10 days from $1,380
- Watch the sun come up over the jaw-dropping temple of Angkor Wat
- Visit a pepper plantation in dreamy Kampot, followed by an authentic Khmer cooking class
- Spend 3 days on the dazzling tropical island of Koh Rong
- Learn about Cambodia’s tragic history in Phnom Penh, with visits to S21 and the Killing Fields
Cambodia is a bewitching kingdom where ancient worlds and vibrant modern life come together. Home to the sublime temple complex of Angkor Wat, breathtaking beaches, and cosmopolitan cities, it’s a destination that ticks all the boxes for the adventurous traveller. We take you to the highlights of this fascinating country over 10 days, including Koh Rong, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Kampot and the unforgettable Angkor. With tons of bucket list moments, it’s a trip you’ll never forget.
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Day 1: Arrive in Phnom Penh. Welcome to Cambodia! We’ll pick you up from the airport and take you to your hotel. Chill out before meeting your group for dinner and drinks this evening.
Day 2: Phnom Penh. This morning take a tuk-tuk tour of the crazy city streets. We’ll stop at the S21 prison, followed by the Killing Fields. After a fascinating but sombre afternoon, enjoy dinner and drinks at a local street bar with your group.
Day 3: Arrive in Kampot. Travel to the tranquil Kampot region. Spend the afternoon riverside, swimming and kayaking, with a dreamy backdrop of crumbling colonial architecture and palm trees.
Day 4: Kampot. Head to a local market and a Kampot pepper plantation to pick up ingredients for the Khmer cooking class you’ll be taking part in later today. Prepare and eat a number of mouth-watering local dishes before drifting down the river on a serene sunset cruise.
Day 5: Arrive on Koh Rong. Today we’re off to the most beautiful beaches in Cambodia! We’ll be staying in traditional Khmer style bungalows on dazzling white sands. Spend the afternoon bronzing your bod, before enjoying dinner and a party on the beach.
Day 6: Koh Rong. We’ll take a private long-tail boat today to some of the best snorkelling spots around. See colourful tropical fish and coral reefs through crystal clear water. Sail back towards Koh Rong as the sun sets. After the most magical day, enjoy another epic night out on Koh Rong.
Day 7: Koh Rong and travel to Sihanoukville. Bliss out this morning with a traditional Khmer massage on the beach, before catching the fast ferry back to the mainland. Have dinner in Sihanoukville with your group, before hopping on the overnight bus to Siem Reap.
Day 8: Siem Reap. Arrive early in Siem Reap. Spend the morning chilling out by the hotel pool. This afternoon, we’ll visit some traditional floating villages near the city.
Day 9: Siem Reap and Angkor Wat. It’s a real bucket-list moment today – watching the sun rise over Angkor Wat. We’ll take a guided tour of the temple complex, including Ta Prohm, where Angelina Jolie filmed Tomb Raider! Later, enjoy a last night out with your group in Siem Reap.
Day 10: Trip End. Swap contact details, and hug each other goodbye. Your incredible Cambodia Experience finishes here!
- 9 nights’ accommodation
- 6 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 1 dinner
- Experienced group leader
- Airport transfer on arrival
- Tuk tuk tour of Phnom Penh
- S21 prison with local guide
- Tour of the Killing Fields
- River kayaking
- Sunset boat trip
- Local markets
- Pepper plantation
- Khmer cooking class
- Koh Rong island boat trip
- Snorkelling and sunset cruise
- Floating villages
- Angkor Wat sunrise temple tour
- 24 hour emergency support
- International flights
- Travel insurance
- Return airport transfer
- Optional activities
9 nights’ of accommodation are included on this trip. 8 nights will be spent in simple hotels, guesthouses and bungalows and 1 night on an overnight bus (with individual beds). Accommodation is on a twin or double basis.
6 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 1 dinner are included on this tour. You’ll need to buy the rest of your meals yourself. It’s a great opportunity to have a real cultural experience, interacting with the locals and sampling regional delicacies.
