Bicycle Tours Hanoi Countryside Half Day

Bicycle Tours Hanoi Countryside Half Day

Bicycle Tours Hanoi Countryside Half Day Overview:

In our trip we will come to Hanoioutskirt to visit typical local villages of Northern Vietnam countryside with picturesque scenery, beautiful of lanscape, vast greenish  rice paddies , transquil pagoda, and off the beaten tourist paths.

Some more options available: Bicycle / Jeep / Motorbike/ Vespa / Car

FAQs:
1. What type of bikes do you use?
We use high-quality mountain bicycles that are thoroughly checked and maintained after each tour.
2. Is food and drink included?
Yes, all authentic local food and beverages (unlimited bottled water during the ride) are included.
3. What if it rains?
Our tours run rain or shine, and we provide top-notch rain ponchos to all our guests. So, keep your adventurous spirit alive during our excursions!

  • Depart Everyday
  • Morning  8:00 – 12:30 Lunch included at the end
  • Afternoon 13:00 -17:30 Lunch included at the beginning
  • Meeting/ Ending point: Our guide will pick you up and drop you off  at your hotel or requested location
  • Duration: 4,5 hours
Whatsapp to book 24/7! Call/WhatsApp +84(0)982416518 or  Email: info@biketourshanoi.com
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If your party exceeds 3 guests, feel free to ask about discounts

Group Tour Price: $50  $59.99  per person 
Private Tour: $69 per person
Group Tour Price without lunch: $45    per person

We also have electric bicycle option with 25USD extra

Bicycle Tours Hanoi Countryside Half Day Highlights:

Bicycle Tours Hanoi Countryside Half Day

Itinerary:

  • 8:00AM or 13:00  your tour guide  pick you up at your hotel lobby then transfer to our Bicycle store to choose suitable Bikes. Once get comfortable with your bicyle and hear a safety briefing. Then we’ll head out for our ride!
  • On the first stage of our tour we cross the Red river by Long Bien bridge  – the oldest one in Hanoi built over 100 years ago under French colonial time to enjoy the panoramic view of the Red River, watch the boats float underneath and see the green vegetable farm on the island.
  • The second stage of our tour we continue to ride to the countryside  along the Red River’s banks to take in the stunning beauty of Vietnam’s countryside and see farmers cultivating their lands. We’ll make a visit to a local family making bonsai to learn about this intricate art form and admire some of the stunning plant creations. This is a wonderful way  to learn more about local daily life and tradition, our guide will  assist us to chat with them as a translator. 
  • On the third stage of our tour, we will ride our bikes to a local wet market and taste some tropical fruits. We take a break at lotus lake to fill our thirst with sugarcane juice or some local fresh drinks.Keep cycling through dirt roads and rural villages until we arrived at Co Loa Ancient Citadel which was built in 200 BC to learn about Vietnam’s tradition of establishing and defending the country against foreign invaders of Thuc Phan An Duong Vuong.After that we will visit Hoi Phu village, which is well-known for producing broomsticks, a popular traditional craft in the Red River delta. Guests will observe talented broom makers as they create functional and beautiful broomsticks out of broom grass.
  • The final stage of our tour we’ll for lunch at a local restaurant where you can savor Hanoi’s delectable cuisine. Then get your caffeine fix with a unique Egg Coffee before getting back to your hotel. Let us share our love of Hanoi with you.

 

  • Dressing: Light and comfortable clothing and shoes. Sunscreen and sunglasses are recommended.
  • Trip style: This tour is offered on a “join-in” basis. However you can request for a private tour with small surcharge.
  • Distance: This tour includes cycling 30 km on flat roads, back-roads to the outskirts of Hanoi. Our ride will require a basic level of physical fitness and you should be comfortable with riding bicycle.
  • Tour Included: Good quality Bicycle, Helmet , Enthusiastic English speaking guide, lunch, all entrance fees & cold water, pick-up and drop-off, raincoat (if needed) , lots of fun
Where and Why Co loa?
  • Co Loa is an ancient archaeological site located about 15 kilometers northeast of Hanoi, Vietnam. It is known for its historical significance as the capital of the ancient state of Âu Lạc, which existed around the 3rd century BCE. Cổ Loa is famous for its circular citadel and its association with the legendary King An Dương Vương, who built the citadel as the center of his kingdom.
  • The Co Loa ancient Citadel is a complex of outer and inner walls, moats, and ramparts, designed in a concentric circle pattern. Nowadays only some archaeological remains, including tombs, temples, and artifacts dating back to the prehistoric and early historic periods of Vietnam.
  • Co Loa endures as a powerful emblem of Vietnamese strength and cultural heritage, acting as a vibrant repository showcasing the rhythms of daily life in the Hanoi countryside. Operating as a living museum, it sustains the essence of traditional Vietnamese wet rice farming culture, offering visitors an opportunity to immerse themselves in and appreciate this cherished aspect of the nation’s heritage.
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