Discover Central Vietnam from a different perspective. Jump on a bicycle from Hue to Hoi An, discovering the countryside as you ride.

Destination Vietnam
Region Central Vietnam
Departure Location Hotel
Duration 7 Days / 6 Nights

Tour Schedule

Tour Dates Departs Daily


Day 1: Hue (D)

Arrive in Hue where you will be immediately introduced to the Nguyen Dyansty during a tour of the Imperial Citadel, modelled after the Forbidden City in Beijing, China.

Day 2: Hue (Cycle 30km) (B, L, D)

Today explore by boat and bicycle. Cruise on the Perfume River to the seven-storey Thien Mu Pagoda then cycle to Ming Mang and Khai Dinh mausoleums.

Day 3: Hue Countryside (Cycle 50km) (B, L)

This morning cycle a country loop through the countryside to the traditional village of Phuoc Tich.

Day 4: Hue – Lang Co Beach (Cycle 65km) (B, L, D)

Today cycle along the coast south to Lang Co Beach, passing colourful graveyards and fishing villages. The afternoon is free to enjoy the resort and beach.

Day 5: Lang Co Beach – Hoi An (Cycle 55km) (B, L, D)

Ride and tackle a gradual climb to the top of the Hai Van Pass for a panoramic view. Then it’s downhill to Danang, with a stop to visit China Beach before reaching Hoi An.

Day 6: Hoi An – My Son – Hoi An (Cycle 50km) (B, L)

Small village roads will lead you back in time to the ruins of the ancient centre of the Cham civilization built from the 4th to the 14th century.

Day 7: Hoi An (B)

Today visit the wet market and learn about the many different fruits and vegetables used in Vietnamese dishes. Return to your hotel in time for a transfer to Danang Airport where tour arrangements end.

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