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Cambodia Adventures -12 Days / 11 Nights

Trip Duration: 12 Days / 11 Nights
Siem Reap /Siem Reap
Tour Level:
Group Size:
Minimum 2 persons, Maximum 15 persons
Tour Operates:
All year round
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Trip price:
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Brief Itinerary:
Day 1: Arrive in Siem Reap – Roluos Group
Day 2: Explore Angkor complex
Day 3: Kbal Spean & Banteay Srey (B)
Day 4: Floating village
& Angkor National Museum (B)
Day 5: Phnom Kulen & Beng Mealea (B)

Day 6: Overland travel to Kampong Cham (B)
Day 7: Kampong Cham – Kratie (B)

Day 8: Kratie Visit - Rattanakiri (B)
Day 9: Rattanakiri Adventures (B)
Day 10: Rattanakiri elephant Trek & bird watching (B)
Day 11: Rattanakiri - Kratie (B)
Day 12: Kratie - Siem Reap (B)

Details Itinerary: 
Day 1: Arrive in Siem Reap Roluos Group
Arrive at Siem Reap International airport where you will be greeted by your tour guide and driver. You will then be transferred to your hotel.
After relaxing for a while in your hotel, we travel to Roluos group, the earliest of the Angkor temples, and its three principal monuments, Bakong, Preah Ko and Lolei. They are quieter than the main sites and are a great introduction to Khmer architecture. You’ll have plenty of time to look around before returning to Siem Reap for lunch avoiding the midday heat.

In the afternoon, visit one of the modern seventh wonders of the world Angkor Wat, the most famous and best-preserved of all temples within the Angkor complex. Take your time exploring this huge architectural wonder with your guide before moving on to the hilltop of Phnom Bakheng, the five-tiered pyramid temple built on natural hill. It’s the popular place to watch the sunset, especiallythe spectacular view of Angkor Wat towers and surroundings. Overnight in Siem Reap

Day 2: Explore Angkor Temples (B)
Today, visit the great capital of Angkor Thom, South Gate, the magnificent temple of Bayon, originally there were 54 towers decorated with 216 enigmatic smiling faces, Baphoun, Royal Enclosure, Phimean Akas, Terrace of Elephant, and Terrace of Leper King.

Before having lunch, continue to the unfinished pyramid temple, Ta Keo and jungle temple Ta Prohm, one of the most fabulous temples in the area. The temple has been left several centuries and it was overgrown by vegetations, gigantic tree roots, creepers covering all over temple towers.
We head out to Grand Circuit in the afternoon, to visit others amazing temples with different architectural art styles such as Preah Khan, Neak Pean, an island temple with five square ponds set right middle of the last Baray, Ta Som, East Mebon, the day ends with a sunset drink at Angkor Wat moat. Overnight in Siem Reap

Day 3: Kbal Spean & Banteay Srey (B)
Today, drive through the typical Khmer countryside to Kbal Spean, the exquisite Banteay Srei, the temple was made of pinkish sandstone with delicate carvings. On the way back to hotel, make a stop at local communities to observe how they produce rice products, sugar palms and other commodities. Banteay Samre, the day ends at Pre Rup. Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 4: Floating Village, Angkor National Museum (B)
After breakfast, drive to the Great Tonle Sap Lake, and take a boat trip to floating villages. We experience an oxcart ride to explore Cambodian life style for 30 minutes, we then enjoy a walking tour of a local Cambodian Village. This is a chance to learn about village life, culture and traditions. Your trip also contributes to the village, helping the local community. There are lots of photo opportunities of people and landscapes. Visit Artisans d' Angkor workshop. Return to hotel for avoiding the midday heat.

Afternoon, visit Angkor National Museum, the first museum in Siem Reap presenting a unique collection of invaluable art objects from the ancient Khmer Kingdom, and you will be deeply understanding of customs, traditions and different beliefs of the ancient empire. Wat Thmei, the Killing Fields. The Buddhist Temple (Wat) is also known as the Killing Fields Pagoda as it contains a glass-walled stupa containing the bones, skulls of victims of the Khmer Rouge, which are gathered by local residents in memory of friends and family and villagers who died. Overnight in Siem Reap

Day 5: Phnom Kulen & Beng Mealea (B)
Today, drive to Kulen Mountain, the quarry which provided stones building temples in Angkor area. We first visit the site of the Lingas carved in the riverbed by successive kings of the Angkor period and a walk further will bring us to the site of a huge natural rock with on top a big reclining Buddha carved in the sandstone block. Our walk will also bring us to a waterfall, don’t forget your swiming suits and join the locals! More carvings in the riverbed can be discovered above the waterfall. This is also a very popular place for Khmer people to come and enjoy their weekend with a picnic. Lunch box will be provided at the site.

After lunch break, we 
drive through the countryside and the mountain range of kulen Mountain to visit Beng Mealea, a large ruinous temple overrun by vegetations. Overnight in Siem Reap

Day 6: Overland travel to Kampong Cham (B)
After breakfast, overland travel to
 Kompong Thom, en route, visit traditional villages and stop at the ancient Naga Bridge (Spean Prapteus), located 40 km from Siem Reap. Continue to Sambor Prei Kuk, located 35 km northeast of Kompong Thom, you will visit the ancient capital of Chenla with its 100 temples dating from the Pre-Angkorian period. After relaxing lunch at local restaurant, you will then be transferred to the hotel for check-in.

