Cycling 3D/2N from Ha Tien - Rach Gia - Can Tho - HCM

Tour code VBT: MBT3C- HAT - SGN Road surfaces Mixed dirty track, concrete paths, country back roads
Tour lenth 3 days/ 2 nights Cycling distance 140 - 180km
No. of cycling days 2 full day, half day Group size Mi: 02 - Max: 12
Tour meets in Ha Tien Tour ends in HCM
What's included What's not included

- A/C van takes up all cyclists and luggage
- Truck to carry all bikes … so on
- 2017 Giant MTB, wheel size: 27.5”, hydraulic brake
- Helmets, bottles of water, tools kit
- All entrance fees, boat rides
- All ferry tickets in countryside
- B= 2 Breakfasts, L= 3 Lunches, D= 2 Dinners
- Daily cold mineral water, soft drinks
- Daily snacks, fresh fruits, facial tissues
- 2 nights, double & twin rooms
- Experienced English speaking bike guides
- Pick up at/drop off at hotels

- Personal travel insurance
- Single accommodation
- Other personal expenses
- Drinks are not included with any meal


Day 01: Ha Tien – Rach Gia 
Mekong Bike Tours's team will welcome you at the Xa-Xia border/at your hotel in town of HaTien. Today you can get away from the most tourist places and explore the villages where there are no fresh water.  we will ride past a network of canals and take many little ferries to locals villages in this rural area. Continue riding on dirt roads alongside the waterway to Kien Luong town. Lunch en route, then continue riding on backroads to the seaside district. Continue cycling along coastal roads to Hon Dat. Have a short transfer to Rach Gia in the afternoon. Overnight in Rach Gia.

  • 30 - 70km, easy/moderate
  • Lunch/ Dinner

Day 02: Rach Gia –Vi Thanh - Can Tho
In the morning, transfer out of Rach Gia town, enjoy a nice coffee to warm up before biking to Vi Thanh city. Have lunch in the countryside, then bike on a dirt track, through beautiful country roads, to the outskirts of Can Tho. Pedal past rice fields and a network of manmade canals.  Witness water activities in the surrounding area. Overnight in Can Tho.

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

Day 03: Can Tho - Vinh Long - Sai Gon 
Can Tho is located in the center of the 12 provinces which make up the Mekong Delta. It is not only famous for rice but is also well-know for it's many floating markets. We'll have an early start by boat to a floating market, then head back to the hotel for breakfast. Transfer for an hour to Vinh Long town where we will cross the Co Chien river. Then exploring An Binh Island by bike and have a ferry crossing for delicious lunch at an ancient house in CaiBe township. Enjoy your an easy riding of 14 km and getting on A/C minivan to Saigon.

  • 25 - 30km, easy
  • Breakfast/ Lunch

Reviews

Erica Kaser & Danielle from USA

Ms. Hue, My sister and I just got home after our month-long travels in Southeast Asia. We had an amazing trip! We really enjoyed our experience with Vietnam Backroads Bicycle Tours. Our guide, Nghi, and driver, Mr. Loc, picked us up promptly from our hotel in Ha Tien. Mr. Nghi showed us how to adjust the bicycles and then we were off on our adventure! The bicycle tour was a great way to experience the Mekong Delta. We biked through many villages and saw the surrounding countryside that we probably wouldn't have seen otherwise. It was an eye-opening experience as we biked through villages and greeted the local people- many of whom had not seen a foreigner in a long time. We would highly recommend Vietnam Backroads Bicycle Tours! We would suggest that drinks be included in the price of the tour for lunches and dinners. Also, if it would be possible to set up payment through credit card on your website that would be a lot easier than the hassle of the money transfer. 6 - 7 - 8 July 2012

Lucy Davies from UK

Dear Van Please find attached my feedback. I am sorry it is not more constructive but really I have no criticisms. For us we were very lucky as you we incredibly flexible and could be as there were just the two of us. You have two converted bike tourers! As for value for money it is certainly not the cheapest trip but good value for what we do, the quality of equipment and for 2 comfortable hotels. However payment is tricky! I understand the need for a deposit but it was surprisingly difficult to do an international bank transfer. None the less I was more comfortable with doing that than supplying my card details. Payment of the balance at the end would have been much easier to do with a card or knowing dollars was your preferred method of payment I would have taken dollars out in Cambodia and carried them with me. So maybe some more info on that before the tour could have been helpful. Anyway thank you again for a fantastic few days - a real highlight of the trip as a whole! I hope it is ok but I suggested my biking friends from Cambodia get in touch if their tour is taking them through Saigon. Feb 2012

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