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Tour type: Daily Tour
Duration: 8 days
Maximum number of people: 1
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The 8 day cycling journey begins from Dong Hoi and then explore along the Ho Chi Minh trail - one of the most renowned legends of the American War, taking in Truong Son cemetery, Cam Lo, Khe Sanh combat base, and Aluoi before arriving in Hue - the capital of the Nguyen Dynasty. It's also perched on the Perfume River and is backed by glorious hills. The trip concludes in Hoi An, a charming ancient town in central Vietnam.

Tour's Program

Take flight from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City to Dong Hoi. Upon arrival at the airport in Dong Hoi, you will be picked up by the guide and transfer to reach Hochiminh trail to start the riding.
Overnight at hotel in Phong Nha

Distance and journey time:
Transfer from Donghoi airport to riding point: 1 hour
Cycling distance up to: 30 – 50km – the distance is varied based on the time of arrival.
Difficulty: Easy
After an early morning exploration of Paradise Cave, we’ll transfer for about 1.5 hours and then continue riding on the Ho Chi Minh Trail, across the DMZ (also known as the 17th Parallel) to Cam Lo. The road is now quite flat and we make good time. Stop en route to visit Truong Son cemetery, a memorial to the tens of thousands of North Vietnamese soldiers who were killed in the Truong Son Mountains along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. It’s just 14 kilometres further to the town of Cam Lo and here the trail heads across the border into Laos. We transfer to Khe Sanh, the site of a former US marine base and the infamous 1968 battle, near the Laos border to overnight. Overnight at hotel in Khe Sanh

Distance and journey time:
Transfer:1.5 hours
Cycling distance up to: 80km
Difficulty: Medium
We’ll start the morning with a visit to the Khe Sanh combat base where relics of the war are exhibited and see the airstrip, where to this day nothing will grow. We ride through spectacular scenery, mainly downhill, from the Laos border to Dakrong River. We cross the bridge and ride along the river and what was considered the southern part of the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Again enjoy a traffic-free road, the terrain undulates and is a nice contrast to the flat plains of the previous day’s ride. Overnight at hotel in A Luoi

Distance and journey time:
Cycling distance up to: 65km
Difficulty: Medium
Due to the bad roads south of A Luoi, it is time to end the journey down the trail and to cut across the country to Hue, Vietnam’s Imperial City, recently designated an UNESCO World Heritage Site. We ride through the middle of Vietnam for 60 km on back roads before hitting Highway 1 just a few kilometres south of Hue. We transfer or ride into town.
Overnight at hotel in Hue

Distance and journey time:
Cycling distance up to: 70km
Difficulty: Medium
After breakfast, you'll enjoy a relatively easy cycle on the back roads of Hue through lush countryside on a mix of footpaths and quiet country lanes. Start of our day with a visit to the Imperial Citadel, ride the backstreets, along the banks of the Perfume River to Thien Mu Pagoda, the official symbol of the city. We continue to the Ming Mang mausoleum and Khai Dinh mausoleum. Afternoon is free to explore Hue. Overnight at hotel in Hue

Distance and journey time:
Cycling distance up to:30km
Difficulty: Easy
In the morning, we cycle an 11km uphill to the Hai Van Pass with amazing views over the bay. The main road tunnels through the mountain so we’ll have little traffic on this old road up and over. We’ll lunch at Lang Co beach with time to swim and enjoy white sands and emerald waters before we coast down to Danang and then transfer the 35 km to Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage site. In the evening explore the lanes of this ancient town. Overnight at hotel in Hoi an
Distance and journey time:
Transfer:1 hour
Cycling distance up to: 100km
Difficulty: Hard
Today is an easy day ride to visit My Son, the ancient centre of Cham civilization. We transfer out of town to avoid the highway before cycling along scenic country back roads past paddy fields and through eucalyptus forest passing many scenic villages. Although many of the temples were destroyed by American bombs, there is still enough of the archaeological site to impress most visitors. We take lunch before spending the afternoon visiting the site. In the afternoon we transfer by bus back to Hoi An, where you can wander around and soak up the atmosphere of this quaint town. Overnight at hotel in Hoi an

Distance and journey time:
Transfer:1 hour
Cycling distance up to: 54km
Difficulty: Easy
At leisure until your flight back to Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City.
Private tours with Adventure Certified English Speaking Guide.
Accommodation as mentioned
A/C transport throughout the tours
Entrance fee to any applicable tourist sites
Meals as indicated
Bike, helmet, 1 biking water bottle per person.
Snacks and local fruits.
1 assistant guide for 11-15 cyclist, 2 assistant guides for 16+ cyclists.
1 first aid kit per guide.
Each guide will have a full set of travel bike tools.
Main support vehicle will have spare parts.
Visa arrangement
International flight ticket
Visa stamps upon arrival
Other meals not mentioned
Tips & personal expenses
Other not stated above
Travel insurance


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