Cycle Indochina & Angkor- Premium Adventure

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Travel Style: N/A
Physical Level: All or most of day hiking or biking, hills included. 3- Moderate
Lodging Level: Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels. Value (3*)
16 days
From: $ 5,949 $ 372 / day
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Overview

Highlights (Bullets)

  • Three nights at the intimate Lynnaya Urban River Resort & Spa – the perfect base to explore Angkor
  • Two full days to explore Cambodia's incredible Angkor Wat by bike
  • Enjoy sundowners and spectacular views from our accommodation rooftop bars in Siem Reap & Phnom Penh Cycle through 3 countries from Bangkok to Saigon experiencing a taste sentation of mouth-watering cuisine along the way; many meals included
  • Stay overnight in the peaceful Mekong Delta at the charming Mekong Riverside Boutique Resort & Spa; relax in lush tropical gardens & enjoy an early morning kayak on the Mekong as the sun rises

Short Description

This epic expertly led premium cycling adventure covers three South East Asian countries with divergent histories and subtly different cultures. From the energetic streets of Bangkok, to the tranquillity of shimmering paddy fields, to the magnificence of Angkor’s temples and the alluring Phnom Penh. We experience a piece of everything that these remarkable countries have to offer whilst staying in premium accommodation, including a 3 night stay at Siem Reap’s Lynnaya Urban River Resort & Spa.Heading into Vietnam we enter the Mekong Delta, a spectacular patchwork of rice paddies and waterways before our journey ends in Saigon, where the frenetic pace and vibrant street life contrasts starkly with the rural areas we have cycled through, leaving a lasting impression and memories!Our classic multi-country Asian cycling adventure - ehanced with upgraded accommodation, extra meals and hand-picked leaders

Style Small group tour
Array
Itinerary Focus N/A
Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels.
Lodging Level Value (3*)
Flight & Transport Inclusions N/A
Start City Bangkok
End City Saigon

Destinations

Thailand Vietnam Cambodia

Attractions & Cities Visited

Ayutthaya Bangkok Phnom Penh Saigon Siem Reap

Activities & Interests

Cycling

Age Requirement

16

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Itinerary

Flight Inclusive

Day 1 Depart London

Depart London

Day 2 Arrive Bangkok; welcome dinner

Welcome to Bangkok! There will be a welcome group meeting and briefing with your leader in the early evening followed by an included group welcome dinner. Your main luggage will be transported ahead of you to the start point early in the morning so please bring this with you to the welcome meeting; just hold onto what you need for the night/morning - you will be with your luggage again by mid-morning tomorrow.Premium accommodation: Riva Surya Bangkok, Bangkok (4 star)

Day 3 Early transfer to the old kingdom of Ayutthaya; warm-up ride on trail

An early start this morning as we venture out of Bangkok to the ancient town of Ayutthaya. Our two hour transfer takes us into the heart of this fascinating site and we start cycling by the huge reclining Buddha. Much of the old town was destroyed by the Burmese in the 18th Century and we will cycle through the remaining shrine towers and enormous temples to appreciate the past magnificence. Premium accommodation: The Kantary Ayutthaya Hotel, Ayutthaya (4 star)

Day 4 Cycle to Kabin Buri

Today we follow minor roads through rural Thai landscapes including rubber and eucalyptus plantations as well as tapioca and rice fields.We stop for lunch at a local restaurant along way. There are a few easy rolling hills but the route is mostly flat. The ride ends when we join a busier road before driving the final short distance to the town of Kabin Buri by bus. This evening, join your tour leader and group for dinner and enjoy traditional Thai cuisine.Premium accommodation: Kantary Kabinburi Hotel, Kabin Buri (4 star)

Day 5 Ride to Aranyaprathet

Leaving our hotel early in the morning we ride towards Tha Krabak where we can stop by a reservoir for a swim and a view of the untouched jungle on the other side. We will break for lunch along the way before carrying on cycling on quiet but well-maintained scenic roads on the way to Aranyaprathet, 10km from the Cambodian border. Premium accommodation: The VELO's Hotel & Pumptrack, Aranyaprathet (4 star)

