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Cycle Asia: Saigon to Bangkok   Full Itinerary 

The Cycling - Introduction 
Usual daily distances: 50km to 95km
Average daily climbing: 292m

Days of cycling: 10
Terrain: Roads/Quiet backroads with some sections on dirt tracks and easy trails. There are hills and rolling countryside on this tour so a reasonable basic level of fitness is recommended.
Support vehicle: Yes
Tour staff: Local cycle guide(s) (English speaking), Support vehicle driver.

Tour Highlights:  
  • Explore the life and history of three diverse Asian countries
  • Fully aided by support vehicle
  • Brilliant cycling mix of tarmac roads, dirt and forest tracks
  • Discover the culture, cuisine and community of Southeast Asia
  • Exhibit multiple iconic religious landmarks
  • Wonder at the multiple UNESCO World Heritage sites
International Partners:
CycleActive is proud to be a part of the worldwide cycling community, exploring the globe from the comfort of our saddles. Our trips help to bring fellow pedal propelled adventurer’s together, as this tour is run in conjunction with international partners. Led by an English-speaking local guide, we band together to collectively share these incredible cycling experiences!
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 Day 1 Sunday – Arrival, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
After landing in Ho Chi Minh airport, we recommend jumping in a local airport taxi as this is the most efficient way to transfer to our luxury hotel, nestled in the heart of the city. We’ll head out to explore major landmarks and make the most of our first night in Asia.
  • Cycling: None
  • Elevation: N/A
  • Accommodation: Northern Hotel
  • Meals Included: Dinner
Departing from the UK on Saturday afternoon we’ll arrive in Ho Chi Minh City airport the following day.  The luxurious four-star, Northern Hotel is situated in the heart of Saigon’s business district.
Once we’re checked in, we’ll have the rest of the day to explore the elegant and historic boulevards that are nestled amongst Vietnam’s largest city. Our hotel is in perfect walking distance of many iconic landmarks; like the beautiful Saigon Opera House, built in 1897 to entertain French Colonists, it still stands as the heart of the city’s bustling cinema and theatre economy.

The picturesque Notre Dame Cathedral is also something not to be missed. It’s two proud bell towers, herald the cathedrals stylised Romanesque architecture, that was constructed solely with materials imported from France.

Or if you’re feeling peckish why not try the popular Vietnamese dish of Pho, a deliciously heathy noodle soup that locals eat daily for both lunch and dinner! But don’t eat too much as we’ll be dining tonight at the enchanting Temple Club Restaurant. Decorated in the air of a colonial officers’ club, the tantalising food matches its aesthetic grandeur.

Then we’ll head back to the hotel for a good night’s sleep, maybe after a quick swim in the rooftop pool!


Day 2 Monday – Ho Chi Minh City – Tra Vinh
Our cycling adventure starts today! Leaving Ho Chi Minh we rapidly traverse off road, through dust, across rivers and past luscious vegetation towards the coastal province of Tra Vinh. 
  • Cycling: 65km
  • Elevation: +249 m, -254 m
  • Accommodation: Cuu Long Hotel
  • Transfer time: 2 hrs ( Saigon to Ben Tre Province)
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After a sound night’s sleep and a healthy breakfast, we’ll hop onto our transfer vehicle that’ll be ready to take us out of bustling Ho Chi Minh to our first cycling destination- the coastal province, Ben Tre.

Better known as the gateway to the Mekong Delta, Ben Tre is a perfect example of authentic rural Vietnamese life; and once we’re ready we’ll saddle up onto our bikes and explore what’s been termed the ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam.
Pedalling down narrow roads we’ll get the feel for life as a local. Cascaded by palm leaves we pass ripe banana plantations and fields full of sugar cane before we change gears to take an off-road adventure.

Hitting the dirt lanes, with dust following our trail, we’ll weave in and out of vibrant hamlets, forward across rivers and traverse through thick luscious vegetation; a most thrilling action-packed section of cycling!

We’ll be able to cool down after we board the ferry that will take us to the picturesque, tree lined town of Tra Vinh, one of the prettiest along the Mekong Delta. We’ll take a leisurely ride, past many of Tra Vinh’s Khmer pagodas to tonight’s hotel. The Cuu Long Hotel is a top 3-star hotel, which provides both massage and sauna services that might be well deserved after today’s grand cycle.


