Biking 4 days/3 nights from HCM - Phan Thiet

 Tour code  VBT: VCT4A - SGN - PT  Duration  4 days/ 3 nights
 No. of cycling days  3 full days + a half-day  Distance  180 - 230 km
 Minimum ages to ride  14  Group size  Mi: 02 - Max: 04
 Tour meets  in HCM   Tour ends  in Phan Thiet
 Road surface  Mixed dirty track, concrete path and hilly country back roads
 What's included  What's not included
- A/C van 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 botles 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 = 2 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 - 65 km 


Day 04

 Dalat - Phan Thiet


 Cycling + tranfser

30 - 90 km 



Tour prices are based on hotel categories & group size 

 Make your own arrangements  3 star accommodation  3 - 4 star accommodation
 If you wish to arrange accommodations by   your own on entire trip! We'll revise the  trip cost. - US$730 per person - 2 persons
- US$695 per person - 3 persons
- US$660 per person - 4 persons
- US$770 per person - 2 persons
- US$735 per person - 3 persons
- US$700 per person - 4 persons

Day 01: Saigon - Nam Cat Tien Park
To avoid getting traffic jam from HCM to Dong Nai province, we will leave hotel at 7:00 am and have an hour and half transfer to Tri An rural Dist where we bike from Tri An to Gia Kiem. This morning’ ride enable you to experience local activities at their faming land. You will ride on gentle hilly back road through green pepper and coffee plantation. In the afternoon’s ride, we start from Ta Lai village and ride on country back road along the bank of Dong Nai River Nam Cat Tien Park.

  • 25 - 50km, easy/ moderate
  • Lunch/ Dinner

Day 02: Nam Cat Tien - BaoLoc - Dalat 
The destination of second day is honey moon city called by locals. After your breakfast, you will have an hour to trek into green forest with local guide before we ride to Ma Da Gui. From the park, we ride on dirty track through corn field, valley, ride pass cashew plantation, where there is no traffic at all. Keep cycling onward and passing cashew plantation to Da Oai village. After that we continue the rude on single track, trails through forest to Ma Da Gui town for lunch. If time permitted, the afternoon’ cycling allow you to enjoy particular scenery in mountainous areas through pine forest and coffee plantation on back roads to Dalat city.

  • 40 - 65km, moderate/hard
  • Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner

Day 03: Dalat' Countryside Mountain Biking 
After breakfast at hotel, you’re A/C van with guide will take you to rural Dist, then we start to ride on downhill on asphalt quiet back road to Ta Nung and Nam Ban, ride pass valley, vegetable plantation, green houses on the way. After we ride downhill about 25 km, we will have a break before we ride up gentle hills then we ride down hill another pass. We end up today’ ride at noon time and enjoy lunch before we return to Dalat city be vehicles.

  • 35km+, moderate/hard
  • Breakfast/ Lunch

Day 04: Dalat - Luong Son - Mui Ne, Phan Thiet 
Take an easy bike rides in the morning in central highland and finish your bike trip in stunning resorts of Mui Ne in the afternoon. With an hour transfer you down the Pren Falls and vegetable paddy to cycling point. From here, we will ride on quiet back roads, rolling hills through a few km before cycling down hills to ethnic group villages, past hydroelectric power station and coffee plantations. In the afternoon, continue biking on opened air back roads, and cycle past cashew plantation to sand dunes Mui Ne. Take some photos at sunset at sand dunes before checking in hotel

  • 30 - 90km, easy/moderate/hard
  • Breakfast/ Lunch


Vera Bachleitner Party from Austria

Hi Vietnam Backroads, we´re back in Austria and in the cold weather. I wanted to give you some feedback concerning the bike-tour. As I´ve already mentioned my husband and are were very happy with the tour and the guide although we had expected to do more biking. To tell you the truth we haven´t been aware of the fact that Dalat is so far from HCM. BUT we very much enjoyed the trip to Dalat because it was worth it and if we had travelled on our own we wouldn´t have gone there. It was a pitty that the weather was not too good but our guide, Viet, organized an interesting and varied day for us and he showed us a very nice and hidden restaurant in Dalat which we would never have found without him. There we learned how to prepare the Vietnamese spring rolls J. The hotels of the tour were very nice, especially the one in the jungle! You should keep this as a fix part of your tours. Viet was a very good guide and also our driver was very kind and always helpful. 25 - 26 - 27 - 28 Dec, 2017

Don Robinson family from Australia

It was fantastic experience for my 2 boys and myself. Dat we could not rate more highly. He was very engaging and very informative on the Vietnam history. That we were traveling through. The fruit stop we all enjoyed. We would highly recommend Vietnam Backroads Bicycle Tours. The bikes we could not fault nor the hotels. However, I would strongly state that our fantastic experience came about through our excellent guide Dat. This attention to hygiene was brilliant. We wish Dat and your company all the very best for a successful future. Don, Ben, same Robinson. 17 -18 19 - 20 Dec, 2014

Pieter Houlleberghs party from Belgium

Hi Ms Hue, Many thanks for your email. We very much enjoyed the trip - and will certainly contact you if we plan another trip to Vietnam! I'm back in Europe now, missing Vietnamese weather, food and cycling! Best regards, Pieter 12 - 15 May 2013

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