Day 6 Farewell to Thailand; travel into Cambodia and on to atmospheric Siem Reap staying at the Lynnaya Urban River Resort & Spa

After breakfast we bid farewell to Thailand and drive to the busy border and complete customs formalities as we cross into Cambodia at Poipet.Due to years of civil war, Cambodia is poorer and less developed than its neighbours. Apart from growth in the capital and around Siem Reap, the way of life in the countryside is still very much the same as it has been for centuries.Arriving into Cambodia, we then transfer to Siem Reap (approx 2.5 hours). Here the group will spend the next three nights at the intimate Lynnaya Urban River Resort & Spa – providing the perfect base to explore Angkor!This afternoon's shorter ride from Siem Reap takes us past Wat Athvea, a modern temple in the grounds of the ruins of an Angkorian temple, and ends at a market and picnic area outside of Siem Reap. Premium accommodation: Lynnaya Urban River Resort & Spa, Siem Reap (4 star)

Day 7 First of two full days to explore the magnificent temple complex of Angkor by bus and bike, including Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, the Bayon and Banteay Srei

Today we may choose to have an early start to avoid the inevitable crowds drawn to the wonders of Angkor.The various temples are spread over a wide area and are linked by shady avenues; meandering our way between them by bike provides a unique perspective.Our cycle tour will include the jungle-covered Ta Prohm, with the amazing roots of the Fromagier trees clinging to the ancient stones, Angkor Thom with the famous Bayon temple of 37 towers (originally there were 49) topped with the four faces of the king, and of course the incredible Angkor Wat, with its huge moat, long causeway and massive towers - it is the largest temple complex in Asia. Premium accommodation: Lynnaya Urban River Resort & Spa, Siem Reap (4 star)

Day 8 Second day at Angkor temple complex including a visit to a local village; learn about local life & the art of Khmer Noodle making

Today we cycle outside the main Angkor complex to the outlying temple of Banteay Srei, 35km from Siem Reap town.Our route takes us past paddy fields, and through pretty villages. Banteay Srei was built in the 10th Century and contains some of the finest examples of Khmer sculpture. Although much smaller than the later temples, here all of the buildings are covered in exquisite carvings. We also will stop along the way at a village where we'll have to chance to meet the locals and learn from them about their way of life including the art of Khmer Noodle making. Here we can taste this popular Cambodian dish and a sugar palm tasting too!In the afternoon as we cycle back to Siem Reap we can stop and visit a few of the less visited Angkor temples.Siem Reap town is pleasant to wander around; the market has plenty of interesting and excellent shopping and there is a vibrant nightlife scene.This afternoon there may also be time to visit the Tonle Sap Lake, which is a branch of the Mekong River. Time permitting, this optional trip includes a boat ride to see the floating fishing villages. Anyone wanting to do this visit may need to miss part or all of the ride back to Siem Reap, depending on timings.Cycle approx. 70 km. if riding the full distance to and from Banteay Srei.Premium accommodation: Lynnaya Urban River Resort & Spa, Siem Reap (4 star)

Day 9 Drive to Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh, stopping at Sambor Prei Kuk

Today we rest our legs and take a longer private transfer (approximately 7 hours) to Phnom Penh, with a couple of stops along the way. We visit Sambor Prei Kuk, Cambodia's most impressive group of pre-Angkorian monuments with some of the oldest structures in the country. We'll also pause for a traditional Khmer lunch at a community restaurant here. The road is currently undergoing some resurfacing so some sections will be a bit of a bumpy ride! We should arrive in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh for late afternoon, the perfect time for a sundowner on the Mekong! Premium accommodation: Patio Hotel and Urban Resort, Phnom Penh (4 star)

Day 10 Sightseeing including Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda and Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the 'Killing Fields'