Day 3 Tuesday– Tra Vinh - Can Tho
Today brings a visually stunning cycle, as we delve deeper into the Meekong delta. Our destination is Can Tho, locally known as the ‘river of poems’; it’s a charming city best known for its beautiful views and floating markets.
  • Cycling: 92km
  • Elevation: +341m, -339m
  • Accommodation: Ninh Kieu 2 Hotel
  • Transfer time: 30 mins ( Tra Vinh to Can Tho)
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
With the warm sun shining down upon us, we’ll leave the leafy Tra Vinh, following rural byways under the shadow of the proud standing Khmer homes, that look vaguely alien when they’re not surrounded by flood water!
Water could be seen as the theme of the day; as we take extra precautions when crossing locally constructed wooden bridges over colourful rivers that cover the area. The bridges themselves could easily be mistaken for a shot from Indiana Jones- so we’ll dismount our bikes to ensure our safety, though the sense of heroic adventure will still be pertinent.
Nearing closer to Can Tho we’ll push on, cycling down single-track tarmac roads, admiring the natural beauty of the unchanged verdant landscape. Although, the dream like cycle may be brought back to reality as we stop briefly to let local farmers pass; in wide wooden carts pulled by mighty buffalo- which would provide a perfect opportunity for a great photograph.
Saddling back up, we’ll soon be pedalling along the southern bank of the Hau River and into Can Tho, and to tonight’s four-star, stately hotel, Ninh Kieu 2. The night can be spent at your own leisure, although the 320 metre walk to the Ninh Kieu Pier is highly recommended. Brightly illuminated at night Can Tho’s waterfront is a spectacle of floating bars and restaurants, offering a pleasant evening under the stars.


Day 4 Wednesday – Can Tho – Chau Doc
After exploring some of the hustling Cai Rang Floating Markets, we saddle up and cycle along rural roads, venturing toward the Vietnam border. We stop along the way to visit Sam Mountain, a visually spectacular sacred Buddhist monument.
  • Cycling: 70km
  • Elevation: +365m, -367m
  • Accommodation: Chau Pho Hotel
  • Transfer time: 1.5 hours (Long Xuyen for lunch), 2 hrs (Can Tho to Chau Doc), 30 mins to the Hotel
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

We’ll start Day Four fresh and early with a morning trip to the Cai Rang Floating Market. Hailing its name from its bridge of origin, the market spans half a kilometre, and is host to a rush hour like congregation of boats, selling wonderfully coloured tropical fresh fruit. The market’s joyous atmosphere will set the tone for today’s relatively flat cycle.

Leaving the morning bustle of Can Tho we pedal out into the quaint Vietnamese countryside, surrounded by the resourceful Thot Not or Toddy Palms. The palms are incredibly important to the local population, and are a large part of Khmer culture, as all parts of the tree utilised; from its leaves being purposed for roofing to its uniquely flavoured fruits.
Under the shade of these trees we make our way to Thoi Lai, where we’ll dismount for a spot of lunch and settle in for an hour transfer to Ba Chuc. Once there and when were back on our bikes, we will steadily follow the Cambodian border along striking country roads towards Chau Doc. But not before we head directly to Sam Mountain.
Although, more a hill, Sam Mountain stands as a sacred Buddhist ground and offers wonderous views of surrounding Cambodia. We’ll reach the peak in time for sundown, a sublime time to toast to a great day’s cycle and to experience the eastern sun set over local rice fields. We’ll catch a transfer to tonight’s hotel that’s settled in the heart of Chau Doc.


Day 5 Thursday – Chau Doc – Phnom Penh
We take a break from the cycling to spend a day illuminating the dark history of Cambodia’s past. First visiting the morose landscape of The Killing Fields, that was marred by dictator Pol Pot’s regime, before moving onto The Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocide.
  • Cycling: None, rest day
  • Elevation: N/A
  • Accommodation: Frangipani Royal Palace Hotel
  • Transfer time: 30mins to Tuol Sleng, 1 hour to Killing field
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

With no cycling today, we’ll head straight out into the transfer vehicle for our day uncovering Cambodia’s recent dark history. Our first destination is The Killing Fields; their chilling beauty an artefact of the once ruling Communist Khmer Rouge Regime. Led by then leader Pol Pot, the fields functioned as a space for mass executions, where over 1 million civilians are recorded to have lost their lives.

