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Cambodia Grand Adventure Tour [CMADV-06]
Duration: 19 days/ 18 nights



Day 1: Phnom Penh (B/L/D)

Upon arrival at Phnom Penh International Airport, you will be welcomed by your local English speaking guide who will accompany you to your hotel for check in.

Phnom Penh was once considered as one of the most beautiful cities in the Orient, and despite its recent turbulent history, it still retains a colonial charm. Cambodia's capital is a bustling city, majestically located at the confluence of the mighty rivers of the Mekong and Tonlé Sap. Wide tree-lined boulevards and many colonial-era buildings reflect the glorious days and add to the allure of the city, where Asian and Western traditions meet in a fascinating way.

First of all, you will be treated to a relaxing lunch at Khmer Surin Restaurant, where you will have the chance to sample traditional Khmer cuisine for the first time. After this break, you will be greeted by a driver who will take you on a tour to the most remarkable sights of Phnom Penh in a Cyclo, an original Phnom Penh means of transportation and a fun way to explore this lively city.

First, head to the Royal Palace. This palace dates back to 1866 and houses the Silver Pagoda, named for the over 5000 heavy silver tiles that cover its floors. Its original name is Wat Prakeo, meaning Temple of the Emerald Buddha. In this temple you will view a collection of Buddhas in gold, silver, crystal, and bronze.

Your next stop is the National Museum, built in traditional Khmer style. It houses the world's foremost collection of ancient Khmer artistic, archaeological, and religious artifacts from the 4th to the 13th centuries. Over 5,000 pieces are on display, constituting the repository of the Kingdom's cultural wealth. In addition, the roof space is home to a large bat colony!

Return to your hotel, where you will have some time at leisure. Tonight, you will be treated to a delicious Khmer welcome dinner at Romdeng, a lovely charity restaurant where former street children are taught the principles of hospitality. The restaurant is located in a restored colonial building with an atmospheric garden right in the city centre.

Overnight in Phnom Penh.

Day 2: Phnom Penh - Kep (B/L/D)

Awake to a delicious French breakfast at your hotel. Today, you will leave Phnom Penh in a Southern direction for Takeo Province. From there, you will start your day of cycling with a ride to the charming seaside town of Kep.

The riding is on tarmac roads through local villages humming with the buzz of day to day life in Cambodia towards the turquoise blue of the Gulf of Thailand. Near the sleepy village of Tani, you will be treated to sweeping vistas of dramatic lime stone hills. Enjoy a local picnic lunch in the shade of a palm tree before moving on.

Arrive in Kep in the afternoon. Cambodia's prestigious beach resort of the 1960s is now awakening to its former glory. A fascinating mix of a small calm beaches and reminders of the past glories in the form of derelict villas shade themselves in the undergrowth.

The last bit you push on up the hill to Veranda Natural Resort with a very distinct Robinson Crusoe feel. Veranda Natural Resort has an unmatched view of the ocean and surrounding islands as you stroll around its multiple platforms you cannot help but be enchanted by the appeal of this tree house like structure.

In the evening, enjoy a dinner of local and international fare with sweeping sea views at your hotel and relax in the rustic charm of your surroundings.

95km bike

Overnight in Kep.

Day 3: Kep - Ream National Park (B/L/D)

After a great breakfast at the hotel, transfer by mini van to the charming riverside town of Kampot (duration 45 mins.) made famous by Parisian chefs for its exquisite pepper. From here, start today's cycling to Ream National Park.

The park was established in 1993 on a 210 km² area on the Gulf of Thailand that includes thick pristine jungle, mangrove forests and off-shore coral reefs. It's a nature lovers paradise with nearly 200 bird species, many kinds of monkeys and it is also the habitat of the pangolin. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant that offers stunning views of the gulf.

You will be transferred to one of Ream's most scenic isolated beaches, called Koh Sampouch. Upon arrival, you will be welcomed to your comfortable tent right on the beach. And you don't even have to cut back on amenities as our large tents are made to feel you at home away from home.

Enjoy the remainder of the day free at leisure for swimming and relaxing. Koh Sampouch is still one of the rare beaches in Southeast Asia that have not yet seen any development, and you will be all by yourself with only once in a while a boat stopping by. End your day with enjoy a beautiful sunset from your private veranda. Dinner at the camp's beach restaurant.

