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Camping Tours
Designed to take visitors off-the-beaten track, far from the madding crowds, so they can encounter the magnificent jungle temples beyond Angkor. The roads are sometimes bumpy and the temples dilapidated, but the intimate experience of camping at the walls of an ancient monument more than compensates for the minor hardships along the way. Experience the Angkor of old - timeless temples with not a visitor in sight. Witness the most atmospheric temple ruins on earth, forgotten in the forests for almost millennia. See the sunrise inching over the horizon, the temple ruins lost amid the jungle canopy, the modern world forgotten for a moment in time.

Angkor Safari Tents allow us to take guests to places in Cambodia which have little or no tourism infrastructure, to ensure a truly unique experience. The tents are fully waterproof. Each day the dual layer tents are pitched at your destination by local staff on a durable tarpaulin. The inner layer provides mosquito and insect protection and includes meshed windows for light and breeze during the day. The overall dimensions of the tent are 3m wide x 4m long x 2.5m high and include a separate bathroom and shower tent located near the main sleeping tent.

Camping is a seasonal adventure - best from November through to April (roughly corresponding to Cambodia's dry season and the tourist high season). Other activities can be built into your itinerary, so please contact us for a customised program.

We journey northeast from Siem Reap to the massive jungle temple of Beng Mealea, the size and scale of Angkor Wat, but utterly swallowed by the jungle. We clamber about this titanic of temples that feels just like it would have when discovered by the first explorers. We continue to Koh Ker, a 10th century capital abandoned in the remote north of Cambodia for more than a thousand years.
Experience the great camping tour with us and we will prepare an unforgettable itinerary including the most atmospheric temple ruins on earth and some forgotten temples which lost in the jungle for several centuries. We have a luxurious Angkor Camping Tent for you and bring you to discover the wonderful remote temples area where the crowded tourists have never been to, as well as Beng Mealea, koh Ker, Preah khan Kompong Svay, Banteay Chhmar Temple. On the others hand you will witness the majestic mountain temple of Preah Vihear, the incredible huge Hindu temple built on natural hilltop. After this Camping Trip, We ensure that you will have a truly unique experience and memorable vacation in Cambodia.
We journey northeast from Siem Reap to the massive jungle temple of Beng Mealea, the size and scale of Angkor Wat, but utterly swallowed by the jungle. We clamber about this titanic of temples that feels just like it would have when discovered by the first explorers. We continue to Koh Ker, a 10th century capital abandoned in the remote north of Cambodia for more than a thousand years. Our team set up camp for us, while we enjoy a visit to the pyramid temple of Prasat Thom and take in the sunset.
We depart Phnom Penh to Kompong Thom, then stop at Skoun to see tarantulas. Upon arrival Kompong Thom, break for lunch. We then travel north to visit the pre-Angkorian capital of Sambor Prei Kuk, known as Isanapura at the height of its power in the 7th century. This offers a chronological insight into the development of temple architecture in ancient Cambodia and is a magical place, forgotten in the forests. We spend the night in a local hotel in Kompong Thom.
We journey northeast from Siem Reap to the massive jungle temple of Beng Mealea which was utterly swallowed by the jungle. We continue to Koh Ker, a 10th century capital abandoned in the remote north of Cambodia for more than a thousand years.
We head northwest of Siem Reap, stopping for a break in the town of Sisophon, also known as Svay or Mango to Khmers. We continue north to the atmospheric temple of Banteay Top, with a memorable location in the middle of the rice fields. We then carry on to the huge complex of Banteay Chhmar, meaning narrow fortress, which was an important city in the Khmer Empire during the reign of King Jayavarman VII.