Epic Northeast - 9 days
Epic Northeast - 9 days

Epic Northeast - 9 days
Price from: $500

Validity: From now until 31 Dec, 2018
 

Tour name

Epic Northeast  

Prince per person in US$

2-3pax = 1551$ | 4-6pax = 1390$ | 7pax up = 1343$

Single room surcharge

145$

Group size

Minimum 2. Maximum 16

Departure

All year round

Tour start

Phnom Penh   

Tour finish

Siem Reap  

Bikes (250cc)

Honda XR or Suzuki

Duration

9 days

Number of cycling days

8 days

Total distance

Approximately 1,250 Km

Culture Shock

Low

Difficulty

4/5

Staff

2-3 persons (1 guide)  

4-6 persons (1 guide and 1 Mechanic)

7 persons up ( 2 guides and 1 mechanic)


Itinerary: 

Day 1: Phnom Penh - Arrival 

Our tour begins in the capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh. We will take the day to get you acquainted with Cambodia’s recent history. We’ll visit the S21 Genocide Museum, the infamous Killing Fields and the bustling Russian Market. Next, we’ll visit the private quarters of the Royal Palace, which is now home to the royal family.

Located on the northern territory of the grounds is the Silver Pagoda, the most sacred temple of the country. In the late afternoon, we will brief you about the trip ahead over a few cold beers, followed by a meal at a local restaurant on the riverfront.

  • Riding: No
  • Meals included: Dinner 
  • Accommodation: Town View III Hotel / Superior room or similar standard hotel

Day 2: Phnom Penh - Snuol

Leaving the chaos of Phnom Penh, we’ll cross the mighty Mekong river by ferry, after which we’ll head north, following the river before crossing back over on a one-kilometer bamboo bridge towards the riverside town of Kampong Cham. 

There, we’ll stop for lunch before finishing the day with a ride through the rubber plantations that lead to the city of Snuol. 

  • Riding: 255Km 
  • Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner 
  • Accommodation: Chamrern Hengly Hotel/ Superior room or similar standard hotel 

Day 3: Snuol - Sen Monorom 

Today it’s up to you to decide: should we cruise along the old «King’s Highway» or ride up into the winding mountain roads? In the afternoon you’ll have the option to visit an elephant sanctuary or the breath-taking Bou Sra waterfall which cascades over three stages.

  • Riding: 151Km 
  • Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner 
  • Accommodation: Natural Lodge/ Bungalow or similar standard hotel

Day 4: Sen Monorom - Banlung

As we glide through the Mondulkiri province, we’ll ride along parts of the infamous «Death Highway» - no fear! It is not mortally dangerous, but merely trying.

The highway offers a mix of dirt, sand and mud tracks, as well as river crossings. By the end of the day we will have arrived in the beautiful Ratanakiri province. 

  • Riding: 141Km 
  • Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner 
  • Accommodation: Ratanakiri Lodge/ standard room or similar standard hotel 

Day 5: Banlung

Rest up! Banlung has a lot to offer: located in the midst of a dense tropical forest, it has an almost perfectly circular shape and turquoise waters to relax in. You can ride out to one of the many waterfalls, visit a remote hill tribe or relax by the clear waters of the Yeak Laom volcanic lake. 

  • Riding: No 
  • Meals included: Breakfast
  • Accommodation: Ratanakiri Lodge/ standard room or similar standard hotel

Day 6: Banlung - Stung Treng

If you’re feeling up for it, let’s hit the trails! Offering an exhilarating ride through sand and gravel tracks as well as several river crossings, local trails will be difficult but rewarding. An easier option takes you directly west to our destination, Stung Treng, where you can ride alongside the Mekong river and explore local villages. 

  • Riding: 163km
  • Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner 
  • Accommodation: Mekong Bird/ standard room or similar standard hotel 

Day 7: Stung Treng - Laos Borders

We’ll cross the Mekong river in the morning and turn north to meet with the river again at the border of Cambodia and Laos. Here, we’ll hop on a wooden, long-tail boat in search of the rare Irrawaddy dolphin (Note: The dolphins now are very little of number due to the new power dams are building in Laos, it is not guarantee to see the dolphin all the time but the view and scenery of the Mekong is still beautiful). Returning to our bikes, we’ll visit the Mekong rapids and then set out on the dirt roads that will bring us to Saem of Preah Vihear province. 

  • Riding: 250km
  • Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner 
  • Accommodation: Sopheak Mongkul Motel/ standard room or similar standard hotel

Day 8: Saem - Preah Vihea Temple - Koh Ker

An early morning ride up winding mountain roads will lead us to the spectacular mountain top temple of Preah Vihear, which is situated between the border of Cambodia and Thailand. Heading back down the mountain, we’ll set course for the remote temples of Koh Ker. 

  • Riding: 170km
  • Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner 
  • Accommodation: Basic Guesthouse in Koh Ker (private bathroom) 

Day 9: Koh Ker - Siem Reap 

Koh Ker, the former capital of the Khmer Empire, is home to over 180 temples and sanctuaries. We’ll hit up several of the most remarkable of these architectural monuments in the morning before setting out towards our final destination: Siem Reap.

  • Riding: 150km
  • Meals included: Breakfast, lunch
  • End of services!

Tour inclusive of: 

  • Professional tour guide
  • All entrance fees and ferry crossing as per program 
  • Accommodation as indicated in the program
  • Meals as indicated in the program
  • Dirt bike Suzuki or Honda XR 250cc + Fuel 

Tour exclusive of: 

  • International Flights
  • Visa to Cambodia ($30/pp)
  • Personal expenses
  • Meals and drinks not mention in program
  • Protection gears (USD25/day/set) 
  • Personal Insurance
  • Tipping
  • Repair fees in case the motorbike is heavily damaged
  • Support van (150$ per day per group)
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