Indochina Traverse

We are looking forward to our next adventure with World Expeditions. Many thanks for a brillant holiday!

Chris and Louise Doyle | Bowral, Australia
 
 

Ho Chi Minh City to Angkor Wat Cycle

Continuing our tradition of pioneering cycle trips, this adventure combines supported cycling through untouched villages from Ho Chi Minh City to the famed temple complex of Angkor Wat. Our journey begins in the fast paced city of Ho Chi Minh City, which we leave behind for the quieter roads to the Cu Chi Tunnels. Crossing through to Cambodia on our way to the traditional seaside fishing village of Kep, we delight in the lush green countryside and fertile rice fields where the locals will amaze us with their warmth and hospitality. We have time to absorb the exquisite palaces, pagodas and French inspired architecture of Phnom Penh, before we embark on an in-depth cycle of the renowned complex of Angkor. The flat roads around the temples make exploration of the area ideal by bike.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Arrive Ho Chi Minh City
DAY 2 Ho Chi Minh City sightseeing and Cu Chi Tunnels cycle (30km)
DAY 3 Cycle to Can Tho (65km)
DAY 4 To Rach Gia cycle (50km)
DAY 5 To Kep, cross Cambodian border enroute cycle (60km)
DAY 6 Cycle to Kampot (50km)
DAY 7 To Phnom Penh cycle (60km)
DAY 8 In Phnom Penh
DAY 9 Transfer to Siem Reap
DAYS 10/11 Cycle around Angkor Wat temple complex total cycle (100km)
DAY 12 In Siem Reap, trip concludes

traveller reviews

Quick note from the plane home to say that was the best holiday ever. Absolutely magnificent. We had the best time and it was the most superb combination of exercise, sightseeing and cocktails!

Mark B., UK

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Trip Code: HMA
Trip Grading: Introductory to Moderate
Duration:  12 days
Activities:  Cycling
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Next Trip:  25 June 2017
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price: $2,490.00 AUD

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