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Hoi An: Morning Countryside Tour by Bike

1. Hoi An: Morning Countryside Tour by Bike

Morning is the ideal time to explore the hidden passageways and winding alleys of Hoi An. Meet at the local tour provider's shop at #21 Hai Ba Trung Street. Walk 20 meters up the small alleyway and you’ll see it on your left behind the green gates. Your guide will fit your bike, give a safety briefing and provide an overview of the tour. Have the chance to photograph the iconic Japanese Bridge in the historic district. Crossing the canal bridge first near the night market, continue to the new metal bike bridge connecting Hoi An proper and its southern villages of Quang Nam Province. Not far from the bridge, visit a local family making Banh Beo using the traditional method. These small, savory rice flour bowls are a common breakfast staple in the countryside. Continue riding to one of Hoi An's most beautiful villages, stopping at a family home to learn about the tradition of family chapels. Your host is nearly 90-years-old and vividly remembers his experiences during the American War. Pedal past rice fields and vegetable farms along small canals and waterways towards a wooden boat building site. Fishing is still the lifeblood of the province and the construction of these ships is quite amazing to witness and photograph. If the timing is right, you'll also see families gathering to clean fishing nets between journeys at sea. The roads narrow again to concrete paths and your final stops will include a traditional mat weaving shop and a family distillery, where rice wine has been produced in the same manner for generations. Of course, samples for a tasting will be provided. A short ride from here, you will board a local ferry for a trip back to town. Have your cameras ready for great views of the Hoi An waterfront. Once dockside, it's a short 5 minute ride through alleyways back to the local tour provider's shop. 

Hoi An: 4-Hour Countryside Sightseeing Bike Tour

2. Hoi An: 4-Hour Countryside Sightseeing Bike Tour

Visit Tra Que vegetable village where you will feel the green with a distinct aroma of local varieties of vegetables. See the farmers grow, water, and fertilize vegetables . Travel to Cam Thanh eco village. Contemplate the beauty of the countryside in Vietnam, have photo opportunities of the rice paddies, and sumptuous landscapes, and sightseeing some special animals on the Vietnam rice fields such as cows, storks, and water buffalos. Move on to the water coconut forest (the Nipa forest). Ride through the coconut palm jungle and have a chance to row basket boats with the locals. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Nipa Palm Forest and enjoy some local activities on the river. Enjoy some local food for lunch or dinner at a restaurant such as Hoi An fried spring rolls, banana flower salad, stir fried water morning glory with rice and seasonal fruits for dessert.

Hoi An Countryside - Morning: 9 Km Small-Group Bicycle Tour

3. Hoi An Countryside - Morning: 9 Km Small-Group Bicycle Tour

Take a day to be filled with discovery and surprises in the Hoi An Countryside. Cross boundless rice fields, learn the secret of making the famous woven mats that serve as beds, discover boat builders, make the boats that wind down the river, cross small bridges, try the amazing basket boat, and much more. During your tour, meet local families who will welcome you to share a meal. This special moment will offer you the opportunity to speak with them and to learn their customs and traditions firsthand. After your meal, you will return to Hoi An by boat. A new opportunity for you to admire the diversity of the Vietnamese landscape.

Hoi An: Bike Tour to Kim Bong Carpentry Village

4. Hoi An: Bike Tour to Kim Bong Carpentry Village

The carpentry village of Kim Bong belongs to the Cam Kim commune, nestled on a scenic rural island almost entirely free of tourists. Enjoy a pleasant bike ride around the beautiful countryside of Vietnam, meandering through stunning rural scenes, rice paddies, villages, fields of water buffalo and bustling local life. The tour includes the following activities: A visit to a boat building workshop to learn how to build Vietnamese wooden boatsA bicycle ride around the village to see the rice fieldsA try at making traditional rice paper with a local familyA visit to Duy Vinh village where you learn how to weave sleeping mats with locals in their houseA visit to a local kindergarten with 230 kids from 3-6 years old (not available on Sundays)Interactions with local people to see their daily routineA bike ride back along the country roadsA Vietnamese coffee or a light lunch Soak up the unique Vietnamese atmosphere and make memories that will last a lifetime.

Luxury Half-Day Tour of Hoi An Ancient Town

5. Luxury Half-Day Tour of Hoi An Ancient Town

At 08:00, your guide will welcome you at the hotel lobby. Walk to the old town, buy entrance tickets, and begin the tour. Follow the narrow lanes lined with centuries-old houses influenced by Chinese, Japanese, French and European architectures, and visit numerous places of interest: the 400-year old Japanese Covered Bridge, the Phuc Kien Assembly Halls, the local fish market and more. After your walking tour, if you have free time, you can go shopping at the old town. The guide will take you back to the hotel at 11:00.

Hoi An Countryside full day: 23 Km Small Group Bicycle Tour

6. Hoi An Countryside full day: 23 Km Small Group Bicycle Tour

After departing Hoi An, cruise in a boat transfer for about 1 hour on the Thu Bon river. Arrive at a small village in the middle of the delta to begin your cycling tour. The tour goes for about 23 kilometers (15 miles) and includes plenty of stops with no traffic. Spend the morning cycling 14 kilometers (8.7 miles) across the countryside and rice fields. Cross from island to island with the bridges or a local boat, and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. A short boat crossing brings you to a small island for lunch with a local family. In the afternoon, explore the local crafts and learn how the wooden river boats are made. Discover the secrets of weaving the colorful straw from traditional sleeping mats, and try the renowned local basket boats.

