Biking 4D/3N Saigon - Mekong Delta - Phnom penh

 Tour code



 4 days/ 3 nights

 No. of cycling days

 3 full days


 170 - 205 km

 Minimum ages to ride


 Group size

 Mi: 02 - Max: 04

 Tour meets

 in HCM, Vietnam

 Tour ends

 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

 Road surface

 Mixed dirty track, concrete path and country back roads

 What's included

 What's not included

- Private A/C vehicle takes up all cyclists and luggage

- Personal travel insurance

- Truck to carry all bikes and spare bikes, tool kits

- Single accommodation

- New Giant MTB, wheel size: 27.5" hydraulic brakes

- Other personal expenses

- Helmets, new bottles of water

- Drinks are not included with any meal

- All entrance fees and boat rides

- Cambodia visa

- High speed boat to Phnom Penh


- All ferry tickets in countryside


- B = 3 Breakfasts, L = 4 Lunches, D = 2 Dinners


- Daily cold water, snack, fresh fruits and facial tissues


- 3 nights: double room and twin share


- Experienced English speaking bike guides


- Pick up at hotels & drop off in Phnom Penh







 Day 01

 Saigon - Ben Tre - Tra Vinh

 Cycling + transfer

 25 - 45 km 


 Day 02

 Tra Vinh - Cau Ke - Can Tho

 Cycling + transfer

 30 - 80 km 


 Day 03

 Can Tho - Long Xuyen - Chau Doc

 Cycling + transfer

30 - 70 km 


Day 04

 Chau Doc - Phnom Penh

 Hang Chau boat



Day 01: Sai Gon – Ben Tre - Tra Vinh 
Today the group will leave Saigon for Tra Vinh, Mekong Delta with Vietnam Backroads’ team. It takes around 2 hours to get to rural Dist of Ben Tre province by A/C van/bus. The first 20 km of bike riding is an easy cycling and funs. We ride pass primary schools, small concrete houses, green water palm and cross river by ferry with locals. Another more 20 km on quiet paths through south of Mo Cay is really wonderful ride. Giving you pleasure time to bike slowly on smooth concrete paths by coconut fields, ride over small bridges, and passing many local workshop making things from coconuts. We will get on van/bus for a short transfer to hotel after a ferry taking us to further side of Co Chien River.

  • 25 - 45km, easy/moderate
  • Lunch/ Lunch

Day 02: Tra Vinh – Tieu Can - Can Tho 
Your morning cycling is to explore and understand how Khmer people to make their living all year around in Tra Vinh province. You will ride on paths into villages and get close to Khmer living in Tieu Can, Cau Ke rural Dist. Your hands will be sore from waving at locals as kids run to the paths, smiling and laughing, and saying hello! Up to now Khmer people is still doing agriculture on their farmland with traditional style. After lunch, the afternoon’ ride starts in town of Tra On. We bike to explore fruit garden on islets and taking many ferries crossing Lower River to Can Tho city.

  • 30 - 80km, easy/moderate
  • Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner

Day 03: Can Tho - Chau Doc 
Today is really a long way and the boat ride to floating market can’t be missed. We should start earlier than other days. After breakfast we check out and loading your luggage on van/bus before a motor boat ride taking you to well-know Cai Rang floating market. Then we get off from boat for another adventure by bike. A huge criss-crossing of natural creek and small rivers in Phong Dien and Thoi Lai and Co Do Districts let you discovering and experiencing real life of people in this area along the way. We cycle to remote villages, cross natural creek, man-made canals and enjoying landscapes. You will receive a warmed hospitality of local families. Smooth concrete paths by rivers, through rural Dist and morning breeze to stimulate your ride adventures. After lunch, we ride to discover the new farming land, beautiful landscapes and a system of transport by waterways and motorcycle/bicycle only. Depending on your cycling ability so your guide will figure out and let you to continue cycling to Long Xuyen then we have an hour and half driving to Chau Doc. Other hand, if time is not permitted, the group will end up the ride at Co Do Dist and spending time on driving to Chau Doc via Long Xuyen.

  • 30 - 70km, easy/moderate
  • Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner

Day 04: Chau Doc - Phnom Penh
You will have an early starts from hotel for Cambodia today. After an early breakfast, your guide with driver will take you to the dock of Hang Chau. Get on board at 7:15 for 4 hours boat riding to Phnom Penh. There will be a local guide accompany you on the whole trip to help you with visa application at border gate. A four hour boat riding is a chance you can enjoy beautiful scenery and local life on water on the Mekong River from Chau Doc to the Phnom Penh city. You will have you packed lunch on boat today. End of tour!