The fortunes of Phnom Penh have shifted dramatically during its history and the terrible years of the Khmer Rouge and subsequent civil war through the 1970s and 1980s have scarred the country.During our stay we visit two sites which give us a vivid impression of some of the horrors. There is the Genocide Museum, which is the former Khmer Rouge prison known as S-21 or Tuol Sleng, in the centre of the city. And 15kms of out of town is the area known as the 'Killing Fields,' a mass grave and execution site for the former inmates of S-21. While visiting Tuol Sleng and the Killing Fields may not appeal to everyone, we feel they give us an important understanding of what the country and its people had to endure just a few decades ago. On a more positive note, the city is very much on the rise again and is a fascinating place with fine examples of French colonial architecture. We will also tour the Royal Palace with its Silver Pagoda.Afterwards, There is also excellent shopping at the 'Russian' market if you wish to visit. And there may also be the option to enjoy a sunset cruise on the Mekong, your leader will advise locally.Premium accommodation: Patio Hotel and Urban Resort, Phnom Penh (4 star)

Day 11 Transfer to Takeo then cycle to Vietnam border; on to Chau Doc

This morning we transfer south out of Phnom Penh to the town of Takeo. Here the road becomes quieter and we mount our bikes for the 50km ride to the Phnom Den / Tinh Bien border. Once we bid farewell to Cambodia & border formalities have been completed, we cycle approximately 30km to the Vietnamese town of Chau Doc, situated along the banks of the Hau Giang River. This evening, we dine overlooking the river and get our first taste of Vietnam's Southern Mekong style cuisine.Premium accommodation: Victoria Chau Doc Hotel, Chau Doc (4 star)

Day 12 Cycle/drive through the Mekong Delta; visit the ancient village of Long Dien B; overnight stay at Mekong Riverside Boutique Resort & Spa 

This morning we depart our hotel and transfer to Chau Giang ferry for a short transfer before cycling along a lovely quiet backroad, lined with small villages and dwellings before stopping for lunch at a local restaurant. We then visit the ancient village of Long Dien B; home to many female artists who are known for having inherited and proudly maintaining over the ages their ancestors special technique of painting on glass. Here we have the chance to observe and learn about this traditional culture and art over a cup of tea.The rivers and canals of the Mekong Delta form an amazing network of waterways. The area is famous for its abundant rice production but in many areas farmers are now moving to more profitable fish-farming and fruit and vegetable growing. Afterwards, we depart transfer to the Mekong Riverside Boutique Resort & Spa, where we will stay overnight. The evening is tranquil as we have dinner at the resort and enjoy some 'Delta' hospitality. Premium Accommodation: Mekong Riverside Boutique Resort & Spa, Mekong Delta (4 star)

Day 13 Transfer to Cai Be for floating market; scenic cycle along Mekong riverbank; transfer to Saigon

For those who wish (optional), there will be the option to rise early and enjoy the morning sunrise and kayak on the Mekong from the resort before breakfast.We then leave by boat, stopping en route for a look at the Cai Be floating market. Here large boats moor up in the Mekong River, weighed down with fruit and vegetable produce. Local traders and shop owners buy in bulk in this strictly 'wholesale' market. Recently, Cai Be floating market is becoming less crowded and smaller as fruit trading is mostly now done by trucks due to the bridge being built. However, this is still a great opportunity to see a local market and trade being conducted traditionally on a smaller scale.A little further on we make a short stop to see cottage industries producing such items as popped rice, pancakes, wine and other homemade products. We start our ride towards Cai Lay where we take a scenic route through fruit orchards and along the Mekong riverbank. Back on the bus in My Tho, we drive on to the heat, hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, still usually known as Saigon. This is an exciting and absorbing city where scooters pack the streets and temples stand defiantly alongside modern developments. Devastated by the Vietnam War, it is now a free market city where anything goes. Premium accommodation: The Odys Boutique Hotel, Saigon (4 star)

Day 14 Free day in Saigon; farewell dinner

The whole day is free for you to explore Saigon, do some shopping and to relax. There are a number of interesting things to see - the Saigon River, Ben Thanh Market, Reunification Palace and Notre Dame Cathedral are all within easy walking distance. Alternatively a short cyclo (cycle taxi) ride will take you to the War Remnants Museum with an extensive photographic record of the Vietnam/American War. lease be aware that some images at the museum are very graphic.For those that are interested, your leader can arrange an optional visit to the Cu Chi Tunnels, located 2 hours outside the city. Used by the Viet Cong during the war, the network covers 3 levels and approximately 240km of tunnels. Originally these were very narrow but some areas have been widened to allow tourists to explore the system. Claustrophobes may prefer to stay outside in the sunshine!In the evening we will have a final farewell dinner together, feasting on delicious Vietnamese specialties.Premium accommodation: The Odys Boutique Hotel, Saigon (4 star)

