Angkor Wat tour, 3 days

Enjoy 2 1/2 days at Angkor Wat accompanied by local guides, and travelling by tuc tuc and private vehicles and staying overnight in a choice of accommodation.
Siem Reap Angkor Wat Angkor Thom River of a Thousand Lingas Banteay Srei Tonie Sap Ta Prohm
Price
£400To£810£440excluding flights
Duration
3 Days
Type
Small group
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Late availability on these dates: 01 Jan, 02 Jan, 03 Jan, 04 Jan, 05 Jan, 06 Jan, 07 Jan, 08 Jan, 09 Jan, 10 Jan, 11 Jan, 12 Jan, 13 Jan, 14 Jan, 15 Jan, 16 Jan, 17 Jan, 18 Jan, 19 Jan, 20 Jan, 21 Jan, 22 Jan, 23 Jan, 24 Jan, 25 Jan,...
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Description of Angkor Wat tour, 3 days

If you’re hoping to take an Angkor Wat tour then this three day experience encapsulates the essence of this exceptional creeper-covered complex with an accompanying local guide enabling travellers to learn as they explore.

Any Angkor Wat tour should take at least three days to fully comprehend the extent of the temples and what they mean to the past as well as how local Cambodians benefit today.

The stories of the god-like kings and ancient myths, legends and latter day folklore tales are so absorbing with chances to trek through the surrounding jungle and be invited into a local stilted village, adding to the overall attraction of a guided tour of Angkor Wat.

Notes on accommodation: this three day Angkor Wat tour can be undertaken in basic, original or comfortable styles of accommodation.

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£400To£810£440excluding flights
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Responsible Travel

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

Planet

The very ethos of our style of travel is responsible; small groups on fully escorted tours, experiencing the very best of a region, a culture and a landscape, with a friendly local hand guiding the way. Our itineraries are designed to give our travellers real life experiences without compromising the part of the world we are exploring; to travel responsibly is at the heart of our commitment as a global tour operator.

On this trip you will get the opportunity to see some of the conservation work our foundation supports in action, visiting the Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity; a centre providing a home for animals that have been saved from trafficking.

We ask that all of our travellers journey respectfully not only of local cultures and sensibilities, but also of the environments through which we are visiting. On the jungle trek, please stick to the marked trails and throughout the trip dispose of rubbish carefully, recycling where ever possible (your local guides can help you with this) These are pristine, fragile environments and we encourage all visitors to help us keep them that way.

We also encourage all our travellers to use refillable water bottles alongside purification products rather than purchasing regular supplies of bottled water. The sale of bottled water contributes to an enormous environmental problem around the world. In addition to the water in the bottles, the production of a 1 litre plastic bottle takes 2 litres of water and 200ml of oil. Once discarded a large proportion of these end up in limited landfill or discarded in waterways and natural environments and we believe that their use should be discouraged.

People

This three day short break takes you to some of the lesser visited sites of the Angkor region, along with the biggest draw to the area, the Angkor temple complex. Despite its brevity, this trip is still operated with our basic ethos in mind, working with the concept of low impact and hopefully positive impact tourism. This trip aims to support local businesses; directing money spent back into regional economies rather than towards bigger organisations and tread carefully from an environmental standpoint.

You’ll travel through remote villages, stopping along the way to purchase local delicacies from small vendors and witness Cambodia rural life on a day to day level. You’ll eat lunch both days in small, family run restaurants specialising in traditional Khmer food, and get the opportunity to try a cooking class if you’d like to learn some regional dishes.

Although not accompanied by a tour leader in a traditional sense on a short break trip, you will have local guides with you each day, whether guiding your tour of the Angkor complex or journeying with you to Tonle Sap to visit some of the floating villages. Using locals not only supports economies by creating employment in country, but it also gives you, our traveller some unique insights into the culture and life in Cambodia that you just don’t get from ‘outsiders’. We believe that local knowledge really does go a long way.

We do use some traditional transport on this trip travelling to and from the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Tonle Sap by remonk (Cambodian tuk tuk) with local drivers and our guide, but we mainly travel by private vehicle.

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