Hoi An family bike ride
Fun, safe and unique experience! This four-hour guided montain bike ride in Hoi An is designed particularly to family cycling.
This ride is suitable for your kids, The routes are away from any traffic, passing through rice paddy field, beautiful countryside and range from very easy to a little more challenging.
Cycling the quiet countryside to the local village
Plenty stop for taking photos
Many chance to interact with locals
Best quality for family bike ride
Guide are professional riding with kids.
Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, Good quality bicycle (TREK mountain bike), lunch, drinking water and all entrance fees.
Exclusions: Travel insurance and other expenses.
Duration: 5 hours
Cycling distance: 25 km
Meeting point: We will pick you up at your hotel.
Starting time: 8:00 AM
Ending point: We drop you off your hotel.
Group size: Minimum 2
Tour Cost :
Children (from 8 to 12 years old) pay $18usd
• Kids under 12 years old free Bike
- One child can ride for free per one adult booked
• Free yoga class at 6 am or 6pm daily.
This ride is suitable for all the family, including children. The routes are along light traffic roads & paths, passing through rice paddy fields, beautiful countryside and range from very easy to a little more challenging.
The bikes are high quality Trek mountain bikes with front suspension and available in all sizes to accommodate every family member.
The guides love children, and will discuss with you beforehand the type of cycling experience that would best suit your family and recommend suitable rides in the area. Your guide will ensure that your family bike ride flows smoothly is fun and enjoyable.
We also ensure that your family bike ride includes plenty of stops for photos, rest stops with fresh coconuts along the way and opportunities to interact with the locals.
Anything else? We pick you up at your hotel and can be fairly flexible about the times. Riding a water buffalo and taking a basket boat ride at a fishing village are also possible upon your request.
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