Day 15 Fly to London

Fly to London

Day 16 Arrive London

Arrive London



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Day 1 Start Bangkok; welcome dinner

Welcome to Bangkok! Today is free for you to arrive at any time during the day.There will be a welcome group meeting and briefing with your leader in the early evening followed by an included group welcome dinner. Your main luggage will be transported ahead of you to the start point early in the morning so please bring this with you to the welcome meeting; just hold onto what you need for the night/morning - you will be with your luggage again by mid-morning tomorrow.Premium accommodation: Riva Surya Bangkok, Bangkok (4 star)

Day 2 Early transfer to the old kingdom of Ayutthaya; warm-up ride on trail

An early start this morning as we venture out of Bangkok to the ancient town of Ayutthaya. Our two hour transfer takes us into the heart of this fascinating site and we start cycling by the huge reclining Buddha. Much of the old town was destroyed by the Burmese in the 18th Century and we will cycle through the remaining shrine towers and enormous temples to appreciate the past magnificence. Premium accommodation: The Kantary Ayutthaya Hotel, Ayutthaya (4 star)

Day 3 Cycle to Kabin Buri

Today we follow minor roads through rural Thai landscapes including rubber and eucalyptus plantations as well as tapioca and rice fields.We stop for lunch at a local restaurant along way. There are a few easy rolling hills but the route is mostly flat. The ride ends when we join a busier road before driving the final short distance to the town of Kabin Buri by bus. This evening, join your tour leader and group for dinner and enjoy traditional Thai cuisine.Premium accommodation: Kantary Kabinburi Hotel, Kabin Buri (4 star)

Day 4 Ride to Aranyaprathet

Leaving our hotel early in the morning we ride towards Tha Krabak where we can stop by a reservoir for a swim and a view of the untouched jungle on the other side. We will break for lunch along the way before carrying on cycling on quiet but well-maintained scenic roads on the way to Aranyaprathet, 10km from the Cambodian border. Premium accommodation: The VELO's Hotel & Pumptrack, Aranyaprathet (4 star)

Day 5 Farewell to Thailand; travel into Cambodia and on to atmospheric Siem Reap staying at the Lynnaya Urban River Resort & Spa

After breakfast we bid farewell to Thailand and drive to the busy border and complete customs formalities as we cross into Cambodia at Poipet.Due to years of civil war, Cambodia is poorer and less developed than its neighbours. Apart from growth in the capital and around Siem Reap, the way of life in the countryside is still very much the same as it has been for centuries.Arriving into Cambodia, we then transfer to Siem Reap (approx 2.5 hours). Here the group will spend the next three nights at the intimate Lynnaya Urban River Resort & Spa – providing the perfect base to explore Angkor!This afternoon's shorter ride from Siem Reap takes us past Wat Athvea, a modern temple in the grounds of the ruins of an Angkorian temple, and ends at a market and picnic area outside of Siem Reap. Premium accommodation: Lynnaya Urban River Resort & Spa, Siem Reap (4 star)

Day 6 First of two full days to explore the magnificent temple complex of Angkor by bus and bike, including Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, the Bayon and Banteay Srei

Today we may choose to have an early start to avoid the inevitable crowds drawn to the wonders of Angkor.The various temples are spread over a wide area and are linked by shady avenues; meandering our way between them by bike provides a unique perspective.Our cycle tour will include the jungle-covered Ta Prohm, with the amazing roots of the Fromagier trees clinging to the ancient stones, Angkor Thom with the famous Bayon temple of 37 towers (originally there were 49) topped with the four faces of the king, and of course the incredible Angkor Wat, with its huge moat, long causeway and massive towers - it is the largest temple complex in Asia. Premium accommodation: Lynnaya Urban River Resort & Spa, Siem Reap (4 star)

Day 7 Second day at Angkor temple complex including a visit to a local village; learn about local life & the art of Khmer Noodle making

