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Cambodia Adventure Tours, Holiday Packages, Interesting Itineraries

Our Cambodia Adventure Tours provide day and multi-day adventure, ecotourism, and unique vacation packages & customized tours for singles, families, groups, and corporations to discover the most wondrous of Cambodia. Experience off-the-beaten-track excursions along with the spectacular landscapes and natural wonders of the Mekong River, take away from the stress and commercialism of better-known tourist destinations in the world with a pleasure cruise on a fishing boat at sea, or simply relax in serene villages and remote hill tribes. Discover the allure of Cambodia in the unexpected blend of classical temples and romantic colonial architecture, the colorful cacophony of market streets, the terraced rice fields, and tranquil villages.

Be an active adventurer exploring lost cities, hidden juggles, and flooded forests, and take part in numerous exciting nature activities such as hiking, trekking, biking, rafting, and kayaking. Cambodia vacation is your chance to commune with nature as well as carry out further exploration of the crumbling ruins of the Khmer Empire in harmony with pretty villages atmospherically cloaked in vines. No matter whether you follow in the footsteps of adventurers of yore or plumb the dark depths of the Killing Fields, Cambodia leaves an indelible impression.

Viet Vision Travel and the team always care about your concerns and interests for a memorable travel experience so we constantly renew our package tour to access the best ways for you to discover Cambodia’s prominent landmarks.

Is this Cambodia adventure tour suitable for me?
Travel Style: Active
Tour Type: Hiking, trekking, biking, rafting, and kayaking adventures all around Cambodia
Service Level: Classic
Comfortable tourist-class accommodations with character; the mix of public and private transport.
Physical Rating: 3 – Average
Some tours may include light hiking, biking, rafting, or kayaking in addition to walking.
Trip Type: Families, Single Travelers, Big & Small Groups
Age requirement: Above 12
All travelers under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult during the trips.

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The experience by the excursion from the ancient capital city of Angkor to the modern city of Phnom Penh as well as see and relax at French colonial beach city of Kep.

Cambodia Adventure Tours

Cambodia Adventure Tour – 11 Days

In the Kingdom of Wonder, the Angkor Wat temple complex is the most wondrous of all. In Siem Reap, see the spectacular sunrise over Angkor Wat, and gaze at the over one hundred faces of Bayon smiling back at you. Visit the beautiful temple of Banteay Srei, and explore the old way of life of the inhabitants of the floating village. Journey to the Pre-Angkorian group of temples in Kompong Thom, then see the horrors of the Toul Sleng Museum in Phnom Penh, and then wander through the Royal Palace. You can swim or just relax and take it easy on the quiet beaches of Sihanoukville, and in Kep you will take a trip to your own private island.

This 8 days trip allows us to explore Angkor National Park with the main temples are Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, jungle temple of Ta Promh, Banteay Srei and Banteay Samre. We also have chance to visit Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda as well as proceed to see Ta Tai waterfall and mangrove.

Learn firsthand about the ancient history of the Angkor Empire and the Angkorian kings. Take a trip to Kratie to see the endangered Irrawadi Dolphin. Then venture to Ratanakiri, and visit the hill tribe people at Banlung, see waterfalls, and explore Vansai and Ta Veng. In Phnom Penh visit the Tuol Sleng Museum and explore the dark history of the Khmer Rouge Regime, also see the Royal Palace with the Silver Pagoda, and much more...


