CWC 2022 - November 11 to November 20, 2022
CWC 2022 will be the fifth CWC ride and it will be special! Starting in the beautiful Khao Yai National Park, often referred to as Thailand's Yosemite Park, our group will ride through the most amazing scenery - a true jungle wilderness home to wild monkeys, elephants, and other exotic wildlife. While we make our way south, following the Cambodian border on quiet roads along tranquil rice fields and plantations, we pass through many of the small towns and villages offering an interesting mix of Thai and Cambodian culture. Our well deserved rest day will be at a charming golf resort after four riding days. On day 6 we will start making our way to the Gulf of Thailand and after the days riding through rice fields, plantations and rain forest we will now ride along quiet ocean side roads and through picturesque fishing villages with colourful fishing boats. The ride will end after just over 700 km at the Hand2Hand Foundation School in Pattaya, one of the CWC 2022 charities with a heart-warming welcome ceremony by some of the children, which the ultimate beneficiaries of our ride and the reason why we are doing what we are doing!
Riding in a Cyclists with Compassion tour is an extra-ordinary experience indeed; the long days in the saddle can be sometimes challenging, but at the end all the suffering is rewarded with an indescribable feeling of achievement and friendships bonded for a lifetime. We do need to limit the number of riders to 20 riders to preserve the special, friendly and personal atmosphere, which has become the hallmark of CWC. Please contact us for booking details or with any questions!
As for the last CWC ride, we will offer again a non-rider option. This option is only open for spouses and family of our riders. Limited to six participants only it provides an unforgettable experience. The non-riders will enjoy seeing a most beautiful part of Thailand, completely unspoiled by tourism, following their own daily program with their very own van and driver before meeting up again in the evening with the riders.
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