Bike and Bite Tour

7. Bike and Bite Tour

If you love cycling and food, this Hoi An Bike and Bite tour is perfect for you. Exercise and sightsee as you explore the city. This tour focuses on street food in Hoi An. During the cycling tour, you will enjoy generous samples of 9 dishes. In a small group (up to 12), you will cycle through real neighbourhoods to indulge in Hoi An’s best foods at places that have been making these delicacies for generations. This tour aims to show you how real Vietnamese people live, work, and eat. Enough food is served that most participants will not need dinner after the tour. You should eat a light lunch before the tour.

Hoi An to My Son Half–Day Cycling Tour

8. Hoi An to My Son Half–Day Cycling Tour

The historic city of Hoi An gives way to beautiful rural landscapes on a half–day cycling adventure to the historic Cham ruins of Mỹ Sơn. Your tour winds through from ancient Hoi An to the nearby countryside, past small farms and villages following rural pathways and small roads hidden from most tourist routes. See hardly any four wheeled vehicles as you sneak through a network of shortcuts and connections that only locals would know. After replenishing your energy with a healthy snack of fresh fruit with local coffee or tea, it is a short transfer to the entrance to the UNESCO World Heritage site. Take a private tour of the site with your guide. The temples and towers of My Son were built by the Cham people, initially Hindu and later of Muslim faiths. Descendants of the original tribes are now scattered throughout the region, mostly along inland waterways. After your tour, board a private van back to your hotel in Hoi An.

From Hoi An: Eco-Life Tour by Bicycle to Cam Kim Island

9. From Hoi An: Eco-Life Tour by Bicycle to Cam Kim Island

Enjoy a shared or private half-day tour to experience the daily life of local Vietnamese people and join in some traditional activities in the countryside. Start the tour with a bicyle ride from Hoi An to Kim Bong Carpentry Village and visit the artisans making beautiful and unique wooden products.   Continue the journey by bicycle and discover the countryside, passing through the scenic quiet roads close to bustling Hoi An. Pass by green bamboo, areca palms and Chinese tea plants while your tour guide shares local knowledge on the area's history.   Meet a local family who will show you how to make different products from rice, such as wine, paper, noodles, and colorful sleeping mats. You can also try to row a traditional bamboo boat — a popular means of transport on the waters of Vietnam. Before heading back to your hotel in Hoi An, enjoy some Quang noodles in Cam Kim, before taking a boat trip back to Hoi An.

Explore Golden Bridge-Ba Na Full Day With Lunch From Hoi An

10. Explore Golden Bridge-Ba Na Full Day With Lunch From Hoi An

Depart to Ba Na Hills where you will discover the adventurous feeling of a fairyland with four seasons within one day! Arrive at Ba Na Hills, sitting on the cable car which is the longest one in the world (5801m), and take a look at the Vong Nguyet Hills, Linh Ung Pagoda, Thich Ca Phat Dai, Old French horse stables, and Meditation Garden. Go sightseeing at Nghinh Phong Peak, Le Nim Villa, Ba Na Brigde, or conquer Chua Mountain at an altitude of 1487 meters above sea level to catch the view of Danang city and Quang Nam from the clouds. Then visit the Golden Bridge, newly opened in Jun 2018. Admire the infinite scenery and majestic nature of Ba Na Hills - you will feel like you are walking on the clouds!

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 89 reviews

It was an amazing experience, it exceeded my expectations. We met to pick up the bikes and they already had everything ready for us to receive. They offered a helmet and water, they took raincoats for everyone and for their backpacks if necessary. The tour of the islands adjacent to Hoi An was wonderful with specific stops to get to know more about each place: artisans, agriculture, bamboo boat, rice distillery…all super authentic and local. Lunch - well served - was at a family home. It was delicious. We returned by boat appreciating another part of the scenery. The Tram guide and assistant Lu were attentive, solicitous and always had new information to share. I thought everything was wonderful! I recommend this tour with my eyes closed.

I did the tour with Ánh and I had a wonderful time. I was lucky enough to be the only one who booked that morning so it was just her and me and it was like hanging out with a friend. She was so nice and helpful, she even acted as a photographer, camerawoman and hypewoman! She was also very knowledgeable, answered all my questions and shared her experiences with me. At the eco garden she named and showed me the different herbs, made me smell them, and explained how they were used in Vietnamese cuisine etc. Very interesting. She also arranged for a driver to drop me off directly at my hotel after the tour. All in all a really great half day! The food at the end of the tour was quite good too, especially the first dish.

It was one of the best trips in Vietnam. My guide, Lola, took me to so many interesting places and she was great at explaining things. She knows so much about language, which was really interesting.

Anna was our tour guide and she was great. Despite having some decent rain we really enjoyed the tour through rural Hoi Ann and the boat was a lot of fun.

A very good tour of local islands near Hoi An. Local crafts plus a ride in a basket boat