VERY SPECIAL TOURS
This kind of trips is focus on people who want to live an authentic Cambodian experience. We combine walking for everybody, soft and hard trekkings, rides by traditional boats, exploring flooded areas and, of course, temples completely hidden by dense vegetation with the same aspect like Henri Mouhot, the person who discovered Angkor temples, found them two centuries ago.
But for a lot of people, the major attractive of these circuits is the possibility to life a Cambodian experience with local people. These trips can be a little bit more exhausted than the traditional ones but we are sure that they are worth it.
We offer a list of optional visits which you can book and also take a look in our webpage "Our circuits - Optional visits".
 
CIRCUIT DURATION CODE
Siem Reap & Hiking at Angkor Temples 4d/3n ESPSPE-01
Trekking and cycling at The Angkor Temples 7d/6n ESPSPE-03
Forgotten Temples, Colonial pass time and Natural Reserve 14d/13n ESPSPE-04
Downstream trip at the Mekong Valley, Sambor Prei Kuk & Angkor Temples 7d/6n ESPSPE-07
Cambodia Nature and People 14d/13n ESPSPE-08
From Angkor to paradise 14d/13n ESPSPE-08
Special luxury honeymoon 4d/3n ESPSPE-08
 
 
CODE ESPSPE-01
SIEM REAP AND HIKINGAT ANGKOR TEMPLES(4d/3N)
 
Day 1. Siem Reap (Angkor).
Arrival and transfer to hotel. The rest of the day is free at your discretion. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 2. Siem Reap (Angkor).(Walking in Angkor Thom)
In the morning we set out for the Victory Gate at Angkor Thom. We explore and hike until we reach the “Gate of The Dead”, the Elephant Terrace, and Baphuon where take some time for lunch. In the afternoon we continue our trek, crossing the East Gate to a local village. We have a short visit here and then head along a track that leads us onto the wall of the temple called “The Corner Temple”, from where we enjoy a beautiful sunset. Afterwards we walk a little bit longer to reach the South Gate, where our transport is waiting to take us back to Siem Reap.
 
Day 3. Siem Reap (Angkor).
Free day. Accommodation..
 
Day 4. Siem Reap (Angkor).
Free time until you transfer to the airport.
 
 
 
 
CODE ESPSPE-03
TREKKING AND CYCLING AT THE ANGKOR TEMPLES (7d/6n)
 
Day 1. Siem Reap (Angkor).
Arrival and transfer to hotel. The rest of the day is free at your discretion. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 2. Siem Reap (Angkor) - Phnom Kulen - Sra Damrei - Siem Reap (3 h. walking).
We transfer overland to Phnom Kulen National Park, the holiest mountain in Cambodia. Then we drive up to the top to visit some waterfalls and a monastery with a reclining Buddha carved at the summit. Afterwards we drive out to Phum Thmei village where we leave our vehicle behind. We continue on to visit Preah Kral Pagoda on foot (around 3 Km). Two more hours hiking leads us to the entrance of Prasat Rong Chen, the first mountain-temple built in the Angkor area and where we can still see several life-size animals carved on the rock, the highlight being a 4 m long by 3 m high elephant. After a picnic lunch we return to Phum Thmei to re-join our vehicle and head back to Siem Reap town. If we have time we stop at Phnom Kulen for a refreshing swim. Accommodation.
 
Day 3. Siem Reap (Angkor). (Walking in Angkor Thom)
In the morning we set out for the Victory Gate at Angkor Thom. We explore and hike until we reach the “Gate of The Dead”, the Elephant Terrace, and Baphuon where take some time for lunch. In the afternoon we continue our trek, crossing the East Gate to a local village. We have a short visit here and then head along a track that leads us onto the wall of the temple called “The Corner Temple”, from where we enjoy a beautiful sunset. Afterwards we walk a little bit longer to reach the South Gate, where our transport is waiting to take us back to Siem Reap.
 