Then we’ll move onto what was once Tuol Svay Pray Highschool, now The Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocide. The old Highschool was hijacked by Pot’s regime, depressingly turning it into the now infamous S-21 prison; base of torture, interrogation and execution of some of the regimes ‘most dangerous criminals’. A sombre place, where 14,000 people were brought and shockingly only 7 left alive.
After an emotionally exhausting day, we’ll unwind at The Frangipani Royal Palace Hotel, relaxing in their comfortable rooms and roof top pool.


Day 6 Friday – Phnom Penh – Oudong – Kampong Thom
Today we get the best of both worlds; captivating city and organic countryside. You’ll have the morning to discover Cambodia’s sensual capital Phnom Penh at your own pace. While in the afternoon we cycle from the current to former capital, Udong Mountain.
  • Cycling: 25km
  • Elevation: +83m, -77m
  • Accommodation: Sambor Village
  • Transfer time: 1hr fron the hotel, 2.5 hrs (Phnom Penh to Kampong Thom)
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 
We’ll be energised for a morning exploration of Cambodia’s capital city, Phnom Penh. Home to 1.5 million people, Phnom Penh is a landmark for life, culture and the eccentricities of Cambodia. We’ll cautiously weave throughout the mania of motorbike traffic, spotting gracious shades of saffron, as monks’ robes filter throughout the illustrious oriental architecture.
We’ll grab some tasty lunch before sliding back onto our trusty bikes to pedal through earthy Cambodia towards Udong Mountain. The dirt roads guide us through the friendly landscape; local families wave us along as we pass now familiar stilted houses and the working oxen pulling carts.
It’ll be clear when were close to our destination as the astonishing monument of Udong sits proud on top of its hill; reminiscent of kings past, as it stood as the royal capital between 1618 and 1866. We’ll test the strength of our cycling legs as we climb the 400 steps to the peak! The intermittent workout will be worthwhile, as we gawk at the breath-taking views of the surrounding landscape painted with luscious groves of sugar palm.
From Udong we will jump onto the transfer vehicle for a long drive to tonight’s city of Kampong Thom. We’ll rest at Sambor Village; a beautiful hotel, with its own pool nestled within a tropical garden.


Day 7 Saturday – Kampong Thom – Siem Reap
We spend the morning discovering the spectacular Sambor Prei Kuk Temple, a newly decorated UNESCO World Heritage Site, before cycling along the tranquil flat roads that connect the vibrant market village, Damdek, to the historical city of Siem Reap.
  • Cycling: 65km
  • Elevation: +197m, -194m
  • Accommodation: Steung Siem Reap Hotel
  • Transfer time: 1hr Thnorl Bombek to Spean Praptos, 1.5hrs Praptos to Hotel
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 
Leaving the serene tropical hotel behind us in Kampong Thom, we take a brief transfer to the ancient Sambor Prei Kuk temple. The 7th century temple nestled within dense forest was once home of King Isanavarman and served as the capital of The Chenla Empire. Recently decorated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, we’ll have a great time exploring some of the 100 brick temples that populate this mystical site.
We’ll hop back aboard our transfer vehicle to reach Damdek, a small market town, bustling with friendly local faces. Here we’ll grab some freshly prepared market food for lunch, before we start today’s 65km cycle, towards ‘the gateway to the ancient world’- Siem Reap.
The road is long, flat and verdantly lined with shady trees, offering a tranquil cycle that you can really make your own; whether you want to breathe in the raw countryside, stop to take some artsy photos, or to focus on the cycle by picking up the pace and pedalling ahead.

We’ll soon arrive in Siem Reap’s beautiful French Quarter, to check in at the elegant Steung Siem Reap Hotel, where we’ll be staying for four nights, giving us the perfect opportunity to unpack, relax and settle down.


