Situated just 88 km south of Phnom Penh, stands Cambodian first National Park which once was King Sihanouk favourite retreat spot. Now, not only being a perfect getaway for locals, but Kirirom is also home to many animals; elephants, deers and wild pigs, live deep inside this green forest.
On this trip, we will get a chance to experience a real Cambodian way of life. Riding on a bamboo train- a unique locally made train. The one and only bamboo train that is practically used on the real railways. Spend a night like a local in Chambok, a community of 9 villages that located just next to Kirirom National Park. Being known for its community-based ecotourism, Chambok has a lot to offer to different kind of interests, but shared the same ecotourism mind.
|Tour Cost||US$250||Single Supplement||US$30|
|Bike Hire||Included (Full suspension available on request with an extra charge of $20)||Total Cycling Distance||110 kilometres|
|Tour Grade||out of 5||Number of Days||2 days|
|Number of Cycling Days||1 full and 1 half||Tour Meets||Phnom Penh|
|Tour Ends||Phnom Penh||Countries Visited||Cambodia|
|Group Size||Minimum 2. Maximum 16.||Minimum age on scheduled departures||12 years old|
Departs every Thursday and Saturday with a minimum of 2 adults
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Fantastic way to see Cambodia! Great guides (thanks Phirun!), great locations - a great opportunity to experience local life and local culture off the tourist track. Both guide and driver were exceptional, thank you!
Rebecca Tapp - June 2015
I liked the way the guide checked how we were feeling every step of the way. He tailored the level of the challenge to our capabilities. He was very enthusiastic and made the trip very enjoyable for us.
Wendy Wethey - December 2015
Great experience cant wait to do another tour with Spiceroads
Michael Morley - December 2015
Loved the tracks in Kirirom National Park - good tracks, pretty and peaceful after the hustle bustle of the city.
Timothy Wethey - December 2015