Day 4. Siem Reap (Angkor) (entire day to be spent cycling).
Today we cycle out to Preah Khan Temple. After visiting this unique temple we ride our bicycles along ancient tracks to Ta Nei Temple. We explore here and then continue on to Ta Keo and Ta Prohm temples, both of which are completely overgrown. Next we have a break for lunch. We return to Siem Reap town making a few brief stops at Pre Rup and Banteay Kdei before returning to our hotel. Accommodation.
 
Day 5. Siem Reap (Angkor) (4-5 h. walking).
In the morning we head out to Angkor Wat Temple for an extended exploration, breaking for lunch. In the afternoon we continue our trip with a visit to Banteay Samre and a hike around the West Baray, a vast, man-made reservoir, until reaching Sra Srang reservoir to watch the setting sun, before heading back to the hotel. Accommodation
 
Day 6. Siem Reap (Angkor). Kampong Pluk
We start the day by driving out to Roluos group of temples, where we take a boat trip to Kampong Phluk floating village. On arrival we pay a visit to the local pagoda. Then we hop aboard a small boat to explore the village and the floating forest. We head back to the pagoda for a further short visit around this area before returning to Siem Reap Town. You have a free afternoon to explore or relax on your own. Accommodation.
 
Day 7. Siem Reap (Angkor).
Free time until you transfer to the airport.
 
 
 
 
CODE ESPSPE-04
FORGOTTEN TEMPLES, PAST COLONIAL AND NATURAL RESERVE (14d/13n))
 
Day 1. Siem Reap (Angkor).
Arrival and transfer to hotel. The rest of the day is free at your discretion. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 2. Siem Reap (Angkor) - Phnom Kulen - Sra Damrei - Siem Reap (3-4 h. walking)
We transfer overland to Phnom Kulen National Park, the holiest mountain in Cambodia. Then we drive up to the top to visit some waterfalls and a monastery with a reclining Buddha carved at the summit. Afterwards we drive out to Phum Thmei village where we leave our vehicle behind. We continue on to visit Preah Kral Pagoda on foot (around 3 Km). Two more hours hiking leads us to the entrance of Prasat Rong Chen, the first mountain-temple built in the Angkor area and where we can still see several life-size animals carved on the rock, the highlight being a 4 m long by 3 m high elephant.After a picnic lunch we return to Phum Thmei to re-join our vehicle and head back to Siem Reap town. If we have time we stop at Phnom Kulen for a refreshing swim. Accommodation.
 
Day 3. Siem Reap (Angkor) (entire day to be spent cycling).
In the morning we visit the jewel in the crown of the area, Angkor Wat, continuing on to Preah Khan Temple. Here we start our cycle ride that will lead us to the Ta Nei, Pre Rup and Banteay Kdei temples. We take a break for lunch before returning to Siem Reap town by car. Accommodation.
 
Day 4. Siem Reap (Angkor). (Walking in Angkor Thom)
In the morning we set out for the Victory Gate at Angkor Thom. We explore and hike until we reach the “Gate of The Dead”, the Elephant Terrace, and Baphuon where take some time for lunch. In the afternoon we continue our trek, crossing the East Gate to a local village. We have a short visit here and then head along a track that leads us onto the wall of the temple called “The Corner Temple”, from where we enjoy a beautiful sunset. Afterwards we walk a little bit longer to reach the South Gate, where our transport is waiting to take us back to Siem Reap.
 
Day 5. Siem Reap - Kbal Spean - Banteay Srei - Tonle Sap - Siem Reap
In the morning we drive to Kbal Spean, also known as The River of Thousand Lingas. To reach it we have to walk uphill for about 30-45 minutes. Afterwards we continue on to Banteay Srei and Banteay Samré temples. We take a break for lunch and in the afternoon we head out to the pier at Phnom Krom, where we start a relaxing boat trip through the floating village of Chong Kneas before heading back to town. Overnight in Siem Reap.
 
