5 Days & 5 Nights
• Admire the spectacular waterfall of Kbal Chhay
• Enjoy the fresh sea food and relax on some beautiful beaches
Day 1: Phnom Penh – Sihnaoukville
We head south to Sihanoukville; where along the way we make a stop in Kampong Speu at an old Pagoda where we can stretch our legs and for those who want feed bananas to the monkeys that live in the woods around the pagoda. The rest of the day is free at leisure.
Day 2: Ream National Park (B, L)
We depart for the Ream National park and take a short trek and boat tour through the Mangrove forest. The park includes beaches, mangrove swamps, tropical forests, and many different animal and bird species including monkeys, eagles, and porpoises. During December to February, you may also see the freshwater white dolphin. We enjoy a picnic lunch along the way and in the late afternoon we head back to Sihanoukville.
Day 3: Kampot (B, L)
We start with a visit to the multi-tiered 14 metre high Kbal Chhay waterfall located 16 km north of Sihanoukville. Before heading to the river side town Kampot and strolling around this relaxing colonial town admiring what is left of the French colonial architecture, with the beautiful backdrop of the Bokor mountain range. After lunch we are taken by boat up the Kampong Bai River towards Tuek Chhou and the Dangrei Mountains. We finish the day by learning some fishing techniques from the local fishermen before catching the sunset on the way back to Kampot.
Day 4: Kep & Rabbit Island (B, L)
We start the day with a visit the famous Kampot Pepper Plantations before arriving at the small fishing village of Kep, a true retreat for travellers. We take a short boat ride to Rabbit Island were we can swim, snorkel or just relax on the wonderful beach. After lunch we take the boat back to Kep for a nice 3 hour trek to surrounding hills overlooking the Gulf of Thailand, were we enjoy sunset before heading back to town.
Day 5: Takeo and Tonle Bati – Phnom Penh (B, L)
Today we will head for Takeo where we will take a private boat through the canals to the hill and artificial caves at Phnom Da. After lunch we depart for Tonle Bati and visit the 12th century temple of Ta Prohm, before heading back to Phnom Penh.
Overnights as mentioned (twin-double shared room)
English speaking Tour Leader
English speaking Local guide on day 2, 3 and 4
Transportation (private vehicle with driver)
Meals as mentioned (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch & D-Dinner – excludes drinks)
Drinking water and fruits (daily
Beverages & Personal Expenditure
Other excursions and entrance fees
Travel insurance (cover against all cancellation costs, medical expenses, including repatriation, in the event of accident of illness)