Vietnam By Bike

Biking Grade Guide
- A(Gentle) : Easy - Flat paved roads, some rolling hills
- B(Moderate) : Medium - Paved or dirt roads, rolling hills with between 2-4 "out of breath" climbs at some point in the itinerary.
- C(Active) : Difficult - The above with a few more "out of breath" climbs of greater distances and unpredictable road surfaces.
- D(Tough) : Challenging - Should only be undertaken by avid riders or athletic types due to altitude, climbs, and/or distance.
- E(Ironman!) : BreathTaking : This is really for strong,fitness and very "technical" riders!

Factors affecting grading include: degree of up/down, difficulty of the surfaces to be ridden, amount of bike handling skill required, distances covered and other factors such as heat, altitude or remoteness. All our trips require basic fitness, preferably acquired through riding your bike, and please remember that any cycling involves some physical exertion, so you cannot expect that you will not feel tired on an "easy" trip.

PLEASE NOTE: Conditions for a particular tours may vary from one season to season , person to person. The main benefit of grading is to provide an overall indicator to compare one trip against another.  

  • Motorbiking to Maichau and onto Ninh Binh

    Motorbiking to Maichau and onto Ninh Binh 04 Days / 03 Nights

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    An unforgettable Vietnam adventure travel through villages, paddy fields, mountains and valleys of Hoa Binh (Mai Chau) and onto Ninh Binh (Cuc Phuong National Park, Tam Coc). All is off the beaten track drive and includes some trek in the National Park.

  • Indochina By Bike

    Indochina By Bike 10 Days / 09 Nights

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    This challenge entails cycling 500kms past plantations, across waterways and through villages deep in the heart of the lush Mekong Delta in Vietnam, to the dry lands and contrasting sights of ancient Cambodia

  • Vietnam Bike Tour 15 Days

    Vietnam Bike Tour 15 Days 15 Days / 14 Nights

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    Leave after breakfast by bus and bike for Phan Thiet breaking the 250km journey at Phan Rang to visit the spectacular Po Klong Garai Cham Temple. The landscape between Phan Rang and Phan Thiet changes to an arid semi-desert with sandy soil and prickly pear cactus. At Phan Thiet turn off to the Mui Ne Peninsula with its sandy white beaches and swaying coconut palms