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Haan Kiem Lake, Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi

Hanoi Holidays

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Vietnam Adventure

Hanoi
14 Days from USD 1,965
USD 1,880

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Join an expert tour leader to explore Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and the best of everything in between

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Cycling Vietnam

Hanoi
14 Days from USD 2,542
USD 2,170

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Enjoy the best of Vietnam on two wheels

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Chopsticks & Coconuts Family Holiday

Hanoi
14 Days from USD 2,848
USD 2,580

Experience Vietnam from north and south

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Trails of Vietnam

Hanoi
14 Days from USD 2,775

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

On foot, in the saddle, with paddle – actively discover the length of Vietnam!

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Cycling Vietnam – Premium Adventure

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Vietnam
14 Days from USD 4,800

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Uncover the best of Vietnam cycling from south to north

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Vietnam & Angkor- Premium Adventure

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Cambodia
14 Days from USD 4,798
USD 4,560

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

The best of Vietnam plus the Angkor temple of Cambodia

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Vietnam & Cambodia Highlights

Hoi An, Vietnam
12 Days from USD 3,523
USD 3,360

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Experience the highlights of Vietnam & Cambodia

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Highlights of Vietnam

Hanoi
10 Days from USD 2,082
USD 1,830

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Rural and cultural highlights of Vietnam 

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Hidden Vietnam: Sapa & Beyond

Hanoi
13 Days from USD 2,775

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

From Sapa to Ho Chi Minh City; uncover the treasures of Vietnam

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This review is written in the context of being a regular cyclist and having cycled with Exodus “Coast to Coast India” and “Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama”.
This trip definitely ranks third in that list. Vietnam is a long, thin country, with 1000+ miles from HCM to Hanoi – it is unclear on what basis the 320 cycling miles on this trip were chosen. Many days the routes are long and featureless, the riding punctuated by aggressive air horns from passing lorries. Some days felt like cycling for cycling sake – starting at a random point out of town, and finishing somewhere equally random.
Long periods on the bus.
That said the segments of cycling along quiet backroads, through traditional fishing villages etc was delightful.
Days are full on – early breakfast and start and late arrivals into destinations leaving very limited chance to appreciate the towns and facilities.
The stops at Whale Island, Hoi An were a welcome relief. The trip to Ha Long Bay at the end was superb.

Keith Sexton Cycling Vietnam

We had not done an adventure family holiday before and were unsure as to what to expect. Any anxieties were very quickly dispelled and we had a memorable 14 days discovering Vietnam from north to south. The schedule was paced so that we had time to recover from flights and travelling. The heat took some getting used to. Our tour guide said that Vietnam has two types of weather, hot and hotter, so don’t pack a jumper! There were five other families on the tour and we all got along really well. Our tour guide Huyen Nguyen made sure everything went smoothly and imparted her in depth knowledge of Vietnam giving us context and descriptions of her beautiful country. The tour was a mix of activities from rickshaws in Hanoi, Cooking classes in Hoi An and relaxing at Whale island. We didn’t really get into the history of the “American War” until late into the tour which was good, because Vietnam is so much more than its history! The Vietnamese people were warm, welcoming and generous. It is also helpful that English is spoken widely and quite well, which is useful as the Vietnamese language is very difficult to understand. The food was really tasty and we enjoyed the Ban-mi in particular. One final note, the Hotels were really good, particularly the Sincerity Hotel in Hoi An which has a very good swimming pool.

Gareth Jones Chopsticks & Coconuts Family Holiday

We booked 2 trips to run together. Booking them intially was difficult as the agent couldn’t grasp what we were trying to do and kept quoting the wrong direction and got confused over airports. As a result we ended up flying from London as it was easiest for him to understand. Questions were left unanswered and at no time was it acknowldged that we were doing the 2 trips as one. The final hotel of the last trip was supposed to be the same as the first of this but in fact we had to move to a different hotel. Overall an good trip was let down by the UK support team.

Michael Millar Cycling Vietnam