Mai Chau wilderness mountain bike
Day 1 HaNoi – Moc Chau (47 km) (Meal: L, D)
Transfer to Hoa Binh. Start riding ,It’s a fascinating drive past many minority villages as we climb onto a higher plateau. We ride pass coffee and tea plantations before arriving in the Baixang for lunch. Afternoon continue cycling to MaiChau village. Driving to Mochau.
Over night in hotel in Moc Chau
Day 2: Moc Chau- Mai Chau (+- 50km ) (Meal: B, L, D)
After breakfast driving 16 km, then continue in the off road to Mai Chau without car stand by. ( +-40 km off road, single track,car track ), making this a day not to be forgotten. We cycle past rice fields. There are two hard climbs today the first starts after 17 km with a 3 km ascent but the second, and most challenging comes at the end of this stunning day, with an 4 km strength-sapping climb. We finish the day with a stunning descend on road to Mai Chau .
Dinner and home stay in Mai Chau
Day 3: Mai Chau- Pu Luong- Hanoi (+- 35km ) (Meal: B, L)
We start driving from village with 20 km to Pu Luong pass. Then we cycling down hill on the jeep track, single track ( +- 25km) one of the most beautiful terrace rice field in Vietnam. After a biking and ride along a mix of dirt tracks and tarmac trails through Thai village and across rice paddies to Pho Doan. Transfer to Cam Thuy where we have lunch and return to Hanoi by car. Arrival Hanoi around 6 Pm, end of service.
Daily departure group tours maximum 8 people
520 USD/person single booking
400 USD/person , two people booking
- English speaking local cycling guide
- Accommodations as mention on itinerary as home stay, one night hotel
- Meals as noted B= breakfast,L=lunh, D=dinner.
- Water for cycling drink
- Snack with cookies, and banana
- Sightseeing and activities as noted in the itinerary.
- 100% ground transportation by mini bus on road and by motorbike on off road.
- Basic medical.
- Cannondale front suspension bike hire
- International airfare; meals not noted on itinerary; Vietnam visa; insurance other than basic medical ; optional tipping to leader, guides and local staff; excess baggage charges; international airport taxes; cost of medical immunizations; items of a personal nature (alcoholic beverages, laundry, etc.).