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Itinerary: Hanoi – Halong – Hoa Lu - Thanh Hoa - Vinh - Dong Hoi – Phong Nha – Dong Hoi - Hue - A Luoi - Giang - Hoi An - Kham Duc - Kontum - Pleiku – Buon Ma Thuot - Da Lat - Bao Loc - HCMC

(TRAVPR.COM) VIETNAM - March 6th, 2014 - Travel Style: Ho Chi Minh Trail Cycling Tours

Duration: 27days/26Nights

Itinerary: Hanoi – Halong – Hoa Lu - Thanh Hoa - Vinh - Dong Hoi – Phong Nha – Dong Hoi - Hue - A Luoi - Giang - Hoi An - Kham Duc - Kontum - Pleiku – Buon Ma Thuot - Da Lat - Bao Loc - HCMC

The Ho Chi Minh trail was a logistical system that ran from the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam) to the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam) through the neighboring kingdoms of Laos and Cambodia. The system provided support, in the form of manpower and materiel, to the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam, or derogatively, Vietcong, and the People's Army of Vietnam (PAVN), or North Vietnamese Army, during the Vietnam War (1955–1975).|

The trail was not a single route, but rather a complex maze of truck routes, paths for foot and bicycle traffic, and river transportation systems. The name, taken from North Vietnamese president Ho Chi Minh. Now day Ho Chi Minh Road or Ho Chi Minh Highway (Vietnamese language: Đường Hồ Chí Minh) is a highway in Vietnam. It runs from the north to the south of Vietnam, west of National Road 1A. The highway was named after Hồ Chí Minh. The route roughly coincides with the Ho Chi Minh Trail during the Vietnam War.

It is a two-lane highway and is planned for 8-lane highway and will connect Cao Bang Province by the Sino-Vietnamese border to Ca Mau Province with the total length of 3,167 km. As of 2007, this road runs from Hoa Lac in Ha Tay Province to Ngoc Hoi in Kon Tum Province with a total length of 1,234.5 km. ( from Wikipidia )

Day 01: Arrival In Hanoi
Day 02: Hanoi
Day 03: Hanoi – Halong
Day 04: Halong – Hoa Lu (190 KM)
Day 05: Hoa Lu – Thanh Hoa (60 KM)
Day 06: Thanh Hoa - Vinh (148KM)
Day 07: Vinh – Dong Hoi (198KM)
Day 08: Dong Hoi – Phong Nha – Dong Hoi (90 KM)
Day 09: Dong Hoi – Ho Chi Minh Trail - Hue (190KM)
Day 10: Hue
Day 11: Hue - A Luoi (64KM)
Day 12: A Luoi - Giang (110KM)
Day 13: Giang – Hoi An (110KM)
Day 14: Hoi An
Day 15: Hoi An – Kham Duc (140 KM)
Day 16: Kham Duc - Kontum (195 KM)
Day 17: Kontum
Day 18: Kontum - Pleiku (60 KM)
Day 19: Pleiku – Buon Ma Thuot (200KM)
Day 20: Buon Ma Thuot
Day 21: Buon Ma Thuot – Da Lat (210KM)
Day 22: Da Lat
Day 23: Da Lat – Bao Loc (120 KM)
Day 24: Bao Loc - HCMC (195 KM)
Day 25: HCMC
Day 26: Free Day
Day 27: HCMC / Departure 


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