Upon arrival into Pakse, meet your guide at the airport and start cycling through Pakse town a towards the UNESCO Heritage site of Wat Phou. The terrain is flat and road is not very frequent...Show More
Today’s cycle will start with a transfer by boat to the other side of the Mekong. Ride down the famous route 13, the only road in Laos that runs through the whole country. When arriving at Path...Show More
Wake up early this morning and meet your guide for a unique bird watching safari through the Wetlands. The activity will start at 6am and finish by 9-9.30am.This requires observation and listenin...Show More
After yesterday’s long cycling strip from the Xe Pian Wetlands, today’s cycling will be based on continuous Island hoping, by boat and with bridges at times.In the morning, cycle around Don K...Show More
This morning, say goodbye to the 4000 Islands and take the boat out to Ban Nakansan before getting back on the saddle towards to Cambodian border.Before we continue head to the border crossing, w...Show More
An early rise this morning and a local breakfast before we start heading due south. We’ll cycle from the hotel this morning, following the Mekong River on the right hand side. After twenty or s...Show More
Today is a series of river crossings and temple visits. We’ll start from Kratie and ride a few kilometers down to our first ferry. Once we disembark we’ll head for Chhlong on a road...Show More
Today our goal is something very special Sambor Prey Kuk via Kampong Thmor. Recent archaeological studies have shown that these ruins, about 160 km from Angkor Wat, are part of an ancie...Show More
Today we avoid to some of the poorer roads in Siem Reap province by transferring to Kampong Kdei. Not far from the national road is an ancient Khmer bridge that spans and even more ancient r...Show More
This morning we start our bike ride to the entrance of Angkor Wat and head to Ta Prohm, famous from the film Tomb Raider, and deliberately left by French conservationists in the sa...Show More
Today we’ll wake early and head to the outskirts of Siem Reap where we’ll begin our cycling for today. We’ll begin by meandering through rice fields and quiet dirt paths before coming to a ...Show More
Enjoy the day at leisure. Transfer to the airport for your individual departure flight.
Laos offers cycling in a diverse and beautiful landscape with some of the most breathtaking landscapes in Asia. From the UNESCO world heritage city of Luang Prabang to the coffee plantations and waterfalls around Bolaven Plateau you can immerse yourself in this beautiful, quiet country.
Although Laos has two distinct weather seasons, you can cycle in Laos 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.