Day 1

Begin the visit with Angkor Thom, the last capital of the Angkorian Empire. Walk through forest trails surrounded by tall trees, wild flowers, butterflies and forest birds. Along the walking trails, you will have a picnic breakfast, then continue on to visit other well known temples, Bayon, Baphoun, and Elephant Terrace.

After lunch in local house, trek in a village to discover different varieties of handicrafts (wooden sculpture, making musical instruments, making traditional incense sticks).
Later in the afternoon, you will visit Ta Prohm temple, known as jungle temple.
Departure at 7.00 a.m and return at 17.30 p.m

Typical Day

Day 2

Start with breakfast in front of Angkor Wat temple, where you can see it’s massive three-tired pyramid, crowned by five lotus-like towers rising 65 meters.
Once you finished the visit of this cultural marvel temple, trek to another village where you discover other varieties of handicraft, such as boxes, baskets and mats. Visit village activities such as making palm sugar and sugar palm wine.

Take cooking class and have lunch with local family around temples and rest after your meal.

In the early afternoon visit program activities to a centre supporting poor children and a local school. Finish the afternoon with the colors of the sunset over Sra Srang .
Departure at 6.00 a.m and return at 17.30 p.m

Age range, type of group

Day 3

Have breakfast picnic in along rice field, and take a discovery tour to Kbal Spean, ‘’1000 Lingas’’ carved on natural stone in the river.
Also tour a wildlife conservation and rehabilitation centre and learn about their conservation programs and roles in nearby Kulen Mountain national park. Stop along the way back at Banteay Srey temple (loosely translated as the citadel of women, although it probably refers to the delicate beauty of the carvings).
Lunch is a picnic near a dragon fruit farm, where you can relax.
Trek through villages to reach a unique wet land area, where you can discover very special vegetation: large fern, endangered wild orchid, carnivorous plants and vines, in addition to many kinds of butterfly, bees and forest birds.
Finally, continue your walk along to Phnom Bok ‘’East Baray’’ to view the sunset.

Depart 7.00 am and return at 17.30 pm

Sleeping and meals

Price includes:

transport by air-conditioned car/minivan;
Cooking lesson on Cambodian food
Local handicraft demonstration (Part of the program)
lunch during the 3 day tour;
drinking water;
an experienced guide speaking English or French

Policies & Restrictions

Price doesn't include:

Accommodation rooms (Own choice of clients)
Temple pass for 3 day visit: $40 per person.
Incident insurance (Health issue and road accident.)

Note: We are proud to donate 3% of our net benefit to Angkor Hospital for Children to help Home Care Program and advertise its missions too. Angkor Hospital for Children (One of active hospitals which provides free medical care for sick children in Siem Reap.)

Starting at:
USD $146 per trip
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