Hotels can also be provided in small towns. We choose the hotel categories ranging from basic home-stay to 5 stars in our pakage tours. However, you can reccommend us the hotels you prefer and we will book them for you. Other accommodations are cruises, home stay also available.
All the supported van/bus can be rented for your own arrangement and tour. If you need help, tell us with a very special offers.
|Bike riding is a great way to get exercise and fresh air and share time as a family. But before you and the kids rush out and start pedaling, there’s an important factor that you need to consider — safety.
Your tour leader or tour guides are trained in first aids and emergency rescue, but to a large degree you must be responsible for your own safety while riding.
We supply helmets with all our biking tours (except when just renting a bike) but you may want to consider bringing your own if you are taking a long tour as helmets are a personal item.
We recommend helmets to be worn at all times when riding, always wear a correctly adjusted helmets(that fits snugly on your head and does not tip forwards or backward).
Dogs warning: do not try to race off. Stop and get off your bike, keep it between you and the dogs and pretend to throw a stone and throw one if you have.
It’s easy to find a bike tour but not easy to find a passionate agent to organize it. Come with us, you are not only travel but also learn so much things no one else can do.
The biking guide will buy fresh fruits everyday for your cycling trip, they are changing daily from fresh banana, apple, watermelon, pomelo, mango, etc.
After the biking trip, i am sure that you will bring home lots of new experience of life from your trip. Vietnam Bicycleventures do our best to help and perfect it.
|Water, softdrinks are cooled in an iced box daily and tour guide buys snacks and fresh fruits everyday as what you like. We buy enough for during your trip to keep you energy.
Depending on how fast you are but usually we stop every from 10 km to 20 km ride for a rest-stop to recover your breath by cool water, cool soft drinks, snacks and fresh fruits.
The road snacks are simple things, sometime we take them along with, sometime we buy them along the route. What we think is the local products, natural and environment protection.
If you are on diet, we also suggest some local healthy snacks that suit you and water of course are bottle water, make sure the safe trip.
However, it’s flexible. Our guide will help you choose and let you try more local to enjoy as well as experience the places visited.
- There are no good or bad seasons for visiting Vietnam. When one region is wet, cold or steamy hot, there is always somewhere else that is sunny and pleasantly warm.
- Vietnam has a remarkably diverse climate because of its wide range of latitudes and altitudes. Although the entire country lies in the tropics and subtropics, local conditions vary from frosty winters in the far northern hills to year-round, subequatorial warmth in the Mekong Delta.
- With its subequatorial climate, has two main seasons: the wet and the dry.
- The wet season lasts from May to November (June to August are the wettest months).
- During this time, there are heavy but short-lived downpours almost daily, usually in the afternoon.
- The dry season usually runs from December to April. Late February to May is hot and very humid,
- but it cools down slightly when the rainy season begins.
- In Ho Chi Minh city, the average annual temperature is 27 Celsius degree. In April, daily highs are usually in the low 30s. In January, the daily lows average 21 Celsius degrees.
- Average humidity is 80% and annual rainfall average 1979mm.
- The coldest temperature that has ever been recorded in HCM city is 14 C degree.
- The coastal lowlands are denied significant rainfall from the southwestern monsoon(April to October) by the Truong Son Mountain Range, which is very wet during this period. Much of the coastal strip’s precipitation is brought by the northeastern monsoon between December and February. Nha Trang’s long dry season lasts from late January to October, while Da Lat’s dry season is from December to March. Da Lat, like the rest of the central highlands, is much cooler than the Mekong Delta and the coastal strip. From November to March, Da Lat’s daily highs are usually in the low to mid-20s.
- The cold and wet winter weather of the north-central coastal lowlands is accompanied by fog and fine drizzle.
- Areas north of the 18th Parallel have two seasons: winter and summer. Winter is quite cool and wet, and usually lasts from around November to April. February and March are marked by a persistent drizzling rain that the Vietnamese call crachin. The hot summers run from May to October. The north is subject to occasional typhoons during the summer months.