Wilds of Cambodia Cycling Holiday

8 nights from £1515.00

Cycling Trip Highlights

  • Off the beaten track adventure
  • Majestic forests, flowing rivers and waterfalls and stunning white sand beaches
  • The bustling capital of Phnom Penh
  • Explore Ream National Park


Wilds of Cambodia Cycling Holiday
8 nights from £1515.00
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WE LOVECambodian Culture
The Cambodian people are some of the friendliest on earth. You will encounter locals intrigued by your cycling holidays in Cambodia and a warm welcome wherever you go. Enjoy the food, the traditional way of life and the wonderful Cambodian culture.
WE LOVEOff The Beaten Track Adventure
Your cycling holiday in Cambodia will take you through stunning landscapes dominated by endless rice paddies, captivating mountain ranges and Khmer houses. The tracks are quiet and you can immerse yourself in Cambodian culture in this off the beaten track experience.

What's Included

Your Cambodia cycling holiday

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Day 1Arrival

Meet in Phnom Penh in the morning and take the transfer provided to Takeo Province. Your first sight in Cambodia will be the infamous and sombre Killing Fields, used by the Khmer Rouge to carry out their murderous regime. From here, you’ll move to Banteay and start cycling to Kep, a beautiful resort on the beach where you’ll spend the night in an eco lodge.

Total distance48km
Day 2Kep to Sihanoukville

The first attraction today is a temple with a difference as it’s in a cave. Next on your cycling holidays in Cambodia you’ll encounter serene fishing villages en route to Kampot, a riverside town where you’ll stop for lunch. The afternoon ride will lead to Ream National Park, renowned for its green forest and idyllic beach.

Total distance80km
Day 3Sihanoukville to Chi Phat

Today you’ll take on some awesome trail riding through the jungle. The scenic route takes you along ox cart trails to a former Khmer Rouge Commander’s house and a pier, where a boat will be waiting to transfer you back to the beach. Tonight you’ll catch a transfer to Chi Phat and take a short ride before dinner at a home stay.

Total distance45km
Day 4Chi Phat

Departing Chi Phat, it will be time for some off road cycling. Today’s rustic route takes you through a flowing river to land formally ruled by ancient tribes. The path will vary from mud to sand, which will challenge your technique and stamina. When you need to take a break and cool down, there will be multiple stop offs at waterfalls.

Total distance42km
Day 5Chi Phat to Tatai

The starting point for today’s cycling is Trapueng Rung. The ride today encompasses enchanting rain forest with a few hills for you to tackle. Tatai waterfalls will signal the end of today’s cycling, but not before a jump and swim in them to cool off. The eco lodge for tonight will be reached by a boat along the Kep River.

Total distance60km
Day 6Tatai

Today is a free day. Relax, take a kayak along the river or enjoy the waterfalls. For those feeling a little more adventurous you can take on a hike.

Day 7Tatai to Trat

Today it will be time to say goodbye to Cambodia and hello to Thailand, but not before a gentle ride and final hill to Koh Kong. After crossing the border, you’ll catch a transfer to this evening’s hotel.

Total distance42km
Day 8Trat to Koh Chang

The first stop off of the day is Thailand’s second largest city, Koh Chang. You’ll get a sense of the laid back Thai culture, cycling through authentic villages, past beautiful temples and crossing the Trat River. This afternoon, relax in Koh Chang, on a stunning white sand beach, before your farewell dinner.

Total distance50km
Day 9Departure

This morning is set aside for relaxation before your transfer to Bangkok, where it will be time to say goodbye after an incredible trip.

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What to ExpectFrom from enchanting natural scenery to ancient temples

Explore this beautiful and complex country by bicycle and discover a cyclist’s paradise. Visit the ancient temples of Angkor, cycle through paddy fields, tiny roadside hamlets and spectacular, deserted beaches. Immerse yourself in the Cambodian culture and experience an inner tranquillity brought about by probably the friendliest people on earth and a country steeped in fascinating modern history.

9day holiday
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60km avg
Expect to ride an average of 60km per day

How's the Weather? in Cambodia

Dry SeasonNovember to April
The dry season runs from November until April. During this period it is usually very sunny, warm and humid with temperatures ranging between 25 -35 degrees. The best time to visit is from the beginning of December until the end of January and it is also the best time for sunrises and sunsets You will experience almost no rainfall as you move into March and April.
Wet SeasonMay to October
Rain showers can be expected between May and October although in October it is quiet hot and rain is only sporadic. It is also the most picturesque time to be in Cambodia. June through to August are cool and rain will fall in the evenings and at night.

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