HANOI CITY & RED RIVER DELTA CYCLING TOUR
Join us on this eco-friendly, exciting and fun journey through unknown parts of Hanoi and the Red River Delta. Experience Real Local Life while we cycle along beautiful tree-lined streets, passing some of the major city’s highlights and through narrow alleys and hidden backyards in areas that you cannot find in any Vietnamese Travel Guide.
You’ll be surprised how peaceful and quiet it is when we take you to the Red River Delta. It is a totally different world here with an abundance of vegetable gardens and banana plantations.
There is no better way to experience Hanoi!
The given price is based on 2 people and up. For private single tour the price is $35
Morning tour from 8am till 12pm – Afternoon tour from 1.30pm am till 5.30pm
We meet up at 7:45 or 11:45 at our office at 24 Hang Buom Street and after a brief introduction of the trip and safety instructions on how to navigate safely through Hanoi on a bicycle, we set off towards the famous Street Murals, along the Train Street.
On this cycling tour we furthermore take you through the most interesting parts and markets of the Old Quarter and move on towards the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum area where we will take narrow-car-free-alleys to hidden backyards so you can get a real feel of how life has been here for centuries.
We cycle along beautiful tree-lined streets and take in the fresh air around the West Lake area, Tran Quoc Pagoda and Truc Bach Lake.
Experience how tranquil and peaceful it is just 5-minutes from the buzzling Old Quarter of Hanoi when we cycle on narrow roads through impressive banana plantations and vegetable gardens on Banana Island that cover the fertile grounds of the Red River Delta. The noisy city suddenly seems very far away…
We finish the trip while cycling back through the Old Quarter.
This will for sure be a trip you’ll treasure for a long time!
- Comfortable bikes, perfect for use in the city
- Water and drinks along the way
- Rain poncho if needed
- Entrance and sightseeing fees, if applicable
- English speaking cycling guide
- Tips and personal expenses
- Travel insurance
- All not indicated in our itinerary
- Booking voucher from us
- Cash for personal expense
Especially for the north and central Vietnam;
In the period between November and April, the weather is variable, from sunny to cold and rainy. It is advisable during this period to bring some rain gear with some warmer clothes. In the period from April to November, it is good to pack a hat with a wide brim, sunscreen (at least SPF15) and a reliable insect repellent. A thin rain poncho is useful all year round.
Get Up And Go Vietnam does everything to make your trip an unforgettable experience. Unfortunately, we have no control over weather conditions. Our apologies for that!
What do I need to know?
During the period March to November it will good to pack your swimming gear, a towel, a wide-brimmed hat, sunscreen (at least SPF15), a reliable insect repellent, toiletries, a camera and lots of batteries. Warm clothing for the cooler months of November to March are advised. How much luggage can I take? Your vehicle has limited space so please keep your luggage to a maximum of 15kgs in a backpack or soft over-night bag and include a small day pack to hand carry for easy access to camera, sunscreen, water etc. Inhibitions can be left in the luggage storage rooms at your hotel with your other unwanted baggage.
Get Up and Go Vietnam is doing all possible to make your journey and travel experience an unforgettable one. Weather conditions, we unfortunately cannot control. Our apologies for that!