Cycling Ninh Binh

Summary

Itinerary

Experience the real local life of Vietnam on a cycle route 100km outside of Hanoi. Start your journey in Ninh Ninh toward How Lu and on to Tam Co passing rice paddies and rural villages. Stay over in a national park guesthouse and then on day 2 cycle further up into the jungle.

What's Included

Transfer,

Guide,

Entrance fee,

Lunch,

Dinner,

Park guest house,

Bicycle & helmet hire.

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ActivityReviews

  1. Ben

    Tuesday 18th December, 2018
    We had a great couple of days. Lots of different activities and the homestay is a very nice experience in a beautiful area. A special thanks to our tourguide Loi Cao, who did everything to make it as special as possible. Great service and tour!! Thank you again!

  2. Alexandra

    Friday 30th November, 2018
    It was the best decision we could have made for our vacation. In fact, when our tour was almost ending, we booked another tour with these till the end our trip. This was our first holiday outside of Europe and it ended up being a holiday we will always remember. I do believe that to be thanks to our amazing guide, Mr. Long, and skilled driver, Mr. Thanh. Every step of the itinerary was well thought and nothing was left to chance. Over the course of our trip, Mr. Long adapted the itinerary as he got to know our preferences. We ended up hiking in remote villages, biking through the jungle and exploring nature with no tourist in sight. Our wonderful driver kept us safe as we drove both on narrow roads through remote mountains and crowded city streets as well. We felt immersed in the local culture thanks to Mr. Long who always took the time to explain and show us the villagers's way of life. One special request that our group had was vegetarian food. We were a bit concerned about how that might turn out, but it was absolutely no issue for Mr. Long, who always made sure our food was adapted but still close to the local traditions. The food that we had on our tour was the best one we tried in Vietnam. We had sampled several restaurants in Hanoi, but none came close to the local food in the mountains. As far as the accommodation is concerned, we stayed at both remote homestays but also fancier hotels. I loved the choice of the home stays and the fact that we had to go trekking between rice paddies and small villages in order to reach them. 5 stars is not enough to express how satisfied we are with our trip. At the end of our second trip it felt like we were leaving behind family.