85km bike

Overnight in a tented camp on Koh Sampouch Beach/Ream National Park.

Day 4: Ream National Park - Trek & Boat (B/L/D)

Awake to a fresh sea breeze and a hearty breakfast with fresh fruits and coffee.

Take a very short transfer by mini van to the start point for your next adventure through the jungle and mangroves of Ream National Park. Weave your way through the sandy trails that meander through the jungle as your local guide leads you to the mangrove swamps on the Northern side of the reserve.

Take a break under the shade of the lush canopy as you savor the sights and sounds of this steaming humid jungle. Onwards through large sandy clearings, fallen logs and curious locals until we find a boat keeper's house situated on the northern most extremity of the National Park.

Embark on a traditional sampan to explore the mangroves. Watch Twany Kites soar over head in the mid afternoon heat as we cruise 11km towards a remote fishing village established in 1985 by Khmer Rouge separatists.

Disembark and refresh your senses with some sweet coconut juice served from a local shack, then set off once agin into the jungle for the final 3km leg of the day, back to your tented paradise.

On arrival at the camp, try to resist the urge to jump into the crystal clear sea water before a Khmer beach BBQ and have a game of volleyball with the locals if you still have the energy. Kick back and enjoy the culinary delights beneath the star lit sky and savor your last night in this magical place.

14km trek

Overnight in a tented camp on Koh Sampouch Beach/Ream National Park.

Day 5: Ream National Park - Andoung Tek - Chi Phat (B/L/D)

Early morning transfer by mini van to the sleepy roadside town of Andoung Tek (duration 1h). Here we begin the next chapter in our adventure, where a boat man will be waiting to take you 30 km up river through the meandering mangroves to the remote village of Chi Phat (duration 1h). Chi Phat has got one of the last remaining tracts of natural rain forest that remains to date in Indochina. The area is prized for its bio-diversity and abundance of wildlife. This unique place is not often visited by tourists but the income provided by tourism directly funds the community development project in the area. After checking into your local home stay and being introduced to your host family, sit back and enjoy a local lunch in the Community Based-Ecotourism (CBET) Office.

The remainder of the day is packed full of adventure as we set off on our bikes to explore the wilds of Chi Phat. We will explore where nomadic indigenous tribes once roamed the jungle and stumble upon one of their sacred burial sites wedged in the cliff face.

Through rivers and over fallen logs up and down challenging terrain from soft and sandy to wet and muddy - this place is a perfect playground for any biking enthusiast of any level. Take in the sweeping vista of the jungle canopy below as you watch the sunset over one of Cambodia's last great wilderness sites.

Retire to the rural comfort of your homestay to freshen up before a sumptous dinner provided by the local community at the CBET office.

22km bike

Overnight at homestay in Chi Phat.

Day 6: Chi Phat - 4 Rivers Floating Lodge (B/L/D)

After waking to the sound of the Khmer village and a satisfying breakfast it is your turn to give back to the community with a tree planting ceremony.

After a lunch at a local restaurant, the boat man waits for you to re-embark for the journey back down river to Andoung Tek. A short transfer will take you to the starting point of another leisurely boat ride along the mangrove lined river to 4 Rivers Floating Lodge where you will stay overnight in a luxurious tent floating on the tranquil river. A culinary delight is already waiting for you for dinner.

Overnight at 4 Rivers Floating Lodge.

Day 7: Boat trip to Tatai Waterfall (B/L/D)

After a late breakfast, today is a day to truly enjoy all that the 4 Rivers Floating Lodge has to offer. This is a chance for you to sit back and take in the lush and exotic surroundings, or be active and explore the area by kayak. Lunch at the lodge.

After a leisurely morning, you can take a boat to the nearby Tatai Waterfall. Enjoy a picnic lunch served on the edge of the falls while bathing in its many bubbling pools. Spend the afternoon in the warm Cambodian sun while absorbing all the rustic charm of this unique and seldom visited location.

Tonight, enjoy a champagne sunset boat cruise before dinner and relax in the tranquil surroundings.

