Travel 2 Touring 18/19


INCLUDED TOUR HIGHLIGHTS • Explore the colonial town of Kampot • Visit Phnom Chhnork caves • Relax on scenic Koh Tonsay Island



£499 per person


PRICES INCLUDE • 3 nights’ accommodation as per itinerary • Meals as specified: 3 breakfasts, 1 lunch • Services of local English-speaking guides (except day free at leisure without transportation and guide as mentioned) • Transportation by private air-conditioned vehicle for all included sightseeing and transfers • Boat trip in Kep DEPARTURES Daily TOUR STYLE: Independent GROUP SIZE: 2+ PHYSICAL DEMAND: ACCOMMODATION LEVEL: 2 - 4 stars

4 day Kep & Kampot Discovery Phnom Penh • Kampot • Kep

Day 1: Phnom Penh – Kampot Take a guided transfer to Kampot (around a 3-hour drive). On arrival enjoy a Kampot City walking tour. Kampot has been an active settlement for centuries but the location and layout of the modern town was established during the French colonial period in the late 19th/early 20th Centuries. Though suffering a bit from the ravages of time, the architecture of Kampot is pleasantly provincial, a mix of red tile-roofed shophouses and old French colonial government buildings. Later enjoy a sunset boat trip along the Kampot River. The Columns hotel Day 2: Kampot – Kep After breakfast, leave for Kep, stop at the salt pans (during dry season). Continue to Phnom Chhnork caves. Phnom Chhnork is the most spectacular cave complex in the Kampot area. The main cave contains the remains

of a brick temple that dates back to the Funan Kingdom in the 7th Century. Next visit a local Pepper Farm: pepper has been cultivated in Cambodia for more than a millennium. (B) Veranda Natural Resort (2 nights) Day 3: Kep Early this morning, embark on a short boat trip (25 mins) to scenic Koh Tonsay, also called Rabbit Island. Spend the morning at leisure exploring the island and relaxing on the island’s beautiful tropical beach. Enjoy a BBQ lunch on the island. Around midafternoon, return to Kep and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure. (BL) Day 4: Kep – Phnom Penh Enjoy the morning free at leisure to explore Kampot before transferring with your guide to Phnom Penh (around a 3-hour drive). If time permits, stop to visit Kampong Trach. (B)


• Spend time with Elephants in their natural environment at the Elephant Valley Project • Experience hill tribe village life and culture • Take a boat trip to search for the rare River Dolphins



£999 per person


PRICES INCLUDE • 4 nights’ accommodation in named hotels or similar • Meals as specified: 4 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 dinners • Services of local English-speaking guides • Group tour to Elephant Valley Project • Boat trip to see dolphin at Prek Kampi in Kratie • Local ferry fees and all entrance fee to sites as mentioned in the program DEPARTURES Daily (Amended itinerary Fri & Sat departures) TOUR STYLE: Independent GROUP SIZE: 2+ PHYSICAL DEMAND: ACCOMMODATION LEVEL: 2 - 3 stars

5 day Elephant & Dolphin Adventure Phnom Penh • Mondulkiri • Kratie

Day 1: Phnom Penh - Mondulkiri Depart for Mondulkiri via Kampong Cham. Stop at Skuon Village then visit Wat Nokor, an 11th Century Mahayana Buddhist shrine with a large reclining Buddha and numerous alcoves containing Buddha images. (LD) Mayura Hill Resort (3 nights) Day 2: Mondulkiri Join a full-day tour to the the Elephant Valley Project. Hike into the Cambodian jungle and shadow 2 elephant families. Learn about the elephants, local people, forest and conservation; a unique responsible tourism experience. (BLD) Day 3: Mondulkiri Depart to Busra waterfall, one of the largest in Cambodia. Continue past Rice Fields, have picnic lunch

on the way to Pnong Village. Immerse yourself in the culture and traditional hill tribe life style. (BLD) Day 4: Mondulkiri - Kratie Travel to Kratie. After lunch at a local restaurant follow the Mekong River to a small town called Kampi, one of the best places along the Mekong to see the rare and elusive River Dolphin. That night, stay in a charming accommodation, located on a small river island. (BL) Rajabori Villas Day 5: Kratie – Phnom Penh Explore the island by bicycle or horse cart or cross the river to Kratie for a city tour of colonial buildings and colorful market. Later visit Wat Roka Kandal, the oldest preserved pagoda in Cambodia. Transfer back to Phnom Penh. (B)

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