Mai Chau Valley, Cuc phuong National Park
Image supplied by Green Trail Tours
Itinerary: HaNoi - Hoa Binh - Mai Chau Village - Cuc phuong National park - Tam Coc - Ninh Binh - Bai Dinh pagoda Tour- Trang An cave- Hanoi
ItineraryDay 1 : HaNoi - Hoa Binh - Mai Chau Village ( 150km )Day 2 : Mai chau - Cuc phuong National park ( 120 km )Day 3 : Cuc Phuong national park - Tam Coc ( 80 km)Day 4 : Ninh Binh - Bai Dinh pagoda Tour- Trang An cave- HanoiDetail ItineraryDay 1: HaNoi - Hoa Binh - Mai Chau Village ( 150km )Arrive to Hoa Binh, Cycling to Maichau. ItÔøΩÔøΩ_s a nice drive past many minority villages as we climb a higher area. We pass coffee and tea plantations before arriving in the late afternoon to Mai chau, Thai Hill tribe village. Over night home stay in Thai people's stilt houseDay 2 : Mai chau - Cuc phuong National park ( 120 km )After breakfast transfer to Man Duc, full day cycling from Man Duc to -Nho Quan Cuc phuong national park on the local roads A bus stand by with group. Overnight in Cuc Phuong national park.Day 3 : Cuc Phuong national park - Tam Coc ( 80 km)At am: visit Endangered Primate Rescue Center, bus take group to the central of park, cycling along the forest road, through the primitive xedap9jungle (our exclusive route without any other tourists), to gate of the national park, continue to-Tam Coc, boat trip in Tam Coc, transfer to Ninh Binh city. vernight in Ninh binh hotel.Day 4 : Ninh Binh - Bai Dinh pagoda Tour- Trang An cave- HanoiBai Dinh is also famous for its record-breaking works, such as the three statues of Buddha in the past, present and future weighing 50 tons per statue in Tam The temple, a Buddha statue weighing 100 tons in Phap Chu temple and two bells weighing 36 tons and 27 tons.The pagoda, which is only five kilometers away from two popular tourism destinations of Hoa Lu, the ancient capital of Vietnam from 968 to 1010 and the Trang An cave area, could become the center for tourism of Ninh Binh Province when it is completed.Lunch and return Hanoi by van . Finsish your wonderous tripWhat to bring : Roads in Vietnam can be rough in sections, and more minor roads are often dirt tracks. However, for most of the main routes, the surface is good enough for almost any type of bike, except perhaps for the lightest of road bikes. Even the paved roads can be a bit muddy so donÔøΩÔøΩ_t forget your mudguards.Bike repair shops are around in nearly every town, but they often do not have the tools for western bikes. Local bikes are usually poor quality and are not recommended for touring. Bring a basic toolkit or multitool and some spare spokes, along with a cracker/chain whip for repairing driveside spokes. Regular touring or road tyres are sufficient for most of the country.Note on client safetyWe reserve the right to deviate from this itinerary for any reasons, including road and weather conditions, frequency of visits to a village, or for any other factor which may influence client safety.
- 4 Days
- Tour Language:
- Cost From:
- USD 592
Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: Available
English Speaking tour leader (other languages upon requests)
All accommodations base on twin-share at hotel, guesthouse and Home stay.etcÔøΩÔøΩ_
Meals detailed in the itinerary
A/C transfers and transportation.
Sightseeing excursions as outlined in itinerary
Pump, bike tools, spares tubes.
Mineral water drinking.
Travel insurance and bike helmet (compulsory)
Items of a personal nature
Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks
Mineral water beyond that supplied
Additional transport required due to any emergency situation
Personal expenses such as telephone and laundry bills
Mountain bicycle (Bike Hire )
Tipping for guiding
Report an Error