You will meet your fellow cyclists and tour guide in the vibrant city of Hoi An, where you can bond over a welcome dinner. Make sure you stay out late enough to see the town light up with lanterns lining the river at night, a truly beautiful sight.
This morning's ride will take you to My Son, a 4th century centre of the Cham civilisation. The journey to My Son will be scenic and although multiple temples were destroyed during the war the remaining ones are sure to impress. You will take a transfer back to Hoi An.
Today's cycling is approximately 54km.
The day will begin with a transfer to Quang Ngai followed by a pleasant cycle to My Lai. My Lai is a sombre place, the sight of one of the worst massacres in the Vietnam War. After a tour of the museum you'll continue cycling through the countryside reaching a pagoda at the end of the ride.
Today's cycling is approximately 46km.
Prepare yourself for a little more challenging cycling along undulating roads and through majestic forests. After a transfer you'll begin the climb to the top of the Viloluk Pass which offers superb views and an awesome descent.
Today's cycling is approximately 90km.
This morning you'll visit Jarai and Bhanar, two towns steeped in mythology. The towns are also renowned for their communal houses, each of which has unique architecture. After lunch its time to cycle to the where the best coffee in Vietnam is grown, Pleiku.
Today's cycling is approximately 60km.
Today you'll say goodbye to Vietnam and cross the border to into Cambodia. The first ride in Cambodia will take you to Bunlung, an isolated Khmer provincial capital.
Today's cycling is approximately 70km.
Today is a rest day, meaning you are free explore where you want at your own pace. If you're up early, check out the morning market or take a trip to the crater lake of Boneng Yeak. Legend has it this lake is so deep, its base has never been reached. There will be a group dinner at the lodge tonight.
It's time to get back in the saddle and this morning's route takes you along flatlands to Stung Treng. This ride takes you through authentic Cambodian countryside, so expect to see plenty of rice paddies and rubber tree plantations. You'll cycle as the sun sets giving amazing views, before a wonderful dinner tonight
Today's cycling is approximately 110km.
After a cycle through some quiet villages and hamlets you'll take a cruise in Kratie on the Mekong River. Kratie is best known for its wildlife and in particular, its pink dolphins, not a sight you see every day! This evening you can enjoy the Mekong River from the roof terrace at the hotel.
Today's cycling is approximately 85km.
You'll be back on a boat on the Mekong this morning, this time to the French colonial town of Chhlong. Take a look at the stunning pagodas and small mosques. Next, cycle to Wat Han Chey, an 8th century hilltop pagoda, where you will have a picnic lunch with spectacular views. This afternoon's cycle will be to Kampong Cham, where tonights hotel is waiting with a swimming pool.
Today's cycling is approximately 85km.
Today's route follows dirt tracks along the Mekong and heads towards Kampong Thom. You'll surround yourself with plantations, rice paddies and small villages - authentic rural Asia! Kampong Thom is home to the stunning Sambor Prei Kuk temple.
Today's cycling is approximately 96km.
After a transfer to an 800 year old bridge, it will be time to start your final cycle in Domdek. You'll cycle along historic roads which connect Kampong Thom to the Angkor Wat in Siem Reap. Tonight you'll have dinner in a trendy garden restaurant.
Today's cycling is approximately 65km.
Cycle to the magnificent Angkor Wat, classed at the 'Eighth Wonder of the World'. You'll also have a look round Ta Prohm, filming location for the film Tomb Raider. The beauty of this temple lies within it being completely untouched. You'll see the Angkor Thom, Bayon temple, a series of faces carved out of stone and the Terrace of the Elephants. After lunch you'll have saved the best until last, the jaw dropping Angkor Wat. Tonight you'll have your farewell dinner in Siem Reap.
Today's cycling is approximately 30km.
This morning is free time before its time to say goodbye after an incredible trip.
Exploring Vietnam & Cambodia gives you an opportunity to immerse yourself in 2 wonderful countries, each with its own turbulent and fascinating history. From the bustling city of Ho Chi Minh to the tranquil roadside hamlets of Cambodia, cycling through this incredible region will take your breath away.
The dry season in the south of Vietnam begins in November and ends in May with late February to May being slightly hotter and with higher humidity. The wet season lasts from May to early November with June to August receiving the highest rainfall of the year.
Cambodia has two distinct weather seasons but you can cycle in Cambodia at any time of the year. The dry season lasts from October to late April and the wet season lasts May to late September. It is usually hottest from March to June and it can also be very humid during this period. The coolest months of the year are October and December but temperatures are still regularly in the mid 20s which make cycling very pleasant at this time.