Today we cycle outside the main Angkor complex to the outlying temple of Banteay Srei, 35km from Siem Reap town.Our route takes us past paddy fields, and through pretty villages. Banteay Srei was built in the 10th Century and contains some of the finest examples of Khmer sculpture. Although much smaller than the later temples, here all of the buildings are covered in exquisite carvings. We also will stop along the way at a village where we'll have to chance to meet the locals and learn from them about their way of life including the art of Khmer Noodle making. Here we can taste this popular Cambodian dish and a sugar palm tasting too!In the afternoon as we cycle back to Siem Reap we can stop and visit a few of the less visited Angkor temples.Siem Reap town is pleasant to wander around; the market has plenty of interesting and excellent shopping and there is a vibrant nightlife scene.This afternoon there may also be time to visit the Tonle Sap Lake, which is a branch of the Mekong River. Time permitting, this optional trip includes a boat ride to see the floating fishing villages. Anyone wanting to do this visit may need to miss part or all of the ride back to Siem Reap, depending on timings.Cycle approx. 70 km. if riding the full distance to and from Banteay Srei.Premium accommodation: Lynnaya Urban River Resort & Spa, Siem Reap (4 star)

Day 8 Drive to Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh, stopping at Sambor Prei Kuk

Today we rest our legs and take a longer private transfer (approximately 7 hours) to Phnom Penh, with a couple of stops along the way. We visit Sambor Prei Kuk, Cambodia's most impressive group of pre-Angkorian monuments with some of the oldest structures in the country. We'll also pause for a traditional Khmer lunch at a community restaurant here. The road is currently undergoing some resurfacing so some sections will be a bit of a bumpy ride! We should arrive in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh for late afternoon, the perfect time for a sundowner on the Mekong! Premium accommodation: Patio Hotel and Urban Resort, Phnom Penh (4 star)

Day 9 Sightseeing including Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda and Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the 'Killing Fields'

The fortunes of Phnom Penh have shifted dramatically during its history and the terrible years of the Khmer Rouge and subsequent civil war through the 1970s and 1980s have scarred the country.During our stay we visit two sites which give us a vivid impression of some of the horrors. There is the Genocide Museum, which is the former Khmer Rouge prison known as S-21 or Tuol Sleng, in the centre of the city. And 15kms of out of town is the area known as the 'Killing Fields,' a mass grave and execution site for the former inmates of S-21. While visiting Tuol Sleng and the Killing Fields may not appeal to everyone, we feel they give us an important understanding of what the country and its people had to endure just a few decades ago. On a more positive note, the city is very much on the rise again and is a fascinating place with fine examples of French colonial architecture. We will also tour the Royal Palace with its Silver Pagoda.Afterwards, There is also excellent shopping at the 'Russian' market if you wish to visit. And there may also be the option to enjoy a sunset cruise on the Mekong, your leader will advise locally.Premium accommodation: Patio Hotel and Urban Resort, Phnom Penh (4 star)

Day 10 Transfer to Takeo then cycle to Vietnam border; on to Chau Doc

This morning we transfer south out of Phnom Penh to the town of Takeo. Here the road becomes quieter and we mount our bikes for the 50km ride to the Phnom Den / Tinh Bien border. Once we bid farewell to Cambodia & border formalities have been completed, we cycle approximately 30km to the Vietnamese town of Chau Doc, situated along the banks of the Hau Giang River. This evening, we dine overlooking the river and get our first taste of Vietnam's Southern Mekong style cuisine.Premium accommodation: Victoria Chau Doc Hotel, Chau Doc (4 star)

Day 11 Cycle/drive through the Mekong Delta; visit the ancient village of Long Dien B; overnight stay at Mekong Riverside Boutique Resort & Spa 

This morning we depart our hotel and transfer to Chau Giang ferry for a short transfer before cycling along a lovely quiet backroad, lined with small villages and dwellings before stopping for lunch at a local restaurant. We then visit the ancient village of Long Dien B; home to many female artists who are known for having inherited and proudly maintaining over the ages their ancestors special technique of painting on glass. Here we have the chance to observe and learn about this traditional culture and art over a cup of tea.The rivers and canals of the Mekong Delta form an amazing network of waterways. The area is famous for its abundant rice production but in many areas farmers are now moving to more profitable fish-farming and fruit and vegetable growing. Afterwards, we depart transfer to the Mekong Riverside Boutique Resort & Spa, where we will stay overnight. The evening is tranquil as we have dinner at the resort and enjoy some 'Delta' hospitality. Premium Accommodation: Mekong Riverside Boutique Resort & Spa, Mekong Delta (4 star)

