Cambodia vacations, including Angkor

US $1410ToUS $1460excluding flights
10 Days
Small group
Group size
Maximum 12
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Includes all transport, activities, entrance fees, accomm.
(boutique-style 3*) & meals; Bx9, Lx4, Dx5.
(Visas & local tips not included.) Optional single room supplement $350.
(Fully licensed & UK govt.
ATOL protected.)
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Description of Cambodia vacations, including Angkor

Price information

US $1410ToUS $1460excluding flights
Includes all transport, activities, entrance fees, accomm.
(boutique-style 3*) & meals; Bx9, Lx4, Dx5.
(Visas & local tips not included.) Optional single room supplement $350.
(Fully licensed & UK govt.
ATOL protected.)
Make enquiry

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Cambodia small group
For the time pressed but travel hungry; for the amateur photographer or passionate foodie; for solo travelers, sociable travelers, seriously curious...
Angkor Wat
The entire Angkor archeological park is vast, in fact 160sq km vast, and if you're thinking of tackling it all in a day then you're probably missing t...


9 Reviews of Cambodia vacations, including Angkor

4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 09 Mar 2023 by

Very good. The hotels were all good with amazing swimming pools . Many meals are included and varied in style. The balance of touring the Angkor temples was excellent with early starts and then time to recover before an afternoon visit, the guide was very good at ensuring we were at the correct place to make most use of the best light. Read full review

Reviewed on 09 Dec 2022 by

Very enjoyable. Read full review

Reviewed on 04 Mar 2020 by

It was an interesting trip. Excellent local guides Read full review

Reviewed on 28 Oct 2018 by

The entire trip was unforgettable. The openness and friendliness of the Cambodian people was heart warming and this was evident in every exchange...I would rate the vacation as superb. Read full review

Reviewed on 05 May 2018 by

The whole immersion in another culture was educational and we loved it all. A thoroughly wonderful vacation though we were lucky to be the only three on the trip which gave us comfortable journeys. Read full review

Reviewed on 05 Jan 2018 by

The S-21 site in Phnomh Penh, all the temples at Siem Reap and the boat journey between Siem Reap and Battambang. Read full review

Reviewed on 08 Dec 2016 by

Because we were a small group, we were able to change the itinerary and instead of visiting one of the main temples, we went 'off the beaten track' and travelled to a temple way out of Siem Reap without any tourists there. It really felt like we made our own discovery! Read full review

Reviewed on 14 Mar 2015 by

Tourism is an important employer in Cambodia so our staying in small hotels and using local guides, river boats, the bamboo train etc were all supportive. Read full review

Reviewed on 26 Jan 2014 by

Fantastic window into cambodia. we needed a few days on a thai beach to assimilate it all. Read full review

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


Overall, the intention with this, as with all our tours, is to offer an ethical, responsible vacation which respects the places and people we visit. We combine the well-known tourist sites with off-the-beaten-track ones thus diverting tourist revenue and contact into areas not usually benefiting from this income, and at the same time, providing a more authentic view of the region visited.
On our Cambodia Overland tour this includes rarely visited destinations such as Prek Toal floating village, Pursat and Kompong Chhnang.

We deliberates limit groups to a maximum of 12 persons as we aim to reduce the impact on both local communities and the environment whilst allowing for greater genuine interaction with said communities. This also results in a higher guide/customer ratio thus offering a greater facility for individual attention and allows us to use smaller hotels and restaurants and employ the services of more genuinely ‘local’ operators on a personal and friendly basis rather than dealing with establishments primarily equipped for larger tourist groups. We prefer to eat, drink and shop where the locals do and to use local cafes plus street and market stalls.

Equally, Hotels chosen are small and independently owned with proven responsible travel credentials and all - fully-licensed - guides and drivers are locally employed.

Portions of entrance fees to the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, Tuol Sleng Museum, Prasart Kuhanokor, the Angkor Archeological Park, Prasart Ek Phnom (Battambang) and Beng Melea Temple are used for both restoration and conservation purposes as well as for salaries for the numerous local people employed at such sites. All sites are important sources of income and employment for the local communities.

We also hope that visits to ‘off the radar’, unregulated temple and historical sites will increase residents’ awareness and encourage conservation.

As a small company our support projects are localised and targeted and tend to react to local needs, currently our focused aid schemes projects in both northern Thailand and Myanmar’s Shan State.
On a micro-level we support and assist the the Saray Community Eco-tourism scheme in Prek Toal Village.


It is important to us to ensure that we support local communities by giving back. All hotels and several of the restaurants used on this tour participate in educational and training projects for underprivileged youths.

Every group will visit the Saray Community Eco-tourism scheme in Prek Toal Village as well as participating in a tour with Butterfly Tours in Battambang. These handicraft and cottage industries tours are organized by local students who, as well as helping to finance their studies and practice their language skills, also provides training for underprivileged rural youths.

In addition, during free time, guests are encouraged to visit projects such as Artisans Angkor which is involved with the education and welfare of people from poor rural communities, and Phare Ponleu Selpak which supports children, young adults and their families with educational programs and social support.

We avoid any chain or international hotels and all accommodation used on this tour is independently owned by local residents with the exception of the 252 Hotel in Phnom Penh which is owned by long-term European residents of Cambodia. A portion of their profits goes towards funding educational projects for local children and orphanages, providing corresponding information for guests as well as suggesting appropriate donations. All staff members are local residents. Our Siem Reap Hotel has a policy of employing all of its staff members from underprivileged families. The aim is to educate, train and reintegrate young people and orphans from poor backgrounds whose opportunities are otherwise limited by a lack formal education.

Meals are provided in either locally-run restaurants or local-style cafes, market and street stalls. All products are locally sourced and all staff are local residents. The emphasis is also very much on traditional Khmer food which we hope increases an interest and pride in the region’s cuisine.

Additional food products - for takeaway lunches, picnics etc – is deliberately purchased from local bakeries and /or fresh produce markets rather than chain supermarkets.

All transport is locally owned – whether minibuses or boats and tuk-tuks for shorter journeys.

With regards souvenirs our clients are also encouraged to buy directly from fabricants’ houses in the case of our Battambang cottage industries tour and Saray community tourism project or either markets or outlets attached to aid and educational organizations such as Artisans Angkor for example rather than the large, purpose-built souvenir stores.

All guides and most leaders are local, while any foreign leaders employed have lived in the local communities for long periods and are experienced in customs, culture and as much as possible, language. Thus leaders and guides can provide suitable, relevant information for our customers; to help them to gain a wider understanding of our style of tourism that focuses on learning; genuine interaction with the local communities, reciprocity and cultural exchange processes. To be aware of the potential impact of tourism on the local society, culture and environment, and to behave and dress appropriately with a respect and appreciation for local customs, mores and traditions and a respect for the ecology of areas visited. Our guides and leaders thus facilitate communication of our values to both travelers and local communities, educating them in sustainable tourism practices

By explaining our methods and the reasons behind them local agents, guides and hotels are encouraged by us to adopt further responsible tourism practices themselves and guides and drivers are provided with additional training in this respect.

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