Day 8 Sunday – Angkor Temples
We spend today exploring the historically magnificent temples that stand as a pertinent symbol of Cambodia. From the majestic Angkor Wat, to the cinematic Ta Prohm and ending at the gracious Terrace of Elephants.
  • Cycling: 30km
  • Elevation: +190m, -190m
  • Accommodation: Steung Siem Reap Hotel
  • Transfer time: N/A
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 
With a bright start to the day, we’ll mount our bikes and head off toward the majestic Angkor Wat temple. Standing as the largest religious monument in the world (at 162.6 hectares), the Khmer temple is a proud symbol of Cambodia, and even features on its national flag. You’ll want to get lost inside the intricately patterned stone walls, depicting Hindu mythology and Suryavarman II’s wars, admiring the historical beauty of the temple.
But before that can happen we’ll make way toward Ta Prohm, a Bayon style temple that may seem strangely familiar, as it was used in the Tomb Raider films! Ta Prohm is particularly special as it has been left in the same condition as it was found: the atmospherically aesthetic combination of trees growing out of the ruins within the jungle surrounding has made it a visual spectacle.
We’ll stop for some lunch right outside of Ankor Wat’s grand walls, at the homely Angkor Café where we can chow down on some authentic Cambodian dishes. Once full we’ll make our way to the Terrace of the Elephants; a 350m-long wall adorned with stone elephant heads. The wall was used as a platform for King Jayavarman VII to view his victorious returning army, and will be a great place to take some cracking photos.
After spending the day exploring these magnificent temples, we’ll get back onto our bikes, to pedal the 7k dirt road back to Siem Reap.


Day 9 Monday Ride To Banteay Srei
Cycling out into the country we visit the ancient Banteay Srei temple, before we pedal further onto The Valley of 1000 Lingas, for a jungle trek that’s dedicated to the Hindu gods Shiva and Vishnu.
  • Cycling: 56km
  • Elevation: +239m, -184m
  • Accommodation: Steung Siem Reap Hotel
  • Transfer time: 20mins Kbal Spean to Banteay Srei, 1 hr depend on traffic (Banteay Srei to hotel)
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch 
Breakfast will start the day, before we jump aboard our bikes and pedal though Cambodia’s vibrantly rural countryside toward our first destination of the day, Banteay Srai.

Banteay Srei was built in dedication to the Hindu god Shiva in 967. The temple is host to many ornate oriental buildings, that are largely constructed out of red sandstone, and as it’s a material that’s easy to decorate, many elaborate wall carvings are still prominent today. Banteay Srei’s beauty has led to locals to nickname it the ‘jewel of Khmer art’.
Leaving the temple behind us we carry on forward, changing gears and pushing down winding roads to Kbal Spean, better known as The Valley of 1000 Lingas. We’ll temporarily park our bikes, in preparation for the 3km jungle trek to the peak of the valley.

The pretty path winds its way through the trees, as we pass fascinating boulder formations along the way. We’ll reach the waterfall that falls upon stone carvings of myriads of lingams, depicted as neatly aligned bumps that scatter across the surface the sandstone bedrock, while also observing many other carvings dedicated to the Hindu gods Shiva and Vishnu.

Carefully making our way back down the jungle path, we’ll sit down for a comfortable ride upon the transfer vehicle as we return to Siem Reap. Tonight, dinner can be taken at your own leisure, which presents an excellent opportunity to try some of the delightful local restaurants that the city has to offer!


Day 10 Tuesday Siem Reap – Battambang
We take a break from the cycling to instead explore Cambodia by foot, boat, van and perhaps even Tuk Tuk! Floating along Tonle Sap, we’ll reach Battambang, Cambodia’s second largest city and largest rice producer.
  • Cycling: None, rest day
  • Elevation: N/a
  • Accommodation: Steung Siem Reap Hotel
  • Transfer time: 6-8 hrs by boat (Siem Reap to Battambang) depends on water level
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 
Waking to the warm morning sun, we’ll head out of our hotel on foot, as today we rest our cycling legs, instead opting to board a boat that’ll take us across the vast freshwater lake, Tonle Sap. A ‘Lake-town’ like village, populated with Khmer homes; with their stilts submerged, wooden canoes float by like cars, and ladders dip into the water to transfer locals back to their homes.
The lake is an epicentre for wildlife, and is home to over 150 different species of fish, eleven of which are globally threatened species. Keep your eyes peeled and your cameras focused for a rare glimpse of a Spot-Billed Pelican, Grey-headed Fish Eagle or a quaint Manchurian Reed Warbler.
Crossing the lake, we’ll reach Battambang, a city rich in culture since its beginnings in the 11th century. Upon arrival we’ll probably be hungry, giving us an excellent opportunity to visit some of the delicious places the city has to offer; from laidback local haunts, cheap food stalls to the arty cafes hidden down secluded backstreets, you’ll be sure to find something delightful.

