A real insight into the culture of Cambodia, this 14 day tour will take you far from the average tourist itinerary. With floating villages, lesser-known Angkor temples and rural immersion in Battambang, there's something for every kind of traveller. The real highlight of the tour is a two day homestay on Phnom Kulen, Cambodia's sacred mountain. Home to jungle clad temples, charming villages and the striking stone guardians of Sra Damrei, this is Cambodia as you've never seen it before.
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- Arrival into Phnom Penh (not included)
- Cambodian Visa Information
- Sunset Cyclo tour in Phnom Penh
- Private transfer from Phnom Penh Airport to your hotel
- Phnom Penh Royal Palace and National Museum
- Tuol Sleng and the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek
- Private Transfer from Phnom Penh to Battambang via Udong Mountain
- Temples and Lifestyle around Battambang
- Private Transfer from Battambang to Siem Reap via Banteay Chhmar
- Phare Modern Circus show
- Beng Mealea temple
- Koh Ker temple
- Half day visit Mebon, Sra Srang, Banteay Kdei, Bat Chum, Kravan
- Afternoon Tour to Preah Khan, Neak Poan and Pre Rup Sunset
- On The Location of Temple of Angkor
- Lunch at Sala Kdei house
- Visit Kbal Spean
- Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity (ACCB)
- Visit Banteay Srei temple
- Visit the Landmine museum
- Visit Angkor Butterfly Center
- Sacred Mountain homestay on Phnom Kulen (2 days/1 night) - Day 1
- Sacred Mountain homestay on Phnom Kulen (2 days/1 night) - Day 2
- Visit Tonle Sap of Kompong Pluk floating village
- Lunch at Sala Roluos Khmer house
- Private Transfer from Siem Reap to Kompong Thom via Kompong Kdei bridge
- Visit Sambor Prei Kuk
- Private transfer from Kompong Thom to Phnom Penh Via Prasat Guha Nokor
- Free day in Phnom Penh
- Transfer from Hotel in Phnom Penh to Airport
- Departure is at your own arrangement
If you’re looking to dodge the rain, November to February is a prime time to visit: despite being the ‘cool’ season, it is still sunbathing weather. If visiting in hot season (from March to May) temperatures can be a toasty 33-35 degrees, so consider heading to the coast to cool off. The heavens open from June to October for the rainy season, which can prove problematic for travelling around the country’s rural roads, but if you don’t mind the daily downpours the monsoon season means there are far fewer tourists and you get to see the jungle blossom into life.
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