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Charity Cycling Trip to GuanYin Pagoda (14 Oct 2018)

Hot Trend of Weekend Vietnam Biking Tours to Pristine Trails nearby Saigon

Packing and cycling to the off-the-beaten-track trails nearby Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) have been many individuals’ wish to steer clear of the city bustle, and Weekend Vietnam Biking Tours make it true. It’s a hot trend to ride a bike to the pristine and beautiful destinations close to the bustling Saigon, such as Can Gio Mangrove Forest, Cai Be Tien Giang (Mekong Delta), Ma Da Forest, and Tri An Lake. Within the biking distance of 20-35 km (optional), you’re heartened to overcome your limit, reach the target, and enjoy the exciting weekend escape.

Weekend Biking Tours from Ho Chi Minh City

For a one-day weekend escape from the city hassle and bustle, you can opt for the biking tours from Ho Chi Minh City to Can Gio Mangrove Forest, to Tri An Lake and Ma Da Forest, or to the pagodas in Long Thanh, etc. These are the one-day cycling trips to the great destinations filled with the green landscape, fresh air, countryside roads, and even the charity houses.

If being fond of the one-day biking tour to Can Gio Mangrove Forest, know that this weekend package lets you discover the wildlife and pristine landscape of the Biosphere Reserve once recognized by UNESCO. Departing from September 23 Park (Pham Ngu Lao Street, District 1), you will be transferred to Can Gio by a private van. And, the cycling trip begins upon your arrival at Vam Sat area. The estimated cycling distance would be 30km, on the countryside roads toward the Vam Sat Park to visit the bird sanctuary, Tang Bong tower, villages, etc. Also included in the package is the boat trip to Bat lagoon. It’s the jungle biking trail that exhilarates all cyclists, nature lovers, and thrill-seekers.

Tri An Lake in Dong Nai Vietnam

Tri An Lake in Dong Nai Vietnam

Another fantastic option is the biking tour to Tri An Lake and Ma Da Forest. This is another interesting jungle ride to the spectacular man-made lake and the primitive rainforest. The trip delivers time to discover what is behind the curtain of the rainforest, how bewitching the stream can be, and how wonderful the songs of the birds can please the ears. Highlights of untouched nature, team spirit, and sweet memories with colleagues, friends, other expats, etc., will improve your life passion and relationships. In the hassle-free and evergreen jungle, the weekend escape on a bike brings lots of enjoyable moments like swimming in the lake, taking pictures of the rainforest, biking through the cool stream, eating delicious lunch, and so on.

And if your interest is in cycling through canals and orchards, then choose biking tours to Cai Be in Mekong Delta. This one-day package from Saigon offers the flat biking distance of 20-35km from village to village to contemplate the countryside landscapes of southern Vietnam. The rural pathways are likely to take you to the green orchards, markets, local shops, villages, etc., which cheer you up amid the fresh and verdant sceneries. The itinerary also covers one-hour boat trip to witness a myriad of canals and relish the beautiful waterways before getting on a van and transfer back to the city.

What’s more, some cyclists might be keen on the one-day charity cycling trip to GuanYin Pagoda in Long Thanh City. This provides the 35km rural biking trip to the attractions of S’Tieng ethnic village, cashew nut farms, and GuanYin Pagoda. The charity activities are encouraged and cultural exchange opportunities are abundant.

Charity Cycling Trip to GuanYin Pagoda (14 Oct 2018)

Charity Cycling Trip to GuanYin Pagoda (14 Oct 2018)

Start a Weekend Escape from Saigon with Vietnam Biking Tours

So you see how fantastic it is to ride a bike to the green destinations away from Saigon, start a weekend escape soon! Instead of sticking eyes on Facebook or seating lazily in the coffee shops, let’s bike and make every second of your life meaningful by cycling and doing charity in Vietnam.

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