Here is the Draft Itinerary Of Biking Vietnam & Cambodia 20 Days.
Day 1: Saigon - Cu Chi Saigon (Biking)
Our team bring you to head to Cu Chi Tunnels and drop at the start biking point at Ben Nay after an hour by support vehicle. Fitting your top quality Cannondale, Trek or Giant mountain bikes with helmets are ready for you to start the exciting road trip of 25 to 30 km. Guided by well English spoken biker, you will ride the back roads and hidden dirt trails to escape the crowds and bus tourists and to see the real Southern Vietnam. You will have a local lunch after finishing a half of the cycling trip.
Explore Cu Chi Tunnels, which includes weapon and booby trap exhibitions, navigating authentic Viet Cong tunnel system, visiting different underground bunkers (kitchens, meeting rooms, ammunitions etc.), a firing range and much more. Try the local cassava root that sustained Viet Cong fighters for years. Afterward, you return to Saigon around 17h and free venture Saigon By Night.
Day 2: Saigon - My Tho (Biking)
After you are meet at hotels in HCM, an hour driving you to Binh Chanh rural Dist for a full day ride. We ride on back road to Can Giuoc. A short break at Don Rach Cat base which French built 1903 to protect Vietnam from oversea attacks. Then we continue cycling to Vam Co Dong River and take publish ferry to Go Cong. In the afternoon, after cycling 20 km we will have another ferry crossing before we ride on quiet back road to Cho Gao for overnight in My Tho City.
Day 3: My Tho - Tra Vinh (Biking)
After your breakfast at hotel, a short transfer you Ben Tre city, the ride start from urban district. Toay is a long way to go most routes are country back roads so you can enjoy scenery and local all the way. There will many rivers you will cross; Ham Luong River and Co Chien Rivers and many small other rivers to urban Dist of Tra Vinh city.
Day 4: Tra Vinh - Soc Trang (Biking)
From the hotel, we follow small road which linking to rural village, we continue ride to through villages, local markets to Cau Quan. Lunch will be served in Dai Ngai town after taking 2 ferries through Cu Lao Dung islet. From local restaurant high way 60, we turn into small road to explore untouched villages all the way to Soc Trang
Day 5: Soc Trang - Can Tho (Biking)
Day 6: Can Tho - Rach Gia (Biking).
Have breakfast before you enjoy a boat ride to Cai Rang floating market. Your boat will go through this market slowly and you will have an opportunity to watch the beautiful scenery and daily activities of the local. Disembark from your boat for another land market where you could find all kinds of farm products here. Then we bike on dirt track through country villages, rice-paddy and crossing a network of canals to Thoi Lai and Giong Rieng Dist. We will end up our cycling today and have a transfer to Rach Gia city in late afternoon.
Day 7: Rach Gia - Phu Quoc Island (No Biking)
There is no cycling today. The group will take high speed boat to Phu Quoc Island. It takes about 10 minutes drive from hotel to the dock of Super Dong. Boarding at 8:30am and the boat ride takes about 2 hours and 20 minutes to get to Bai Vong dock. You will be taken to hotel for check in. Free to relax your tired legs on beach after so many day cycling.
Day 8: Phu Quoc Island Free & Easy (No Biking)
Organizing your own activities to be rested for the next adventure cycling.
Day 9: Phu Quoc Cycling Halfway & Fishing On Boat (Biking).
Enjoy half day fishing on private boat with Lunch on boat and cycling through the Phu Quoc National Park.
Day 10: Phu Quoc Island - Ha Tien (No Biking)
We will have a half day riding on Phu Quoc Island. The group will start cycling from hotel, ride on coastal road to Duong Dong town, then we keep riding on back road coastal road and turn right and ride on dirty track through national park to Thanh Thoi Dock. Enjoy an hour and 20 minutes on big ferry to Ha Tien.
Day 11: Ha Tien - Kep (Biking)
After breakfast, we start to ride from the hotel pass Mac Cuu Family Tombs and along the beach to Xa Xia border. Once in Cambodia, your Cambodian team awaits you to hand over the bikes and give you a warm welcome to Cambodia. Our ride in Cambodia starts with an amazing rural ride from the border to Kep. Kep is a small beach town with much colonial charm tucked away from the beach. On our ride today we will see many farmers looking at you curiously from under their rice hats and children shouting hello to us. Upon arrival in Kep we check in at the hotel and take the rest of the day off. Overnight in Kep.
Day 12: Kep - Sihanouk Ville (Biking)
We depart today for 50km ride to Cambodia’s premier beach resort, Sihanoukville. This ride is beautiful and all over good tarmac roads. As we cycle, we’ll catch glimpses of the Gulf of Thailand here and there. This very quiet and relaxing ride passes by Kampot and its Damrei Mountains (or Elephant Hills). On top of these hills is Bokor Hill Station which is visible from the road. These mountains form a perfect back drop of today’s ride. In Kampot we enjoy a short cycle or walk through this provincial capital with its many well preserved French colonial buildings. We cycle onwards through the paddy fields towards Veal Rinh. There we can chose to transfer or cycle the additional 40km over the 7 hills of Sihanoukville.
Day 13: Sihanouk Ville - Phnom Penh (Biking).
After breakfast we are free to enjoy a morning at the beach. After lunch at 2PM we start our transfer to Cambodia’s capital; Phnom Penh, which was once considered the most beautiful city in the orient. The remains of many colonial buildings are still present in the city. Phnom Penh has several world famous landmarks to visit, which mostly relate to Cambodia's turbulent past. We check into our hotel and are free to fill in dinner.
Day 14: Phnom Penh - Kompong Thom (Biking)
Day 15: Konpong Thom - Siem Reap (Biking).
Day 16: Siem Reap - Angkor Complex Cycling (Biking).
Day 17: Siem Reap - Bantey Srei - Siem Reap (Biking & Boating)
Early morning, leave hotel and bike pass the jungle heading to the remote area of Angkor complex to the Bantay Srey which was believe was build by females artists. You will pass the country side of Khmer people and stop to see how people make sugar and local vodka from “tnoat”- Khmer sugar palm. The trip end with the lunch at the long house of “Bong Thom” in the middle of the organic rice farm.
Afternoon lunch, you will be transferred to Tonle Sap for Sunset Boat Trip. Your dinner will be hosted at one of the finest local restaurants in town.
Day 18: Angkor Culture & Sight-Seeing Tour (No Biking).
Complete your general knowledge about the Angkor Era.
Day 19: Free & Easy in Siem Reap (No Biking).
You completely have a full rest day with your own exploring activities in Siem Reap such as: shopping, swimming or taking a tuk tuk to experience any charming places in this jungle city.
Day 20: Siem Reap Departure - End Of Service (No Biking).
|Total Cycling Distance||800km km|
|Avg Distance/Day||50km km|
|Avg Climbing/Day||N/A m|
|location_on||Destinations||Vietnam – Cambodia|
|flag||Tour Ends||Siem Reap|
|flight_land||Fly In To||SGN Airport|
|flight_takeoff||Fly Out Of||REP Airport|
|group||Group Size||2-10 Riders|