Day 12 Transfer to Cai Be for floating market; scenic cycle along Mekong riverbank; transfer to Saigon

For those who wish (optional), there will be the option to rise early and enjoy the morning sunrise and kayak on the Mekong from the resort before breakfast.We then leave by boat, stopping en route for a look at the Cai Be floating market. Here large boats moor up in the Mekong River, weighed down with fruit and vegetable produce. Local traders and shop owners buy in bulk in this strictly 'wholesale' market. Recently, Cai Be floating market is becoming less crowded and smaller as fruit trading is mostly now done by trucks due to the bridge being built. However, this is still a great opportunity to see a local market and trade being conducted traditionally on a smaller scale.A little further on we make a short stop to see cottage industries producing such items as popped rice, pancakes, wine and other homemade products. We start our ride towards Cai Lay where we take a scenic route through fruit orchards and along the Mekong riverbank. Back on the bus in My Tho, we drive on to the heat, hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, still usually known as Saigon. This is an exciting and absorbing city where scooters pack the streets and temples stand defiantly alongside modern developments. Devastated by the Vietnam War, it is now a free market city where anything goes. Premium accommodation: The Odys Boutique Hotel, Saigon (4 star)

Day 13 Free day in Saigon; farewell dinner

The whole day is free for you to explore Saigon, do some shopping and to relax. There are a number of interesting things to see - the Saigon River, Ben Thanh Market, Reunification Palace and Notre Dame Cathedral are all within easy walking distance. Alternatively a short cyclo (cycle taxi) ride will take you to the War Remnants Museum with an extensive photographic record of the Vietnam/American War. lease be aware that some images at the museum are very graphic.For those that are interested, your leader can arrange an optional visit to the Cu Chi Tunnels, located 2 hours outside the city. Used by the Viet Cong during the war, the network covers 3 levels and approximately 240km of tunnels. Originally these were very narrow but some areas have been widened to allow tourists to explore the system. Claustrophobes may prefer to stay outside in the sunshine!In the evening we will have a final farewell dinner together, feasting on delicious Vietnamese specialties.Premium accommodation: The Odys Boutique Hotel, Saigon (4 star)

Day 14 End Saigon

The trip ends this morning after breakfast in Saigon.If you'd like to extend your stay in Saigon and discover more of this vibrant city, please enquire with our sales or customer operations team at time of booking about requesting additional accommodation.

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Maximum Number of People in Group: 16

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Meals Included

Dinner: All breakfasts, 5 lunches and 6 dinners are included.The food on this trip is a real highlight for many. Southeast Asian cuisine is known for its abundance of freshly prepared dishes with strong aromatic flavours. There is a focus on herbs and citrus to ensure each dish packs a punch; chilli does feature highly too but is easily avoided if desired.Typically most dishes will come with rice and many are often served in a banana leaf with a variety of dips and herbs served separately.The three countries visited ensure a different culinary experience every time you cross the border; ensure you try the freshly made Pad Thai noodles from the street stalls of Bangkok, the fish amok curry in Cambodia for a creamy coconut-based fragrant curry and the Banh Xeo (huge sizzling pancakes) found in Vietnam cannot be missed!Western food is readily available almost everywhere except in the Mekong Delta region.Vegetarians are well catered for but please inform us before departure of any special dietary requests.Please note that the availability of certain specialised products for restricted diets, e.g. gluten-free or dairy-free, is minimal or non-existent and we strongly recommend you bring these specialised dietary items from home.You may find it beneficial to bring some 'cycling snacks' with you from home if you have high energy bars or gels that you like to use during a ride. However, on premium adventure cycling departures a included snack kitty is provided usually consisting of fresh fruit, nuts, biscuits and local snacks along with drinks and electrolyte powders.

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