Day 6. Siem Reap (Angkor)
Today we transfer overland for about 80 Km to visit Beng Mealea temple, completely overgrown and still unrestored. We then continue on to Koh Ker Complex where there used to be more than 100 temples, whose ruins are currently overgrown. During our exploration we visit the 40 metre, 7 stories high, Great Pyramid, (also known as Prasat Thom or Prasat Kompong) and Prasat Krahom, “The Red Temple”. We have a break for a picnic lunch. Finally we end the day by visiting some of the best-preserved buildings as well as a local village before returning to Siem Reap Town. Accommodation.
 
Day 7. Siem Reap - Battambang (Banteay Chhmmar Temples)
In the morning we drive out to the Banteay Chhmar Temples via Sisophon, located some 160 Km North East in a very remote area of Cambodia. After a bit of exploration we take a break for a picnic lunch. In the afternoon, we visit Banteay Top and Ta Prohm of Chhmar Temples, and then we continue on to Battambang. Arrival at the hotel. Accommodation.
 
Day 8. Battambang
Free day. Accommodation.
 
Day 9. Battambang - Udong - Phnom Penh
In the morning we drive to Phnom Penh visiting the ancient hills of Udong en route before arriving at the hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to relax or explore on your own. Accommodation..
 
Day 10. Phnom Penh.
Free day. Accommodation.
 
Day 11. Phnom Penh –Kep.
In the morning transfer by road to the coastal town of Kep. Arrival at the hotel. The rest of the day is free at your discretion. Accommodation.
 
Day 12. Kep
In the morning we take a boat trip to the Paradise island of Koh Tonsai where you will have some free time to enjoy the beach or hike around the island. In the afternoon we return to Kep. Accommodation.
 
Day 13. Kep – Phnom Penh
Free morning. Early afternoon we drive out to Phnom Penh. Arrival at the hotel. Accommodation..
 
Day 14. Phnom Penh.
Free time until you transfer to the airport.t.
 
 
 
 
CODE ESPSPE-07
DOWNSTREAM TRIP AT THE MEKONG VALLEY, SAMBOR PREI KUK & ANGKOR TEMPLES (7d/6n))
From the Laos border to Siem Reap (Angkor)
 
Day 1. Dom Krolor - Stung Treng - Kroche.
In the morning we leave Laos and enter Cambodia at the Dom Krolor border control point. As soon as we enter Cambodia we meet our guide around 9 AM and then we drive out to Steung Treng where we rest for a short while before carrying on to Kratie (Kroche) and check in at our hotel. Mid afternoon we head out at first by road and later by boat to spot the endangered Irrawaddy fresh water dolphins in a stunning spot where the Mekong River widens to more than 7 Km, forming many small islands. When we get back to the pier we will enjoy a wonderful sunset from our high vantage point before returning to the hotel. Accommodation.
 
Day 2. Kroche - Kampong Cham - Phnom Penh.
In the morning, we transfer by road to Phnom Penh including a stop at The Wat Nokor temple in Kampong Cham breaking for lunch en route before arriving at the hotel. Accommodation..
 
Day 3. Phnom Penh.
Free day. Accommodation.
 
Day 4. Phnom Penh - Kampong Thom - Sambor Prei Kuk - Siem Reap.
In the morning, we drive out to Kampong Thom after which we visit the pre-Angkorian complex of Sambor Prei Kuk where we take a break for lunch. In the afternoon we continue on to Siem Reap. Arrival at the hotel. Accommodation.
 
Day 5. Siem Reap (Angkor).
Free day. Accommodation.
 
Day 6. Siem Reap (Angkor).
Free day. Accommodation.
 
Day 7. Siem Reap (Angkor).
Free time until you transfer to the airport.
 
