Angkor Wat to Hoi An

Hotel & Bike 13 nights

VISITING: Cambodia, Vietnam

Free E-bike Hire

Overview

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Why we love this tour

"This route includes some challenging riding, but for keen cyclists the effort really pays off. See the world famous temple complex at Angkor Wat,enjoy stunning mountain scenery once you cross the border into Vietnam and finish off with beautiful coastal cycling."

Ride overland through Cambodia and Vietnam

Stay in Siem Reap, Hoi An, and lesser-known local towns

Visit traditional villages and kayak along the Mekong River

Adventurous cycling with some hilly terrain and longer days

Free E-bike hire for 15 April departures onwards, when booked by 29 February - deducted when we confirm your tour

Guiding
Guided
Distance
475miles/765km
Level
Moderate to Challenging
Standard
Comfort
Departs
Sun, Fri
Runs
Jan, Jul, Oct, Nov, Dec
Code
CA001
Fly to
Siem Reap
Good for
Multi-Country
Return
Da Nang

This off-the-beaten-track adventure guides you from Angkor Wat in Cambodia to Hoi An in Vietnam. Leaving the tourist trail behind, you’ll ride on quiet roads and dirt trails to hilltop temples, minority villages and riverside towns. On day six, you’ll kayak along the Mekong River, and there’s a rest day in Ban Lun town before you descend to the coast.

The longest day is just over 60 miles, with a few hills and rough tracks along the way. The gradients are less than 10%, and most ascents are a mile or two long, with occasional longer stretches. You’ll be riding on top quality bikes, with a support vehicle on hand if you need a break. En route, you can cool off in waterfalls, meet rescued Cambodian wildlife, and pay your respects at the My Lai memorial. On the last day, you’ll sail into the UNESCO city of Hoi An before riding the last rewarding miles by bike.

Accommodation

Stylish to Simple Hotels

In tourist towns, you will stay in stylish and comfortable hotels. In smaller locations, simple hotels with air-conditioning and private bathrooms are used. In remote locations, you will stay in guesthouses with shared facilities.

Example hotels:

Belmond La Résidence d'Angkor
Victoria Hoi An

Stylish to simple hotels and guesthouses

Full Board (apart from 3 meals)

Support vehicle is always available

Luggage transferred each day

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What's included

Price includes

13 nights accommodation

Board basis: Full board (apart from 3 meals)

Service of a local English-speaking guide in each country

Air-conditioned support vehicle available for assistance at all times

Transfers during the tour

Luggage transportation

Water and snacks while riding

All entry costs & attractions listed on the itinerary

For groups of at least 6 people an additional bike mechanic

Cycling jersey & a water bottle

Price excludes

Flights & transfers

Visas

Alcohol & soft drinks

Tips

Bike hire and extras

Bike hire

Top quality, well maintained Merida (Vietnam) & GT (Cambodia) mountain bikes are included in your tour price, fitted with hybrid tyres for touring, a comfortable sadle and handlebar bags. 

Mountain bike

Top quality, well maintained Merida (Vietnam) & GT (Cambodia) mountain bikes

£0

E-bike

Trek Conduit+ E-bike

£358

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Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions about this tour. Simply click on a question to reveal the answer.

How do i get there?

Fly to Siem Reap

How do I get back?

Fly from Da Nang.

What is a ‘Moderate to Challenging’ cycle holiday?

Generally in hilly areas, with numerous climbs, downhill stretches and longer daily distances. Moderate to challenging cycling is suitable for regular and experienced cyclists with a good level of fitness.

We are always on hand to offer advice, so please give us a call if you wish to chat about the tour’s grading.

 

What if I can't find the departure date I need?

Please give us a call. If you are a group of four or more, we can usually add a departure date within the season to suit you.

Why are the hotels not listed in the itinerary?

We use a pool of hotels to maximise availability for you.

What will the group size be?

The tour requires a minimum of 4 people to run and there will be a maximum of 14 guests. 

Will I have a local guide?

Yes, your guides in each country will be English speaking and local. The local guides will be a highlight of your tour as they are experienced and will pass on their knowledge and passion for their country. They will show you the best places to eat, help you meet local people along the way and give you a real feel for the local culture. 

Can I take a break from the cycling?

Yes, if you want to take a break, jump into the the air conditioned support vehicle that is always available.    

What will the food be like?

You will experience the best of Cambodian & Vietnamese food during your trip and it will be a highlight of your holiday. Cambodian food has subtle flavours and there is a strong tradition of fish and fresh vegetables. Contemporary Cambodian cuisine offers something for everyone.

Vietnamese food is very varied across the length of the country. Each regional has local adaptations of classic dishes. Your guide will share their passion for their cuisine and they will lead you along a culinary adventure. Drinking water is always included with meals, any other drinks will be extra. 

What snacks will I get during the cycling?

You will be supplied with local snacks & energy bars. Clean water and electrolyte drinks are provided to keep you hydrated. 

Is there a single supplement?

No, there is no extra charge for single travellers if you share a room with another same sex single guest. If you want your own room you can pay a supplement. 

Can you arrange my flights?

Flights are not included with our tours. However, we are more than happy to offer advice on long haul and regional flights, based on our extensive experience of travel in Asia.

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