Hanoi Cycling To Saigon and Mekong delta is the most spectacular along the beautiful coast and Mekong delta is for cyclists seeking a biking easy, enjoy beach and mixing it up with some trails. Starting in Hanoi, We cycle to the World heritage of Halong Bay , Cat Ba island and ride the amazing Ho Chi Minh mountain trails to Hue , Hoian untill Mui Ne beach. This tour goes to a part of Vietnam where amazed beach s as you ride through sandy road ..
Hanoi Cycling to Tam Dao National Park 2 Days .Here there are three spectacular mountains, Thach Ban, Thien Thi and Mang Chi, all rising through sea clouds and combining to give this area the name Tam Dao. The highest mountain is 1591m. Located in Tam Dao National Park the “Island in the Sky” gives the opportunity to escape from the heat, humidity and noise of the city in a cool comfortable climate. There are two sites for tourists in the park. The first is Tam Dao town which was established in 1907. Tam Dao is nestled in a valley covering only 3 km2. There now remain a stone church, some villas and palaces built by French colonists in the early 20th century built a town here as a holiday resort for officials of the colonial government… The second tourist location is Tay Thien site. It includes Tay Thien Quoc Mau Temple (The “Temple of East Heaven National Mother”) and many pagodas. Along with Thien Vien Truc Lam (“Dhyana Palace in Bamboo Forest”) in Da Lat and Yen Tu, Thien Vien Truc Lam Tay Thien is a center of Vietnamese Buddhism. The national park is host to a highly diverse population of plants and animals and has attracted researchers from all over the world. With its spectacular mountains and waterfalls you will have the opportunity to unwind and breathe the fresh air leaving you relaxed and ready for any coming challenges.
Hanoi Cycle to Ba Be National Park 3 days .Babe national park belongs to Babe district, Bac Kan province, 250 km from Hanoi. It is natural heritage with primitive forest system on the limestone, embracing the green lake. Babe Lake has area of 23.340 ha where about 417 kinds of plants and 300 animals live. Besides cruising on the lake, watching the real wildlife in the forest, visitors can explore the daily of the ethnic minority there.
Vietnam Mountain Cycle To Tribal Trails 23 days
This cycle tour through the most of Vietnam spectacular mountain range is for cyclists seeking a biking challenge, enjoy climbing and mixing it up with some off road trails. Starting in Hanoi to the scenic hill-station of Sapa ,Dong Van , Meo Vac… and ride the amazing mountain trails around Fansipan, Indochina’s highest peak, before riding over a 2 km high mountain pass, the first of many. This tour goes to a part of Vietnam where few foreigners ever venture and you’ll be amazed at the colourful clothing of the many ethnic tribes as you ride through valleys and river gorges to Dien Bien Phu. Here we’ll visit battlefields and learn how Ho Chi Minh defeated the colonial French and then two long days of riding will be rewarded by a stay at the charming Mai Chau before heading to Ha Long bay for cruising , beach relaxing and back to Hanoi.
Cycling Trip Suitability
Tour Grade Guide
We want all of our riders to feel thoroughly satisfied at the end of each day – without feeling too tired by the mileage, the climbing, or the weather, but feeling like they have really biked somewhere. Therefore, we have created from easy to tough to help you choose a bike tour well-suited to your abilities. Our ratings range from easy to tough and are based on a combination of distance, terrain, elevation gain, altitude, remoteness and weather that you will encounter on each bike tour. The main benefit of this grading guide is to provide you with an overall indicator to compare one cycling trip against another.
A Biking Tours Vietnam tour is an expert-led bicycle journey in Vietnam and Indochina country. We strive to make our cycling tours as good as they can possibly be and constantly fine-tune our services and itineraries. On all our tours we maintain a high standard of service and attention to detail. Through meticulous itinerary planning, careful preparation, thorough staff training and attention to our client’s needs, we deliver a comfortable, safe, fun and enriching travel experience.
Myanmar Cycling Guide
I hope you have enjoyed reading our website. By now you may have decided where and when you wish to go and where you wish to stay once you arrive. I hope this section of our website will answer any questions that you may have. As there is a lot of information here we have divided things up into four categories.
This section tells you a little about the country and its people, the landscape and seasons. This is also where you can find out when businesses and embassies are open, and when the holidays fall.
- Public Holidays
- Business Hours
- Safety and Security
Planning Your Trip
This section explains how to find an embassy and apply for a visa, how to get to Myanmar, what money to bring, what to pack and how to get around once you are here.
- Passport and Visa
- Embassies Abroad
- Travel Insurance
- Currency and Exchange
- Ports of Entry
- Electricial sockets
- Packing List
Cambodia Cycling Guide
The Kingdom of Cambodia, formerly Kampuchea, is a Southeast Asian nation that borders Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and the Gulf of Thailand. The capital city is Phnom Penh.
Situated in the southwest of the Indochinese peninsula, Cambodia occupies a total area of 181,035 square kilometers and borders Thailand to the west and northwest, Laos to the northeast, Vietnam to the east, and Gulf of Thailand to the southwest.
Cambodia’s geographic coordinates are 13 00 N, 105 00 E.
Cambodia’s terrain consists mainly of low plains, with mountains to the southwest and north.
Two dominant physical features of Cambodia are the Mekong river, which runs from north to south of the country, and the Tonlé Sap Lake.
