Begin your trip in the capital, Phnom Penh, as you take in the city sites including the Royal Palace and the National Museum and then head to the outskirts to the Killing Fields and Tuol Sleng Museum for insight into a chapter from Cambodia’s more recent, tragic, past. Head onward to the Kirirom National Park to admire some of Cambodia’s nature and scenery on a light trek through dense forest to a beautiful waterfall. See local villages, caves, and countryside life and then continue on to a floating tented lodge on the Tatai River for your two night stay complete with outdoor excursions to see scenery of rainforest, rural villages, jungle, mangrove forests, and more. Head to the seaside town of Kep for some sightseeing and R & R and then travel to Siem Reap for your in-depth exploration of the key temples of Angkor Wat.
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On arrival in Phnom Penh, you will meet your local guide in the arrivals area holding a name-board who will then transfer you to the hotel for assistance with check-in. The rest of the day is free at your leisure.
Take the full day with your guide to explore the city sites from the Royal Palace to local markets, the Killing Fields & the Tuol Sleng Museum.
Depart the city and head to Chambok, a community-based ecotourism site located at the border of the Kirirom National Park. Perfect for nature lovers and outdoor-types, you'll take treks through dense forest, see waterfalls, caves and local villages. Admire the landscape, take in the sites, and then check-in to your floating tented lodge for your two night stay.
Enjoy excursions offered by the lodge (shared). You may wish to cruise deep into the mangroves and glimpse life among the fishing communities, or perhaps take an excursion to the Tatai waterfall, including opportunities to kayak and marvel at countryside life before returning to the lodge for some R & R.
Take the boat back to Tatai where you'll drive to Kampot province to see old French colonial architecture, countryside, and village life, before arriving in the seaside town of Kep, where you'll check-in to your hotel for the remainder of the day at your leisure.
Take a boat excursion today and then have the remainder of the day free at your leisure.
Drive to the airport where you'll take a short flight to Siem Reap, home to the Temples of Angkor. On arrival, meet and transfer to your hotel and have the rest of the day at your leisure.
Depart for Angkor Wat in the early morning for a sunrise visit followed by a day out seeing the ancient kingdom's key temples. From the Bayon and through Angkor Thom, you'll spend the day with your guide seeing Angkor's highlights, including an in-depth visit to Angkor Wat itself.
Visit the Beng Melea Temple, a unique 11th century temple rivaling Angkor in terms of size. Take some time to wander about, and then head into the village countryside for a look at rural life by foot, boat, and ox-cart. Your trip concludes with a guided home-hosted meal and local interaction.
Meet at the hotel at the appointed time for your transportation to the airport for your departure flight.
Day 8: Visit the crowning jewel of Khmer architecture, Angkor Wat.
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