 
 
 
CODE ESPSPE-08
SIEM REAP & HIKING AT ANGKOR TEMPLES (4d/3n))
 
Day 1. Phnom Penh
On arrival at Phnom Penh, you will be transferred to your hotel. After lunch we set out to the Central Market and, when the sun sets, take a boat trip at a place known as “The Four Arms”, on the River Mekong, where the Tonle Sap Lake and the Tonle Bassac Rivers converge.
 
Day 2. Phnom Penh – Koh Dak Island
In the morning we set out to visit The Royal Palace,The Silver Pagoda and The National Museum. After lunch you will be transfered by car and later on by ferry to visit Koh Dak Island (Silk Island). After visiting the island as well as its famous work shops we hop on a traditional ox cart for a ride. Dinner and accommodation in a homestay.
 
Day 3. Kroche (via Stung Trong – Chlong) – Koh Trong Island (Community Center)
We transfer overland to Kroche. On our way we stop to visit Wat Hanchei Temple in Kampong Cham Province. Then we cross the Mekong River by ferry. Once we reach the other side we continue our trip to Kroche with one stop en route to visit an interesting muslim village called Krochemar. After lunch in town we continue with a boat ride across the Mekong River to reach Koh Trong Island right in the middle of the Mekong River where we will have an overnight stay. Next we hop on a horse cart to begin a leisurely, guided tour around the island, en route passing the local crops grown by the locals, a small floating settlement and many traditional houses. In the evening we enjoy a delicious dinner hosted by a friendly, local family. Dinner and accommodation in a homestay.
Note. Due to the annual flooding of the Mekong River and / or road conditions, the route to go to Kroche may vary in order to ensure the safety of the journey. So in such a case it would not be possible to visit Wat Hanchei and the Muslim village.
 
Day 4. Koh Trong Island (Community Center) – Banlung (Ratanakiri)
In the morning we take a stroll to a nearby, small pagoda where we offer some presents to the resident in return for a water blessing. This will make sure we have a safe and sound trip. If time permits we will check out a tree nursery as well as a few other local landmarks. Next we cross the Mekong toward the mainland to continue our trip to Kampi, where the freshwater dolphins can be seen. Later we drive Banlung, the capital of Ratanakiri Province. Overnight in Banlung hotel..
 
Day 5. Banlung (Ratanakiri).
We depart overland toward Laos to visit Taveng Village. First we drive through the volcanic landscape of Veyrum Plang, a lava field in the middle of a forest where a small waterfall is located (only visible during the rainy season), and what it is known among the locals as “The Tiger Cave”. Heading North to Taveng we drive through different kinds of landscape: Jungle, bamboo forest, and several types of bush.
On our way we stop in some beautiful villages located far away from the forest, home to the Kroeung Minority. This minority has the distinction of building small huts tied to a long bamboo stems. These huts are used as a temporary house by the daughter as they approach marriage age. During that period, she occupies the hut alone, in order to welcome those suitors wishing to marry her. Once the marriage is consumated, the little hut is destroyed. We have lunch by a small waterfall or somewhere en route to continue visiting other villages. Finally we head out to visit Yeak Lom Volcanic Lake (6 Km from Banlung) on our way to the hotel. This is a magnificent place surounded by a lush tropical forest. Once there we can swim or take a short trek around the Lake. We head home for dinner later. Overnight in Banlung hotel.
 
Day 6. Banlung (Ratanakiri).
We depart in an easterly direction, driving through a bamboo forest on our way to Voeune Saï (35 Km), located in the left side of The Sé San River. We stop several times en route to visit rubber plantations, rice fields and village
s. After leaving our car behind we catch a ferry to cross the river. The landscape at the other side is quite beautiful. Beside this place we find a chinese settlement deep in cambodian territory, where some villagers do not even speak the Khmer language. Here we stop to enjoy our picnic lunch.
Afterwards we drive out along the Sé San River to Kachon village, where we hop on to a local boat. Upstream there are quite a few Kachak villages whose inhabitants celebrate funerals with wooden sculptures which represent a snapshot of thr deceased’s lifetime. After visiting the tótems, we return to the boat to start the trip back to pick up our car, and afterwards drive out to several waterfalls (10-12 klms). Teuk Cha Ong is the most impresive one among them, located next to O´Katchagn and O´Katieng. Back to the hotel. Dinner and overnight in Banlung hotel.