Overnight in 4 Rivers Floating Lodge

Day 8: 4 Rivers Floating Lodge - Phnom Penh (B/L/D)

Enjoy the morning at your leisure before taking a transfer back to Phnom Penh after lunch (duration 5h). Check into your hotel and spend the day at leisure. A delicious Khmer dinner will be served at Baithong Restaurant.

Option: Massage

Get pampered at the stylish and modern Bodia Spa and enjoy a relaxing massage. The perfect treatment after an adventure trip to the South Coast.

Overnight in Phnom Penh.

Day 9: Phnom Penh - Kratie (B/L/D)

Awake to a savoury breakfast and an early morning transfer (duration 5h) through the rolling countryside and villages to the riverside town of Kratie.

After lunch at a local restaurant with sweeping views of the mighty river, continue along the banks of the Mekong. Near the village of Kampi is the best spot to view the rare Irrawaddy Dolphins along the Mekong. Get on board a local boat that will take you to the preferred places of these interesting creatures. As soon as you will have spotted the first dolphin, your boat driver will turn the engine off and you will follow the dolphins silently in order to not disturb them.

After this memorable experience, continue to cycle along the banks of the Mekong until you reach Wat Sorsor Mouy Roy in the village of Sambour. The Vihea of the so-called'100 Pillars Pagoda' is an important historical and cultural building and quite famous for its legend involving a princess and a crocodile. The local youngsters are trained here in playing traditional musical instruments, an art that was on the verge of being forgotten after the Khmer Rouge regime. The kids will be happy to show their talent and perform for you.

Spend the rest of the day in the scenic village on the banks of the Mekong, where your guide will help you facilitate encounters with the local population. Enjoy an atmospheric dinner at Wat Sorsor Mouy Roy, and spend the night in a comfortable camp in the pagoda's community hall. Matresses with mosquito nets will be spread out in the open wooden building, and the tranquillity and serenity of the place will provide for a special experience on your trip.

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Overnight in Wat Sorsor Muoy Roy in Sambour.

Day 10: Kratie - Koh Trong Island (B/L/D)

Wake up early to the sounds of the monks' morning prayer. You are welcome to witness this traditional start to the day. After breakfast at the wat, transfer back to Kratie (duration 1h).

Now you are ready for a visit to Koh Trong, only a short 10 minutes boat ride away from Kratie. This Mekong island displays typical Cambodian village life, where people's livelihood largely depends on rice farming and fruits cultivation (Koh Trong is famous for its pomelo!). Upon arrival, you can decide whether you would like to take a local horse cart or pedal yourself around the island on a bicycle.

Your first destination is the island's Wat, where a special activity awaits you: A tree planting project initiated by a local farmer, in order to recultivate the once densely forested island. Contribute to the project by planting your own tree here and it will carry your name tag and leave a positive trace on the island. After toughening up, relax with a beautiful Khmer lunch under pomelo trees at a typical wooden house right by the river.

Continue by horsecart or cycling around the island, where you will be able to taste local fruit and visit a Vietnamese floating village on the southern tip of the island. Return to Kratie by boat this afternoon, where you will have some time to relax.

This evening, get ready for one of the highlights of your trip: Visit the historic Wat Rokakandal on the banks of the Mekong to see the unique wall paintings, while the sun is setting over the river.

The local people receive training in the art of playing traditional musical instruments and how to perform a puppet show at Wat Rokakandal, and they will perform a private show for you after dinner. As Shadow puppet shows are very popular in Cambodia, nobody wants to miss it when the show is performed and you will be able to watch together with the entire village - an entertaining experience!

(NOTE: The Shadow puppet show is not performed every day. A private show can be arranged on request.)

Overnight in Kratie.



Day 11: Kratie - Kampong Cham (B/L/D)

An early start with a breakfast of fresh fruit and hot coffee complimented by a riverside view. Our adventure starts with a transfer and a ferry tip across the Mekong. Disembark to the bustle of the busy ferry port of Chhlong before escaping down the dusty meandering back roads. Down meandering trails with flashes of effervescent green and rich red earth abound from the fields; the fragrant smell of lotus blossom from Buddhist shrines excites your senses. We stop for a well earned rest in the shade of palm trees. The many French colonial houses in this town are amongst the most beautiful in Cambodia.

