No, the tour price does not include the price of flights.
FAQ's | Cambodia Motorcycle Adventures
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Are flights included?
Do I need a visa?
Yes, you need a visa to enter Cambodia. You can obtain a visa either on arrival into Cambodia or online at least a week before you travel. The cost of the visa is not included in the tour price. Please see www.evisa.gov.kh for more information.
Do I need a motorcycle license?
Yes, as a minimum you require your motorcycle L plates and an international driver's license with the motorcycle endorsement. This is for your safety and insurance purposes.
Do I need travel insurance?
Yes, comprehensive travel insurance is mandatory. Please ensure that you are covered to ride 200 cc motorcycles.
How far will we be travelling each day?
The distances vary, but we try not to go further than 250 - 300 km's in one day. We like to allow plenty of time for photo opportunities, food, drinks and rest stops in order to reach our destination safely. Cambodian road conditions vary from good to bad to ugly and at times can be chaotic. It is all part of the adventure.
What is the currency of Cambodia?
The local currency of Cambodia is the Khmer Riel (KHR), however, the US Dollar is more widely used. All ATM's dispense USD's, the KHR is used for small purchases and as change. On average $1 USD is equivalent to 4000 KHR. Do not exchange currency into KHR before arriving in Cambodia.
What should I bring with me?
At a minimum, you will need a good pair of riding boots, helmet, gloves, 4 x socks, 2 x long sleeve shirts, 2 x pants for riding, bathers for swimming and something respectable for dinner. Don't forget your passport.
We provide a personalised care package for everyone on tour which includes items such as: face mask, mosquito repellant, shampoo, soap, torch, sunscreen, power adaptor and a cap.
Do I have to wear a Helmet?
Yes, Cambodian law states that helmets are compulsory. We recommend you bring your own to ensure a proper fit, however, helmets are available locally, although the quality leaves much to be desired.
I want to donate to a reputable charity?
Cambodia can be considered by some to be a 3rd world country. Poverty is prevalent, wages are low and charitable organisations are in the thousands. When faced with this reality our first instinct as people is to donate money. However, this often does more harm than good. There are other ways to support Cambodia without perpetuating begging, poverty and orphanage tourism.
Cambodia Motorcycle Adventures’ modus operandi is “responsible tourism”. We support local businesses and communities particularly those off the tourist trail. The non-profit organisations we advocate promote social enterprise, education and community outreach. These organisations make a genuine difference. Please see the links below: