Day 01: Sai Gon - Cai Be (L/D) (25 - 45 km)
After Vietnam Backroads' team pick you up at your hotels, we spend an hour and half driving on free ways to My Tho. See farmers, gardeners working on farming land, fruit orchards on paths. Sharing space with kids going to school on ferries before you have lunch served at local. An easy ride allows you stop at local to understand living activities on biking to home-stay.
Day 02: Cai Be - Ben Tre - Tra Vinh (B/L/D) (30 - 75 km)
From home-stay, we cycle through the Island of An Binh, past local markets, schools, and fruit gardens on dirty track to Cho Lach. After lunch, a short transfer to avoid geting hot, we choose the best route for your afternoon riding. You will have a beautiful ride through villages with thousands of coconut tree on paths before a ferry crossing taking you to Tra Vinh.
Day 03: Tra Vinh - Can Tho (B/L/D) (30 - 80 km)
Tra Vinh is the seaside province in Mekong Delta but many local beaches at Ba Dong are not popular because they are too far from city and water is also not very clear. The most attractive things to travelers is amazing landscapes and its cycle routes which you can bike on to as getting close to friendly peasants and Khmer people. Today you will be cycling on beautiful paths, past the farmlands and stopping at some hamlets on your way cycling to Cau Ke for lunch. In the afternoon, continue your ride heading off to Can Tho.
Day 04: Can Tho - Long Xuyen (B/L/D) (30 - 90 Km)
The first thing to know in Can Tho is the real floating market and you really need to see the market in action. After a boat ride to this market, we will explore various waterways that criss-cross the countrysides of Phong Dien, O-Mon and Thoi Lai. In this afternoon, continue biking through removed villages and stopping at Bang Lang stork garden before biking to Long Xuyen city.
Day 05: Long Xuyen - Chau Doc (B/L/D) (40 - 90 km)
Today, we cycle through the farmlands which were abandoned lands before 1975. Since 1980, Mekong farmers have moved and settled in this land. Witness first-hand how big the rice bowl of Vietnam is. Have a coffee break at a little village by canals. Continue riding to Ba Chuc, the killing fields near the Cambodia border where the red Khmer soldiers killed over three thousand Vietnamese people in 1978. Lunch en route. After lunch, ride to the border town of Tinh Bien. Then, cycle to Chau Doc. Stay the last night in Vietnam
Day 06: Chau Doc - Phnom Penh by high speed boat (B/L/) (no cycling)A four hour boat trip will take you to Phnom Penh capital. This is an opportunity for you to enjoy scenery alongside of river banks of Mekong River from Chau Doc to Phnom Penh. Our team will pick up you and take to your hotel for check in. Free to explore capital city by your own.
Day 07: Phnom Penh - Siem Reap (B/L/)(30 km)
After your breakfast at hotel, you will have a transfer to rural area of Kampong Thom for morning riding. Explore local life on back roads, ride pass villages, rice paddy fields and have another transfer to Siem Reap in late afternoon.
Day 08: Siem Reap - Banteay Srei - Siem Reap (B/L/) (25 - 60 km)
Today’ morning bike ride enable you enjoy beautiful scenery through lush jungles to Banteay Srei Temple, the citadel of Women, with superbly intricate reliefs of male and female divinities. Visit the land mine museum on your way back to Siem Reap. Overnight in Siem Reap.
Day 09: See Angkor complex by bike (B/L/) (35 km)
Today is special chance for you to discover temple complex of Angkor and mystery of Angkorian architecture. Many other temples are including such as; Angkor Temple, Bayon Temple, and Angkor Thom
Day 10: Siem Reap Departure (B)
You will have an early start to enjoy sunrise at Angkor Watt today. Then we return to the hotel for breakfast. Relax on your own free time until a pick talking you to airport. End of tour!