Family Cycling Hue and Hoi An

Group from 6 persons and
more starting from (p.P)

‎USD 421

Private tour for 2 persons
starting from (p.P.) : ‎USD 514

Duration: 6 Days


  • Embark a cruise along the Perfume River
  • Prepare a local Hue dish on your own
  • Discover the historical city of Hoi An
  • Enjoy scenic bike rides along villages

Day 1


After arrival, you will be welcomed at Phu Bai Domestic airport by our guide and transferred to your hotel. Relax on your own for the rest day.

Overnight: Hue

Day 2


We start our tour in Hue as transferring to pier, embark on boat for cruise along the poetic Perfume River and fill your heart and mind with fresh air. The main destination of our journey is the iconic Thien Mu Pagoda (Heavenly Lady Pagoda) - the symbol of Hue city. Cruise toward Thuy Bieu Eco-village, an ancient village overlooking the most pristine part of Perfume River backed by Ngu Binh mountain. Arrive in the village, you will join our cooking class to prepare Hue local dishes with our chef & instruction, then enjoy your creations in the open air riverside restaurant surrounded by luxuriant trees. After lunch, spend time for biking around the laid-back, rustic and peaceful setting of Thuy Bieu village, passing several communal houses, ancient temples and especially the garden house – a typical and unique feature of Hue. Visit Tu Duc Royal tomb. Biking back the hotel.

Overnight: Hue

Day 3


This morning we cycle in a countryside loop of Hue along back roads to visit the traditional village of Phuoc Tich. Passing through many untouched villages and local markets, we'll come across a Catholic village, an incense making village and also a village where they make bamboo into many useful items. A highlight of Phuoc Tich are the many homes that date back 200 years and follow traditional feng shui design. Enjoy a traditional lunch with Uncle Ho Van Te and then spend time to learn more about the history of the village. In the afternoon, transfer back to Hue.

Overnight: Hue

Day 4
Hoi An


Today we leave Hue for Hoi An, a major Asian trading port in the 17th and 18th centuries whose architecture and relaxed lifestyle has changed little over the years. The scenic route passes through the wonderfully photogenic fishing village of Lang Co before climbing over the Pass of Ocean Clouds. Driving through Danang we visit the Cham Museum, which contains the finest collection of Cham sculptures in the world. In the afternoon hop on a bicycle for a country loop around Hoi An. Starting from Hoi An city centre, we ride through an array of back roads in peaceful villages with lots of vegetable farms. You can stop at a pagoda, have a cup of tea and have conversations with the monks (subject to availability). You can also join the farmers in preparing the land and fertilizing it with seaweed if you like. Continue by overcrossing Cam Thanh islet and discover how locals turn coconut leaves into roofing for houses. Keep cycling along Thu Bon river, take a chance to paddle in a local basket boat known as a “thung chai”, before arriving at a fishing village where you can settle down beside a water coconut palm plantation and watch the sun setting over the horizon.

Overnight: Hoi An

Day 5
Hoi An


This morning, we drive out of town to avoid the highway before cycling to the town of My Son. The ride is arguably one of the best rides of the trip and takes us along scenic country roads surrounded by rice paddies, through eucalyptus forest and passing many scenic villages. As we ride along the road cuts though a gorge to the lush jungle alongside the Song Tranh River. Eventually we arrive to My Son, which was once Champa’s religious complex. Although many of the temples were destroyed during the war, there is still enough of the archaeological site to impress most visitors. We eat a special dish for lunch at an old house restaurant with Quang Nam. Back to Hoi An by boat on Bon river. Then spend the rest of the day wandering around and enjoying the charm of Hoi An’s old quarter or relax at your hotel. The town was known as Faifo to early western traders and was one of Southeast Asia’s major trading ports during the 17th and 18th centuries. It was an important port of call for Chinese, Japanese and Portuguese traders and the architecture reflects its cosmopolitan past. More than anywhere in Vietnam, Hoi An retains the feel of the past. There are over 844 structures of historical significance.

Overnight: Hoi An

Day 6
Hoi An


Today you will have free time to discover more of Hoi An town before your transfer to the Airport for your onward flight.

Day 1 Hue

Day 2 Hue

Day 3 Hue

Day 4 Hoi An

Day 5 Hoi An

Day 6 Hoi An



5 x breakfast, 4 x lunch


Private Car/Minivan


English Speaking (German Speaking on Request!)


3, 4 or 5 Star Hotels


To make your Roundtrip more interesting, we recommend you to check out our other package: Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Cambodia or Thailand.

We reserve the right to adjust the above mentioned prices in the case of strong currency fluctuations between the EURO € and the US $.

  • 5 nights in your chosen accomodation
  • Meal as specified in itinerary
    (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
  • Activities and excursions according to itinerary
  • Tours and excursions in mini buses/buses
    or with public transportation according to itinerary
  • English speaking tour guide
  • Admission fees according to itinerary

  • International flights
  • Meals other than mentioned in itinerary
  • Tours and Excursions other than mentioned in itinerary
  • Early check-in and late check-out at hotels
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Personal expenses and tips for driver/guides
  • Visa fees

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