Mai Chau and Moc Chau Off-Roads Biking Tour 5Days
This tour offers real challenging all mountain bike, some technical on off road riding , hard climb on day1 and day2. A wonderful opportunity to experience the traditional and varied lifestyles of the people of this spectacular country. Only 4 days tour but have off-road, single track and asphalt pave biking
Our Mai Chau – Moc Chau cycling tour is a great combination among the famous classic attractions, outdoor activities and the untouched scenery. While Mai Chau has long been a famous stop-over for traveler on the way to the Northwest Vietnam, Moc Chau is an ideal stop for outdoor discovery activities as it is blessed with fresh and cool air, off-the-beaten trails though huge abundant fruit and flower farms as well as friendly and hospitable ethnic locals. Furthermore, specially designed for those who keen on the “two-wheels”, the cycling tour is an ideal choice to explore the beauty and hidden charms of the Northwest Region.
Challenging yourself when cycling along the twisting mountain passes to reach a spectacular valley and plateau in the northwest mountainous region of Vietnam;
Experiencing the daily life of minority ethnics groups and enjoying their meals with specialties;
Riding off-the-beaten trails to come up with the friendly hosts and hidden charm of the are
Day1: Hanoi – Mai Chau (67 km) (Meal: L, D)
Transfer to Man Duc. 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.
Over night home stay in Maichau of Thai minority people
Day 2:Mai Chau – Mocchau. (+- 80km ) (Meal: B, L, D)
After breakfast riding 16 km to Baixang then continue in the off road to MocChau withour car stand by. ( +-60 km off road, 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 15 km strength-sapping climb. We finish the day with a stunning descend on road to Moc Chau hotel.
Dinner and overnight in Hotel
Day 3:Moc Chau- Maichau (+- 65km ) (Meal: B, L, D)
We start riding from Hotel with 10 km from Moc Chau to HuaTat pass. Then we cycling down hill on the jeep track ( +- 45km) to Bai Xang, one of the most beautiful terrace rice field in Vietnam. After a local lunch take to the bikes and ride along a mix of dirt tracks and tarmac trails through Thai village and across rice paddies .
Overnight in MaiChau
Day 4: MaiChau – PuLuong (+- 55km ) Meal: B, L, D)
After breakfast riding to Co Luong then continue in the off road to Kho Muong withour car stand by. ( +-36 km off road, single track ), making this a day not to be forgotten. We cycle past rice fields and bananas plantations as we pass through small minority villages of Muong and Thai. There are two hard climbs today the first starts after 1 km with a 3 km ascent but the second, and most challenging comes at the end of this stunning day, with an 5 km strength-sapping climb. We finish the day with a stunning descend on a winding trail into Kho Muong village.
Dinner and homestay in Kho Muong village of Thai minority people
Day 5: KhoMuong-Pho Doan- Canh Nang (+- 30km ) (Meal: B, L, D)
We Cycling down hill on the single track ( +- 15km) to Pho Doan, one of the most beautiful terrace rice field in Vietnam. After a local lunch take to the bikes and ride along a mix of dirt tracks and tarmac trails through Thai village and across rice paddies . The biking follows a river gradually upstream, though the ride appears flat. Driving to Hanoi, end of service in Hotel in Hanoi.
English speaking local guide
Accommodations in hotels, home stays and local hotel around trip as mention
Meals as mention with B= breakfast, L= Lunch, D= dinner
Sightseeing and activities as noted in the itinerary
Additional guides where necessary
Entrance fees and permits
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.).