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Reveal cambodia by 4 WD

Reveal cambodia by 4 WD 5 days by Mekong Delta Travel

For those who have short time, this tour offers a medium challenge road. A taste of a glorious past in these two magnificent Angkorian complexes, an fantastic opportunity to visit remote villages, the lively provincial capital of Preah Vihear and a chance to gain greater insights in to the borders of Cambodia and the people who live there. . Low exertion with the best comforts possible with adventure travel.


Day 1: Siem Reap – Bakan (L/D)1

Depart Siem Reap and travel to Bakan via Stoung. Numerous stops along the road at small villages and turns in the road. Late afternoon arrival at the crossroads in Ta Seng Village to visit with locals. Travel 5km to visit this massive temple complex of Bakan.  Sleep in a cabana located at Bakan Temple in hammocks accompanied by staff from the temples, a stunning location for a campfire. Alternatively stay possible in a basic family wooden house in the village of Ta Seng. No toilet facilities in either, limited cold shower facilities.  All supplies send from HC base will allow for a fantastic barbeque dinner and breakfast in either location.

Day 2: Ta Seng and Prasat Domri (B/L/D)

Visit the expansive water reservoir or on the other side of Ta Seng and Prasat Domri, the elephant temple. Tour to a number of other temples in the area. Depart Bakan for Tbang Meanchey. Through the small town of Svay and then on the new expansive but dug up road to Tbang Meanchey. Stunning scenery and forested land along this road. Great accommodation and choice of restaurants available in this lively capital town of Preah Vihear province.  Opportunity to explore the market and some interesting local NGO projects.

Day 3: Preah Vihear temple (B/L/D)2

Travel on to Preah Vihear temple. Travel up the steep incline to Preah Vihear at the base of the mountain to the top of Preah Vihear. Overnight in very basic but welcoming guesthouse in the village, at the base of temple on the mountain. Basic accommodation, shared toilet and bucket shower. Best available at this time. Guest’s can explore the temples prior to sunset and again for sunrise, if wished. The small market is a lively location as a result of the new Thai/Khmer border being open for visitors from Thailand once again and the active community that live there .

Day 4: Preah Vihear (B/L/D)

Wander through the small market of Preah Vihear, selling a huge selection of luxury goods. Walk 10 minutes across no mans land and into Thailand to eat a tasty breakfast in a small restaurant. Return to Preah Vihear, pack up and return to base of Preah Vihear Mountain to depart for Anlong Veng. Enjoy an excellent lunch in Anlong Veng town before driving up the escarpment. Pol Pot lived here during his last years and died in his jungle hide out on the mountain in 1998. Tour of the mountain, Pol Pots grave and bunker and the remains of the house he was tried in, visit with local people, dinner and over night in a spectacular mountain camp in comfortable wooden bungalowsMountain camp bungalows in Anlong Veng or guest house  and a local basic guests house in Preah Vihear temple.

Day 5: Preah Vihear – Siem Reap (B/L)

Following a hearty breakfast and a tour of Ta Mok’s Villa in the town of Anlong Veng. Depart for Siem Reap with numerous stops and detours, notably Serai Noi, meaning Little Women, the half waypoint between Anlong and Siem Reap. Back in Siem Reap before sunset and in good time for a celebration dinner and some refreshments.

GroupCost: US$ per pax 1 pax 2 pax 3 – 4 pax 5 – 9 pax 10 – 14 pax



Tour includes

- English Speaking Guide.
- All accommodation
- Meals as indicated in the itinerary.
- All tours & transport by 4WD air conditioned vehicle
- Entrance fees and permits during guided time.

Tour excludes

- Personal travel insurance
- Personal expenses such as Bar, Telephone and Laundry bills.
- Tips and gratuities

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