Cambodia and Angkor Adventure - 10 Days
Cambodia and Angkor Adventure - 10 Days

Cambodia and Angkor Adventure - 10 Days
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Day 1 Phnom Penh to Kampong Cham

Riding to Kampong Cham from Phnom Penh is the best way to begin a tour in Cambodia. There’s great roads through villages, agriculture and local industry and by late afternoon you will find yourself having a drink by the Mekong River.

Distance

  • 160 km/100 mi (5hrs) 

Activities

  • 2 x Mekong River ferry crossings 
  • Wat Maha Leap temple 

Meals Included

  • Lunch

Accommodation 

  • 3 star hotel 

Day 2 Kampong Cham to Kratie

Kratie is charming and the ride through the quaint villages along the east bank of the Mekong from Kampong Cham is a such a highlight. Spend the afternoon on a dolphin encounter tour and soak up the relaxed vibes of Kratie.

Distance

  • 130 km/80 mi (4 hrs) 

Activities

  • Late afternoon Mekong River dolphin encounter tour 

Meals Included

  • Breakfast 
  • Lunch 

Accommodation

  • Guesthouse 

Day 3 Kratie to Sen Monorom

Sen Monorom is really just a village, even though it’s the provincial capital of Mondulkiri. 

It’s a beautiful place and home to the minority Bunong people who have an extraordinary affinity with elephants. 

The last 50 km’s into town is just fabulous for riders; hills, bends and beautiful scenery. 

The province borders Vietnam and due to the cooler climate coffee is grown here.

Distance

  • 205 km/128 mi (6 1/2 hrs) 

Meals Included

  • Breakfast 
  • Lunch 

Accommodation

  • Guesthouse 

Day 4 Sen Monorom to Ban Lung

The capital of Ratanakiri is Ban Lung. The province borders both Laos and Vietnam and is famous for it’s gems and wildlife. 

Ratanakiri is home to many endangered and rare species such as gibbons, clouded leopards, elephants and sun bears.

Just on the outskirts of Ban Lung is the beautiful 4000 year old Boeung Yeak Lom (volcanic crater lake). It’s circular in shape, extremely deep with crystal clear emerald water and is a popular picnic and swimming spot.

Distance

  • 195 km/121 mi (4 hrs) 

Activities

  • Visit to a volcanic crater lake 

Meals Included

  • Breakfast 
  • Lunch 

Accommodation

  • Guesthouse 

Day 5 Ban Lung to Preah Rumkel

Right on the border of Laos is Preah Rumkel, a small community based village homestay. It’s really in the middle of nowhere and lies on the banks of the Mekong. One of the highlights of the day is the Mekong River boat cruise.

Distance

  • 195 km/121 mi (5 hrs) 

Activities

  • Late afternoon Mekong River boat trip 

Meals Included

  • Breakfast 
  • Lunch 
  • Dinner 

Accommodation

  • Homestay 

Day 6 Preah Rumkel to Krong Preh Vihear

Krong Preah Vihear is a sleepy town. We stay at a guesthouse with a difference, because it’s run by our favourite Cambodian family. Mum and her two daughters spoil us rotten every time we go there. It’s not the fanciest guesthouse but it is the most welcoming and genuine in the whole of Cambodia.

Distance

  • 170 km/106 mi (5 hrs) 

Activities

  • Visit to the Mekong Rapids 

Meals Included

  • Breakfast 
  • Lunch 
  • Dinner 

Accommodation

  • Guesthouse 

Day 7 Krong Preah Vihear to Siem Reap

Siem Reap is now the third largest city in Cambodia, it was once a small village but due to the sheer number of tourists it’s expanding at a rapid rate. There is so much nightlife, restaurants and bars you won’t know what to do with yourself after being in the countryside. It’s a popular place because it’s the home of one of the most famous attractions in the world, Angkor Wat.

Distance

  • 190 km/118 mi (4 1/2 hrs) 

Meals Included

  • Breakfast 
  • Lunch 

Accommodation

  • 4 star hotel 

Day 8 Siem Reap

Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples, Ta Prohm and Bayon are astonishing. It’s an awesome day with a local and knowledgeable guide wandering through this amazing archaeological site.

Distance

  • Non-riding day 

Activities

  • Angkor Wat archaeological site tour 

Meals Included

  • Breakfast 
  • Lunch 

Accommodation

  • 4 star hotel 

Day 9 Siem Reap to Kampong Thom 

Kampong Thom is home to Sambor Prei Kuk which translates to mean the “temple in the richness of the forest” and was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2017. The region is also famous for being heavily bombed by the US in the 1970’s and on a more positive note, for growing delicious cashew nuts.

Distance

  • 150 km/93 mi (4 hrs) 

Meals Included

  • Breakfast 
  • Lunch 

Accommodation

  • 4 star hotel 

Day 10 Siem Reap to Kampong Thom 

Hit the road and head back to Cambodia’s capital city Phnom Penh via the Sambor Prei Kuk temple complex.

Distance

  • 190 km/ 118 mi (6 1/2 hrs) 

Activities

  • Sambor Prei Kuk archaeological site tour 

Meals Included

  • Breakfast 
  • Lunch 

Accommodation

  • Not included 

Inclusions

  • all accommodation (homestay to 4 stars) 
  • everyone gets their own room unless you travel and share with your significant other 
  • 10 x lunches 
  • 9 x breakfasts 
  • 2 x dinners 
  • support vehicle (with 4 or more customers) 
  • unlimited bottled drinking water 
  • dolphin encounter tour in Kratie 
  • entry to the volcano crater lake 
  • Mekong boat cruise on the Laos border 
  • entry to the Mekong Rapids 
  • Angkor Wat temple complex tour 
  • Sambor Prei Kuk temple complex tour 
  • 2  x Mekong River ferry crossings 
  • minimum 2 x English speaking guides (Sam and or Emily always go on tour) 
  • hotel pick up/drop off 
  • fuel 
  • sunscreen and mosquito repellant 
  • a free mini video of your adventure 
  • and a free gift bag (t-shirt, cap, krama (Cambodian traditional scarf), drink cooler (stubby holder), international power adaptor, rechargeable torch and a map of Cambodia)

What's not included

  • Airfares 
  • Visas 
  • Airport transfers 
  • Travel insurance (mandatory) 
  • Dinners (except for the ones included in the itinerary) 
  • Souvenirs 
  • Alcohol 
  • Laundry
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