VERY IMPORTANT NOTE:
The organizing agency reserves the right to alter or change the itinerary of either the classic or the trekking activity due to worsening operating conditions such as road or trail conditions, floods, rivers low water level, villages relocated or any other factor which could force such a measure. In this case the agency will always try to find an alternative as similar as possible to the original one.

 
Day 7. Banlung (Ratanakiri – Stung Treng - Sraem (Preah Vihear temple)
In the morning we we drive out to Sraem town via Stung Treng. We check in and have some free time till lunch. In the afternoon we set out to visit the spectacular Temple of Preah Vihear, which, it is said has the best views of all the Angkor Temples looking over Thailand. Return to the hotel. Overnight in Sraem hotel.
 
Day 8. Sraem – Koh Ker Temples Complex – Beng Mealea
After breakfast we drive out to explore the Koh Ker Complex, stopping for a picnic lunch. In the afternoon we continue on to The Beng Melea Temple. Dinner and accommodation in a homestay.
 
Day 9. Beng Mealea – Siem Reap
In the morning we visit The Beng Mealea Temple and continue our drive to Siem Reap where we can check in at out hotel . Lunch. In the afternoon we head for The Angkor Complex to visit Angkor Thom, The Bayon, The Baphuon, Phimeanakas, The Elephant Terrace and The Leper King Terrace. Return to the hotel. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 10. Siem Reap.
In the morning we transfer for about 37 Km to visit Banteay Srei, the ‘women’s temple’ which has many of the best sculptures and carving examples of Khmer art. Later we return to town after visiting Banteay Samre Temple en route. Lunch. In the afternoon we continue with a visit to the temples of Prasat Kravan, Angkor Wat and Pre Rup, where we enjoy the sunset before returning to Siem Reap Town. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 11. Siem Reap – Phum Tmei (Phnom Kulen - trekking)
We transfer overland to Phnom Kulen National Park, the holiest mountain in Cambodia. Then we drive up to the top to visit both the waterfalls and a monastery, with a reclining Buddha carved at the summit. Afterwards we drive out to Phum Thmei village where we leave our vehicle behind. We continue on to visit Preah Kral Pagoda on foot (around 3 Km). Two more hours hiking leads us to the entrance of Prasat Rong Chen, the first mountain-temple built in the Angkor area and where we can still see several life-size animals carved on the rock, the highlight being a 4 m long by 3 m high elephant. After a picnic lunch we return to Phum Thmei. Dinner and accommodation in a homestay.
 
Day 12. Phum Tmei – Siem Reap .
In the morning we stop at the greatest waterfall in Phnom Kulen for a refreshing swim. The we drive to Kbal Spean, also known as The River of Thousand Lingas. To reach it we have to walk uphill for about 30-45 minutes.After lunch we visit the temple of East Mebon before heading back Siem Reap Town. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 13 Siem Reap (Angkor) (Full day cycling)
Today we transfer to Preah Khan Temple. After visiting this unique temple we ride our bicycles along ancient tracks to Ta Keo and Ta Prohm temples, both of which are completely overgrown. Next we have a break for lunch at the sacred pond of Sra Srang. Afterwards we continue our ride to Phnom Bok hill. Once there we hop off our bicycles to climb on foot to the top, where we enjoy a stunning view over the plain. Then we return to our bicycles to continue our ride until Ron Ta Ek village where our transport will be waiting to take us back to the hotel. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 14. Siem Reap.
In the morning we head out to the pier at Phnom Krom, where we start a relaxing boat trip through the floating village of Chong Kneas . Then it’s back to town to visit The Artisans D´Angkor NGO and workshops. Free time until being transferred to the airport for outbound flight.
 
