Travel 75km of Siem Reap's quiet back roads and discover beautiful temples, countryside and people
Discover the true Cambodia with a full-day motorbike tour
Visit secluded temples and ancient ruins, legacies of the Khmer Empire
Practice before setting off or share the bike with your experienced guide - this tour is perfect for beginners and serious bikers alike
Find a relaxing spot for a BBQ lunch where you can swim, fish and relax
Tap into the local knowledge of your Khmer guide and make the most of his translator skills!
How best to see Cambodia? Like the locals of course! The Khmer people's main means of transport is motorbike, and it's the quickest way to escape the tourist traps and see the real Cambodia. You'll get a true sense of freedom zooming along the Khmer trails through green rice fields, lush bamboo groves and remote jungle. The roads are virtually traffic-free and the 125cc Honda Dreams are easy to ride. But just to be on the safe side, you'll get extensive instructions and the chance to scoot about and test your skills first. If you're not feeling confident, not to worry, just hop on the back of the guide's bike instead. Visit several low-key sites including the isolated Koh Khrong temple before heading over to an ancient reservoir for a delicious BBQ. Take a refreshing swim, go inner tubing, try your hand at fishing or relax in the surrounding nature whilst lunch is prepared. What's more, the community benefits directly from every visitor through a specially set up development fund.
If you are competentto ride a motorbike, I strongly recommend that you book a day tour with one of the guides thru "Beyond Unique Escapes", either for the day trips to Angkor Wat, the Tonle Sap Tours, and especially the morotbike tours thru the countryside. Ask for Mr. Chhoun Chhan as a guide and you will have a delightful trip outside the "tourist areas" and into the countryside. We visited out of the way temples, rode on the lakebedof Tonle Sap and generally had a wonderful adventure for two days. "Beyone Unique Escapes" is slightly more than some of the other tours, but for a once in a lifetime experience, choose the best, please!