Upon arrive we meet you from your flight with private transfer to your hotel. You may wish to consider our arrival and be whisked past the queues of tourists who wait in line for their Visas with our fast-track visa and baggage collection process.
Afternoon free and your own leisure after long flight Journey and overnight stay
Day 2: Phnom Penh – Sihanoukville
After breakfast you will have first tested drive from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville; located in south of Cambodia. Sihanoukville, also known as Kampong Saom, is a province (khaet) of Cambodia on the Gulf of Thailand. This port city is a growing Cambodian urban center, located 185 kilometres (115 mi) southwest of the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh. The province is named after King Father Norodom Sihanouk and grew up around the construction of Sihanoukville Port. Construction on the port began in June 1955 and it was the only deep water port in Cambodia. The port was built in part due to the waning power of the French leading to the Vietnamese tightening their control over the Mekong Delta and hence restricting river access to Cambodia. Sihanoukville beaches have made it a popular tourist destination. After arriving we check in at the hotel have dinner and explore the city.
Day 3: Sihanoukville– Kep
Breakfast in hotel
Drive from Sihanoukville along the coast to Kep. Kep is a coastal city and former beach resort in Cambodia's Kep Province, 173 kilometres southwest of Phnom Penh. The city was founded in 1908 during French colonial rule and was originally named Kep-sur-mer. Many of the French-style villas are overgrown and run-down, but Kep is slowly being redeveloped and tourism is reemerging. The colonial influence is noticeable in the city's Provencal-style architecture and French cuisine. After arriving we check in at the hotel have dinner and explore the city.
Day 4: Kep – Phnom Penh
After breakfast we ride from Kep to Phnom Penh, passing Takeo province. In the afternoon is free time for visiting the national museum or the killing fields in Phnom Penh.
Day 5: Phnom Penh - Mondulkiri
Breakfast in hotel
We Leave from Phnom Penh to Mondulkiri. Beautiful landscape scenery is waiting for us driving the whole day along the Mekong riverbank. This is one of the most beautiful areas of Cambodia; perfect for riding with the motorbike. On the way we make a stop at Kampong Cham (the third biggest city in Cambodia) we visit Nokor Wat, a temple from the 11th. Century. After that we go on with our way to Mondulkiri. We check in the hotel and find a nice place to have dinner.
Day 6: Mondulkiri – Kratie
In morning we drive from Mondulkiri to Kratie. We will visit Busra waterfall, it is located in Pich Chenda district about 43 kilometers northeast of Mondulkiri provincial town, Sen Monorom. Busra is considered by many to be the most beautiful waterfall in Mondulkiri. The waterfall is divided into three stages:
• First Stage: The waterfall fall is 8 to 12 meters high and 15 meters wide in rainy season and 10 to 15 meters wide in dry season.
• Second Stage: The waterfall fall is 15 to 20 meters high and 20 meters wide in rainy season and 18 to 25 meters high and 13 meters wide in dry season. The second stage is 150 meters from the first stage.
• Third Stage: The speed of waterfall is faster than the second stage. This stage cannot be reached because it is in the thick forest. There are no marked paths and dangerous wildlife inhabits the area.
The double-drop waterfall is very popular with the locals who use it as a bathing and picnic spot. Its top level is around 10m in height, and the lower level drops down 25m to the gorge. It is in a scenic and pristine setting and offers great photo ops.
Day 7: Kratie - Stung Treng
On the Seven day we drive from north from Kratie to Stung Treng. In the morning we will drive 15 KM north to the river Kampi. Here we will make a boat trip and see the fresh water dolphins. If we have more time that day we will visit Phnom Sombok, a pagoda on top of the mountain with a beautiful view on the Mekong. After that we drive to Stung Treng. Stung Treng is located in the north-east of Cambodia near the border to Laos. Check in at the hotel, have dinner and explore the city
Day 8: Stung Treng (Mekong River crossing) - Tbeng Meanchey
After breakfast we drive direction west to Tbeng Meanchey. In the morning we have to cross the river Mekong with a boat. We pass a beautiful landscape and have a big choice of different types of roads. (From very good big Roads to small Jungle Trails) In the evening we explore the city, check in at the hotel and have dinner.
Day 9: Tbeng Meanchey - Sra Em
On the nine day we ride from Tbeng Menachey north to P near the Thai border. In the afternoon we drive up the mountain to visit Prasat Preh Vihear, a Hindu Temple built during the reign of the Khmer Empire. The Temple was built in the 9th century and is located on the top of a 525 meter tall mountain. This temple is a real highlight for this tour and not many tourists are around there. After visiting the temple we drive to Sra Em Village. We check in the guesthouse and have dinner and explore the city.
Day 10: Sra Em - Siem Reap
After breakfast we are leaving Sra Em direction south to Siem Reap. We will have lunch in Anlong Veng. Anlong Veng was till 1998 the headquarter of the Khmer Rouge and the last place of fighting. After lunch we drive up to the mountain and visit the crematory place of Pol Pot, the hidden bunker of Pol Pot and the House from Darmok. In the afternoon we drive to Siem Reap and check in at the hotel.
Day 11: Siem Reap – Phnom Kulen Waterfall
After breakfast we drive 50 KM through small villages and jungle to Phnom Kulen. Phnom Kulen has a major symbolic importance for Cambodians as the birthplace of the ancient Khmer Empire, for it was at Phnom Kulen that King Jayavarma II proclaimed independence from Java in 802 A.D.The site is known for its carvings representing fertility and its waters which hold special significance to Hindus. Just 5 cm under the water's surface over 1000 small carvings are etched into the sandstone riverbed. The waters are regarded as holy, given that Jayavarman II chose to bathe in the river, and had the river diverted so that the stone bed could be carved. A lotus flower protrudes from his navel bearing the god Brahma. The river then ends with a waterfall and a pool. After lunch we have a swim at the waterfall and visit a temple. In the afternoon we drive back to Siem Reap and finish the tour by having dinner at a local place with live music. Day 12: Siem Reap -Angkor Thom
Breakfast in the hotel
Morning visit the city of Angkor, stop visit South Gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon temple and Ta Prom with is exciting interplay of stonework, nature, big tree and root cover on top of temple..
Return to the hotel, break for lunch time.
Day 12: Siem Reap Departure
After breakfast transfer from hotel to Siem Reap International Airport for journey back home.
1. All accommodations on during trip
3. Entrance fees for all sites as per program
4. Private specialized motorbike guide, including Motorbike and gasoline, perfect English speaking
5. Motorcycle for the whole trip (Gasoline is inclusive)
6. Motor riding protected materials (Helmet, Gloves, Elbow, Knee-Protection, Dirtbike Shoes, Goggles, Jersey and Pant)
7. Boat trips and ferry
8. Transport for the Motorbikes and gear to Phnom Penh (for starting the tour)
1. Cambodia Entry Visa
2. Domestic & International ticket
3. Meals: Lunches and Dinners
4. Other personal expends