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A two-week trip to Cambodia offers enough time to get beneath the surface of the country and explore its lesser-known gems along with major highlights. Discover the ruins of the iconic Angkor Wat, the largest temple complex in the world and the masterpiece of Khmer architecture. Learn more about the Cambodian genocide at Tuol Sleng in Phnom Penh and spot Irrawaddy river dolphins as you cruise down the Mekong.
Having soaked up the highlights, head for beaches and nature reserves next. Kep, located in the country’s south, along with Sihanoukville are the premier beach destinations of the country. To the country’s northwest, near Siem Reap, is Phnom Kulen National Park, famous for its waterfalls. Check out our top two recommendations for a 14-day Cambodia itinerary below. These tours last from 14 to 15 days.
|Day 1||Arrive in Phnom Penh|
|Day 2||See the highlights of the capital|
|Day 3||Head for Kampong Cham, located on the Mekong|
|Day 4||Visit the scenic Bousra Waterfall|
|Day 5||Spend a day with elephants in Mondulkiri|
|Day 6||Spot dolphins in Kratie|
|Day 7||See exceptional architecture of Preah Vihear Temple|
|Day 8||Travel to Siem Reap via Kampong Pluk|
|Day 9||Discover Angkor Roluos and Banteay Srei|
|Day 10||Explore Ta Prohm and and other temples|
|Day 11||Soak up the majestic Angkor Wat|
|Day 12||Take a boat to Battambang|
|Day 13||See the highlights of Battambang|
|Day 14||Leave Battambang for Phnom Penh|
|Day 15||Bid farewell to Phnom Penh|
Immerse yourself in the capital city of Phnom Penh before you take the road less traveled to Cambodia’s rural towns. Included in your itinerary are little-known names like Kratie and Mondulkiri. Along the way, you will spend a day with elephants and try spotting dolphins on the Mekong. Also included in this tour is an in-depth exploration of Siem Reap, including the breathtaking ruins of Angkor, considered by many to be the pinnacle of Khmer architecture. We will drive you back to the capital city at the end of this tour. See tour.
|Day 1||Take your first steps in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital|
|Day 2||Discover the best of Phnom Penh during a tour|
|Day 3||Travel to Kratie, spend the night on a Mekong River island|
|Day 4||Explore Koh Trong on your own|
|Day 5||Spot the rare Irrawaddy dolphin in the Mekong|
|Day 6||Discover pre-Angkorian structures of Sambor Preh Kukh, continue to Siem Reap|
|Day 7||Cycle around the Angkor Archeological Park|
|Day 8||See sunrise from Angkor Wat, travel to Tonle Sap|
|Day 9||Discover Banteay Srei and Angkor Thom|
|Day 10||Fly from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh|
|Day 11||Relax in the beach town of Kep|
|Day 12||Explore Kampot|
|Day 13||Kick back in the tropical bliss of Rabbit Island|
|Day 14||Travel from Kep to Phnom Penh|
|Day 15||Bid farewell to Cambodia|
This grand Cambodia adventure starts with an in-depth exploration of Phnom Penh. See the architectural gems of the capital during a guided tour and learn more about the dark history of the Khmer Rouge genocide. Then you are off to Kratie to gain insights into Cambodia’s rural life as you interact with locals and swim in the crystal clear waters of Koh Trong. Next on the itinerary is a temple-hopping tour in Siem Reap where you will get the chance to enjoy sunrise from the iconic Angkor Wat. Kick back in the idyllic coastal towns of Kep and Kampot before it is time to head home. See tour.
As seen in the itineraries provided above, just 14 to 15 days trip to Cambodia is enough to make a memorable tour. If you'd like to plan a similar holiday or something completely different for yoursel, connect with our Travel Experts in Cambodia. For other recommended itineraries and possible trip durations, check out our guide on how long to spend in Cambodia.
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