Day 1: SIEM REAP – ANLONG VENG ( L, D )
8:00 AM pick up from your hotel in Siem Reap. Awesome single track leading out of Siem Reap into the surrounding forests. We will then make our way to Anlong Veng through dense forest, sandy trails, and river crossings. We will arrive in the ex-Khmer Rouge stronghold of Anlong Veng, where you can see how Pol Pot’s army was driven back to Thailand. Staying in a hotel with aircon and hot water.
Day 2 : ANLONG VENG – KOH KER ( B , L , D )
Today we will ride on the old trail, which connects capital to capital on a single jungle track. We will leave the former capital behind on a rough and sandy track to Tra Pang Prasat. It might take more time to get there during the rainy season, as the trails are slippery. Spend some time for a sightseeing tour before the last-minute decision on whether to have lunch here or head-on. We will then go to explore the hidden temple Koh Ker for our water stop before making your last distance ride to the guesthouse.
Day 3: KOH KER – PREH VEHEA ( B, L, D )
After Breakfast, we will ride up the mountain to see Pol Pot’s Grave, where there are some great views over the town. If there is time we can go & see Pol Pot’s house. A fun ride through the forest. We will then follow the Dangrek mountains to the mountaintop temple of Preah Vihear on the Thai Border. Spectacular Views from the top. Then back into town.
Day 4 : PREH VIHEAR – KAMPONG SLALAO ( B , L , D )
In the morning we can ride up the mountain to see Preah Vihear temple. It is only tarmac, but it is still a fun ride up. Today we will be mainly riding red dirt roads as we head east towards Stung Treng Province and then up near the Laos border, where we will stop for the night. You have the choice to camp or stay in a local guesthouse with great views. We will be close to the Lao border and the Preah Rumkel Waterfall and rapids.
Day 5 : KAMPONG SRALAO FREE DAY ( B )
Today is our leisure on our adventure! Opt! Take the rowboat to swim in the Mekong River.
Day 6 : KAMPONG SRALAO – RATANAKIRI ( B , L, D )
After a 30-minute longboat trip crossing the Mekong River, we will start the ride on about 100km of graded dirt roads after which it will be about 70km of single track through the jungle. Conditions will be sandy with muddy sections if it has been raining. It will be another long day of riding, with a bit more red dirt into Ban Long. We will be staying in a pleasant hilltop resort with great views. We are very close to the volcanic crater lake of Yeak Loum, which is a beautiful area with crystal clear waters which are great for swimming.
Day 7 : RATANAKIRI – MODULKIRI ( B , L , D )
This route used to be known as ‘The Death Highway’, and depending on conditions can be very challenging. However, a lot of the old trail has been tarmacked so riding the highway is unavoidable in some spots. There are however enough awesome trails, and lots of sand [or mud depending on when you go] to keep you happy. A long day in the saddle will get you to Sen Monorom; the capital of Mondulkiri Province. A cooler climate with lovely rolling hills leads to some great riding towards the end. Depending on the time of year will depend on the route we take as during the wet season some of the hills get so slippery it’s like riding on ice. There is the option to jump on the highway if the group deems it necessary. Staying in a hotel with air-con and hot water.
Day 8 : MONDULKIRI – SNOUL ( B , L , D)
Today will be quite a challenging ride. The forest trail we’ll be riding is only around 50km, but there will be sand, maybe some mud, and rocky climbs and descents. Then it will be a short highway section to Snuol; our stop for the night. If we make good time there is also the option to head towards the Vietnamese border through rubber plantations.
Day 9 : SNOUL – KAMPONG CHAM ( B , L , D )
More scenic today; small river crossings, rubber plantations, and a single track through the forest will lead us back to The Mekong, which we’ll follow into Kampong Cham and civilization…sort of. Staying in a hotel with air-con & hot water.
Day 10 : KAMPONG CHAM – PHNOM PENH ( B , L )
Today will be easier going, following the Mekong river back into Phnom Penh, where the tour finishes. If there is time we could go to the shooting range and you can try your luck with an AK-47 or an RPG [at an extra cost of course] A nice way to end the trip is a sunset boat cruise in Phnom Penh on the Mekong river. End The Tour At Your Own Hotel In Phnom Penh.
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- Motorbike(s) (Honda or Yamaha) 250 cc
- Driving gears
- Gasoline on tour
- English speaking guide
- Mechanic (only for the groups of 6 passengers)
- Accommodation as indicated in the itinerary (based on double shared rooms), homestay - 9 nights
- Villages permission
- Meals as indicated in the itinerary ( B = breakfast , L = lunch , D = dinner )
- Entrance fees & Sightseeing fees
- Fruits & Coffee on tour
- Boat in tour
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