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Cycle Vietnam to Cambodia

03 March 2018 - 27 November 2018 Start time: 12:00 AM Registration fee: £399

This breath-taking charity bike ride is one of the best in the world of fundraising events and will take you from Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) to the ancient temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia.

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What: The 400km cycle route will take you through many traditional Vietnamese villages, following gorgeous streams and rivers, passing paddy fields and adjacent to stunning mountains. Few locals will have seen foreigners cycling past, and their interest and hospitality will spur on even the most tired cyclist.

You then cross the border into Cambodia and push on to the world famous temple site of Angkor Wat – arguably one of most fascinating wonders of the world! Ankgor Wat represents one of mankind’s most astonishing architectural achievements and is certainly the jewel in Cambodia’s crown.

Two fascinating countries – one awesome charity challenge. Sign up today on this magical cycle for Pancreatic Cancer UK and experience South East Asia at its best!

When: There is 1 date coming up in 2018  and 3 dates in 2019 organised by Global Adventure Challenges.

24th November - 4th December 2018

2nd - 12th March 2019

2nd - 12th November 2019

16th - 26th November 2019

Sponsorship and deadlines:

Sponsorship option:

  • Registration fee: £399.
  • Fundraising pledge: £3,100
  • Airport Tax and Fuel Surcharge Contribution: £250

80% of your sponsorship needs to been sent to Pancreatic Cancer UK no later than 10 weeks before your departure date. 

Self funding:

  • Registration fee: £399
  • Trip costs: £1,550
  • Airport Tax and Fuel Surcharge Contribution: £250
  • Raise as much as you can

Whatever fundraising option you choose the fundraising team is here to help. 

What's next: To request a brochure or book this trip of a lifetime, please register on the Global Adventure Challenges website  and select Pancreatic Cancer UK as your charity.

If you have any questions, get in touch with the Fundraising Team or call them on 020 3535 7090.