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Cycling Hue to Hoian – follow the Word Heritage Site road. Cycle around Hue tombs, then we bike along the beautiful countryside of central Vietnam, view daily life of fishermen on LangCo lagoon. Overnight in LangCo beach. Next day we conquer the famous pass in the cloud – HaiVan pass – enjoy tail wind along the coastline to Hoian ancient town.
Day by Day
Day 1. Cycling around Hue countryside and on to LangCo beach.
Day 2. Cycling up HaiVan pass and on to DaNang and HoiAn.
Day 1. Hue to LangCo. (Bf, Lunch)
We will cycle along the tranquil Perfume river to the Citadel and to the peaceful Thien Mu Pagoda. Then we head south of perfume river to see an ancient bridge ThanhToan, a nice coverred bridge set up in a local countryside market. A kicking off 50km from Hue to VinhHien estuary, lots of family chapels, fishing villages a long the coast line. We have lunch break and swim at VinhHien beach. Then back to the main highway for PhuocTuong pass.
Stage 2 will be a flat from PhuocTuong pass to Chanmay beach and on a nice countryside road to picturesque Lang Co beach where we spend overnight here. Cycling distance : 60 ~ 85km.
Day 2. Cycling up HaiVan pass and to Hoian (Bf, Lunch)
After breakfast, we cycle a long LapAn lagoon, this is a beautiful road with local fish farms as welll as rice fields. Then we head straight to HaiVan pass. A 7 mile ascent of the pass with stunning views of the coast and a thrilling 7-mile descent from the top to the green rice fields around Danang. We stop for visit a Cham sculpture museum in town, then we ride along the beaches to CuaDai and to Hoi An. End of tour in HoiAn ancient town.
Maximum distance will be ~ 74 km today, however you may use the van support for big hill.
See the full ride here http://connect.garmin.com/activity/69228151
Tour Price & What Include
Single supplement: 815.000 vnd (US$ 35).
Not including: Insurance, personal expenses.
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Here is a clip of Cycling Hue to Hoian, stage one from Hue city to Thanh Toan wooden bridge, south of Hue.