HOIAN – HUE A DIFFERENT EXPERIENCE
Another trip connecting Hoian – Hue but with a different beauty that the other way could not help to discover all. This is great for you to make a reverse to fully experience the Central Vietnam countryside roads.
Why this tours?
- More tombs and imperial relics.
- Beautiful countryside cycling road at villages and along the coastline.
- Cycling HaiVan pass challenge with few traffic road up to the cloud.
- Magnificent and peaceful coastal scenery.
- More village exploration in Hoian with real countryside cycling.
- Start in Hoian and finish in Hue.
- Total days: 5
- Bikes provided
- Group size: max 10
- Cycling length per day: from 40 to 60 km
- Accompanies: biking guide, bus, truck and bike repairer.
Day 1: Hoian Ancient Town : familiarization walking.
Day 2: Hoian Cycling: Tra Que vegetables village, Cua Dai beach, An Bang Fish village and Cam Thanh village. Hoian Craft shop
Day 3: Hoian – Hue : Pass of Cloud, Tam Giang lagoon, Vinh Hien and Ghost village, Truong Ha bridge
Day 4: Hue Imperial: Khai Dinh tomb, Thieu Tri tomb, Tu Duc tomb, citadel’s Purple City, Thien Mu Pagoda
Day 5: Hue countryside: Thanh Toan covered bridge
DETAIL ITINERARY – BIKING 5 DAYS FROM HOIAN TO HUE
Day 1: Danang Arrival – Hoian Ancient Town (D)
Be welcomed by your tour guide in Danang International Airport and take a transfer to Hoi An. After some refreshment, join a familiarization tour to the heart of Hoi An town by bicycle or on foot. Overnight at Thanh Van hotel
Day 2: Hoian cycling (B, L, D) (around 40 km)
After breakfast, take a short and easy cycle to Tra Que vegetables village to see how they plant veggies here. Heading further to the Cua Dai beach, visit An Bang Fish village and Cam Thanh village where great opportunity for photo shoot. Back to the ancient town and go further to Thanh Ha pottery village where kilns still work like they did 500 years ago.
In the afternoon, take a different taste of the town by walking to explore the charm of Hoi An and visitingHoi An’s crafts shops.
Day 3: Cycling Hoian – Hue. Lunch in Lang Co. Overnight at Cycles Café Homestay (B, L, D) (cycling 80 km)
Take a transfer around one hour then start to cycle over Hai Van pass, enjoying the magnificent view of the sea, the dangerous elbows of the pass, the nature of the mountain, and the relics of the war. After having lunch in Lang Co and a transfer to Phuoc Tuong village (35 km), continue the cycling to the village roads making one of the most beautiful cycling in the central coastline Vietnam. That’s the cycling along Tam Giang lagoon, passing Vinh Hien and Ghost village, biking over Truong Ha bridge on the way to Hue. Overnight at Cycles Café Homestay.
Day 4: Cycling Hue (B, L, D) (cycling 40 km)
Be ready for a hilly day full of green nature and imperial relics. Start biking from your homestay and passing by some beautiful churches, have a visit to Truong An market. Make more uphill roads leading to the eternity lands of the kings, and we visit Khai Dinh tomb, Thieu Tri tomb, Tu Duc tomb.
In the afternoon, cylcle back to the city and explore the citadel’s Purple City where kings and stories of their lives are still legends for the local people. Further ride along the river will take us to Thien Mu Pagoda which is a Buddhism landmark of Hue people. The sound of the bells, the peaceful place, the great view down to the Perfume river are the add-in to the stories and histories making your cycling a memory .
Day 5: Cycling Hue – Thanh Toan covered bridge (B, L) (cycling 25 km)
Today is a very easy day as the road is absolutely flat. It takes you to villages with bustling markets, local coffee and breaks, community houses, and vast rice farm where you probably meet some water buffalo or a herd of thousand ducks. The destination is a wooden bridge with tiles covered and great view to rice fields and canal nearby.
Have some rest and cycle back by another road to villages and this even show you more the daily life of Vietnam in Hue city.
Say goodbye to crew for a great experience. You can also continue on one of our tour extensions such as