Biking 4 days/3 nights HCM -Dalat - Nha Trang

 Tour code



 4 days/ 3 nights

 No. of cycling days

 3 full days + a half-day


 200 - 250 km

 Minimum ages to ride


 Group size

 Mi: 02 - Max: 04

 Tour meets

 in HCM 

 Tour ends

 in Nha Trang

 Road surface

 Mixed dirty track, concrete path and hilly country back roads

 What's included

 What's not included

- Private A/C vehicle takes up all cyclists and luggage

- Personal travel insurance

- Truck to carry all bikes and spare bikes, tool kits

- Single accommodation

- New Giant MTB, wheel size: 27.5" hydraulic brakes

- Other personal expenses

- Helmets, new bottles of water

- Drinks are not included with any meal

- All entrance fees and boat rides


- All ferry tickets in countryside


- B = 3 Breakfasts, L = 4 Lunches, D = 3 Dinners


- Daily cold water, snack, fresh fruits and facial tissues


- 3 nights: double room and twin share


- Experienced English speaking bike guides


- Pick up & drop off at hotels







 Day 01

 HCM - Nam Cat Tien

 Cycling + transfer

 25 - 45 km 


 Day 02

 Nam Cat Tien - Dalat

 Cycling + transfer

 30 - 60 km 


 Day 03

 Dalat Mountain biking

 Cycling + transfer

30 - 45 km 


Day 04

 Dalat - Nha Trang

 Cycling + tranfser

30 - 80 km 


Day 01: Saigon - Nam Cat Tien Park 
The traffic jams usually happend from 6:30 to 8:30 am not only in HCM but also in other cities in the country. An early departure is to save time for cycle riding. Your adventures begin with experiencing activities of coffee and pepper growing from Dinh Quan' rural villages. After lunch, we continue pedaling along the branch of Dong Nai river to the headquarters of Nam Cat Tien park to check into the hotel. Following activity is to enjoy an hour trip by vehicle to forest in the evening.

  • 25 - 45km, easy/moderate
  • Lunch/ Dinner

Day 02: Nam Cat Tien park - Dalat 
After you having a breakfast, you will have a local guide accompanied your trekking into forest to experience species of mammals and trees of tropical green forest. Then we check out for a ride to Dalat. Today’ ride is a quiet challenge. We first cross Dong Nai River, ride on single track, pass some villages and continue cycling deeply into mountainous sub-forest of Cat Tien. We ride on spiral asphalt back road, through rice paddy fields. Then we follow single track through forest to Ethnic villages and ride on a long suspension bridge which wide enough for motorcycle and bicycle only. We will get on our van and drive to Chuoi Pass for lunch. In the afternoon, the ride will continue and we ride pass chicken villages before a transfer taking us up to Dalat in late afternoon.

  • 30 - 65km, easy/moderate
  • Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner

Day 03: Dalat mountain biking trails
Our team with vehicle will take you to urban Dist for a half day cycling. First, you will enjoy 25 km on smooth asphalt, and quiet back road downhill riding. Then another 15 km is on gentle hilly paths through lively villages, passing green houses, and coffee plantation before lunch serving at local restaurant. Return to Dalat city in the afternoon around 2:00 pm. Free to explore the city y your own.

  • 25 - 45km, easy/moderate
  • Breakfast/ Lunch

Day 04: Dalat – Hon Giao Pass - Nha Trang
Enjoy an hour driving by vehicle through Dalat city, including; Xuan Huong Lake, Than Thuo Lake and rural Dist before we start the last day’ cycling. In the morning is a real challenge. We ride on rolling hills, valleys, enjoy particular scenery the tropical forest then a 30 km ride downhill from the peak of Hon Giao to Suoi Loi for lunch. In the afternoon’ cycling is easy but it is very unique because it almost flat and beautiful scenery along mountainous villages. We end up our bike ride at Dien Khanh urban Dist and have a 20 minute driving to Nha Trang city. Tour End!

  • 30 - 80km, easy/moderate/hard
  • Breakfast/ Lunch


Cecilia & Agneta from Sweden

Dear Ms Hue, From Nha Trang we went to Hon Ong, where we spent three days before returning to Ho Chi Minh City and back home a week ago. In Sweden we have plenty of snow and a crisp -18 degrees celsius (see attached photos). I guess every country and climate has its own charm... Back to your question about the tour - We are very happy with our four day bicycle tour!! Phuc was a very good guide who made sure the biking and pace was up to our capacity. He made sure to stop to point out interesting things and enable us to take photos of views, coffee, tea, pepper and banana plantations. He made sure we had snacks and drink stops along the road. We got to stop and meet friendly people along the road. He took us to genuine and very good eating places and was all-over very friendly!! Hoang - our driver - was also very good. He was a skilled and very careful driver and we always felt safe with him behind the wheel. He was also very attentive and made sure we had water along the road, sheered us on and took care to wipe our eating sticks and plates when having meals. The trip was perfect for us - a mix of national park, jungle, farmland and back roads and with a one day stopover and sightseeing in Dalat. The fairly rough accommodation in Nam Cat Tien and the very good accommodation in Dalat was a good combination. We always felt very safe and we definitely had our share of adventure and sightseeing. I cannot enough express how happy we are with our biking with Vietnam Backroads Bicycle Tours. This was the best way to experience Vietnam!! We will sure recommend you to everyone who might be interested!! I can honestly not think of anything that could have been different - not even the rainy day we had between Dalat and Nha Trang. Kind regards..and please extend our praise to Phuc and Hoang as well! 2013 Cecilia & Agneta

Trevor and Pauline from England

Hi Van, Thanks for the best 4 days we had in Vietnam ! we loved our tour and the enthusiasm you showed whilst guiding us. There is no way we could of seen the things we seen or done the things we did if we'd been on 4 wheels or even on foot...thanks mate. P.S. can you make sure you sort the weather out in Dalat if we come back :-) Saigon to Nha Trang 4 days. 05 Sep 2011

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