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Embark on a 6-day odyssey through Cambodia, commencing in the bustling capital of Phnom Penh. Delve into the city’s historical depths, exploring poignant sites and regal palaces. Journey to Siem Reap, where the grandeur of Angkor Temples unfolds, and discover the unique charm of a floating village. Depart with memories of Cambodia’s rich history, vibrant culture, and the timeless allure of Angkor’s ancient marvels.


  • 5 nights accommodation in a comfortable hotel
  • Guide (English Speaking)
  • 5 breakfasts, 2 lunches
  • 2 way Transfer
  • Tours as per Itinerary
  • Return Flight
  • Travel Insurance
  • Other Tour expenses
  • Vat/taxes
  • Tips
  • Lunches
  • PCR test
  • Personal Expenses


Day 1: Phnom Penh – Arrival

Commence your Cambodian exploration with a warm arrival in Phnom Penh. As you step into the vibrant capital, feel the pulse of the city and anticipate the cultural treasures that await. Check into your accommodation, acclimatize to the local atmosphere, and prepare for an enchanting journey through Cambodia's history and modernity.

Day 2: Phnom Penh City Tour

Embark on a captivating city tour of Phnom Penh, where history comes alive. Visit the solemn Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the poignant Killing Fields to gain insights into Cambodia's tragic past. Explore the glittering Royal Palace, adorned with Khmer architecture, and the serene Silver Pagoda, showcasing cultural richness.

Day 3: Phnom Penh - Siem Reap by bus - 7 hours

Embark on a scenic journey from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap, traversing the Cambodian landscape by bus. Marvel at the changing scenery and prepare for the wonders awaiting you in Siem Reap, the gateway to the iconic Angkor Temples.

Day 4: Siem Reap - Angkor Temples (Angkor Wat - Angkor Thom)

Immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring world of Angkor Temples. Explore the grandeur of Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and unravel the mysteries of Angkor Thom, adorned with ancient temples and the iconic Bayon with its captivating stone faces.

Day 5: Siem Reap - Floating Village in the Afternoon

Embark on an afternoon adventure to a floating village near Siem Reap. Witness the unique way of life on Tonle Sap Lake, exploring stilted houses and vibrant communities. This cultural excursion offers a glimpse into Cambodia's rural existence.


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Frequently asked questions

Travelers can visit Cambodia any time of the year, but the most popular time to travel would be the dry season from October to April. Early summer can also be a great time to visit for those who don't mind higher temperatures and more frequent bouts of rainfall. Visiting Cambodia during this time from May to June may allow for better wildlife viewing opportunities as well as fewer tourist crowds at popular sites like Angkor Wat and around Phnom Penh. The monsoon season runs from July to September and should probably be avoided as it can rain up to 2 out of every 3 days.

In each location, we strive to use charming accommodations that are locally owned and characteristic of the area. These range from charming, family-run bed & breakfasts to luxurious, boutique hotels. Most hotels have private baths, hot water and clean, comfortable rooms except in instances where noted, such as a homestay. We strive to also find hotels in good locations, whether that be walking distance to main attractions or out of the city if it is consistently noisy. Larger hotels are used in metropolitan areas as typically these are the only available options. Some rural hotels may be family run lodges that only offer shared bathroom facilities and freshwater showers.

Cambodia uses 230V, 50Hz AC electricity with A / C / G sockets being used. It is recommended to bring a converter.

Our tour leaders are exceptional! They are fluent in English and Khmer, and some other rural dialects as well. Some more regional rural guides may not speak English as well as those in metropolitan areas, but certainly make up for it with their welcoming hospitality. Our tour leaders all complete the Cambodia national guide certification program, which takes three months. In addition, we do our own Adventure Life training that focuses on customer relations and tour specifics. Many were born and raised in the local areas where they guide and are among the very best guides available in each region. Some specialize in specific adventure activities as well, such as hiking. All of our tour leaders treat our travelers like friends, showing visitors both the major highlights and the local treasures.

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