 
 
 
CODE ESPSPE-09
FROM ANGKOR TO PARADISE (14d/13n)
 
Day 1. Siem Reap (Angkor).
Arrival and transfer to hotel. The rest of the day is free at your discretion. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 2. Siem Reap (Angkor)
In the morning we visit Ta Prohm Temple, Takeo and Ta Nei. Free time for lunch. In the afternoon we depart for The Angkor Complex to visit Angkor Thom, The Bayon, The Baphuon, Phimeanakas, The Elephant Terrace and The Leper King Terrace. Afterwards we transfer back to the hotel. Overnigh in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 3. Siem Reap (Angkor)
In the morning we drive 37 Km to Banteay Srei Temple. We continue with a visit to Banteay Samre Temple on our way back to the Angkor Park area. We have some free time for lunch. In the afternoon we visit Prasat Kravan, Angkor Wat and Pre Rup temple where we will enjoy a beautiful sunset after which we return to the hotel. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 4. Siem Reap – Beng Mealea- Koh Ker- Sraem.
In the morning we drive 37 Km to Banteay Srei Temple. We continue with a visit to Banteay Samre Temple on our way back to the Angkor Park area. We have some free time for lunch. In the afternoon we visit Prasat Kravan, Angkor Wat and Pre Rup temple where we will enjoy a beautiful sunset after which we return to the hotel. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 5. Sraem - Kroche.
In the morning we visit the stunning Preah Vihear temple. It is said that it has the best views of all the Khmer Temples, looking across to Thailand. In the afternoon, we transfer back to Kroche to check in to our hotel. Overnight in Kroche hotel.
 
Day 6. Kroche – Isla de Koh Trong (Community Center)..
In the morning we drive out for about 15 minutes to Kampi, where the freshwater dolphins can sometimes be seen. We continue with a boat ride across the Mekong River to reach Koh Trong Island right in the middle of the Mekong River where we stop to explore. Once there we hop on a horse cart to begin a leisurely guided tour around the island. En route we see various local crop production, a small floating settlement and many traditional houses. In the evening we take a walk to a local house to enjoy a delicious traditional dinner along with our host family. After dinner we head back to the hotel on Kph Trong. Overnight in Koh Trong hotel.
 
Day 7. Isla de Koh Trong (Community Center) – Kroche- Kompong Cham – Phnom Penh
In the morning we take a stroll to a small, nearby pagoda to offer some presents to the resident monks in return for a water blessing to give us good fortune and a safe trip. If time permits we check out a tree nursery and a few other local landmarks. Next we cross the Mekong toward the mainland to continue our trip to Phnom Penh via Kompong Cham. We have some free time for lunch. In the afternoon we transfer to Phnom Penh and check in to our hotel on arrival in the ity. At sunset we take a boat in a place known as “The Four Arms”, where the Mekong, Tonle Sap and Tonle Bassat rivers come together. Overnight in Phnom Penh hotel.
 
Day 8. Phnom Penh.
Today we have a tour of the most important landmarks in the city. In the morning we visit the Royal Palace and The Silver Pagoda. After lunch we visit Tuol Sleng, The Genocide Museum and the Russian and the Central Markets. Then we head back to the hotel. Overnight in Phnom Penh.
 
Day 9. Phnom Penh – Sihanoukville o Kep.
In the morning we drive out to the coastal town of Sihanoukville, which will take around 3.5 hours. We check in to our hotel on arrival. The rest of the day free at your leisure. Overnight in Sihanoukville hotel.
 
Day 10. Sihanoukville – Isla de Koh Rong Samluen.
In the morning we take a boat to the island of Koh Rong Samloen. After checking on to our beach bungalow, we begin a half-day hiking. We start by crossing the island from Saracen Bay to Lazy beach, through a well-preserved forest. We have lunch at Lazy Beach Resort. Then we continue our path uphill to a lighthouse where you can admire the views over the beach. Soon we head back to Saracen Bay where our guide will take us back to the hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to relax or explore.
 
