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Posted December 7 2011

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Canadian Touirist

Vibrant Vietnam

There is nothing about Vietnam that is subtle, it is truly a land of opposites, yin and yang. Colorful, loud and busy in the cities, quiet, green and peaceful in the country.



It is a place of welcoming smiles, gentle people, rolling hills also a place where you can shop 'till you drop. It is also a place where you can enjoy a wonderful massage at the end of your day or a funky cafe to explore by night!

This year we have improved our feature departure again, to include not only incredible biking in the country, kayaking in Halong Bay, but also trekking in Sapa , away from the maddening crowds.

Vietnam is distinct from other Asian countries. It has its own ancient culture, language, alphabet and its own instantly appealing style. Travelling in Vietnam is a new experience, and visiting the country on a bike is unusual and exciting. Riding a bike along Vietnam’s roads is, without a doubt, the only way to experience the quintessential Vietnam.

The many years of contact and conflict with China, France and America have left an impression on the Vietnamese people, the architecture and the social culture. You will be in awe of the country's beauty and ancient civilizations. Along our route you will come in contact with the real Vietnam - an experience you will find hard to forget. This trip is designed for those who are fit, energetic and enjoy cycling. You will see the country close up and meet the people. We have made the effort to take you away from the main roads into quiet, peaceful Vietnam.

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