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Fri 11 Mar - Sun 20 Mar 2016


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Your challenge day by day

Day 1, Fri 11 Mar 2016

Day 1: International departure from London

The countdown is over as we meet at London Heathrow for the long-awaited adventure. A Charity Challenge representative will meet the group to assist with the check-in process.


Day 2, Sat 12 Mar 2016

Day 2: Arrival in Siem Reap

Welcome to Siem Reap, where a local Charity Challenge representative will meet the group and accompany you  to a centrally located hotel. There is a bike fitting after lunch, where you can adapt your bike with gel seats or SPD pedals, etc, should you choose to bring them. Enjoy some down time before dinner and a full briefing about the challenge ahead. Overnight in hotel.


Day 3, Sun 13 Mar 2016

Day 3: Sightseeing in Angkor Wat (approximately 30kms cycling)

What better way to start the trip than by exploring Angkor Wat on two wheels! Once there, climb the steep and narrow steps of the central spire for an awe-inspiring view of the whole temple, surrounded by jungle. From the temple, you continue by bike on a tour through Cambodia’s ancient history with many temples and ruins along the way. Overnight in Siem Riep.


Day 4, Mon 14 Mar 2016

Day 4: Battambang (approximately 90kms)

Rise and shine early for a 90-minute transfer to Svay Sisaphone, from where today’s ride begins. The first 30kms will be on a main road, before heading off-road and onto smaller paved routes. Keep your eyes peeled for mountain views, fields of corn and rice and the contrasting architecture of ethnic Khmer homes and village farms. Our destination is Battambang, a sleepy colonial city. Overnight in hotel.


Day 5, Tue 15 Mar 2016

Day 5: Pailin (approximately 90kms)

Prepare for the toughest ride so far as sections of the road are bumpy and riddled with potholes. In addition, look out for cows who may be crossing the road ahead! The ride passes through rice fields and along the Cardamom Mountains. There’s another 40km before lunch, where we stop for a well-earned rest. More hills follow, before a final downhill into Pailin where we overnight.


Day 6, Wed 16 Mar 2016

Day 6: Chanthaburi (approximately 47kms)

It’s a short ride on scenic roads towards the quiet rural border crossing, where we pass through immigration and stop for lunch. Thai guides will join us with new bikes on the other side. From here we pass through trickier terrain along the Thai countryside, en route to Chanthaburi. Pack swimwear and flip flops for a refreshing beach stop along the way. Overnight in hotel.


Day 7, Thu 17 Mar 2016

Day 7: Rayong (approximately 80kms)

Another challenging day ahead, as we head out along the panoramic road to Kung Wiman Bay. The cycling will be tough, but the payoff is the landscape you pass through – coastal roads fringed by casuarinas trees, forest-covered hills and mangrove swamps. We will also pass by fruit orchards, rubber plantations and fishing communities. Overnight in hotel.


Day 8, Fri 18 Mar 2016

Day 8: Bangkok (approximately 75 kms)

Today is the final day of cycling – but it’s not over, until it’s over! It’s a challenging ride along the coastline, before a welcome break at the Noong Nooch Botanical Gardens. From here you head for Thailand’s infamous capital, for a fantastic celebratory dinner and Bangkok’s vibrant nightlife. Overnight in hotel.


Day 9, Sat 19 Mar 2016

Day 9: Depart Bangkok for London

The day begins early with a transfer to the airport, before the international flight back to London. Be sure to swap details with new-found cycling pals on the flight home.


Important information

The itinerary & distance approximations are there as a guide and may change due to unusual weather, road conditions, the strength of the group, and so on. We will do our best to keep to the itinerary; however we cannot be held responsible for any last minute changes. In all such circumstances, your expedition leader will have the final say.

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