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Cycle Cambodia and choose the difference you make

11 Days Moderate 450 KmAVG 90 Km
Social Cycles will take you on a journey to interact and connect with local grassroot Non Government Organizations (NGOs) and the beneficiaries of a funded project of your choosing. Research what really happens on the ground and out in the villages with Social Cycles in a tour that carefully ...
Last updated by Social Cycles on 20 Dec 2016

Cycle Saigon to Phnom Penh via the Mekong

12 Days Easy-Moderate 450 KmAVG 75 Km
Get on a bicycle, off the beaten track and explore the contrast in countries between Cambodia and Vietnam. Social Cycles will take you on a journey to interact and connect with local grassroot Non Government Organizations (NGOs) and the beneficiaries of a funded project of your choosing ...
Last updated by Social Cycles on 20 Dec 2016

Khmer Empire

9 Days Easy-Moderate 700 KmAVG 140 Km
Having enjoyed a few ice-cold Angkor beers at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Phnonm Penh, riders will cycle along the northern edge of the Tonle Sap, Cambodia’s most important waterway. Three days later they will arrive for a double rest day in Siam Reap. Here the participants will marvel at ...
Last updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Golden Triangle

17 Days Easy-Moderate
Staying inland from the coast, they will travel through small villages and National Parks before turning west and climbing over the Kaew Nua Pass into rural Laos. Here they can explore the amazing karst formations and caves during their rest day in Thakhek, situated on the legendary Mekong ...
Last updated by TDA Global Cycling on 25 Mar 2017

Bamboo Road

88 Days Moderate 7321 KmAVG 114 Km
Leaving the modern city of Shanghai, riders will soon find themselves pedaling through bamboo-clad hills, alongside lakes and canals and staying in ancient villages before enjoying a few days in Hong Kong. From there cyclists will follow the coast through an area known for the best dim sum in ...
Last updated by TDA Global Cycling on 21 Mar 2017

Cycle South East Asia

27 Days Moderate
Exercise the body and the mind with a leg pumping, eye-opening cycling tour of Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. Enjoy a different perspective as you bike through the limestone cliffs of north Vietnam, along rock-face hugging passes down the stunning coast and on to buzzing Ho Chi Minh City. ...
Last updated by Intrepid Travel on 16 Feb 2017

Cycle Indochina

13 Days Moderate
What’s the best way to explore Southeast Asia? From a bicycle, of course, with the wind in your (helmet-covered) hair and tropical breeze on your face. Cycle out of busy Ho Chi Minh, through the Mekong Delta, past riverside villages and alongside paddy fields, and see life from a different ...
Last updated by Intrepid Travel on 16 Feb 2017

Angkor to Phnom Penh Challenge

5 Days Challenging 590 KmAVG 147 Km
Adventure through Cambodia's countryside of rice fields and water buffalo, connecting Cambodia’s two most important places. I!
Last updated by Mad Dogs Adventure on 30 Nov 2016

Karma Cambodia

14 Days Moderate 674 KmAVG 61 Km
This is the essential Cambodia trip. You might come to see Angkor Wat, but you will leave with a much wider appreciation of all that is Cambodia. Friendly faces, delicious food, rich culture and history, and some great riding make this an amazing experience all in less than two weeks. This trip ...
Last updated by Grasshopper Adventures on 15 Nov 2016

Bike Cambodia for Families

7 Days Easy-Moderate 120 KmAVG 30 Km
One of the top Asian destinations for families, Siem Reap is known for the Angkor temples but there is more to it than just temples. There are few places in South East Asia that are as family friendly as Siem Reap. A great variety of activities, some great traffic-free cycling and ...
Last updated by Grasshopper Adventures on 15 Nov 2016

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