain bike( 3days )

A 3 day dirt road Mountain Bike trip covering over 160 kilometers of fire road through pine forested hills and rain forested valleys, single track and trails use by local people.

Depart : 10th Oct 2014, 3 space available

Booking >>>  bikingvietnam@mail.com

Best cycling tours in 2013

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Trails of Tonkin Alpes mountain bike
Price=1,200USD , Depart 10th Dec 2014
This extreme10days trip takes you to the very heart of the north Vietnam mountains . You will discover some of the finest mountain bike trails in Vietnam has to offer. Beginning in Hanoi , take overnight train to Lao Cai we will cycle and climb five major passes from 1,500m to 2,000m. See our trip in Adventure cyclist magazinen Alps mountain bike

 Hochiminh highway cycling 6_2011Amazing road cycle   (9days road biking in HoChiMinh trails highway )Riding on quiet roads through traditional villages, this exciting new biking holiday explores the remote and previously inaccessible northern part of the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Other highlights extension tour include the imperial City of Hue and the beach at Hoi An, a perfect place to relax at the end of this great ride.

 

Hochiminh highway cycling 10_2011Cycling Holiday ( 10days)Awesome Vietnam Bike Tour itinerary cycle around central coast of Vietnam .Bicycle down the stunning coastline of southern Vietnam past turquoise bays, white beaches and palm tree-lined rice fields.

Price: 1,220USD/person,  Depart: 5th Oct 2014

 

 Trekking Fansipan

At 3,143 metres Mt Fansipan is Vietnam?s highest mountain. Although only 9 km from Sapa town, it takes at least three days to get to the peak and back. The top is accessible year-round to anybody, so long as they are in good shape. As there are have simple mountain huts on the way, tents and sleeping bags are provided.

 

 

 

North Vietnam beaten track (7 days)The 7-day trek includes 3 days of trekking through the most unique and remote villages of  north eats Vietnam mountain . This trip is especially suitable for those who want to get off the beaten track. 

Price: from 560USD


Kayaking in Halong Bay

After a lesson in the basics of sea kayaking, you’ll explore Ha long Bay – Cat Ba island – Bai Tu Long bay  by sea kayak, visiting spectacular beaches, meeting fishing families in a “floating village,” and discovering secret passages to hidden lagoons and sea caves, some only accessible by kayak. You’ll sleep and dine on a “mother ship”  simple boat with an attentive, friendly crew>>>

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