The Hanoi cycling Tour Company specializing in tailor-made trips, private, guided Hanoi cycling day tour, Hanoi cycling trip, cycling Hanoi to Sapa, Hanoi bike shop, cycling around Hanoi, and cycling holidays in Vietnam.
The joy of tailor-made travel is that your entire holiday is designed around your requirements basing on your personal needs and budget, so you are not tied to the set itinerary of a group. This allows you to explore your own interests, your own plan and select your own style of accommodation.
Smaller group sizes mean more personalized services. We have limited our group size to a maximum of six guests, unless you requests more for your owned group. Six people just fit a 15 seat minibus. The group is smaller, you will receive more individual attention throughout the trip.
We have developed strong relationships with local suppliers enabling us to offer you competitive hotel rates and holiday packages at low price. We guarantee to offer you the competitive rates at the premium service quality level in the market. Our price are neither “cheap” nor expensive.
The quality of your guide can make the difference between a good trip and an outstanding one. Our guides possess a wealth of knowledge. They share real experiences of their own lives, their families, influences and beliefs that provide a deeper understanding of the local culture and people.
Get an insight to the rural life in the outskirts of Hanoi. Be prepared for some dusty roads but great views. Meet wonderful warm people with a genuine interest in the traveller and his equipment. Discover Hanoi by bike, cycling from Hanoi to Luang Prabang, cycling from Hanoi to Sapa. Find out helpful tips, advices about Hanoi bike hire, cycling in Hanoi.
Cycling in Vietnam is one the the best way to discover remote part of the country, and to experience the real life. The versatile and the vibrant vistas of Vietnam make for great Vietnam bicycle tours.
The best time of the year is probably October through April when the rainy season finishes and the weather is cooler. It is very hot during the day in Summer (May – September) – around 35°C and sometimes up to 40°C at the hottest time of the day.
At Lotussia Travel we provide a wide selection of bicycle tours ranging from two-hour bike ride to three-week cycling packages. If you seek for some fun, easy rides then book our short packages starting from major cities including Hue, Hoi An, Hanoi, Sapa, Nha Trang, Saigon.
Our bike tours are specially designed for active travelers. There will always be activity you will be able to engage in.
We create adventure in a controlled environment. You can experience new adventures while being safe.
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Go where the locals go, immersing yourself fully to experience a new culture.
Our guides possess a wealth of knowledge and passion for their work. They are fun, informative and adaptable.
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