The Cycle Vietnam to Cambodia challenge is one of the best in the world, taking you from Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) to the ancient temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
Before starting you’ll have time to explore the fascinating city of Saigon – the heart of Vietnam – before commencing with your journey.
Then it’s 382km of cycling taking you through traditional Vietnamese villages, following gorgeous streams and rivers, passing paddy fields and adjacent to stunning mountains. Few locals will have seen foreigners cycling past and their interest and hospitality will spur on even the most tired cyclist.
After a fascinating river journey and rest day on the Mekong and Bassac Rivers, you’ll cross the border into Cambodia and push on to the world famous temple site of Angkor Wat – arguably one of most fascinating wonders of the world! Built from 879 – 1191AD by the Khmer civilisation, Angkor Wat represents one of mankind’s most astonishing architectural achievements and is certainly the jewel in Cambodia’s crown.
Two fascinating countries – one awesome challenge.
- 13-23 April 2024
- 17-27 November 2024
- 12-22 April 2025
- Option A: Registration Fee £299 + Minimum Sponsorship £3,990 (2024) / £4,040 (2025)
- Option B: Registration Fee £299 + Self Funding £1,995 (2024) / £2,020 (2025) + raise as much as you can
Airport Tax and Fuel Surcharge Contribution of £250 applies to all options above.
The Vietnam to Cambodia Ride takes place twice every year and is one of the many bike rides that we offer. For more information, please visit the Global Adventure Challenges website or contact our events team.