Brief description:* Duong Lam Village: The ancient village of Duong Lam on the outskirts of Hanoi, being home to around 300 houses built three and four centuries ago with lateritic bricks, is also known as "The museum of laterite" . The village has also been described as the last stronghold of wet rice farming culture in northern Vietnam. A journey to Duong Lam village is a trip to trace back the origin of Vietnam's culture and Vietnam's traditions. This is also a wonderful chance explore architecture of ancient houses while wandering along its narrow alleyways, visiting beautiful and exotic temples dedicated to the two kings born there and, most interesting of all, chatting with locals in their ancient ancestral homes. * Ba Vi: Ba Vi is located on a scenic hill comfortably nestled between the Ba Vi Mountains. The Homestead is situated to the west of suburban Ha Noi in a traditional and diverse agricultural landscape (with ponds, streams, lakes and rivers), among some of the most ancient wet rice civilisations in the world. * Hoa Binh: Hoa Binh has great potential of tourism that is endowed with many famous landscapes and scenic beauties with gigantic chains of mountains stretching to the horizon, fanciful grottoes, tortuous and rocky stream and impressive waterfalls that look like a fairly land on earth. One day riding to Hoa Binh, you will be impressed. Detail Itinerary Day 1: Hanoi - Duong Lam village (L, D) (Cycling Distant: 40 - 55km) Day 2: Duong Lam village - Ba Vi National Park (B, L, D) (Cycling Distant: 40 - 55km) Day 3: Ba Vi National Park - Hoa Binh - Hanoi (L, D) (Cycling Distant: 15 - 30km) More detail Tour: