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Toronto, ON, Canada


It's the most dangerous country you'll ever visit, because you'll fall in love with it

US Ambassador to Cambodia Joseph Mussomeli


There are few experiences on earth matched by the setting of the sun at Angkor Wat, the famous temple complex in Cambodia, a stunning blend of spirituality and symmetry.  Beyond Angkor, come eye to eye with recent history at the killing fields, discover the glittering spires of the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, enjoy delicious food , mingle with local people, enjoy the lively cafe culture or relax on the beautiful beaches.

When to go

Cambodia can be visited any time of year, but November to April are the dry months and the best time for travelling.  During other months, expect rains, swollen rivers, lush landscapes and few visitors.

Must-See Places

Signature Experiences


Phnom Penh

The capital of Cambodia is a bustling commercial city, but one with an attractive cafe culture and a world-class food scene.  Add in sites such as the Royal Palace and the Killing Fields and you have a city unique in the world.


Angkor Temple Complex

Unmatched on our planet for its size and feeling of mystery, the Temples of Angkor consist of over 1000 temples covering an area of as many square kilometres (370 sq miles).  An experience all of its own, you will need at least two days to get to know the place.


Tonlé Sap 

Whether you are on this massive lake for a few hours or a few days, you will discover a different side of Cambodia as you explore homes and shops perilously perched on stilts in the middle of the lake.



While the town has a nice riverside setting and some laid-back cafes, it is in the surrounding countryside that you will find forgotten temples and timeless villages.



This relaxed town makes for a great base to explore neighbouring villages and nearby Bokor National Park, a haven for wildlife and birds.

Koh Russey and Krabey

Sihanoukville has changed from a lovely beachside town to gambling and industrial  centre and none of the beaches are pleasant anymore.  So you will need to look elsewhere to find your paradise.  For those wanting to stay in Cambodia, try the islands of Koh Russey or Krabey.


Stung Treng

Located in the east of the country, Stung Treng is a good base from which to discover the surrounding area on foot or by kayak.  Paddle through spectacular flooded forests, see Irrawaddy Dolphins and hike up to the famous Sopheak Mitt waterfall.

Bike like a local

Saddle up and follow the highways and byways of this beautiful country.  Cycling is still the transportation of choice for many locals and you and them will delight in each other's company.


Riverside promenade

Join throngs of locals and enjoy an ice cream or some street food as you stroll along the riverside promenade in Phnom Penh.


Village home stay

A home stay in Cambodia is a great way to learn more about local life.  Be welcomed by your hosts, explore the village, markets and roadways and enjoy some delicious food.


Glorious food

Cambodia is well known for its delicious food and nowhere will it be fresher than from a streetside stall. 


Sunset at Angkor

Watch the temples of Angkor light up in the soft light of the evening sun - a photographer's dream.


Get off the beaten track

Take a bicycle or motorbike taxi and explore hidden byways.  Enjoy chatting with the people you meet and see children running after you, acting as if you are the first tourist they have ever seen. 


Cooking class

Accompany a Cambodian chef to the market, shop for fresh ingredients and try your hand at some of the best recipes this country has to offer.  Then, feast on your own creations!


Take a ride on the wild side

Hail a motorbike taxi, hop on the back and hold on for dear life as you speed through traffic en-route to your next destination.


The Killing Fields & Tuol Sleng prison

Not for the faint-of-heart, a visit to the former Khmer Rouge prison and the Killing Fields in Phnom Penh are a must for anyone wanting to understand the recent horrific history of this beautiful country.


Suggested Tours


in Depth


Tour code: GCID


Why we love this trip: our 2-week discovery showing all the highlights of Cambodia


Places visited: Bangkok, Battambang, Siem Reap, Angkor, Mekong River, Phnom Penh, Kampot, Sihanoukville


Signature Experiences: bike like a local, riverside promenade, village home stay, glorious food, sunset at Angkor, get off the beaten track, cooking class, take a ride on the wild side, the Killing Fields & Tuol Sleng prison


Length: 14 days


Accommodation: 13 nights simple Hotels/Guesthouses


Included meals: 9 breakfasts, 2 dinners


Transport: Private van, local bus, cyclo, boat, tuk-tuk, plane


Departures: Set small-group dates and daily private departures


Customizable? Yes, price on request


Price: Small group departures priced from $1399

Mekong Cruise


Tour code: FMCR


Why we love this trip: an 8-day luxury cruise on the Mekong and Tonlé Sap


Places visited: Saigon, Mekong Delta, Phnom Penh, Tonlé Sap, Siem Reap


Signature Experiences: shop at a market, Mekong Delta exploration, street food & pho, village explorations, walks, temple discoveries, cruising in luxury


Length: 8 days


Accommodation: luxury small cruise boat


Included meals: all meals while on cruise


Transport: luxury small cruise vessel


Departures: weekly departures


Customizable? no, but this cruise is the perfect building block to include in your tailored trip of Cambodia and/or Vietnam


Price: $1560 - $2590

Cycle Bangkok to Saigon


Tour code: EMOC


Why we love this trip: saddle up like a local and tour Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam by bicycle


Places visited: Bangkok, Khao Yai, Siem Reap, Angkor, Phnom Penh, Mkong Delta,  Saigon


Signature Experiences: bike like a local, riverside promenade, glorious food, sunset at Angkor, get off the beaten track, take a ride on the wild side, the Killing Fields & Tuol Sleng prison, Mekong Delta village homestay


Length: 14 days


Accommodation: 110 nights comfortable hotels, 2 nights hotels, 1 night guesthouse


Included meals: all breakfasts, 1 dinner


Transport: bicycle, boat, van


Departures: set small-group dates


Customizable? Yes, we can tailor this for groups - price on request


Price: Small group departures priced from $2325

South East Asia Explorer


Tour code: EAOG


Why we love this trip: all the highlights of Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia and a bit of Thailand in a 4-week trip.


Places visited: Bangkok, Chiang Rai, Luang Prabang, Vang Vieng, Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hue, Hoi An, Saigon, Cu Chi tunnels, Mekong Delta, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Angkor


Signature Experiences: sail a junk, travel back in time, shop at a market, bike like a local, street food & pho, cooking class, Vietnam War legacy, tailor-made clothing, beaches, Mekong Delta homestay, Killing Fields, Temples of Angkor


Length: 28 days


Accommodation: 21 nights comfortable hotels, 3 nights hotels, 1 night boat with twin share cabins, 1 night guesthouse, 1 night sleeper train


Included meals: 26 breakfasts, 1 lunch,

2 dinners


Transport: boat, train, van, flight


Departures: set small-group dates


Customizable? Yes - price on request


Price: Small group departures priced from $3740