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“Best Trip of my life”

Cambodia Dirtbike Tours - Day Tours
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Owner description: The company is a western and cambodian cooperation from Siem Reap. We have been in tour industry since 1995. We offer dirtbike adventures around cambodia. This is the right choice if you want to see the real Cambodia, away from Angkor Wat and the Pub Street.
Reviewed 26 September 2013

LIZ is definitely the best teacher and tour guide in the whole of Cambodia. He will teach you to ride the bikes even if you a beginner and will take you to most awesome location to try out your skills. I dropped the bike a million times but not once did he frown, in fact he would laugh it off and make a video of it.BOT is another man to thank, he saved us at least a gazillion times. Thanks mates, was an amazing and truly worth the experience.

2  Thank achalshetty
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Reviewed 5 September 2013

The two guides were fantastic: really nice and friendly and very experienced. I did the two day tour which was great fun, however I must warn complete beginners that you are best not to do this in the rainy season. The tracks were only a little wet but the mud was horrific and made it very difficult for me as a novice and thus the jungle part was not enjoyable. The session at the start designed to familiarise you with the bike is not sufficient for a novice to navigate the narrow trails in the sticky mud.

The homestay was enjoyable and seeing the deserted temples was a nice change from the crowded ones at Angkor.

Ensure that you take plenty of water and a suitably sized rucksack to carry any food and water - there are no shops in the jungle!!

A fantastic experience but very tough for complete beginners for the jungle part. Driving on the roads through rubber plantations and villages was beautiful and easy.

2  Thank Grossey1
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Reviewed 24 August 2013

Just returned from a great week and half visit of Cambodia, and by far the highlight of the trip was the 3 day tour I did with Cambodia Dirtbike Tours. Prior to my trip, I did extensive reading of reviews of different companies to figure out which one to choose, as there are quite a few. One name really stood out in reviews I read, Mr. Seng Lis. The reviews really made Mr. Lis seem like an outstanding guide who made sure his clients had access to safe food (a major concern of mine), so I figured that was my guy. Also, Cambodia Dirtbike Tours had multiple positive reviews from people who were complete beginners prior to taking the tour. This was the deciding factor for me, as I was for the most part a total beginner. Additionally, the fact that they provide all riding and protective gear (knee, elbows, chest wall, shoulders, boots, goggles) was a big factor.

Met Mr. Lis and found him to be a very nice person. He spoke English very well, not commonplace in Cambodia. We went to the training area, and it took me awhile before I finally was ready to take the bike on the open road. Mr. Lis was a great instructor and extremely patient with me. Once we got out on the open road, the natural beauty of the countryside was breathtaking. And I truly enjoyed passing through the small rural villages, riding on red brick clay dirt roads, riding around cattle and locals on bicycles, children waving at us, looking over and seeing water buffaloes basking in bright green rice patties. Just amazing!

The place we stayed the first night was in a rural area and had mosquito netting. The next night, the hotel did have air conditioning. The remote temples we visited were simply phenomenal. Mr. Lis had a tremendous knowledge of Cambodian history, which added to the experience. The food was always safe, and always with plentiful bottled water.

Mr. Lis always gave as much time as needed to stop anyplace I wanted to take photos of the beautiful scenery or to rest. Also, he displayed his considerable mechanic skills one day when I accidentally dropped the bike in knee deep water, completely submerging it (apparently very bad for the bike). It was the rainy season, and out in a very remote area.... He always remained nice, and really patient with a beginner like me. By the end of the third day of riding, I was almost a pro. Can't emphasize enough what a truly wonderful experience it was. Thank you so much Mr. Lis!

2  Thank Lance M
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Reviewed 15 July 2013

A friend and I did the 3-day D5 Package, and it was a perfect trip that blended adventure, history, and culture. Each day had adrenaline filled dirt bike riding, broken up with stops at surreal ancient temples. The temples were pretty remote, and we were typically free to climb around on the ruins. The riding was a good balance between challenging trails mixed with dirt roads - and highways when necessary. We went in the beginning of June, the start of the rainy season, so some trails were very muddy and had us crossing through thigh-deep puddles!

We spent the first night in a random village along the way, and stayed at a community lodge. We were the only foreigners in town, and it was a great way to get a feel for local life as we walked around in the late evening. The locals were friendly and even sat us down at fed us fried grasshoppers… which were surprisingly delicious! The next night was spent at a hotel in a bigger town, but we enjoyed the evening by eating some local foods and drinking beers with our guide, Lis.

The company website and emails are managed by Chris, a responsive and considerate German ex-pat living in Siem Raep. We met him at the Golden Orange Hotel upon arrival in Siem Riep, and he later had us meet with the guide and business-owner Lis (a local Cambodian) to plan the specifics of our three day trip. Once Lis got a feel for what my friend and I were interested in, he modified our trip to also include interesting stops like Pol Pot’s mountain bunker hideout.

Lis was a great guide. He spoke perfect English and was having just as much fun as us on the trail. We all rode hard and beat the heck out of the bikes along the way (Honda XR250’s). Inevitably, we had a few mechanical issues, but nothing that Lis couldn’t fix within short time. Also, he didn’t try to charge us for any minor damages incurred along the way – it was all about having fun! Lis owns the bikes and woke up early to make sure our bikes were in proper order each morning.

Lis was also very knowledgeable, and took the time to explain history, culture, and food as we inquired. There were a lot of different dirt bike companies to choose from when I looked into planning this trip – but I feel very lucky to have chosen the trip with Lis and his bikes. Lis has a fun, yet responsible, character that really made our trip special.

1  Thank Scott T
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Reviewed 9 July 2013

we went on the 5 day temple tour had a great time thanks to our guide lis seng he kept the bikes running well. noes all the history speaks good english and is a nice bloke enjoys a beer at the end of the day everything went smoothly its a good way to see the non tourist side of cambodia would highly recommend them good fun

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