We head to the north of the town on the paved, shady lane through local villages. Stilted homes are flanked by the Mekong River and rice paddies. Here, we discover Prasat Han Chey, a 1500 year old temple dotting the hilltop. Once at the top of the hill we can visit the large pagoda intertwined with clay dormitories and nunnery. This is also a great place to view the Mekong River, the Mondulkiri plateau in distance and the spectacular sunset over the Mekong. Return to the city for dinner and overnight in Kampong Cham.

Day 7: Kampong Cham – Kratie (B)

Today, visit the 11th century Mahayana Buddhist temple of Wat Nokor Bachey, which houses an active pagoda. Stroll around this temple, capture some amazing photos and learn about the monks’ way of life.
After the temple of Wat Nokor, we hike up the small hill of Phnom Pros, it is a very interesting place to cool down as a band of monkeys populate the trees. There are views of the rice fields and a rubber plantation. Return to the hotel for the check-out.

Set off the hotel to Kampi Dolphin site. It is, in fact, the best place in the country to see the very rare freshwater dolphins, and also the most inhabited Dolphin pod in the Mekong River with about 20 dolphins. Take a boat trip to the dolphin pool, following them, and capture beautiful photos of the dolphins with sunset over the river as the backdrop. Dine in local restaurant and overnight in Kratie.

Day 8: Kratie Visit - Rattanakiri (B)
After breakfast, leave Kratie to Ban lung. (This trip takes around 4 hours depending on road conditions) Check in to the hotel in Ban lung.

In the late afternoon we head out to see the crater lake of Yak Loam, which is believed to have been formed 700,000 years ago. Some people say that it must have been formed by meteor strike as the shape is perfectly round. Have a little walk around the lake and visit the Museum exhibiting some of the handicrafts, traditional silk and cotton loin cloths, ritual gongs and hunting tools used by the indigenous minorities, End your day with the sunset at the lake. Return and overnight in Banlung hotel.

Day 9: Rattanakiri Adventures (B)
Head out for a drive on the dusty road about 35km in the north of Ban lung. We will arrive at Vern Sai district where Laos and Chinese people have settled. These people lead their lives on the River San, or Tonle Se San, which flows from Vietnam and meets the Mekong at Steung Treng province. Relax on the speed boat going up the river for one hour – we will then visit the cemetery of the Tampuon people, and trek around the village to see their houses and learn about their unique culture.

On the way back, the same boat will drop us off at Chinese and Laos villages to have a look and see the different lifestyles, while learning about the various cultures. Overnight in Banlung hotel

Day 10: Rattanakiri elephant Trek & bird watching (B)
This is a wonderful day and many visitors feel it is one of the best and most memorable days of their trip in Cambodia.
Leave the capital city of Rattanakiri down to the east for Lum Kut.  This trip is around 60km and goes through cashew nut and rubber tree plantations as well as tribal villages.

Lum kut is another natural volcanic lake, which is in the shape of a human heart and larger than Yak Loam lake, although having similar ecology. Located on the plateau area in the middle part of the tropical jungle, about 40km east of the provincial town, Lum kut has a lot of trees intertwining each other to form the shady roofs for visitors, and moreover, the lake provides a habitat to many species of young and older fish that help attract plenty of fishing bird species to live around it’’. We circumnavigate this lake on elephants with the trip taking around 40 to 60 mins. The elephant trek goes through rubber plantation areas, cashew nut orchards and some villages of the tribal minorities.
The elephant’s slow and steady pace makes this a very relaxed and enjoyable experience. You will see picturesque trees and plateau landscapes.

On the way, you can stop to take photos and watch the birds.  The types of birds that may be seen include greater egrets, lesser egrets, kingfishers, Alexander and red breasted parakeets.
Head back and relax in the hotel. Overnight in Banlung hotel.

Day 11: Rattanakiri - Kratie (B)
Depart the City of Rattanakiri right after your breakfast and head to Kratie. On the way from Ban Lung to Kratie, we stop at Sambour district to visit one of the largest Buddhist pagodas in Cambodia. This pagoda has over 100 pillars, learn about the legends behind the Wat, Stupa and narrative paintings

Have lunch at Kampi picnic resort. It is a natural attraction, situated along the Mekong river bank 16km from Kratie town and 1km from Kampi dolphin pool. Kampi is a small archipelago with sand and stream where visitors can bathe. There are small huts where you can rest built in a row along the stream in dry season. Drive to the hotel in Kratie for check-in and rest. Overnight in Kratie

Day 12: Kratie - Siem Reap (B)
After breakfast, check out and head back to Siem Reap. Arrival time into Siem Reap will vary depending on your departure time. End of Trip

Please kindly read carefully with the below Trip Inclusions & Trip Exclusions.  

Trip Inclusions:

Accommodation with daily breakfast (Base on Twin sharing)
Tours with English speaking guide
Ground transport with air-con vehicle as stated in itinerary
All entrance fees to tour sites throughout
Boat cruise
2 bottles of water/person/day
Cold tissues during the tour

Trip Exclusions:

International airfare
Domestic & International Airport taxes
Visa and visa fees
Meals and beverages
Personal expenses, such as laundry, camera, telephone, drink etc....
Tips and gratuities 
Personal Insurance
Peak season surcharge during Dec and Jan
Compulsory dinner for Xmas and New Year Eve
All other accounts are not mentioned in the above inclusion

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