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Cambodia Travel Trails ‑ CLOSED

Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Carla D wrote a review Feb 2016
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Highly recommend this trip. Its such a good way to see all the temples off the beaten track... Many you wouldn't see otherwise. Our guide BoBo was so helpful, informative and caring. Perfect for the job! Thank you. Its a full day but paced well so you have the right balance of cycling but also seeing all the temples. The included coconut juice was a nice touch!
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Nic0le1986 wrote a review Mar 2015
Munich, Germany1 contribution1 helpful vote
We did a full day Angkor cycling tour, together with our friendly guide Sophoan Rath and had a really nice day. The bicycles were comfortable (offroad suitable) and of high quality. They were brought to the hotel in the morning, so we had no hassle. Pick-up time was easily agreed by email beforehand and everybody was on time. As there were no other tourists that day, we were lucky and got a private tour for the two of us. We (age mid twenty) were impressed by the fitness of our guide, who kept going smoothly all day long while the youngsters got heavy legs in the afternoon. ;) The tour does not require a certain fitness level, as speed is adjusted to your needs and terrain is flat, nevertheless weather is hot and we made almost 40km that day. The bicycle is the perfect transport option for Angkor as temples are to far apart to walk. You get closer to the temples with a bike than with a TukTuk and save walking time. During the tour, we stopped at all major temples in the Angkor complex and explored them by foot. I feel like we have seen really a lot in one day! (We used our following 2 days to see Kbal Spean, Banteay Srey and Bang Mealea outside of Angkor and only came back for sunrise/set). So if you have only limited time, the bicycle tour gives you a very good 1-day experience. I actually expected a little more "wilderness" during the tour, but the temple area's roads are all heavily used and most paved. But the guides know the nice shortcuts between the sites. The English explanations of our guide were interesting and easy to understand. He could answer all our questions and was super friedly. I need to emphasise here that he was always motivated to take pictures of us and had a really good eye for it (I'm usually dissatisfied with the outcome when handing my camera to any stranger ;-) Overall it was a very positive experience which I really can recommend!
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Date of experience: March 2015
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