Tour inclusive of:
  • Cycling tour guide (English)
  • Private car and driver during the trip
  • Mountain bike & helmet
  • Mechanic & support track
  • Entrance fee as per itinerary
  • Water & snacks during the cycling day(s)
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Elephant watch half day (shared)
  • 4WD ride to Preah Vihear Temple
  • All taxes and service charges
  • Accommodation (twin/double sharing)
Tour exclusive of:
  • Visa fee to Cambodia
  • All flights
  • Travel Insurance
  • Drinks during the meals
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping

Day 1: Siem Reap – Kulen Elephant Forest – Travkod Lake Cycling

08.30 am, get ready and start to ride our bikes from the hotel to Kulen Elephant Forest, which is a natural lake located north of Siem Reap town. The riding loops today are fantastic on back roads via Chrev and Bakong Villages, we will stop to ride an ox-cart, visit the local primary school, village lifestyle, and pagoda, and see the unseen temples (Chaw Srei Vibo and Banteay Ampil).
Picnic lunch at the Kulen Forest Elephant camp and join with others for the afternoon tour to watch the elephant. From preparing healthy snacks to a walk through the forest and a refreshing swim, this experience is a good way to learn more about their version of a good time. As the sun begins to set, have a picnic in the wild and say goodbye to the elephants before heading we are transferring by the support vehicle to Krav Kod Lake for overnight.
Dinner and overnight at a hotel in Trav Kod Lake

Included for the day:
Cycling: 50km (and 2-3km walk in the Kulen Forest Elephant Camp)
Transportation: Support vehicle and diver
Tour guide: English-speaking guide
Meals: lunch, dinner
Accommodation: Thansure Trav Kud Resort or similar

Day 2: Travkod Lake – Phnom Kulen

Breakfast at the hotel.
Today will be a bit challenging for us to ride from the hill of Phnom Kulen. The Phnom Kulen mountain range provides Siem Reap with water and dominates the skyline of the flat plains surrounding it. Although the highest peak of the mountain range lies at only 487m, Phnom Kulen has much to offer visitors. The Cambodian people regard the site as the birthplace of the ancient Khmer Empire. King Jayavarman II claimed independence from Java there in 802 A.D.

Get ready and ride on the paved road for 30km to reach the Phnom Kulen checkpoint, take a little rest for snacks, and then ride to climb up to the top of Phnom Kulen Hill. Lunch boxes will be provided at Peung Chronh, and continue to ride to visit the 1000 Lingas, waterfall. Then we cycle further to our campsite for dinner and overnight in a tent.

Included for the day:
Cycling: 50km (10km cycle to climb the mountain)
Transportation: Support vehicle and diver
Tour guide: English-speaking guide
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Accommodation: Adventure tent

Day 3: Phnom Kulen – Anlong Veng – Saem

Breakfast at the campsite.
We will ride our bikes down the hill, and ride further to Anglong Veng, just over 125 kilometers north of Siem Reap, straight up the N67, Anlong Veng is many things: a frontier town, a crossroads, a border, the last refuge of the Khmer Rouge and the final hideout and ultimate resting place of its notorious leader, Pol Pot. It’s also pretty quiet.
Today we can cycle as long as we can, but 60-70km will be good enough for us because we keep some time to visit the historical sites such as Tam Mok’s house and take a quick time to visit the Thailand border before being transferred to Saem which is the destination today for overnight.

Included for the day:
Cycling: 60km
Transportation: Support vehicle and diver
Tour guide: English-speaking guide
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Accommodation: Preah Vihear Boutique Hotel or similar

Day 4: Saem – Preah Vihear Temple – Koh Ker Cycling

Breakfast at the hotel.
We start to ride our bikes from the hotel to the checkpoint of Preah Vihear Temple, 30km. The road is paved and fewer villages but it will be more about jungle and farmland. Upon arrival, we ride the 4WD up to the top of Phnom Dangrek to visit Preah Vihear temple. Preah Vihear dates back to the beginning of the 11th century. It dominates the plain from its prominent position in the Dangrek Mountains at an altitude of over 700m. The temple is located near the Thai border and was previously occupied by the Thais. It has recently been awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. Explore this historic temple and take in the sweeping views from the summit over Thailand and Cambodia. Picnic lunch will be provided on the site.
Drive back downhill to the checkpoint and continue to ride our bikes for another 30km before we are transferred to Koh Ker. Dinner and overnight in Koh Ker

Included for the day:
Cycling: 60km
Transportation: Support vehicle and diver
Tour guide: English-speaking guide
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Accommodation: I AM Koh Ker Resort or similar

Day 5: Koh Ker – Siem Reap Cycling

An early amazing riding day, we start early from the resort to the Koh Ker temple complex 10km, then our driver will prepare the breakfast picnic for us somewhere near one of the temples. After breakfast, we continue to ride bikes to visit different temples. Koh Ker temples earlier than others, it will bring us a peaceful atmosphere and a sense of jungle temples. Koh Ker was built in the 10th century and functioned briefly as the Khmer Empire’s capital between 928 and 944 A.D. The style of the Koh Ker temple is different from any other temple in Cambodia and has more of a resemblance to the ancient pyramids of Egypt. Partially overgrown by the forest and inhabited only by birds, this temple and its surroundings are an exceptional experience.
Continue to ride our bikes back to Siem Reap direction to reach our goal of around 70km, and transfer to have lunch at a local restaurant in Svay Leu before proceeding to Siem Reap.
Arrive at Siem Reap at around 5 pm, drop off, and end of service. Dinner and accommodation are not included.

Included for the day:
Cycling: 60km
Transportation: Support vehicle and diver
Tour guide: English-speaking guide
Meals: Breakfast, lunch

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