Biking in Vietnam
What cycling route suites you the most?
When you think of biking in Vietnam, what beauties you will expect to see along the adventure? What experience you should consider making your biking in Vietnam the best?
Biking in Vietnam – Biking around Hanoi
Hanoi is a really crowded city. The main transportation of this city is motorbike. The roads are full of motorbikes then it’s not wise to make a cycling in Hanoi. If some are so keen one cycling here, we recommend to do it very early and the great destination is the flower market by the dyke of Red river.
Biking in Vietnam – Biking central Vietnam
Central Vietnam, including Hue and Hoian are the gems for Vietnam tarvel experience, then also the beaitiful places for cycling adventure. The towns are not busy and full of relics and cultural monuments. The villages are so close with rice farm and athentic farmer life. And the daily life there are so colorful that we need time to stop and picture more than cycling.
Biking in Vietnam – Biking in Highland Vietnam
Highland Vietnam is a land of myths where local hill tribes well preserve their distinctive culture. Their house structures, their music that acknowledged by UNESO as World Heritage, their etiquettes are the endless source of exploration for cyclists. The height of 700m – 1600m above sea level might be a great cause for cool temperatures for cycling. This experience od cycling is the very one following Hochiminh Trails. A very different biking in Vietnam awaits you.
Biking in Vietnam – Biking around Saigon
Saigon, like Hanoi, is a busy city with a lot and alot of motorbikes. The streetlife is so beautiful, but cycling around the chaos of motorbikes, and the traffic jams are not really good choices. We have better ideas for recommendation.
Biking in Vietnam – Biking in Mekong
Mekong is an ideal place for immediate cyclist as you will cycle only at flat roads. The small trails are everywhere and often lead yu to endless rice farms, canals, local villages and the amazing treasures of Mekong like floating markets. The trips can be made one day upto 8 days and international routes are often done with exit to Cambodia via great trails among rice farms. Homestay are often chosen for overnight, but 5 star hotels looking over endless rice farms are also great options.
Your experience of biking in Vietnam can just one or two days at some of your most favorite places listed above. Else, you can combine many and tailor a long trip from North to South or vice versa. In between the cities, we can cycle at villages along your main route (national highway or Hochiminh Trails) as much as possible to avoid the issue of the crowded highways. Our buses and trucks for carrying bikes are always around so cycling is never too much out of our plan.
So, where will you choose to do your biking in Vietnam?