Without a second thought cycling in Vietnam is the most convenient way to discover a nation where hospitality comes as a second nature. Eco-retreat, our each and every itinerary is meant to offer you a true insight into the real side of Vietnam.
The routes are vital for a successful Vietnam cycling holiday. We are the real Vietnamese; hence know Vietnam better than anyone else. We know which routes are safe and which are dangerous and guides our clients accordingly. We ride point-to-point and ensure you don’t get caught in heavy traffic. With all our expertise and experience we try to make your Vietnam cycling tour an enjoyable experience altogether. The best part of our cycling tour is it offers opportunities to intermingle with the locals and know more about their culture in a way that would not otherwise feasible.
All our tour programs are designed specially to put travelers to ride in gorgeous nature sites in close to simple yet interesting local life. With our vast knowledge, experienced staff and tour guides we’re certain to arrange a real Vietnam adventure cycling trip to discovery Hanoi, Vietnam. We want you to enjoy the most fantastic side of Vietnam with us so that you return home happy
- Cycling on the banks of the Red River to discover Hanoi City
- Visit a broom making village as we head towards Co Loa, an ancient spiral-shaped citadel
- Riding around the citadel and a stop at An Duong Vuong King Temple
- Ride along the water’s edge to Tay Ho temple, and learn the legend of the golden buffalo calf
- All water and snacks whilst riding.
- Vietnamese English speaking guide
- All meals mentioned
- International Flights
- Departure Tax
- Visa Fees
- Alcoholic, and other beverages in the evenings
- Tips for guides.
- Personal travel insurance
- Any services not mentioned in itinerary
Minimum 30% Deposit to confirm the Voucher
Pre Full Paid before Departure
CHILD & FREE OF CHARGE POLICY:
- Child below 12 yrs old 20% discount
- Infant below 2 years old sharing same room with parents is free of charge.
- Child below 12 yrs old sharing same room with 1 ADL is charged for 90%.
- Child below 12 yrs old with extra bed and sharing the same room with parents is charged for 65%.
- Child below 12 yrs old No extra bed & sharing same room with parents is charged for 55%
We will pick up you from your hotel
We will let you know in booking confirmation
Tour Detail Itinerary
Cycling on the banks of the Red River on a quiet dike road we’ll pass through flower and vegetable gardens, village lanes and alongside lotus lakes to give you a whole new view of Vietnam’s capital city. We’ll meander around West Lake and stop at one of the most revered Buddhist pagodas in Vietnam. You’ll be surprised at how little traffic we’ll encounter as you explore a side of Hanoi that’s well off the beaten path.
What will we see? We depart from the Pan Pacific Hotel at 8:30 am and head down hidden back alleys to see where the real Hanoi lives. After winding our way through we leave the concrete of the city behind to open farmland along the banks of the Hoang Giang River. We visit a broom making village as we head towards Co Loa, an ancient spiral-shaped citadel that dates back to the third century BC.
After riding around the citadel and a stop at An Duong Vuong King Temple we’ll have a break for a local lunch. We next cycle on top of the dike along the Red River, named for the reddish-brown heavily silt-laden water, where we will see where two great rivers meet. Here we board a small ferry to cross the Duong River as we pedal to the north side of West Lake, the largest of many lakes in the city. We ride along the water’s edge to one of the most important places of worship in Hanoi, Tay Ho temple, and learn the legend of the golden buffalo calf. We’ll pedal on through quiet back streets, admiring the colonial architecture, before returning to the Pan Pacific hotel around 4 pm. To make sure we don’t miss an important cultural event, this itinerary may be adjusted if there is a festival or other special activity nearby.
What is the riding like? We ride approximately 42 km on good quality flat tarmac roads. There’ll be plenty of opportunities for taking photos and just taking in the wonderful scenery.
Anything else? Lunch is typical Vietnamese cuisine served at a local riverside restaurant.
Of course, water, soft drinks, snacks, and lunch are included in the tour and SpiceRoads supplies a TREK mountain bike and helmet.
- Customize Tour
- Private Group
- City breaks
- Private Couple
- Group of Friends
- Family with Children
- Old Persons over 50s
- Teenager Activities
- Executive Retreats
- Women Only
- For Everyone
Means of Transportation
- Private Car
- Group Tour Guider