Day 11. Koh Rong Samluen o Kep.
Free day for you to relax or explore the beaches and the island.
 
Day 12. Koh Rong Samluen o Kep.
Free day for you to relax or explore the beaches and the island.
 
Day 13. Koh Rong Samluen – Sihanoukville – Phnom Penh o Kep – Phnom Penh.
We depart to Sihanoukville harbour and transfer overland back to Phnom Penh. We check in to our hotel for an overnight stay in Phnom Penh.
 
Day 14. Phnom Penh.
We have some free time until we transfer to the airport for our onward departure.
 
 
 
 
 
 
CODE ESPSPE-10
SPECIAL LUXURY HONEYMOON (4d/3n)
 
Day 1. Siem Reap (Angkor).
On arrival at Siem Reap Airport, an immigration police officer that cooperates with us will welcome and assist our VIP-EXPRESS VISA clients. He will be standing by the entrance of the international terminal some metres away from the airplane holding a welcome signboard with the client´s or agency’s names on it.
Once identified, the clients will hand their passports to the police officer, along with the three duly completed forms which will have been given to them on the plane (visa application form, "entry-exit" form and Customs from) and one passport size photograph. The client has no need to pay anything or give money.
The same immigration officer will escort you straight away to collect your luggage from the baggage hall without need to queue or pass through Passport Control. While you wait on your luggage the officer will prepare all the immigration formalities and paperwork for the client, which includes visa application and stamps. Once the clients have picked up their belongings, they will be given their duly completed passports and will be accompanied to the exit to meet their tour guide and their VIP transport.
Before heading off there will be a warm welcome performed by a beautiful Apsara dancer wearing the traditional costume, who will hand out a bouquet of flowers to clients. Then we transfer the clients to the hotel for check in and lunch.
Afterwards, if time permits, we will drive to the centre of The Angkor Archeological Park for the honeymooners to receive blessings from the venerable Buddhist monks in an ancient pagoda (this is only available until 16:30) after which we head back to the hotel. Finally, at the appointed time we transfer to a fine-dining restaurant located in the French Quarter to enjoy a romantic and wonderful dinner. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 2. Siem Reap (Angkor)
In the morning we head out to visit the most important and stunning Angkor temples. We start our tour from The South Gate to the heart of Angkor Thom citadel. We visit hand in hand with our tour guide the magnificent Bayon temple with its dozens of enigmatic smiling faces, The Baphuon and The Pimeanakas temple to name a few.
Next we continue our journey and head to the mysterious jungle temple of Ta Prohm, popularized after being featured in the Tomb Raider movie starring Angelina Jolie. Optionally, once we have completed the temple visit, we will arrange a professional photo shoot with the bride and groom dressed in traditional Cambodian wedding costumes, and posing in different locations in and around this amazing temple. You will leave with a pretty unique set of wedding memories of your trip around the temples. Next we return to the hotel for lunch. The afternoon is free at your leisure, although both the guide and your transport will be standing by and available to be used at any time by the clients. At the appointed time, we transfer to a charming little restaurant by the Siem Reap River to enjoy a tasty dinner. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 3. Siem Reap (Angkor)
In the morning you will have free time to relax or you can opt to take part in one of our exciting activities. Time issues suggest the best choices would be either a helicopter flight or a pampering scrub and massage session. As usual our guide and vehicle will be available to you in the event you decide to venture out somewhere from your hotel. Lunch will be served at the hotel. In the afternoon we head out again toward the Angkor temples to visit the jewel in the crown, the temple of Angkor Wat, the largest religious building ever built. It is truly unique and displays examples of outstanding carvings and art – it is an amazing piece of ancient architecture.
At sunset you have the option of a wonderful royal gondola boat trip along the Angkor Thom moat to the Temple of the Corner. Here you will enjoy cold champagne and canapés while enjoying the sunset before heading back to the hotel. At the appointed time we will move to an elegant restaurant to enjoy dinner. Overnight in Siem Reap hotel.
 
