Cycling round Cambodia is undoubtedly the best way to connect with the country and its people. Our fully-supported riding tours include a guide and all the equipment you need. Start with some easy cycling around the spectacular temples of Angkor Wat, before heading east to the Mekong River, which you follow down to the charming capital Phnom Penh. Visit the stunning Royal Palace and little known silk-weaving island of Koh Dach before pedalling south again through rice fields and traditional villages to the peaceful riverside town of Kampot. Your final leg takes you to Sihanoukville, where you can relax on the beaches and stunning islands and perhaps have a massage or two to soothe your weary legs. A unique and unforgettable way to see the real Cambodia!
Best Time To Travel
The temperature in Cambodia is warm to hot year-round. November to February is warm and dry, March to May is very hot and dry, June to August is very hot and rainy and September and October are warm and rainy. The rains during the rainy season are usually heavy and brief during the late afternoons. While it's easy to think the best time to travel is during the dry season, the rainy season has it's advantages. The rice paddies are full of water and green with young rice, the countryside is alive with growing season activity, boat travel on the rivers and lakes is easier with higher water levels, jungle vegetation is green and lush and the stone Angkor temples are at their most photogenic. Additionally, tourist sights are less crowded and prices are lower.
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