Just about 2kms away from central Hanoi, this program can bring you to get out of the noisy, crowded city to feel the true countryside of this land! Challenge yourselves and explore the wild beauty of nature and the local life of Hanoi
We pick you up from your hotel at our bicycle garage in Hanoi’s Old Quarter. Then, we start the tour by riding out of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, heading onto Long Bien bridge (which is one of Hanoi’s symbols & legacies built 1899-1902 during the French colonization period), you have a chance to hear, see, take photos and understand about this construction.
After that, the guide will instruct & help you move slowly from the bridge to the ground (it’s an extremely thrilling moment while you’re stepping down on a very high slope). You have about 2 hours experiencing biking on the tranquil trail through the forest of bananas, the field of different vegetables and sometimes, you meet some of the Vietnamese farmers and their simple houses along the legendary Red river.
After the time riding along the “Amazone Vietnam”, The tour continues towards the most romantic path – the Westlake (which belongs to Tay Ho district) where you can see the picturesque landscape of Hanoi and along its surrounding path with lots of historic temples/ pagodas, and the final place is that we can stop at one of them to visit and know about the religious site or traditional belief of Vietnamese.
By the midday/late afternoon, you will have one traditional Vietnamese meal -Lunch/Diner for a happy belly. After relaxing, the remaining time, you can enjoy the clean air of the Westlake before biking back home on the way through the area of Ho Chi Minh’s complex (Presidential palace, Ba Dinh square, Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum, The Parliament House.).
Finally, we will ride our bicycle back to the garage and then, we drop you off at your hotel. Thank you very much for a great journey with us!
Inclusions & Exclusions
- Our schedule is subject to change without notice due to different factors
- Tourists obey all the instructions from the tour guide (or our company) for safety regulations of your and the company’s property. If tourists intentionally do not follow the instructions and regulations of the tour, we will not be responsible for any unexpected circumstance.