- 4-hour countryside bike tour from Hanoi
- Cross the Red River via the century-old Long Bien Bridge
- Drop in to a local artist’s home to admire Vietnamese fine arts
- Explore the densely cultivated farmland of Red River Island
- Visit a pottery-making village and see how ceramics are made
- Enjoy a cup of coffee or tea at West Lake during sunset
- Small-group tour limited to 12 people for personalized attention
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We had an excellent tour with our very knowledgable guide. My husband dreads large group activities but this was small, only 4 people, and consequently we felt we had a personal tour of the rural aspects of Hanoi city. Cycling through a maze of gardens and back streets you would never dare go on your own was a wonderful experience and I would go again tomorrow with pleasure !
It was great to discover the nature and the places where ordinary vietnamese live in out of hectic places of downtown. I could feel so free while I was riding a bike. Plus, the tour guide was so kind, told many interesting stories of Hanoi and lead the safe bike tour. You could see, feel, and experience which you will hardly discover alone traveling.
Excellent. The tour guide was very knowledgeable. And he is so active explain everthing. Fluent and clear English! Highly recommended
Awesome tour. Even though it was just my husband and I who had booked, the tour still went ahead so it became a private tour.
We were so impressed by the whole tour, from being able to buy in the local market places at market price, to the knowledge of the guide and amazing beef pho for lunch.
Although I was the only person on this tour, no short cuts were taken. We visited all the place as per the program for the day. The guide was very knowledgeable and provided a lot of useful information. He went the extra mile to make it an unforgettable day and experience.
Our guide Thanh made the tour a wonderful experience. He gave us great history and information of each location without over loading us. His Enhlosh was easy to understand. We enjoyed the tour of Bat Trang and watching how pottery was bothe hand shaped Asa well as poured. There was no high pressure to make a purchase. The temple and Do Ky area wer quite enjoyable as well. A good day!
I was the only person on the tour, so I had the guide to myself. Quang's English was excellent and his local knowledge outstanding. There was also plenty of time for browsing the shops and lots of photo opportunities. A wonderful experience and insight into the real Vietnam.
My husband and I were the only people on this tour, which we took on a Sunday. Our guide Tang was great and gave a lot of historical background at each stop. Watching the ceramics being made was interesting but we were disappointed that there was no silk production to view. The temple dedicated to a famous emperor and the community house were interesting. The places we stopped were not really villages any more. They felt like outer suburbs of Hanoi.
A great day out, informative English speaking guide with plenty to see and do.
Craige P Australia
While the trip to the ceramics village was quite interesting, we weren't given the opportunity to explore and shop for ceramics. Some of the other places on the tour were not really interesting. Much of the time was spent travelling to places rather than seeing places of interest.