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Cycle Vietnam CVN

Visiting: Vietnam
Tour Duration 14 Days
  • Picturesque farmland
  • Sunrise at Ha Long Bay
  • Local guide demonstrating the Cu Chi tunnels
  • Fishing in Hoi An
  • Exploring Hue
  • Tour Style: Classic
  • Tour Type: Small Groups
  • Tour Comfort: Standard
  • Cycling Grade: Easy
 

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10 Jennifer Winter, 11/04/14

What was the highlight or most memorable moment of your tour?

Vietnam was different in so many ways but my lasting memory will be the people open, honest and very friendly. They were all so very welcoming and will to help you. I also loved their sense of fun and humour.

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8 John, 25/02/13

What was the highlight or most memorable moment of your tour?

The overnight train journey from Hue to Hanoi.  It was a couple of days before the Tete New Year holiday and the whole of Vietnam was on the move.  The train was packed and there was a family of 9 on the bottom two bunks.  But we got on so well that the journey passed in a flash.

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10 Tony, 17/01/13

What was the highlight or most memorable moment of your tour?

An extraordinary but invaluable element was the almost complete absence of other tourists, often we would arrive at a temple or site and there would seem to be only a couple of other tourists there. Even in bustling Hoi An and  to the envy of onlooking tourists we sailed with our bikes to a neighbouring island which was solely occupied by local people.

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10 Barbara Beccati, 15/09/12

What was the highlight or most memorable moment of your tour?

There were several memorable moments in my cycling tout. If I really have to choose only one of them I will say the water puppets show: it was completely unexpected, amazing. The performer, the people in the village, the children... everything was perfect.

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0 Mary, 19/12/11
This was a fantastic trip and one I would recommend to anybody who is thinking about it and go ahead and book it sooner rather than later whilst Vietnam is still largely untouched by mass tourism and all inclusive resorts. The itinerary was extremely varied offering magical insights into rural Vietnam which by cycling you felt you were really entering the spirit of the country. The cycling was not arduous, mainly flat and the sights you were witnessing were well worth the energy spent. Admittedly weather is hot and humid so need plenty of water, bikes were very goood quality, perhaps take a gel saddle seat with you.  The traffic in the cities is daunting, but most of the cycling is along rural routes. We saw so many sights it is difficult to mention highlights, but the boat trip around  the fascinating World Heritage site of Halong Bay, the rural bike rides to remote villages who supplied us with lunches and village entertainment, the colourful markets of Hoi An and the vibrancy of both Hanoi and Saigon remain with me. It is a country of contrasts where one feels the Communist influences in the north giving away to capitalism as you travel southwards and one is always mindful of the terrible suffering this beautiful country endured in the recent war. The people are warm, friendly, eager to please and are immensely proud of what they have achieved within their country and their spirit of unity.  As a group we were bonded together by the amazing experiences we were sharing and were led through the country by an extremely competent and knowledgeable local guide. (CVN - 10th July 2011)
 
 
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