Invigorate Your Energy Visiting Vietnam with VeloAsia
Glorious history remarks Vietnam as an exotic tourist destination. VeloAsia has rejuvenated the traveling experience of the tourist this new destination. Vietnam bicycle tours enhance this experience further though it is a challenging task and this travel agency is the first to organize for it. It has first introduced bicycle touring across Vietnam.
VeloAsia has highly experienced tour guides and has earned the reputation of providing safe and fun-filled travelling experience. The extensive in-country knowledge and experience of this company helps in delivering a delightful tour to its customers.
This touring company has offered many new and adventurous things to its tourists.
As stated earlier, it has first made Vietnam touring more interesting by offering cycle tours across great escapes that are sure to bring goose bumps. Dordogne provides tourists a tranquil riding experience in the luscious landscapes. Just imagine the experience you can have by riding along the bustling Mekong Delta canals!
It has also unveiled kayaking through the caves straight in the hidden lakes found on the Halong Bay.
Bike tours in the Vietnam mountains provided by VeloAsia will take your breath away. Mountain biking will take you to the Hmong villages located on the high mountain ranges, to the Chinese border of North Vietnam, roll you along the expansive plains of Began and so on.
The team of guides in VeloAsia focuses on quality touring experience to its customers. It methodically organizes each and every tour, hunt for hotels and food and research new routes to cater the best traveling experience in Vietnam. Enjoy a healthy tour with VeloAsia!
In 1993 VeloAsia pioneered the first adventure trips in Vietnam and in 1999, into Myanmar (Burma). During this time, we've organized hundreds of original and unique trips throughout the region that are, as many of our past travelers have said,
adventures of a lifetime. Let us meticulously plan and organize your private adventure in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, and Myanmar.