We suggest that each traveller brings their own refillable water bottle on this trip as there are safe refillable water stations at every accommodation on this tour.
Fly into Phnom Penh International Airport. There are no activities planned for the first day so you can arrive any time. If you decide to arrive before the trip start date, our greeter will still pick you up from the airport and book you into our hotel in Phnom Penh from the day you arrive. Extra nights of accommodation will be at an additional cost.
The trip finishes in Siem Reap on day 10. You can depart at any time. A return airport transfer is not included but your guide will help you arrange this locally.
Minimum age for this trip is 18 years.
You will need a visa to enter Cambodia. You can obtain a visa online before travelling or on arrival at the airport (where you will need to pay a fee in USD). You should ensure that your passport will still be in date for six months after your return. All visa information is subject to change and you should consult the nearest High Commission or Embassy for the most up to date information.
When’s The Best Time To Visit Cambodia?
It’s always a good time to go to Cambodia as the country is warm all year round. There’s a slightly higher chance of rain from May to October, but this is usually a short downpour in the afternoon, followed by more sunshine! The rest of the year is mostly dry. November to February is peak tourist season with temperatures that are mild enough to explore the country in comfort, but warm enough to enjoy the country’s fabulous beaches.
How Much Money Will I Need?
All your activities, accommodation, in-country transport and some meals are included with your Cambodia Experience, so you’ll just need money for other meals and snacks, drinks, shopping and any onward travel. We suggest you bring between £250 and £400, depending on your personal spending habits.
How Do I Access Cash While I’m Away?
There are ATMs available throughout Cambodia, particularly in the cities. We suggest you bring Visa or Master Card debit, credit or a travel money card. Some places accept credit card, but not all of them.
Is There Wi-fi?
Most of the accommodations we will be staying at have free Wi-Fi available. The network quality will probably be lower than you’re used to but you should still be able to do the basics.
What Luggage Should I Take?
We would always suggest a rucksack rather than a suitcase as they’re easier to travel with. We’ll be moving round quite a lot and dragging a heavy suitcase in hot weather isn’t fun! Pack as light as you can as well – 10-20kg of stuff should be plenty.
Due to Covid-19, many of our partners and suppliers across the globe are putting in place new procedures and policies regarding health and safety in response to the outbreak. These new measures will adapt and change as the state of travel evolves, and the policies and procedures will vary depending on each trip. Some changes that you may experience on our trips are:
Updated safety & hygiene procedures
Health and safety measures will be adapted by our partners and suppliers, dependent on local laws and restrictions.
Different transport & accommodation
You may find yourself on transport or in accommodation that would not typically be used, such as hostels that are more secluded, or on more private transport. This may vary by trip, or even by individual departure dates.
Most trips include a meeting on arrival with the guide or local team to discuss the trip, and this is an opportunity for you to ask any questions. You should arrive in time to attend these briefings.
Emergency support 24/7
We have a UK based 24/7 emergency phone line if you have a genuine urgent matter that you need attending.
Knowledgeable & Trained Staff
We can help answer any questions or concerns you may have before you depart. Whilst travelling the guide or local team on our trips are there to help, and to ensure the smooth running of our trips.
Should you require medical assistance whilst travelling, the local team or guide will be able to help you get to a point of care. Medical facilities and standards can vary across the glove, so you should ensure you have adequate travel insurance in place.
Varying group sizes
To begin with, many trips will run with amended group sizes, so you may find smaller groups than would be typical. This may vary by trip, or even by individual departure dates.
Whilst there may be changes on our trips, it is vital that you make travelling safer for yourself, your travel companions, the local staff and guides, and the people of the country you are visiting. You should follow all local laws and restrictions, and follow the guidance of the local team. In addition, you can help make travel safer by bringing and using your own face coverings/masks and hand sanitiser, social distance where appropriate, wash your hands frequently, and cover your face when coughing or sneezing.