From Chhlong west and onwards to the village of Stung Trong. 50km of lush rural scenery abounds. Through the bustling villages Mosques appear with miniature minarets breaking the tops of the leafy canopy that covers the road side. Enjoy the diversity of these small Muslim communities in contrast to the colourfully adorned Buddhist pagodas.

The second ferry crossing of the day will take you 12km to the quite village of Phnom Han Chay. This small hilltop pagoda houses an 8th century pre-Angkorian temple that sits on top of one of the best vantage points over looking the vast expanse of the Mekong and surrounding low lands. Take in this awe inspiring vista as you enjoy a delicious picnic lunch of fresh fruit and local produce.

On the final leg of the day enjoy the luxury of a tarmac road leading through the rubber plantations and roadside villages as you ride into the setting sun. Enjoy a dip in the pool at your hotel before sampling the local culinary delights.

95km bike

Overnight in Kampong Cham.

Day 12: Kampong Cham - Kampong Thom (B/L/D)

Your romance with the Mekong ends today with a ride to Kampong Thom. Transfer along the Mekong and eventually head for a quiet secondary highway towards Kampong Thom.

Pass through the industrious road side town of Bos Khnor en route, busy with the hum of motor bikes as the locals come to trade spare parts and service their machines in the many roadside mechanic shops. See how overloaded trucks rumble by along with the weird and wonderful vehicles of every description.

Stop to enjoy a refreshing picnic lunch in one of the many beautifully adorned pagodas hidden amongst the shade of sugar palm trees.

Onwards to Kampong Thom. This quiet town is situated between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh and hosts the magnificent temple site Sambor Prei Kuk, built in the 6th and 7th century. Take some time to relax before enjoying dinner at a local restaurant.

90km bike

Overnight in Kampong Thom.

Day 13: Kampong Thom - Siem Reap (B/L/D)

Today, you head towards the rarely visited Sambor Prei Kuk (transfer 45 mins), one of the most important pre-Angkorian sites in the country that is enlisted to potentially become Cambodia's next UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sambor Prey Kuk was built in the Chenla period between the 6th and 7th century and there are over 100 well preserved temples scattered in the forest. The three main sites are linked by small and shady tracks. Enjoy a beautiful walk through the jungle with breathtaking views. Your visit supports a community-based tourism project.

The seven villages around the temple complex still practice the ancient art of craft making, using materials such as bamboo and rattan. You will have the chance to visit and contribute to the sustainability of the people's livelihood as the local community will prepare a simple but very tasty lunch for you near the temples.

After lunch follows a transfer towards Siem Reap (duration 3h) and have you dropped off at Roluos Pagoda. From this beautiful pagoda you set out to explore the scenic back roads that lead you through the Roluos Temple group.

Roluos is the site of an ancient center of Khmer civilization known as Hariharalaya. It was the first town built by the Angkorian kings in the 8th and 9th century and consists of three main temples: Bakong, Lolei and Preah Ko. The surrounding countryside with its paddy fields and sugar palm trees is very typical for Cambodia.

Late afternoon, arrive in Siem Reap and check into your hotel. A typical Khmer dinner will be served at Sugar Palm Restaurant.

96km bike

Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 14: Siem Reap - Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm (B/L/D)

After a relaxing morning at your leisure and lunch at Café Indochine, saddle up again, visit the ancient city of Angkor Thom, the last capital of the Great Khmer Empire under the reign of Jayavarman VII. This city is surrounded by an 8 m high wall, drawing a perfect square. Enter the city through the ancient South Gate, an impressive stone gate carved with Elephants and four giant faces. On each side of the entrance path a row of 54 gods or demons is holding the sacred Naga snake.

From here, continue to Bayon Temple in the exact center of the city. This 12th century masterpiece is a study in grandeur and is well-known for its 54 towers with enigmatic faces representing the 54 provinces of the Great Khmer Empire. The Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King are also must-visits as they are both known for their intricate bas-reliefs.

In the late afternoon, explore the overgrown ruins of Ta Prohm, the''Tomb Raider Temple'' made famous by the Hollywood movie of the same name.