After eating we’ll explore the city, walking through the cities preserved colonial architecture that tells a tale of another time. We’ll dot from temple to temple, perhaps beginning at Wat Ek Phnom and ending at the spectacular Prasat Banan.
And before the day is over we may even get the chance catch a performance at the renowned Battambang Circus (depending on performance times)! We’ll then head back to the hotel for a good night’s sleep.


Day 11 Wednesday Battambang - Pailin
Today is very much a day of travel, as we start to make our way north through rich countryside and down rugged dirt roads, to Pailin. A province that closely neighbours our next destination- Thailand.
  • Cycling: 95km
  • Elevation: +625m, -433m
  • Accommodation: Memoria Palace
  • Transfer time: N/A
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning we’ll be sure to have an energising breakfast, as today we’ll be pedalling our longest distance yet! Hopping aboard our saddles we’re heading north toward the Cambodia/Thailand border, to the Palin Province.

Bumpy dirt roads will provide a healthy challenge to the cycle, but this will definitely make it feel like more of an adventure! With open country ahead of us, we pedal along the terracotta roads with the wind whistling through our helmets, and the pleasantly familiar whirring circulation of our bike chains sound tracking the journey.
The intimacy of discovering a country by bike is best illustrated today, as we pass plenty of small villages, getting a glimpse into local life; greeting villagers with friendly waves as we pass through their day to day business.

We carry on through picturesque countryside that feels almost unchartered and so far from the city life in Battambang. The open roads that we cycle down were once infamous bandit territory, and it’s easy to believe when you find yourself within the atmospheric stillness… although that was some time ago, the roads are now thankfully banditless!

Before we know it, we’ll be nearing Pailin and our hotel for the night. The Memoria Palace is a beautifully designed eco-retreat, and is sure to provide a comfortable night’s sleep after the long day cycling.


Day 12 Thursday – Pailin - Chanthaburi
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Leaving beautiful Cambodia, we cross over the border into the lush green countryside of Thailand for the next stage of our adventure! We reach Chanthaburi, a city renowned for its stunning national parks and tranquil beach villages.
  • Cycling: 44km
  • Elevation: +376m, -365m
  • Accommodation: Chanchaolao Beach Resort
  • Transfer time: 1hr
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today we’ll make sure our passports are on hand, as we leave the hotel with the sun glistening down upon our backs, to bike down the serene earthy roads towards the Cambodia/Thailand border.

Our place of crossing is usually used by local traders, so it will provide a pleasant stopping place to take a rest and absorb another element of local life, whilst we complete the immigration procedures.
Once we’re across the border and in Thailand, we’ll hop back upon our saddles for a varied cycle through the beautiful Thai countryside; with progressive dips and bumps through vast verdant fields, we might even pass working elephants marching along the roadside; an everyday occurrence for locals, but an exotic wonder for us!

As we reach the main road we’ll say goodbye to our guides, vehicle and bikes, as we swap them out for new Thai replacements for the last stage of our trip. Once acquainted with our new bikes we’ll head towards tonight’s beach resort getaway in Chanthaburi. The location of the boutique Chanchaolao Beach Hotel offers beautiful coastal views of the vivid shallow coral reefs, for an excellent way to top off the day.


Day 13 Friday – Chanthaburi – Laem Mae Phim
From Chanthaburi we tour through the Thai countryside: from luscious mangrove forests, to gaining a taste of local industry at a bustling shrimp farm, before we settle along the serene coastline.
  • Cycling: 65km
  • Elevation: +251m, -245m
  • Accommodation: Bandara on Sea Resort
  • Transfer time: N/A
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
We’ll wake bright and early for a breezy cycle down the straight, flat country towards Laem Mae Phim. The ride can be taken at your own pace; whether you want to push forward and challenge yourself, or sit back and relax, absorbing the beautiful surroundings, it’s truly up to you!

