You will stay in various standard hotels and guesthouses.
Day 1: Phnom Penh to Kampong Chhnang
After breakfast at 8:30 a.m., you will be leaving from the Indochina Motorbike Tours' base or your hotel. They can arrange to have the motorbike delivered straight to your hotel (if required). It takes only 30 minutes to head to the north part of Phnom Penh, called Baset mountain which is the main place for enduro training. Then, you keep going with a few technical track towards Kampong Chhnang. On this first day, it will be the easiest ride.
Day 2: Kampong Chhnang to Chombok
Today, you will ride through a little village and experience some challenging rides over sandy tracks, single tracks, a small river crossing, and dusty tracks, passing through a remote village and scenic landscape. You can make a stop on the way to get a nice dip in a natural swimming pool.
Tonight, you’ll stay in Chombok in the local community of Krang Chang Vay village and you will be sharing the room. Experience a bucket shower in the bathroom so that you may enjoy the local lifestyle.
Day 3: Chombok to Chi Phat
Today, it will be a long ride and adventure with a technical trail in between a part of Aral and Cardamom mountain towards Chi Pat. You will stay in Chi Pat for the night. It's made of wilderness and is a very eco place which includes a scenic mountain and waterfall.
Day 4: Chi Phat to Sihanoukville
You will be leaving Chi Phat heading 30 kilometers south into a sugar cane plantation and then keep on riding 12 kilometers on the road. After that, you explore a secrete beach and ride on towards the final destination of the day: Sihanoukville with a couple of sandy tracks.
Day 5: Sihanoukville to Kampot
You will have some more technical rides heading down to the southern part of Cambodia and get more opportunities to see old towns and histories from the French colonial via small town Kampot and Bokor mountain, the most popular pepper plantation. These are the real experience of the southern part of Cambodia.
Day 6: Kampot to Kep
It is sort of a long distance from Kampot to Kep, but you can make it with a few technical trails nearby to the secret lake and pepper plantation, Khmer rouge dams, a little temple in a cave, and more between.
Day 7: Kep to Phnom Penh
Today, you will be leaving Kep and ride through a small village and see the beautiful countryside. You’ll stop at Takeo Province and have some lunch. After that, you can move on to see the ancient temple on top of Chiso mountain. From there, you can see the beautiful landscape. Your trip will be ending around 4 p.m. in Phnom Penh.
This tour covers several places in Vietnam including: Phnom Penh, Kampong Chhnang, Chombok, Kirirom National Park, Chi Pat, Sihanoukville, Kampot, and Kep.