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SAPA MOUNTAIN BIKE

Testimonials of this trip

Hi Joe,

I am embarrassed that Kent & I have taken so long to write you.  We want you to know how much we enjoyed our mountain bike tour with you last November.  It was the highlight of our trip & an adventure we will always treasure in our memory.  The scenery was spectacular and it was wonderful to be off the beaten track for several days.  We were very pleased with everything about the journey.

We want to mail something to you, so you will remember us too!  Would you please send me your mailing address?

Sincerely,

Mary Ann & Kent Davidson

USA

Itinerary

Night 1

Hanoi - Lao Cai

21h00: Transfer to Hanoi railway station to catch the night train to Lao Cai. O/N on the train.

Day 1

Lao Cai - Sapa  (+- 65km )

Arrive early in the morning, breakfast in Lao cai, Van transfer to Bat xat and enjoy the imposing beauty of Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range. Cycling to visit Hanhi village while contemplating the captivating scenery of  valley with terraced fields making up endless circles in O Qui Ho,  picnic lunch. Continue to water fall meet Van and driving to Sapa. Overnight in Hotel Sapa. (B, L) ( this is very hard off road mountain bike, you should make sure off-road riding skills are an advantage. You should be confident of your physical condition and bike handling skills. No Van stand by ). If raining this tour should be change to cycling up Sapa from Laocai by main asphalt road.

Day 2

 Sapa- Paso (+-80km )

 Today is the highlight for many; as we cycle up to the Tram Ton Pass (1,900 m; 6,230 ft) the highest mountain pass in Vietnam, on our way to Tam Duong. We start with a relatively easy 7km ride before we hit the first of two major down hill. As we start the down hill, we slowly start to witness the beauty of Mt. Fan Si Pan, Indochina is highest peak. In Tam duong ( new Lai Chau ) we continue cycling to Paso . Overnight in Paso

O/N in  Paso hotel. (B, L)

Day 3

Paso- Xin Ho( +-85km )

After we leave Paso we cross  Black Dao villages. The Dao worship spirits and ritually sacrifice pigs and chicken. This road isn’t well traveled, you first notice this by the increased curiosity and smiling faces and of the people, making this a day not to be forgotten. We cycle past rice fields and bananas plantations as we pass through small minority villages of Red Hmong and Kho Mu. There are two hard climbs today the first starts after 1 km with a 11 km ascent but the second, and most challenging comes at the end of this stunning day, with an 25 km strength-sapping climb. All this hard work is easily forgotten as we finish the day with a stunning descend on a winding road into XinHo .Overnight in hotel in XinHo. (B, L)

Day 4

Xin Ho-Tam Duong - Sapa ( +-65km)

 We Cycling down hill to Tam Duong then drive to Sapa, jeep transfer can be available when necessary. Free time until transfer to  Lao Cai railways station for the night train back to Hanoi. Arrive in the morning of the following day. End of services. (B, L)

 

Tour overview

Tour Cost

Guide tour

Group Size

 2

Price /person

620USD

 

Note:

1) Self guide tour only have Hotel with breakfast, minibus stand by, bicycle

2)  Prices are based per person, double occupancy, with a separate cost for solo travelers. If you are traveling in a group but prefer single accommodations, a single supplement fee applies. Triple accommodations are not available in many of the destinations we visit.

Best Time to go

From October to May

 WHAT'S INCLUDED

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English speaking local guide

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Accommodations in hotels in Sapa,and  local hotel around trip as mention

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Meals as mention with B= breakfast, L= Lunch, D= dinner

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Sightseeing and activities as noted in the itinerary

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Ground transportation

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Additional guides where necessary

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Entrance fees and permits

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Basic medical

WHAT NOT

International airfare; meals not noted on itinerary; Vietnam visa; insurance other than basic medical ; optional tipping to leader, guides and local staff; excess baggage charges; international airport taxes; cost of medical immunizations; items of a personal nature (alcoholic beverages, laundry, etc.).

Bike Hire

Trek4500, Giant Yukon  including in tour price, Cannondale F3 pay 110 USD, Giant XTC team 90 USD.

Bikes suggest :  XC hardtail, Freeride , All mountain

 If you bring your bike please ensure that you bike is in good working order before you leave on tour. If you are not the most mechanically minded we suggest that you get your bike looked at by a professional bike mechanic. In particularly we would suggest looking and adjusting all wheel spokes, greasing all your bearings, checking your brakes/gears cable, tighten all nuts and bolts, check chain, quick release clamps, tires and put in new inner tubes and check wheel rims are not worn. In addition make sure the bike is well serviced and ride it with as much care and attention as possible.

Contact

New Add: Room 107B, Building N14-49 Nguyen Khoai street-Hanoi - Vietnam

Tel:   84-4- 3997 5136

Fax:  84-4- 3984 5651

marcopolotravel@gmail.com

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Trekking Vietnam  through jungles and across landscapes, the mountainous north of Vietnam is home to many cheerful and vibrant hill tribes. As well as the challenging ascent of Fansipan and Ta Chi Nhu mountain a wonderful features of this adventure is spending a couple of nights on trek in the village homes of some of these welcoming tribes and with the help of your guide being able to learn more about their culture and traditions.

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