HFCA Cycle Fundraiser In Beautiful Cambodia • May 2019

For those of you who like a challenge or just enjoy a cross cultural experience, rolling past stunning temples, watching breathtaking sunsets and meeting inspiring people – this is your ride!

A 10-day/9-night trip starting in Siem Reap and ending in Cambodia’s Capital City, Phnom Penh.

Join a two-wheeled adventure which will provide a genuine insight into what is widely known as Cambodia’s West Tonle Sap Trail, covering 190km of scenic cycling.

See the world famous & majestic Angkor Wat temple

Not only will you add an awesome dimension to your own travel experiences, be immersed in some of South East Asia’s wonders but your participation will directly support the local players of the Happy Football Cambodia football programs through- out the region.

This inaugural cycling tour of mild/moderate difficulty with flat terrain gives you the opportunity to join in football training sessions, meet the children and experience firsthand why programs such as these are so important to the future of its participants.

Cost: US $1995 (including bike hire, meals & accommodation, does not include flights)

*US $400 of the tour price is donated to Happy Football Cambodia Australia's Projects.

HFCA board member Adam & Chairperson Lynn

"Sometimes it is the journey that teaches you about the destination. We peddle through culture In support of those who have less” Adam Pearson, HFCA Board Member

 

TOUR ITINERARY • MAY 3 -11

DAY 1 • Siem Reap Airport Pick Up, Welcome Dinner DAY 2 • Angkor Sunrise Discovery DAY 3 • The Real Cambodia - A Day In The Life DAY 4 • Transfer to Battambang, afternoon cycling DAY 5 • Battambang, Phare & Phnom Sampou DAY 6 • Battambang & Transfer to Kampong Chhnang DAY 7 • Cycle Oudong to Phnom Penh DAY 8 • Islands of the Mekong DAY 9 • HFCA Practise and City Tour DAY 10 • Time to Say Goodbye

WHAT’S THE RIDING LIKE?

This is a completely flat ride on back roads and trails. We spend minimal time if any on anything resembling a main road, so there is rarely any traffic at all. The road is generally a mix of sealed or hard-packed dirt. At times it can be uneven and bumpy, but perfectly achievable if you are confident with your balance on a bike. The fitness requirement on this tour is not high due to the lack of hills, short distances and relaxed pace.

For more details and to book, head here:

www.grasshopperadventures.com/en/scheduled-tours/happy-football-cambodia-australia-adventure.html

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