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Vietnam Cycling Tours

Welcome to Vietnam Cycling Tours, where your adventure on two wheels awaits! Vietnam is a cyclist's paradise, offering a perfect blend of stunning landscapes and rich cultural experiences. Explore the serene beauty of the Mekong Delta, pedal through the picturesque countryside of Ninh Binh, discover the UNESCO World Heritage site of Hoi An, or conquer the challenging mountainous terrain of the northern region. Our carefully crafted cycling tours allow you to immerse yourself in the best cycling destinations Vietnam has to offer. Take a look at our sample tours and let us create a customized itinerary that matches your preferences and travel plans. Get ready for an unforgettable cycling adventure in Vietnam!

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Colin Tweddle

Apr 2023

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We had a great day in Ninh Binh! The customer service rep (Molly) was very helpful organising a custom tour so we could see the major sights. Our guide, Thu, was very friendly, knowledgeable, and accommodating. We saw Bai Dinh temple, Hoa Lu ancient city, Bich Dong pagoda, and Tam Coc boat tour. We would recommend this company to others!

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Whitney B

Dec 2022

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I cannot say enough positives about Custom Asia Travel! We visited Vietnam in December/January 2023 and had an amazing trip with our 3 teens. The itinerary exceeded our expectations! We travelled to Hanoi, Ninh Binh, Ha Long Bay, Hoi An, and Nha Trang. We had no issues with any of our transportation around the country - our drivers and guides were always there on time (early, actually), friendly and helpful. The accommodations were excellent and our guides were fantastic (Tanh, Tanh, and Viet - they were awesome!). Every place we stayed put our rooms right next to each other, often adjoining, and the kids’ room always had two twin beds and a cot, while my husband and I had a king bed. This was perfect as our teenagers did not want to share beds, lol! The activities were super fun and appealed to all of us. So many highlights - the kids loved the rice farm tour (riding the water Buffalo elicited the biggest smile we’ve ever seen from our 16 year old!), seeing the caves in Ninh Binh, the cooking class in Hoi An, and Ha Long Bay. I really appreciated that some of our itinerary was focused on less crowded activities - a couple of the temples we saw were practically empty, allowing us to enjoy and experience these beautiful sites on our own. We did a couple of bike rides which were also highlights, such a great way to explore and see the area! Minh was available and responsive while planning the trip and while we were there. I agree with others reviews about whether she ever sleeps! She was able to coordinate our luggage getting dropped off as it did not arrive with us, and contacted one of the hotels about a ring that had been left, and arranged for us to pick it up. She was warm, friendly, knowledgeable, and so helpful. We truly had a relaxing and stress free trip because of the excellent customer service from Minh and our guides. With only having 12 days to visit we were so grateful to be able to enjoy the travel and know that Minh and her team were there if and when needed. I highly recommend using this company, you will not regret it! Now I am dreaming of how quickly we can make it back!! Thank you thank you to Minh and the team, our trip was unforgettable!

Best Vietnam Cycling Tours 2023/2024

Our expert travel specialists have created a selection of sample cycling itineraries that showcase the best of what the country has to offer. Browse our top Vietnam cycling tours below, and contact us to customize a trip that perfectly fits your interests and preferences.

Cycling in northern Vietnam

10

Days

CV22

Hanoi - Mai Chau - Pu Luong Nature Reserve - Ninh Binh - Halong Bay - Hanoi

This cycling tour takes you on a scenic journey through the north of Vietnam, with stunning landscapes in Pu Luong, Ninh Binh, and Halong Bay. Along the way, you'll have the opportunity to learn about local cultures and the unique way of life of different ethnic minorities. With breathtaking scenery and rich cultural experiences, this tour promises to be an unforgettable adventure.

Vietnam biking tour

10

Days

CV23

Hanoi - Bac Ninh - Lang Son - Hanoi - Halong Bay - Hanoi

Explore the diverse landscapes of Northern Vietnam on this cycling tour. From the historic city of Bac Ninh to the stunning Bac Son Valley, you'll experience the unique beauty of the region before heading to Halong Bay for a relaxing cruise. With unforgettable scenery and cultural experiences, this tour is a must-do for any adventure seeker.

 

vietnam biking

10

Days

CV22

Hanoi - Mai Chau - Pu Luong Nature Reserve - Ninh Binh - Halong Bay - Hanoi

This cycling tour takes you on a scenic journey through the north of Vietnam, with stunning landscapes in Pu Luong, Ninh Binh, and Halong Bay. Along the way, you'll have the opportunity to learn about local cultures and the unique way of life of different ethnic minorities. With breathtaking scenery and rich cultural experiences, this tour promises to be an unforgettable adventure.

