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VIEW VIETNAM CYCLING TOURS:

Saigon to Hanoi 17D/16N

Bangkok to Saigon 15D/14N

Hanoi to Hoi An 13D/12N

Hanoi to Luang Prabang 11D

Hanoi to Kontum Highland 10D

Angkor to Saigon 10D/9N

Hanoi to Dien Bien Phu 7D/6N

Nhatrang to Hue Imperial 6D

Meandering Mekong Delta 5D

Saigon to Cantho 4D/3N

Saion to Vung Tao Beach 3D

Saigon to Nam Catien Park 2D

Ho Chi Minh Mytho Full Day

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Indochina Bike Tour 21D/20N

Cambodia Explorer 16D/15N

Bangkok to Saigon 15D/14N

Cambodia Cycling Challenge 13D/12N

Cambodia Adventure 12D/11N

Angkor to Pakse(Laos) 11D

Cambodia Discovery 10D/9N

Angkor to Saigon 10D/9N

Southern Adventure 8D/7N

Bangkok to Angkor 8D/7N

Angkor to Sihanouk Ville 8D/7N

Phnom Penh to Angkor 6D/5N

Angkor Adventure 6D/5N

Angkor Cycling Back Roads 5D

Angkor Cycling & Trekking 4D

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CYCLING SAIGON TO VUNG TAO BEACH BREAK 3DAYS/ 2 NIGHTS

Ho Coc is a small beach community located in Vietnam's Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, in Xuyen Moc district. It is situated about 125 kilometers South East of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). Ho Coc’s waters and beach are pristine and undeveloped and are only rivaled in beauty and charm by the nearby Ho Tram beach.

The trip to Ho Coc takes only about 2 hours from HCMC by car or 90 minutes via the ferry from HCMC to Vung Tau. Ho Coc Beach is expected to follow the development of Ho Tram beach to become a major resort destination in the South of Vietnam

Ho Co Beach is mentioned by the Lonely Planet guide and is described as a "remote and beautiful Beach with golden sands backed by dunes and clear waters which along with the lack of development, make it a draw – particularly on weekdays, when you’ll have the beach largely to yourself".

Also notable in the area apart from the Binh Chau Hot Springs is a 11, 000-hectare rainforest that was designated as a nature reserve in 1975. Most of the larger wildlife was exterminated or moved for safety reasons (most of the elephants were sent to Thailand), but plenty of birds and monkeys can be spotted in the forest.
  • Brief Itinerary:
Day1: Saigon - Binh Chau (60km+ cycling) (L)
Pick up and transfer out of Ho Chi Minh 1.5hours. Ride from Tan Thanh to Ngai Giao.
Picnic lunch on the way. Then to Xuyen Moc and Binh Chau Hot Spring where to have mudbath. Overnight in Binh Chau.


Day2: Binh Chau - Ho coc - Long Hai - Vung Tau (70km+cycling) (B,L)
After having breakfast, cycling along the coast to Long Hai. Keep riding to Vung Tau beach city. Overnight in Vung Tau.


Day3: Vung Tau - Ba Ria - Long Son - Ho Chi Minh city (20km+cycling) (B,L)
Free half morning at leisure on beach. Bike along the coast then climb up to Nho mounttain to enjoy the sea view on the top from inside Jesus statue arm. Lunch in Vung Tau city. Transfer to Long Son to visit the Long House and local beliefs. Then back to Hcm city.



TOUR INFORMATION
Tour Cost Please contact: info@cambodiacycling.com
Single room supplement: USD60 (3* stars hotel)
Departure Dates Guaranteed departures everyday with a minimum group of 2 adults.
Total Distance 150 kilometers
Number of cycling days 2 full-days and 1 half-day
Bike Rental USD50 (Trek or Giant) extra charge
Road Surface Flat , offroads, no traffic, evergreen fruit gardens, almost easy to ride.
Support All buses with A/C and experienced Driver, one 16 seats regarding group size of less 6; one 25 seats of less 12 or two 16 seats regarding group size of less 12
Group Size Minimum 2. Maximum 15.
Biking guide Experienced English speaking-biking guides with enthusiastic, friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Biking guides are first aid qualified and can maintain bikes. Their role is to deliver a safe and enjoyable tour to the clients, they manage the group, co-ordinate the driver and support vehicle, buy snacks and fruit along the way, look out for clients needs. They are cultural guides as well as pure biking…
Accommodation 3 stars hotel based on sharing room
Food Included (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner).
Entrance fees Included
Boat & ferry No
Snacks, fresh fruits, water Provided (daily)
Safety Our people take the best cares & safety for your trip.The first aid kits are provided, one doctor for group size of 16 paxes up.
Photo taking You can stop wherever you want for 'Kodak moment'!
Cycling pace
Are you a beginner or professional biker? we all care with our best efforts to make your trip superb. Enjoy your riding speed from 10km per hour up to as many more as you can.
Climate Rainy season from May to end of October, dry season is the rest of the year; we bike all year round while raincoat is standby in the rain season.
What is not included Travel insurance, personal expenses, alcoholic drinks, flight ticket to/from Vietnam, visa to Vietnam...and what is not mentioned as above itinerary


Notice: We can arrange additional customized trips for you if the above itinerary does not match your expectations.

Please advise us of your passport details for visa processing at least 15 days working days in advance. The tour price does not include personal insurance so we highly you to take your own insurance before your departure for our cycling trip covering the cost of medical evacuation by air. And you will need a passport valid for six month and appropriate visas to enter our countries.

View Feedback About This Trip:

Hello Socheat,

Yes, the weather is cold here, and from what we have heard we missed a lot of colder weather when we were in Cambodia.

We both agree that our trip was excellent.  The hotels and food was better that we expected.  I think that Cambodia has a great future as a cycling destination.  There was really nothing that we would like to have had differently.  Maybe, just a few tips:

-        Offer the cold beers at the end of the day as part of the service.  Customer pays for the beer, of course.  A lot of people will not use that service, but the ones that like a cold beer at the end of the day, before a shower, will really appreciate it.
-        Mention that free wireless Internet is available in almost all hotels.  That is more & more important, and just might induce some unsure people to go.
-        If the weather is always as good as it was on our trip, then I would emphasize that in your web site.  That is probable the most important reason why Europeans go to SE Asia in the winter.
-        Also highlight how many  people in Cambodia speak English.  That is a big advantage over Thailand & Vietnam.

It is a little early now, but when we plan our trip next winter, we will certainly think of Cambodia and your company as an alternative.

Hope you have a good season and thanks for all of the effort that you put into making our trip so enjoyable.  It is really good that you can enjoy a beer with your clients.  That makes for a good atmosphere.

Tim & Marika McGettigan (American & German)
Date: 19 January to 11 February 2010
(Indochina Bike Tour) & Vung Tau Beach Extension

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