Natural resources include oil and gas, timber, gemstones, iron ore, manganese, phosphates, hydropower potential.
Cambodia’s population is approximately 14 million. Ninety per cent of residents are Khmer; the rest are Cham (Khmer Muslim), Chinese, Vietnamese, Indian, Thai, Phnorng, Kuoy, Stieng, Tamil, etc. Population density is 78/ km2.
Like most of Southeast Asia, Cambodia’s climate is hot and warm almost all year round. The climate is dominated by the annual monsoon cycle of rainy and dry seasons. The rainy season lasts from May to October, and the dry season from November to April. December to January are the coolest months, while the hottest period is in April. The average temperature is around 27-28ºC.
The flag of Cambodia symbolizes the country’s slogan: Nation, Religion, King. The two large blue stripes represent royalty and the center red stripe represents the nation. The image of the white temple stands for the nation’s religion.
The romduol, a small yellowish-white flower, is the national flower of the Kingdom of Cambodia. Since ancient times, Cambodian women have often been compared to the Romduol flower because of its attractive fragrance; a unique scent that is prominent in the late afternoon and can travel over long distances with the wind. With its sturdy stems that measure up to 30cm, the Romduol plant can grow to a height of 12 meters. These plants are bein
Laos Cycling Guide
Laos is the least developed and most enigmatic of the three former French Indochinese states. A ruinous sequence of colonial domination, internecine conflict and dogmatic socialism finally brought the country to its knees in the 1970s, and almost ten per cent of the population left. Now, after two decades of isolation from the outside world, this landlocked, sparsely populated country is enjoying peace, stabilising its political and economic structures and admitting foreign visitors – albeit in limited numbers due to a general lack of infrastructure. The lack of foreign influence offers travellers an unparalleled glimpse of traditional South-East Asian life. From the fertile lowlands of the Mekong River valley to the rugged Annamite highlands, travellers who have made it to Laos tend to agree that this country is the highlight of South-East Asia .
Warning Between March and December 2000 there was a series of small bombings and attempted bombings in Vientiane , Savannakhet and Pakse, but since then they seem to have stopped. As of 2001, most areas of the country are considered secure. The western portion of Rte 7 in Xieng Khuang Province , between Muang Phu Khun and Phonsavan, has recently opened to regular bus traffic – ask around in Vientiane or Luang Prabang to make sure the situation is still safe. The Saisombun Special Zone, considered a ‘troubled’ area, is definitely not safe. Taking drugs in foreign countries is always going to be iffy, but it’s especially high-risk in Laos . Penalties for possession of illicit drugs are also very harsh. Reports have begun to filter back of tourists dying from opium overdoses.
Full country name: Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR)
Area: 236,000 sq km (92,040 sq m)
Population: 5.5 million
Capital city: Vientiane (pop 500,000)
People: 50 Lao Loum (lowland Lao), 30 Lao Theung (lower-mountain dwellers of mostly proto-Malay or Mon-Khmer descent), 10-20 Lao Sung (Hmong or Mien high-altitude hill tribes) and 10-20 tribal Thais
Language: Lao and Lao dialects (closely related to Thai), French
Religion: 60 Buddhist, 40 animist and spirit cults
Government: Socialist republic
President: Khamtai Siphandon
Prime Minister: Bounyang Volachit
GDP: US$9.7 billion
GDP per head: US$1700
Major products/industries: Rice, tobacco, coffee, tin mining, timber, and opium Major trading partners: Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan
Vietnam Cycling Guide
We are a Vietnam cycle tours company specializing in soft on-road bicycle tours and challenging off-road cycling in Northern Vietnam mountain bike tours , Mekong Delta , Red River Delta , Cycling through Vietnam and Laos , Cambodia , Myanmar cycling tours and special cross border tours, Vietnam cycle tours.
The travel philosophy Biking Tours Vietnam is based on years of experience in the travel industry in Vietnam and also a firm commitment to offering responsible travelers a safe and genuinely caring approach together with responsible and sustainable ecologically tourism.
Our tourism business background gives us the insight to understand what a visitor to Vietnam would like to see and would find of interest.
Our tour service philosophy is not commission-based or designed to allow you to spend your money. We take you to places because we think people should know about them .
Our tour service philosophy – Vietnam cycle tours
We take tourists to places of interest because they are valid and worthy, not just to commercial outlets because we want them to spend their money and take a commission. Our role is not necessarily to be your entire holiday, but to be part of your cycling holiday and to show you the unusual and uplifting projects and developments designed to promote educational and worthy causes, places which not even residents of the city are aware exist, places which otherwise you would certainly never see.
Our Tour Specialty
Our specialty is bicycle tours or more specifically cycling in Vietnam and biking in
Northern Vietnam. This includes soft on-road mountain bike adventure as well as challenging off-road mountain biking in the mountains of Vietnam . We also have equipment suited to even young children. For either end of the age scale we have designed tours which can be biking at a more leisurely pace so everyone can join in the fun.
All of our adult mountain bikes are fully equipped with Shimano or SRAM technology and front suspension.Your mountain bike guides are skilled bicycle mechanics and all mountain bike maintenance is carried out on tour. We care about our equipment as much as we care about the environment. We know what we are doing and ride for pleasure as much as for business. Great when you are choose Vietnam Cycle Tours.