World heritages Ha Long Bay
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  • Is Cambodia safe for travelers?
    Yes, Cambodia is generally considered safe for travelers, but it is important to exercise caution and common sense while traveling. Like any destination, there are risks associated with travel, such as pickpocketing, scams, and occasional reports of violent crime. However, these incidents are relatively rare, and most visitors to Cambodia do not encounter any safety issues. It is also advisable to check travel advisories and stay informed about any potential risks or security concerns in the country. Overall, with necessary precautions, Cambodia is a safe and welcoming destination for travelers.
  • What is the best time of year to visit Cambodia?
    The best time to visit Cambodia is during the dry season, which extends from November to April. The weather is generally warm and sunny, making it an excellent time for sightseeing and outdoor activities. The peak tourist season is from December to February, so expect larger crowds and higher prices during this time. The shoulder seasons of November and April can be a good option if you want to avoid the crowds and enjoy lower prices. The rainy season, which runs from May to October, can bring heavy rains and floods, making some areas inaccessible. However, the countryside is lush and green during this time, and it can be a good option for those who don't mind the rain and want to experience a quieter Cambodia.
  • Do you need a visa to visit Cambodia?
    Cambodia is a popular tourist destination that requires a visa for most foreign visitors. Visitors can obtain a visa upon arrival at the airport or border checkpoint, or apply for an electronic visa online prior to their trip. It is important to check the visa requirements before planning your trip to Cambodia as they may vary depending on your nationality and the duration of your stay. If you have any questions or need assistance in obtaining a visa, you can contact Custom Asia Travel at info@customasiatravel.com.
  • What should I pack for a trip to Cambodia?
    When packing for a trip to Cambodia, keep in mind that the climate can be hot and humid year-round, with a monsoon season from May to October. Here are some essential items to consider: Lightweight and breathable clothing: Pack light, loose-fitting clothes that will keep you cool and comfortable in the heat. Sun protection: Bring a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen to protect yourself from the intense sun. Insect repellent: Mosquitoes are present in Cambodia, so it's wise to bring insect repellent. Comfortable walking shoes: You'll likely do a lot of walking, so make sure to have comfortable shoes that can handle uneven terrain. Swimwear: Don't forget to pack swimwear if you plan to visit beaches or swim in a pool. Lightweight rain jacket or poncho: If you're visiting during the rainy season, it's advisable to bring a lightweight rain jacket or poncho. Medications: If you take prescription medications, make sure to bring enough for the duration of your trip. It's also advisable to pack basic over-the-counter medications such as pain relievers, stomach remedies, and antihistamines. Travel documents: Bring your passport, visa (if required), and any other important travel documents. You can contact Custom Asia Travel at info@customasiatravel.com for assistance with your trip to Cambodia.
  • What are the must-visit destinations in Cambodia?
    Cambodia has many must-visit destinations that showcase the country's history, culture, and natural beauty. Here are some of the top destinations to visit in Cambodia: Angkor Wat: This iconic temple complex located in Siem Reap is one of the largest religious monuments in the world and is a must-see for any traveler in Cambodia. Phnom Penh: The capital city of Cambodia offers a blend of modern and traditional attractions, including the Royal Palace, the National Museum of Cambodia, and the Killing Fields. Siem Reap: In addition to Angkor Wat, Siem Reap offers many other ancient temples to explore, as well as a vibrant nightlife scene and lively night market. Kampot: This peaceful riverside town in southern Cambodia is known for its beautiful landscapes, including Bokor Mountain National Park and nearby pepper farms. Sihanoukville: This coastal city in southern Cambodia is renowned for its white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, making it a popular beach destination. Koh Rong: This idyllic island off the coast of Sihanoukville offers a secluded retreat with pristine beaches and abundant marine life for snorkeling and scuba diving. These are just a few of the many must-visit destinations in Cambodia. At Custom Asia Travel, we can help you create a personalized itinerary based on your preferences and interests, to make the most out of your journey in this fascinating country.
  • What is Cambodian cuisine like?
    Cambodian cuisine is known for its flavorful and aromatic dishes that reflect the country's history and cultural influences. Food in Cambodia is a blend of flavors from Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, and French cuisine. Here are some popular dishes to try: fish amok, a steamed fish curry with coconut milk and spices; lok lak, a stir-fried beef dish with peppers and onions; and kuy teav, a noodle soup with pork or beef. Street food is also a must-try in Cambodia, with vendors offering a variety of delicious snacks such as fried noodles, spring rolls, and grilled meats. Vegetarians will find plenty of options in Cambodia as many dishes highlight fresh vegetables and herbs. It's also worth sampling some tropical fruits from Cambodia, such as mangoes, pineapples, and dragon fruit, which are widely available in markets.
  • What are the customs and cultural norms in Cambodia?
    Cambodia has a rich culture and history, and it is important for travelers to be aware of the customs and cultural norms in order to avoid offending the locals. Here are some key points to keep in mind: Dress modestly, especially when visiting temples or religious sites. This means covering your shoulders and knees. Remove your shoes before entering a temple or someone's home. Use your right hand to pass or receive objects, as the left hand is considered impure. Avoid touching people's heads, as it is considered disrespectful. When greeting someone, it is polite to use the Sampeah gesture, which involves placing your hands together in a prayer-like position in front of your chest and slightly bowing your head. It is customary to remove hats and sunglasses when entering a temple or religious site. Public displays of affection are not common in Cambodia and may be seen as inappropriate. Tipping is not common in Cambodia, but it is becoming more prevalent in tourist areas. If you decide to give a tip, a small amount is appreciated. When giving or receiving something, use both hands as a sign of respect. Lastly, respect the tragic history of Cambodia and the impact it still has on many Cambodians. Avoid making insensitive comments about the Khmer Rouge or the country's political situation. For more information on customs and cultural norms in Cambodia, it is always wise to consult a local travel agency like Custom Asia Travel, which can provide additional advice and support.
  • Are there any specific health concerns I should be aware of before traveling to Cambodia?
    Yes, there are some health concerns that travelers should be aware of before visiting Cambodia. Malaria is present in certain regions of the country, so it's important to take preventive measures such as using mosquito nets and repellents. Dengue, another mosquito-borne disease, is also a risk. Travelers should also be cautious about what they eat and drink to avoid food and waterborne illnesses such as traveler's diarrhea. It is recommended to drink bottled water, avoid ice in beverages, and consume only thoroughly cooked food. Vaccinations against hepatitis A and B, typhoid, and tetanus are also recommended. It is best to consult a healthcare professional or travel medicine clinic before traveling to Cambodia to discuss any specific health concerns and the necessary vaccinations or medications.
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