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Path Biker

Hoi An, Vietnam
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About Path Biker
Professional Vietnam bike tour operator, offering a wide range of cycling tours in Hoi An, Quang Nam, Hue and Da Nang with scenic routes and rich culture. Our activities are environmentally friendly and sustainably beneficial to local communities. • Our cycling tour guides are friendly, attentive, enthusiastic and knowledgeable in culture, history, and geography of the destinations. • Our bikes and gears are top quality, can be adapted to all terrains with all sizes to accommodate everyone including children. Our bikes, provided by the world‘s leading manufacturers including Trek, Cannondale or similar, maximize the comfort and safety for your amazing trip. • Our Cycling routes are carefully selected and designed with a view to avoid bustling traffic and focus on countryside paths, off the beaten track, culture and history, and stunning landscapes of Vietnam. • Our biking grades can be chosen from Leisurely, Moderate, Challenging, and Tough.
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Cactusnurse wrote a review Jan 2019
Seattle, Washington11 contributions1 helpful vote
We had a fabulous experience with Path Biker on their Hoi An to Hue bike adventure. Got picked up at our hotel in Hoi An and ended at our next hotel in Hue. Biking up Hai Van pass was spectacular and the vistas were breathtaking. Our guides were friendly and knowledgeable. Lunch was also delicious. Would highly recommend!!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Liamn_971 wrote a review Jun 2018
Singapore, Singapore3 contributions
Our trip to Hoian was really great. 4 of us booked a Hoian half-day trip at Path Biker and it was very interesting. Our tour-guide was very good at English and knowledgable. The driver was good too. We could stop at some nice points for photos and coffee. Sugar-cane juice was so great. I love that so much. Thanks for this bike tour, Hoian became more different from the last time I visited. Highly recommend this bike tour to everyone at every age!!!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Quan N wrote a review May 2018
Da Nang, Vietnam198 contributions15 helpful votes
We booked for a cycling trip around Hoi An in last minute (we didn't plan for anything) in the morning but the company handled our request really well, so we went cycling that afternoon. The route is easy, flat and off the beaten track, and very beautiful. We took many pictures of fishing boats, rice field, buffaloes, lovely locals... Everyone is so friendly and we got a chance to have an insightful experience of their life. Nguyen, our guide, is knowledgeable and professional, we were well taken care of. Definitely book another trip with Path Biker!
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Marieke S wrote a review Sep 2017
2 contributions2 helpful votes
We booked another trip, cycling off the beaten track, with Path Biker and it was also fantastic. Our guide and driver were very observant and professional. We will definitely book another tour with Path Biker if we come back to Vietnam.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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warren9981 wrote a review Aug 2017
Los Angeles, California3 contributions1 helpful vote
We went for a 45 km ride south-west of Hoi An. We had a pleasant easy ride first. Quan, our guide, gave us a lot of information about the agrarian culture. From there, we cycle uphill through the tropical jungle and ethnic minority villages to the summit. The bikes were good quality and in excellent condition. The tour was amazing, highly recommended for those wanting to see non-tourist side of Vietnam.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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