The road to Leam Mae Phim takes us on a tour through luscious mangrove forests, their dense tangle of prop roots creating a fascinating spectacle, as we feel as though we are cycling through a dystopian alien tree realm. From the forest we then bike past ample shrimp farms that form a large part of the local economy. We’ll take a break from the cycling to observe the bustling production line and even have a taste of the freshly caught produce.
Hopping back onto our bikes we’ll soon reach the coast, where we turn to pedal adjacent to the lush pale sand and the tranquil azure ocean. With the cooling sea breeze complementing the clement temperatures, our cycle couldn’t feel more idyllic, and before long we’ll reach tonight’s hotel.

Sat on Mae Phim Beach, the Bandara on Sea Resort hosts modern spacious rooms, multiple swimming pools and a quaint two-minute walk from your room to the soft white sands. You’ll have the rest of the day to explore the resort at your leisure, so relax and get ready for tomorrow’s final stage of the tour.


Day 14 Saturday  –  Laem Mae Phim - Bangkok
Our Asian adventure ends with a pleasant morning at our hotel, before we jump aboard the transport vehicle to take us to Bangkok International Airport, where we’ll jet off home.
  • Cycling: None
  • Elevation: N/a
  • Accommodation: N/a
  • Transfer time: 3-4 hrs (Rayong to Bangkok)
  • Meals Included: Breakfast

Today sadly brings us to the end of our Asian adventure. We’ll have an easy morning at the resort, packing our belongings and recent wonderful memories away before we take the lengthy drive towards Bangkok International Airport.

We’ll arrive at the city airport for 3pm, giving us enough time to have something to eat before we catch our western bound flights back home. Marking the end of this incredible cycling tour.
Although if you want to postpone your departure to spend a couple of extra nights exploring Bangkok then we’ll happily help you organise accommodation!

What could be described as the city of contrasts; Bangkok is cultural concoction of both old and new. The glistening golden spires of religious temples are shadowed by the grand skyscrapers that tower the skyline. Vintage village homes are married alongside the unfiltered neon glow of globalisation.
You can charter your own journey around the multifaceted city. Whether you visit iconic landmarks such as The Giant Swing, a 21m crimson tower shrine to Hinduism; or have a foodie day, traversing the vast array of local food carts offering delicacies that treat the taste buds; or you may prefer to relax on a cruise along the Chao Phraya River admiring the cities traditional architecture that lines the waterfront; your day in Bangkok will most truly be phenomenal !
Saigon, Cambodia, Bangkok Package holiday


per person

£300 deposit with the final balance due 60 days before the tour date



14 days Sunday to Saturday

The biking

10 days fully guided
Local guide(s) for all rides
Fitness grade 1 - 2
(Laid back to Moderate)
Skill grade A/B
Tour Group size 2-16

  1. 13 nights accommodation
  2. Professional local guide(s) for all rides
  3. All breakfasts, 12 lunches, 12 dinners as per itinerary
  4. 10 biking days
  5. Vehicle support
  6. Snacks and drinks
  7. Airport transfers on day 14 per itinerary

National Parks Included

Airport transfers on day 1 - A taxi is very cheap and more efficient after a long flight. No hanging about! Approx £6.

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Payments & COVID19

Travel Insurance - £91.00

With extensive COVID-19 cover

Saigon, Cambodia, Bangkok Dates
Trip Dates


Tour Price £2600

23 October - 05 November 2022

Confirmed Tour

27 November - 10 December 2022

11 - 24 December 2022


08 - 21 January 2023

15 - 28 January 2023

12 - 25 February 2023

05 - 18 March 2023

07 - 20 May 2023

04 - 17 June 2023

02 - 15 July 2023

20 August - 02 September 2023

22 October - 04 November 2023

26 November - 09 December 2023

10 - 23 December 2023


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Not included

The airport transfers on day 1
A taxi is very cheap and more efficient after a long flight. No hanging about!
Approx £6.
Approx flight price: £800 - £1250

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