  • High speed boat to Phnom Penh
  • Breakfast/ Packed Lunch


Matthew Foley of 4 from Australia

HCM to Phnom Penh Bike Tour: Vietnam Backroads mapped a four-day bike tour experience that perfectly suited our family needs. To give some context, my partner and I were travelling with our 14-year old and 11-year old daughters. Our girls are competent riders, but prone to whinging if they have to ride for too long! So we aimed for about 40kms a day, with lunch and regular drink stops. We couldn't be happier with our guide Phuc, not only did he confidently steer us through the myriad of pathways that criss cross the Mekong Delta (he even took us through the village where he grew up), but he also shared his extensive knowledge of Vietnam and its history. An amazing way to experience rural Vietnam. 02 - 03 - 04 - 05 Nov, 2017

Deborah de Beurs New Zealand

This trip had everything extremely well organised. from the mirror details which did not go unnoticed to the greater details. Everything was exceptionally well planed and very well catered for. The option to upgrade the hotels was a great idea. Viet was faultless. His English was excellent. He had great stories to share was friendly, fun and had a great sense of humour. We enjoyed happy hour with him each night and nothing was too difficult for him. We love our trip and our guide. 24 - 25 - 26 - 27 Dec, 2016

Chris Healey from UK

Hello Mr Van and Team My wife and I would like to pass a big thank you to the entire Vietnam Backroads team for the trip we have just had (24 – 27 DEC). It was extremely well run, well timed and well thought out. The route was fantastic and all the spots were brilliant. Special mention to our guide Viet who was outstanding. He is a great asset to your company and so well spoken with extensive knowledge about the area and Vietnam in general. He was fantastic with a special highlight being the Happy Hour beers every night after a long ride. He went above and beyond so please ensure Mr Van knows how good Viet is as well as the driver we had. 24 - 25 - 26 - 27 Dec, 2016

Debbie Brockwell family of 4 from UK

Dat was an amazing guide guide - Everything we could have asked for. Always taking our needs into consideration + very flexible, excellent knowledge - gave us a wonderful introduction to Vietnamese culture and people. We could not have asked for anything more. We could recommend him very highly. Absolutely amazing! Even better than expected. I really enjoyed seeing so much rural Vietnam. Dat was phenomenal and made the experience extra special. He gave perfect amount of information and was great at giving us a lot of new food to try. I also thought that he led the group very well. I really enjoyed all the scenery and all of the sights we went to. Dat was amazing! He was great at telling us knew about the culture and answering questions, great at giving us local food and we could not asked for a better tour guide. I had an amazing time but was improved a lot by Dat. 31 July - 03 August, 2016

Nicole Floyd from Australia

Hi Van, Wow, what can I say? Excellent!!! The absolute highlight of my Vietnam trip. Fantastic way to see the country. Thang was awesome- so nice and accommodating THANK YOU SO MUCH. April 18, 2014

Tamar Granovsky from the US

For a most terrific tour everything was wonderful - your staff, the tour itself, the price, the way everything runs so smoothly.... i can go on and on. i've been to vietnam twice before but this was the best thing (not counting the food in hoi an) i've experienced. Dat was absolutely amazing - as was, Ms. Quang and of course, you! gun (spelling?) is a very competent driver although the quiet type who seems to like to keep to himself. but! when he was needed, he was there. the food was more than enough -- and some of it was quite a treat when we stopped to rest, and the hotels were very good. so thank you to everyone. please tell Dat that i will forward a few photographs to him, via you, in the next few days if i can. thank you for everything, yet again!!!. --tamar 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 April 2014

Fred Haering from New Zealand

Dear Van, Good combination of physical extension, interesting combination of cultural exposure & experiences, great food, excellent guide and bikes. We will recommend your services to others. Feel free to send me trip tour updates as you created more tour packages in future. December 22, 2013

Joanne George from New Zealand

Thanks to Dat- our tour guide, we had more than just a backroad cycle- this was a full cultural tour including local food & I have life threatening peanut allergies and he guided me with what to eat and made sure I was ok. Great scenery, lots of flexibility to stop when we wanted to take pictures. Dat was able to explain so much to us about the way of life for Vietnamese people, rice growing, weddings, funerals, etc, all the things we saw along the way. Thanks for an amazing memory. December 22, 2013

Walter Shepherd from Australia

Hi Vietnam Backroads, Thanks, this was amazing. I will rave about it. Now we have done the best bike trip in the world we can retire! Great variety of scenery. December 22, 2013

Klaas de Groot family from Netherlands

Good to hear from you. We are in HCMC today and will leave for MuiNe tomorrow. We stay at the The Luxe Hotel on 261-263 le Thanh Ton St. My wife expects to be needing size S. Would be great if you'd manage to bring one to the hotel. We had a great time cycling through the Mekong Delta. Hi Hue, We have found the shirt and short at the reception today, the are very beautiful and are a perfect memory of a very nice trip. Thank you very much. If friends of us plan to travel to Vietnam we will certainly advise them to organize a biking tour with your biking agency!2012

Meggies family from Canada

If you have ever dreamed of experiencing a National Geographic moment, you enjoy biking, you want to see the real Vietnam, and you want to get off the beaten path then follow ‘Van the Man’ from Vietnam Backroads. See Video Clip. Bicycling the Mekong-off the beaten path. Saturday, December 18, 2010

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