We booked the discovery tour, which was 2 hours through the Cambodian country side. This is an excellent business run by a Breton named Herve Nicole. With his company, SAFETY COMES FIRST, NO EXCUSES! Read thoroughly on his faq and be prepared. A quad each for the discovery tour was USD 58 each. But this is the price for imported high quality and excellently maintained quads!
First off, I would advise people to book directly with the company - Quad Adventure Cambodia was the first Quad business in Siem Reap and after that, another opened right next to them which are owned and run by a rich Khmer family from Phnom Penh (Siem Reap Quad Adventure).
BOOK DIRECTLY WITH THE COMPANY AND NOT THE HOTEL!
Secondly, you'll be picked up at your hotel. They will be on time. Look for a guy in a red collared shirt! Some hotels will not even let the guys inside because they already have a higher commission deal with the other Quad company.
Once you get to the Quad Adventure Cambodia headquarters, there'll be a short lesson on riding a quad bike. If you are confident and have experience riding one, excellent! If not, they will immediately tell if you are inexperienced and a bit scared no matter what you say! But don't worry, there will be a guide sitting behind you, which I didn't mind.
Finally, you'll be off on your adventure, on the road, then through some rice paddies, along some streams, through some villages. Many children will run out and wave. Wave back!
Also AVOID THE POOP ON THE ROAD! It will seriously go EVERYWHERE if you do!
You will be asked whether you want to visit the orphanage or school. Some people think this part is a bit dodgy. There may be a suggestion to buy a bag of rice or a box of noodles to give to the kids there. Obviously, the guide takes a commission from the shop for this so seriously guys, DON'T BE SURPRISED. These are poor people just trying to make a living in every way they can. And plus, the schoolkids get rice.
Highly recommended to stop at the pagoda if you are doing this tour. It's great to look at, and if you are Buddhist, go inside and light some incense.
A stop at the crocodile farm is good too. If you are daring, go inside and hold a baby crocodile, and beware the monkeys!
This should be the next on your list aside from visiting the temples and the museum! If you can handle it, go to visit Kulen Mountain, the waterfall, Banteay Srei and Kbal Spean. That is definitely the first on our list on our next visit to Siem Reap!
Once finished and back at the quarters, you'll get a cold towelette and a bottle of water.
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