Highlights of Central Vietnam Bike Tour

  • Indulge in the history, culture and cuisine of Vietnam at Hué where your leisurely Vietnam bike tour begins
  • Discover why Hoi An is considered to be an outstanding UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Energize you mind, body and soul in the serene hills, springs, beaches and islands of Lang Co

A bike tour from Hue to Hoi An taking in the coastal route of Vietnam. Pristine and untouched sceneries on earth, Vietnam is sure to leave you wonderstruck.

  • Duration

    6 days / 5 nights

  • Start / End

    Hue, Vietnam / Hoi An, Vietnam

  • Price

    As per your size of group, accommodation, time of year you travel

  • Local Specialist

    Ms Ly from Saigon, Vietnam

  • Hotels

    Casual or Premiere Inns

  • Riding Style

    Easy to Active Rider


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Brief Itinerary

* with shuttle
DayPlacePremiere InnsCasual InnsDuration~ Cycling Distance
1 – 2HuePilgrimage VillageThe Scarlet250km / 30mi
3Lang CoAngsanaLang Co Beach160km / 36mi
4 – 5Hoi AnAnantaraHoi An Chic250km / 30mi
50km / 30mi

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Hué

The UNESCO World Heritage town of Hué will be your gateway to Vietnam. On arrival, check in to your hotel and rest after which your Trip Leader will meet you and brief you. We will then get you set up for your Central Vietnam bike tour after which you can explore Hué at the edge of the Perfume River. We get on the bicycle for a leisurely ride around the imperial town of Hué. The ride takes you past the Citadel and the merchant’s houses through quiet lanes with lush gardens. This is your first tryst with Vietnamese way of life. So shed your inhibitions and do as the locals do as Hué offers plenty of opportunities for those who wish to explore this town’s culinary, cultural and historic treats.

Meals: Dinner

Distance cycled: ~ 25km / 15mi

Day 2: Hué

Explore the ‘purple city’ on a short countryside loop on a bike, swerving to untreaded nooks and corners through the beautiful rural countryside and absorbing this historic capital city of Vietnam at your own pace.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Distance cycled: ~ 40km / 24mi

Day 3: Lang Co

We begin to pick up the pace at this point of your Central Vietnam bike tour, that means you will get to cycle more today. We bid adieu to Hué and head towards the coast of Lang Co where fishing villages are nestled along the beach that is spread out over forested hills with gurgling streams.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Distance cycled: 65km / 40mi

Day 4: Hoi An

Take the bikes for a ride to Hai Van Pass (500m), past the villages of the surrounding countryside. This is the most scenic view and longest Pass in the central Vietnam. Enjoy Hai Van mountain and admire stupendous views.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Distance cycled: 55km / 33mi

Day 5: Hoi An – My Son – Hoi An

We take a short transfer to get out of the busy city and later take a ride to My Son world heritage. Admire the peak culture of Cham people during 4th to 13th century. Visit the world heritage recognized by UNESCO.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Distance cycled: 50km / 30mi

Day 6: Departure 

Meals: Breakfast

Your leaders will help with your onward travel.


Ms Ly

Ms Ly

From Saigon, Vietnam

I have always had an interest in travel and discovering new places, meeting new people and experiencing different cultures. The experience offered on a bike cannot be matched by touring in a car or bus. By seeing the countryside on two wheels, we are able to immerse ourselves in the culture, feel the wind in our face and see what village life is like as we ride through it.


from our friends

We really enjoyed the Hue to Hoi An cycle trip. I found the company online, and they were quick to respond to my emails, and incredibly helpful. Our guide Tony was superb throughout the trip, giving us interesting information, cycling at just the right speed, making sure the trip was tailored to us in terms of the distance, and making sure we always had enough water 🙂 Our driver Chot was also super smiley and helpful. The cycle routes were great, we got out into the countryside which was beautiful and cycling up the Hai Van pass gives you awesome views. Overall, I would highly recommend this trip.