Day 1: Hanoi – Transfer to Tuyen Quang and Cycle to Ha Giang
7:00 AM pick up from your hotel and leave the hustling and bustling city behind, our shuttle bus takes two hours to the cycling point. Upon the cycling point, we kick off our bikes and cycle on a scenic road, passing cozy villages and stunning farmlands to Son Duong town for lunch. Following lunch meals, we hop our bikes on the tarmac road and the marvelous scenery to Tuyen Quang then turn off on National road No 2 to Vi Xuyen Town. Transferring the rest distance to Ha Giang for check-in. Check in at the hotel and have dinner in a local restaurant.
Activity: Transferring from Hanoi – Ha Giang
Transfer distance: 165 Km. Cycling 95 Km
Day 2: Ha Giang – Quang Ba – Yen Minh
After breakfast, we set off this morning we head out of town cycling for the first 25km on a relatively flat road through the landscape of terraced rice paddy fields. Passing through minority villages we cycle the next 25km up winding roads into the vast limestone mountain range with its perpendicular walls of rock, climbing 800m towards the mountain road pass “Heaven gate 1”. As we pass through mountain villages sometimes covered by clouds, we will receive a friendly greeting from the local communities. From the pass we can look down at amazing views, including the famous vista of the Tam Son valley with the ‘Twin Hills and can spy on Quan Ba town, Have lunch on the summit and enjoy the picturesque scenery. After lunch meal, we set off our bike to descend to the river and ride along to Gam river until we meet another pass again. We cycle uphill for the first few km before a descent of around 10km and then relatively flat terrain for the next 10km. It’s a challenging up-and-down terrain to an altitude of 1.025m before we make a final descent for the last 15km into Yen Minh. We will have the chance to see the traditional homes of the local hill tribes. The communities in this area are Chinese.
Activity; Cycling and Transferring
Accommodation: Thao Nguyen Hotel
Cycling distance: 93Km
Day 3: Yen Minh – Lung Cu - Dong Van
Today is great and incredible day with us whilst cycling in the heart of world listed Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark
Have a hearty breakfast in the hotel and take a quick visit colorful hill tribe market nearby the hotel and then commence cycling on the way to Happiness road to Dong Van. You are rewarded by pristine nature and magnificent karsk Plateau scenery while cycling ascending to the summit. Stop to visit and explore Hmong King Palace ( Vuong Chi Sinh Palace) and then we continue cycling to Lung Cu Pole Flag Tower. Have lunch en route. After lunch, we keep riding on the back road to Dong Van Town. Upon arriving, do check in and have to relax on your own.
Activity: cycling and Visiting
Accommodation: Huy Hoang Hotel
Cycling distance: 87 Km
Day 4 : Dong Van – Meo Vac – Mau Due - Du Gia
There is a market daily in the town center of Dong Van and Meo Vac used mainly by the White Hmong, Tay and Lo Lo hill tribes. Women dressed in their brightly colored traditional clothing walk into the town carrying their bamboo woven baskets laden with corn and vegetables. Today we follow a remote mountain road to conque incredible pass – Ma Phi Leng – Link between in two towns Dong Van and Meo Vac. It is terrific and amazing scenery when we cycle on the slope of the mountain to admire extraordinary sightseeing, reflecting crystal water from the Nho Que River. Enjoy the first two km on a flat road leading out of Dong Van Town then we challenge 7 km ascendingly ride on a winding road with a sharp turn to the top. Cycling descendingly 16 Km along the hillside and winding route Meo Vac Town. Upon arriving at Meo Vac, regroup and refreshment before cycling on a slope, through the Core of Dong Van Geopark. We also ride through authentic hill tribes villages, rocky mountain ranges and picturesque sightseeing to Mau Due – Lung Ho summit where our picnic lunch will be available. Following to healthy meal, we hop off our bike to cycle descendingly to Du Gia village.
Activity: Cycling from Hotel - Hotel
Accommodation: Du Gia Ecohomestay
Cycling distance: 92Km
Day 5: Du Gia – Bac Me – Ha Giang
Enjoy delicious pancakes and hot coffee for breakfast in the homestay. Contemplating sunrise over the mysterious valley and dreamlike landscapes in villages. Saying goodbye to our host, we commence our exciting cycling day from the village, setting our way to ride ascendingly to the summit for 10 km then rolling down to Minh Son and Minh Ngoc Commune for a picnic lunch. After filling up our energy, we commence our cycling trip to Ha Giang Town. Upon arriving at the hotel, do check in and relax by yourself. Exploring the city and trying local beer is highlighted in our second day in Ha Giang city .. Dinner and stay overnight in Ha Giang.
Activity: Cycling from Hotel - Hotel
Accommodation: Huy Hoan Hotel
Cycling distance: 70Km
Day 6: Ha Giang –Hanoi
After having a hearty breakfast and leaving the bustling city behind, we set off our way to Tuyen Quang a quickly passing city to countryside route where you cycle on the scenic route, through village and village. Contemplate distinct scenery and rural landscapes of lowland and Riverview. We will be impressed by stunning farmland, replant forests and lush rice paddy fields. Peaceful village life along the hillside. We will have lunch en route, after lunch meal, commence cycling descendingly to Phu Tho and loading the bikes back to Hanoi. Arrival Hanoi checks in at your hotel. End The Tour.
Activity: Cycling from Tuyen Quang - Along the river to Phu Tho
Cycling distance: 42Km
Tour price: Contact us
Departure date: Join in group tour departure on 12th Monthly - Private any time
Tour Inclusive :
* Support transport by A/C minivan or bus, truck for group
* Trek MTB & helmets, spare parts, aid kits, tool kits
* Entrance fees, Permission for a border tour
* B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner as mentioned in the tour itinerary
* For daily cycling only: Water, snacks, fresh fruits, wet towels
*Accommodation in tour - 5 nights
* Experienced English-speaking bike guides
Tour Exclusive :
* Travel insurance
* Other personal expenses
* Tips for guides and drivers
* Drinks at restaurants
* Accommodation in Hanoi