Cardamom Mountain Eco tour ( Moderate ) Tour code: BIK09

You can find various natural and cultural sites in the forest such as waterfalls, ancient burial jars, bat caves, and wildlife animals like elephants, hornbills or flying squirrels.

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Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains are one of the last places in South East Asia with large expanses of intact lowland rainforest, where contiguous forest connects mountaintops to the ocean, pristine rivers cascade to the sea, and wildlife is still in relative abundance.

This 4-day tour combines a mixture of exercise, nature and relaxation in the remote village of Chi Pat located in the Cardamom Mountains. Discover the Burial Jar mountain bike trail, enjoy a relaxing sunrise cruise while spotting birdlife and wildlife along secluded rivers, and spending time swimming in the cool water.


Day 1: Phnom Penh - Chiphat
Day 2: Burial Jar Trail Mountain Biking
Day 3: Sunrise cruise, bird & wildlife spotting
Day 4: Chi Phat - Phnom Penh


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-    All sightseeing tour and transfer services as detailed in the above itinerary
-    All accommodation as detailed
-    Air conditioned support vehicle
-    Truck to transport bicycles
-    English speaking local guide
-    English speaking local cycle guide / mechanic
-    Bicycles hired
-    Boat ticket from Chau Doc to Phnom Penh
-    All entrance fees for attractions included in the above itinerary
-    Daily drinking water, cool face towels & snacks whilst cycling
-    All meals as detailed in the above itinerary (B = Breakfast - L = Lunch - D = Dinner)
-    1 free for tour leader with 13 cyclists up


-    Services not detailed in the above itinerary
-    International flights to Vietnam and from Cambodia
-    Vietnam and Cambodian Visa fees
-    Drinks with included meals
-    Expenditure of a personal nature
-    Discretionary tips
-    Travel insurance
-    Any payment / money transfer charges


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When to do: October to March

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