Vietnam Cycling Tours

Welcome to Vietnam cycling tours by VietnamDiscovery!

With unforgettable scenery, vibrant cities, mouth watering food, Vietnam is a country that does not disappoint. One of the best and responsible ways to discover Vietnam on your own is cycling. There is no better way to get closer to people in the rural area or to take in the extraordinary sights, smell and sounds of Vietnam and beyond. Beautiful views almost every bend make Vietnam one of the most rewarding biking destinations in Southeast Asia. 

Pedal down the hidden alleyways of Vietnam’s cities gives you new insights and positive feelings about yourself and Vietnam as well. Our Vietnam cycling tours offer many chances to visit off-the-beaten-track destinations, which will give you a closer look at Vietnamese culture and natural beauties. Sampling authentic Vietnamese food is one of highlights of these tours, providing energy for the riders which vary in cycling distance and level. No matter your level of cycling expertise, we have the cycling tour customized for you, from city streets to mountain roads.

Vietnam Bike Tours offers tours and activities for these attractions:

Bat Trang Village, Cu Chi tunnels, Lan Ha Bay, Cat Ba island, Van Long Nature Reserve Area, Ba Be National Park

Vietnam Bike Tours offer tours and activities in these cities:

Hanoi, Hoi An, Ninh Binh, Danang, Ho Chi Minh City, Mekong Delta, Ben Tre

Why Choose Vietnam Cycling Tours?

  • Traveling by bike gives you a chance to experience much more than what regular travelers see.
  • Anyone with a good condition will have no problem joining and finishing the ride. Some experience will help. 
  • You get the modern bike, with enough support, helmet, drinking water, and local guide speaking English
  • The varied spices plus with flavors of Vietnamese food are world-renowned and might be the big highlight of your tour.
  • We make it easy and worthwhile to arrange departures that fit your needs. 

When to Cycle?

The best time to visit any part of Vietnam is from September to April when the rainy season stops and the weather gets cooler. Despite there may be slight differences in the North and South, for the most part, both regions are similar. From April to August, it is not suitable for cycling since the weather is hot, wet and humid. While it is cold in the North during winter months, getting on a bike still brings great experiences to tourists. 

Though our cycling routes are strongly subject to a bad weather day here and there, planning the best season to go will make a big difference. 

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Frequently Asked Questions about Vietnam Cycling Tours

Is it safe to cycle Vietnam?

Overall, it is very safe to cycle Vietnam. However, like any other place in the world, there are some cases when you feel uncomfortable. So, do not pull out your expensive technology on the road side to avoid someone grabbing it and driving off. Being on a bike allows you to interact more with local people. Play it smart as you would do it anywhere.

How long does it take to cycle Vietnam?

It takes from one to three weeks of travel time to bike Vietnam, depending on your speed.

How much does a bike cost in Vietnam?

If you buy it from backpackers, the price may vary between $150 and $350. Yet, have a mechanic check out the bike in advance. Most bikes bought from the backpackers have been used for years.

Can you use Google Maps for cycling Vietnam?

Yes. With Google Maps, you can actively plan a bike ride in most cities across Vietnam.

What should I bring on a cycling tour?

Essential things: gloves, helmet, cycling shirts, cycling shorts, cycling shoes, camelback, cap, small backpack, waterproof jacket, T-shirts.
Recommended: flashlight, towel, wash kit, mosquito repellent, sunglasses, sun cream, first aid, camera, malaria tablets. 

Attractions in Vietnam

Hoan Kiem LakeTemple of Literature | One Pillar Pagoda | West Lake | Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum Complex | St Joseph’s Cathedral | Hoa Lo Prison | Ho Chi Minh Stilt House | Hanoi Old Quarter | Cu Chi Tunnels | Saigon Cao Dai Temple | Notre Dame Cathedral | Reunification Palace | Saigon Central Post Office | Cholon Chinatown | Jade Emperor Pagoda | My Son Holy Land | Hoi An Old Town | Cu Lao Cham Island | Japanese Covered Bridge | Tan Ky Old House | Purple Forbidden City | Hai Van Pass | Perfume River | Lang Co Bay | Muong Hoa Valley | Ham Rong Mountain

Things to Do in Vietnam

Things to Do in Hanoi | Things to Do in Ho Chi Minh | Things to Do in Halong Bay | Things to Do in Da Nang | Things to Do in Ninh Binh | Things to Do in Sapa | Things to Do in Hoi An | Things to Do in Nha Trang | Things to Do in Phu Quoc | Things to Do in Mui Ne | Things to Do in Can Tho

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