A truly enjoyable way to journey between Siem Reap and Saigon is by bike and riverboat. Start out in your luxurious hotel in the ancient temple town of Siem Reap, then explore the ruins of Angkor before boarding your boat for a cruise down the Mekong. After several days of cycling exploration and leisurely cruising, finish up in the glistening, bustling and vibrant southern city of Saigon, Vietnam.
Along the journey, cycle and cruise down the Tonle Sap River in Cambodia then through the lush canal network that is the Mekong Delta. Biking or hiking through the backroads and paths each morning, you will have the opportunity to meet local people, learn about their lives and traditions, and see first hand the agricultural miracle that is the Mekong Delta, while enjoying delicious local cuisine, and staying in comfort throughout the journey.
270 - 305 Km riding. The riding is entirely flat. You’ll cycle on a great variety of surfaces, ranging from concrete to hard-packed dirt and even a few forest trails around Angkor. Traffic will almost always be a rarity, allowing you to engage with the locals as you go, stopping for a chat or a photo opp as you wish.
Pedal assist E-bikes are an available option on this tour.
We specifically welcome non-cycling partners or friends on this trip and will have special activities planned for them each morning while the riders are cycling.
Standard Cabin: $4,990 USD
Single room: $1,500 USD
Upper Cabin: $5,690 USD
Single room: $2,000 USD
Discover UNESCO World Heritage Angkor Wat at sunrise and cycle small tracks through the jungle to ancient ruins.
Cyclists and their non-riding partners will explore Phnom Penh together by tuk-tuk with an expert local guide.
Float down the Mekong Delta on the classy Toum Tiou and take in the changing scenery from the deck.
Take a walking tour of Saigon and sample delicious Vietnamese specialties along the way.
WHAT MAKES US STAND OUT
This unique tour allows you to take in the wonders of the lush Mekong Delta at a leisurely pace as you cycle and cruise from Siem Reap to Saigon. We understand that cyclists may have partners or friends who want to join the tour without getting on a bike. For our non-riding participants, we’ve created a separate itinerary that includes all of the must-sees of the area, walking tours, and fun activities as well as a few joint explorations with the cyclists.