Sapa Farther The Northwest To Hanoi – 8 Days

Cycling across the soaring landscapes of Northern Vietnam on an unforgettable biking adventure. Pedal from Sapa to Hanoi, crossing over vibrant mountain ranges and through lush valleys. Stop to mingle with hilltribe groups and stay in remote villages far from the tourist trail.

Day 1 : Sapa – Lai Chau (  L , D )

Cycling distance up to: 95 km Difficulty: Hard

8:00 Am pick up from your hotel in Sapa. Today is a challenging ride, setting out to conquer Heaven’s Gate, the highest mountain pass in Northern Vietnam. The intense climb through stunning Hoang Lien Son National Park is rewarded with spectacular views of Indochina’s highest peak, Mt. Fansipan. After the amazing views, enjoy a great descent down a winding road to Lai Chau

After a light picnic lunch, continue pedaling through breathtaking scenery to the newly built town of Lai Chau.

Overnight in Lai Chau.

Day 2 : Lai Chau – Muong Lay ( B , L , D )

Cycling distance up to: 105 km Difficulty: Hard

Awaken to cool morning air today, followed by an easy pedal from the sleepy town of Lai Chau. After about 10 km, the first hill of the day is met: either tackle the climb on the bicycle or hop in the van for a boost to the top, taking advantage of the long, sweeping downhill ride.

The afternoon’s ride toward Muong Lay runs over rolling terrain with magnificent views. Lai Chau and the surrounding valley will soon be flooded by the Sonla Hydro Electric Project, which will make way for Vietnam’s largest reservoir.

Overnight in Muong Lay

Day 3 : Muong Lay – Dien Bien ( B , L , D )

Cycling distance up to: 93 km Difficulty: Hard

Today’s route follows the Na River through a lush, undulating landscape of ferns, bananas, and bamboo to the city of Dien Bien Phu. This historic town has an infamous history as the location of a stunning Vietnamese victory over the occupying French Forces.

Overnight in Dien Bien Phu.

Day 4 : Dien Bien – Tuan Giao ( B , L , D )

Cycling distance up to: 81 km Difficulty: Hard

After a hearty breakfast, prepare for yet another captivating adventure. Today’s ride is gentler than the past three days and undulates through quiet back roads, picturesque gorges, and ends with a gradual downhill toward the town of Tuan Giao.

Overnight in Tuan Giao.

Day 5 : Tuan Giao – Son La ( B , L , D )

Cycling distance up to: 90 km Difficulty: Hard

Today’s fantastic ride features the most breathtaking scenery of the entire journey. Following a short warm up, there is a challenging 12 kilometer climb followed by a coasting 14 kilometer descent. Pedaling onwards, pass through Thuan Chau town, home to the White Hmong people whose customary black headdress and pink tassels are still worn today.

Overnight in Son La.

Day 6 : Son La – Moc Chau ( B , L , D )

Transfer: 30 mins Cycling distance up to: 121 km Difficulty: Hard

This morning starts from the hotel by bike with a gradual uphill climb through lush, terraced rice paddies against a backdrop of jagged limestone cliffs. The ride is less hilly than yesterday’s, but no less spectacular. Stop for lunch in the town of Yen Chau before continuing on to Moc Chau, the final destination of the day. This town is situated at an elevation of 1000m and is renowned for its banh sua (milk cake) and tea products.

Overnight in Moc Chau.

Day 7 : Moc Chau – Mai Chau ( B , L , D )

Transfer: 45 mins Cycling distance up to: 67 km Difficulty: Medium

Another spectacular day of cycling awaits, the majority of which is downhill! Enjoy an easy morning ride across a plateau of tea plantations and peach orchards. Cycle onwards along narrow, quiet back roads, moving into a region predominantly populated by Thai minority cultures. This beautiful valley, home to the village of Pom Coong, will be the home base for the night. Experience the traditional culture and way of life of these people with an overnight homestay. Enjoy a delicious home-cooked dinner, taste some of the country’s finest rice wine .

Overnight in Mai Chau– Home-stay

Day 8 : Mai Chau – Hanoi ( B , L )

Transfer: 2.5 hours Cycling distance up to: 66 km Difficulty: Medium

This final day of cycling is one of the most memorable. Start with an 800m ascent before cruising down into the town of Muong Khen. Continue to pedal to Hoa Binh City, the ending point of the cycling journey. After a local lunch, trade in the bike for a 2.5 hour drive back to Hanoi where the afternoon is at leisure . End The Tour

Overnight in Hanoi your own account .

Tour Price : Contact us

Departure Date : 5th Monthly

What is included?

  • English speaking guide
  • TREK mountain bikes with helmets
  • All indicated meals (B = Breakfast , L = lunch, D = Dinner)
  • Water , fruits ,snacks on the whole trip
  • Supply vehicles or truck for group
  • All entrance fees and permit
  • Accommodation in tour
What is excluded?
  • Personal Pocket Money
  • Soft drink (beer, coca cola…)
  • Travel Insurance , tips
  • All other services not indicated above
  • Accommodation in Hanoi,Sapa

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