NHA TRANG COUNTRYSIDE BIKING TOUR
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After breakfast, our experienced tour guide with Sign Tag will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the commencement site, Am Chua Temple. Arrive at Am Chua temple and have a 30-minute tour around the grounds.
Continue riding through the vast rice fields of Dien Dien and along the Cai River. Biking on trails: exploring the countryside and crossing the Vinh Phuong bridge. This bridge connects two communities, with lush fields and an ancient clay house close to coconut trees, areca trees, water wells, and bamboo groves, on which farmers labor with buffaloes and ploughs.
Continue on the route from here to reach Vinh Ngoc Ancient Home: 200 years ago, 5 generations lived in the house. Stop in for a cup of tea and fresh fruit and lunch in the lovely garden at this historical residence. Following that, you’ll continue riding through villages and rice fields, including a stop at Doctor Yersin’s Tomb. You’ll return to Nha Trang in the late afternoon and be dropped off at your hotel.
- Local English-speaking guide (other languages available upon request)
- Entrance fees
- Transfer and transportation as per itinerary
- All biking gear
- Water bottles, snacks, cold towels, and fresh fruits during cycling time
- Vietnamese food lunch
- Personal expenses
- Beverages on meal (available to purchase)
- Travel insurance
- Tipping/ Gratuities
- Others not mentioned in the above program
Cancellation/ Booking Policy
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