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Mekong Delta and Angkor CVE

Trip Duration 13 Days

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Mekong Delta and AngkorScores 9.0 out of 10 based on 45 reviews
(9 out of 10)


The Mekong Delta and Cambodia are interesting and fascinating places to visit, and you get to see so much more on two wheels than two legs.

The highlights were:
- cycling around the rural communities, villages, islands and waterways of Can Tho
- talking to the Vietnamese and Cambodian people
- seeing the Floating Markets, the Meat, Fish and Vegetables Markets
- Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom

The two Cambodian guides (Cham and Toneth) were fantastic - informative, friendly, helpful and really keen that we saw everything that life in Cambodia involves, and understood the history of their beautiful country. They were attentive to the needs of the Group and had a lot of fun with us and their support team. Ya, the mechanic was brilliant and a very helpful guy. The iced water and watermelon he and his colleagues provided were very much appreciated.

Unfortunately the Vietnamese guide (Huon) was a bit intense and not always the most helpful or understanding (eg when luggage didn't arrive on the flight from Dubai). He also had no interest in cycling with the Group or answering questions/explaining things along the way - he seemed more intent on cycling alone a long way ahead of the Group. On previous cycling holidays the guide and mechanic have always cycled with the group - a front and rear marker - this was not the case on the Vietnam leg (but was the case in Cambodia). His knowledge of his country and daily instructions to the Group were however very good. This is the third Explore holiday I've undertaken and the other two Guides have been excellent. Unfortunately Huon wasn't the best advocate for Explore for those members of the Group for whom this was their first cycling holiday experience.
Confirmed traveller: 08 April 2017
Published on: 16 April 2017
(8 out of 10)


I loved both Vietnam and Cambodia, and my highlight was the warmth of the people, and trips to local farms/small manufacturers. The tour was 'full on' but very enjoyable.

Our main guide was not the most helpful unfortunately, and I say this having been on other Explore and Exodus cycling trips before.

One tip would be not to make the longest day of cycling after the homestay evening, where hardly anybody slept particularly well due to dogs barking and cockerals calling early in the morning.

Overall a good trip though.
Confirmed traveller: 08 April 2017
Published on: 11 April 2017
(10 out of 10)


Excellent holiday! However seats on bicycles need to be more accommodating and transport on busses needs to be more air conditioned. All of the holiday overall was amazing it's my first Explore holiday and I have never cycled regularly either and found the holiday perfect. Our tour guide was fantastic, absolute pleasure to be around!
Confirmed traveller: 08 April 2017
Published on: 10 April 2017
(10 out of 10)


Excellent itinerary with manageable cycling distances and good choice of hotels.
The tour leader Binh was superb in the way he managed the trip with just the right back
Balance of humour and information. He maintained a relaxed relationship with the group but at the same time was very good at maintaining all the necessary checks to make the holiday ran smoothly. He ensured all the hotel arrangements and meals were up to a standard and ensured there were no problems. We never had to worry about our luggage from the day we arrived with Binh checking their collection on and off the coach and to the rooms.
It was a bonus to have local guides to offer further insight.
The mechanics and support team were always very helpful and friendly as were the bus drivers. The bikes were of a high standard and well maintained.
An excellent holiday!
Confirmed traveller: 04 March 2017
Published on: 07 March 2017
(10 out of 10)


This trip is well organised ,distances appropriate to the easy tag. A great route taking in many interesting temples ,museums, local enterprises on the "silk" island and the historic sites in Cambodia. Our guides Jackie throughout the trip and Tony in Siem Reap and Cham in Phnam Penh were full of information and very encouraging .
I like the night we spent in the home stay. A friendly and cheerful family who looked after us well in their home. A privilege to stay with them. Lovely too to have swimming pools at the end of a hot day. The MotherHome Boutique was well located and a pleasant hotel.
I feel I've returned home better informed and have had a unique experience.
Confirmed traveller: 25 February 2017
Published on: 06 March 2017
(9 out of 10)


Great balance of cycling and visits. Jackie was an excellent tour leader who managed our expectations well and had great attention to detail.
Highlights were the fascinating insights into rural life and the opportunity to try different foods; beautiful temples and the great group dynamics.
Confirmed traveller: 25 February 2017
Published on: 02 March 2017
(9 out of 10)


This is a great trip with a good mix of cycling and sight seeing. The best cycling was on the islands in both Vietnam and Cambodia. ...these were exceptional for seeing the lives of people and touching the culture. I loved the cycling off road through the woods and hidden villages at sien reap ending up cycling in and around one of the temple areas. ..the best day for sure. Our guide Binh was brilliant. Going to the killing fields and the prison was harrowing but necessary to understand the culture. The Vietcong tunnels were amazing. Great trip.
Confirmed traveller: 04 February 2017
Published on: 05 February 2017
(8 out of 10)


The home stay was the tops and the local people so warm and informative. It was good to finally be away from big, noisy, westernised cities.
The biggest downside was when we needed to all have a hot lunch together....I found hot lunches (particularly chinese ones) unpalatable in the heat and after exersertion.
Confirmed traveller: 03 February 2017
Published on: 05 February 2017
(9 out of 10)


Could not have been much better, Great sights, good accommodation, would not change anything. Some minor niggles but that's part of adventure travel for me.
Confirmed traveller: 03 December 2016
Published on: 07 December 2016
(9 out of 10)


Southend on Sea
Great trip with a fascinating insight into Vietnam and Cambodia. Highlights for me were cycling the backroads of these countries, the sunrise visit to Angkor Wat, the Chu Chi Tunnels, the floating markets and the speedboat ride on the Mekong. Great itinerary
The last hotel in Siem Reap was a disappointment and really was not up to standard in many respects, although the staff did all they could to help. The homestay was an interesting experience!
Local guides were very good but our tour leader could have had more consideration for the slower cycling members of our group and set the pace accordingly. At times it felt like we were on more like a cycling race than a holiday, particularly as the grade was classified as "easy" and none of us were novices. There were a few other niggles about the leader, but overall he got us from A to B safely, the group got on well together and we all enjoyed the trip.
Confirmed traveller: 03 December 2016
Published on: 06 December 2016