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1 day cycling tour around Hanoi

5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Cycling tour around Hanoi ideal for family travel, holiday with kids, those like some easy and fun ride. There are about 25 – 40K to cycle, mostly on village lanes, on the back roads, countryside area of Hanoi. Stops, visit local houses, temple, pagoda to experience the real life.

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Cycling tour around Hanoi ideal for family travel, holiday with kids, those like some easy and fun ride. There are about 25 – 40K to cycle, mostly on village lanes, on the back roads, countryside area of Hanoi. Stops, visit local houses, temple, pagoda to experience the real life.

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Cycling tour around Hanoi itinerary

7:00 am you will be met up with Lotussia Travel guide at your hotel in Hanoi. After a short briefing about the bike, gears and the biking trail, you will begin your adventure by pedaling from our bike shop to the other side of the Red River.

After about a half hour, you will leave the Hanoi busy town behind. You cycle across the Long Bien Bridge,  the first steel bridge spanning the Red River in Hanoi, built by the French (1899-1902) and named for Doumer, read as though-love (the name of Governor Paul Doumer Indochina).

Once you are on the other side of the town, you will cycle along the dyke, goring into the rural area of Hanoi.

Visiting an ancient village that is located by the Red river will help you know further the real life of Vietnamese people. You may want to visit a master of martial who practices Vietnamese Kungfu for years or a retired person who has lots of beautiful Bonsai.

Then take a ferry crossiing the Duong river. You will arrive in the area where people live of agriculture. You cycle from villages to villages, through rice fields and friendly people. You will arrive Co Loa citadel around noon. This old fortress attracts many foreign tourists for its historical and cultural value. It would be interesting for tourist to find that this Citadel is not only built in a large scale, but also took a very long time to construct. Especially, it has also been the source of various relics of the Dong Son culture of the Bronze Age. This would be a precious chance for tourists to explore such large site and its potential beauty. This spiral-shaped complex will take you to the mysterious ancient Vietnam thousands of years ago.

Lunch will be provided in a local restaurant or picnic lunch can be arranged.

In the afternoon, it is possible for you to cycle for some more kilometer before being transferred back to your hotel in Hanoi. The end of Lotussia Travel service.

Additional Information

Depart from

Your hotel in Hanoi

End at

Your hotel in Hanoi

Difficulty

Easy

Places to visit

Hanoi countryside villages

2 reviews for 1 day cycling tour around Hanoi

  1. 5 out of 5

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    I am visiting my daughter in Hanoi from Jan. 27 to Feb. 7, and would be interested in taking one or two biking day trips. Several of your trips look interesting, including to Duong Lam Village, Tam Coc, But That and Dong Ho, and Co Loa Citadel.

    I would be available for day tours from Jan. 26 through Feb. 7. Some of those days I would be a single traveler, others my daughter might be able to join me. (She is working in Vietnam, and we don’t know her work schedule yet during Tet.)

    Can you tell me what days these tours would happen while I am in Hanoi, and any other useful details — such as the price for a single person? I understand that many tours close during Tet.

    I look forward to hearing more about your tours. Thank-you,

    Susan

  2. 5 out of 5

    :

    Dear Sir,

    We will be on October 18 in Hanoi for a stop-over (arriving at 12:00 by plane from Phu Quoc, and leaving at 23:30 for home). We would like to take the opportunity to do some cycling in the countryside around Hanoi. Would this be possible?

    Ideally would be if you could pick us up at the airport when we arrive, take us to the starting point for the cycling, do a couple of hours cycling until it starts getting dark and then take us to the old town in Hanoi. It would also be good if later you could then take us back to the airport for our flight home.

    Let me know if this sounds possible. Feel free to make other suggestions.

    For your information, we are a family of four, our two daughters are 11 and 13 years old.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Best regards,

    Jan

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