Nha Trang is an ideal place for road cycling in Vietnam. It is part of the world’s most beautiful cycling trails (Lonely Planet). Cycling day trips, mountain bike tours, countryside cycle, road cycling holidays are all available in Nha Trang Vietnam.
Nha Trang map
The coastal city of Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa province, Central Vietnam, lies on the trans-Vietnam highway, 1,278km from Hanoi, and 448km from Ho Chi Minh City. Nha Trang is endowed by nature with deep, quiet and warm waters all the year round, surrounded by archipelagoes, islands, mountains and white sand beaches – a wonderful and attractive tourist resort.
To the north of Nha Trang stands the Chong mount which looks like a wide open hand over the sea. Far offshore, the Yen (Swallow) Island appears with lush green colours where salangane nests have been harvested for years to make the traditional “bird’s nest” tonic and food.
The 7km white sand beach of Nha Trang is often called Vietnam’s Mediterranean Area, considered one of the jewel along Vietnam’s long stretching coast line. Nha Trang is sunny all year round, with an average temperature of 23?C due to northern winds.
The rainfall is less than anywhere else in the country and the area is not threatened by storms since it is protected by the Truong Son Mountains and Ca Pass. From Ca Pass, one can see Ro Bay (Vung Ro), Hon Do…
Nha Trang benefits from topographical advantages of the sea, islands, mountains, and deltas. West of Nha Trang, there are endless mountain ranges where a wide variety of animals and birds live.
There is no trek is arranged in Nha Trang. The nearest destination where we run trekking, hiking tours is the Vietnam central highlands including Da Lat, Kon Tum, Buon Ma Thuot.
Nha Trang Bay is recognized as one of 29 most beautiful bays in the world.
Nha Trang bike tours
Discover Nha Trang city by bicycle or get beyond the city to explore Vietnam’s scenic countryside on a full-day bike tour through paddy fields, country roads, and traditional villages. You’ll learn about local life, practice making handicrafts, and sip tea in a historic house and bonsai garden.