After a refreshing break at your hotel enjoy dinner at The Nest Angkor this evening, serving contemporary Khmer dishes in a comfortable modern setting.

15km bike

Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 15: Siem Reap - Banteay Chhmar (B/L/D)

After a hearty breakfast set out for the distant ruins of the long forgotten Banteay Chhmar where you will spend the night in your very own private tented camp and experience the local culinary delights.

Banteay Chhmar is a remote temple complex located in close proximity to the border with Thailand. The massive temple with eight satellite structures and a dried up water reservoir is one of the most important and most mysterious of all Angkor temples and its unique features had it enlisted to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the near future.

Spend the rest of the day exploring the scenic countryside of Banteay Chhmar and the outlying temples before retiring your tented camp nearby a local village, where you will also enjoy a traditional Khmer dinner.

Overnight in tented camp at Banteay Chhmar.

Day 16: Banteay Chhmar - Battambang (B/L/D)

Awake to the rural charms of Cambodia before setting out on a day of exploration cycling through these seldom visited sites down winding back roads and through dense undergrowth to rediscover the lost ruins. Enjoy another lunch at a local house set in the remote countryside before your transfer to Battambang (duration 5h) via Svaysisophon.

Battambang is Cambodia's second largest city and, not so long ago, was within target range of a stronghold of the erstwhile Khmer Rouge and was therefore off-limits to most travellers.

However, like the remainder of this beautiful gentle country, Battambang has recently re-opened to the outside world. One fortuitous result of its isolation and lack of development is that Battambang has some of the most well preserved colonial French buildings in the country. You will find local people here to be extremely friendly. They have not been exposed to many foreign visitors and they will be as interested in you as you are in them! Battambang was formerly the rice bowl of Cambodia although these days the production of rice is augmented by large orange and jute plantations.

Arrive in Battambang in the late evening and check into your charming boutique hotel in a French colonial villa. Enjoy dinner tonight in the atmospheric restaurant of your hotel.

25km bike

Overnight in Battambang.

Day 17: Battambang (B/L/D)

Battambang's countryside is what makes this pleasant river town a real treat. The town is situated along the Sangker River, a quiet and small body of water that finds its way through Battambang Province. It connects the Cardamom Mountains with Tonle Sap Lake and feeds the paddy fields on the way, which results in Cambodia's best rice and plentiful fruit orchards that can be found here.

First of all, head to the Bamboo Train station. The Bamboo Train has been set up by the villagers in order to facilitate the transportation of goods and persons as there are no regular trains running any more. The ''train'' itself is very basic: one bamboo platform on 4-wheels is activated by a small motor. Sitting on the platform (we will provide some cushions for your comfort), you will travel the 8 km to the next station through beautiful landscape and rice paddies (depending on season of visit). A true rollercoaster ride without loops! Return to your hotel for lunch and a relaxing break.

This afternoon, you will be taken to some of the many cultural villages around Battambang, where you will learn how the locals produce rice paper, prahoc (typical Cambodian fish paste), grolan (sticky rice stuffed in bamboo), and other Cambodian treats. You will also visit a weaving and handicraft centre in another village.

Tonight, a special visit awaits you at Phare Ponleu Selpak. School of Music, Visual & Performing Arts - Phare Ponleu Selpak combines the Arts to provide education, support and entertainment to the poor communities. This project is a success story of how humanitarian aid work can turn into a display of zest for life, genuine warmth and creativity, against all odds. A visit to one of their circus shows will leave you with a lasting memory of the wonderful Cambodian people and should not be missed when in Battambang! After the show, a dinner will be waiting for you at the center.

(NOTE: The circus performance is not performed every day. Private performances are available on request.)

Overnight in Battambang.

Day 18: Battambang- Siem Reap (B/L/D)

Today, you will embark on one of the most stunning boat trips in Cambodia, as you will be taken from Battambang to Siem Reap by boat.

(NOTE: This boat trip is only possible in the raining season as water levels would be too low during the dry season and transfer times extremely long. Alternative transport by road.)