Things to do with Cambodia Adventure Tours

Siem Reap - Angkor Wat Complex

As the most attractive destination in the country, no Cambodia adventure tour and excursion can exclude a visit to the Angkor Wat Temple Complex.
Angkor Wat
The temple can be seen as the biggest pyramid in Asia landing on nearly 200 hectares. Angkor Wat is a masterpiece that shows the skill of the Khmer in using sandstone to be the main material to build a durable structure. This temple also reflects the Khmer culture through several images revealing the daily life and people’s beliefs carved on the bas-reliefs scattered around the place.
Bayon Temple
This religious site is famous for its 54 towers and an ocean of over 200 faces of Avalokiteshvara carved into the stone which looks in every direction. Due to being built by King Jayavarman VII, the faces are considered a portrait combined of him and Buddha with gentle smiles. The theory is more strengthened by the location of Bayon Temple is in the center of the old capital Angkor Thom which shows the important position of this temple in the heart of King Jayavarman VII. Moreover, the design is spectacular dividing into 3 levels, the first and second are rectangular while the third has the shape of circular.
Ta Prohm
Deep inside the jungle is the Ta Prohm looked mysterious with trees growing out of the ruins making a shooting film from India Jones the movie. Explore this sacred but photogenic site, get a glimpse of ancient Khmer culture, and remind yourself about the great power of nature.
While Bayon Temple is built following the image of King Jayavarman VII, Ta Prohm is dedicated to his mother. In the past, the temple is a warehouse containing gold, pearls, and valuable silks until the fall of the Khmer empire. After a long time of being swallowed by the jungle, Ta Prohm now is maintained by local people, especially Khmers living in the villages surrounding.
Angkor Thom
The last capital in the period of Khmer ruling the country, Angkor Thom is the second home built for King Jayavarman VII. Surrounded by a massive moat and an eight-meter-high wall, Angkor Thom is nearly inviolable with almost all enemies. Same with Bayon Temple, each gate here includes a tower with the top carved with four huge faces looking in different directions. Take a visit to the causeway lined up by 108 statues – half are gods and half are demons – revealing the Hindu legend of "The Churning of the Ocean of Milk".
Banteay Srei
Different from other religious sites in the Angkor complex, Banteay Srei is not a royal temple, but a Citadel of the Women. Was primarily dedicated to the Hindu God Siva, the citadel is famous for the decoration of floral patterns and women images carved into grained rose-pink sandstone walls. Once again, Khmers showed their skill in transforming raw materials such as stone into beautiful masterpieces.
Phnom Penh
As being the capital of the country, Phnom Penh has many popular places to worth your Cambodia tours
Royal Palace
Formerly home to the Royal family, people come here to admire the gild roofs designed following the classic Khmer architecture. Laying nearby the river, the Royal Palace is infected with a bit of Bangkok culture revealed in the gild roofs with long tails like fingers pointing up to the sky.
The Throne Hall is the most attractive spot in this palace with the 59-meter-high top which you can find the same design in Bayon Temple of Angkor Temple Complex. Although being dramatically destroyed by the Khmer Rouge, the hall now still maintains several valuable items and artifacts. Due to the religious atmosphere here, pants longer than the knee and shirts covering the shoulder are recommended.
Toul Sleng
Almost all Cambodia Tours and Cruises include a visit to Toul Sleng Genocide Museum. Formerly a high school, then turned into a prison under the governance of the Khmer Rouge, Toul Sleng was the biggest torture center in the country where more than 17,000 people including men, women, and even children were tortured and killed.
The museum is covered by a glooming atmosphere with dozens of rooms exhibiting horror photographs showing images of people before and after the cruel torture. The year that taking the pictures were cruelly carved into the prisoner’s chests in the form of number boards. Nearby, the Cheoung Ek killing field is the place where the Khmer Rouge genocides thousands of people, you can learn about the horror story that unfolded years ago. The Memorial Stupa provides an exhibition of more than 8000 skulls behind the glass panels. A visit to Toul Sleng is a bit depressed with the empty school building, sacred playing field next to rusted beds, and torture instruments.
Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
The biggest rescue center in the country provides opportunities to admire several endangered and indigenous animal species. Be saved from private zoos, markets, streets, and hunters, the animals are returned to wildlife under the protection of enthusiastic staff here with abundant food and security.
Being home to more than 100 species, the center is a huge ecosystem. Any step you take can lead to a meeting with different strange animals, especially Chouk the three-legs elephant. Listen to the voice of colorful birds and parrots flying above your head. Swimming is not recommended due to the sudden appearance of crocodiles and water birds such as herons, pelicans, and storks.
Kep – Krong Kep
Instead of bustling life and a crowded city, Kep provides a place to roll deep into nature. This sleepy town is full of seafood and white-sand beaches that suited every family vacation and holiday.
Kep National Park
Kep is a seaside town, but it doesn’t mean that visitors who come here have to eat seafood, lie on the beach, and enjoy the beautiful sunshine. There is another great choice for your Cambodia adventure tour, a visit to Kep National Park. Hit the trails for a strange experience immersed in the lush green jungle surrounding you, take a deep breath enjoying the fresh air that you can feel nowhere else around the world.
Koh Tonsay Island
Too bored with the normal sparkling white sand beach that you can see in any seaside city, Koh Tonsay Island is heaven for you who want to find a new experience and image of the beach.
The beach in Koh Tonsay is full of flotsam and animals such as chickens and wandering cows. Don’t think that is a complicated sight, even be a wasteland, the Koh Tonsay is more likely a natural center with ecological diversity. Enjoy the beautiful scenery provided by lines of coconuts trees and scattered small boats floating on the turquoise swallow water.

Guide for Cambodia Adventure Tours

Cambodia – the land of religious sites and classic Khmer culture – now become a dream destination for many visitors who want to explore the pristine land. To get a perfect experience, Viet Vision Travel provides some important tips below for a better Cambodia Adventure Tour.
Clothes
If your tour included a visit to several temples and religious sites, pants longer than the knee and shirts covering the shoulder is recommended. When hopping on a tour to the nature center, comfortable and thick clothes are suited for walking through the jungle. You also may need pads for the knees and elbows preparing for crawling in tight spaces. Then, a clean set of clothes is also needed before you go home.
Necessary tools
Due to the visit several destinations, you will need some necessary tools. The basic tools recommended are lights, gloves, medicine, a hat, a compass, and a recovery kit to contain all of these items.
There are also some notes. You don’t have to bring the high-power lights, just use the kind enough to explore the jungle. Gloves will need for climbing the rock and small hills, so they do not need to be the manipulated kind. Some medicine you may use such as bandages and insecticide in case of small rubbed, and if you are not familiar with Asia cuisine, the digestive ferment is really useful. Visiting several places under the tropical sunshine can make you catch a fever without a hat. The jungle can be a maze for those who are not used to walking in, the compass is for you in that case. Finally, you can find it difficult for carrying all of these things or even bringing a huge backpack. We would like to recommend a magical recovery kit that you can pack all in one and is easy to carry out.
Regarding water and food, Cambodia Adventure Tours will make you thirsty due to a day of activities. Bringing water along is recommended. Besides, fruits, snacks, and a pack of cookies are also needed in case you are hungry or want to recharge your energy.