Cycle to TraVinh – CanTho – RachGia – PhuQuoc Island – 4 days

Cycle from Ho Chi Minh to RachGia. This peaceful,tropical paradise floats in the warm turquoise waters in the Gulf of Thailand, 50 km from the Vietnamese mainland and a 50 minuteflight from Ho Chi Minh City. Visitors experience the culture of Vietnam by starting their day visiting the local market in the morning, relax on the remote PhuQuoc’s beach in the afternoon, enjoy delicious dinner and drinks in the evening, and end the day by staying in one of our hotels or resorts on this superb island getaway.Open year-round, the peak season is from November to March. PhuQuoc is becoming well known for stunning beaches, untouched natural environment, an easy going atmosphere, friendly locals, and fantastic scuba diving and snorkeling. Most of PhuQuoc Island is a protected national parkand marine environment.  PhuQuoc will give you a memorable experience, with plenty of exciting activities and places to visit to keep you and the family entertained during your stay.

Road surfaces : dirty trails, paths, red roads, asphalt back roads

Cycling distance : 190 -250  km

Day 1: Sai Gon – Tra Vinh (L/D) (45-55 km)

Day 2: Tra Vinh – Can Tho (B/LD/) (60-80 km)

Day 3: Can Tho- Rach Gia (B/L/) (55-90 km)

Day 4: Rach Gia-Phu Quoc Island by high speeds boat (B)

Day 1: Sai Gon – Tra Vinh (L/D) (45-55 km)
Pick up from your hotel in saigon and transfer by van/bus for 2 hours on the freeway to Mo Cay, Ben Tre province, where we will cycle through coconut gardens to remote villages. Stop for coffee break where you can take a walk around to experience locals in their daily activities. Then continue to cycle on nice concrete roads to Huong My village where we will have a picnic lunch. After lunch, we cycle on red-dirt roads through the homeland of coconuts to a local boat station and cross the Co Chien river. After 30 minutes on the boat, we cycle another 7 km to the city of Tra Vinh. Overnight in Town.

Day 2: Tra Vinh – Can Tho (B/LD/) (60-80 km)
Tra Vinh is considered the homeland to Khmer and there are numerous Khmer temples in the province. The population of Khmer is around 35%. In the morning, we ride to the Ba Om Lake (“Ao Ba Om”) and the temple of Ba Om. Your guide will tell you about in interesting story regarding Khmer men and the lady Ba Om. Continue riding to the rural villages of Khmer, ride on concrete roads through rice fields, stop to visit local Khmer families and take some photos of Buddhist Theravada temple. Have lunch at Cau Ke town. In the afternoon, get back on your bike and ride to Tra On; then, keep riding on back roads to Binh Minh. Then, transfer by van/bus to  Can Tho city.

Day 3: Can Tho- Rach Gia (B/L/) (55-90 km)
Have breakfast at hotel and check out. Take a boat ride to Cai Rang floating market. Disembark from your boat for another land market where you could find all kinds of farm products here. Ride to Phong Dien, ride past its unique floating market, with many little boats and row boats exchanging goods every day. Then follow a dirt track through country villages to Vi Thanh city. Enjoy lunch in town, continue riding to Giong Rieng and transfer to Rach Gia in late afternoon.

Day 4: Rach Gia-Phu Quoc Island by high speeds boat (B)
Have breakfast at the hotel, a short transfer to the boat station and the 9:00 am high speed boat ride to Phu Quoc Island. End of services.

 

Tour Price : Contact us

Departure Dates : Daily

Group Sizes : 2 to 10 Travelers

Tour Inclusive :
* Support transport by A/C mini van, bus, truck

* Trek & Giant MTB, helmets, spare parts, aid kits, tool kits

* Entrance fees ,boat trip and High speed boat to Phu Quoc

* B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner as mentioned in the tour itinerary

* For daily cycling only: Water, snacks, fresh fruits, wet towels

*Accommodation

* Experienced English speaking bike guides

Tour Exclusive :

* Travel insurance

* Other personal expenses

* Drinks at restaurants

* Accommodation in Ho Chi Minh city

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