The largest freshwater lake in Asia, Tonlé Sap Lake, is an exceptional water system as it is swelling to almost five times its size during the raining season. The water of its main drainage, Tonlé Sap River, is being pushed back from the Mekong, carrying an incredible amount of water from the rains, causing the river to reverse its direction and thus causing the lake to overflow, flooding nearby fields and forests and supporting an extraordinarily rich and diverse eco-system. The Lake is also an important breeding ground for fish, providing more than half of the amount of fish consumed in Cambodia. The particular water system requires the people living of the lake to adapt to the living conditions. You will see many villages on the way where people live on stilted or entirely floating houses.

Arrive in Siem Reap mid-afternoon, the gateway to the majestic temples of Angkor and a charming little city. After checking into your hotel, set out for a delicious lunch at Sala Bai, a school training young Cambodians from poor family backgrounds in the principles of hospitality in order to give them a future. You will have plenty of opportunities to talk to the students as they will go on a tour of the school after the meal.

This afternoon, a local tuk tuk will take you to one of the definite highlights of your trip to Cambodia: The legendary Angkor Wat. Built during the reign of King Suryavarman II in the early 12th century, Angkor Wat is constructed following the model of the temple mountain symbolizing Mount Meru, the home of the gods. Inside the temple, the walls are covered with stone carvings and bas-reliefs depicting Hindu mythology and the wars Suryavarman II fought during his reign. Angkor Wat is well known for the more than 2,000 Apsara dancers decorating the temple. Construction is thought to have taken around thirty years of intensive labor. Today, Angkor Wat is figured on Cambodia's national flag as the temple symbolizes the soul of the Khmer people.

Enjoy some time at leisure in the evening until your Khmer farewell dinner at Viroth's Restaurant.

15km bike

Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 19: Siem Reap - Departure (B)

Enjoy the day at leisure until the transfer to the airport for your individual departure flight.


Hotels used in the Tours :

City Hotel Category Hotel Name Room Category
Phnom Penh First Class Villa Langka Deluxe Room
Kep First Class Veranda Natural Resort Deluxe A/C Room
Ream National Park Standard Tented Camp Tent
Chi Phat Standard Community Home Stay Home Stay
Koh Kong Deluxe 4 Rivers Floating lodge Standard Room
Sambour Standard Wat Sorsor Muoy Roy Wat Stay
Kratie First Class Sala Koh Trong Deluxe Room
Kampong Cham First Class 7 Makara Hotel & Restaurant Deluxe Room
Kampong Thom First Class Sambor Village Deluxe Room
Siem Reap First Class Royal Bay Inn Angkor Resort Deluxe Room
Banteay Chhmar Standard Tented Camp Tent
Battambang First Class Stung Sangke Deluxe Room
Siem Reap First Class Royal Bay Inn Angkor Resort Deluxe Room

Optional Activities :

Activities Fixed cost per person USD
Massage 55

Include :

  • Accommodation based on Double/Twin Room with breakfast.
  • Transfer & back-up by private A/C vehicles.
  • English speaking biking guide(s) - 01 more biking assistant guide will be added from 10 riders. Biking guides are first aid qualified and can maintain bikes. Their role is to deliver a safe and enjoyable tour to the clients, they manage the group, co ordinate the driver and support vehicle, buy snacks and fruit along the way, look out for clients needs. They are cultural guides as well as pure biking.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B= breakfast, L= lunch & D= Dinner).
  • Drinking water for cycling days.
  • Snack & local fruits for cycling days.
  • Entrance fees for mentioned visits.
  • Local bike hire - Trek 4500, spare parts and bike shipping fees

Exclude :

  • Visa for Cambodia (Visa issued on arrival, USD20/pax, please bring 1 passport photo)
  • Domestic Airport departure tax Phnom Penh USD6/pax
  • Meals other than mentioned
  • Camera/video entrance fees
  • Laundry, telephone calls and expenditure of a personal nature
  • Any services other than mentioned
  • International and additional domestic flights incl. taxes
  • Travel insurance

Note :

It is recommended especially for travellers to Cambodia to have a travel insurance covering also the cost of medical evacuation flights.

Remarks :

  • Guides in other langages - French, German, Spanish and Itatian are available upon request. Extra charge applied.

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