Day 4. Siem Reap (Angkor).
In the morning you have free time at your leisure or you can opt to join one of our exciting activities. Again, your guide and vehicle will be available to you in the event you decide to explore somewhere farther afield. At the appointed time we transfer to the airport for the outbound flight.
 
 
BEACH EXTENSION
 
Day 4. Siem Reap – Sihanoukville.
At the required time you will be transferred to Siem Reap airport to take a domestic flight to the coastal town of Sihanoukville. On arrival our private vehicle will be waiting to take you to your beach resort where you will check in to your hotel. The rest of the day is free at your leisure. Overnight in Sihanoukville hotel.
 
Day 5. Sihanoukville
After breakfast these 2 days are free to relax at the resort, enjoy the beach or take one of the day trips to the nearby islands, some of which will make the postcard beach images a reality. Overnight in Sihanoukville hotel.
 
Day 6. Sihanoukville – Phnom Penh.
The morning is free and early in the afternoon we will drive out to Phnom Penh, which will take around 3.5 hours. Check in on arrival. Overnight in Phnom Penh hotel.
 
Day 7. Phnom Penh.
You will have a free day until the appointed time for transfer to the airport to catch your outbound flight.
 
 
 
 
 
 
OPTIONAL SERVICES / ACTIVITIES
Professional photo shoot session in Angkor Temples with traditional Cambodian wedding costumes including memory album.
Royal gondola trip at sunset with champagne and canapés.
Helicopter flight over Angkor (20 minutes)
Massage session with hot stones and scrub (2.5 hours).
 
 
SERVICE INCLUDES (SPECIAL LUXURY HONEYMOON ONLY)
Visado express (si se ha optado por esta opción)
Cambodian Visa Express Service.
All hotel/airport/bus station transfers with VIP private air-conditioned transport (Toyota Lexus RX 330) and tour guide.
All the sightseeing and excursions mentioned in the itinerary with VIP private air-conditioned transport (Toyota Lexus RX 330) plus tour guide.
Tour guide and vehicle standing by and available for clients from 08:00 to 21:00 hours.
Lunches and dinners as per itinerary.
Entrance fees to tourist sights and landmarks.
Accommodation in hotel on a shared room basis, with breakfast.
Local English speaking guide (other languages available on request and subject to an extra charge supplement).
 
SERVICE EXCLUDES (SPECIAL LUXURY HONEYMOON ONLY)
Visado de entrada a Camboya (excepto si se ha optado por la opción de visado express).
International and domestic airport tax.
Long haul and domestic flight tickets.
Optional services / activities (quoted separately).
Travel insurance (compulsory).
In general any other service not clearly mentioned in the section “Service includes”
 
 
SERVICE INCLUDES (GENERAL)
Servicio de Visado Express
Visa Express (if this option has been chosen on your confirmation).
Bicycle when necessary according to the itinerary.
All hotel/airport/bus station transfers with private air-conditioned transport (driver only).
All the transfers between cities with private air-conditioned vehicle.
All the bus tickets as required for the above itineraries.
All the sightseeing and excursions mentioned in the itinerary with private air-conditioned transport plus tour guide.
Picnic lunches as per itinerary.
Accommodation in hotel on a shared room basis, with breakfast according to the category chosen.
Local English speaking guide (Other languages available on request and subject to an extra charge supplement)
 
SERVICE EXCLUDES (GENERAL)
Cambodian visa (except if you have chosen Visa Express option).
International and domestic airport tax.
Long haul and domestic flight tickets.
Entrance fees to touristic sights and landmarks.
Meals not clearly mentioned in the itinerary description or in the section “Service includes”
Travel insurance (compulsory).
In general any other service not clearly mentioned in the section “Service includes”
 
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