Cycling Vietnam's Central Coast
On this 10 day coastal Vietnam bike tour, capture an unforgettable snapshot of Vietnam’s shoreline, challenge yourself with scenic climbs, and explore a side of Vietnam unseen by most.
- October 15 – 24
- November 5 – 14 *Confirmed
- Contact me for the full list of dates.
- Duration: 10-days
- Ride Type: Touring
- Difficulty: Active (Level 4 of 6)
- Average Daily Mileage: 37
- Price: $2,175
Cycle central Vietnam’s iconic sandy-white beaches framed by coconut palms, with the sails of junks and sampans floating on the emerald green horizon of the South China Sea. The narrowest section of this unconditionally friendly country holds an incredible number of sights to feast your eyes on, making your ride worth the effort!
Tackle the twists and turns of the Hai Van Pass and reward yourself with a view of the Marble Mountains, a haunting spot created by a cluster of 5 elemental rocks.
Bike past the paddy fields of Hoi An to encounter scenes of Vietnamese rural life. Observe the planting and harvesting techniques passed down through generations that are nearly as old as the Truong Son peaks of the area flowing down into the sea.
Remote, scenic backroads snake us through tribal and Viet villages before throwing us out onto the Hon Gom peninsular road. Here, the dazzling shore is broken up by wild sand dunes and beautiful rocky promontories jutting out into the water. And get away from it all to unwind and enjoy the seclusion of Whale Island for a well-deserved rest at journey’s end.
DAY 1 – Meet in Hue
DAY 2 – Hue – Lang Co
DAY 3 – Lang Co – Hoi An
DAY 4 – Hoa An – My Son – Hoi An
DAY 5 – Hoi An – Quang Ngai
DAY 6 – Quang Ngai – Qui Nhan
DAY 7 – Dieu Tri – Tuy Hoa
DAY 8 – Tuy Hoa – Whale Island
DAY 9 – Whale Island Rest Day
DAY 10 – Whale Island – Nha Trang
- Explore the historical city of Hue (Nguyen Dynasty)
- Ride to Marble Mountains (5 elements)
- Tour Hoi An (Faifo), a major trading port in 17th & 18th centuries
- Visit ancient center of My Son
- Hoi An food markets
- Visit My Lai’s temple, memorial, and museum
- Cycle the coast past rice paddy fields, salt flats, & fishing villages
- Swim at Dai Lanh Beach
- Boat ride to Whale Island resort
- Snorkeling or scuba diving
- SpiceRoads jersey
- Water bottle
- Support vehicle
- Meals (as indicated)
- Snacks and drinks
Cycling the central coast of Vietnam was exceptional. The cultural experience topped all other tours I’ve experienced and the cycling was extensive. It was the tour of a lifetime.
– Caroline B