This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Long Bien Bridge, Tran Nhat Duat Street, Hanoi Vietnam
8 :00 am your tour guide pick up you then transfer to our Bicycle store to choose suitable Bikes. Once get comfortable with your bicyle and hear a safety briefing. Then we’ll head out for our ride!
First we across the Red river by Long Bien bridge – the oldest one in Hanoi bulit over 100 years ago under French colonial time to enjoy the view of the Red River, watch the boats float underneath and see the green vegetable farm on the island.
Then we ride to the countryside where farmers live and work. Here we have chance to visit a family to learn more about local life and tradition, our guide will assist us to chat with them for more local interaction.
We continue Cycling through dirt roads and rural villages to reach Cycling Co Loa ancient citadel was built 200 BC to learn about Vietnam the tradition of setting up, keeping the country as well as against foreign invaders of Thuc Phan An Duong Vuong, After that we visit a fruit garden and have lunch at local family where you can try traditional food. In the afternoon we ride more around the villages, fields and along the river bank to enjoy the cool breeze of the Red river. passing through beautiful village of Northern Vietnam Countryside we will reach a local boat station, take a cruise on the red river to go back to Hanoi. Our trip finishes at about 4:00-4:30pm
Dressing: Light and comfortable clothing and shoes. Sunscreen and sunglasses are recommended.
Trip style: This tour is offered on a “join-in” basis. However you can request for a private tour with small surcharge.
Distance: This tour includes cycling 45 km on flat roads, back-roads to the outskirts of Hanoi. Our ride will require a basic level of physical fitness and you should be comfortable with riding bicycle.
Tour Included: Good quality Bicycle, Helmet , Enthusiastic English speaking guide, lunch, all entrance fees & cold water, pick-up and drop-off, raincoat (if needed) , lots of fun
Duration: 5 hours