Cool off at the numerous waterfalls during the trip
Witness how Cambodians live their day to day life
Have fun in the dirt in this tropical playground
Roll through one of Southeast Asia's last remaining wilderness area

Wilds of Cambodia

9 days
Site savings
$1,940 USD

From Cambodia's capital of Phnom Penh you'll ride to the Gulf of Thailand and the former resort town of Kep, then cycle along the coastline through quaint fishing villages. After a day at the beach you'll head north to the Cardamom mountains and overnight at a Community Based Eco-Tourism (CBET) project that is offering locals an alternative living to logging and hunting. Here you'll ride on single track trails before cycling further north to an eco-lodge that boasts the nearby Tatai waterfall. Next you'll leave Cambodia and ride into Thailand; you'll be on the coastline of the Kingdom's narrowest strip. The tour draws to an end at the sandy beaches of Koh Chang island.

  • Category
  • Type
    Fully Guided
  • Duration
    9 days
  • Culture Level
  • Skill Level
    2 - Novice
  • Activity Level
    3 - Active
  • Elevation
    2 - Moderate
  • Terrain
  • Distance
    285.8 miles
  • Avg. Daily Distance
    35.7 miles
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  • Where does the tour start and end?

    The tour starts in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and ends with a transfer to Bangkok, Thailand.

    Fly into Phnom Penh International Airport (PNH), fly out of Suvarnnabhumi Airport (BKK).

  • How long is the tour? How many days cycling?

    The tour is 9 days long with 8 days of cycling.

  • What's the trip like?

    You will ride 460 km on a mixture of tarmac roads in reasonable repair, vehicle width dirt trails, and some single track. Most of the rides are on flat terrain, with a few rolling hills towards the end of the tour, and on quiet back roads. The tour operator tries to avoid the highways where possible.

    Suitability: This trip has been designed to be easy with flat riding, but there are variations in the surfaces. This trip can be done by anyone of a reasonable fitness level. A support truck is always available to help when required, with the exception of Day 4.

    Biking Conditions: The roads are a mixture of tarmac, broken tarmac, vehicle-width dirt roads, and single track trails. The distances aren't overly long and can be handled by those with basic fitness levels. Some off-road experience is suggested to enjoy the day riding in Chi Phat.

  • How many riders will be in the group?

    Groups can be from 2 to 16. For groups of 9 or more, a second guide joins the tour.

  • Is there a minimum age for this tour?

    Yes, riders must be 18 years old by the time the tour starts.

  • Can I rent a bike for the tour?

    Yes, quality mountain bikes can be hired for the duration of the tour.

    The bikes are well-known makes with lightweight alloy frames, 24 to 27 speed gears, v-brakes, have Shimano components and front suspension.

  • Am I safe?

    The tour leader is trained in first aid and emergency rescue. But to a large degree, riders must be responsible for their own safety during the tour. It is therefore compulsory that you take out travel insurance that will cover you for a cycling tour.

  • Do I have to pay if travelling alone?

    You are not required to pay a surcharge for travelling alone. The tour operator will arrange for you to share accommodation with another traveller of the same gender. If you cannot be matched, they will provide a single room at no extra charge. If you prefer not to share, a single supplement is payable to guarantee your own room.

  • Please see a message from the tour operator about policies relating to COVID-19

    The Tour Operator is committed to ensuring all trips are safe and that they travel responsibly with the safety of riders, staff and local communities paramount, always.

    Their health and safety policies follow recommendations from the World Health Organisation and the World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Safe Travel protocols for tour operators and they have worked with all their suppliers to undergo a comprehensive risk assessment and safety audit for every trip. As every country is different with varying and fast-changing requirements for entry, they require for every trip tocommit to the following basic requirements:
    - All participants must be double vaccinated by a recognised vaccine and will need to show evidence upon booking and on arrival.
    - All Tour Operator tour leaders and support staff will have completed a COVID-19 health and safety training course and will all have been double vaccinated prior to a tour starting. For 2021 departures onwards, they are planning to have our leaders tested within 72 hours of meeting the group.
    - The Tour Operator follows the World Travel and Tourism Council’s Safe Travels protocol and has received the stamp of approval, which provides travellers with an assurance that they have adopted the health and hygiene global standardised protocols.

  • Are helmets included when hiring a bike?

    Yes, if you're hiring a bike from the operator, a complimentary helmet is provided, although you are welcome to bring your own if you wish.

Overall Rating:
Another satisfying experience
Kristian Kallaur — September 2017
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

My fourth multi-day trip with the tour operator. Another exciting adventure through Cambodia. Great guides & drivers, great food & on road support. Varied and interesting accommodation. Sihonoukville beaches and single track jungle trails to waterfalls a highlight of a terrific trip. Mr Wang(guide) and Mr Com (driver) were excellent.

Great crew
Phillip Hart — July 2017
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

I first realised how well the tour operator was looking after us, when I had a flat tire on a remote road in very hot weather. It was soooo hot and while I was drinking an ice cold energy drink, the support crew pulled off the back wheel, swapped over the tube, refitted the wheel, pumped it up and handed the bike back to me with a smile. What could have been hot and sweaty for me was a refreshing break instead. Great work!

Challenging and enjoyable
Paul Topping — February 2016
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

Wilds of Cambodia cycle tour was a great tour of a part of this wonderful country. The cycling was challenging at times but always enjoyable and well supported. The tour guide and his team were friendly, helpful and knowledge, and courteous at all times. "Tree" was a very good tour leader. He clearly enjoyed his job and was always keen to ensure that we were as fully informed as possible about all aspects.